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Most popular blogs of 2020

As 2020 comes to a close we take a look back at the most viewed blog topics across the MensLine Australia website. If you need help with your mental health, anger management, family violence (using and experiencing), substance abuse, healthy relationships and wellbeing, MensLine Australia is here to help 24/7.

 

Mental fitness

Preventative action is a vital part of looking after your mental health. Here’s some tips on establishing a ‘mental fitness’ routine.

https://mensline.org.au/wellbeing-blog/mental-fitness/

 

Male stereotypes and the ‘Man Box’

We are all constantly bombarded with gender stereotypes, but a new study sheds light on the shifting attitudes of young men in the face of negative messaging about manhood.

https://mensline.org.au/wellbeing-blog/male-stereotypes-man-box/

 

Coping with relationship separation and divorce

Relationship separation and divorce are among the toughest life experiences people can face, but there are ways to manage the loss and get life back on track.

https://mensline.org.au/wellbeing-blog/coping-relationship-separation-divorce/

 

Resolving intimacy problems in a relationship

Intimacy is the ‘connectedness’ between two people. A problem with (or a lack of) intimacy may indicate a problem with the relationship.

https://mensline.org.au/wellbeing-blog/resolving-intimacy-problems-in-a-relationship/

 

What are the symptoms of a panic attack?

A panic attack is an occurrence of strong anxiety and fear (and accompanying physical reactions) that seems to happen without an obvious cause. Panic attacks are a result of our ‘fight or flight’ instinct engaging, without the threat of immediate physical danger being present.

https://mensline.org.au/wellbeing-blog/symptoms-of-a-panic-attack/

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