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Journal Writing for Wellbeing

Journal Writing for Wellbeing Have you ever written a journal before? Some of us might’ve done it for a while during school as part of English class. For those of us who have done it during school, I’m sure it

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How to help a friend who has triggers

How to help a friend who has triggers

How to help a friend who has triggers The word “trigger” appears everywhere these days, but hardly ever in the context that is most important. People who have had past trauma, have a mental illness or even a phobia all

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The Art of Letter Writing

There is something so nostalgic about letter writing. It hearkens back to a time when there was no email, instant messenger or SMS. It was a simpler time – when we could convey our thoughts and feelings through handwritten sentiments

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How you can help someone with anxiety

How you can help someone with anxiety

Author: Sophie Phoon Anxiety is the most common mental health issue in the world. One in four Australians will experience anxiety at some stage of their life, and it is vitally important to have a strong support network around when

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7 Steps to Help Validate Someone

7 Steps to Help Validate Someone

Emotionally validating someone means demonstrating acceptance and understanding for their beliefs, values, emotions and actions without necessarily agreeing with them. This is a vital component of the human condition, as it allows individuals to feel heard, respected and understood. Most

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