No Shame, No Blame

This article is originally published by PsychMed, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. In the past, mental health has been stigmatised, minimalised, and marginalised. Individuals have been made to feel like a lesser part of society. Change is afoot, and while there’s a long way still to go, the topic of mental health is no … Continue reading No Shame, No Blame

Loneliness peaks at three key ages, study finds — but wisdom may help

This article is authored by Susan Scutti and is originally published by CNN. Rising rates of loneliness may not be news, but the three periods when it peaks may come as a surprise: More people reported feeling moderate to severe loneliness during their late 20s, their mid-50s and their late 80s than in other life … Continue reading Loneliness peaks at three key ages, study finds — but wisdom may help

New year musings – ‘Life’s never ending tapestry’

This article is submitted to us by Deb Roberts, Director of SOS-care, writer speaker, yoga teacher and health advocate, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. This article is originally published on SOS-care's website. Every new year no matter whether I’m enjoying family time at the beach or visiting friends elsewhere across the globe, … Continue reading New year musings – ‘Life’s never ending tapestry’

‘I’m surrounded by people – but I feel so lonely’

This article is originally published by BBC. When the BBC launched the Loneliness Experiment on Valentine's Day 2018 a staggering 55,000 people from around the world completed the survey, making it the largest study of loneliness yet. Claudia Hammond, who instigated the project, looks at the findings and spoke to three people about their experiences … Continue reading ‘I’m surrounded by people – but I feel so lonely’

Depression, poverty and bad teeth: performers really do suffer for art

This article is written by Garry Maddox and is originally published by The Sydney Morning Herald. While not a household name, Neil Pigot has racked up an impressive list of credits in a 35-year acting career. He has been in Blue Heelers and The Kettering Incident on TV, such films as The Dish and Red Dog and played major roles for the Sydney and … Continue reading Depression, poverty and bad teeth: performers really do suffer for art