Having lived together when Beams moved to Brisbane, the pair would drive together to Lions home games. Luke Darcy sits down with former AFL star Dayne Beams to discuss how art therapy became his saviour when dealing with lifelong mental health issues, especially following the death of his father in 2018.From The House of Wellness Season 4, Episode 19.Watch LIVE each Sunday at 12 noon on Channel 7 or catch up on the episode at https://www.houseofwellness.com.au/tvThe House of Wellness features hosts Luke Darcy, Jo Stanley and Luke Hines, with regular appearances from Gerald Quigley.Website: https://www.houseofwellness.com.auFacebook: https://facebook.com/TheHouseOfWellnessAus Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wellnessaustralia Witnesses have claimed he was unconscious for several minutes after the accident, according to Nine News. “I still managed to play some really good footy, I honestly don’t know how I did it,” Beams said. The eyes are crinkled, the face is sagging... but The Donald is as cocky as ever: HENRY DEEDES watches as... Amy Coney Barrett promises to rule 'without fear or favor and Donald Trump praises her 'towering intellect'... 'Complaining' black Americans have to 'WANT to be successful' in order to benefit from Trump's policies,... Donald Trump calls Joe Biden a 'pathetic candidate' who he says has 'waved the white flag on life' as he... Did you mean me, Joe? Beams won the medal in Collingwood's 2010 premiership after what was the just the third drawn Grand Final in AFL history. Collingwood Magpies star Dayne Beams has opened up on the harrowing details of his gambling and pain killing addiction that led to a downward spiral culminating in the 30-year-old crashing his car deliberately into a power pole. “I didn’t want to play and you have to be up for it emotionally and be charged to go. Picture: Supplied “I struggled with two things, gambling and the prescription painkillers,” he told Sacked. Mummy ends Beams' day Lions captain Dayne Beams has left the ground injured after a heavy knock from Giant Shane Mumford Viewed Star recruit … AFL star Dayne Beams has shown off the fruits of his labour after revealing he recently started participating in art therapy sessions as part of his mental health strategy. But Philip Beams’ death in February 2018 sent the younger Beams spiralling as he lost his passion for AFL football. She wrote: 'Happy 30th Birthday to this old guy!'. It came on the same day his wife Kelly Beams wished him happy birthday on Instagram. We don't!' Luke Darcy sits down with former AFL star Dayne Beams to discuss how art therapy became his saviour when dealing with lifelong mental health … Dayne Beams with wife Kelly and kids Ruby and Carter. “It really started to fizzle out in me and the main reason to come back to Victoria was to find that again … to come back to the club where I first started, a big footy state, and to just try and reignite that flame and my love for footy again. Dayne Beams with wife Kelly and kids Ruby and Carter. Picture: Dayne Beams Pieces range in price from $250 for a side table featuring one of Beams’ artworks featuring a magpie, while acrylic and resin canvases range from $150-$400. AFL star is Dayne Beams was taken to hospital after being injured in a car crash on his 30th birthday. The cause of the crash is unclear, however it was reported that it took place on Park Road, Donvale at about 4.45pm. Beams … George and Amal Clooney made a VERY intriguing revelation to... Storm the Andromeda! The billionaire crown prince of partying: Sultan of Brunei's son Prince Azim turned his back on Sandhurst to... FIFTY Northern Tory MPs demand a 'roadmap out of lockdown': Boris Johnson faces a 'red wall' revolt as eight... Former top judge Lord Sumption brands coronavirus curbs tyrannical and a 'breathtaking' infringement of... Coronavirus antibodies 'last a few months': A quarter of early patients have LOST antibody proteins and 4%... RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: Step away from the deep-pan pepperoni pizza - you're nicked! “I started losing passion for footy pretty much when dad died. Last month Beams auctioned off his 2010 premiership medal to raise funds for bushfire relief. “You replace one addictive behaviour with another and that’s what a lot of people do. Catch Fox Footy’s Grand Final Week coverage on Kayo. Beams started his career with the Magpies playing 110 games before moving to Brisbane in 2014 to be closer to his father, who was in remission for bowel cancer at the time. “He would want to talk about footy the whole way back or he would fall asleep in the passenger side, and it was just then when I was driving to games after he passed I would find myself looking at the passenger seat and it was just emotionally draining going to games, it just didn’t feel right,” Beams admitted. By Rebecca Spellman For Daily Mail Australia, Published: 02:57 GMT, 14 February 2020 | Updated: 03:33 GMT, 14 February 2020.
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