When Netflix released 13 Reasons Why last year its depiction of teen suicide and abuse was criticised for being graphic, unnecessary, and putting young people at risk emotionally without providing them proper access to support services.
How do you explain how a man who is brilliant, talented and gifted finds himself at a place that death feels like the only and reasonable option?
Season 2 of 13 Reasons Why is here and it’s time restart the conversation again. Our teens need to know that there is always hope and help.
This week I’m just keeping it real and showing the other side of life – when things aren’t “happy happy joy joy”. It’s OK to not be OK sometimes. Don’t worry, next week your normal scheduling will return. 🙂
At one of the most joyous times of her life, five time world record holder Libby Trickett experienced significant depression.
Did you know that 1 in 5 Aussies are affected by mental illness? For World Mental Health Day, here are ten tips for looking after your mental health.
Author: John McGee | Focus On The Family. When you attempt anything significant, you will face times of discouragement. It always comes with the territory.
If someone you know has been acting a bit “off”, and you’re starting to get concerned, at what point do you recommend a counsellor or a psychiatrist? And how do you go about finding one?