As a Roosters fan, I’m saddened to hear that Angus Crichton has had this set back just days away from his NRL return. This is a huge blow for the team, and I’m sure it’s an even bigger blow for Angus himself. It’s really depressing to think that he’s been dealing with bipolar shock, and it’s unfortunate that this issue has caused a delay in his return to the NRL. I’m sure he has the support of his teammates and the Roosters organization, and I’m hoping he can make a speedy recovery and get back on the field soon.
It’s truly heartbreaking to hear about Angus Crichton’s mental health issues, especially right before his return to the NRL. Mental health is a serious issue and I’m sure he’s feeling a lot of emotions right now. It’s heartwarming to know that he has the support of his teammates and the Roosters organization as he goes through this difficult time. Here’s hoping for a speedy recovery and wishing him all the best in his journey.
It’s such a shame that Angus Crichton has had this setback due to his bipolar shock just days away from his planned return to the NRL. Mental health issues are serious and so often go undiagnosed or misunderstood. I really hope he gets the care and support he needs to get back on the field soon. Everyone deserves access to proper treatment for their mental health, regardless of their occupation orother circumstances.
It’s truly disheartening to read about Angus Crichton suffering from a bipolar shock just days away from his NRL return. As a fan of the Roosters and as someone who deals with mental health issues, I can only imagine how he must be feeling right now. The overwhelming feeling of disappointment and insecurity during an episode can be excruciatingly difficult to deal with.
I have utmost respect for the Roosters organization for standing by Angus during this difficult time. It’s important to show compassion and understanding in situations like these instead of judgement or criticism. I sincerely hope that Angus is able to get the support and care he needs to make a speedy recovery, both mentally and physically; while also being surrounded by people who understand rather than criticize his condition.
As a 32-year-old woman who is a sports fan, I understand how difficult it must be for Angus Crichton to be dealing with bipolar shock so close to his NRL return. It can be incredibly overwhelming to experience mental health issues and trying to handle them along with other important aspects of one’s life.
It speaks volumes to the type of person Angus is that he has the support of his teammates and the Roosters organization during this difficult time. His courage in facing these challenges is inspiring, and hopefully he can make a speedy recovery and get back on the field soon.