Catching up with Peleti Oli - For Flaxmere today, giving us his perspective on our awesome new ‘Tatou Talanoa’ shirts from Safer Gambling Aotearoa!
ngā mihi e te parata
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"Hoki ki ō maunga kia purea koe e ngā hau o Tāwhirimatea"
Return to your mountains and be cleansed by the winds of Tāwhirimatea.
Today's theme for mental health awareness week is the Whare Tapa Wha model. When it comes to Te Taha hinengaro, being out in nature is good for our mental health and wellbeing. This whakatauākī reminds us that when things are hectic, we are able to go to our mountain, our safe space to clear the mind and take time out.
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He kitenga kanohi, he hokinga mahara, he koanga ngākau.
Seeing a familiar face brings with it happy memories.
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Timeline PhotosIt's Day 2 of Mental Health Awareness Week! Kōrero doesn't have to happen indoors, so today we encourage you to get outside in nature with someone else. (If you're alone in a Tāmaki Makaurau bubble, why not give someone a call while outside?)
Take a moment to chat about the things that support your wellbeing and appreciate the beauty around you. It's often the little things that bring us joy. The singing birds, the grass beneath our feet, the wind on our faces - being in nature is great for our wellbeing.
For some ways you could reconnect with someone today, check out mhaw.nz/#tuesday
For more ideas and tips for how to have a safe and supportive kōrero download our MHAW Guide: mentalhealth.org.nz/.../mental-health-awareness... #MHAWNZ ... See MoreSee Less
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Kei waenga to pakeke i te 13 ki te 18? 🙋🏽♀️
He Karanga tēnei ki ngā Rangatahi Auaha!! 😎
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Ka $300 te whiwhinga o te whiringa toa. Ka tokotoru ngā whiringa toa.
Mo te roanga atu o ngā kōrero tirohia te whārangi ipurangi 👇🏻
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It's day one of Mental Health Awareness Week! This year's theme is Take time to Kōrero - a little chat can go a long way.
Make sure you take a moment to check in on a friend today!
#MHAWIt's day one of Mental Health Awareness Week #MHAWNZ!
When life gets busy it’s easy to forget to check in with the people in our lives, but we know connection is important for our wellbeing. Having a kōrero with others nurtures our relationships and helps us to feel happy, connected and secure.
Today we encourage you to reconnect with someone you care about. Whether it’s with whānau, friends, hoamahi/colleagues, iwi or community, and whether it’s face to face or online, a little chat can go a long way.
How do you reconnect with people you care about?
For ideas on how you can take time to kōrero this week, head to mhaw.nz. ... See MoreSee Less
Go see the Team at Rangihaeata 06 8766267. Give yourself a break from this hideous habit - give it a go. Arohanui 💙💚