More than eight people are killing themselves every day.
Who can say what takes people to that point of no return?
Joe Williams has a simple message.
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‘A good old cry, why not?’
A new study breaks it down.
Radio presenter Gus Worland is challenging what it means to be an 'Aussie bloke.'
It was certainly a prerequisite for progress, but it now risks now becoming a distraction.
One person takes their own life every three hours.
Is sharing a selfie on Facebook an effective way to stop someone who is seriously considering taking their life? The truth is, we really don’t know. What we do know is that conversations and awareness are only the first steps to saving a life.
It's the pit in my stomach that opens up every time he’s late to meet me... the unanswered phone calls, the delayed texts. The fear that I will one day miss something. The self-imposed responsibility that I’ve felt to keep him alive.
I'm not sure why a profession of carers is so bad at looking after its own, why smart intelligent professionals from all areas are comfortable condemning their employees and colleagues to misery.
Shannon Nevin has set up a Sydney event to encourage people to talk about mental health.
Toughing it out is killing our men.
Let's start by admitting that what we've been doing so far has not really been working that well. The sorrowful stats show it; the profound pain in thousands of families proves it. Therefore, we should not simply use new funds to expand on old programs and approaches.