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Relating queuing theory to everyday life

Queueing theory is the mathematical study of data from queues used to determine waiting times and improve service flow through a system. And it can be relatable to you!

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Managing trigger events

There are numerous potential triggers for us to get angry. So, why is it, that sometimes we experience a trigger event and feel really angry, yet we can experience the same trigger event another time and it doesn’t impact us?

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Decision making principles

In life there are essentially four decision making principles that give us an idea about how much influence we can have in different situations. These four principles are: Given, Input, Negotiate and Self.

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Accessing ongoing support from Changing for Good

Men who have completed a men’s behaviour change program and want to get extra support in their efforts at change can ‘self-refer’. Just call on 1300 015 120 and leave a message with your name and contact details and one of the team will follow up with you.

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Time Out

Time-out is a process that works for many people to help them calm down by temporarily removing yourself physically from an anger-provoking situation and returning a short time later.

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Why kids just need your time and attention

Do you ever hear parents exclaim “Back in my day…” in relation to the difference between how they were raised and how their children are being brought up? Perhaps you too notice differences between the way you were raised and the way you are raising your child?

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Welcome to Changing for Good

Perhaps just being here is a sign you are ready to make some changes. Recognising your behaviour and committing to change is a big step. We are here to support you as you commit to building relationships without violence.

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For support in maintaining change and building violence-free relationships,
contact Changing for Good to find out how we can help.

Simply call to leave your details or download the expression of interest form and email it to us.