For some, retirement can raise feelings of aimlessness and loneliness, particularly if you had a job that gave you a sense of purpose.
Among charities that offer friendship to the elderly, it’s the students, young mums and other volunteers who say they benefit most.
It’s easy to get some legal advice to write a will, but how do we make Biblically informed decisions about the resources God has given us?
If death anxiety is bubbling under our unconscious, and if some of our coping strategies are harmful, how can we help ourselves through it?
Women need to join forces to support each other in the multiple roles we face as mother, daughter, wife, employee, nurse and schedule-holder.
While social media offers opportunities for social interaction and information sharing, it can also impact on our mental health.
Feeling low does not always have to be ‘cured’ with something highly productive, writes pyschologist Monica Jacob.
More than two in five Australians aged between 16 and 85 have experienced a mental disorder in their lifetime, according ABS data.
A small proportion of people who are grieving (about 10%) experience continuous, disabling grief, preventing them from resuming their life.
“Me being sober doesn’t stop life’s challenges from coming my way. It’s given me a lot better capacity to cope with what does come my way.”