SHARE The Journey is the theme of Mental Health Month so it’s timely to consider life on the land in remote parts of the country. The theme focuses on the importance of social connections and good relationships to combat loneliness and build resilience in trying times. Here is one of the feature article’s from the PANPA award-winning Glove Box Guide to Mental Health, published by The Land newspaper this week.
Rural communities are talking more than ever about mental health and this openness in talking and learning about the issue is tied to the theme of this year's Glove Box Guide, that being "Let's talk".
TWO years ago, a number of teenagers taking their own lives rocked the Grafton area, stirring members of the community into action.
The pressure to reach stardom in the US, along with his marriage break-up, led Adam Brand to the toughest gig of his life - being himself.
IN TODAY’S technological age, advancements have removed a lot of the human element in interactions, making them less personal and creating a sense of detachment.
WHEN a region battles through a natural disaster, there’s always a lot of stress through and after the flood or fire.
A DAY in the life of Marie Kelly, Rural Adversity Mental Health (RAMHP) co-ordinator for Far Western NSW, can often present challenges some of us can’t comprehend.
TAKING care of your physical and mental health isn’t always the first priority when dealing with a natural disaster,but it can be first step towards true recovery.