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Posts filed under: Suicide

Everyone can play a part in preventing suicide in their community. Suicide touches lives in so many different ways. Many people find having a sense of community helps them feel...
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R U OK? is asking all Australians to learn what to say if someone in their life says they are not OK....
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Are you bogged mate? is all about helping country blokes talk about mental health and suicide while spreading awareness about depression in the bush....
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The ‘Stronger Together’ campaign was developed after Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people from urban, regional and remote communities across the country repeatedly asked R U OK? if there could...
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#YouCanTalk is a national suicide prevention campaign, led by some of Australia’s mental health and suicide prevention organisations, which aims to empower and increase confidence when it comes to talking...
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Thinking about ending your life, also known as suicidal ideation, can be a painful and frightening experience, though it’s not uncommon to have such thoughts. What does it mean...
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Man Up Harden up. Suck it up. Man up. We’ve been telling our men this for years, but is it healthy? Suicide is now the leading cause of death for Australian...
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The world’s largest real-time, mental health survey Between October 10-16, 2016, 10,144 people from 104 countries logged how they were feeling over seven days, creating the largest open-source database of...
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How do we talk about men’s mental health? As Matt says in the video that Sane.org shared this morning, men often face difficulties when talking about their experiences. It can...
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Have you seen The Ripple Effect website? It is about farmers helping farmers, using stories and discussion in an effort to turn the negative ripple of suicide into a positive...
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