Staff talk loneliness this Mental Health Awareness Week

RMS is marking Mental Health Awareness Week by starting conversations about loneliness and mental wellbeing.

We want to give loneliness the attention that it deserves, bringing it out from the shadows where it is so often hidden. Loneliness, after all, is a normal part of life.

RMS staff across the organisation shared stories about times we’ve felt lonely to help break the stigma and be part of the movement to tackle loneliness. Sharing experiences sends a powerful message to others. Here’s some of our experiences: