"I can try to start and feel now every single day I am going to try.
I hope the end is getting closer now.
I have the support of JourneyMEN to thank for getting to where I am presently.
They are the ones that understand these words and the tears I shed
Walk and talk, casting the line and that chance to reflect.
The laughs, jokes and banter, they give it all to help change for the better.
Lifting me from rock bottom and showing me the way forward
Simple text to a long phone call - Its never a bother.
Treating me and others just like a son, friend and brother" -
"As a man I tend to bottle things up, all men think they are like, “John Wayne” and we can't show our emotions. When men are abused they tend not to talk about it." - anonymous
"Its great to see that there is now help on the Wirral for men who need both practical and emotional support to enable them to get on with their lives." -anonymous
"Being involved with JourneyMEN is helping me address my problems. I now know its, ok not to be ok." - anonymous
"When I was at my lowest I went to JourneyMEN as I needed help. I was feeling worthless and suicidal after experiencing domestic abuse and violence for many years." - anonymous
"I still think the best support I have had has been from Journeymen, and I want to keep in touch...." - anonymous
"Counselling here, keeps me on an even keel. People tell me I have changed, and I am no longer the angry man I was...." - anonymous
"I have worked 24 years in care and JourneyMEN is the best organisation I have ever seen. What you have achieved in less than 12 months is frankly remarkable" - Paul Kros
Rob explains why he comes to the 'Walk & Talk'.
Ben explains why he comes to the 'Walk & Talk'.
Stephen explains why he comes to the 'Walk & Talk'.
Caseworker, Des Turnbull, explains how and why he became involved with JourneyMEN.