Loto hoha’a!

Koe feitama koe me’a lelei ka ‘oku ‘iai ‘ae kakai fefine ‘oku nau hoha’a koe’uhi koe ngaahi liliu ‘oku nau ongo’i.

 

Koe tokolahi ‘oku nau hoha’a koe’uhii koe:

  • Koe ngaahi liliu fakasino pea pehe kihe ngaahi homone ‘ihonau sino
  • Fakakaukau kihe tupu ‘ae pepee ‘iate kinautolu
  • Teuteu kihe langaa moe fa’ele
  • Tokanga kihe ngaahi fakamole he fa’ele’I mai e pepee
  • Uesia ‘oe ngaue he feitama
  • Fu’u lahi ‘oe ngaahi me’a ke ‘ilo he’e naggi matu’a fo’ou
  • Lava fefee he’e matu’a fo’ou ‘ae tauhi fanau

 

Koe ngaahi hoha’a peheni ‘oku nomolo pe ia he feitama.
Koe Ngaahi me’a ke fai koe:

  • Talanoa kiho mali, kaungamea , matu’a kenau tokoni’I koe.
  • Ki’I lue lalo
  • Ma’u ha maloloo lelei
  • Kai lelei
  • Kaukau mafana
  • Kumi hao ki’I taimi fakalaulau loto pe ‘a’au

 

Kapau teke kei hoha’a pe pea fetu’utaki kiho’o ma’uli pe toketa, pe neesi kenau tokoni’I koe.

 

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.