TO MARK World Mental Health Day, students from Milford Haven have been opening up about their feelings.

Sixth form boys have taken part in the I Cry Because movement, started by TV reality star Tommy Mallet.

Last month the 26-year-old Towie actor talked about a period in his life when he was struggling to cope.

He said: "I just sat there and looked at a wall. I couldn't leave the house. I know it was only a few days it happened to me but still. It was scary."

He has now called on other men to "speak up" about their feelings, and prompted an outpouring of similar posts on social media.

Boys from Milford Haven shared their fears and experiences on the school's Facebook page, holding up signs reading 'I cry because... I have lost family to dementia' and 'I cry because... I can't seem to make anyone happy'.

A spokesman for the school said: "World Mental Health Day is a day for global mental health education, awareness and advocacy against social stigma.

"The I Cry Because... movement is raising much needed awareness for a fantastic cause, trying to reduce stigma surrounding mental health issues, and we are very proud of the students that took part."

If you feel like talking to someone, you can visit mental health charity Mind's website at or call 0300 123 3393 between 9am and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

Samaritans offers round-the-clock support for those struggling with their feelings.

Call 116 123 at any time, or visit