Saturday, March 23, 2019
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Suicide: Dispelling the myths

Depression doesn't discriminate in any form: race, gender or religion.

Brad talks big questions and big decisions

Author's young adult series a reminder of the value of friendship, faith and family.

New book marks triumphant end to trilogy

Launch of final story in David series reveals young adult’s biggest decisions.

Adventist schools to invest more in student wellbeing

Challenging findings from surveys and an Avondale academic's study are encouraging Seventh-day Adventist schools in Australia to invest more in the wellbeing of students.

R U OK?

In light of recent findings that Australians present to GPs with mental health issues more than anything else, we asked Claire Marsh of Adventist Counselling Services why "R U OK?" Day is so important and what we can do to help those who need it.

Opioid obituaries: how opening up could save lives

Andrew's parents made the heart-breaking decision to share his struggle with addiction after his death rather than sanitising his obituary—a decision that had unexpected results.

Supporting your mental health

There are simple things we can do every day to help support our mental wellbeing.

Standing in the gap against mental illness

Living with mental illness can be hard, especially if you are supporting the person going through it. It can often feel helpless and hopeless. But there is hope.

How Mac tried to fight back

Despite describing his experiences as “beyond telling”, Anzac chaplain William McKenzie “consistently, even compulsively, reverted to words to convey them”.

Mediterranean diet improves mood

How the Mediterranean diet affects your mental health.
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