The American Reality is fear, and fear alone. Despite the change of location, or face, or reason, there is one thing that binds us.
Modern-day Australia is a continent wracked by fear and apathy. However, things are only as dark as you make them.
Yesterday, the world witnessed the first fatality of the self-driving car. However, I don’t think the fear of technology is helpful, or lasting.
With the Hollywood remake of “IT” saturating our senses, it seems that a fear of clowns is vogue once more. Why do we actually fear people who entertain our kids?
According to NBC News, the Manchester attack may have been a suicide bomber. With the facts now becoming very familiar, our reaction to this news is what matters most.
Today is May the fourth, the date we celebrate the Star Wars universe. What better way than to unpack the mind of the biggest goth in the galaxy?
Worrying research from California has explained that a worry-first lifestyle is actually beneficial to your mental health.
We, the anxious millennials, are derided for being delusional, self-centered and medicated. We, however, see this as an adequate avenue of tolerating the world being left to us.
After spending nine years on the streets, I’ve come to realise that shame is something that cripples us all. Even if we don’t see it through the masks we wear.
As the US faces the results of one of the most divisive elections in history, I say we finally add logic to the sensationalist fear-mongering that has become it.
Meet Corrie and Pieter, the two brains behind Sydney Phobia Clinic. Fusing their backgrounds in VR and psychology, the duo is revolutionising phobia and exposure therapies and the place technology holds in mental health treatment.
Halloween is a day that celebrates the macabre, but it is the masks we wear that protect us from the ugliness of the world we see as normal.
We seem to be moving from common sense to fear as the national currency. If the Australia of our parents is truly dead, lets spent our inheritance wiser.
The last year of Obama’s presidency may turn out to be his most important, not for what he achieves, but for the lessons he leaves with us.
As our nation changes, where the division between church and government lies needs to be part of the conversation.
Waleed Aly’s call for empathy was noble but misguided, as the gaps in understanding are far deeper than he claims.
Cock-a-doodle-doo. What happened while you were asleep? Waleed Aly sided with Sonia Kruger, The Trump camp denies Melania’s plagiarism, and MaM is back!
Yesterday we saw both sides of the national response to racism. History shows that we don’t fear certain people, we fear everyone.
A new Mum has earnestly shared her experience about how she has battled the guilt and fear brought on by post-natal anxiety disorder.
After Trump’s call to ban all Muslims to the US barely dented his popularity, Mathew Mackie discovered that riding this Fear, he will be hard to stop.