Browsing Category Depression

Tips For Challenging The Feeling That You Aren’t “Good Enough”

April 30th, 2018 @

Many people feel that they are not “good enough”, But there are things we can do about this rather than just accepting it. Realise that this feeling is just a feeling and is not an objective fact. Avoid negative self-talk. You can train yourself to identify negative thoughts as they occur Learn to challenge your […]

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Category : Anxiety & Blog & Depression & Happiness & Mood & Self Esteem

An Alternate View of Stress

February 19th, 2018 @

Is stress permeating through every aspect of your life? Are you feeling overwhelmed by the responsibilities of work, home and social life? Is stress getting in the way of living the life you want? Perhaps you’re not alone. Feeling stressed is an automatic human response to an external threat. When our brain senses danger, the […]

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Category : Addictions & Blog & Depression & Featured & Mood & Parenting & Stress Reduction & Workplace

5 Ways to Face the Dreaded ‘L’ Word.

December 18th, 2017 @

Let me ask you this….. How many Facebook friends do you have? How many utility friends do you have? And finally how many real friends do you have? There is a quiet, health epidemic spreading across the Western world right now and the word begins with ‘L’. Unfortunately it’s not love but loneliness. We all […]

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Category : Blog & Communication & Depression & Lonliness & Mood & Relationships & Stress Reduction

Could Anger Be Hiding Your Depression?

October 31st, 2017 @

You’ve spent the weekend away visiting your parents. The drive home was long and stressful because of all the crazy drivers on the road. It’s late, you’re tired and using your last bit of energy to unpack the car. While you were away you purchased a new rug for the living room. Your partner goes […]

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Category : Blog & Communication & CoupleStuff & Depression & Men and Anger & Relationships

Is Pphubbing Affecting Your Relationship?

October 14th, 2017 @

You wake in the morning, what’s the first thing you and your partner do? Cuddle up to each other or reach for your smart phones to check texts, Twitter or respond to emails? When you’re having dinner together how often are you sneaking a few sly glances at incoming alerts? And what’s last thing you […]

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Category : Blog & Depression & Procrastination & Relationships & Self Esteem & Stress Reduction

The Immigration experience can be stressful

November 4th, 2016 @

Are you an immigrant? Do you or your family feel that you don’t “fit in” ? Are you struggling or floundering to “find your feet” in Australia? It may surprise you to hear that these issues are not uncommon for immigrants. Australian culture and society view the migration experience, something like this: “We are all […]

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Category : Blog & Depression & Happiness & Immigration & Parenting & Relationships