Self Talk, it is easy to teach at any age

Self Talk refers to the ongoing internal conversation with ourselves, which influences how we feel and behave. For example, you find yourself in a traffic jam while rushing to work one morning. Your self-talk could be pessimistic and you might think, “My whole day is ruined” or you say to yourself, “I will just push things all back today and make the time up later.” How we talk to ourselves all day determines our mood and productivity, our relationships and overall, our mental health. Read More

Tech Neglect

Families are spending 80/hours less a week together bonding and socializing. What does this mean for your children? How will this affect their mental health?
Children need to form the security attachment bond, love and reliability with a parent.This attachment is key to their overall psychological development. If it isn’t formed usually children will start to demonstrate unwanted behaviour. What can parents do to protect and nourish this bond? I will tell you how to keep routines and provide strategies for help at home. Stay Safe and stay home!!

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Kids with cellphones more likely to be bullies – or get bullied.
Here are 6 tips for parents

The research found that while more than half of third-grade bullies carried cellphones, only 35 percent of children who were uninvolved in bullying did. Even more dramatically, three-quarters of third-grade cyberbullies carried cellphones, compared to only 37 percent of third-graders uninvolved in cyberbullying. …

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