Mental Health Awareness Week

This famous sports star was “plagued” by recurring nightmares about her colleague

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Megan Murray
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  • Fearne Cotton
    People

    Fearne Cotton on what not to say to a friend with mental health problems

  • Nadiya Hussain's new show Nadiya: Anxiety and Me will explore mental health and treatment.
    People

    Nadiya Hussain opens up about her panic disorder in new BBC show

  • People

    Jameela Jamil responds to special “honour” from Meghan and Harry

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