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Kate Cross 16 Aug 18
Probably the most important interview I have done. I hope people can read this and see that things can and do get better. Please open up and talk, it really does help..
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Matthew Jackson Feb 17
3 years sober today👊🏻 I know what its like to feel like you’ve got nowhere to go but the strongest thing you can do is reach out for help-there’s so much help and support out there if you give it a chance
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Ladd And Towne 17 Jul 18
A few Ladd & Towne users showing support for Opening Up, we fully support all the work these guys are doing in the game
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Welshbird ⚓️ Sep 10
Always here if anyone wants to reach out. Whether you know me or not.
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Tom Flowers Cricket (TFCC) 10 Jul 18
Mental health is very important to us here at TFCC. Our ongoing partnership with allows us to promote this to all cricketers we come into contact with
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Josh Griffin Jul 9
The toughest experience of my life and one that really tested me but talking really helped me out
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dan rowe 18 May 17
Really enjoyed delivering the session to tonight. Great set of lads
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Lea Tahuhu 12 Sep 17
Proud to be supporting mental health is something we can all be better at talking about
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Ed Tattersall 8 Aug 18
A great session tonight with Mark from on the mind and body The lads thoroughly enjoyed it with some key topics raised. Very worthwhile and would recommend very highly to any club or individual wanting to get involved.
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Karl Carver 6 Oct 17
promote mental wellbeing and suicide prevention in cricket.Let’s support this organisation & spread the word
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UCC Sámh Society 6 Apr 16
Fight the stigma surrounding men's mental health. Start talking! @PleaseTalkorg
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Max Holden 19 Dec 17
Very proud to be supporting Mental Wellbeing and Suicide Prevention through Cricket
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EJ Jul 30
Lost 3 close friends in the past couple months to suicide... shits fucked, if you’re dealing with demons don’t be afraid to speak up and seek help from friends and family, people love you, there is a light at the end of the tunnel ❤️❤️❤️
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Freya Davies 7 Jan 18
Proud to support raising awareness for mental health issues and suicide prevention
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Kate Cross Oct 31
Wishing well, health always has to be the priority
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Kate Cross 31 Jul 17
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Matthew Coles 2 Jun 17
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Grace Gibbs 5 May 17
1 in 4 will experience mental health problems in any given year! I'm glad to be supporting 🏏
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Kate Cross 12 Sep 17
Have a listen to and myself talking all this things cricket and mental health 👌🏽
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Tom Cullen Apr 3
Something that will probably affect everyone at some point in their life, Hats off to you for your work in promoting positive well being and mental health for when it goes wrong.
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