One day a year to focus on mental health, and this year specifically on suicide.
Mental illness is still the subject of stigma and poor understanding, and it can be really difficult of those affected, and those who care, to negotuiate a path through the experience. That trauma, bereavement, child-birth, hormonal changes and major physical illnesses can all impact mental health and wellbeing further complicates amtters and comments/campaigns such as "I wish I had cancer" are really not at all helpful - comparing conditions that 'mine is worse than yours' is so unhelpful.
A decade ago, soon after I arrived in Glasgow, two young girls committed suicide, jumping from the Erskine Bridge. That memory stays with with me, a reminder of the fragility of life and that, but for the grace of God, there go any of us.