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& # 39; This could be one of the most important things we ever do! & # 39; Triple M shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane are pulled out of the sky. Pictured: Lawrence Mooney

& # 39; This could be one of the most important things we ever do! & # 39; Triple M shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane are pulled out of the sky

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Triple M shows in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide are taken out of the air for a day all Monday.

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The drastic decision is to raise awareness for people suffering from psychological problems.

The & # 39; No Talk Day & # 39; will help Beyond Blue, an Australian non-profit organization that supports people suffering from depression and other mental illnesses.

& # 39; This could be one of the most important things we ever do! & # 39; Triple M shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane are pulled out of the sky. Pictured: Lawrence Mooney

& # 39; This could be one of the most important things we ever do! & # 39; Triple M shows in Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane are pulled out of the sky. Pictured: Lawrence Mooney

According to News.com.au, all four states have no breakfast shows, no traffic announcements, no music or advertisements on Monday July 1 between 6 and 6 p.m.

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Instead, the network replaces their normal segments for 12 hours of music.

It should encourage men and women to talk about mental health with family and colleagues.

& # 39; As a network that talks to millions of Aussie men every day, we feel our responsibility to continue to encourage these men to be more aware of not only their own feelings, but those of them around them & # 39 ;, head of Triple M, Mike Fitzpatrick told the outlet.

Participate: A video was shared with the official Triple M Twitter account, which featured a lot of breakfast radio hosts who will participate in spreading awareness about mental health. Among them was Gus Worland and Lawrence Mooney

Participate: A video was shared with the official Triple M Twitter account, which featured a lot of breakfast radio hosts who will participate in spreading awareness about mental health. Among them was Gus Worland and Lawrence Mooney

Participate: A video was shared with the official Triple M Twitter account, which featured a lot of breakfast radio hosts who will participate in spreading awareness about mental health. Among them was Gus Worland and Lawrence Mooney

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& # 39; This can be one of the most important things we ever do, by encouraging our listeners to have a conversation that can save a life. You can't put a number on it, & he added.

A video was shared with the official Triple M Twitter account, which featured a lot of breakfast radio hosts who will participate in spreading awareness about mental health.

Among them was Gus Worland and Lawrence Mooney.

Alarming statistics were repeated in the clip, drawing attention to the fact that 65,000 Australians will commit suicide this year.

They have also revealed that suicide is the biggest killer of men between 18 and 44 years old.

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The caption of the message was: & # 39; Where you would normally listen to us, we want you to start a conversation with someone who is important to you for Triple M & # 39; s No Talk Day. & # 39;

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