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Positive change mindset: 5 ways to get back on track

Wondering about that bad habit, household project or promise you made to yourself? Maybe the one you started in January that you haven’t gotten around to yet? It’s never too late to get back on track.

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Helping a mate open up about his problems

You can tell something’s up with your mate. Maybe you can sense he’s been feeling down. Perhaps he’s been hitting the grog too hard. Or you’ve seen him lose it at a family member or co-worker? You know something’s not right. How do you get through to him?

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The (surprising) mental health benefits of singing

Singing isn’t just fun. It’s actually good for your mental health.

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8 self-care tips for when someone close is suicidal

A lot of excellent information out there explains how to support someone who is feeling suicidal. However, it’s easy to neglect your own care during such a difficult time.

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Getting better at mastering anger

Anger is a normal emotion that everyone experiences occasionally. In fact, it serves an evolutionary need in that it helps us deal with danger. However, anger becomes a problem when it starts to affect your relationships, your job and your general wellbeing and happiness. Thankfully, there are ways in which you can change your outlook on anger.

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Why you should talk it out after divorce or separation

Divorce and separation can bring to the surface difficult, raw and often unexpected emotions. Thankfully, there are healthy, non-destructive ways of dealing with these thoughts and feelings.

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7 ways to cope during divorce and separation

Difficult and unpleasant thoughts and emotions are a normal part of divorce and separation. Here are some ways to better cope and manage.

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Shift work and mental health

Working nights or irregular shifts? There are many ways in which you can improve your wellbeing, regardless of whether you’ve spent many years doing it or have just started.

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What does a panic attack feel like?

A panic attack is an episode of strong negative feelings characterised by intense fear and dread. The feelings can seem overwhelming and are often so vivid that they have physical symptoms.

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NQ Connect support for flood-affected Queenslanders

NQ Connect to provide free mental and social health support for flood affected Queenslanders.

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