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Resilience helps you cope with life’s ups and downs. With the right strategies, you can bounce back when things go wrong.
When Noel Braun lost his wife of 42 years to suicide, all colour in his life seemed to evaporate. But in the midst of despair, he has found purpose.
Western Bulldogs footballer Lin Jong on the AFL’s COVID-affected season and his mental health journey.
In this article, provided by Smiling Mind, we look at how mindfulness can help during the coronavirus outbreak.
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?
While post-exam angst is not a great feeling, the experience can certainly help build resilience.
I start every day off being grateful that I have woken up and get to have a crack at another day.
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.
You don’t need to be directly involved in a tragedy to feel its effects.
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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