For this year’s Weez Week, we encourage you to Be the One to take action to help prevent youth suicide.
A fundraising family friendly virtual challenge organized by the Weez Project and their charity partner, KELY Support Group.
Reflections and advice from a man experiencing suicidal thoughts and how he chose to stay alive. Relevant for all ages. https://www.today.com/health/mind-body/suicide-prevention-advice-rcna82635
Prevention should extend to people, practices, teaching methodologies, curriculum and policies.
Our Silent Emergency is a powerful documentary by Roman Kemp on the loss of his best friend to suicide.
Artist Stern Rockwell today started work on a new piece of street art in support of Weez Week Hong Kong.
As reported by the SCMP, calls to suicide prevention hotlines and contact with online mental health support services are rising amongst young people affected by heightening levels of distress…
In an article for Ariana Magazine, Ann writes about losing her son, Jamie, and the recent Talk, Listen Care campaign to encourage people to talk about feelings…
Feelings can overwhelm you, like a tsunami. Plan ahead and set up an early warning system and an escape route so you know what to do if you feel your emotions worsen.
May is mental health awareness month. The Weez Wall was painted to raise awareness about and challenge the stigma of youth mental health. Its messages of hope, positivity and support remind us to be aware of our own and others’ feelings. Be sure to Talk, Listen and Care to safeguard your mental well-being and that […]
Thinking things through thoroughly helps resolve problems. Or does it? Sure, think before you act. But dwelling for too long or too deeply can be counter productive, losing perspective. Be aware of overthinking. Stop, take a break and let your mind rest before you come back to what’s on your mind.
We all know about social distancing as we combat Covid-19, and strive to keep the requisite 2m away from others. Language is important. What we’re actually doing is physical distancing. Great! While we keep apart physically, it’s important to continue to be socially connected. We need human contact now as much as ever, if not […]