When Life K.O.’s You, Audley Harrison

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Audley Harrison grew up in a broken home in a tough part of London. By the age of 17 he had been expelled from schools and ended up in juvenile detention. Relying on willpower, he turned his life around, becoming a university graduate and a boxing sensation. Harrison, who is retired and lives in LA, says he’s ‘had dark moments but always kept the self-talk positive.’ Harrison joined the fight against depression in 2015 after being affected by tragic stories of people taking their own lives. His powerful testimony will inspire you to ‘Never Ever Give Up.’

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