Library turns spotlight on men’s mental health

Stories of darkness and hope have been shared in a new book which will be the focus of an in conversation event at Logan Central Library on February 4.
Author Kerrie Atherton will discuss her new book about men’s mental health at a library event on February 4.

The real-life stories of 15 men captured in a new book will be shared at Logan Central Library next month.

Lightbulb Moments Through The Eyes of Men has been compiled by counsellor and long-time mental health advocate Kerrie Atherton, as the third book in her Stories of HOPE series.

The men featured share their stories of darkness and hope.

The free Logan Central Library in-person event with Ms Atherton will run from 2pm to 3.30pm on Saturday, February 4.

Also participating in the conversation will be Daisy Hill resident Justin Geange, from Mates in Construction, which aims to reduce the high level of suicide among Australian construction workers.

Mr Geange featured in Ms Atherton’s second book Resilient People, Remarkable Stories.

Jason Dasey, from Radio Logan 101FM, has written a powerfully worded foreword for Ms Atherton’s latest book and will be the in conversation MC.

The event will also be live-streamed.

Bookings are essential for the both the in-person and the live stream event and can be made via

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