This year continues to bring hardship for people around the country with lockdowns and isolation keeping families and friends apart.
It’s more important than ever to focus on the mental health of yourself and of your loved ones. Focus on the little things that get you through, physical exercise, belonging to something outside of yourself – whether that be a sporting club or a friendship group or a charitable cause – and check in with your loved ones.
But more inspiring than that, were the personal stories shared, the life-long bonds made and the commitment to bring this profound experience back into their daily lives.
At Breakthrough, we talk a lot about family – our team, and our supporters – and we could not do the vital work we do without the support of our family. That’s why this issue is dedicated to those that support us.
FEATURED IN THIS EDITION
The ripple effect
How one man’s passion, fuelled by heartbreak, is helping to change the lives of people living with eating disorders.
All in this together
Meet some organisations partnering with Breakthrough to help us raise money for mental health research.
Mental illness will be the biggest health challenge of our lifetime so please consider a gift in your will to Breakthrough to create a life free from mental illness.
The amazing Breakthrough supporters who trekked the Larapinta Trail to raise funds and awareness for mental health research.