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When 44-year-old Tara contacted her local NewAccess coach in early 2020, she didn’t know how the program could help her or even exactly what it was she needed help with – she just knew she had to do something.
Colin shares his journey with anxiety, from trying to outsmart his condition to learning to live with it.
Living out his dream in the AFL, Liam thought mental health wasn’t something he had to worry about. His anxiety had other ideas.
From an early age, much of Amy’s life has been consumed by anxiety, especially in social situations.
In our continuing look at mental health in the context of different cultures, Philip, whose parents are Dutch, talks about how a childhood marked by being bullied and ostracised impacted his entire life.
Part of a series exploring mental health in the context of culture, Ashley*, reflects on her move to from China to Australia as a 10-year-old, on her traumatic teenage years and on how she’s slowly pieced her life together since.
Part of a Beyond Blue series exploring mental health in the context of culture, here Pakistan-born Laila* talks about the sexual abuse she experienced as a child, and her journey towards recovery.
About one in four people in Australia have a problem with drugs, alcohol or gambling at some point in their lives and yet the stigma associated with addiction means many delay seeking help, sometimes for decades.
Climate anxiety is becoming more common, but fortunately, there are ways to combat these feelings.