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Top ten strategies used by Australian men for optimal mental health

For optimum mental health, the men made distinctions between preventing the development of down or depressed moods and managing their moods during times of stress or adversity.

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Tips for developing emotional understanding with your child

It does not have to be mental health month to focus on our kid’s mental wellbeing, we should always be aware of the importance around managing our kids mental health. Here are some tips for developing emotional understanding with your child.

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Tips for dads living in isolation like FIFO dads

Here are some tips for dad’s currently experiencing isolation due to COVID, so may be FIFO dads, or dads affected by border closures.

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Importance of sleep and mental wellbeing

What we know about sleep is that sleep disruption is a key symptom of depression and mania. Poor sleep can trigger depression, anxiety disorder and burnout.

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Preventative steps for dads to manage mental health

Mental health refers to our psychological, emotional and social wellbeing - it is all about how we think, feel, and behave. Good mental health and wellbeing allows you to live your life in a positive and meaningful way and cope with life’s changes and challenges.

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Tips to support your child if they are being bullied online

Make sure they don’t respond. Responding to the bullying brings attention to it and can cause it to become worse.

How do I tell if my child is being bullied online?

It can sometimes be difficult to know if your child is being cyberbullied and as they get older it is less likely they will tell you.

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What is cyber bullying?

Cyberbullying is when a person or group of people keep doing things to someone online that make them feel hurt, upset or frightened and you cannot stop this from happening.

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Tips on supporting a child who is being bullied

Here are some tips on what you should advise your child to do if they are being bullied face-to-face.

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How to explain bullying to my child?

Bullying is when a person or group of people keep doing things to you that make you feel hurt, upset or frightened and you cannot stop this from happening. Bullying can happen online or offline.