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Mental Health Resources

Our mental health resources cover a wide range of topics, from wellbeing, emotional health and loneliness to rural health, positive mental health and more.

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How to survive a workplace bully

How to emotionally and professional survive a bully at work. Understand if you are being bullied at work, and what to do about it.

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Laughing for mental health – how cracking up can help

Laughter may not be a cure, but it can help.

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Common mental health concerns

Let’s take a look at some of the symptoms and available treatments of common mental health concerns.

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Most popular Kim O’Neill blogs of 2019

As the year draws to a close, it’s time to look back at some of the most popular Kim O’Neill blog topics and discussions we’ve had around social and mental health.

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line.

Most popular On the Line blogs 2019

As the year draws to a close it’s time to look back at some of the most engaging topics and information that have resonated within our community.

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Practising the ultimate kindness

Taking the time to practise kindness to ourselves is a key component of helping others.

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line.

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Perinatal anxiety and depression

Pregnancy and childbirth are times of intense emotions. How can you tell if you’re experiencing the “baby blues”, or something more serious?

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Women as community builders for rural mental health

Could the techniques of the International aid sector help us address rural mental health?

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line

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World mental health day | Suicide prevention

Organised by the World Federation for Mental Health, World Mental Health Day is observed every year on October 10. This year, the focus & theme of the day is Suicide Prevention. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is leading the charge with their campaign of ‘40 seconds of action’, in recognition of the fact that globally, someone loses their life to suicide every 40 seconds.

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Rallying around R U OK? Day

On the Line supports R U OK? day because it conveys a vital message; talking about our feelings and emotions is the best thing any of us can do.

By Kim O’Neill, CEO, On the Line