Having a positive sense of who we are can be hugely beneficial for our wellbeing. Whether we are connecting with our culture, using our strengths, or simply learning to accept ourselves just as we are, fostering our sense of identity can greatly contribute to our happiness and resilience, reminding us that we all have something unique to offer.
While overall our rainbow community is optimistic and many things are getting better, our research found that many LGBTQIA+ people still face significant obstacles to their wellbeing. View Article.
All Right? has worked with Cantabrians from a variety of different cultures to reinterpret the Five Ways to Wellbeing into eight different languages: Farsi, Nepali, Chinese, Korean, Amharic, Arabic, Hindi and Somali. View Article.
Greg is Johnny's best mate. He is manly as (and can talk about feelings all day long). View Article.
It seems that what it means to 'be a man' is changing. We reckon it's time to lose the old 'harden up' mentality, and look to the future of manliness. View Article.
Be a mate! By talking about "the real stuff" we can let other guys know that we're cool for them to do that too. View Article.
How spiritual are you? Find out how to build more spirituality and awe into your life. View Article.
How to build a life of fulfilment, happiness, and meaning. View Article.
Discover your strengths and the benefits of putting them to use! View Article.
What does living brighter mean to you? Check out our top tips for playing to your personal strengths. View Article.
Kia ora tātou! These activities are all about connecting with our whānau and culture. There's something for everyone from helping your kids learn their pepehā, to having fun with waiata, tauhokohoko and games like tū kōhatu. View Tool.
Grab a photo with our free rainbow filter, and as well as inspiring others, you'll be reinforcing that whoever we love, however we identify, and whatever our story – being ourselves is more than all right. View Tool.
Cantabrians from various cultural backgrounds sharing what they do for their wellbeing. 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.
This quick and easy game is made up of two sets of cards. The first set features a wide range of activities for families to do together and the second contains fun questions and thought-provoking conversation starters. View Free Resource.
Celebrating Pacific culture builds strength and a sense of belonging View Free Resource.
Manly As promotes thinking beyond the narrow stereotypes of men of the past, and looking to the future of manliness. 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.