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Thursday 15 September, 2011

Thursday 15 September, 2011 is R U OK?Day. It’s a national day of action which aims to prevent suicide by encouraging Australians to connect with someone they care about and help stop little problems turning into big ones.

On that day we want everyone across the country, from all backgrounds and walks of life, to ask family, friends and colleagues: "Are you OK?".

Staying connected with others is crucial to our general health and wellbeing. Feeling isolated or hopeless can contribute to depression and other mental illnesses, which can ultimately result in suicide. Regular, meaningful conversations can protect those we know and love.

It's so simple. In the time it takes to have a coffee, you can start a conversation that could change a life.

its not hard to ask someone if they are ok? A conversation can change a life.

http://www.ruokday.com.au/content/home.aspx

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i'm definitely OK. Thanks for asking :)

 

 

How 'bout the rest of you guys ? Are you all ok? :)

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i was banned from an Aussie forum, just for say my point of view of 9/11,,, i think i will suicide... =( .....

 

LOL iim Ok to ;)

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No, im not ok. Why not? Its confidential; if i tell, ill have to kill u.

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No, im not ok. Why not? Its confidential; if i tell, ill have to kill u.

periodsauce? :P

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periodsauce? :P

 

No, wrong question FYI.

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Thursday 15 September, 2011

 

 

 

Thursday 15 September, 2011 is R U OK?Day. It’s a national day of action which aims to prevent suicide by encouraging Australians to connect with someone they care about and help stop little problems turning into big ones.

 

On that day we want everyone across the country, from all backgrounds and walks of life, to ask family, friends and colleagues: "Are you OK?".

 

Staying connected with others is crucial to our general health and wellbeing. Feeling isolated or hopeless can contribute to depression and other mental illnesses, which can ultimately result in suicide. Regular, meaningful conversations can protect those we know and love.

 

It's so simple. In the time it takes to have a coffee, you can start a conversation that could change a life.

 

its not hard to ask someone if they are ok? A conversation can change a life.

 

 

 

 

 

http://www.ruokday.c...ntent/home.aspx

I'm alright, are you ok?

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