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27th March 2020 Foundation

Coping with COVID-19 with Graeme Fowler

Durham Cricket are starting video series featuring the Foundation’s Mental Health Ambassador Graeme Fowler, focusing on promoting positive mental wellbeing during the CODIV-19 outbreak.

The videos will highlight vital advice to help all of us look after our mental health in this unprecedented situation and to communicate with one another as best as we can while staying at home.

We will post videos once a week and you can find these on here and on all our social media channels.

Stay at home and stay safe.

VIDEO 7: “Be kind to yourself and be kind to others. Any little gesture can make the world of difference.”

VIDEO 6:”That simple act of kindness made him feel better and made me feel better.”

VIDEO 5: ”We might look back at this and view it as an opportunity of a lifetime. Stay well, stay safe and relax!”‬

VIDEO 4: “Lockdown is making me appreciate what I have.”‬

VIDEO 3: ‘As a family we’ve decided to be more understanding of each other.”

VIDEO 2:“Live in the moment, live in the day and enjoy being who you are and where you are.”

VIDEO 1: “Self-isolation does not mean isolating yourself mentally or emotionally”

 

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