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EMOTIONAL OR TRUE HUNGER? 7 DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ONE AND THE OTHER - Tiasha Slana
Emotional eating can give us temporary relief, a patch, so to say, but in the long run it doesn't bring anything good.
Warrior Goddess Training on Instagram: “Reposted from @jacobnordby - I’m passionate about this topic as I have learned that the “inner little” holds the keys to creative,…”
3,262 Likes, 93 Comments - Warrior Goddess Training (@warrior_goddess_training) on Instagram: “Reposted from @jacobnordby - I’m passionate about this topic as I have learned that the “inner…”
“I” Message - GoodTherapy.org Therapy Blog
An “I” message or “I” statement is a style of communication that focuses on the feelings or beliefs of the speaker rather than thoughts and characteristics that the speaker attributes to the listener. For example, a person might say to his or her partner, “I feel abandoned and worried when you consistently come home late …
How to Create a Sensory Diet for Kids
Learn what a sensory diet is, how it can benefit your child's learning, focus, behavior, and emotional regulation, and discover which activities should be part of your child’s individual sensory diet.
List of Pictionary words - easy difficulty
From the Game Gal Here's a list of words to play the drawing game pictionary or a similar game. Have students take turns drawing a word silently on the board. The rest of the class tries to guess which word the student is drawing. The words are easy difficulty level - for young children or English...
Social Problem Solving Games For Decision Making Lessons
Make learning fun with these three social problem solving games! In these games, students will learn to solve problems instead of reacting to their emotions. They are a perfect resource for students who struggle with anger management, impulsivity, etc. and can be used in individual, small group, or ...
Anger Management Activities for Teenagers: A Workbook for Behaviors & Feelings
This workbook specifically designed for teenagers and adolescents and has been developed utilizing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy principles. This workbook primarily focuses on emotions, behaviours, anger management and self-care. Students with anger management difficulties often represent a signific...
Oil & Water Galaxy Sensory Bottle • Capturing Parenthood
Are you sick of sensory bottles yet? 🙂 I hope not, because today I’m sharing one of our favorite bottles – an Oil & Water Galaxy Sensory Bottle! I love this bottle, because it truly shimmers and sparkles when each piece of glitter catches a ray of light (just like the millions of stars that […]
The One Question That Halted My Helicopter Parenting
After combing through mommy groups, I landed on a question that made total sense to my helicopter parenting mom-brain: Does that feel safe in your body?
8 Ways Kids Can Calm Down Anywhere PLUS a Printable Mini Book
These 8 ways kids can calm down anywhere are great tools for helping kids when upset. Grab the printable mini book and keep them with you!
How I learned to parent my ADHD child - Fuzzymama
Struggling knowing how to parent your ADHD child? This article will fill you with clarity and give you ideas that require no punishments or rewards. Read about how I put Ross Greene's CPS method into action and learned how to parent my ADHD child.
Mentally Strong Children Are Asked These 5 Thing Daily | Word From The Bird
Questions for kids to connect on a deeper level. Here are 5 questions to help you bond emotionally and mentally with your kids.