If you are worried that someone is in imminent danger call 000. Stay with them until help is arranged.
When someone is expressing that they want to harm themselves, it is important to take it seriously.
People who are kind and generous have a greater sense of wellbeing, more positive emotions, better mental and physical health and greater life satisfaction1.
This is regardless of external circumstances such as wealth, health an
Everyone enjoys a good laugh.
Beyond simple enjoyment, there are numerous physical and psychological health benefits to laughing. And better still, it doesn’t matter what causes you to laugh; the benefits remain.
Everybody gets angry from time to time, but how you respond to your anger can make an enormous difference.
Displays of anger in the workplace can cause significant distress for the recipient and can lead to disciplinary action for the
The practice of mindfulness has been linked by a growing body of research1 with improved mental and physical wellbeing.
Specifically, practicing mindfulness has proven benefits for people suffering from chronic pain, fibromyalgi
Domestic violence (DV) affects 470,309 Australian households each year1.
The personal distress of DV is hardly captured by figures indicating 89 deaths in 2008-10; and 6,500 hospital admissions in 2013-142. Without including pain, suf
Eating well is not about strict dietary limitations, staying unrealistically thin, or depriving yourself of the foods you love.
Eating well is about feeling well, enjoying things you love and and optimising your overall health and wel