Who would have thought that the diary of a Jewish girl would start me on a journey that taught me how to start journaling for mental health? You can learn how to start journaling and improve your mental health today! #SelfCareSunday #mentalhealth #journaling
Seven signs your child needs a therapist that every parent should know. If we want to practice balanced self-care, we need to stay aware of the needs of our children. The greatest gift you can give your kids is the tools to ensure that they have good mental health. #mothersday #mentalhealth #4Mind4Body #therapist
Have you ever wondered why it seems so. hard. to break habits, move past events, or overcome adversity in your life? It may have to do with cognitive dissonance and limiting beliefs. Here’s a powerful way to overcome limiting beliefs. #limitingbeliefs #cognitivedissonance #selfcare #selfcaresunday
Download your free self-care checklist for mental health and learn about the importance of forming healthy self-care habits to improve your outlook on life. #mentalhealth #selfcare #checklist #printable #free
Everybody’s talking about it, but everyone finds it difficult to do. No, not organizing your sock drawer. Finding Sabbath rest. Six practical tips for finding the rest your brain needs. #rest #Sabbath #sabbathrest #selfcare
Over the next five Sundays I’ll explore why preparing for the New Year in healthy ways will engender positive changes in our self-care routines.
The month of November marks the beginning of another National Family Caregivers Month in the United States. You may wonder what a family caregiver IS and why anyone would set aside an entire month to recognize them. You may not even realize that this month is set aside to celebrate YOU. Neglecting caregiver self-care can prove deadly, so follow along this month as we explore ways to take care of yourself during your caregiving seasons. Are YOU a Family Caregiver?…
Do you have a family member who suffers from a mental illness? I learned the hard way what happens when I don’t filter my words. Unfiltered Words Wound Worse than Swords At the time, we thought we said the right things. We thought we spoke in love and Christian admonition. Unfortunately, in our urge to correct and to help Sarah, our daughter, make good choices, we spoke without first letting the Holy Spirit filter our words. “What you’re doing is…