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beyondblue
12/02/2016 at 05:17. Facebook
2016 has been a bit of a rollercoaster. As we approach the final stretch, it’s a great time to reflect on your journey and recognise your achievements – regardless how small they may seem.

Facing setbacks while managing a mental health condition can be disappointing, but they’re bound to happen. Staying well is about finding a balance that works for you. Be patient, take small steps and...
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11/30/2016 at 05:15. Facebook
We know studying, tests and exams can be an incredibly stressful time for young people – it’s a natural response when you’re under pressure. However, it can be difficult to know if a young person is just going through a rough patch or whether there might be something more going on – like anxiety or depression.

If these feeling of stress and anxiousness last for a long period of time – or you...
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Know a young person going through a stressful time?

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beyondblue
11/29/2016 at 06:16. Facebook
Our CEO is a bit of a legend. In the (almost) three years Georgie has led beyondblue, we’ve achieved some pretty amazing stuff. National campaigns to tackle racism and stigma. Cutting-edge research. Advocacy to end insurance discrimination. A national roadshow zigzagging across Australia, raising awareness of anxiety, depression and suicide. The list goes on.

Now she’s joined 150 other...
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2016 Impact 25 Awards | Vote for beyondblue CEO Georgie Harman

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Today on Go Home On Time Day, the message is pretty simple; work your hours and leave when you’re supposed to. But if you’re among the 50 per cent of Australian employees doing regular unpaid overtime, chances are there’s some compelling reasons you don’t find it so simple.

This year, we’re urging employers and employees to take some small steps together towards achieving a more mentally...
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In light of today being Universal Children’s Day, our Families Project Manager asked his daughter what makes her happy. While we can’t build houses out of rainbows, we can help build children’s self-esteem and resilience – helping them deal with difficult times and maintain a positive outlook on life.

Research shows that half of all mental health conditions emerge by age 14, which is why...
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Sharing your story can be an opportunity to let go of negative thoughts and feelings. Being open about your mental health breaks down stigma and encourages others to reach out for support they need.

We created this album to share personal stories from people all over Australia. Recovering from a mental health condition, or providing support to someone else, has many challenges, but hope,...
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Being mindful — focusing your attention on the present moment — can help you increase wellbeing and build resilience to deal with difficult or challenging situations.

Practising mindfulness can also help build and strengthen your relationship with your baby by allowing you to connect with yourself, your child and your partner. Our #MindTheBump App, co-created with the wonderful team at...
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13-19 November is Perinatal Depression and Anxiety Awareness Week. This year we’re asking mums to visit our new Healthy Families website to check how they’re travelling.

Up to one in seven women experience depression following childbirth and one in ten experiences depression during their pregnancy. If you feel like you are struggling, our mental health quiz for new mums is a great place to...
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When it comes to kindness, giving allows you to also receive. Being kind creates a sense of connection and meaning, which are important for mental health and wellbeing. Even if you’re not in a position to give, the smallest act — a smile and a compliment or holding a door — can brighten someone’s day as well as your own. And since today is #WorldKindnessDay, there couldn't be a better time to...
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Five ways helping others can help you

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Remembrance Day is an important reminder for everyone in Australia to not only reflect on sacrifices made by past and present defence personnel, but also offer support to those who may be traumatised by the psychological effects of war.

Today, we’re encouraging all of you to take an extra minute to reach out to someone that may be going through a tough time. And if it’s a particularly...
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Does this look familiar? You don’t need to be a yoga expert to keep your thoughts at bay.

If you have constant worries, obsessive thoughts or you jump to conclusions, it could be anxiety – the symptoms aren’t always that obvious. But the good news is that in addition to wellbeing options, there are a range of treatments to arm you with the tools to tackle life pressures with confidence,...
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Hobbies and enjoyable activities can often serve as an ‘outlet’ for people managing a mental health condition. For Matthew Gillett, painting was his. After going through periods of depression and anxiety Matthew “found instant solace in getting the inside out onto the canvas," and says, "the more I painted the better I felt."

What’s your outlet? It can be anything that brings you into the...
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While we know that what we eat impacts our physical health, the link between quality of diet and the risk of mental health conditions isn’t as commonly talked about. Recently, HuffPost Australia spoke to health experts about this link finding that a balanced diet can play a key role in both the treatment and prevention of mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. And healthier food...
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Diet And Mental Health: The Strong Link We All Need To Know

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Occupational Health and Safety Officer, Jonathan Miles, understands what it’s like to experience mental health difficulties. He’s also witnessed them in loved ones; “I lost a cousin to suicide, there’s nothing quite like that to make you take your own mental health seriously.”

Last year Jonathan was a part of beyondblue’s Movember team – ‘beyond-the-Mo’ – growing a moustache in support of...
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Want to check in with someone but you’re concerned about saying the wrong thing or making the situation worse? Perhaps it’s a young person or friend currently going through exams – or a loved one who doesn’t seem themselves lately?
It can be difficult to know what to say or do when someone you care about may need support – especially if they might not want to talk about it yet. But checking...
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Being resilient means having the ability to cope with ups and downs and bounce back from the challenges that life throws at you. And it’s never too young to start developing these skills to help you deal with difficult times and maintain a positive outlook on life :)

It’s natural to want to protect children and young people from negative experiences – especially if you’ve gone through...
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Whatever your definition of a family is – whether you’re a parent, guardian, grandparent, a favourite uncle or an awesome auntie, life can chuck all sorts of stuff at you. And it's ok to not have all the answers.

Our new website ‘Healthy Families’ gives you the information, knowledge and confidence to support the wellbeing of the young people in your life – as well as promoting your own good...
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