10 things you can do to make a difference in the work place…

(1) Talk openly about mental health. (2) Share your own personal experience of a mental health condition [if you feel comfortable doing so] (3) Encourage open communication when problems arise and help to find solutions. (4) Respect other people and celebrate difference. (5) Be open to learning about mental health conditions and other people’s experiences. (6) Respect the privacy of others. (7) Be a positive role model – be genuine in your actions and promote the kind of culture that inspires people to do their best. (8)  Speak up if you see instances of bullying – harassment or discrimination. (9) Cooperate with workplace policies and procedures and support initiatives aimed at improving mental health in the workplace. (10) Understand how your workplace can support you and how you can access help if you need it. This information was provided by:- Heads Up ...

5 Ways to get Along ….

We all have moments within our relationships were communication becomes difficult or perhaps even non existent especially if you have teenagers. The responsibility on providing for a family and being there to meet everyone’s needs can become overwhelming. Here’s 5 helpful ways to get along…. (1) Understand that everyone is different (2) Be Humble (3) Learn how to say “I’m not always right” (4) Stop trying to change people ‘Leave that to God’ (5) Always believe the Best Joyce Meyer link  Who We Are Joyce Meyer Ministries is a Christian-based non-profit organization that’s financially supported by contributions from friends and partners of the ministry. What We Do Through the teachings and calling God has given to Joyce, Joyce Meyer Ministries is dedicated to sharing God’s love and the life-changing message of the Bible with the world through TV, radio, various media productions, live conferences and this website. SHARING CHRIST LOVING...

Never Alone

You’ve probably heard Rosie Batty’s story. Last year her son Luke was murdered by his own father at cricket practice. 1800MUMMYS has joined Rosie in her mission to lift the burden from victims and make the family violence epidemic every Australian’s business. Rosie is asking Australians to stand with her beside every victim at link neveralone Rosie wants to build a groundswell of support for victims that will make it impossible for them to be ignored any longer. Every single week two woman are murdered. Every three hours a woman is hospitalised. The Never Alone campaign will stand with the victims of family violence so that they are supported in the community and have a powerful voice in the corridors of power. Thank you...