‘How can I support my child? How can I understand what my child is going through?’ If these questions have been on your mind, and if you’ve been looking for ways to help your child with their worries and concerns, then this is the article for you. In it, you’ll find 5 different exercises that have proven successful in helping your child to visualize what is bothering them. And all you need is a comfortable, quiet spot.
We all may possibly live with an anxiety disorder at some point in our lives. Find out more about these disorders and how mindfulness techniques and meditation may help us deal with them.
Despite an ever-increasing number of ways to connect with other people, research is finding that more and more people feel lonely. So how can we cope with our loneliness? In today’s post, we’ll walk through some approaches to help you overcome feelings of loneliness.
We all have impulses, but just how good are we at managing them? In today’s article, we’ll discuss why it can be so difficult to control our impulses and tips on how to learn to better manage our reactions and desires.
Look away from the light! That is, if you want to finally get a good night’s sleep. Learn how blue light can negatively impact your sleeping patterns and practical changes you can make starting today.
What’s the first thing you do when you wake up? For most of us, we scroll through our phones or immediately start rushing around. But what if for one week, or even one day, you started off your morning with a meditation? In this article, we’ll discuss the benefits of starting your day with mindfulness.
Despite all of the well-known benefits of meditation, just as with exercise or healthy eating, it’s hard to adopt as a long-term habit. Here we’ll go through the 5 most common obstacles and how to overcome them.
Can we talk about meditation as both a positive practice, and a negative obsession, in the same sentence? Meditation is one of the preferred treatments for addiction — but it can be an addiction in itself.
An increasing number of children have been reported to experience challenges in focusing or maintaining concentration. But why is that and is it really a matter of focus or just the byproduct being a kid?