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Research, insights and expert perspectives on the what, why, when and how of mental health and the deeper issues.
Everyone has an inner critic that likes to shine a spotlight on our faults. So what can we do to tame that sometimes negative internal voice?
Can’t stop checking your phone? What you can do to create balance in your phone checking habits.
Jill Stark asks the experts what to do on those days you just want to hide under the doona.
The behavioural patterns behind imposter syndrome and what you can do to overcome feeling like fraud.
“Over the years, I’ve diagnosed myself with everything from anthrax to zinc poisoning. None of it was real.”
Why do we get it? What’s going on in our brain? And how can we cope when it hits?
FIFO workers, and their loved ones, can be especially susceptible to workplace stress.
For so long in the world of professional sport, the word ‘mental’ has solely been followed by the word ‘toughness’. But the game is changing.
Forming over a million neural connections every second, the brain develops more in a person’s first five years than at any other stage of their life.
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