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Help is Here

The Help is Here campaign provides information on support services available to anyone experiencing domestic and family violence, to help them access the support they need, when they need it.

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Feeling anxious is normal when you’re under pressure. You may be worried and feel nervous and uneasy. It is unpleasant, but those feelings usually pass once the event is over. For others, the anxious feelings do not go away easily. Understand anxiety symptoms and signs.

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Health Professionals

Information for health professionals. Understand how to support young men at risk of suicide, assessing the risk and safety for family violence and how to look after yourself when working with family violence.

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Anger is a basic human emotion and feeling angry is OK. It is how we respond to and express that anger that can cause problems. Expressing anger in an abusive, violent or negative way is unacceptable.

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Depression is an intense feeling of sadness that lasts for a long time, sometimes weeks, months or years. If you are depressed, it can start to interfere with your day-to-day life, wellbeing and physical health.

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Understand what causes stress, how stress management techniques work, how to live a happy work-life balance as well as gain an understanding into Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

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Respectful relationships

MensLine Australia Changing for Good caught up with Ken Nathan recently to discuss the importance of understanding and developing respectful relationships. We asked Ken to share learning’s from his Rules in Relationships program.

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Why am I so angry and what can I do about it?

From time to time we all get angry. It’s an absolutely normal response to have. But are there other times when you feel angry and you can’t really figure out why?

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Helping others manage anger

There are many ways to manage anger, including; mindfulness, meditation, breathing exercises or simply going for a walk to cool off when triggered. Other distractive activities include drawing, writing or playing sport. Here MensLine Australia’s Changing for Good speak with Ken Nathan about how we can help people to manage anger. Ken is the Founder and Director of Interventions Plus.

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Maintaining family harmony during times of crisis

Families may find their physical and mental health impacted by crisis. This can mean we are less focussed on how we relate to our partners, children or others in our family. However, it’s important we work to maintain harmony in our closest relationships, as they will likely be our biggest support through difficult times.

“A big thank you to the service for all the support. My father lives remotely with limited support and your service has helped him immensely.”
“Thank you for all the support. I was recently triggered by a situation and the counsellor helped me to cope.”
“Very grateful for all the help I have have been getting from your counsellors. I have been putting into practice everything your counsellors have been saying and it has been working.”