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Monitor your mate's behaviour: are they acting differently or strangely? Watch for the warning signs.
Alert: stay watchful. We all have bad days, however if your mate shows warning signs, they may be at risk of depression or suicide.
Talk to your mate. Ask the question: ''ARE YOU OK?'' The only way to check out if they are OK, is to ask!
Engage with your mate. Encourage them to take action, visit a doctor or call a telephone support line. Offer to get them some assistance. It may be all it takes to keep them safe.
|The Blokes' Book|
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|The Regional Men's Health Initiative|
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