With the world coming out of a pandemic, there is a lot of talk about its effects on people’s mental health. There is nothing that can prepare you for being put in isolation. It is not something we have experienced before. Most of Australia got things under control quickly and opened their economies months ago. […]
Being emotionally abused is often another way a physical abuser can subject you to abuse. But this is not always the case. Physical and emotional abuse do not always go hand-in-hand. There are situations emotional abuse can exist without the physical aspect. Remember, any type of abuse is never the fault of the person on
While bipolar disorder is usually diagnosed in older children and teenagers, children of all ages can suffer from it. So what is bipolar disorder? It causes severe mood swings from euphoric highs to the lows of depression. As all parents know, children’s moods and behaviour are unpredictable. How they feel and behave, and energy and
What are you going to do to take part in World Mental Health Day on October 10? Mental Health Week in Australia starts on this day with the entire month of October dedicated to mental health. This year’s theme is “Do you see what I see?” It is about challenging people’s perceptions around mental health.
So often we say or think we do not have time to exercise. There is not enough time in the day. Does this sound like you? Are you too busy to go for a walk? If so, you are missing out on so many health benefits. Good news. Make a slight change to your daily