How to Support Someone with Bulimia

Oftentimes a person with an eating disorder is too embarrassed to seek help. Other times, they may deny that they have a problem. So if you noticed a friend who may bulimic, here are some ways you could approach your friends to help them Educate yourself. You need to educate yourself on what bulimia is … Read more

That Friday Feeling: Tune In And Just Be

 

When was the last time you had a moment to yourself?

As parents, self care may feel like a forgotten art. Yet, part of helping ourselves through challenging parenting moments is to expand our capacity to care for ourselves on a regular basis – which may be in small ways or in small moments.

Join Selina as she teaches the tool of finger breathing – a effective way to take the time you need during those not so great moments, to love yourself in spite of the edges, and give yourself permission to just be.

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That Friday Feeling: It’s Okay Not To Be Okay

We are all working on this parenting thing together. When we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we become courageous to be with what is and be who we are. And the truth is, it is okay to not be okay. 

Join Selina as she recognizes and honors the individual and collective challenges parents face, and tools for being present. 

When we help make ourselves whole, we do the same for our children, holding space to not to be okay, and loving them (and ourselves) through it.

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Sesame Street Speaks Up Against Racism

Sesame Street leads the pack on educating children about inclusion, social issues, and kindness, and now, with their newest special, “The Power of We,” they will teach children how to stand up against racism.

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Re-Parenting Yourself As You Parent Your Child

As you embark on the journey of raising a kind, aware, and emotionally present little one, remember that there is a little one wanting to be parented inside of you, too.

 

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When Your Child Fears The Coronavirus: 8 Tips for Taming Anxiety

As a parent, what do you do when your child has fears that feel out of their control – things like viral outbreaks and global warming? Learn 8 tips for taming fears and anxieties through connection.

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Social Distancing Impact on Children

We share parents’ top concerns and frustrations about their children’s behaviors during this time of staying home, and tools for navigating regression and other stress responses.

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The Verdict Is In – I’m Numb

It was hard for me to focus and be in a space to do anything productive because as a Black woman, I am not okay right now. As a mother to Black children, I am not okay right now. As a police officer’s wife, I am not okay right now. I have come to understand that it is okay not to be okay. 

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How To Use A Calming Corner With Kids Under Three

You’ve likely seen the Calming Corner floating around social media, and you’re probably wondering if this adorably cozy setup will work in your home, let alone with your two-year-old. I know that feeling because this is where I was too, just a few months ago.

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The Ultimate Guide To Building A Calming Corner And Using Time-Ins At Home

How do you say goodbye to time-outs and introduce time-ins? This is the ultimate guide to helping your family shift with a step-by-step guide to creating and using a Calming Corner.

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