Mental health week and video games

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It’s National Mental Health Awareness week in the UK.

And I think it’s important to acknowledge this kind of thing, and more so to promote it so that it gains traction.
​There are a variety of platforms in the UK, some of which are Mind and Samaritans. And I can say that there isn’t something like this in every country. Hell, in some countries, including the one where I’m coming from, people mock you…

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Adrian George Nicolae

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Writer, comedian, improviser, deviser, creative git. And vegan. http://adriangeorgenicolae.weebly.com/

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