'In my mind people migrate to upgrade their life. But I'm not happy.'
'Everybody in our country should do this sort of training', Lifeline says.
Young men tend to find gaming and sport immensely engaging. Harnessing these domains may provide clues as to what might work in future.
This doesn't make for comfortable viewing. Although that said, nothing about domestic violence is comfortable. It's a shameful, hidden problem that exists throughout Australian society and around the world. That shame is palpable through both Jerry and Worrell, two men who admit to using violence in their homes -- be it physical, psychological or emotional. But they're also two men who have been through men's behaviour change programs and want to share their experience to help other men recognise and stop their own abusive behaviour. By Emily Verdouw.
We can stop domestic violence if we listen to the men who do it.
It might be time to reconsider how often you scroll through curated photos. Instagram is the worst social media app for young people's mental health, according to a new report by the Royal Society for...
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Pain, longing and finding the right balance.
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Behind the veil, we all have our struggles.
The 30-year-old State of Origin veteran was sidelined by a serious knee injury.
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I’m telling you all of this because often when people think of mental illness they picture that homeless man on the beach.
The RAIN acronym is an ancient Buddhist mindfulness tool to cope with hardship.
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$115 million in new mental health programs.
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Many people often ask me: "You’re a paramedic, what’s the worst thing you’ve ever seen?”
They've committed $4.2 billion to mental health this year.