So Much Violence: 7 Ways Parents Can Reduce Anxiety & Feel Empowered, for Kids' Sake! by Nicole DeAvilla

4 years ago
So Much Violence: 7 Ways Parents Can Reduce Anxiety & Feel Empowered, for Kids' Sake!

Hey parents, we know that kids pick up on the way we feel. Even the little kids who are too young to know about chaotic world events can feel our sorrow and anxiety. Here are seven tips to help you feel calmer and stronger. 

  1. Practice meditation. 
  2. Practice stress-reducing breathing exercises. 
  3. Limit the time you watch news. 
  4. Help others, volunteer. 
  5. Practice gratitude. 
  6. Practice forgiveness. 
  7. Affirm that you are enough as you are. 

For more details on practicing these powerful tips, click here!

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Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
This is very helpful during these difficult times. Thank you, Nicole DeAvilla !
Nicole DeAvilla
Thanks Elisa All Schmitz 30Seconds Standing together and supporting each other is helpful too. xo
Elisa A. Schmitz 30Seconds
Very true. We need each other!

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