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Some helpful resources we love, and can help on your healthy transitions to positive change.
Regardless of your situation, the past two years have presented challenges to relationships in one form or another. Maybe you feel misunderstood by your partner? Perhaps you are tired or being alone and you aren’t quite sure what “putting yourself back out there” can even look like. Maybe you are a little apprehensive of going back to work and mingling with people you used to know, but now feel like complete strangers.
We are all facing a reintegration of sorts back into our respective worlds and moving forward requires some acknowledgement of how our communication can help or hinder us with all of this.
Do you find yourself grabbing food on the go from a take-out window, only to feel hungry soon after, spending the rest of the evening indulging with snacks?
Have you gained weight and feel tired most of the time?
Are you not sure where to start when it comes to your relationship with food?
The type of food we eat can significantly impact our mood and energy levels. Karly Meincke, our dietitian, offers some guidance for all of this, along with a healthy option to keep in the fridge for those busy times. Have a listen!
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Our in-house dietitian, Karly, discusses the link between our nutrition and mental health and shares details about the 6-Week Kick Start Program she is offering.
Three things parents miss when talking to their kids including validating their emotions, the story line that gets created any our own vibe.
A few tips on handling your emotions when they run high, especially in times of anxiety.
Finding new ways to connect with others.
Are you stuck in your head analyzing your problems and missing out on life? Watch our 2-step process on how to solve any problem you encounter in your day, gain peace of mind and find happiness again.
Some other helpful resources we love
A wide range of support for all things parenting.
A variety of helpful resources from books, podcasts and TedTalks.
Resources on a range of topics including addiction, stress and childhood development