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#InMyShoes - World Mental Health Day 2018

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#InMyShoes - World Mental Health Day 2018
Celebrity supporters of SANE have joined a social media campaign for World Mental Health Day 2018, asking people to take a moment to put themselves in somebody else’s shoes. 

#InMyShoes features former England international footballer Stan Collymore, Team GB sprinter Ashleigh Nelson, professional dancer Robin Windsor and TV gardener David Domoney, as they discuss the importance of talking about mental health and seeking support early.

The message of #InMyShoes, which has been created by SANE and video production company Mornington Media, is of putting yourself in the shoes of other people and thereby understanding that anyone, regardless of age, wealth or fame, can be impacted by mental ill-health.

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