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Taking care of yourself at work

Most people work a 36-40 hour week, but there are also a lot of people who work more or less than that. Regardless of how much you work, it can still take a toll on your mental health.

Returning to work

Returning to work after a mental health issue can be daunting. You may have lost some of your confidence and aren’t sure what sort of reception you are going to receive when you return to work.

Managing workplace stress

It’s likely that at some point in your career you’ve had a stressful job, even if you love what you do. Work stress can be short term, like meeting a tight, important deadline, but if work stress becomes chronic and long term, something must be done.

Mental health week

This Sunday is World Mental Health Day and the start of Mental Health Week in Australia. The theme this year is Do You See What I See? It’s a campaign that challenges some of the stereotypes and perceptions of mental illness.


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Want to shift your view to a more positive place at work? Try this tip.

Someone’s family member suffers from depression.

Someone’s best friend suffers from an eating disorder.

Someone’s classmate suffers from suicidal thoughts.

Mental illness doesn’t discriminate and it affects more people than you think.

Always be kind. ❤️

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