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  • Four of your top workplace stressors

    Sometimes workplace issues seem so beyond our control that we feel powerless to confront them. But it doesn’t have to be that way. We took a few of your workplace issues to our Indigo psychologist, Anthea, for some advice on how to take control of your mental health while at work.
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  • Why we get so offended online

    The internet can be a pretty grubby place. Anyone who’s ever copped online flack can attest to that (myself included, when a vid I made went viral and people told me they wish I’d got hit by a bus). With the cloak of anonymity and the benefit of convenience, people can say mostly whatever they like, whenever they want, to whomever is there.
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  • How to get through a difficult Mother’s Day

    With Mothers Day approaching, it’s a great excuse to celebrate the incredible women in our lives who have helped raise and support us. However, for many of us, Mother’s Day might not be the easiest day to get through, and can bring with it feelings of sadness and loss.
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  • 20 Little Ways to Feel More Connected

    Despite the fact we’re told we live in a society that’s more connected now than ever before, so many of us suffer from feelings of disconnection. These feelings can inflame our depression and anxiety and make us feel like withdrawing within ourselves more and more.
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  • The Best Therapy Memes & Tweets

    So meme culture has taken a serve at therapy and we have to say, we are amused. So often, people are turned off the idea of chatting to a therapist because they are under the illusion of what therapy will be like – something heavy, Intense, serious, scary. And sure, sometimes it can be. But other times it can be curious, a bit weird and even funny!
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  • Six Steps to Smart Self Care

    We’re living in an exciting time where self-care is getting some much needed time in the spotlight. Unfortunately, plenty of brands and companies are co-opting it to help sell expensive skincare products and kombucha (which, I won’t argue, is delicious – change my mind.)
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  • Surfing the tide of a wild mind

    Being diagnosed with a mental health disorder can be scary. It can leave you feeling trapped and hopeless. Writer and friend of The Indigo Project, Jonno, knows this all too well. Here, he shares his story of being diagnosed with a mood disorder, and how a remarkable meeting with gutsy surfer-entrepreneur Grant Trebilco, helped him feel differently about his condition.
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