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  • “I need to talk to you about how I’m feeling. I experienced homophobic abuse and I can’t stop thinking about it.”

  • “I need to talk – I’ve been struggling with my mental health because i’m questioning my sexuality, and I’ve been feeling very anxious.”

  • “You might have noticed i’ve not been around so much lately. I’ve been finding things difficult, and think I need some help.”

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  • Suzi Ruffell

    "Talking about my own mental health has been something that has helped me and I know from tweets, messages and people sticking around after the show, it has helped others too. After meeting the CALM team I knew it was something I wanted to be part of and as a LGBT person (where suicide and self harm rates are higher than average) I am very excited to be involved."

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