How Parents Can Prevent Teen Mental Health Issues?
For both adults and teenagers, mental health is a crucial component of total well-being. Many adults with mental illnesses experienced symptoms in their youth and adolescence, but they were frequently ignored or untreated. Treatment can be more beneficial for a young person with mental disorder symptoms the earlier it is begun. Growing up with less-severe teen mental health issues is possible with early intervention. Achieving emotional and developmental milestones as well as picking up positive social skills and problem-solving techniques are all part of growing up mentally healthy. Children who have strong mental health are more likely to enjoy life […]
6 Mindful Summer Activities For Happy, Balanced Kids
Kids impatiently start anticipating their summer vacations as the season approaches. Every student’s life is at its happiest during this time. The summer months can be a wonderful time to develop close relationships with your kids. Kids can have fun and enjoy their time off from school over the summer. But parents may find it challenging because they don’t want their kids to get bored or restless. That’s why its important to plan out activities such as games that boost your child’s learning through the vacation. Over the summer, kids are more likely to be at home alone and bored, which […]
Setting Healthy Boundaries With Visitors After Having A Baby
Having a baby is life-changing, but at the same time, it comes with a lot of responsibilities. One of the most important aspects of caring for a new born is by taking care of yourself and your surroundings, which is why it is important to set boundaries. Even though having a baby is an exciting event for the entire family, it might result in a constant stream of relatives dropping by. Some of these visitors might be helpful, while others may not be. And it can be tough to say no to visitors after giving birth. Everyone aspires to be the […]
How Yoga And Meditation Help Your Child Cope With Anger?
Anger is a complex emotion, but what most people don’t realize is that it is a normal and healthy emotion as well. Many people, kids alike, struggle to understand the difference between anger and aggression. For kids, frustration and anger can easily turn into defiance, disrespect, aggression, and temper tantrums if they’re unaware of how to deal with their emotions. Left unchecked, childhood aggression such as fighting, spitting, and teasing can lead to additional problematic issues like academic problems, peer rejections, or poor mental health in adulthood. This is why it’s extremely important to empower your child with mindful tools to […]
How Parents Can Deal With Stress During Exam Time
While exam time can be a difficult period for students, parents go through the motions of exam stress just the same. As a parent, worrying about your children’s state of preparation for the exams is completely natural. You may also be concerned about their sleeping patterns and if they’re eating properly or not. However, there are ways you can aid your stressed child to ensure that things go as smoothly as possible. How Can Stress Impact Your Child’s Exam Performance? Increased anxiety can trigger panic in children and make it difficult for them to focus as well as recall information […]
How To Stop Unnecessarily Criticising Your Children
Criticism is painful to hear, especially when it’s coming from someone very close to you. Nagging can be worse. Now imagine how your child feels when you throw harsh words at them. We understand that your intention is to point out your child’s errors to correct their ways but when you end up criticising your children, it can damage their self-esteem, create power struggles, and an unnecessarily tense environment at home. We also understand that as a parent, your responsibility is to correct your child when they do something wrong. But what parents don’t realise is that delivery changes everything […]
14 Questions To Ask Your Kid About Their Mental Health
The children, our most precious ones, are in their most sensitive and crucial phases of cognitive and social development. When we speak about a young one’s mental health, we speak about important paradigms in this phase of development such as social skills, cognitive ability, emotional wellbeing, and a well-rounded understanding of society at large and their function in it. It is commonly seen that mental illnesses grow latently in early years and become more pronounced only in their early adult years. An early diagnosis coupled with a safe and supporting environment can equip a child and his or her parents […]
Making Friends With Emotions – A Children’s Day Special Webinar
With Children’s Day around the corner, what better way to celebrate it than to speak to some children’s yoga and mindfulness experts to get an insight into their young, impressionable minds? Our children are our future and it is in them, where innocence and simplicity thrive. Hence it is crucial to help them feel secure, internally, and in the world outside. We want to help our young listeners learn how to pause, reflect, rest and start over while building core life skills such as resilience, emotional regulation, mindfulness and acceptance. Our masters Sabrina Merchant and Nishtha Bijlani break it down […]
Effects Of Parental Pressure On Children’s Mental Health
Unrealistic expectations and parental pressure do more harm than good for your child.
5 Big Emotions To Talk About With Your Kids
Explaining these 5 complex emotions to your child in a way they’ll understand it will help them learn to manage their feelings better.
Benefits Of Meditation To Sharpen Kids Memory
Increased exam pressure, assignment deadlines, conflicts with parents, peer pressure are just some of the stresses that our kids face daily. In a world where stopping is akin to missing out on opportunities, stress has been identified as adversely affecting memory formation, difficulty in recalling what one already knows, underachieving, etc. in otherwise healthy kids. Though behaviour pattern cannot be changed, we can definitely alter the response mechanism in our kids by teaching them to meditate. Not only does meditation help in being more focused and productive, it also helps kids to be more relaxed. In these stressful times, it […]