In Australia, homelessness is a serious issue faced by many women. A significant proportion of these women are homeless due to domestic violence. Homelessness is a pressing issue that needs to be addressed, as it can profoundly impact the health and well-being of these women.
Several factors contribute to homelessness among women in Australia. One of the most significant is domestic violence, which can lead to women being forced to leave their homes and live in shelters or on the streets. Domestic violence is a significant problem in Australia and is one of the leading causes of homelessness among women.
The health and well-being of homeless women are often negatively affected by their situation. They are at increased risk of mental health problems, physical health problems, and violence. Homelessness can also make it difficult for women to access essential services such as healthcare and education.
Vicks is partnering with Mission Australia and Coles to help people experiencing homelessness in Australia. At Vicks, they believe everyone deserves the #TouchOfCare, especially those brought down by life's hardships. Because a single person who cares can be the support, you need to lift yourself. The You Tube video is the true story of how the "TouchOfCare" has helped a once-homeless girl turn her life around and find the courage to care for others. Watch the video here.
To learn more about how you can help people experiencing homelessness, please visit: http://www.missionaustralia.com.au/
In the meantime, if you find that your anger is starting to hurt your loved ones, it may be time to take a step back and reassess your behaviour. When we bottle up, our emotions can often lead to the explosive outburst that can cause lasting damage.
Recognising when your behaviour is starting to impact those around you negatively is essential. If you're struggling to control your anger, many resources can help you make positive changes in your life.
The Heavy M.E.T.A.L. Men's Behaviour Change Program provides an opportunity to develop more satisfying relationships, learn non-abusive behaviour, challenge old ways of thinking and behaving, and develop new skills for managing emotions and conflict.
The program is based on the premise that men who use violence do so due to learned behaviour patterns. These behaviours can be changed through education, support and practice.
The program offers men the chance to:
- Learn about the impact of their behaviour on others
- Understand the root causes of their violence
- Develop new skills for managing emotions and conflict
- Learn how to communicate effectively and resolve disputes non-violently.
With some effort and commitment, it is possible to improve your relationships and create a more positive home environment for everyone involved.
If you want to take the next step in making a change and keep your family safe, contact us for further information.
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