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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?".
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.
Emily shares her journey of depression, anxiety and ultimately, hope.
From an early age, much of Amy’s life has been consumed by anxiety, especially in social situations.
After the bushfires of 2009, Cliff Overton spent a decade trying to move on from what he had seen. Eventually, he realised he couldn’t. One traumatic day had changed him forever. And through acceptance, came growth.
The COVID-19 pandemic is challenging us as a nation in ways we never could have imagined. But through these turbulent times we have also seen the best of people – communities coming together in a spirit of solidarity and kindness.
More and more people are accepting Artificial Intelligence (AI) to help us solve problems and answer queries.
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.
Mark and Chris discuss the importance of speaking about mental health and how it has shaped their journey together.
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