Good on him. Brave and important work. (He’s really cute as well!)
As a Samaritan, I am compelled to notify the editor that Samaritans to not take sides and we do not attempt to prevent suicide. We do not guilt people or tell them not to, quite the contrary, we listen, we help you to mull over your thoughts, to reflect, not to advise. Samaritans believe in selfdetermination and at the end of the day it’s an individuals choice. At Samaritans, we just care, and we hope that by talking to us, and by having someone to talk to that’s not going to tell you “stop being selfish,” or whatever a family member or friend might. We’re just here for you and will support you in any discion you make.
Really good on him I say.
This is a cause really close to my heart. To feel so down, depressed and …alone is one of the worst things.
Been there also…
Well done Nigel.
Living in tne same Welsh village as Nigel and knowing him confirms his support for the Samaritans campaign is again an impulse from his humanity, compassion and courage in making it ok for men to be vulnerable and seek help. Pob hwyl Nigel gwelloch ti eto /All the best Nigel see you later. Keith Evans