Written and Illustrated by Maria Pletnev / @mariapltnv Continue reading Poem: Warning for the Next Boy in my Life
This day is not just about raising awareness of suicide, but preventing it from ever occurring, and we cannot prevent suicide without first preventing the causes. Continue reading World Suicide Prevention Day
By Daniel Calabresi.
Illustrated by LVB Art. Continue reading Poem: A Time Bomb
An extremely powerful and moving poem about the end of an abusive relationship. Written by JD and illustrated by @Oh_Persefoni Continue reading Poem: I Left
@Serious.Sharon shares her experience of growing up as an artist in a critical environment, and how this impacted upon her own self-belief – leading her to doubt not only her talents, but also her general self-worth.
This relatable piece is illustrated with Sharon’s incredible artwork – now able to be given the recognition it has always deserved. Continue reading Taking a Good Hard Look in the Mirror
Colin Bonini shares his incredible 6 week road trip traversing the Australian outback, tackling his anxiety on a journey that proved to be much more than just a physical one.
Illustrated by Gary Shaw @TwoPeaks.Illu Continue reading From Panic to Peak: Summiting My Personal Everest
Speaking to kids about mental health – especially if we suspect they might be struggling – is one of the most important things we can do to maintain their emotional wellbeing, and help them to become resilient adults.
Here are 7 guidelines that can be helpful when speaking to young people about this subject.
Featuring beautiful illustrations by Marina Springrose Continue reading How to Talk to Kids about Mental Health
By Kaitlin Sowerby
Illustrated by Enzo Urbina @The.King.Of.Nowhere Continue reading Poem: “Just Be Happy” They Say
Our work environment can have a huge impact on our mental health.
Garance Camison tells of his experience working completely alone, and what you can do the next time you encounter a solo worker.
Illustrated by Andrew May. Continue reading The Solo Worker
We’re often told to ‘step out of our comfort zone’, but what exactly does that mean? And is it always the best advice? Dani Crater explores the In’s and Out’s of this message, with beautiful illustrations by @Cadva Continue reading Comfort Zone: In or Out?