Stronger social connections can reduce the risk of suicide. That means more men talking about stuff that really matters. Those conversations don’t always come easy, but we’re here to help.

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Small talk

Being a man of more words isn’t about dialling up the banter. It’s about carving out space for meaningful chats about the bigger stuff in life. From talking about the kids, the bills, a new job or a setback – the right conversation can make all the difference to a man who might be struggling.

If we all dig a little deeper, we can help prevent more men from reaching a crisis point.

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“How and why suicides happen is incredibly complex. What we do know is that helping men establish better social connections can improve their overall wellbeing and reduce the risk of suicide. In our mission to make lasting change and dramatically reduce the rate of male suicide, Movember funds community-based early intervention programs that address mental health through a male lens.”

  • Global Director OF Mental Health and Suicide Prevention, Movember

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Movember Conversations

Movember Conversations gives you practical guidance on how to support the men in your life who might be struggling.


To speak with someone immediately, contact National Suicide Prevention Lifeline on 1-800-273-8255 (1-800-273-TALK), contact Lifeline Crisis Chat or contact National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) on 800-950-6264 or Text NAMI to 741741.

If you're ever worried that someone's life is in immediate danger, call 911 or go directly to emergency services.