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Scrolling their way to sleep: what every parent needs to know about kids, sleep and screens

26 March 2021

Today, parents face unprecedented challenges in ensuring their children enjoy a good night’s sleep – thanks to widespread bedtime tech use. So if your child struggles to get their Zzzs, you already

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Suspect that someone you love has an alcohol problem? Here’s how to support them.

23 February 2021

If you think a loved one could be addicted to alcohol, you’re probably experiencing all sorts of challenging emotions. But above all, you’re likely feeling confused on how best to support them – and

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How to revitalise your relationship in 2021

29 January 2021

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Typically, New Year’s intentions focus on health and fitness. Valid goals, yes.

But for all those couples out there, when was the last time you thought about setting an intention to improve your r

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How to your safeguard your mental health in times of financial stress

23 November 2020

If money has been a major stressor for you this year, you’re certainly not alone. For many of us, the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t just been a health crisis, but a financial one too. So how do you cope

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When overeating is a cause for concern: binge eating and lockdown

14 October 2020

Food, glorious food. It’s what keeps us going. But it’s more than just fuel for our bodies. It’s also satisfying, tasty – and oh-so-moreish. While most of us have found ourselves eating more while i

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How do we ask those around us if they’re okay – when faced with the unique challenges surrounding the pandemic?

21 September 2020

Each September, we use R U OK?Day to remind Aussies to check in with each other. But this year, thanks to the pandemic, we are surrounded by people going through all sorts of struggles. The isolated

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ASK CATHY: How to find hope when it all feels hopeless

13 August 2020

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Whatever your life looks like right now, you’re likely experiencing some extremes. Extreme anxiety. Extreme isolation. Extreme responsibilities. We’ve all got them. So no matter who you are – or wha

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How to get your kids back into the classroom with a smile – after lockdown

19 June 2020

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A Q&A on school refusal with Dr Peter Kyriakoulis

The pandemic has taken its toll on everyone – even our smallest members of society. So it’s understandable if your child isn’t over the moon about

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8 practical hints for beating the back-to-school blues

4 February 2020

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Was that the sound of the bell calling them back to school after weeks of summer break? While some will be jumping for joy – ready to hit the books, see their pals and meet their teachers, others wi

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Seeing the bright side: Q&A on positive psychology

5 December 2019

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Positive Psychology. You’ve probably heard this enticing term bandied about, but might have little understanding of what it actually means.

It sounds positive though, right?

But it’s not just abou

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