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Grace Brockelsby

Grace Brockelsby Wiki & Biography

Grace Brockelsby 19 years old girl she was described by her family today as “gentle, kind-hearted and caring”, stepped out in front of the lorry near Boston, Lincolnshire, in the summer

Grace Brockelsby Age

Grace Brockelsby was 19 years old at the time of death.

Grace Brockelsby Cause of death

Grace Brockelsby, 19, was struck by Marc Gibbins’ HGV on a dual-carriageway and later died in hospital.

Grace Brockelsby Education

Grace Brockelsby, 19, hoped to take psychology and mental health nursing at Bristol Temple Meads University.

This was so she could be of assistance to others going through similar things to what she was experiencing, her family said.

An inquest is still to be held into her death on June 5, but her father, Lee, told how his daughter struggled with her mental health.

Grace Brockelsby Investigation about why she was suffered mental problems

A collision investigation found that the lorry was travelling at or about the 40mph speed limit and Mr Gibbins was not at fault in any way.

He had stepped on his brakes, sounded the horn and flashed his lights.

The inquest was told that Grace Brockelsby had gone into the road when he was 26 metres away. The lorry would have needed between 41 and 59 metres to stop.

Grace Brockelsby had suffered from mental health issues for about five years, including anorexia. She had twice been sectioned after intentional overdoses of prescribed medicines.

The teenager regularly told mental health care professionals of her frequent suicidal thoughts.

However, she had shown no sign of ever acting upon them and had expressed that she would not because she did not want to upset her family.

Grace’s Memorial Book

https://www.funeralguide.co.uk/memorialbook/63721/landing

Tribute to Grace Brockelsby

Tributes have been paid to a teenager who planned to study a university course in the south west so she could help others.

 

 

Where to get help and what to do if you’re worried about mental health issues

Where to get help and what to do if you’re worried about mental health issues

If you’re not feeling yourself, going through a bad time, or are just feeling sad more than usual, it’s possible that you could be experiencing depression or anxiety.

This doesn’t mean that you’re necessarily at risk, there are scales of both, and it could be that you are just experiencing low mood or moderate anxiety.

The most important thing to do is to let people around you know how you’re feeling.

Talking to a partner, family member or friend is essential. They may be able to offer support and can be there for you while you go through a difficult time.

Where can I get help?

You should also go to talk to your GP.

Your GP can help find out if you’re experiencing anxiety, stress and depression.

They can recommend ways to feel better naturally, for example increasing your exercise levels, or can suggest medication and counselling.

They can also refer you on to other mental health services.

Who else can I call?

Let’s Talk is a free NHS service for anyone experiencing mental health issues such as anxiety, stress and depression. It can be contacted on 0800 073 2200 or via www.talk2gether.nhs.uk.

If you feel you need more help, you can call the Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust direct on 0800 073 2200 to discuss an appointment.

The mental health charity Mind runs a helpline on 0300 123 3393, or 86463 on text.

The Samaritans is also always there for those who have nowhere else to turn.

But it stresses that it’s not just for those who have suicidal thoughts. In fact they say: “Most people who contact us are not suicidal. When you talk to us, we will give you an opportunity to talk about any thoughts or feelings you have, whatever they may be.”

You can call the Samaritans on 116 123.

In Cheltenham, the Suicide Crisis Centre provides vital support. Along with the services at the centre in High Street, Cheltenham, the charity also goes out to visit service users – sometimes staying for hours at a time if they are at high risk of suicide.

To contact the Suicide Crisis Centre, phone 07975 974455 or visit www.suicidecrisis.co.uk

 

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