Hysteria is self-described as “A memoir of illness, strength and women’s stories throughout history.” In this book, Bryant tells her own journey of diagnoses, what she learns about them, and historical case studies with an equivalent diagnosis.
There was one message that sung through Royal Commission’s final report into Victoria’s mental health system, “the system is broken.”
Through the lilting analogy of the orchestra, this piece examines the interwoven nature of relationships with family, mental health and music.
Other States of Mind testifies to the capacity of shared creativity to counter suffering and foster awareness in others.
The workplace is a breeding ground for mental illness stigma, writes Sam Ryan.
No media outlet would ever run a story featuring the N word as an adjective. Maddie Smith asks whether the same can be said for disparaging descriptions of mental illness.