Monday, 18th June, 2018

Too old for an eating disorder? Think again

MENTION eating disorders and many people will bring to mind the gaunt anorexic or bulimic teenager or young woman in her 20s.

Rarely does anyone think of an older person living with the condition.

But eating disorders know no age boundaries and many Australians,  male and female, struggle with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other forms of eating disorders such as binge eating throughout their mature years.

Clinical psychologist Sarah… more


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Monday, 14th May, 2018


WHEN things get difficult, most people change the subject. Hide away. Stick their heads in the sand. Say, “oh, I’ll do that next week”. But as a society we’re starting to see how avoiding conflict or difficult conversations, or putting things off, is not healthy or productive for anyone.

Let’s talk about the difficult things that you may have been putting off – like what will happen to your family… more

Thursday, 7th June, 2018

Inquiry sheds light on elder abuse

A PARLIAMENTARY probe into elder abuse is revealing the depth of the problem, with older people increasingly at risk of physical, psychological and financial abuse. more