August 10, 2022
It can be very challenging if you're a parent supporting a child with a mental illness, but you can do it. Place your expectations aside, and ask your child what they need you to do to support them or make them feel better. You also don't want to always make yourself a part of the solution; otherwise, your child/teen will grow a dependence on you. Create a balance between what you do for them and what you teach them how to do for themselves.
July 22, 2022
Are you a busy professional, entrepreneur, parent, caregiver, or student who often feels irritable, exhausted, unmotivated, and burnt out because you constantly try to balance work and your personal life?
Do you feel that there is never enough time to do anything for yourself between your responsibilities at work, school, and home?Let's take a look at a few self-care activities can you do, even those who are extremely busy, that will help you breathe a sigh of relief:
January 24, 2022
January 09, 2022
Sometimes it may not be noticeable to you if your child may be suffering, and that is okay too. You do not need to pretend to be a mental health professional. While it's inevitable that some children with mental illnesses will exhibit unpleasant traits, parents, guardians, and educators should take special care to support instead of condemning the child. As adults, we are responsible for being kind and empathetic with the children we are blessed to raise, support, educate, and uplift them in empowering ways.
January 02, 2022