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EastEnders works with the Samaritans for storyline Sean Slater mental health



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EastEnders working closely with the Samaritan organization to a new plot that will explore the mental health of Sean Slater.

Sean (Robert Kazinsky) made his return to the area on Friday (26 April), taking Amy Mitchell without permission, which led to a sharp confrontation with the father of Amy Jack Branning (Scott oil) in an episode of Monday (April 29).

After learning that his ex-wife two years Roxy Mitchell died tragically backward, it becomes apparent that Sean contemplating ended his own life. It is linked to the secret that will be released later in the week.

Sean Slater returns to EastEnders

BBC

EastEnders writers and the head of BBC Drama Continued Kate Oates collaborate on site with the Samaritans, a charity dedicated to providing emotional support to those who need it.

"The Return of Sean Slater gives us a unique opportunity to study two different aspects of mental health on the one hand, the results of long-term, untreated depression, as well as on the other hand, a person who has had a lifetime trying to understand the delicate balance of their own mental health – and go on victory, "Oates said today (April 29).

"The story is beautiful and well played by Robert Kazinsky and Gillian Wright, both of which are deeply concerned that the right, causing the debate and make a difference."

Lorna Fraser Media Advice Services Samaritans added that the charity was grateful that the provision of the storyline will relate to the topic of suicide with the appropriate sensitivity.

"The History of Shawn emphasizes the importance of talking about our feelings when we are struggling to cope with the problem," she said. "If you're worried about others you think might be with all the powers that it is good to ask them if they're right.

"For some, this can be a huge relief to know that someone noticed, they can go through difficult times, and they are there to listen."

Jean Slater in EastEnders Sean

BBC

Samaritans can be reached free of charge on any phone on 116 123 and the number will not show up on your phone bill. You can also e-mail or visit jo@samaritans.org www.samaritans.org for more information.

Last week, Kazinsky said he hopes that this subject will resolve any "unanswered questions" viewers could about Sean, because there is no guarantee that it will ever be able to return EastEnders.

"If Sean was gone, there was a lot of unanswered questions and this time I said to Kate," If I do not return, and I will never repeat, Sean, let's not leave any questions unanswered tell all the secrets, ' "he explained.

EastEnders continued on Tuesday (April 30) at 7:30 pm on BBC One.


We invite all who identify themselves with the topics covered in this article to get out. Organizations that can offer support include Samaritan to 116123 (www.samaritans.org), And mind on 0300 123 3393 (www.mind.org.uk). Readers in the United States, it is recommended to apply to the The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or visit The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.


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