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It helps boost general happiness, even if you don't need it for clinical treatment.
And people are pleading their case with neighbours.
Depression doesn't always look like sadness.
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Despite growing public awareness of mental health issues, schizophrenia remains a widely misunderstood illness. According to a new survey from Rethink Mental Illness, 50% of people mistakenly think th...
R U OK Day in its purest form represents kindness: something we desperately need in this world today.
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'We cannot leave LGBTIQ Australians and their families on their own through this process'.
The pop star “had to lose a lot people” to find happiness.
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JK Rowling has issued a bold rebuttal to those who argue that "depression isn't real". The 'Harry Potter' author tweeted on the topic after MMA fighter and former 'Big Brother' contestant Andrew Tate...
<strong>Robbie Williams has spoken about the dark side of fame</strong>
According to the ABS, in 2015, 3,027 Australians died by suicide.
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Robbie Williams has said he fears that fame will "kill" him, as he opened up about his mental health. The singer has spoken openly about his struggles with depression and addiction in the past, and in...
Shocking new study found 80 percent had self-harmed, and 10 times the risk of depression.
Carers and sufferers battle stigmas surrounding the illness.
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Self-care may seem like the buzzword of the moment, but for those living with mental illness it can be a lifeline. For many even simple everyday things such as eating, drinking and taking a shower can...
Laura Dennison and Eve Simmons are on a mission to help people fall in love with food again. And we're not just talking healthy greens, we're talking pasta, burgers, pizza - the lot. To protest agains...