Taking care of veteran mental health and wellness

One of the attractions for many to a career in the Australian armed forces is the security and structure the profession provides. Read more

Veterans’ Families Need Support Too

The need for support for veterans is undeniable and there are many organisations - like ours - that exist for just that reason. Read more

5 Things to do for good mental well-being in Isolation

Now more than ever, it's essential to not only look after our physical health but our mental health and wellbeing too. Isolation can have a negative impact on mental health, and it can manifest as feelings of irritability, anger, restlessness, boredom, and loneliness. The good news is that there are things you can do to develop strength and resilience through uncertainty. Read more

How yoga can help manage the challenges of PTSD

In Australia, approximately 12 out of 100 people will have post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) at some point in their life. With PTSD affecting anybody who has been through traumatic events, including a serious accident, natural disasters or assault, war veterans are inevitably at higher risk for PTSD than the general population. Read more

How to form new (and lasting) habits

Let’s face it, we all have an innate desire to improve our lives in one way or another and our habits are intrinsically linked to the quality of our lives. However, with a plethora of self-help information available online, breaking bad habits is easier said than done. Read more

How to stay connected

Numerous studies have shown that strong ties with family, friends and the community provide people with happiness, security, support and a sense of purpose. As humans we all crave social connection, it’s just the way we’re wired. It gives us even greater joy when we connect with like-minded individuals who share similar beliefs and values. Read more