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Expectation VS Reality

15-Jun-2019 anger management, Domestic Violence, behavioural change, Masculinity, Men's Health, Relationships. 1032 views.

There is a famous quote ‘Expectations are premeditated resentments’. Are our expectations ever met? If a person pins all of their hopes and dreams on an expectation, they are likely to end up disappointed. When a person doesn’t behave the way you expect them to, the disappointment leads to resentment. There is no one harder on a person, than they are on themselves.

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Emotional Abuse

24-May-2019 anger, anger management, Domestic Violence, behavioural change. 1796 views.

When people think of domestic violence, they often attribute the behaviour to physical acts of violence.  It is important to understand that abuse is not just exclusive or limited to physical behaviour.  Emotional abuse is a typical and common component of family violence that is often dismissed because it is not a physical act, yet is just as damaging to the victim.

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Debunking myths surrounding family violence

10-May-2019 anger, anger management, triggers, behavioural change, Domestic Violence, general. 2426 views.

There are a lot of myths surrounding family violences, with many 'excuses' wrongly labelled as a cause. Let's look at some of the common myths surrounding family violence.

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The Drum ABC News

05-Apr-2019 anger, anger management, behavioural change, Domestic Violence, Masculinity, Media, Men's Health. 930 views.

On The Drum which aired on Tuesday April 2nd, The panel discusses expectations of men, men's mental health, and physical violence.

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Digital Self Harm

25-Mar-2019 858 views.

Self harm can be a range of things from psychological to physical abuse. While it is something we mostly associate with physical acts such as a person cutting, there is a very new worrying trend becoming more common with adolescent teens - in particular males. Digital Self Harm.

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A night with Parkdale Primary School Dads

02-Mar-2019 1167 views.

Dave joined the Parkdale Primary School Dads for a screening of Call Me Dad

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Pornography and relationships

17-Feb-2019 general, Relationships. 2190 views.

For a lot of people, pornography is a form of entertainment.  It is sometimes encouraged as a healthy stimulant to a relationship and to enhance intimacy within a couple.  What is not often talked about however, is the effect that pornography can have on relationships and a person’s mental health.

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Help Javen get to Cambodia

13-Feb-2019 general, Media, Teenagers. 566 views.

Let’s all get together and help support this young man who is working towards helping others in need. Follow the link in the article and hear his request. Help Javen get to Cambodia

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Cardinia Communities Safety-T-Net

11-Feb-2019 Teenagers, Programs for Schools, Apps and Resources, general, Parenting. 905 views.

We highly recommend Cardinia Safe-T-Net as a great resource to assist Children and families by offering advice and information of who they can talk to when they are feeling unsafe.

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'Traditional masculinity' and mental health: Experts call for gendered approach to treatment

05-Feb-2019 general, anger, anger management, behavioural change, Media. 794 views.

'Traditional masculinity' and mental health: Experts call for gendered approach to treatment by ABC NEWS

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Domestic violence and a simple tool called the 'No Test' could identify an abusive partner

31-Jan-2019 anger, anger management, behavioural change, Domestic Violence. 784 views.

Domestic violence and a simple tool called the 'No Test' could identify an abusive partner - Article by ABC NEWS

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The Pros and Cons of the Government Funded Mental Health Plan

28-Jan-2019 anger management, behavioural change, Men's Health, general. 4974 views.

When you decide time has come to seek help for your mental health, the first step is usually to make an appointment to see your GP for a consultation. They are likely to refer you to the Medicare subsidised Mental Health Treatment Plan. Before proceeding, it is important to understand the pros and cons and how this may affect you down the track.

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