Depressive disorder is hunting down lives just like alion to its prey. Being aware of depression gives me the energy and courage to fight back.If being successful means I have to try harder and look further, then every effort is worthwhile. Here’s another article I added to my treasure trove.
Melbourne artist Tai Snaith had a children’s book published last year about the Australian family. In it, she used indigenous animals as a metaphor for different versions of the contemporary household. It sounds kitsch, but there we are – stylishly so – in The Family Hour in Australia as corroboree frogs, numbats, eastern spotted quolls, hairy-nosed wombats or, inevitably, kangaroos, platypuses ……Warm, fuzzy families exist in many forms
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