See Me, the Scottish mental health awareness group, is launching a series of poster and TV ads that aim to show how the stigma of mental health can affect relationships. The campaign is running throughout Scottish Mental Health Week (6-10 October) and make the point that people with mental health problems are often afraid to confide in friends and family for fear of their reaction. The new advertising, devised by Citigate Smarts, follows on from See Me's 'I'm a person not a label' launch campaign in October 2002. See Me is an alliance of five Scottish mental health charities: Penumbra, Scottish Association for Mental Health, Highland Users Group, National Schizophrenia Fellowship Scotland and the Scottish Division of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. It aims to eliminate discrimination against people with mental health problems.

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