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Mike the Taxi
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Re: Club Morale -Genuine Debate Please
03 February, 2018 15:30
[www.mirror.co.uk] No sympathy for sufferers in sport

 
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Which Tyler (IP Logged)

Re: Club Morale -Genuine Debate Please
03 February, 2018 15:39
Not wanting to give the mirror any clicks, what are they saying?



A man who cannot change his mind, cannot change anything
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Rawce (IP Logged)

Re: Club Morale -Genuine Debate Please
03 February, 2018 15:40
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Belly played on with his psychological issues.
Different people deal with things in different ways.
And? IIRC keeping it quiet nearly crippled him, and it was only opening up towards the end/after the event that gave him any sense of control and rebuilding.

See WTs stats on suicide as to why put up and shut up is dangerous and, from those judging, draconian.


... And Attwood has chosen to admit a psychological problem and seek help, where Bell tried to struggle on manfully.

As someone who has suffered Post Traumatic Stress I can tell you that one of the biggest hurdles is admitting it.
Apologies then, I thought you were being dismissive.

 
Mike the Taxi
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Re: Club Morale -Genuine Debate Please
03 February, 2018 15:50
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Not wanting to give the mirror any clicks, what are they saying?

Basically a story about a footballer being mocked by fans and players for his mental illness.

 
Boldangrey
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Re: Club Morale -Genuine Debate Please
03 February, 2018 16:18
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Rawce
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Boldangrey
Belly played on with his psychological issues.
Different people deal with things in different ways.
And? IIRC keeping it quiet nearly crippled him, and it was only opening up towards the end/after the event that gave him any sense of control and rebuilding.

See WTs stats on suicide as to why put up and shut up is dangerous and, from those judging, draconian.


... And Attwood has chosen to admit a psychological problem and seek help, where Bell tried to struggle on manfully.

As someone who has suffered Post Traumatic Stress I can tell you that one of the biggest hurdles is admitting it.
Apologies then, I thought you were being dismissive.


No offence taken.

I am as baffled as you over the decision, however I believe if psychological problems are openly given then it is very wrong to suggest an ulterior motive.

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