Stop Telling Your Kids They Are Not Doing It Right
âYouâre not doing it rightâ, the perennial catch-cry of domineering fathers to their inexperienced sons. The implication of this throw-away line is that dadâs always right- but hang on, what if there was another way to do it?
Paralympian Adam Kellerman Shares His Personal Story Of Embracing Adversity And Finding Fulfilment
Adam Kellerman, 26, has represented Australia at two Paralympic games and ten World Team Cup’s in his sport of wheelchair tennis. This in itself is quite an achievement, yet Adam’s story of surviving cancer and overcoming depression is what many may say is his greatest achievement.
Your mind is a bit like a shed. You put all your stuff in there to store it for later. Then someone comes along and offloads all their unwanted stuff onto you and it goes in your shed too. Then someone else does, and then another. Before you know it, your shed is full of everyone elseâs shit and youâve got no room left in it for your own stuff.
We run events and activities that enable people to connect, share stories and start having discussions on the issues that affect men in todayâs society.
Miscarriage: One Manâs Reflection After The Loss of a Baby
Matt has openly shared his families recent experience with the grief surrounding pregnancy loss. He hopes that by sharing his personal story, the less likely that other Mums and Dads will feel alone when they experience a similar loss.
NRL Greats Show The Strength of Vulnerability During State of Origin
Four former NRL players unified blue and maroon supporters on the night of the final State of Origin game to highlight the prominence of menâs struggles with mental health at a Brisbane event. Dale Shearer, Sione Faumuina, Matthew Elliot, and David Myles were panelists at the event hosted by Hotel West End in South Brisbane.
Playing For Your Resilience
While there is glory in being a successful athlete, it comes with massive pressures to perform well on and off Anyone can see the physical injuries of athletes, but rarely can people see what injuries they may have mentally. Last year, mental illness forced one AFL player to leave the sport altogether.