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Understanding Grief

Understanding Grief

When someone you love dies, the grief you experience can feel devastating. This grief is often a reflection of the love you felt for them and their loss from your life—now and into the future. It is evidence of a deep and meaningful connection, no matter how long your loved one was part of your life. You may also feel grief with other losses such as the death of a pet, the breakdown of a [...] Read more

Is Social Media Making You Feel Bad?

Is Social Media Making You Feel Bad?

Social media is a great way to stay in touch with those important to us. We can keep up to date and celebrate highlights in each other's lives. But apps like Facebook, Snapchat, Twitter and Instagram often present a skewed version of reality. They showcase our best version rather than our everyday existence. It’s human nature to post the shiny moments; the smiling portrait dressed in our best [...] Read more

Thinking Ahead to Reduce your Risk of Postnatal Depression

Thinking Ahead to Reduce your Risk of Postnatal Depression

Having realistic expectations, a large dose of self-compassion and access to support when needed are essential to reducing the risk of postnatal depression and anxiety. To read our latest article in the BubHub July edition, press HERE. https://www.bubhub.com.au/hubbub-blog/thinking-ahead-to-reduce-your-risk-of-postnatal-depression/

What New Mums Want their Partners to Know

What New Mums Want their Partners to Know

Becoming a parent is a major life transition and a time of adjustment in the couple relationship. To read our recent article featured in the BubHub June edition, click onto the title of this page and then press HERE https://www.bubhub.com.au/hubbub-blog/16-things-new-mothers-want-their-partners-to-know/

When you are in a state...

When you are in a state...

Feeling upset? Flat? Anxious? Sad? Irritable? Nervous? Overwhelmed? You are not alone. The different stresses and challenges of our complex, modern lives can play havoc with our emotions, thoughts and behaviour. While it is always recommended you seek out professional help for ongoing mental health issues, there are a number of techniques you can use to help improve your mood and wellbeing in the [...] Read more

Trust your Gut

Trust your Gut

Have you ever been told to ‘listen to your gut feelings’ or experienced ‘butterflies in the stomach’? It seems we’ve always felt some connection between our emotions and our intestines; that our brain can affect our gut. But lately there seems to be an increased focus on good gastrointestinal health in the media. Emerging research suggests it is important not only for our physical health but for [...] Read more

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