Men’s Health Week Leaving No-One Behind -

Men’s Health Week | Leaving No-One Behind

Jacob Skilling sat down with Matthew Tukaki from to kōrero for Men’s Health Week.

“It was an incredible honor to join Matthew Tukaki on his radio show during Men’s Mental Health Week. Matthew Tukaki, a beacon in the mental health advocacy field as the former head of Suicide Prevention New Zealand, engaged deeply with us on the critical issues surrounding mental health today. Together, we delved into the profound impact of trust fractures and outlined the initiatives of our organization, which are dedicated to supporting individuals and families grappling with these challenges.

During our conversation, we highlighted our innovative programs aimed at fostering mental well-being and discussed our vision for the future. Central to our dialogue was the commitment to inclusivity and empathy, ensuring no one is left behind or unfairly judged. It was a privilege for myself and The Broken Movement team to share this platform with Matthew, exchanging ideas and insights that resonate deeply with our community.

Moreover, we unveiled five practical strategies for achieving everyday balance in mental health, underscoring our collective dedication to empowering individuals on their journeys to wellness. The experience was not just enlightening but also profoundly inspiring, reinforcing our resolve to continue making a meaningful difference in the lives of those affected by mental health issues.” – Jacob Leo Skilling