Wray says he told him to come to their next meeting and that they'd take it from there.
It was initially thought the group would meet weekly, anerdeen because so many people want tothere's set to be two meetings a week. Wray tells Newsbeat the man has been in touch a lot, and will eventually see his GP about what he's going through. Published 23 June Are you a private client?
In order to quickly respond to your request, we kindly ask you to select what the nature of your request is. A husband and dad-of-two reportedly reached aberdeeb to Man Chat Aberdeen on Facebook last Saturday saying he'd been having suicidal thoughts. Are you a corporate client?
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Published 17 June And while the group may have already helped one man, Wray can see it's helping others too. I think sometimes for men it's just vocalising it and admitting you've got a problem that's half the battle. Are you a press representative?
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Contact In order to quickly respond to your request, we kindly ask you to select what the nature of your request is. People started saying 'this is great, this is the sort of thing we need' More on this story. Let's make a sort of preventative group.
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Aberdesn that's exactly what the first person to message the group - described by Wray as "like Alcoholics Anonymous for people who've got mental health problems" - allegedly needed. Official NHS figures show the of suicides in Scotland increased by 15 per cent last year.
He tells Radio 1 Newsbeat he abegdeen asking for any guys who were "feeling a bit down" to get in touch. Wray claims the man felt better after talking about his feelings and has since stayed in touch.
Suicide prevention Mental health Aberdeen. The year-old comedian says the next step is applying for charity status and making guys realise they can open up.
The group had been started by Scottish stand-up comedian Wray Thomson just hours earlier. More than people already like Man Chat Aberdeen on Facebook, despite Wray publishing the group's first post less than seven days ago.