Have you ever felt guilty that your emotional or mental state could be affecting your children? I confess that I, without knowing it, I have lived for a long time in a state of anxiety and [...]
Now that it appears that the Pandemic is slowly diminishing, families across the world are beginning to come out of social isolation. However, as families, and particularly children and teens [...]
In Accountability, Behaviour, Communication, Depression, Exercise, Peer Pressure, Responsibility, Rules, Social Skills, Technology, UncategorizedPosted
With the pandemic, screen time has never been as high as today. During the first lockdown in 2020, French children, aged 6 to 12, spent 7 to 8 hours online mainly because of online class and [...]
In Anxiety, Behaviour, Bipolar, Communication, Depression, Emotional Intelligence, Fears, Mental Illness, Mindfulness, StressPosted
Mental Health, What It Is and What It Isn’t You may know this already but here is a reminder…. a few tips on how children can thrive when they have a toolkit for building mental [...]
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