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Due to the global pandemic, many families and friends who live in different countries face the prospect of being separated from each other this festive season. Here, we talk to people in this position.
Meet Justin Lang, an avid cyclist, self-confessed MAMIL (middle-aged man in Lycra) and member of the Fatboys cycling group.
Feeling connected to others plays a key role in our mental health and wellbeing. Discover why connection is so powerful – and how you can have more of it in your life.
In this article, provided by Smiling Mind, we look at how mindfulness can help during the coronavirus outbreak.
In the second instalment of our series of articles exploring mindfulness and meditation, we look at common myths around meditation.
Mindfulness is about having full and mindful experiences in the present moment. Find out how.
Singing changed the life of soprano Tania De Jong. See how she’s helping people across Australia to find their voices too.
Neurological insights into how the brain processes stress suggests that stress can be a key element in the development of anxiety and depression.
Working overtime on a regular basis doesn’t guarantee increased productivity. Learn how to get work done without the long hours.
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