Grad Bites: Let’s Talk About Mental Health (Part II)
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Following on from part 1, student Matt Legg talks about the coping mechanisms that helped his recovery from depression, that he continues to use as effective outlets for stress and for maintaining emotional wellbeing.
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Matt suffered an episode of severe depression, which meant he had to defer his university studies for a year. Now fully recovered and back at uni, he set up the F.C. Not Alone campaign to raise awareness and money (£10k so far!) for mental health charities.
Matt talked to us about his experience, in the hope that it will help other people struggling with anxiety or depression. Find out more about his story, his work with F.C. Not Alone, and his recovery process:
Grad Bites: Let’s Talk about Mental Health (Part I)
Why students are vulnerable to mental health issues, useful resources, and how to help if you are worried about someone
Grad Bites: Recovering from Depression – Matt’s Story
Matt talks about his illness & road to recovery, what he has learned & what helped him most
Grad Bites: Mental Health – Whose Responsibility?
How universities, Government & society could help tackle student mental health problems
Grad Bites: F.C. Not Alone Campaign for Mental Health
Matt talks about the campaign he set up to raise money & awareness for mental health, & the charities it supports
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