Mark Hudson on why it’s ok to talk
- Special issue highlights the work of local mental health charities
- Mark Hudson discusses his own experience
- 84-pages of exclusive interviews and content for just £3.50
Today’s match day programme ‘The Terrier’ is a special edition to raise awareness of mental health!
The copy for the game against Leeds United focuses on mental health awareness. We look in depth at Andy’s Man Club and how they are trying to break through the stigma of mental health around men.
Sticking with the theme, the programme also provides further details of local mental health charities. These details include how to get in touch with these charities if you need to talk to somebody, there will be a phone number and a website so that more information can be easily accessed when needed.
Elsewhere in ‘The Terrier’, hear from Mark Hudson about his personal struggle with mental health with his family in the past.
Mark told us how important it is to talk, because of the effect not doing so can have on your life. He also focuses on his own struggle and how it affected his social life.
“Other than that, no-one else knew.
“I hugely struggled at the very beginning and through that season I really struggled, it was a big problem and I felt I couldn’t go into social situations.”
Alongside all of this, you can get all the information on Leeds United, with articles about which of their players you should look out for, and Head Coach Marcelo Bielsa’s background.
You can get your hands on all of these features in today’s match day programme, which can be bought from the John Smith’s Stadium and the Club Shop, available at £3.50!
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