Tag: Self awareness

The Spontaneous Unity of Family in Flow

Amidst the “Great Reshuffle,” we have an opportunity to create the new age of the family. Check it out!

Healthy Ways of Coping with Upset and Other Challenging Emotions

Have you created a simple healthy coping strategies list with your family to support you during emotionally-tough times? We show you how – in English and Spanish!

Making the World More Just and Equitable Right at Home

Author Shannon Wanless offers everyday ways in which we can check our alignment of values with our choices and actions.

Rebuilding Our Social Intelligence

Going back out into the world may not be as simple as we may first think. What do we need to rebuild our social intelligence?

Join In Celebrating #SEL Day by Responding

Celebrate #SELDay2022 by sharing what you do to promote social and emotional skills with your family!

Parents Supporting Studying in the Middle and High School Years

Wondering how, as a parent, you can play a role in your middle and high schooler’s learning?

Family Thanksgiving; Learning the Stories of our Past

Generating gratitude by learning and sharing together in family history and passing on that knowledge to the children present.

Embracing the Mystery

Acceptance In Uncertain Times “Excitement gets caught like a lump in my throat and won’t pass through,” said my husband the other day and I was reminded of the reflection my son offered this summer… “I don’t get excited about plans because I know they probably won’t work out.” I’ve been wondering about why after …

Changing the Conversation – Student, Parent, Teacher Pandemic Learning Gains

Let’s Examine What Specifically Children and Teens Learned in this Past Year

Five Reasons Why You Might Encourage Your Child To Journal

By Guest Author Alexandra Eidens, Founder, Big Life Journal Those who journal are in good company. Some of history’s greatest visionaries, including Ben Franklin, Winston Churchill, and Marie Curie, kept journals. But aside from famous company, there are other important reasons for journaling. Studies show that keeping a journal reduces stress, improves focus and boosts mood. …

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