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Experiencing Perinatal Depression and Anxiety

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While pregnancy can be the most beautiful journey for some parents, it can be one of struggles and difficulties for others. Perinatal depression and anxiety are common conditions for parents to develop during pregnancy and the early stages of parenthood. They are when a parent is the development of depression or anxiety during or immediately


Enhance Working from Home Productivity with Life Resolutions

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Life Resolutions- Work From Home in 2020 This year, the amount of people working from home has skyrocketed due to the pandemic. While some people find themselves being more productive under these new circumstances, others are struggling. So, Jodie Brenton and the Life Resolution’s team have compiled some strategies to help people to improve their


The Life Resolutions Team on Understanding and Addressing Trauma

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Life Resolutions help on Trauma Trauma is defined as the direct or indirect exposure to an adverse event which leaves lasting and uncontrollable effects. While humans and their brains are incredibly resilient and strong, when exposed to negative and painful experiences, the brain can be quite fragile, with these experiences often leading to trauma. Both


Coping with Social Isolation

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Life Resolutions on Social Isolation While time alone at home can often be relaxing and even therapeutic, many people struggle to cope when they are forced to spend extended periods of time alone. This struggle is becoming increasingly prevalent in Australia, and across the world, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the strict social isolation


Depression Counselling at Life Resolutions

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Depression is one of the leading mental health problems in Australia, with one in seven people having experienced depression at some point in their life, according to Beyond Blue. Depression can affect anyone, no matter their age, nationality, gender identity and socioeconomic status. Therefore, anyone struggling with depression must know that they are not alone


How to Identify and Manage Anxiety in Children

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Mary Magalotti- Anxiety in Children Just like adults, children can experience anxiety. The Australian Government reported that in 2015, 6.9% of Australians aged 4-17 experienced an anxiety disorder. Therefore, if you believe that your child may be suffering from anxiety, it is essential to remember that you are not alone. Anxiety is an extremely prevalent


Accepting and Dealing with Change

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Change is inevitable, and a part of life and the human experience. However, many people struggle to cope with the changes they experience throughout their life, and when sudden life events occur, their inability to manage this change in a healthy way can grain on their mental health and manifest in a range of psychological


With Life Resolutions Overcoming Familial Issues During Lockdown

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Life Resolutions on Understanding Family Matters No family is without its fair share of issues and disagreements; this is part of the family dynamic. Especially during lockdown, when families are cooped up together under one roof, having to work and study from home, with all the added stress and pressure associated with living through a


How to Reduce Stress

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Life Resolutions on Dealing with Stress Stress is a universal experience, and everyone feels it from time to time – although some far more than others. While stress is not a mental illness in and of itself, severe and ongoing stress is a major risk factor to developing other mental, emotional and physical illnesses. For


How to Identify Disordered Eating

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Eating disorders are a prevalent mental illness and can manifest in many ways. While partaking in disordered eating patterns may not feel like you are harming your body in the moment, it can have severe ramifications on your health. Therefore, it is integral that eating disorders are identified and treated as soon as possible to