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Posts tagged with: feel good about yourself

Walk for Awareness is an event that involves bringing people together in a friendly environment where the issues of mental health can be discussed openly with friends, family and supportive...
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When it feels like there's a lot of negativity, take time to focus on the good things that happened in your day - and try notice the small things! #LookAfterYourMentalHealthAustralia...
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This Friendly February Action Calendar has daily suggested actions to do throughout February 2020 to bring happiness to others and improve your relationships. Pass on to others and help...
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Thank you to Headspace for their recent blog article giving tips on how to get (and stay) motivated.  As they explain, different people find motivation in their own way –...
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“Waiting until you “feel” like doing something is like putting the cart before the horse. Don’t rely on feelings, rely on Values. Let them be your motivation”  ...
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Angry Teens Teenagers, like all of us, get angry.  Often, while they are angry, they do things that hurt, disappoint and frustrate us.  And so sometimes our response is to try to...
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The Happiest Homeless Man in London The happy and homeless man named Race C Calmer. His goal is to make people smile, with his legendary motto ‘Don’t worry, be happy...
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This entertaining animation illustrates the 3 happiness myths that we have been led to believe, involving our thoughts and feelings....
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Neuroscientists Strongly Recommend That You Visit The Beach Regularly. We all know that spending time outdoors is good for you on both a physical and mental level, but the benefits...
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“Be a Mate shut down Hate” School is back and unfortunately this brings up the topic of bullying amongst school children of all ages.  It is important to let your...
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