Check out our curated list of resources.
You can find countless websites, blogs, and social media accounts offering information and advice about parenting and mental health. Below you'll see the resources we've found most helpful on our parenting journey. We hope you see value in them too.
GoZen! creates online social and emotional learning programs for kids ages 5-15 and their parents. Their mission is to teach kids skills to transform stress, anxiety, worry, anger, perfectionism, negativity, and social worry into POWER.
If you are thinking, worrying, or just fretting about what it will be like when some or all of your kids call another place home (even if it is just their grimy dorm room) then this conversation is for you.
This children's book series teaches resilience and emotional health by helping kids learn how define their worth internally based on their character & effort; how to follow their heart and find courage in scary moments; how to rise again after failure; and how to have empathy for individuals from different backgrounds.
Positively Present is dedicated to positive personal development through inspirational words and vibrant, colorful content. On the site, you’ll find advice for dealing with life’s challenges, inspiration for staying positive even when it’s difficult (it’s not always easy, but I’m here to help!), and resources for staying positive and present as much as possible.
Dr. Nicole LePera invites you on a journey to develop a united philosophy of mental, physical, and spiritual health that equips followers with the tools necessary to heal themselves.
Lauren, a Certified Trauma Informed Coach, works with women to help them reclaim their bodies, no matter what they’ve been through, no matter who has hurt them, and no matter how hard they’ve been on themselves.
Destini Ann talks about healthy alternatives to punishment and punitive discipline. Rather than focusing on changing our kid's behaviors through force, this class is an invitation to teach, communicate, and model value based behaviors.
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