But conversations about mental health don't need to be hard - it could be as simple as asking someone how their day is going.
Making contact with someone else can have a huge impact on how they are feeling.
Why not join us in having a conversation each day around mental health? Let’s Chat indoor resources support talking about mental health, how to have conversations and where to get support are available.
That might include some of the following ideas:
- texting a friend
- checking up on a loved one
- asking someone how they're doing
- hosting a coffee morning
- sharing your 'small wins' with others
Send us your tips about how to start a mental wellbeing conversation, email email@example.com and we'll share your ideas on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Here are a few tips on how to start the conversation:
- show you're willing to listen and talk
- listen, don't judge
- step up and make the move
- be patient
- be supportive
- be yourself
The Samaritans have lots more information about how to support someone you're worried about.
You can also find local and national mental health and wellbeing support.
Learn more on how to have conversations and noticing the signs of poor mental health.