Inside Out is a family movie that makes kids and adults start thinking deeper about how they feel and respond to certain situations. Throughout this film, there are references to emotions and kids get to enjoy learning more about anger, joy, sadness, and other emotions as they follow the journey of the Inside Out team.
Raising teenagers is rarely easy. They’re bound to make mistakes along their journey towards adulthood, and sometimes those poor decisions involve developing an addiction to drugs and alcohol. No matter how good they are at hiding these things, it’s only a matter of time until mom or dad finds out.
As we begin to age, it’s imperative that we get a good night’s rest. There’s really nothing worse than waking up and feeling as though you never even went to sleep. If you’re dragging and find your energy lagging, these tips for improving your sleep quality might be exactly what you need.
Life comes with its set of ups and downs, and sometimes, we get tested in ways we wouldn’t have imagined. And humans, being emotional creatures that we are, feel broken and lost. If that’s something you’re going through and you seem to be drowning in the sea of hopelessness and despair and are feeling broken, here’s something to get you to stay sane and find your path.
This Children’s Mental Health Week people are being asked to think about what makes them feel brave. It’s not always easy to ‘find your brave’ but Barnardo’s has come up with some handy tips for parents on how to help their children build their confidence.
Oozing confidence is not something that’s easy to do. In fact, some of us feel as though there isn’t even the slightest bit of confidence to ooze out of us. Because the truth us, confidence is something you have to gain through life.
In support of Children’s Mental Health Week (3-9 February 2020), the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust, a charity working to equip young people with the skills to look after their mental wellbeing, has shared its top tips for encouraging your family to become more active and to experience the benefits of exercise for mental wellbeing.
As a society, we have grown to see Monday’s as the evil day that marks the beginning of a long workweek. But why is that? Is it because we have been conditioned to look at them in that manner or is it because they are really that awful?
Hundreds of years ago, Buddha called the mind a ‘monkey mind’- always jumping around from one thought to another. Restless….
Bullet journaling is a trending organisation system that’s used by students, parents, and anyone who wants to plan more effectively. There are many ways to bullet journal, but the classic technique is to simply create a shorthand key and make to-do lists.