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Getting Through Together Digest: 16th December 2020

Thursday, December 17, 2020   Posted in: Newsletters By: Administrator With tags: newsletter, wellbeing, resilience, campaign

Kia ora. The countdown really is on now.

As we start to wind down for the year and wrap up work, school and all the other things that keep us busy at this time of year, do you find yourself daydreaming of long summer nights, days at the beach or evenings by the BBQ?

After a truly topsy turvy year, we hope you are able to slow down over summer to recharge and reset ready for 2021.

We have just one more issue for you this year. Check out how you can get involved in our latest campaign in the meantime... and also how Santa is defying the need to have a chimney to deliver pressies to those in managed isolation this year!

Arohanui,
All Right? and the Mental Health Foundation


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Not all right?

These new challenges and the loss of our regular routines is causing stress for many of us. This can really erode our wellbeing over time. While it’s important to remember to do the little things that help recharge us, it’s also important to know there is someone to talk to and free help available. It’s all right to reach out if you need to - we all need a bit of support from time-to-time.

Call or text 1737 to speak with a trained counsellor anytime - it’s free and completely confidential. You can also call Lifeline on 0800 543354 or text HELP to 4357.

Check out the Mental Health Foundation’s website for further advice on how to stay mentally well during this time.

Until next time, stay well Aotearoa.

And remember, we'll get through this - together.