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SPIRITUAL SUPPORT IS ESSENTIAL EVEN IN A SCHOOL
When I first heard the ACT government was banning chaplains from public schools, I cried. They're making a mistake - taking away something that's a valuable service, not just for children and young people, but for the greater school community. I do believe there's a component of well-being that has a spiritual dimension. Ideas around meaning, purpose, direction in life are important, and it's important for school communities who want to promote well-being to have a healthy approach to this.https://www.sbs.com.au/news/the-feed/opinion-spiritual-support-is-essential-even-in-a-secular-school?fbclid=IwAR0FQLSH0Y4dzIuodd5QlSD-ET2MSmR7DZ1GOwBcR6ZlOIcOkYjbONsI2Es
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Everything we know about depression is wrong
Dr Joanne Cacciatore, of Arizona State University, became a leading expert on the grief exception after her own baby, Cheyenne, died during childbirth. She had seen many grieving people being told that they were mentally ill for showing distress. She began her research and revealed a key problem with how we talk about depression, anxiety and other forms of suffering. https://www.theguardian.com/society/2018/jan/07/is-everything-you-think-you-know-about-depression-wrong-johann-hari-lost-connections?CMP=fb_gu&fbclid=IwAR0M-84_3iJTPnkTEBFroOZ0863LsmuhHYjAE30IdGTRFEC9J4yRDy7Dz7A
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