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Georgie’s tips for helping your colleagues with their mental health at work

Georgie is a great friend of Heads Together, and a Blue Light Champion for Mind. Here, she gives us some tips on supporting our colleagues at work: Once Christmas and the New Year festivities are out of the way, the reality of starting a new year and going back to work soon kicks in. The…

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Jon Salmon – 4 things I wish I’d known before running the London Marathon

As a very proud #TeamHeadsTogether runner at last year’s Virgin London Marathon I have been asked to share a few tips and hopefully some last minute reassurance. Running the London Marathon for Heads Together and Best Beginnings was a life-changing experience for me. From the training, fundraising and talking about mental health it really was…

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Tammi is running the London Marathon to get people talking about their mental health

    My name is Tamara but everyone calls me Tammi. I am 39 years old and I live in Leicester with my husband and my daughter. I’d always been a confident individual but with self-doubt always niggling away on the inside, never feeling good enough for one reason or another. Just over 12 years…

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Abbie is running the marathon to raise awareness of anorexia and show that everyone is able to recover

I’ve always loved to express myself and help other people. To me there is no better feeling than making someone else happy or giving them comfort that they’re not alone, especially when it comes to mental health. This being the reason I decided to run for Heads Together. For a very long time I lost…

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Michelle is running the London Marathon to highlight the pressure and struggles she faced in her Performing Arts Career.

Having suffered with depression from a young age, I found dance and sport an excellent outlet to express my feelings, and channel it into creativity, enabling me to express myself through movement. I had worked for many years working to reach my full potential as a dancer and prepare myself for working professionally in the…

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