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Hot off the press! To coincide with PND Awareness week (16-22 Nov), Smiling Mind and beyondblue have teamed up to create 'Mind the Bump', a world-first App designed to support the mental and emotional health of new and expecting parents, during and after pregnancy.

The free App is suitable for mothers, partners, same sex couples and is even a fabulous resource for health practitioners.

Visit www.mindthebump.org.au for more information or download the free App on iOS or Android. #mindthebump  #PND  
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"Everyone always says 'stop being emotional' when they discuss decision-making, but in essence that's the wrong thing to say...just don't let the wrong emotions cloud the decision-making process." 

Another must-read piece from Inc. Magazine
A new academic paper finds that meditation can help you choose a course of action unfettered by biases.
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You are more than just your work...and your working week should entail more than just work!! 

What are you doing outside of 9-5 (or more realistically 8-6) to look after your #mind, #body and #spirit this week? Be #proactive to stay #healthy and #happy!
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What better way to kick off the week than with an awesome article in the The Sydney Morning Herald - smh.com.au?!? That's one way to put a smile on our minds!!
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Mindfulness is hot right now--Hollywood hot, Davos hot, Main Street hot. Actress Goldie Hawn led a panel at Davos on the why mindfulness matters; director David Lynch has an entire foundation dedicated to bringing meditation and mindfulness practices to veterans and other trauma survivors; public schools from California to Maine are [...]
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This is one of the best articles we've read recently. It may even help you understand yourself (or your partner) a little better.

'...men do in fact feel, but most men were trained as little boys by the “boy code” not to feel...they were trained and taught to suck it up, not to cry...so it’s understandable why many men don’t allow themselves to feel and can’t even identify a feeling.' (http://ow.ly/uaaji)
When we are upset, it is hard to see things clearly. The only way to see things clearly is to take some space from the upset, calm down, and gain a new perspective. Feeling helps you see clearly. And seeing clearly helps you move more freely toward what you want in your life. And when you get what you want, you are more fulfilled. But why is it so hard for dudes to feel?
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Oct 10 is World Mental Health Day. Help Mental Health Aust by making a #mentalhealth promise at http://buff.ly/1rZk8Bn #WMHD2014
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We all have lists. List upon list of endless tasks and urgencies that seem to dictate our day from the minute we wake up. This is an absolutely fabulous article by The School of Life about the need to practice #mindfulness in our #busy lives. http://buff.ly/1x9RUqC
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Meet Ed (tip: he's the only male in the picture), one of the three Aussies who have given up their day job to help improve the health and wellbeing of other Australians! Thanks to Vodafone Australia, Ed will be a valuable member of the Smiling Mind family for the next 12 months!!! http://vfau.co/lkebh ‪#‎worldofdifference‬ ‪#‎WOD‬ ‪#‎grateful‬ ‪#‎thankful‬ ‪#‎ecstatic‬
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Check out our very own, and very first, stop-motion paper animation!!! Many thanks to Penny from Penny Likes Paper - what a talent!
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Having trouble getting your kids into a good evening routine? Why not try a few minutes of nighttime meditation before bed? It could change your life (sleep) and theirs...
It is bedtime. I am tucking my children into bed. There is a pleasing calm in the air, as they lie there, snuggled up quietly in anticipation. Bedtimes used to be a frantic battleground, marked by tantrums, sobbing and endless trips to the loo. Thankfully, all that changed the day I started slipping meditation into our bedtime routine. We started using Marneta Viegas's "Relax Kids" series – short, read-aloud meditation scripts that include journe...
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In this intense, personal and eye-opening article Charlie Hoehn finally cures his anxiety by rediscovering the art of 'play'.

Thanks Dumbo Feather for sharing this very valuable and important reminder that 'play allows us to stop taking our life so damn seriously, so we can start living again.'  http://ow.ly/uabv0
For a long time, I thought I was going crazy. I�d convinced myself that something horribly wrong was about to happen. I thought I would be stabbed, shot, or arrested every time I left my apartment. I was sure that there was an impending disaster that would melt the social contract and pit my neighbours
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Smiling Mind is modern meditation for young people. It is a unique web and App-based program, designed to help bring balance to young lives. It is a not-for-profit initiative based on a process that provides a sense of calm, clarity and contentment.

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