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Keep up to date on all the action at WMF! Here you will find mental health tips, information on our upcoming programs and workshops, refelctions from events, and speaking engagements. And, of course random musings from our team.
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Introducing the “Boldly Mindful” Podcast (WMF)

WMF has launched the Boldly Mindful Podcast, a better mental health podcast encouraging women and young people to address multiple aspects of their overall health. We will be delving deeply into the subject of mental health for women and young people in Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities (CALD). Some of

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A Gentle Reminder For What We Do(1)
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A Gentle Reminder About What We Do

The Women’s Mentoring Foundation has been providing counseling, coaching, and mentoring services since 2018. Women from diverse cultures approach us with various challenges, and we take pride in offering them care and support to heal, recover, move forward, and thrive. At WMF, we offer guidance, support and valuable resources that

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We are stronger together (Community Mental Health & Wellbeing Sector Support)
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A Big Thank You To Our Mental Health Community Supporters

WMF has been busy building a lot of relationships with other organisations during the month of January, I believe that we at WMF, maybe small compared to others, however we are very powerful and strong in our faith and delivery of our services. That come with the truth of the

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Toxic work environment leads to unmotivated employees
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A Toxic Workplace Likely Has Unmotivated Employees

Mental health, emotional grief and any form of compromised health is disruptive and disorienting. What’s worse is that some people will make you feel like you are overreacting. Any form of compromised health affects us emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. It impacts us within and those around us; as well

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Suicidal thoughts and prevention

Suicidal thoughts and prevention The definition of suicide means intentionally taking your own life. Suicidal feelings can include an abstract thought about ending your life. Suicidal thought can also be a feeling that people would be better off without you. Or it can mean thinking about methods of suicide or

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Anger and Insecurity

What is anger? Anger is a secondary emotion. Typically, we experience a primary emotion like fear, loss, or sadness first. Because these emotions create feelings of vulnerability and loss of control, they make us uncomfortable. One way of attempting to deal with these feelings is by subconsciously shifting into anger.

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