Bryony Gordon


Heads Together
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and Prince Harry are spearheading a new campaign, Heads Together, to end stigma around mental health. Heads Together is working to help people find the mental health support they need, when they need it. By raising money for Heads Together you will support us to develop innovative projects, bringing together the exceptional skills and expertise of our partner charities and others, to get more help to more people
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Hello, my name is Bryony and I have had OCD since the age of 12. I am now 36. In the intervening years I have also suffered from eating disorders and depression. But if you really want proof that I'm mental, then look no further than the fact I am doing the London Marathon. It's going to be very hard. But running/walking/crawling 26.2 miles can't be any harder than not being able to move at all because of the crushing weight of depression on your chest. So: LET'S DO THIS! And thank you so so much for sponsoring me. The work that Heads Together is doing to tackle the stigma around mental health is, quite frankly, awesome. As are you. xx

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28.03.17 Proud friend

27.03.17 Keep up the good work.

26.03.17 Good luck for the marathon.

26.03.17 You are a real inspiration, and running for an amazing charity. All the best for your big day.

26.03.17 Go Bryony! Think you're amazing and really admire your spirit and determination. Loads of luck.



22.03.17 Huge respect to you. Good luck.

22.03.17 Very, very best of luck - what a brilliant thing to be doing.

21.03.17 Keep going Bryony! - we are all behind you. My 14 year old grandson suffers from OCD, anxiety and a phobia - anything you do to bring awareness of these problems is wonderful.

20.03.17 In memory of my cousin who committed suicide in February run Bryony run.

19.03.17 Very best of luck, Bryony. Keep your newspaper columns coming as well they are just great!

16.03.17 Get your pace right and you'll be fine-it's the most uplifting,heartwarming,inspirational day-take it all in and you'll be beaming for weeks afterwards! Good luck!

15.03.17 Good luck Bryony

14.03.17 Tell your husband that it is almost impossible to run the London Marathon without being obsessed about it. In a good way! I have run it twice. One tip-if possible try not to walk. I did on my first and it was so hard to run again, so had to run LM again!

14.03.17 As a fellow-sufferer of acute depression and bi-polar you have indeed made a big difference to bring awareness of mental health to the public. It has made so much difference to being able to talk about it. Thank you.


13.03.17 Great achievement! Love your Telegraph articles. Good luck!

13.03.17 Just read your article in the Telegraph and always read you in Stella - you are looking so fit and fabulous, I am in awe of you - you go girl! We'll be thinking of you on the big day. X

13.03.17 Best wishes from a fellow runner.

13.03.17 Inspirational

13.03.17 I have been reading your articles in the DT for years, and what you have achieved is remarkable. As a weekly park-runner I can only dream of running a marathon, but your training is inspiring me. Maybe I'll get there yet. All the best for London.

13.03.17 Loving the updates well done you are awesome! I'm training for London too my first marathon. Best of luck with your remaining training and enjoy the big day on the 23rd! Looking forward to seeing how you get on.

13.03.17 Go girl! You'll do it X

13.03.17 A very belated well done. You're a star! Reading through this thread shows what an inspiration you are.


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