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  • Writer's pictureLachlan Stuart

"Our Church": Opening up the Conversation on Men's Mental Health - Matt Cornell & Adam Brand.

The Man That Can Project Podcast Episode #489

What do you get when two powerhouse Australian musicians, Adam Brand and Matt Cornell, come together for an inspiring new single and a heartfelt conversation on men's mental health with Lachlan Stuart, the host of The Man That Can Project podcast?

You get "Our Church" and an empowering episode that you don't want to miss.

Adam Brand & Matt Cornell - Our Church

As the world faced unprecedented challenges during the global pandemic, these two talented artists found strength in their friendship and weekly "church" catch-ups.

Our Church is different

Join them in episode #489 as they share their experiences with Lachlan Stuart and discuss the importance of vulnerability and effective communication in men's mental health.

For generations, men have often been conditioned to keep their emotions bottled up and not show vulnerability. Especially for Aussie males, it's been part of the culture to poke fun at each other's weaknesses, which can make it challenging for men to open up about their feelings.

However, as Adam Brand points out in conversation with Lachlan Stuart,

"When you feel like your mate who you're going to open up to will take it the right way and will support you through it, we will open up more, and that's what's beginning to happen."

Did you know that in Australia, men are three times more likely to die by suicide than women?

This shocking statistic highlights the urgent need for better communication and support systems for men.

Lachlan Stuart, Adam, and Matt dive deep into the topic of men's mental health, opening up about their own struggles, and how their weekly catch-ups became a lifeline.

Men's group Brisbane - The Man That Can Project

With over 50 million combined streams to their names, Adam Brand and Matt Cornell are more than just accomplished musicians. They are also advocates for mental health awareness and change-makers in the conversation surrounding men's mental health.

They discuss how the simple act of sharing their feelings with friends helped them navigate the challenges brought on by the pandemic.

Don't miss this opportunity to gain insight into the minds of these inspiring artists and learn about the power of vulnerability, support, and effective communication in addressing men's mental health issues.

As the world continues to grapple with the lingering effects of the pandemic, it's more important than ever to prioritize mental health and open up conversations around vulnerability and effective communication.

Let Lachlan Stuart, Adam Brand, and Matt Cornell's candid conversation inspire you to seek out your own support system and help break down the barriers that have held men back from discussing their emotions and struggles openly.

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