Rob taunted Police with the goal of ending his life. Having survived his attempted suicide and battle with depression he is using his story to highlight the reality of living with mental illness through his show “Shot Bro.”
Ezekiel is an incredible 21 year old who has dedicated his life to mental health advocacy. He has been recognised for his work on multiple occasions and received a Queens Young Leader Award from the Queen herself. We had the pleasure of first meeting Zeek at Mauranui cafe when we had the honour of sitting down the Duke and Duchess of Sussex.
In this episode Gen talks to Jazz about the release of her series, Jessica’s Tree. If you haven’t see it yet then make sure you head to www.jessicastree.com
In this episode Jazz and Gen talk to Jono about the loss of his friend to suicide, the important conversations that need to happen and why he believes men struggle to reach out for help.
Gen sits down with eating disorder survivor and recovery coach Millie Thomas to talk about her own individual journey and what she is doing now to help those fighting eating disorders.
Jazz and Gen talk to Brad about his career as a wakeboarder, the accident that changed his life and how he has got to where he is today.
In this episode Jazz and Gen chat to Jess Quinn about her cancer journey that lead her to the work she is doing today. Jess is a body image advocate on a mission to change the way media reports on re-touched imaging.
In this episode we talk to Melissa Grant; a mental health professional and mother to two teenage boys. We chat about 13 reasons why and how to best approach the subject of suicide with your teenager.
Jazz and Gen talk the beginnings of Voices of Hope, the failures, successes and answer your questions!