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Sun newspapers Wed 7 Aug 2013



Sun newspapers Wed 7 Aug 2013


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Community newspapers -- Northern Territory -- Darwin Region

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Nationwide News Pty. Limited

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20 Sun Newspapers WEDNESDAY, August 7, 2013. FOR SALE Berrimah 651 Stuart Highway Berrimah Business Park Free Hold Commercial Land For Sale (SD31 Zoned) Lot Sizes from 2,120 - 20,000m Over 60% sold Tenant enquiries welcome Turnkey options available Jeremy ODonoghue 0407 080 067 Lee Doyle 0403 348 243 Open: For more information contact Licensed Real Estate Agent 141 Mitchell Street Elevated House in Must Watch Suburb Large open living takes full advantage of cross-flow breezes Storage options & semi enclosed laundry privately tucked away Gorgeous rear balcony overlooking the new lush lawn and pool area Steve Arnold 0427 700 459 Open: By Appointment AUCTION Unless Sold Prior 313 Alawa 19 Young Street Licensed Real Estate Agent Shop 32, Progress Drive, Nightcliff Immaculate Family Home Fully renovated ground level 3 bedroom home Expansive paved outdoor entertainment area, with spa and shade sail Owner relocating interstate and must sell - smart long term investment Daniel Harris 0430 350 631 Abbey Holmes 0412 211 674 Open: By Appointment AUCTION Sat 24th Aug @ 11am on site413 Anula 21 Copperfield Crescent Licensed Real Estate Agent 5/48 Cavenagh Street, Darwin 8944 4455 1NEW 1 Change of Circumstances Forces Sale Ground level three bedroom home with large living area Massive inground swimming pool, awesome outdoor ent. area Dual carport, decked out garden shed with power and A/C Roxley Peacre 0418 895 345 Open: Sat 11.30 - 12 AUCTION Sat 10th Aug @ 12pm on site213 Anula 11 Enterprise Street Licensed Real Estate Agent 3-70 Cavenagh Street, Darwin 8943 3000 1AUCT ION SA TURDA Y @ 12 PM ON SITE1 Impressive Waterfront Residence 3 Bedroom, 2 Storey Waterfront Duplex Mesmerizing Marina Views Private Marina Berth Nick Scaturchio 0433 038 633 Open: View by Appointment FOR SALE 22.53 Cullen Bay 2/23 Paspaley Place Licensed Real Estate Agent 141 Mitchell Street Pack up your memories as well as belongings Moving house? Get the kids involved as much as possible. Getting friends and family involved in exploring the new area beforemoving could help in building familiarity THE physical stress of bad backs and pulled muscles is often noted when moving house, but psychologists have warned of an emotional toll that is often overlooked. Counselling psychologist and director of Melbourne-based psychology clinic Moving Mindsets, Sarah Godfrey, said moving house can be in the top five most stressful events people experience. She said people who viewed the move as voluntary rather than forced by circumstances such as a relationship breakdown often would cope better than others. We try to make people see the move as a transition, she said. She also noted that if people felt they had control of the situation they were more likely to view the move in a positive light. Some people became very attached to their homes, which could prove problematic when the time came to move, according to Dr Godfrey. In such instances she said the main two emotional fallouts people experienced were anxiety and grief. Anxiety was attributed to a fear of the unknown, while grief was commonly associated with memories and people that were being left behind by the move. Dr Godfrey suggested getting friends and family involved in exploring the new area before moving could help in building familiarity and fond memories of the new location, and ease the transition from old to new for many people. She also suggested making a coffee table book, with photos and written memories of the old home, as a way to acknowledge what had been left behind. On a practical level, psychologist Robert Luzza said there were emotional aspects to a move which may be negotiated by proper planning. People were not likely to feel as overwhelmed by the multitude of tasks if they engaged in adequate planning and asked for help when needed, he said. Building a connection with the new community through local recreational services or sporting clubs is important, as is involving children in helping with tasks and responsibilities associated with the move.

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