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her big break-through. During the course of the world CUP in France, beating Madelen Janogy with a goal in the first leg.

When the Swedish national team a couple of weeks later France came out with a bronze medal under his belt.

Janogy has continued to impress for the national team during the european CHAMPIONSHIP qualifiers, and the club Piteå, sweden, she was in the ground. And at the end of the year came the news: Anfallsstjärnan was done for the German club Wolfsburg.

For a little over a month ago Madelen Janogy in front of me, here in Stockholm, and the tears flowed, and she had a hard time finding the words.

But she had made up her mind to tell them about the nightmare she is going through.

The 24-year-old soccer star has been mentally ill for a long period of time, and now had the strength, she no longer exists. Madelen Janogy've been taking a break from football to focus on his health.

For a couple of weeks ago, joined Centrally to the back of Anna Kelly, 24, out of and told them about his mental illness in an interview with the Two.

”I felt I was worthless, and then looked at myself in a very abusive way,” says Kelly in the interview.

And now, today, to Robin Soderling, 35,, in Summer, in the P1. One of the most successful tennis player of recent times, tells for the first time about the darkness that he went through.

”I was afraid. I started to cry. I just cried and cried. I went back to the hotel and went to bed in my bed, and every time I would go out on the tennis court, I got the jitters. Then, for the first time, I knew how much I would like this, but it is not. Don't even know if I had a gun to my head, would I be able to go out on the course,” said He, in his sommarprat.

today, feel He is better, he's got the distance, to the tough time he went through it and says that it is easier to talk about mental health issues.

extremely, the courage
Madelen Janogy, Anna, Kelly, and Robin Soderling are the three English athletes, which is only in the last few months, have gone public and talked about their mental health problems.

Many people have done it before, but even more people or can never be.

it also requires a tremendously for the courage to tell you about a different side than the one we're used to seeing. The successes, the victories and the titles of stadiums.

as athletes, we really would very much like to show off, and like the rest of us would love to be a part of it.

But the stories about the darkness is just as important.

Secondly, in order to bring the sport to take on even greater responsibilities, because although the mental health and well-being of the athletes.

But also so that they can do, such as famous sports stars, in some way, through her celebrity status to get us to realize that mental illness can strike anyone at any time, it is a great victory.

It's also often the thing that makes them, to me, to be able to help someone else in the same situation. < / span> < / span> < / span>

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a : you should always have suicidal thoughts or plans seriously. Keep the peace, but to take action.

the Talking and have the courage to listen to it. Express your concerns and ask questions. To give a concrete example of why you think it is, there is a risk of suicide. To show compassion and to never judge. However, vidhåll that everyone has a personal responsibility for their own actions.

A suicidal person needs to find a mental health at a time. Please call 112 or go to an emergency room. If possible, do not leave the person alone.

it is often impulshandlingar. Suicidal people are often ambivalent in the end. It's going to affect them. To emphasize that it is possible to get some help and that things will get better.

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a : 116 111, www.bris.se.

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source: the mind.see the and for www.spesistockholm.se.

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