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What I'm thinking is: is this something we should know about?Sure, we want to know about it, but does it help him that his problems have just been published?
Having a possible breakdown on the side of a busy M602 is pretty public enough. Gossip would have spread regardless, an official statement gets what needs to be said out in a proper manner.
Yeah, you're probably right. I genuinely don't know the answer, it wasn't a rhetorical question.But you know what I mean, this sort of thing is one of the most sensitive types of personal information, and it's protected for a reason.
hate to say it but the article makes you wonder if it was substance abuse cited as a mental illness out of kindness. either way its bad news, hope he's better soon
Also it's something we should talk about. Keeping mental health issues secret is what makes people feel worse when it happens to them. You never know, this being made public may help a struggling Everton fan go and get help.
Daily Mail mentioning his salary. *sigh*
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