Craig Eddie

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I have always been open and honest about my own struggles with anxiety and mental health.  I find when I talk about it to others, it lifts a large part of the weight that sits on my shoulders. Keeping everything inside and letting things build up is so much harder to carry and causes so much more damage. Honestly, I know how it feels. Don't suffer in silence, it's okay to admit you're not okay. To be able to recognise that and reach out for help is a strength you will only realise once you have done it. It's most definitely NOT a weakness!

 

Nobody should ever feel alone. If you’re feeling low or anxious, talk to your mates. Talking about it is the biggest first step you could ever make, I promise. And keep an eye on your mates too. Reach out to your friends if they seem quiet or off, you’d be surprised at how much of a positive impact you could have on their day, week, year or even life. 

 

I'm proud to support the Scott Martin Foundation. The Scott Martin foundation was founded on the 9th February 2021 by Samantha Merilees following the sudden and tragic passing of her precious son Scott, aged just 16.

Scott was an extremely gifted and promising young boxer as well as a top youth footballer, who spent time on the books of professional clubs such as Scotland BC, Falkirk FC, Hearts and Partick Thistle as well as local clubs Syngenta Juveniles and LK Galaxy.

Scott's own struggle with mental health before his tragic passing on 1st January 2021 has left the family devastated, but determined to bridge the gap so many young people like Scott find themselves facing, and to ensure that some level of support will be offered to sufferers and families while waiting to be seen by a designated clinician or mental health professional.

Their main aims are to raise awareness for youth suicide and mental health and offer education, support, care and focus through exercise, private counselling and therapy. Click here to be taken to the Scott Martin Foundation website.

You are NEVER alone. If you feel you need help, or know someone that might need help, here are some links to people ready to listen:

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