Your child may be suffering from anxiety, but may not have the tools to express their feelings and cope during times of distress. Below are a few mindfulness techniques for children who suffer from anxiety.[Read more…] about Mindfulness Techniques for Children Who Suffer from Anxiety
Meditation promotes mental and emotional well-being for everybody, from older adults to young children. But how is meditation good for children?
Studies show that mindfulness and meditation help kids focus better, learn emotional regulation skills, and build psychological resilience. This is particularly helpful for children with ADD or ADHD, although any child would reap the benefits of the practice.[Read more…] about How is Meditation Good For Children?
For older adults, exercise is essential for maintaining cardiovascular and skeletal health, promoting healthy cognitive function, and preventing age-related disease. However, if you’ve been sedentary for quite a while, it may be challenging to get back into the exercise habit again.
Below are a few tips to help you reboot and restart your fitness routine in your older years.
Although yoga is popular among adults, it can be easily appreciated and enjoyed by kids. In fact, practicing yoga can be a fun physical activity that you and your whole family can do together. So why not step on the mat this weekend, or after your kid’s ballet or soccer meet, or even this Father’s Day? Here’s every reason you should:
With Father’s Day approaching, you might want to sit down and take a few minutes to be thankful for your dad, husband, or father figure in your life. Below is a brief meditation you can do to send love and gratitude to them.
When the COVID-19 lockdown forced my husband to stay home, I looked forward to a break from the typical busy routine and had grand thoughts of bringing back those exhilarating and blissful days of long ago.
Being a work from home freelancer, I had no problem with the coronavirus quarantine. I’m used to being alone the whole day. But having the hubby now keeping me company seemed a good time for doing things together, having long talks and mostly just reconnecting on a deeper level.
It’s been a month now and I’ve realized that this Covid-19 enforced 24/7 togetherness is getting overwhelming. Speaking for myself, the excitement of having him home faded fast and stress is taking its place. Although the love and commitment remain, I can’t wait for our customary normal to be back.