Our everyday experiences can be some of our most impactful teachers in life. I noticed two small, typical, yet powerful moments from this last week that made me reflect upon the ways my Connected Hearts philosophy looks in real life.
Today’s blog is experiential, an opportunity to be mindful and observant. The tools I share today come from a meditation I use in my personal life, as well as with my clients. “Loving Your Teenage Self” is a practice I teach parents; it’s a pathway into self-care, as well as connection with your children and teens.
We are never too young to learn and implement self-care. In fact, the rapidly changing teenage brain can gain stability and become more resilient through self-care practices. The lives of teens can be drastically transformed, supported, and affirmed through self-care tools.
This 6-Step Process gives you tools for communicating with your tween or teen on the days they come home upset and venting, and even on the days when they respond with silence.
You have taken the time to imagine the peaceful, joyful, and loving holiday season that you and your family want, need, and deserve. Now, give this intention value by aligning your actions with it. As 2017 comes to a close, I’m excited to share 5 tips for containing your energy and engaging in ways that fulfill you.
No matter what you are going through this holiday season, and no matter where you fall on the spectrum of stress and ease, setting intentions can be a powerful practice. Join me in setting intentions for a peaceful, joyful, and loving holiday season!