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NEWS.com.au - 12 Sep 2019 RU OK day co-founder Graeme Cowan posts suicide note after depression battle
It is why I am so passionate about R U OK? and creating caring and resilient workplaces. I know that crises pass — and recovery — and even blessings can follow. “If anyone out there has lost hope — please let someone know. Please make an appointment ...
Daily Telegraph - 12 Sep 2019 We need to do more than just ask ‘R U OK?’
Today is R U OK Day — a national day of awareness dedicated to creating meaningful conversations about mental health in an effort to prevent suicide.
Brag Magazine - 12 Sep 2019 11 of our favourite self care quotes on R U OK? Day
Getting help isn't a sign of failure, it's quite the opposite.
ABC News - 12 Sep 2019 R U OK co-founder Graeme Cowan shares his suicide note to help others
Hoping to spark a conversation that could ultimately save lives, R U OK co-founder Graeme Cowan this week shared a suicide note he wrote in the depths of his ...
2GB - 12 Sep 2019 Ray Hadley's moving message to his listeners for RU OK? day
Ray Hadley has delivered a moving message to his listeners, encouraging them to seek help if they need it in honour of R U OK? day. Australians around the ...
9Honey - 12 Sep 2019 'To all the 'fun friends' this R U OK day'
A reminder that regardless of what it looks like on the outside, treat everyone the same this R U OK day. R...
The West Australian - 19 Sep 2019 R U OK events remind us to check in on others
Kununurra showed they are committed to making a change at two community events last week.
Mamamia - 11 Sep 2019 In 2009, Gavin Larkin created R U OK? Day. Three years later, he died from bone cancer.
R U OK Day's founder Gavin Larkin passed away from bone cancer in 2011 after the third R U OK Day, however his legacy lives on.
Shepparton News - 19 Sep 2019 Benalla restaurant gets behind R U OK? day
Sometimes something as small as 'R U OK?' is all you need to know someone cares.
Talking Aged Care - 12 Sep 2019 RU OK? Day encourages Australians to notice the signs of someone struggling
A national day of action, the R U OK? Day campaign encourages people to meaningfully connect with loved ones and double-check people are genuinely doing ...
B&T - 12 Sep 2019 KIIS Stations Support 'RU OK? Day' By Going Silent For 10 Seconds Every Hour, All Day Today
In support of R U OK? Day, and demonstrating ARN's ongoing commitment to mental health, Sydney's KIIS 1065 and Melbourne's KIIS 1011 stations are going ...
ELLE Australia - 11 Sep 2019 R U Ok Day: What Do You Say After 'R U Ok'?
Asking your friend 'R U Ok?" is one thing, but knowing what to say.
Radio Today (Aust & NZ) - 13 Sep 2019 How Australian radio covered RU OK? Day 2019
R U OK? Day encourages people to start meaningful connections with others, through starting a conversation to help anyone that may be struggling with life.
Shepparton Adviser - 04 Sep 2019 It's important to ask – RU OK?
Each year during September, R U OK? promotes a national day of action encouraging everyone to ask “are you OK?” and to remember every day of the year to ...
Body and Soul - 12 Sep 2019 RU OK Day 2019: How to talk mental health after asking today
The aim of R U OK? Day is to encourage Australians to have open, honest conversations with one another to help reduce the country's suicide rate. On average ...
The North West Star - 20 Sep 2019 Good Shepherd asks their students RU OK?
Good Shepherd Catholic College students have finished off their term by combating issues that surround mental health.
Mamamia - 11 Sep 2019 "Please tell my mum I'm sorry." The call that reminded me to always ask my friends R U OK?
*Content* Warning: This post contains references to suicide, and may be triggering to some readers. The author of this story is known to Mamamia but has chosen ...
Echonetdaily - 12 Sep 2019 RU OK asking 'RU OK?'
Supporting people with mental health issues or those who are just having a really down day, is an important part of living in a healthy community. Today is R U ...
South Coast Register - 03 Sep 2019 RU OK?'s 'Trust the Signs' tour come to Nowra
ASKING the words 'are you okay' could end up saving a person's life.
Marie Claire - 12 Sep 2019 Brooke Blurton Opens Up About Her Mental Health On R U OK? Day
To mark R U OK? Day, youth worker and former Bachelor contestant, Brooke Blurton, shares her advice for those dealing with mental health issues – and for the ...