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beyondblue Sep 11
When someone you care about isn’t quite themselves, it’s hard to know how you can best support them. With day tomorrow, it’s a good time to start thinking about what you can do.
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Josh Frydenberg Sep 12
R U OK? Each year over 3,000 Australians tragically take their own life. This is a statistic we must reverse & as a community we must do all we can to turn the tide. is a reminder any day is the day to ask: “Are you ok?”
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Safe Place Therapy Sep 12
When someone says they're not ok, the most important thing to do is listen to them. Here're some tips on listening in a positive way
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Kaara Calma Sep 12
Listen to understand. Today and everyday is day. Ask your parents, your siblings, your friends, your colleagues, and even a stranger today. A simple question can save a life.
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Victoria Police Sep 12
Start a conversation that could change a life. 1. Ask 2. Listen 3. Encourage action 4. Check in Just a few words can make a real difference. Don't forget to ask your family, friends or colleagues "R U OK?"
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Jason Richardson Sep 12
I don’t know the circumstances of this case I don’t want/need to know the exact personal details of this case, or who’s at fault I do know, as I love racing, that someone with authority needs to fix it / address it, so that this participant IS OK Mental health is real
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NSW Police Sep 12
Today is R U OK? Day and this year promotes the idea that everyday is R U OK? Day. R U OK? encourages everyone to start a conversation as early as possible, as the earlier you reach out, the more likely the outcome will be a positive one.
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triplejHack Sep 12
? What to do when someone says 'no':
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Helping someone share what's really going on for them can start with sharing our own story, lending an ear or a shoulder, and just being present for them. Learn how to do this at
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SANE Australia Sep 11
Tomorrow is and would like to encourage everyone to review the guidelines as a reminder of how we should report on and discuss mental illness and suicide in a respectful, helpful way.
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Adam McGrath Sep 12
As someone who saw a psychologist for months dealing with depression & anxiety, if I wasn’t able to open up to such supportive mates it would’ve been a lot worse. Remember, most of the time it’s the people you expect the least that need to be asked if they’re ok the most
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Lucy Thackray Sep 12
A beautiful friend in regional NSW has been NOT OK for two months & is struggling terribly. She hasn't been able to see a single psychologist, even during a week at a specialised in-patient facility. More funding for rural mental health resources so we can help after asking
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Kimberley Ramplin Sep 12
Among the list of things wrong with Day is that the well-meaning person proudly wearing the t-shirt has zero clue about how to respond to me saying I’m experiencing depression complicated by bipolar disorder. What the hell do they say? There, there? It will all be ok?
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Roman Quaedvlieg Sep 12
Difficult to digest the unpalatable self-congratulation of the PM in QT on his government’s support for mental health policies when he lets a cabinet minister use mental ill health in an attack one day and then use parliamentary privilege to continue that attack days later ?
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Gino 'Juicy' Gambino Sep 12
Today is day and I wanted to share this podcast I did recently where I talk about dealing with anxiety, depression and life after PTSD This was a pretty hard to do on a day I wasn’t feeling mentally well, but it’s well worth a listen
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Richard Di Natale Sep 12
If the last few weeks have taught us anything, it’s that politics is a brutal business. But life can be tough for anyone, so let’s not forget to ask questions like ? Nobody has all the answers, but it’s so important to have the conversation
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Michael McCormack Sep 12
Meaningful conversations with mates and loved ones can save lives. It’s today. This simple question is one thing everyone can do to make a difference to someone who might be struggling. ?
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Ambulance Victoria Sep 12
Today is R U OKAY day. How can you support those around you? 1. Ask 2. Listen 3. Encourage action 4. Check in
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GAP Victoria Sep 12
It’s today & we went & visited our friends w/ some beautiful greyhounds. Remember to ask your friends, colleagues & family if they 'are ok?' and cuddle a greyhound! If you would like us to visit your organisation please let us know! 5799 0166
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Benjamin Norris Sep 12
Exactly 12 years ago I lost my father to mental health issues! I remember sitting in StKilda with 2 girlfriends when I got the call. It changed my life forever & it changed the way I care for my friends & family. I always ask , not just today but everyday!
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