Accepting Differences: One way to work with kids and teens on fostering healthy relationships is by building skills around empathy. An aspect of practicing empathy is learning to accept and appreciate differences.
Grow with Care: Learning self-care in fun and creative ways makes it more likely that kids/teens may use as they grow up. One kind of self-care that can be made into a game is mindfulness.
Just like we can hold onto physical items that clutter our life, so can we hold onto relationship clutter.
Life is not “neat and clean”. Life is messy. Along with mess is clutter. Our physical environment can affect our emotional state, and this is different for each person. One important question to consider is how does clutter affect you?
Taking time for yourself may seem like a luxury, but self-care is an important aspect of good mental health.
Good mental health is essential to overall health and well-being. It is important to know that mental health conditions are common and treatable.
How many hours do you spend each day on your screen? If you are a parent, do you know how much “screen time” your child receives?
Expecting moms and new moms.
Moms to school-aged children, teens, and young adults.
Moms that are raising their adult children and grandchildren.
Foster moms, step-moms, and co-parents.
Neighborhood moms and church moms—It takes a village.
Dog moms and cat moms. Even plant moms.