Dr. Tim Sharp (aka Dr. Happy) is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Positive Psychology. Tim is the founder & CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) of The Happiness Institute, Australia’s first organisation devoted solely to enhancing happiness in individuals, families and organisations. This article was originally published on www.drhappy.com.au
Former NRL player and mental health advocate Dan Hunt shares his personal experience of battling mental illness. Dan is an ambassador for Beyond Blue, NRL State of Mind and owner of Mental Health Movement.
if you know that you yourself have had a mentor, or life has blessed you with some wisdom, health, and perspective- the challenge is for you to pass it on to someone who needs it! Maybe you could ask yourself ‘Who can I help on the treacherous road to manhood?’ or ‘Who can I touch by allowing them access to my life?’
Men's Mental Health has become a hot topic. One of many emerging issues attracting the attention of governments at all levels and society more broadly. The amount of public and open information and discussion of Men's Health issues has allowed us to adjust our radar and lower our guard.
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.
Mr. Trump is playing the villain remarkably well. Essentially everything he does or says is an example of what not to do, and the more he does it the more men and women are stepping up and having a much-needed conversation around what it means to be a man in 2016.