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15 Sep 2017 19:50:14
Lancashire Police have now confirmed that Clarke was found in Liverpool this afternoon and is safe.

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15 Sep 2017 20:07:46
that's a relief, mental illness is so cruel and needs to be so much better understood, good luck Clark

15 Sep 2017 20:25:50
Great news puts things in perspective and a message to all men and women especially us men if you need help ask for help it's not a bad thing to feel under the cosh now and then

15 Sep 2017 21:29:12
I work with adults with mental illness it can be a cruel illness that affects a lot of people. Sadly we all have the capacity to experience poor mental health just needs the trigger to set it off. More understanding from each of us towards people experiencing such issues would help, sometimes just listening to the person helps. Hope Clarke gets the support he needs, one of our own. MOT.

15 Sep 2017 23:17:55
Abdolutely right Mezzer - mental health isn't just case of how you are feeling or experiencing the daily ups and downs like we all do - it's a totally different animal that people have no choice but to experience. We have barely scraped the Barrel when it comes to understanding mental health challenges but we are getting better. With a willingness to learn and understand we will all be better equipped to help and support people with mental health conditions in the future.

16 Sep 2017 08:28:56
Problem is mental health does not have the resources to cope. It is still a bit of a taboo in the media and not enough information is given out like it is for Alzheimers and dementia so people tend to gloss over it when confronted with it. Approaching the issue is hard so most avoid it and talking to some one with mental health takes time and patience which a lot of people today don't seem to have. All the best to Clarke.

16 Sep 2017 11:28:40
Refreshing to hear a lot of guys on here speaking with good knowledge and compassion about mental health. be nice if the wider football community could get involved in some kind of initiative to promote the issue of mental health. Suffers have a stigma to deal with, peoples perceptions, when just taking time to understand or speak with them can breakdown barriers.







 

 

 
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