Below are the six behavioural domains that have been shown to promote well-being and mental health:

Connecting with Others
This involves engaging in social relationships with the people around you (e.g., family, friends, neighbours, or community groups). Good quality social relationships can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety,

Challenging Oneself
Challenging yourself and learning new things has been shown to enhance self-esteem, optimism, and satisfaction with life.

Giving to Others
Helping others not only benefits the receiver of the helping behaviour, but also the doer. Can improve life-satisfaction and self-esteem, while reducing levels of felt hopelessness and depression.

Physical Activity
Exercising can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety and prevent new symptoms. It is also associated with improved physical function, lower blood pressure, and reduced illness, higher levels of happiness and life-satisfaction.

Embracing the Moment
This is how you get fully involved in the present moment – using your complete attention and awareness to do what you are doing in that moment.

Caring for Oneself
This involves caring for your body and mind. Looking after yourself has been associated with a more positive mood, better cognitive functioning, pain modulation, alertness and quality of life.