How to Care Less About What Others Think
Has this ever been you? You’ve probably seen some variation of this meme already. They’re all over the place. Whether we’re all still a little more awkward from the isolation of the beginning of the pandemic, or we’re all just...
6 Different Types of Rest & Which You Need
You’ve probably seen the phrase on Instagram or Tiktok or Twitter sometime in the last few years. It’s been made into a hashtag. #RestIsEssential. And it’s true. We need rest. But what kind of rest? When are we resting to help...
Are Your Boundaries Too Rigid?
We know boundaries are important. They’re what protects our mental, emotional, and physical energy so that we’re not running ourselves ragged, engaging intimately with others without intention, or compromising our values. Firm...
Finding Holiday Magic When You’re a Burned out Parent
Remember, what your child wants most is to spend meaningful time with you! There is a lot of emphasis on the consumer aspect of the season, but stepping back and simplifying can help you regain some of that feeling of holiday magic, and truly pass it along to your kids. How can you do that? Here are 5 ways to get started.
10 Journal Prompts to End the Year
While your life may not change dramatically from day to day, I bet if you remembered where you were in your life last December, you would find that you’re a whole different person now. That growth deserves to be noticed and celebrated.
6 Ways to Make Peace With Life Transitions
Life transitions can be complicated emotionally, even when it’s for something positive. Here are 6 ways to make peace with life transitions, big or small.
3 Ways to Work Through Your Feelings Without Talking Through Them
When we spend too long talking about our feelings we can get fixated on them. For other ways to connect with and explore your feelings other than talking, read this post.
4 Tips for Parenting with Anxiety
Some parents experience so much fear and worry about their kids that it interferes with their day to day lives, including their ability to parent effectively. How can you tell when what you’re feeling is normal parental concern or something more serious, like an anxiety disorder?
Communicating Your Mental Health Needs with Your Partner
Being open about your mental health invites space into your relationship for you and your partner to show up as your true and honest selves. Here are some things to consider when opening up a mental health dialogue with your partner.
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