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Living Well
A resource for men who have experienced childhood sexual abuse or sexual assault and for their supporters.
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Athlead Sep 20
Huge thanks to , and New Radicals judge for choosing as one of this year’s ! Let’s keep working together to end the stigma around , support survivors of abuse and keep children in sport safe.
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Living Well Sep 17
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Living Well Sep 13
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To enter the ballot, please complete and submit the following form by midnight on Tuesday, 25 September 2018:
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Living Well Sep 13
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Survivors and those people personally affected by institutional child sexual abuse, including victims’ families, are invited to register their interest in attending the National Apology in Canberra through the ballot process.
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Living Well Sep 13
The Attorney-General’s Department has opened a national ballot to allocate seats to attend the National Apology to Victims and Survivors of Institutional Child Sexual Abuse in Canberra on Monday, 22 October 2018.
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R U OK? Sep 12
Today is and a reminder to check in with the people in your world who might be going through a tough time. We want these conversations to be genuine, caring and effective. This guide can help.
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Living Well Sep 12
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Living Well Sep 12
Today is RUOK Day. Take time to check in with a friend or colleague. 46% of men who have sexually abused report attempting suicide. You could be the friend the makes a difference and ensures he gets the help he deserves.
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Male Survivors Partnership Sep 6
What has achieved by doing a in storyline is incredible and has helped so many survivors already. Incredibly proud of everyone's bravery in taking this storyline on
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Living Well Sep 5
It is important that survivors of institutional child sexual abuse prioritise self care and receive quality legal advice from Knowmore legal service with respect to legal options, recognising concerns expressed in relation to the National Redress Scheme.
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Survivors Manchester Sep 4
There are so many incredibly moving scenes in this week's but this was spine tingling. The bravery that this depicts is just another level and are insanely talented!
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Living Well Sep 4
This article reminds us of the importance of continuing to develop support options for men abused in childhood and the great work of our partner at
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Living Well Sep 2
The rainforest hermit who returned from the wild
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Rural Mental Health Sep 2
Body+soul’s 2018 Men’s health report: Celebs speak up about their health
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Tarana Aug 20
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...and there is no model survivor. We are imperfectly human and we all have to be accountable for our individual behavior.
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