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Last Day of Capril 2013

Well this is it for another year.  It’s the final day of Capril 2013, so there is still time to swirl on a cape and donate some money to the wonderful work of beyondblue: the national depression and anxiety initiative. We are once again so thankful for all the support shown to us by everyone who has involved themselves in this wonderful cause.  Thank
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Guest Bloggers 2013

We’re looking for guest bloggers again this year. If you’ve had/do have experiences with depression/other mental illness you’d like to share, then please think about being a Capril guest blogger.  I’ve had lots of feedback saying how valuable it is to read about the experiences of others.  It makes people feel less alone.  If you want guidelines on how to write you can ask
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Remembering Richard

Remember me? Ok, enough Capper. Today marks 4 years since Richard Marsland took his life and left us.  This is the man for whom Capril was created.  We honour his memory today as we remember his brilliant comedic skills and delightful personality.  He was a true gentleman who demonstrated his care for others on a daily basis. If a man like this can lose
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capril motion – south australian parliment 2nd May 2012

The Hon. G.A. KANDELAARS (16:57): I commend the Hon. Tammy Franks for moving the motion before us today, a motion which endeavours to highlight Capril, an initiative raising awareness of depression in our community. The campaign encourages members of the community to wear a cape in the month of April as a sign of ‘cape-ability’, and I note that the funds raised will go to beyondblue, a national depression initiative.
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Capril on TV

Tomorrow will be our first official foray into TV as a Capril team!  I (Megan) will be on ABC News Breakfast tomorrow (Monday) morning at 7:45am talking about Capril.  Wearing a cape of course! For those of you that can’t see it live (and yes, I’ll be live on TV) and still want to watch, I’ll get a clip uploaded to YouTube and keep you
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anxiety: more common than you may think

We all feel anxious from time to time: whether it’s just before giving a public speech or participating in a competition, flying, getting married, attending a job interview or being in a risky or dangerous situation.
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