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How to Help Your Child Identify and Process Feelings

Big feelings like frustration, embarrassment, worry, fear and anger can be difficult emotions for kids to process. Young children don’t yet have the words to describe their feelings and, therefore, use other ways to get them across. Tantrums,…
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Preventing Tantrums: Instilling Daily Calm is Key 

The mind, hard to control, Flighty—alighting where it wishes— One does well to tame. The disciplined mind brings happiness. ~Buddha   We’ve all been there...you tell your child she cannot have that candy bar at the…
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How to Help Your Child Set Goals

In his timeless book Think and Grow Rich (one of the best-selling books of all time), Napoleon Hill revealed that EVERY single successful person had two “common denominators” for success: they set a specific goal and created a plan for achieving…
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Mindful Eating for Kids

Mindful Eating for Kids - Tips for Fostering Healthy Relationships with Food Mindfulness is the practice of slowing down so you can notice your thoughts, feelings and what’s going on in your body. It’s the art of living in (and savoring)…
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Top 5 Christmas Gifts for Kids for Mindfulness & Personal Growth

Top 5 Gifts for Kids (that foster their personal growth!) At this time of year we tend to run around buying our kids everything on their holiday list. Sure, it’s great to see their little faces light up when they open a Barbie Dream House…
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Does your Child Struggle with ADHD? Mindfulness, Yoga and Deep Breathing May Hold the Key

ADHD (attention hyperactivity disorder) is one of the most common mental disorders affecting children. According to The American Psychiatric Association (APA), roughly 8.4 percent of children have ADHD. Children with ADHD often have a hard time…