We are going further than ‘it’s okay not to be okay’. We are creating a movement where men can be vulnerable, address our mental health and then take up the responsibility to do something about it, to go find meaning and purpose within our lives.
Mental health impacts how we all interact, how we listen to and deal with each other, how we give and receive feedback. It is the basis from which we perceive life and how we capitalise on the good times as well as the bad. It is time to pay attention to it.