A recent study says a mix of weak and strong social ties, known as relational diversity, leads to greater life satisfaction. NPR’s Ayesha Rascoe talks with Hanne Collins, an author of the study.
A nationwide survey that was conducted in February this year by New Zealand research company Research First shows that too many New Zealanders don't have the social connections and support that they need. Download the report here.
Read our latest blog by Anjali Thulkanam, Student, BA in psychology and history, Victoria University. Anjali writes:
On the 2nd of March 2020, I started my very first day of university. I was only 18, excited to learn new things, to meet new people, and have new experiences. At least that’s how I think I felt. On the 25th of March, lockdowns began ….
Friends and family/whānau support can make a real difference for someone dealing with anxiety and panic attacks. Find out how to help them.
This month, Action for Happiness are saying, "Let's pause, breathe and notice, so we can respond more mindfully." The Mindful March calendar suggests an activity for each day of the month to help us to do that.
Let's Share is the theme for Neighbours Aotearoa this year from 1–31 March 2023. Find out how you can get involved. Neighbours Aotearoa is about connecting with the people around you in your neighbourhood and community. There are so many ways you and your...