Managing Your Mood
Learning how to manage our moods and reaching out for help if we need it can help us mind our mental health and to keep ourselves well
See below for a list of minding your mood initiatives:
NCCWN Dublin Region invite you to join us for a FREE Online Workshop of Mindfulness Meditation “The Gift of Presence” as part of the International Women'd Day Festival - taking place on Monday 15th March 2021@ 10.30am – 12.30pm. For further information contact Sandra on 0861744863 or Tracey on 0861382482
NCCWN Dublin Region invite you to join us for a FREE Online Workshop on “Building Positivity During Menopause” as part of the International Women's Day Festival - taking palce on Monday 15th March 2021 @ 7pm – 9pm. For further information contact Sandra on 0861744863 or Tracey on 0861382482
Minding your Mental Health: SWAN are running a free Minding your Mental Health 6 week online course, starting on 3rd February to support you in minding your mental health and wellbeing. For further information contact Sandra on 0861744863 or Tracey on 0861382482
Online Mindfulness Meditation: SWAN are running a free an online Mindfulness Meditation Thursday mornings 9.30-10.30am. For further information contact Sandra on 0861744863 or Tracey on 0861382482
Tool Box for life: SWAN are running a free Tool Box for life 6 week online course designed around my Little Box of Love. The course starts 2nd February. For further information contact Sandra on 0861744863 or Tracey on 0861382482
50808 is a free 24/7 text service, providing everything from a calming chat to immediate support for people going through a mental health or emotional crisis - big or small. Text HELLO to 50808 to start a conversation, any time - day or night. Further information at click here
Ireland's Youth Information Website where information on a range of different topics is broken down into sections including employment, health and education.
To watch a very powerful video on mental health from Colman Mac Cionnaith please click here
This week we are turning our attention to mental health awareness. There is so much talk about mental health in the papers, media and social media that sometimes the message can get lost.
For the Cuala Mental Health Awareness Week we want to simplify it we have asked 15 of our senior players to share some tips that may help in your day-to-day life. Please read and repost so that we can get the messages to as many people as possible.
The core message is that we are all in this life together and we need to look out for ourselves and each other. No matter who we are, we are going to have good days and bad days but we need to remember that the bad days will pass. When you are having the bad days, reach out to your friends and family because we are all here to help. When you are having your good days, look out for your friends and family as they may be struggling.
It’s ok not to be ok. Reach out.Listen to some of the senior players with small tips for us all on how to improve each day click here
DLR Age Friendly Activity Magazine, Winter 2020 Includes information on Health & Wellbeing, Local Services & Supports, Short Stories & Poetry, Age Friendly Questionnaire, Recipes, Puzzles & lots more here
DLR Age Friendly County here