Former Pipeline Master champion and pro surfer, Bede Durbidge, shares his personal story and the changes that impacted his life as a professional athlete.
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Matt has openly shared his families recent experience with the grief surrounding pregnancy loss. He hopes that by sharing his personal story, the less likely that other Mums and Dads will feel alone when they experience a similar loss.
We’ve asked 10 business leaders what strategies they have in place to maintain their own mental health and wellbeing while running a business
While there is glory in being a successful athlete, it comes with massive pressures to perform well on and off Anyone can see the physical injuries of athletes, but rarely can people see what injuries they may have mentally. Last year, mental illness forced one AFL player to leave the sport altogether.
What Should You Do If You Think Someone Is Really Struggling? The ALEC framework works really well in having that important conversation. Ask, Listen, Encourage Action, Check-in
Mike Morrison hid his condition for years as he did not want to be professionally prejudiced. “For years how l looked was not how I felt but I dare not saying anything as being bulletproof was all part of the act. I was a good actor. I’ve now stopped acting and started living.”
I believe resilience is the #1 life skill to help us duck, dodge, prioritise and put into perspective the crap life throws at us. The life of running a small business is no exception to this. There’s plenty of crap in and around your business that can affect your mental, physical and financial health. The depth of crap largely depends on how much you let it get to you
With a 15-year professional career in rugby union, Moore is known for being Australia’s most capped Super Rugby player, and the only rugby hooker to have played 100 tests. Moore has seen challenges with mental health in all aspects of his career – in teammates, opponents, even in himself.
Jeff White played 268 games for Fremantle and Melbourne and is now the founder of Post High. He shares with us his story of surviving stroke at age 40.
Dr. Tim Sharp (aka Dr. Happy) is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Positive Psychology. Tim is the founder & CHO (Chief Happiness Officer) of The Happiness Institute, Australia’s first organisation devoted solely to enhancing happiness in individuals, families and organisations. This article was originally published on www.drhappy.com.au