Psychology

Take time out and avoid the stresses of the silly season – here’s how

If the silly season is feeling a bit overwhelming it may be time to carve out some alone time. Solitude […]

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Do you have a healthy personality?

How healthy is your personality? Researchers have identified a healthy personality prototype in a recent study. In general, the researchers […]

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Do you suffer from social jet lag?

If you have different sleep patterns on the weekend than you do during the week you may be suffering the […]

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Feel less depressed by limiting social media use to just 30 minutes a day

Social media use increases depression and loneliness, new study finds. While the link between the two has been talked about for […]

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How selfies are lowering your self-esteem

Frequent viewing of selfies through social network sites such as Facebook is linked to a decrease in self-esteem and life […]

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Singing helps build communication and confidence in people with neurological conditions

The Cantabrainers Choir is a choir for people with neurological conditions, such as Stroke and Parkinson’s Disease. Its purpose is […]

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Things you can say to support someone feeling down

Actor and co-founder of mental health charity, Livin, Sam Webb shares his tips for reaching out to someone who may need […]

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Conversations about autism: Dad’s reveal their experiences parenting children on the spectrum

Dads from all walks of life open up about their experiences parenting children on the autism spectrum in a newly […]

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Tetris could be the key to easing your worried mind

Listen up all you fans of 80s video game Tetris. A new study suggests losing your mind, and thoughts, in […]

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How to shake off the Sunday night blues

 76% of workers say they get the Sunday night blues, fretting about their working week instead of enjoying the last […]

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Putting the “awe” back in “awesome”

A true definition of awe relates to an overwhelming feeling of reverence, admiration or fear. We need awe, real awe, in our […]

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4 activities you should be doing to help boost your memory

Everyone has moments of forgetfulness from time to time, especially when life gets busy – but there are natural ways […]

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5 ways to bond with your baby and why

A parent’s bond with their baby means everything. It’s that feeling of unconditional love and unbreakable attachment so unique to the […]

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Get exam-ready with these surprising hacks

As approximately 70,000 students have begun their HSC exam across NSW, and other students start preparing for end-of-year exams, here […]

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Employment & relationships key to addiction recovery

New research suggests that environments that foster good relationships and a sense of purpose are important when it comes to […]

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Australia is failing those with mental illness – damning new report

A new report paints a grim picture of the treatment of Australians with mental illness issues received in emergency departments. […]

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Coming to terms with the pain of pregnancy loss

70 per cent of women experiencing miscarriage and early pregnancy loss lack support and are left alone with their grief. […]

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Ooze confidence, not arrogance – here’s how

Socially, there’s a fine line between confidence and arrogance, but how do you strike that perfect balance and convey confidence? […]

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Lady Gaga gets tough on suicide and mental health

Lady Gaga has penned a hard-hitting piece tackling depression, anxiety and suicide. Lady Gaga and Dr Tedros Adhanom, director general of […]

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Give your mood a boost by baking more of these recipes

4 ways baking can improve your mental health. Former Great British Bake Off judge Mary Berry once said, “If you’re […]

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Australia and New Zealand champion mental health reforms

Australian and New Zealand are taking strides to right the wrongs of mental health care. Mental illness and suicide are […]

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Billionaires best kept secrets on being healthy, wealthy and wise

When it comes to being successful, these five celebs will tell you that maintaining healthy habits is top priority. Mark […]

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Are your antidepressants causing you severe side effects? You are not alone

More than half of all patients who come off their antidepressants experience potentially serious withdrawal symptoms that can last for […]

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Limiting your child’s screen time is better for their cognition – new study

Limiting kids’ recreational screen time to less than two hours a day, along with sufficient sleep and physical activity, is […]

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