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TV Shows that deal with mental illness

It can often be difficult to find a TV show that accurately depicts mental illness in a realistic and thoughtful light. However, fortunately, many new shows have been making an effort to portray mental illness in a much more genuine and representative way. Of course, given that everyone is different, no TV show will be able to entirely capture the ...
Supporting a loved one with a mental illness can be difficult and often at times we may feel at loss at what to do. This article will discuss a few simple ways of what you can do to support someone you care for with a mental illness. 1. Educate Educate yourself about their mental illness. Not knowing about their mental illness can often cause ...
Panic attacks can feel scary and overwhelming, and we can often feel as though they are out of our control. However, grounding exercises are a simple yet useful technique to use to bring you back to the present and help you to realise you are safe and in control. Grounding techniques come in many different forms however this article will specifical...
As part of the SA Youth Week, the Multicultural Communities Council of SA joined with The City of Charles Sturt, The City of Port Adelaide Enfield, and The City West Torrens to organise a Youth Expo which LETSS was lucky to a part of!At LETSS, we believe it's important to take good care of our mental health and well-being. Therefore, the theme for ...
Although, the positive impact that fresh and nutritious food has on our physical body is well-known, the influence that healthy food has upon our mind is much less acknowledged. This article will discuss some foods that can help to improve your mental well-being and health, and how you can incorporate them into your lifestyle. 1. Leafy greensAccord...
The way we think can have a huge impact on the way we feel. While positive thoughts can help us to feel empowered and happy, negative thoughts can often cause distress or anxiety. Although it can be difficult to make those unwanted thoughts stop coming to mind, it is possible to learn how to challenge these thoughts and identify when they are unhel...
 Art can be used as a creative and enjoyable way to express oneself by utilising materials such as acrylic paint, water colours, coloured pencils, photography, clay, collage, and markers. In addition, aside from being able to express ourselves, art has shown to have numerous benefits on a person's emotional and mental wellbeing. As such, ...
If you're like me, you might find it hard to get motivated to get out the house or step away from everyday life. I know sometimes I get stuck in the rut of routine and realise that I have not done anything for myself for a while.If your trying to be a more social person and have a bit more human interaction, small steps can be good – any of these a...
At some point or another, haven't we all thought if only I could get rid of this condition then I would finally be able to lead a meaningful life! Or, if only, I could stop feeling this way then I would be able to feel happy. Unfortunately, life can be tricky and not as straight forwarded as we would like, so sometimes experiencing those unwanted e...
90.7 My Tertiary Entry Rank – I'd done it – all I wanted was a score in the 90's. Success! But why did I feel so terrible….? It was a couple of weeks since I'd finished year 12. My whole life I had been academic, I'd dedicated myself to study, and it was all I had. My home life was pretty lonely, all my mum and dad did was watch television in separ...
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