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The cost of living crisis is impacting on the mental health of people from all walks of life, regardless of their age, gender, profession or background.


Life is tough for lots of us at the moment and financial pressures are increasingly the source of anxiety, stress and loneliness.


Many people are uncomfortable talking about money problems – even though eight people in 10 admit to being worried about money, 75 per cent of people haven’t spoken to anyone about how they’re feeling.



A new campaign by the suicide prevention charity CALM – the Campaign Against Living Miserably – and Moneysupermarket aims to break down the awkwardness that exists when it comes to money problems.


CALM’s Money Talks campaign has lots of information, help and advice for anyone  worried about money, as well as an in-depth report looking into this important issue.


To find out more visit the CALM website


Rugby League Cares is also working in partnership with finance experts Mattioli Woods to provide help and advice specifically for the playing community: we have a series of introductory webinars to help guide you.


Mattioli Woods are happy to arrange confidential one-to-one meetings with players and their families: more details available on the webinars.



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"You can only become truly accomplished at something you love.

Don’t make money your goal. Instead, pursue the things you love doing,

and then do them so well that people can’t take their eyes off you"


- Maya Angelou



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