When your start to spiral, redirect your worry by reminding yourself of these undeniable truths.
A Mother’s Stress Impacts Their Child’s Mental Health and Vice Versa
Read about some fascinating new research about family dynamics and its affects on mental health for individuals and in the family.
The Warning Signs of Depression and Anxiety in Kids
Like adults, kids also battle anxiety and even depression. However, the signs and symptoms aren’t always the same in kids as they are in adults. Here are ways to make sure that once you see these warning signs, they don’t go ignored.
Are You Experiencing the Overload Syndrome?
You may already know whether overload syndrome is plaguing your life and family, but these questions can help you assess
Is Jesus’ Yoke Really Light & Easy?
Whether it’s a health issue, relationship issue, or something else, we can find ourselves worn out, weary, and burdened. Here’s how to find the light yoke of Jesus in those times.
5 Ways to Support Your Kids During Scary Times
In a crisis, it is mission-critical to help kids make sense of what’s happening and manage any anxiety they may be experiencing. Here are five tips that might help.
How to Calm Your Anxious Child
If you are the parent of an anxious child, you are not alone. Anxiety is the most common mental health condition of childhood and adolescence. Giving your child strategies to battle anxiety can reduce tensions and help your child (and you) feel empowered.
Using a Feelings Wheel: Why it’s Helpful and How it Works
A Feelings Wheel is a tool used to help recognize and communicate feelings. Although it may seem a bit extra, a Feelings Wheel is a way to work smarter, not harder, with teenagers when identifying and managing emotions.
Making a Toolbox for Anxiety
In the midst of a pandemic, worries and anxieties are heightened for parents and children alike. Learn how to empower children to recognize worry and anxiety and equip them with tools to walk through it.