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Suicide is a scary topic – but it’s so important to be open and honest. Reaching out for support, or showing someone you care about them, can make all the difference.
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.
An incredibly moving account from someone who has experienced the spectrum of emotions that comes with supporting a loved one with a mental health condition.
When Noel Braun lost his wife of 42 years to suicide, all colour in his life seemed to evaporate. But in the midst of despair, he has found purpose.
Learn about the new tool that gathers practical resources to support Indigenous Peoples social and emotional wellbeing.
Talking to someone in a safe space can help you figure out what you’re feeling and work through it.
Mental health literacy has come a long way. If you’re still using the ‘c’ word , it’s time to update your vocab.
They seemed to have the perfect life – how could they be so unhappy?
My child was restless, angry, and sullen. The pain and desperation in his eyes was something that I will never forget.
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