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MensLine Australia

MensLine Australia is a national support, information and referral service for men across Australia, specialising in family and relationship concerns.

MensLine Australia provides 24/7 telephone counselling, online chat and video counselling. This is complemented by a comprehensive website with information, resources and an online forum.

The service is available from anywhere in Australia and is staffed by professional counsellors, experienced in men’s issues.

Counsellors provide confidential, professional, and male-friendly support.

Talk it over with MensLine

This information was originally published on healthdirect - MensLine Australia.

Last reviewed: October 2019

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Being a young father | MensLine Australia

We spoke with Win from '2 DADS' about what it was like to become a father at 17 years old, and the wisdom he’s learnt along the way.

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Do you have to spend long periods of time away from your family?

Being away from your family for an extended period can be tough. MensLine has tips on how how to stay in touch whilst away & how to prepare for trips home.

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Dads and Fathers | MensLine Australia

Becoming a Father for the first time can be one of the happiest times in your life, it can also be a very emotional and confusing experience

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Family violence | MensLine Australia

Domestic and family violence in our community is unacceptable

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Work-life balance | MensLine Australia

Men & women feel the same pressures to spend time with their family, but men often don’t communicate their stress & worries. Here are some ways you can start to shift your work-life balance.

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The changing face of fatherhood: MensLine Australia

In this series, we look at how fatherhood has changed over the years with this article focusing on how dads have changed their working arrangements.

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Are you separated & struggling to stay positive around your kids?

Parenting tips on how to stay positive around your kids whilst dealing with your own issues, such as anger, sadness & loneliness once separated: MensLine.

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Staying safe | MensLine Australia

A Safety Plan for people escaping domestic and family violence.

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Separation & divorce help - support & counselling for men from MensLine

Are you going through a divorce or separating? Men report a huge range of intense reactions & feelings during & after separation. Learn more.

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Are you a Father finding it difficult to have a conversation with your kids?

Kids are easily distracted, and if you don’t see them often, you may feel pressure to be a good parent. Follow these ten tips to start a conversation with your kids.

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