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Every day is the day to connect with others and ask about life’s ups and downs. R U OK?Day 2018 is Thurs 13 Sept. For support call Lifeline 13 11 14.
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R U OK? 4h
We feel for you at this time and urge you to seek help. Professional and expert support is the best solution. Please call on 1300659467. It's staffed by professionals who will work with you now and into the future. If your life is in danger call 000.
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R U OK? Sep 18
The signs someone may be struggling can be subtle but some things to look out for are changes in behaviour, sleep patterns, energy levels and mood. Any day we notice these signs we need to trust our gut instinct and ask . Learn more at
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @z0d111
We're doing well. It's been a big week for our small team but we're making sure we make time for conversations and time out with our loved ones :)
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @TheAlkaris
That's why we're sharing the information at
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @chloeinroses_
Well said!
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MHaffiezMNazri Sep 17
“We all have a lot going on, but that is exactly why we should always look out for each other” Ambassador reminding everyone at Isentia to check in and ask ? today.
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MHaffiezMNazri Sep 17
"We all have a lot going on, but that is exactly why we should always look out for each other" Ambassador reminding everyone at Isentia to check in and ask ? today.
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @BGavathas
Hi Cara! What a legend :)
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R U OK? Sep 17
We're saddened to hear that. It can be hard talking about things but it can help. If face-to-face or over the phone isn't the right fit, perhaps opening up online can help? The Suicide Call Back Service has an online chat option:
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @fankiezpie
We can understand that frustration but having support around you is important. If Lifeline's not the right fit you may find online forums a safe space for advice and support. We love the SANE Australia forums at
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @anna_penguin865
Hi , When you're feeling this way are there people you trust who you can open up to? Talking things through can help. If you need support or a listening ear, Lifeline are available 24/7 on 13 11 14 and other services can be found at
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R U OK? Sep 17
is more than a question - it's a simple gesture of compassion that says I care, you're not alone and I want to support you. We think this cartoon from captures this perfectly. Find conversation tips at
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SANE Australia Sep 16
Using antiquated language when referring to mental illness such as 'shrinks' or 'mental institution' can impact upon a persons willingness to seek help. Terms such as 'psychiatrist' and 'mental health hospital', are accurate and less stigmatising.
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @engineer_sophie
We're so glad she did too. Panic attacks can be hard to manage, the moderator speaking to you experiences them too.
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @OzDrew70
We're glad you've got that appointment tomorrow - it's such an important step. We hope it goes well.
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @burnakwon
We'd love to chat. We can connect via DM or at hello@ruok.org.au
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @Y2016CE @Coles
Do you mind writing to us at hello@ruok.org.au
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R U OK? Sep 17
If you're struggling to get an appointment, you may find the SANE Australia helpline useful for advice on managing that interim period. It's staffed by professionals from 10am-10pm weekdays on 1800 18 7263
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @fireplace2012
Thanks for the support :)
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R U OK? Sep 17
Replying to @Novembresera
We're glad you're recovering.
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