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May 3, 2021 152 min

Briercrest College Women's Basketball Head Coach Anthony Skepple makes a second appearance on the Four Quarters Podcast, powered by Four Quarters Media, after appearing on the CCAA Women's Basketball Spotlight Show back on December 1, 2020.  Skepple and host Tyler Bennett pick up where they left off the first time around, discussing how the 2020-21 'season' played out for the program amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.  Skepple shares his thoughts on what lies ahead for the program, from personal development opportunities for the group and the program's culture, to engaging alumni in different ways and the roster's makeup going forward.  Then, Skepple discusses his life away from the game of basketball and his diagnosis of Crohn's Disease.  Skepple discusses the mental health impact that Crohn's Disease has had on him and his family, and discusses the procedures that he underwent.  TRIGGER WARNING: This episode does contain discussions surrounding mental health, depression, and personal experiences with thoughts about suicide.  We are not trained medical professionals in any way, rather two people having a discussion and sharing about own personal experiences.  Please consult with a registered therapist, mental health professional, nurse practitioner, doctor, 9-1-1, or someone you trust if you find yourself in a similar mental state.  Lastly, please know that it is okay to admit you're not okay and to ask for help.  (MUSIC: bensound.com)

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