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Preschool Mindfulness – Mind your words! Conscientious Speaking to Bring up a Compassionate Preschooler

Preschool Mindfulness – Mind your words! Conscientious Speaking to Bring up a Compassionate Preschooler

How do you turn your child’s emotional meltdown into a teaching moment? You don’t have to be a zen master to use a mindful approach to supporting your preschooler’s social-emotional learning. You really just need to learn about communication styles that support a caring, nonjudgmental environment. Within this safe environment, your child can have the space to be aware of his or her feeling, learn to identify specific internal reactions, and learn how to manage emotions.

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How to Stay Present -For Parents of Tweens

How to Stay Present -For Parents of Tweens

The ups and downs of tween’s behavior is legendary (it’s the stuff you can remind them when their children reach this age). However, when their energy and mood fluctuations start to upset your balance, it’s time to consciously work on staying present and nonreactive.

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How Spending 5 Minutes a Day Practicing Mindfulness Incites Calm

How Spending 5 Minutes a Day Practicing Mindfulness Incites Calm

As more health and wellness continue to talk about the benefits of mindfulness meditation, you might be looking for classes to take or a center to join to begin your practice. For many of us this is  as far as the effort goes for many reason. Classes may be far away, or nothing fits your schedule. Mediation is one more item to place on your already unmanageable schedule.

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