Parenting stress can damage child well-being! Children are impacted by how they perceive they are perceived. What can we do to reclaim the joy of parenting?
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Five useful tips on how to support your upset child. When a child is going through a difficult time, it’s hard for a parent to know how to help. Parenting advice by author Val Mullally
Two thousand years ago wise men from the East left the comfort of all that was comfortable and familiar; they set out into unknown terrain, to seek and find the Something More. Final blog in CHRISTMAS series by Val Mullally: finding meaning in life.
There’s a swing back to a calmer way of being. Medical Science and especially Neuroscience are recognising the power of the ancient art of why mindfulness matters to create calmer, happier lives. Little hinges swing big doors.
Escape the Christmas stress by developing the mindful habit of “wait a little”. When we take time to slow down it not only improves our well-being it can also make life more enjoyable for those who are with us. The fifth blog of this CHRISTMAS series by Val Mullally.
Child Abuse – something you never want to happen to any young person. A parent’s worst nightmare. What can a parent do when they discover child abuse – here’s how to respond when your child reveals a shocking secret.
When we are stressed we are most likely to drop into a default mode of crowded thoughts and frantic rushing. We often let our thoughts and emotions dictate, without stopping to actually assess what’s helpful. Here’s how to clear your mental clutter and actualise your mental well-being. In the penultimate blog of this CHRISTMAS series “A” is for “Actualise”.
Here is how to stop the mind spin, how to stress less and enjoy Christmas. How we think about the situation can add to our stress or diminish it. Blog post by Val Mullally: automatic negative thoughts and how to change them to change your feelings, which change your behaviour and can create happier outcomes at Christmas
In the fourth blog of this CHRISTMAS series, Val Mullally looks at “I for Inspiration” – how to breathe life into your passion.