Being Dad - Brett Kimmorley
As tough dads go, Brett Kimmorley has to be one of the toughest we have ever met.
Not just as an NRL football player who refuses to give up but as a dad who has had his resilience tested pretty much to the max.
Brett has 4 daughters who he parents alone, after his wife Sharnie died of brain cancer in 2017.
Alex chats to Brett about how the ups and downs of his career, helped him deal with the devastating loss of the mother of his kids.
If you are dealing with a bereavement or just struggling with Being Dad and need help please take a look at the resources we have put below:
GriefLine - 1300 845 745
LifeLine Loss and Grief - 13 11 14
Calvary - Palliative Care Specialists
if you are struggling coping and need help, take a look at the resources below:
Lifeline Australia Crisis Support & Suicide Prevention. Call For Immediate Support. Empowering Australians to be Suicide-Free Through Connection, Compassion & Hope.
Call 13 11 14
Dads in Distress Call Dads in Distress 1300 853437 or (+61 2) 6652 8113
Panda supports men, women and their families who are suffering from perinatal anxiety or depression.
Call 1300 726 306
Black Dog Institute is a not-for-profit facility for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder.
Beyond Blue Provides Support And Information On Anxiety, Depression And Suicide
Call 1300 22 4636
Mensline provide free 24/7 help, support, referrals & counselling services for men via telephone, online and video.
Call 1300 789 978
Mental Health Plan How to get your 10 sessions with a psychologist via the GP.
DadsGroup Inc (DGI) is a not-for- profit community organisation committed to connecting new dads, thereby improving men's health.
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