Workshop 2: Building positive relationships and well-being

Life changes and so do we. While we navigate through the highs and lows of what life brings to us, we may take a few ‘left’ turns before heading down the ‘right’ track. Getting things right for yourself is as equally important as setting some time to take a deep breath, slow down and recharge.

The resources below are some examples that may inspire and or support you in how to build positive relationships with yourself and others as well as enhancing your well-being.

‘Wearing your heart on your sleeve’ is often referred to as someone who is empathetic to others. People with high empathy tend to find themselves ‘between a rock and a hard place’, finding it difficult to say ‘no’ to friends and family, take time out and or practice self care. Here is a short video that explains the difference between empathy and sympathy and how you can balance others needs as well as your own.
The Red Tree by Shaun Tan is a story about hope, resilience and courage.
The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse by Charlie Mackesy is a book about hope during uncertain times.

If you are facing challenges in finding or maintaining work, headspace provides Career Mentoring Service that connects you with an industry specific skill mentor. Mentoring support is provided online to all young people aged 18 – 25 years.

Self-care: Reach out before bottom out.

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