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Source: unsplash.com For many of us, relationships are a source of comfort, happiness, and well-being. And that’s precisely how healthy relationships should feel. However, that doesn’t mean it’s smooth sailing all the way. In fact, each and every couple will

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Source: pexels.com Given that there are nearly 322 million depression sufferers worldwide, it’s obvious that now, more than ever, we need to be mindful of our mental health. [1] But how can we prevent depression when we’re constantly under pressure to

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Each of us is going to go through difficult moments in life. Whether it’s the death of a loved one or an ugly breakup, the hardships that we sometimes face can have a significant impact on our overall sense of

The post Easing Depression: 5 Creative Things You Can Do appeared first on Counselling in Melbourne.

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Have you ever felt like you couldn’t silence that constant ‘nose’ in your head? Do you tend to feel restless and ‘fidgety’ every time you try to relax? Perhaps you’re so overwhelmed by your daily to-do list that you barely

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Mood swings are a relatively common phenomenon. On an average day, humans go through a wide array of emotions that can influence their overall sense of well-being. In fact, there are hundreds of biological, psychological, and environmental factors that can

The post Mood Swings: What is Normal and What is Not? appeared first on Counselling in Melbourne.

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Statistically, depression is among the most common mental health disorders, affecting millions of people of all ages from around the world. But the worst part is that the younger generation seems to be the most vulnerable group. Teenage girls, especially,

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For some of us, losing those few extra kilo’s can prove more challenging than we think. And that’s because food is more than just our source of nutrition. In fact, there’s an entire psychology behind our everyday eating habits. The

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Over the last decades, the concept of ‘work-life balance’ has gained massive popularity among researchers and HR managers. In our current social and economic context, achieving balance between your personal and professional life is one of the keys to robust

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Loving someone in the grip of addiction isn’t easy. It’s hard to make a relationship work when your partner is emotionally unavailable and behaviourally unstable. On top of that, seeing your partner ruin his/her personal, social, and material well-being on

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Have you ever experienced a moment of intense anxiety that seemed to have hit you out of nowhere? Your heart was pounding out of your chest, your vision was getting blurry, and you were feeling entirely overpowered by a sensation

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