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Elliot Rabinov Sep 9
Replying to @aLayEveryDay
2/2 that aims to normalize speaking about mental health and fund research into making a better future.
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Simon Hall β€οΈβœŒπŸ»πŸ“·πŸ‰β˜• May 23
todays 25 push ups for 25 days raising awareness of thought I'd share as I'm in my SOM teeshirt and it would've been β€πŸ‰βœŒβ˜•πŸ’ͺ
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M a n M a r k i n g P o d c a s t Jun 22
Mark from spoke to us about talking about his and how much easier it was the more he did it.
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Jo Phillips Mar 16
Your courage in being so candid, will encourage and enable others to discuss their own mental health issues, and hopefully access any support they may need. Mental health issues are indiscriminate and we need to remove the stigma. All the best .
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Iwan Williams Jan 24
Just checking in to see the cricket score, great to see getting repped across the world πŸ™Œ they are doing so much fantastic work for such an important cause
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Myerscough Cricket Manchester Mar 11
We are continuing to work in partnership with and enjoy working together. They recently asked our students β€˜How do you look after your own mental health and support your team mates?’ Check out the short video below
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Nathan Ellis Jun 17
Day 7 of 25 pushups a day for 25 days. All to raise awareness of men’s mental health, to help spread the word that’s it ok to talk. my nomination to join in the movement is get them done youngster
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Renegade Station Jun 22
Day 5 of 25 pushups for 25 days for mental health awareness, PTSD, suicide awareness. Thanks for the nomination again of We all know someone, or are ourselves affected... We are here to help.
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πŸ“― Wallasey Cricket Club πŸ“― May 19
Looking forward to our session with on Monday 25th May at 8pm to talk about Mental Health.
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Haslingden CC Dec 12
TONIGHT We are holding an session on at 7:30pm for anyone (not just players or people connected with HCC) interested in attending!
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ManGang UK Jul 3
Thank you so much for helping us spread the word . If this reaches just one man who is suffering then we’ve scored a winning perfect hatrick
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The Elms Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) Mar 30
Thank you for sharing this very useful information πŸ™πŸ» πŸ’™ So keep your eyes πŸ‘€ peeled. Fellas need support too and often feel embarrassed to reach out πŸ™πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ
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Washington CC May 21
Thanks to Mark from for sharing his time with us tonight. Some really useful insights and tips for us moving forward
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Kate Cross May 18
Check in on your mates, make sure they are okay.. especially in such uncertain times. It’s so let’s be there for each other, support each other and be kind to one another.
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Kate Cross Nov 18
Thank you so much to The Blurt Team for sending me this amazing little package πŸ₯° what a great idea , a wonderful way to help people who have/are suffering with mental health
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alby anderson May 12
We are a society that is so quick to a game no matter what team you follow or who your favorite players are we need to get around Jimmy and support him through these tough times.
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Gary Wilson May 13
Had a great cheer squad for today’s The kids have it acrack, but dropped short of the target number of 155, by 145. They then jumped up and kept cheering for me and
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The Elms Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) Sep 9
Tomorrow is World Suicide Prevention Day πŸ’™ Organisations pulling together so that you are NEVER alone πŸ’œ so please reach out for support if you’re struggling πŸ™πŸ»
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πŸ“― Wallasey Cricket Club πŸ“― May 25
Big thanks to for this evenings online session all about getting players together to promote mental wellbeing & suicide prevention through cricket. Very very interesting. Keep up the amazing work you are doing and remember
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Simon Gillard Jun 16
** Mens Health Week ** It’s time to ask! It’s time to talk fellas! Ther ultimate show of and . It is also the first step for change. It’s never to late! Let’s all talk today πŸ‘πŸ’ͺ
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