When times are tough, it's normal to feel a bit worried, frustrated or overwhelmed. As we recover, going back to basics and focusing on the things we can control, can really help.
Here we share our top tips for looking after yourself and others. If you or someone you know is struggling, there is free help available. Free call or text 1737 any time, 24 hours a day. You can also call Lifeline on 0800 543354 or text HELP to 4357. We all need a little help from time to time, and you don't have to go it alone.
Lockdown or no lockdown, St Patrick’s College guidance counsellor Chris Fouhy is going over and above to support the wellbeing of his school community. View Article.
Bring some wellbeing magic to your bubble, with free activities to help kids find calm and feel good. And hopefully they will make your life a little easier too! View Article.
Our current situation is affecting us all in different ways. For those of us that are already managing mental distress or illness, this can be an even heavier load to bear. View Article.
There are times when we just might need an extra bit of help. If you or someone you know is struggling, there is free help available through a variety of online tools and helplines. View Article.
Looking after ourselves and each other in a COVID-19 world is more important than ever. Here are some simple things we can all do to give our wellbeing a boost and help our community get through. View Article.
Do you sometimes jump out of your skin at the sudden sound of a door slamming in the wind? It could be the Startle Effect. View Article.
Here we share Cantabrians' amazing love and pearls of wisdom for those affected by November's 7.8 earthquake. View Article.
If you're looking for ways to support your tamariki after a scary event, these resources can help. View Article.
Going through a disaster or a big shock takes a toll on all of us and coping is not always easy. Good mental health helps us carry on and deal with all that life throws at us. View Article.
Try out one of these feel-good actions from our Downtime Dice. They're quick, easy and scientifically proven to help us find calm, recharge and feel good. View Article.
Even if we're rundown, tired or stuck in a bit of a rut, there are simple things we can do every day to feel good. View Article.
In tough times we can go through a range of emotions. This campaign reinforces that it's all right to work through it in our own way, and to reach out to those around us. View Article.
Introducing our wall of staycation ideas and aroha. Whether it's a living-room boogie or relaxing with a good book, we all have things that are helping us get through, together. Add your idea or message today! View Tool.
For daily mini-missions to help you boost your wellbeing and feel good, download the All Right App today. View Tool.
Share some hope and aroha online, with our digital Getting Through Together resources. View Free Resource.
These resources feature the Five Ways To Wellbeing – the simple actions that can help keep us well, boost our outlook, and help us build handy 'buffers' so we’re able to adapt more quickly. View Free Resource.
Tips on how to help children cope with earthquakes. Uses graphics from the book “Maia and the Worry Bug” View Free Resource.
Translated into many languages, these poster and postcard sets remind us that we are not alone. There are lots of things we can do to work through life's ups and downs. Each set contains our ten He Waka Eke Noa artworks and is available throughout New Zealand. View Free Resource.
In everyday life we can all go through a range of emotions. This poster set reminds us that there are lots of things we can do to work through them, and we don't have to go it alone. View Free Resource.
Whether you're keen to boost team morale and productivity, or just bring a little bit of zen to your everyday life, our Downtime Dice can help. Available as a single, duo or box of 24, they're the perfect reminder to recharge and enjoy the things that really matter. View Product.