Love Island’s Chris bottles his tears for Mental Health Awareness Day « Taylor Herring

Love Island’s Chris bottles his tears for Mental Health Awareness Day

Posted on October 10th, 2017 Katie Mallion in brand PR,Charity PR,Consumer PR,Experiential Marketing,Fashion PR,Influencer PR,PR Stunt,Stunt Of The Day.

There were a lot of bemused and confused faces when news broke yesterday that Love Island’s Chris was launching his own range of bottled water infused with his own tears. Standing in nothing but some TOPMAN branded skivvies the minimalistic released images certainly were attention grabbing and only added to the mystery.

Twenty four hours later and the purpose has now become clear armed with a very poignant message at that . This morning Chris along with CALM and TOPMAN announced their combined #DontBottleItUp campaign devised by BMB and W Communications for this year’s World Mental Health Awareness Day. As many people are sadly aware, poor mental health is becoming an ever increasing problem in our society; with men finding it particularly hard to open up about issues they face. According to CALM’s research 84% of UK men say that they bottle up their emotions rather than confiding in others when they are struggling and this, as we have seen time and time again can have fatal consequences.

At the launch event Chris said “Yesterday everyone was shocked that I had literally bottled my emotions in a water bottle infused with my tears and as the L’Eau de Chris name suggested, doing that would have been ludicrous; yet this is what men across the UK are doing every single day. What’s really ludicrous is that suicide is still the single biggest killer of young men in the UK. We live in a culture that encourages men to ‘man up’ and bottle things up. That’s why I’ve become an Ambassador for CALM and why together with TOPMAN we want to show men across the UK that it’s okay to open up instead of bottling it up.”

To raise money for the suicide prevention charity CALM they are auctioning off the limited L’Eau de Chris bottles in conjunction with TOPMAN donating £2 from every pack of TOPMAN boxers sold between now and the 31st October.

Now that will bring a happy tear to any eye.

@gfpvincent91

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