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Posts tagged with: depression

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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Grief is the honour we pay to that which is dear to us. And it is only through the connection to what we cherish that we can know how to...
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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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Show anyone with anxiety or depression that it’s ok to say if they don’t feel ok. Visually show anyone suffering from anxiety or depression that “it’s ok to say if...
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Take part in Australia’s Largest Mental Health Walk – Walk for Awareness Supported by Tessa Group. This is an opportunity for the community to come together to support each other,...
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A raw, real, powerful conversation from R U Okay which highlights the effect of depression on not just the person struggling with depression, but those around them....
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R U OK? Day is Thursday 12 September. This year www.ruok.org.au are encouraging everyone to Trust the Signs, Trust your Gut & Ask R U OK? We want everyone to...
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According to Mission Australia’s latest Youth Mental Health report, one in four young people are at risk of serious mental health conditions. In the linked article, Dr Aliza Werner-Seidler, Senior...
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The World Health Organisation declared April 7th, 2017 as World Health Day focusing on mental health. This year-long campaign aims to educate, raise awareness and help people suffering from mental...
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PANDA teams up with Mamamia to help raise awareness around perinatal anxiety and depression, and how you can support a friend who may be struggling. www.panda.org.au www.mamamia.com.au...
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