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We understand how important social health is to overall wellness, and we’ve compiled this tremendous Resource Directory to help you in the search for your best health. Enjoy these podcasts, videos, articles, courses, and more as you navigate the sometimes choppy waters of society, knowing that educating yourself will only serve you in your mental health journey!

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I Believe in the ACFB Fund! Do you?
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When no more options are available, that’s where the ACFB Fund plans to kick in. After answering a few basic questions and providing evidence of need, applicants are granted funding based on availability and need.
How to Find a Therapist in New Zealand
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Trying to find a therapist in New Zealand can often be a difficult task. Navigating the process can seem like a daunting, endless stream of waitlists and disappointment. Knowing where to look can make all the difference between finding a therapist or not.
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Try quick tips to calm a hyperactive child down during temper outbursts or unusually rowdy days. These calming tips are not novel to adults by any stretch.
Common Avoidable Causes of Stress
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Lack of organization is a major cause of stress. If you aren’t organized, you will be more prone to losing things, and then you will have stress when it comes to finding the things that you have lost. Lack of organization causes you to be late, or to miss appointments, or to have lots of things to do and no time to do them.
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Humor just feels good; it distracts us from our problems and promotes a lighter perspective. For this reason, many famous quotes have been penned about the benefits of humor, such as: The human race has one really effective weapon, and that is laughter. – Mark Twain
Not All Web Companies Deliver on Their Promises
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Our first red flag wasn’t the cost as much as it was the missed deadlines. They promised to help us shoot and edit a video for a funding application we were applying for.
Anger Management
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What is Anger? Anger is a secondary emotion. What is a secondary feeling? It is the emotion that others see, like sad, happy, surprised, Bad, Fearful and disgusted.
Random Acts of Kindness You Can Spread
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The world that we live in can feel both incredibly kind and incredibly cruel depending on where you look. As someone who has been lucky enough to experience immense kindness and vicious cruelty, I have been on both sides of this fence.
Ways You Can Naturally Reduce Depression Symptoms
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In this article we are going to discuss ways you can naturally reduce depression symptoms. But before we begin I want to start with a bit of a warning:If you have had recent thoughts of self-harm or suicide, please do not try to do this alone.
Treating Burnout by Identifying the Causes
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Burnout, left untreated can become severe and lead to suicidal thoughts, depression, and long term anxiety. Knowing the signs and what to do will go a long way in helping you stay healthy, happy, and mentally well.
What are the Main Benefits of Mental Health Support Groups?
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When it comes to dealing with mental health, today we have far more options than we did a few short years ago. The world has stopped treating mental health as an act of fiction, and today we recognise it as a deeply challenging issue for people of all walks of life.
Imaginary Audience: An In Depth Look
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As you’ll remember from my previous article defining egocentrism, the imaginary audience is a term used to describe human fascination in what others think of them.
Clinical Documentation in Therapy
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Today’s guest blogger comes highly recommended by Armani. Sarah Isaacs (aka @Sheologian) is an excellent therapist and personal friend. Earlier this week, in the midst of coverage of a particular harassment case, news broke that the victim’s therapist had turned therapy notes over to her university. The university showed her private therapy notes to her abuser.
17 Habits of Highly Productive People
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If you were to look at some of the visionaries of our day, you’d see that they all have some productive habits in common.
Coping With Stress in The Workplace
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No matter what you do for a living, it is easy to find stress in the workplace. Whether you work in a job that you know is too easy for you or you quite literally are living a dream passion, you will have stressful days. Even the most successful thespians, athletes, and musicians find days of immense and challenging stress. 
A Depression Metaphor – For The Unexperienced
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Those with lived experience of depression, know first hand the monster it can be. This is a depression metaphor for those lucky enough to not have this experience.
Fun Mindfulness Activities for Children and Teens
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Mindfulness can boost the quality of our lives in numerous ways. This article delves into both of these questions and includes plenty of activities for you to start using today.
Your Ultimate Life Coaching Tools Library
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In this post, we’ll outline some key psychological theories on which the practice of life coaching is based, recommend ten exercises and assessment tools for your practice, and give you tips for finding a suitable life coaching accreditation course.
Advanced Positive Psychology Coaching Skills
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No one is safe except maybe positive psychology practitioners. Maybe you’re already working in positive psychology and wondering how your job will stand up to the test of time, or what your growth opportunity will look like over your career.
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