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Learn about the new tool that gathers practical resources to support Indigenous Peoples social and emotional wellbeing.
Nearly a year ago, I made the tough decision to quit drinking after coming to the realisation that it was controlling every aspect of my life.
Why do we get it? What’s going on in our brain? And how can we cope when it hits?
At some point in their lives, more than 500,000 people in Australia will experience depression and substance abuse at the same time.
When a hangover collides with anxiety, the result can be a rough time. Here are some tips for getting through it.
Some helpful tips on controlling your emotions when the anger train rolls in.
Everyone will experience moments of sadness this year. Around one million will also experience depression. So, what’s the difference?
Tactics that will help you be there for someone who needs support, even if they don’t want to admit it.