Two-time world champion boxer Carl Frampton embarks on a journey to understand why so many young men in Northern Ireland are struggling with their mental health and how challenging stereotypes can help more men talk openly about how they feel. 

Northern Ireland has a mental health crisis. More men die by suicide in Northern Ireland than any other part of the UK, and in some areas, including where Carl grew up, it has the highest rates of suicide in Europe. 

In this hard-hitting documentary, Carl speaks to experts about the challenges facing young men in Northern Ireland and what support exists for those who do seek help. Carl opens up for the first time about the things that have made him feel angry, isolated and ashamed and meets other young men who are breaking the silence on their own mental health story.

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NB This video contains strong language