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# Tackle Your Feelings

Last year
'I love West Cork, I love Wexford... I like seeing grass and being out in fresh air'
'It's just me doing my job, but I can see how happy it makes my family'
All time
'It helped me a lot when someone came and asked me how I was' - Carbery
Wexford unveil new away jersey promoting positive mental health campaign
'I’ve seen guys spit at the ref, seen a fella head-butted 60 seconds into a game'
'The guy said, 'There's no way you play for Munster, you can't speak English''
'Missing World Cup was heartbreaking and I didn’t agree with the reasons'
'After the coach spoke, you'd turn into the corner and type your name into Twitter'
'You've dealt with one of the hardest things life can throw at you when you're 14. Nothing can get much harder'
'If you think about it like an iceberg, I only show you what I want you to see'
'At that time in my life, I would have given everything not to play rugby'
Ruddock on track to provide Leinster with boost for Champions Cup quarter-final
Ex-Scotland centre De Luca urges help for rugby players struggling with mental health
'When I get injured I think I can't do this anymore and want to do something else with my life'
'The self-harm was so severe and frequent I'd be in A&E for hours waiting for stitches'
'I was without direction, I guess': Connacht's Jake Heenan on his teenage homelessness
'Not only was I not enjoying being a rugby player, I wasn't enjoying anything I was doing'
'Eventually you start talking, like a gas valve releasing': Jack McGrath on his brother's suicide