A couple of days ago I was given to opportunity to be a part of this awesome project to expose the thoughts of men from a variety of different “walks of life” and this was my interview. There was no rehearsal and no editing of the conversation we had these were just the honest answers … More 21 Questions with Kane
Are you ok? Are we ok? Am I ok? It’s been a long time since I last made an entry to this blog and that all comes down to me waiting until I have something that triggers a feeling or emotion that I feel I can authentically share a story about. Now RUOK Day is … More RUOK? Day – Reason to act or reason to celebrate? Or both!
Today I am writing about a topic I have found rather interesting when it comes to how we view those who suffer any kind of depression. I’m going to talk about the way we compare ourselves to others and in particular how we compare our problems to others in order to justify our own or … More Who would suffer more? Who should suffer more?
Dedicated to my father and to every single person who has been there for Dylan, my Mum and I. On this day 4 years ago I lost my Dad to suicide. It was the most painful day of my life, but it turned out to be one of the most joy filled days I have … More The moments of light on my darkest day
Have you ever looked back on something and thought to yourself “If only I did this”? When we lose someone to suicide this can be one of the most painful things about it. Wondering what we could have done to help them. If only I made that call, if only I was there for them, … More Hindsight is 20/20
Dedicated to my dad and all my friends who have been there for me. It is true that when it comes to depression and suicide one conversation can save a life, but it can be the hardest thing to do. It can be hard for the person suffering depression or contemplating suicide and it can … More The conversation that could save a life