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Writer and mental health advocate Jill Stark challenges our notions of 'normal' and celebrates our differences in this myth-busting series offering hope, comfort and practical advice to anyone who's ever wondered "Is it just me?".
Ross spent a long time bottling up his feelings and eventually, this started to take a toll on his mental health.
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.
After wanting to be a mother all her life, Sandi found the reality of parenting tougher than she expected.
In her own words, Milli explains what it was like when she had her first panic attack and how she dealt with it.
After bullying saw him spend a year refusing to talk, Daniel had to learn to find his voice again.
After suffering an injury while dancing, Nicole struggled to deal with the impact of losing her greatest outlet.
Despite spending decades helping others get better, Geoff’s greatest challenge was taking care of himself.
Catriona Bisset is an Olympian and the Australian record holder over 800m. But for a decade, she left the sport she loved.
From a place of hopelessness, Jake has come to accept that he's worth recovering for.