Most likely the person that needs to be reading this isn’t. You feel frustrated and discouraged. Although you’ve made your goals known to your spouse, you seem to be fighting off not only your own unhealthy habits, but theirs too.
Take the challenge to remove and manage screen time for children. It will decrease childhood anxiety, behavioral issues and create more meaningful family connections while also helping that child to discover their true personality.
STOP. Before you read another ‘research’, ‘study’ or ‘survey’ on marriage, ask your self these two questions. How do you define happiness? What does it mean to thrive in marriage?
School is well underway for most of us. This transition back to school is not always the easiest. Changing one thing at a time will make the adjustment easier. Give it a try and see what happens.
Feeling the “Holiday blues” is common, and instead of having to suffer through the holidays wishing they were over, being able to identify your triggers and find healthy coping mechanisms will help you make it through the season.
The holidays can be a time of stress and worry. There are many potential anxiety-inducing situations during the holiday season. That’s where the importance of self-care comes into play.