Breathe is a series exploring the emotions, facts and experiences of everyday Malaysians who are wanting to end their own lives. The intention of documenting this is to bring light and understanding to this taboo topic of suicide.
We want to be able to find a way to get people to keep “breathing” and calm down before they go to the lengths of intentionally causing their own death. Our motivation is to help young people see that their lives are precious. No matter how dark the circumstances are, there is always light at the end of the tunnel – there is always hope.
“Self-Help” (Episode 06)
In the face of mental illness, many posed this important question: Is self-help possible? On this episode finale of Breathe Season 1, our guests share
“Faith” (Episode 05)
There are times when we may come to our wits’ end, where we believe that nothing on earth seems to be in our favour; a position we are so convinced
“Mental Health” (Episode 04)
Mental illness refers to a wide range of mental health conditions — disorders that affect your mood, thinking and behavior. It’s one of the m
“Family” (Episode 03)
For most people, our initial exposure to societal relationships is with our immediate families. They are vital in moulding our character and can eithe
“Friends” (Episode 02)
Growing up, the circle of friends you keep can either make or break you. Negative peer influence and bullying among peers has been known to be one of
“My sister, Lynette” (Episode 01)
Kenneth recounts the life his sister lived and the experiences that they had growing up in a broken family. He has fond memories of his sister, he sha
“Let’s Change the Game” (Prologue)
Breathe: Self-harm is a series exploring the emotions, facts and experiences of everyday Malaysians who are wanting to end their own lives. The intent
Breathe: Suicide Prevention – Trailer #2
Breathe: Suicide Prevention is a series exploring the emotions, facts and experiences of everyday Malaysians who are wanting to end their own lives. T
Breathe: Why Breathe?
“Lynette was my best friend. We grew up without really knowing our parents. Dad was on drugs and alcohol for most of his life and I never knew m