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"A journal provides the opportunity to reflect on the way we are, have been, or want to become as we live, love and lead"
- Jo

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The importance of emotions

"The emotions do not deserve being put into opposition wth "intelligence". The emotions are themselves a higher order of intelligence. " - O.

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How our judgement and criticism of others harms and hides us

About an hour after posting a message on the Coles Facebook page in support of their decision to withdraw advertising on 2GB radio, I received a phone call from a private number.

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Why gender based stereotypes are risky for men

I woke this morning to the news of Chris Cornell’s death. It’s devastating to hear that this talented musician, one of the great architects of the grunge music scene ended his own life.

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How mum's can manage stress

The modern world demands much of a Mum. It asks that she perform her role at work as if she has no responsibilities outside of it.

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What are the biggest mistakes we make when creating change in our life?

Summer is almost over. The world has completed New Year celebrations too. Throughout many would have made optimistic promises and resolutions. You may have started the year with the energy and drive to pursue your most idealistic aspirations.

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How to start making a change to your wellbeing

Continuing the series on change, I invited Dr Claire Richardson from Chadstone Region Osteopathy to share her thoughts on change. Claire and her partner Shaun Richardson are the resident osteopaths at The Health and Wellbeing Studio.

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What to do when self-doubt gets in the way of creating change

Change is a constant. Throughout our lives some changes are normal and expected and others are unexpected. Sometimes the tools we have in our toolkit for life don't suit the present challenges.

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Mental Health Week and beyond: How can you improve your mental health and wellbeing?

It was mental health week last week. Around Melbourne (and I’m sure further afield too) events to raise awareness were hosted by numerous organisations.

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Something personal....

Not so long ago my life was really different.   I was a senior leader with a global blue chip company. I did interesting work.

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What do you say to someone who is struggling?

Supporting someone who is struggling is difficult. What do you say to someone who is not ok?

Should we encourage others to “always look on the bright side of life” when they are struggling? New research suggests perhaps not.

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