One of the biggest stories in soaps right now involves the long standing and much loved Eastenders' character Stacey Branning's experience of postpartum psychosis after the birth of her second child.
Stories like these in soaps are a great opportunity to increase awareness and remove stigma around mental health.
That's why the actors and producers from Eastenders have been working closely with Mind and Bipolar UK to ensure that the story reflects real people's experience of postpartum psychosis.
"We are pleased EastEnders is tackling another important, often misunderstood, mental health problem. Although very rare, postpartum psychosis is an incredibly serious illness that can affect a woman with or without pre-existing mental health problems just after birth."
Read more from Mind's Head of Media, Alison Kerry, in Radio Times.