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Matt Cecchin had made bigger decisions in his career, bigger mistakes in bigger matches too, but something in his mind changed and he no longer wanted to be a referee.read more
NRL champion Nathan Hindmarsh urges fathers & sons to start the mental health conversation.read more
Former NRL star Reni Maitua has a simple, yet powerful message for anyone wanting to open up about mental struggles; it's not weak to speak.read more
The NRL has launched the second in a series of community campaigns, highlighting the power for change that NRL players, referees and clubs are delivering to promote positive mental wellbeing amongst communities.read more
The NRL State of Mind program aims to encourage players, clubs and communities to speak up and seek help if they are experiencing any form of difficulty or difference in their mood.read more
NRL State of Mind ambassadors Darius Boyd, Dane Gagai and Michael Morgan, were joined by their Queensland Origin teammates yesterday to announce close to $1 million worth of funding in Queensland for the NRL’s State of Mind program.read more
in 2 people fight mental illness at some point if their life. Listen for the signs.read more
St George Illawarra Dragons and NRL Indigenous All Stars player Joel Thompson has leant his support to the headspace Yarn Safe campaign, encouraging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to seek help if they’ve got a lot going on.read more
The NRL today announced the NRL State of Mind ambassadors for 2016,read more
Speaking at an event for World Suicide Prevention Day on Thursday, Lawrence said the AFL star was courageous for admitting he has a mental health condition.read more
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