Today is the first ever Time to Talk Day and we are trying to get people talking about mental health.
The campaign aims to show that small things can make a big difference….and today over 1,000 activities are taking place up and down the country to get people talking about mental health. There are a number of activities open to the public, so if you have some spare time today, check out what public activities are happening near you.
If you can’t get to an activity, then there are still lots of ways you can get involved and it’s not too late to think about how you can have a conversation. Why don’t you invite a friend to join you in the Old School Cafe for a brew and some cake? There are also a number of resources available for you to download and you can Tweet and post a status about Time to Talk Day on 6 February using the suggested copy by time to change, and get the word out that it’s Time to Talk!
Take the Conversational Challenge
Time to Change are running a Conversational Challenge on their Facebook and Twitter accounts where they’ll be setting a number of small challenges throughout the day and will ask you to record how many conversations you had, which will all count towards their target of a million conversations….why don’t you have a conversation TODAY?