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Seeing A Way Through

Seeing A Way Through

I’ve read loads of examples of how people have coped and recovered from mental health issues. It occurred to me that I generally only tell my story face to face with people. I’ve been thinking it could help others who are going through something similar to know that there is...

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The return Of My Runners High by Ben

The return Of My Runners High by Ben

I was overwhelmed by some of the comments and messages following my first blog.  To think that my experiences could help someone in the way so many articles helped me is humbling and makes the admission purposeful.   In hindsight, my spiral to depression was fairly 'textbook', if there is...

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Time To Go For That Run by Mark

Time To Go For That Run by Mark

Personally, this is my first year taking part as my usual running calendar comprises of a goal marathon in the April and the thought of running 3 figure mileage in May isn’t normally too far up the priority list, but this year is different. Covid-19 has stripped us of all...

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Miles For Mind by Louise

Miles For Mind by Louise

It’s somewhat ironic that I’m taking part in an event that uses running to promote mental health when running has played such a complex – and, at times, detrimental – role in my own. I was, and am, a goal-chaser. I had fixed ideas about the times I wanted to...

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Running Excites Me by Gabrielle

Running Excites Me by Gabrielle

My deafness has been a big contribution to my mental health. When I was a child aged 5 to 16, I did different sports every week such as swimming, tennis, horse riding and skiing with a local deaf group of children I grew up with. My mental health was healthy...

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