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14 quotes about manhood

Many of the famed quotes about manhood would be considered unhealthy now, but there’s still some gems out there. Here are just some of our faves.

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Work

Tips to manage your mental health while job hunting

Job hunting can be a stressful and uncertain time. Here are some tips explaining how to manage your mental health while looking for a new job.

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Significant days

Movember - tips for effective conversations with men

Movember has grown to become a well-recognised international event and a symbol of positive approaches to men’s health issues. Key to its success is the ability to talk about men’s health issues in accessible ways. Here are a few tips for more effective conversations with someone you care about.

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Self-help

Single session and multi-session counselling help

MensLine Australia provides single session services to all callers and online counselling users; and multi-session services to eligible clients. Understand how our counselling and support services can help you.

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Self-help

Looking after your mental health during COVID-19

Stress and anxiety can have a negative impact on your health – both in the short and long term. Learn how to look after your mental health during COVID-19.

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Self-help

Celebrities leading the charge on men's mental health awareness

More people are changing attitudes to men’s mental health & we have some prominent celebrities to thank. Here’s some of the guys raising their voice.

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Self-help

Protecting yourself and others online during COVID-19

It’s never been more important to stay virtually connected. Yet increased internet usage has seen a rise in cyber bullying, phishing scams, conspiracies and misinformation. Here we look at the current risks of engaging online, as well as ways to help others (particularly young people) combat these and stay safe online.

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Self-help

Queuing Theory - relating it 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. These same principles can be used in our daily lives to tackle many potential issues, tasks and responsibilities we all face.

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Self-help

The power of a good support network

Having a good support network is a vital tool in maintaining your mental health and wellbeing. As social creatures, our relationships and connections are a basic and core need, behind only physical and safety needs in importance.

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Self-help

How to cope with change

Get useful tools and strategies to help you cope with change and care for your mental health.

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What is

What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health disorder characterised by a repetitive cycle of obsessions (or perceived threats) and compulsions; which are behaviours intended to soothe the distress that accompanies the obsessions. Understand the obsessions, compulsions and how it is treated.

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Work

How to promote mental health at your work site

The suicide rate among young tradesmen is more than twice that of other men. Why isn’t mental health at work talked about more often?

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