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Tag: Mental Health

Generosity in The Fast Lane

Now, more than ever, we believe that kindness counts. Did you know that one in five Australians experience a mental health condition each year? Or, that three million Aussies are living with depression or...

BIG, BOLD & BRIGHT: Exhibition about finding self

Emerging Branxton artist Kim Lundy is hosting her first solo exhibition this month. BIG, BOLD & BRIGHT will feature at the Hunter Artisan Gallery and Café in East Maitland until April 25. The work...

ARTC supports vital Lifeline face-to-face counselling service

More Hunter people will be able to benefit from Lifeline’s local, face-to-face counselling service thanks to a new partnership with Australian Rail Track Corporation (ARTC). ARTC group executive Hunter Valley Network Wayne Johnson...

GALLERY: Scott’s making meditation mainstream

The words “men” and “meditation” don’t usually go hand-in-hand. But, Eleebana’s Scott Mitcherson is hoping to change that – all in the name of mental health. He’s introduced two initiatives, Making Meditation Mainstream (MMM)...

Veterans find plenty of support at sea

Soldier On reeled in another successful deep sea angling event at Port Stephens last week. The sixth edition of the two-day marlin fishing adventure paid thanks to serving and ex-serving veterans – and...

‘Don’t be Afraid of the Dark’, says first time author

After depression robbed her of 12 months of her life, Sharon Yardley decided to put pen to paper letting others know it was possible to overcome an “insidious disease”. The mother-of-two published her...

Podcast seeks answers on handling life’s challenges

After losing his best mate to suicide two years ago, Matt Richards made a promise to himself that he’d do all he could to help others who might be facing similar challenges. Through...

Mental health issues do not define who you are, says advocate

Mental health matters. That’s the driving force behind Newcastle-based advocate and Black Dog Institute volunteer Elliot Waters’ work. The 30-year-old is a Breaking Down Depression presenter, where, through a 45-minute session, he talks about...
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