Since the late nineteenth century, ‘the use of the term community has remained to some extent associated with the hope and the wish of reviving once more the closer, warmer, more harmonious type of bonds between people vaguely attributed to past ages’ (Elias 1974, quoted by Hoggett 1997: 5). We are more isolated now than […]
About Bronwen Edwards
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Entries by Bronwen Edwards
“The world is like a machine Mum. If you look around you, the world is like a really big machine and we’re all parts of it and everybody needs everyone else for the machine to work properly. Sometimes if someone is annoyed or grumpy, it means they are a bit rusty. It just means that […]
Suicide grief is different. It is no surprise that following the death of my brother by suicide, people didn’t know what to do or how to respond. I remember in one instance that on telling a very close friend of the suicide of my brother, his response was, “Well that was stupid wasn’t it?” So […]
Roses in the Ocean is a grass roots community organisation raising awareness and funds for innovative, suicide prevention initiatives, and for the operation of the national Suicide Prevention Lived Experience Speakers Bureau.
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Wilston, QLD, 4051
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