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Five years and counting.

Five years and counting.

This seems strange writing about myself and my experiences, but if I can help just one person through reliving some of my voyage then this is time well spent.  My influences over the past few years have been through shared stories. Hopefully this can help some of you. Firstly, please...

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Mental Health Matters by James Ellis

Mental Health Matters by James Ellis

  Hello everybody, Firstly, I want to introduce myself, I am James, 36 years old from Stoke on Trent. I have been running for 15 months now. I want tell you my story about my struggles with mental health, hopefully it will not make you sleepy and help you understand...

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It’s ok to talk and get help when you need it!

It’s ok to talk and get help when you need it!

It’s ok to talk and get help when you need it!  I have chosen to take part in miles for mind with my mum, because I have witnessed first-hand the help and support that mind gives to people when they need it the most. My mental health started early last...

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It Always Seems Impossible Until It's Done by Amy

It Always Seems Impossible Until It's Done by Amy

I have signed for #MilesForMind next month because I want to support the work Mind does because I know first-hand how running has massively helped my own mental health.    I've struggled with mental health issues throughout my life from anxiety, stress and depression, on two occasions needing to take anti-depressants. It...

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Running, Running, Running by Rebecca

Running, Running, Running by Rebecca

I have suffered with mental health for quite a few years now and a couple years ago my son was diagnosed with autism. He has demand avoidance traits which means he can be quite volatile. It often feels like we are walking on egg shells to avoid screaming, hitting, demolishing...

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