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mental health

Two women asking R U OK?

Are you really ok?

If someone asks "R U OK?" this week, would you be able to respond honestly? Learn how to become more aware of your emotions and better manage your own mental health.
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Building a better house

Many assume having faith in God will protect us against depression. But does the God of the Bible really promise that?
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How to avoid toxic positivity

Expecting to be happy all the time comes with a plethora of side-effects. Maybe learning to live with unhappiness is the key?
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A mind at war in peacetime

When you discover that the only thing you have left is faith in God, you fervently wish that your faith doesn’t end up poisoning your soul.
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Pets: Our help for a better life

Dogs are often called "man's best friend"—but it isn't just canines. Genia Ruscu highlights the benefits that pets can have in your everyday life.
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Why it’s worth asking “R U OK?”

Mental health is now talked about more than ever, but there is still stigma. This personal story helps break down misconceptions.
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Secrecy, shame and integrity: The struggle of being a celebrity

The recent death of television presenter Kylie Jay has highlighted once more that even celebrities are not immune from hidden health struggles. So why is it something we find so difficult to discuss?
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Back From The Brink: A Doctor’s Struggle With Depression

Suicide among doctors is at epidemic proportions. What is going wrong and what can a medical professional do to pull them- selves back from the brink?
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The unspoken epidemic

Film review: The Girl on the Bridge.
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Eating healthier for anxiety and depression

New research is showing that our mental health can be strongly influenced by the quality of our diet.
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Your ally against debt and poverty: the Church

So many families are struggling financially, drowning in debt with no rescue in sight. Could the solution be as close as the church down the street?
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Dealing with anxiety

Yes, anxiety is a real medical condition. But there are practical strategies and solutions that work.