Channel 4, have released a documentary on Wednesday night on Caroline Flack's battle with mental health.
The documentary looks into the life and tragic death of Caroline, which left viewers heartbroken. The documentary tells the story of Caroline Flack's life and the impact that fame, mental health issues, press, and social media had on her.
Viewers took to social media to pay tribute to Caroline...
A lesson has once again been advocated to be careful what you say online and be conscious of what effect your words have on others.
It's good to see so much awareness being raised over mental health and showing that it's ok to talk to people if you're suffering alone. To many of us are left feeling like our problems if shared are a burden on others. This couldn't be further from the truth and there are so many platforms and avenues to take which can help support you through your struggles.
We want to remind everyone how important it is that we continue to spread and live by the important message that Caroline left behind... "In a world where you can be anything...be kind."
Link to the documentary can be found here - Here
Links to organisations that can help:
Available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress, despair or suicidal thoughts.
- 116 123 (free to call from within the UK and Ireland), 24 hours a day
- Email: email@example.com
Mind offers advice, support and information to people experiencing a mental health difficulty and their family and friends. Mind also has a network of local associations in England and Wales to which people can turn for help and assistance.
Lines are open Monday to Friday 9am to 6pm (except bank holidays). More on Mind's Infoline opening hours over Christmas.
- Parents helpline: 0808 802 5544 (Mon-Fri from 9.30am to 4pm, excluding bank holidays)
- YoungMinds Crisis Messenger: text YM to 85258 (available 24/7)