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Every family has a simple message - it's okay not to be okay. On World Mental Health Day, we have called back upon some of the bravest people we have ever interviewed. Back in March this year, EssexLive launched a campaign to raise awareness about speaking up and talking about mental health, especially in men. While the campaign has finished, the important messages of those who spoke to us about losing loved ones or their own struggles remain. Here are the nine stories of families who have spoken up about some of their darkest, most unimaginable times, so that more people know it's okay not to be okay.
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SuicideGirls is an online community -based website that revolves around pin-up photography sets of models known as the Suicide Girls. Most of the site is only accessible to paying members. It offers members access to images provided by models and photographers worldwide, as well as personal profiles, blogging platforms, and the option to join numerous groups based upon different interests. There is also an online merchandise store offering a range of clothing, books, and DVDs.
Amanda Michelle Todd November 27, — October 10,   was a year-old Canadian student and victim of cyberbullying who hanged herself at her home in Port Coquitlam , a city in the province of British Columbia , Canada. Before her death, Todd posted a video on YouTube in which she used a series of flash cards to tell her experience of being blackmailed into exposing her breasts via webcam,  and of being bullied and physically assaulted. The video went viral after her death,  resulting in international media attention. The video has had more than 13 million views as of October