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Celebrate Mental Health Day with ‘Ajuda’ • Introbiz

MHW Online presents Talking Mental Health Conference, providing you with 2 days of information and inspiration on all things mental health!

Following the fantastic success of our online events to motivate individuals during COVID-19, the MHW Online team have created an exciting online conference taking place over the week of World Mental Health Day!

The goal of World Mental Health Day is to help raise mental health awareness. Each of us can make a contribution to ensure that people dealing with problems concerning mental health can live better lives with dignity.

Every year one adult in four, along with one child in ten, will have a mental health issue. These conditions can profoundly affect literally millions of lives, affecting the capability of these individuals to make it through the day, to sustain relationships, and to maintain work.

The stigma attached to mental health causes a damaging, albeit ill-informed, attitude, making it more difficult for those affected to pursue help. According to UK estimates, only about one-fourth of those with mental health problems undergo ongoing treatment. By stark contrast, the vast majority of those affected with these problems are faced with a variety of issues, ranging from isolation to uncertainty on where to get help or information, to relying on the informal support of family, friends or colleagues.

The best way to deal with this stigma is through facts and a better understanding of mental health problems. From identifying the causes, pinpointing solutions, and ultimately recognising that we are really dealing with medical issues. 

So what can we do to help?
Talking Mental Health is a National Conference that will be taking place to help people understand and recognise poor Mental Health and to make a difference.

We will have a range of key note speakers, talking about their own personal journeys with Mental Health Conditions, and sharing their recovery stories. 

What is happening on the day?
KeyNote Speakers

Day of Inspiration 

Free Resources

Expert Knowledge

Professional Advice

Success Stories

Supported by Ajuda Training
SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE

Please get in touch with events@ajuda.org.uk or book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/talking-mental-health-online-conference-adult-youth-mhw-online-tickets-113602953492?aff=Mailchimp

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Introbiz Online Networking Event With Serial Entrepreneur and Business Coach, Lisa Johnson as well as Launch of the Introbiz Global Summit – #Introbiz

Introbiz Online Networking Event With Serial Entrepreneur and Business Coach, Lisa Johnson • Introbiz
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Deontay Wilder sends message to Anthony Joshua over unification fight hours before Tyson Fury rematch

Deontay Wilder sends message to Anthony Joshua over unification fight hours before Tyson Fury rematch

Wilder is fed up with Joshua (Picture: Getty)

Deontay Wilder hit out at Anthony Joshua on the eve of his showdown with Tyson Fury in Las Vegas.The WBC champion’s highly anticipated rematch with Fury is being billed as the unofficial clash to become the No.1 heavyweight in the division.

Joshua has insisted he wants to make an offer to the winner to stage an undisputed unification fight before the end of the year, but Wilder slammed his British rival for ducking him.‘Stop running from AJ?

I ain’t even going to comment on that on,’ Wilder said on Instagram on Friday night.‘Dude ain’t even talked about over here anymore. He’s off in the wind right now. As he should. He don’t want to fight nobody, bro.‘A lot of people ask me why haven’t I unified? It’s a simple question to ask, let’s think about it.Joshua wants to fight the winner of Fury vs Wilder (Picture: Getty)‘It’s easy, because I haven’t got the opportunity. All the other guys that had belts, what they do?‘They run somewhere else.

They run to an easy opponent. They won’t risk it.‘When you’ve got a guy with power in the heavyweight division and the division is based off power, I’m going to be the guy they least want to fight.Fight fans are struggling to pick a winner (Picture: Getty)‘They’re going to be a lot jugheads that call my name our, but they ain’t trying to fight me.’While Wilder is fed up with Joshua, the three-belt world champion is backing Fury to come out victorious in the rematch.‘I think Fury wins,’ Joshua predicted. ‘A man who nearly done it the first time won’t get it wrong the second time.’

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Tyson Fury confirms he sustained injury at start of training camp ahead of Deontay Wilder rematch 🇬🇧🥊📰

Tyson Fury V Deontay Wilder update…

Tyson Fury confirms he sustained injury at start of training camp ahead of Deontay Wilder rematch

The Gypsy King is adamant his leg problems will not affect him on Saturday night.

Tyson Fury has confirmed that he did suffer an injury at the start of his training camp ahead of facing Deontay Wilder but insists it will not impact him on fight night.

The Gypsy King takes on WBC heavyweight champion Wilder at the MGM Grand on Saturday night in Las Vegas, though the build-up has been plagued by rumours of issues in Fury’s training camp.

Anthony Joshua’s promoter, Eddie Hearn, claimed he had ‘heard a few things in the camp’ that had prompted him to change his prediction for the fight from Fury to Wilder.

Wilder and Fury clashed at their press conference on Wednesday evening (Picture: Reuters)

While the lineal champ has rubbished the speculation, calling Hearn a ‘w*nker’, he has confirmed that he picked up an injury at the start of his camp – which might have been the issue Hearn had alluded to.

Fury was spotted with what appeared to be a limp when he attended Conor McGregor’s UFC fight against Cowboy Cerrone on January 18, and while he did hurt his legs he is adamant it is not a major problem.

Asked about the rumours that he had picked up an injury during his camp, Fury told reporters: ‘Unfortunately I hurt both legs, and both ankles, in the training camp.

‘But it’s not going to affect me in the fight because that was at the beginning of camp. It was an unnecessary accident, but, you know, things happen.’

— Read more on metro.co.uk/2020/02/20/tyson-fury-injury-deontay-wilder-12274840/

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