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From Surviving To Thriving

"There are all these moments you think you won't survive. And then you survive." - David Levithan I’m already reflecting on this year as October is in full gear. I’m thinking about Read More

College Bound: How Parents Can Handle the Next Step in Their Teen’s Educational Journey

You watch with a mixture of pride and a touch of sadness, as your eldest child walks across the stage to accept their diploma. You begin to think: How did Read More

Is My Child Anxious? Spotting the Signs of Anxiety in Kids

Stress, anxiety, worry, fear; as adults we know how these feel and how we physically react to these uncomfortable feelings. Our patience can be shorter, we may become forgetful, experience Read More

Here's to 2023!

A new year has been rung in and for some of us this means setting our New Years resolutions. Maybe you’d like to focus more on your health, gaining a Read More

Day 12: Focusing On What Brings You Joy

This busy time of year makes it even more important to prioritize your mental health and well-being. With all the holiday events and happenings, think about attending those which bring Read More

Day 11: The Art of Doing Nothing

When was the last time you did nothing? There was no sense of urgency to cross the next task off the never ending to do list; you just enjoyed a Read More

Day 10: Listen to Music for at Least 30 Minutes

Music has an incredible impact on our mood! It can be a really effective way to cope with stress. So, today, listen to at least 30 minutes of music. This may Read More

Day 9: Slow Down and Connect

Taking time to slow down and connect with the ones that matter most to us can help us recharge while nurturing those relationships we value. To get the most self-care Read More

Day 8: Gratitude; It's the Little Things

Gratitude is a form of self care that helps you see what’s there instead of what isn’t. But during busy times it may be hard to slow down and appreciate Read More

Day 7: Creativity as Self Care

Creativity can help you express what you are thinking and what you are feeling. It is one of the many ways we can engage in self-care. A few creative activities Read More

Day 6: Cook Your Favorite Meal And/Or Treat

One way to practice self-care is by making your favorite meal and/or treat! Take time to enjoy your comfort food no matter how unhealthy it is. An exercise you can Read More

Day 5: Take Time to Unplug

Taking the time to unplug can mean different things to each of us. Whether it be unplugging from social media, mindless scrolling through the news on our phones, or even Read More

Day 4 of Holiday Self-Care

It is Day 4 of our 12 Days of Self Care! Here are two quick and easy tips you can start doing today. Enjoy and happy relaxation! Creating a sleep routine With Read More

Let's Get Grounded!

Feeling overwhelmed can happen quickly during the holidays. From all the holiday parties, festivities, and our day to day routines, we can feel like we’ll never get everything done. Grounding Read More

Tips to Help Avoid Holiday Meltdowns

As parents, we often find ourselves in a situation where we are enjoying all the wonderful events and festivities that the season has to offer, when suddenly our child/children begin Read More

Giving Ourselves The Gift Of Self Care This Holiday Season

The holiday season is a time of year filled with joy, gathering with friends and family and STRESS! Between all the shopping, wrapping and holiday parties, our need to recharge Read More

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