A tragic beautician who took her own life following a battle with depression and psychosis 'religiously' read up on suicide online before her death, an inquest heard. Monika Maria Nos, 29, was found hanged in Langworthy Park in Salford, minutes from her flat, in October. The Polish national, who moved to the UK around 10-years-ago, was described as 'positive, open and happy' as a coroner investigated her death. A friend said she didn't realise the extent of Ms Nos' anguish as the tragic details of her final months were laid bare at Bolton Coroners' Court. Some concerns were raised about her transfer between facilities after she was sectioned months before her death, but assistant coroner Rachel Galloway said it was 'clear' Ms Nos was 'acutely unwell' and that she was 'satisfied' she intended to take her own life. The inquest earlier heard Ms Nos, who worked at The Leading Edge Hair and Beauty salons in Hyde and Stockport, was sectioned at Stepping Hill Hospital in January last year, … [Read more...] about Tragedy of beautician who struggled with depression and psychosis battle
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Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Sam Hutchinson has opened up about the dark days that he went through as he felt his football career was over at the age of just 21. Hutchinson was picked out as a future star for Chelsea in his youth but a knee injury forced him to retire before he showed any of his potential. The thought of having that taken from him sent the Londoner into a spiral of depression during which he admits he had ‘some bad thoughts.However, as Wednesday prepare to take on his old club in the FA Cup this weekend, Hutchinson has credited his partner Jennifer for literally dragging him from his bed and helping to eventually relaunch his career in South Yorkshire.A return to Stamford Bridge on Sunday will be a poignant occasion for the 29-year-old."I think it will be like a closure," said Hutchinson."Then it's done. No more injuries, touch wood. It will be a celebration. Fingers crossed we can win."The dark period in his life has been brought to the surface again because … [Read more...] about Sheffield Wednesday: “I was severely depressed. I had some bad thoughts” – Sam Hutchinson on the depression that gripped him after career-threatening injury
WHEN my wife and I divorced, it was a pretty messy business and a lot of bad things were said. I am largely over the worst of it now and happily settled with someone else – as is my ex-wife.I'm really upset though, that the relationship with my children is not as good as it should be. They are now 22 and 24 and I know I put them through a lot.I'm sure they blame me for breaking up the family home because, since they've left home, they've both had a string of failed relationships and my son still refuses to talk to me. He's living in a depressing neighbourhood and people have told me that he looks miserable most of the time. My daughter has a demanding job and works very long hours, so when I do eventually talk to her (which isn't often) she's usually very tired and wants to end the conversation quickly.I hate what the split up has done to my family and, while I wouldn't want to get back together with my ex-wife, I wish I could go back to the way we used to be with my children.It … [Read more...] about Ask Fiona: How can I have a better relationship with my kids after divorce?
0 Have your say Seaham Red Star manager Mark Collingwood has opened up about the positive impact spending time on a Northern League touchline has had on his personal life. Collingwood suffered personal tragedy in May when he lost both of his parents within the space of just over three weeks.Those tragic losses preceded his return to Red Star, a club he took from the brink of relegation in the Wearside League to the top six in Northern League Division One during his first spell in charge between 2014 and 2017.The return to the dugout has brought an escape from off-field issues and Collingwood described the feeling of being in the game again as “like a drug”.“The last year has felt impossible to deal with,” explained the Red Star boss, who originally left the club to join Jarrow Roofing, as it was closer to his parents.“I left Red Star the first time to be closer to my family when it was needed due to illness and since then I lost both … [Read more...] about I was in a dark place, but football has helped me cope with tragedy – Seaham manager Mark Collingwood opens up
Michael Carrick has lifted the lid on the depression that plagued him in the wake of Manchester United's Champions League defeat by Barcelona in 2009, claiming it rendered him 'totally numb' and has never truly left him. The former England midfielder, who now works as part of Jose Mourinho's coaching team, has hidden his turmoil in the decade since United were beaten 2-0 in Rome. The defeat came only a year after Carrick and Co lifted the trophy after overcoming Chelsea in Moscow. But now the midfielder has laid bare his struggles over the past few years - and how that night in Rome affected both his family and footballing life. Michael Carrick has revealed he suffered depression after the Champions League final in 2009 United were beaten 2-0 in Rome and the midfielder was left frustrated by his own performance Carrick has since hung up his boots and is now part of Jose Mourinho's coaching team 'I left Rome but I don't think Rome has ever really left me. When I … [Read more...] about Carrick opens up on depression after Champions League final in 2009