October is Mental Health Month here in New South Wales. Join in for an evening of meditation, art and connection.
I don’t know if I’ll ever be completely healed, and maybe that’s not the point. Maybe the point is to expand my tolerance of all that it is to be human.
Being in that hospital was like getting a glimpse of the underbelly of human existence, the part that society hides away in fear. It made me see human beings in a whole new way.
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We all have three states of mind: rational, emotional and wise. Most of us tend to have a default state, which one are you in right now?
I asked some of my closest friends how they cope through challenging times. Each of their unique personalities shines through their words and I found it so touching to hear what helps them, I hope it can help you too.
We hold on to so many things that cause us unnecessary pain, stress, and suffering.
Isn’t it strange that the person you are to yourself is different to what everyone else thinks of you are?
The final days of May are about creativity and simply appreciating the joy of being alive, right here and now.
I feel like my purpose in life now is to shine a glaringly bright light on mental illness.