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Prince William, Kate Middleton and Prince Harry are launching a film series that encourages people to talk about about their mental health. The series, called #oktosay, showcases real people in the moment they first opened up to someone about their mental health struggles.

The project is a part of their work with Heads Together, a royal campaign that fights to reduce the stigma surrounding mental health and supports young people, the homeless and veterans, who are struggling with their psychological well being.

In one clip, model Adwoa Aboah and her mother discuss her attempted suicide and how she coped with depression and bipolar disorder.

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 In another, former soccer player Rio Ferdinand talks to his business partner and agent about how he dealt with the grief after his wife passed away from breast cancer in 2015.

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This video features actress Ruby Wax and her husband talking about struggling with mental illness and what others can do to help.

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There are currently 12 short films available on the organization’s YouTube page. See them all here.

From: Harper’s BAZAAR US