Au Taqaya!

Na bukete e gauna marautaki ia e vuqa na marama e loma taqaya vakauasivi ni levu na veisau e sala vata kaya.

E vuqa era taqaya baleta ni:

  • Veisau ni tuvaki ni yago
  • Vakanananutaki na nona tubu na na gone ena loma ni kato ni gone
  • Vakavakarau ki na nona tadu mai na gone vou kei na taratara
  • Na kena leqataki nai lavo ena gauna ni vakasucu
  • Na tara ni cakacaka ena gauna ni nomu gade ni vakasucu
  • Sivia ni tukutuku vei ira nai tubutubu vou
  • Ko na rawata li vakacava me vaka ni ko se qai tubutubu vou

 

Na taqaya kei na loma ocaoca e sai tiki ni bula ni tiko bibi.Nai wali ni leqa oqori e sega ni na tarovi iko mo

  • Veitalanoa ka kere veivuke vei koya na nomu I tokani,nomu tau,o koya drau tiko vata

  • Taubale
  • Me levu nomu gauna ni cegu
  • Kana vakavinaka
  • Sisili ena waikatakata vakarauta
  • Se taura e dua na nomu gauna vakataki iko

Ke ko loma taqayataka eso na veika e toqai toka e cake veitaratara kei na nomu Daunivakasucu, vuniwai se nasi me rawa ni vukea na nomu tiko bibi.

Content provided by Dr Sara Weeks

Dr Sara Weeks is a psychiatrist specialising in perinatal conditions. She works in both the private and public sectors in New Zealand, and is Lead Clinician for Lotofale Pacific Island Mental Health Service with the Auckland District Health Board. She is also involved in research on postnatal depression in Pacific Island women, and teaches perinatal psychiatry for the post-graduate diploma in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Since 2011, Sara has been a member of the Pacific Society for Reproductive Health, and she has previously been an executive member of the Australasian branch of the Marcé Society – an international society for the promotion of mental health in women and families in relation to childbearing.  Sara is also a mother of three and grandmother of one.