Since I did the abseil, lots of people have told me how "brave" I am. I am not brave. Young people struggling with depression and homelessness and addiction are brave.
For more than 15 years of my life I battled with this double-edged sword. On the one hand, I felt disgusted to be labelled an Anorexic (what a pathetic waste of space). Yet there was a part of me that harboured a perverse pleasure at being skinny enough to garner the label.
If someone’s marriage isn’t fine, I want to be a safe place for that to be said.
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Talking about the big stuff -- health, relationships, tough times -- isn’t easy for anyone, but traditional concepts of masculinity are putting an extra burden on men.
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Talking about suicide to prevent it.
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The three-year trial will test the effects of the sedative on 200 patients.
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Earlier this year, on a Monday night in April, Luke Ambler's brother-in-law Andy Roberts took his own life. Ambler and his family were left devastated by the news. Two days before, Roberts had been at...
‘My aim is to reduce the statistic of male suicide by half in five years.’
"It's not something you can persevere without help."
Turnbull launches review of mental health services for veteran soldiers.
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Spoiler alert: It's terrible.
The former Olympian is currently serving a six year jail sentence for murdering his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Yet another celebrity showing us that there's no shame in mental illness.
It is expected to reduce suicide deaths by 20 percent.
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"It's not OK for a man to feel fear or sadness. So they go to anger, which is OK."
A former police officer was subjected to extensive physical and video surveillance by an insurance company, even after its psychiatrist diagnosed him as "badly depressed, if not at risk of suicide" an...
"For people to turn around and go 'Oh, you're in that position, therefore you're fine' is a completely ridiculous suggestion."
Who wants to talk about postnatal depression? No one, because it's hideous. It's agonising and we feel humiliated and it's not something we want to make public. And that’s why we need to talk about it.
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Can we please stop making these damaging assumptions?
Dads are torn between caring for mum and their baby.
"I want to ensure more young people grow up in an environment where they feel safe and supported."
The radio personality opens up about the effect of online bullying on her mental health.
A better understanding of our feelings can only be a good thing, right?
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Anxiety disorders are still largely misunderstood in society, despite the fact that an overwhelming number of American adults experience them. Luckily, artist Pranita Kocharekar is here with some visu...
You can do it, grumpy gills.
'It's a very typical bullying arrangement. They get pleasure out of the pain they cause'.
Because sometimes getting freaky isn't an option.
We live in societies being sold on the dream of owning our home. But at what price to the family? At what price to the mothers and fathers, and especially the children?
Unless you are a brain surgeon, it can wait 20 minutes.