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Walking Out of Darkness is for Everyone

Mental health awareness week means different things to different people and organisations. For Kenny Johnston, it’s an opportunity to show the stigma can be overcome and inspire people suffering in silence.

Four years and half years ago, Kenny was focused on one thing; ending his life from the mental illness nightmare he was enduring due to depression. He woke up on Tuesday October 12th determined to end his life and after two attempts, he realised it wasn’t meant to be. As he lay alone on the floor in his shed he decided that this was the lowest point of his life and he never was going to allow himself or anyone else he knew to enter the place where suicide became the only option.

On Saturday 16th May, CLASP Charity hosts their 2nd ‘Walking out of Darkness’ event to end the stigma surrounding mental health and increase suicide prevention. The 10 mile walk takes place during ‘Mental Health Awareness Week’ to inspire people across the country and open...

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