The word “trauma” is often used to emphasize the needs of families seeking refuge from war in their home countries. While it often elicits empathy and the desire to support and care for people, it also influences how we perceive each other.
Adapting to this new situation is full of potential challenges, as parents, couples and children! These tips are meant to help prevent stress and give children a sense of security.
Take some time to share your thoughts about what makes your family resilient!
Remind yourselves of the big and small things you do for each other every day!
This exercise only takes a few seconds. It can help you regain focus again when stress or anxiety are clouding your thoughts.
Try these quick fixes that help children regain a sense of control when anger or anxiety take over…
No matter how differently we think about the mind and the soul, we all have one thing in common: a body that responds similarly to stress and wellbeing…
Stress isn’t always a bad thing. Read how you can use it to your advantage, and how to tell when it’s time for self-care.
Can you remember comforting someone who was feeling sad, anxious or distressed? And can you remember how you felt afterwards?
Stress overload has an impact on the body, and the mind. Over time, this takes a toll on our ability to focus. Try these quick activities to help your mind and body get back into synch!
This breathing technique can activate your nervous system’s “brakes”…
Physical activity is one of the best strategies to reduce stress. Here are some ideas to get your heart rate up when you need a mood boost!