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May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Posted on General, Self-Esteem, Stress May 1, 2022 by Mary George

May is Mental Health Awareness Month – When you are struggling, speaking up can be scary and difficult. We have put together some positive resources for kids, teens and parents to help get the conversation started, realize that they are not alone and to help them feel comfortable with their mental health. As always, please reach out to us if we can help in any way!
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Dare to Share The Dare to Share campaign features celebrities and kids telling powerful stories about their own challenges and how they found the courage to ask for support.
May Mental Health Awareness Campaign
Child Mind Institute

She Persisted – A Teen Mental Health Resource created by a teen – podcast and website

How to Help Kids Who Are Lonely – What Parents can say to kids who are struggling socially and how they can help.

Child Mind Institute


Talkspace – Talkspace is convenient, affordable, and confidential therapy you can do anywhere, anytime.

Wondermind – The newly launched site offers a newsletter as well as psychological practices and tools people can use to practice “mental fitness.”

Go Noodle – The Moderators – series intentionally sets out to make it “cool” for kids to express their feelings.

Positive instagram accounts focusing on mental health:
@ voicesofhope
@ mentalhealthcoalition
@ behinddeverysmile

@ discuss.mentalhealth


*If you or a loved one is struggling with suicidal thoughts please call 1-800-273-8255.


The objective of these resources and offerings are educational, not psychotherapeutic in nature and should not be substituted for psychological counseling, psychotherapy, mental health counseling, or any other type of psychotherapy or medical advice.


Posted on Affirmation, General, Self-Esteem March 1, 2019 by Mary George


Today kicks off Women’s History Month and as we have done the last few years, we want to honor the early leaders, change makers, and visionary women who have come before us. Take time this month to talk and reflect with your children about the accomplishments of these women and the impact they have had on our lives. See below for a few books about them to dive into this month!

Now, take a moment to consider – How do we help develop the next generation of visionaries and leaders?
Ask questions that will guide them to find what makes them happy, what they are confident in doing, discovering their passion, and learning what they value. Who are the positive female leaders of today that they look up to? Teaching our children communication and conflict resolution skills such as how to have a conversation, listening and appreciating various perspectives, and reflecting as they go along will be paramount for this generation. Our Leadership and Peer Mentoring Workshops focus on these essential questions and skills. Contact us for further information on these interactive, dynamic workshops!

Books for the month:
100 Women Who Made History: Remarkable Women Who Shaped Our World (100 in History)

Women in Science: 50 Fearless Pioneers Who Changed the World by Rachel Ignotofsky

Rad Women Worldwide: Artists and Athletes, Pirates and Punks, and Other Revolutionaries Who Shaped History by Kate Schatz

Girls Think of Everything: Stories of Ingenious Inventions by Women by Catherine Thimmesh

Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls – by Elena Favilli

Anthology of Amazing Women: Trailblazers Who Dared to Be Different Sandra Lawrence

Rad American Women A-Z: Rebels, Trailblazers, and Visionaries who Shaped Our History . . . and Our Future!
The Book of Awesome Women: Boundary Breakers, Freedom Fighters, Sheroes and Female Firsts ​by Becca Anderson ​


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