Hello Mad World friends!
We just wanted to say a big thank you for your interest in the Mad World online project. We've had some amazing responses and feedback, and some really interesting questions put to the Mad World team.
On the 27th of November we hosted a small live Mad World event where we discussed all things parental mental health and the process of creating the Mad World site. Together we brainstormed on some of the provocations posted on the infrequently asked questions (IAQs) page of the site and engaged in some really brave conversations.
The Mad World team has been reflecting on all the questions submitted on the site and we will be posting some of those thoughts on the IAQs page in the coming days.
The Mad World website will remain online for another month before it will disappear from the world wide web.
Thanks again to everyone who has taken an interest and engaged in this important conversation, let's continue to connect meaningfully with one another and share the love into the new year.
From the Mad World team.
This is an online showcase of different perspectives on mental health, created by those with lived experience and the Satellite Foundation. Using different mediums, we share stories of the funny and the sad, the happy and the mad, when navigating the complex world of mental health.
We invite you to spend some time here. After exploring this site we welcome your thoughts, feelings and reflections to contribute to this ongoing conversation.
Strap in, listen up, get uncomfortable and get curious.
To enter the Mad World click on the tiles below in no particular order
We would like to acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the Land on which we work and live. We pay respect to Elders past, present and emerging of the Kulin Nation and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
We acknowledge and thank the participants of It's A Mad World. Without your voices, your honesty, your insights and the utterly delightful connections, laughter and support that filled our evenings chatting this would not have been possible. You are warriors of change. I hope the world 'sits in it', listens and bravely responds.