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12 articles found for "10 - When the going gets tough"

Money and Mental Health

Money is one of our most common worries. Discover practical strategies to ease the strain and get on top of your finances.

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5 super-simple strategies for when you are running on empty

Feeling fatigued? The best way to recover can be to get back to basics. Discover 5 super-simple strategies for when you are running on empty...

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When you’re over it

Over it? If you experiencing one of those times where it all feels a little too hard, you are not alone. Discover 5 simple strategies to help turn things around.

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5 very good reasons to be optimistic

While times may be challenging right now, there are plenty of reasons to cultivate an optimistic outlook.

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7 (tiny) wonders of the world

Want to experience true wonder? We asked our readers to share the small wonders that bring them joy and connection. Discover how these tiny mindful moments can bring about a big shift.

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Real resilience – stories from Australia’s first responders

Unprecedented in scale, Australia’s 2019/20 bushfires presented extreme challenges for many first responders. We speak to NSW firefighters and paramedics about their personal experiences and most difficult days on the job. Find out what they encountered, what they are grateful for and what skills, strategies and actions they are making use of in recovering from these events.

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Mindfulness

1 mindfulness found for “10 - When the going gets tough”

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A golden moment

Regularly connecting with joy can help to maintain an optimistic outlook and become more resilient. In this mindfulness exercise you will focus on one of the most joyful moments of your life.

Events

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Mindful movement series

If your body could use a break, we invite you to take some time out

These sessions include simple stretches to release tension; mindful movements to rejuvenate and refocus; tips on how to engage mindfulness while stretching; and the tools to develop your own mindful movement sequence.

Exercise and mental health

Expert panel discussion

Join our panel of experts for a lively discussion on the physical and psychological benefits of movement and exercise

Understanding burnout and fatigue

Been pushing too hard for too long? Take a much-needed break from busyness and join us for some expert insights on fatigue and burnout

Discover effective self-care strategies and practical steps you can take to restore balance and wellbeing.

The power of self-compassion

Protecting against empathic distress fatigue

Dr Sadhbh Joyce explores the science of what happens in our brains when we engage self-compassion; how self-compassion practises protect against stress and empathic distress; compassion vs empathy, and recognising and understanding Empathic Distress Fatigue.

Books

6 books found for “10 - When the going gets tough”

Thich Nhat Hanh

Fear

When not held in the grip of fear, we can truly embrace the gifts of life. In this book, Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh explains how you can learn to identify the sources of pain

Bill Bailey

Bill Bailey’s remarkable guide to happiness

Look beyond the mumbo-jumbo of the wellness industry & discover what inspires joy & contentment. From mini golf to swimming in a glacial river, Bailey explores playful pursuits that can get you feeling good.

Leigh Sales

Any ordinary day

The day that turns a life upside down usually starts like any other, but what happens the day after? Dual Walkley Award-winner Leigh Sales investigates how ordinary people endure the unthinkable.

George Dawson & Richard Glaubman

Life is so good

Glaubman captures Dawson’s irresistible voice & view of the world – a slave’s grandson who learned to read at 98 & lived to 103 – offering insights into humanity, history, hardships, & happiness.

Martin McKenna

The boy who talked to dogs

An inspiration to anyone who’s ever been told he or she won’t amount to anything.

Tara Lal

Standing on my brother’s shoulders

A suicide loss survivor tells her story. When grief & insecurity threatened to engulf Tara following her brother’s suicide, the words he left behind in his diaries helped her find her reason to live.

Videos

11 videos found for “10 - When the going gets tough”

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Changing an unhealthy working environment

Negative talk about others within any organisation can greatly impact mental health. Swedish psychotherapist and workplace mental health consultant Glenn D. Rolfsen outlines a unique approach to help stamp out ‘backbiting’.

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Workplace Mental Health – all you need to know (for now)

In this relatable TED talk, Tom Oxley explores how work impacts our mental health and the powerful ways in which leaders and managers can support better mental health.

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What is Financial Counselling?

Facing financial difficulty? You don’t have to deal with it on your own. Discover what financial counselling is and the many practical ways it can help.

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Financial Abuse Support

Three women with lived experience of financial abuse discuss their personal experiences. They explain what happened in their situations before and during the abuse occurred. Participants in this video are speaking about the effects of financial abuse. If this video causes distress, you can contact 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732 or via the web chat to speak to a counsellor, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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Introduction: When the Going gets Tough

A brief introduction to ‘When the Going gets Tough’, the final session of the Mindarma program by Senior Psychologist Dr Sadhbh Joyce.

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10 minute mindful stretching for lower back (captioned)

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Senior psychologist and yoga teacher Casey O’Brien guides us through a 10 minute sequence aimed at releasing tension and tightness in the lower back.

Quotes

5 quotes found for “10 - When the going gets tough”

Before we can bounce back, we may first need someone to pick us up off the floor and put us back on the trampoline.

- Mindarma

It’s not what you say out of your mouth that determines your life, it’s what you whisper to yourself that has the most power.

- Robert T Kiyosaki

Rarely, if ever, are any of us healed in isolation. Healing is an act of communion.

- Bell Hooks

I have come to believe that caring for myself is not self-indulgent. Caring for myself is an act of survival.

- Audre Lorde

Daring to set boundaries is about having the courage to love ourselves, even when we risk disappointing others.

- Dr Brené Brown

Research

1 research found for “10 - When the going gets tough”

Self-care for nurses who care for others: The effectiveness of meditation as a self-care strategy

This study assesses the effect of meditation as a self-care strategy among Korean nurses.