Posts tagged with mental health

  1. Stress and anxiety over novel coronavirus

    I’m writing this because I suffering a lot since last month. I’m from mainland China. I noticed the news about an unknown virus are spreading. I …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2020/02/28/stress-and-anxiety-over-novel-coronavirus

  2. Mental health

    It’s a normal and healthy part of life to experience emotional reactions to different issues or events, but sometimes these reactions can be difficult to respond to. Read on to find out about a range of healthy and adaptive ways to respond to uncomfortable emotions and difficult experiences.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2020/02/28/mental-health

  3. Emotion management

    Sometimes our emotions may seem stronger than we think they ‘should’ be, and sometimes they seem stronger than other people’s, but that doesn’t mean that they are wrong. Read on for some tips on how to respond to your emotions in a healthy and effective way.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2019/12/05/emotion-management

  4. Is it ADHD?

    Being easily distracted and struggling to concentrate and retain information are common issues for students, but how do you know if these issues are a sign of ADHD? Read on for more information about the signs and symptoms and what to do if you are unsure.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2019/05/24/is-it-adhd

  5. Not depression?

    Most people who are experiencing mental health problems will have ups and downs, and will often have stretches of time when they feel normal. As a result many people delay reaching out for help when they are feeling ok, which ends up prolonging this cycle.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2018/09/19/not-depression

  6. Am I depressed?

    When is sadness not just sadness, but depression? And where can you go for more help?

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2018/08/28/am-i-depressed-2

  7. Feeling negatively

    When we can not find a reason for feeling sad, anxious or disconnected it can be easy to become critical of ourselves.

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/11/27/feeling-negatively

  8. Managing psychological disorders

    It can be difficult to talk about mental health problems, particularly when the label or diagnosis given is not well understood by others…

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/07/14/managing-psychological-disorders

  9. Crying nearly every day

    Hi, I don’t feel sad or stressed but I seem to cry out of nowhere nearly everyday, sometimes multiple times and usually at night. Sometimes it …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2017/03/28/crying-nearly-every-day

  10. Helping a friend

    It’s not easy trying to help a friend who doesn’t want help, but just being a friend can make a big difference. Just remember to look after yourself!

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/ask-counselling/2016/06/03/helping-a-friend

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