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Self Care Resources For Parents And Daughters Of All Ages!

Hi Brave Friends,

In the fast-paced and demanding world we live in, it's easy for parents and children to neglect their own well-being while attending to the responsibilities of daily life. However, self-care is not just a luxury but a crucial aspect of maintaining a healthy and balanced life for both parents and children. Taking care of one's mental and physical health is not only essential for personal well-being but also for fostering stronger family bonds and promoting a positive environment.

For parents, self-care practices range from simple strategies like getting enough rest, setting boundaries, and engaging in hobbies to more profound exercises like mindfulness and seeking support from loved ones. Embracing these practices can help parents maintain their sense of self amidst the responsibilities of parenthood and foster a healthier, more nurturing environment for their children.

Self-care Tips for Parents:

  1. Prioritize sleep.
  2. Set boundaries and take personal time.
  3. Engage in hobbies and activities you enjoy.
  4. Seek support from family and friends.
  5. Practice mindfulness and relaxation techniques.
  6. Stay physically active.
  7. Maintain social connections.
  8. Limit screen time.
  9. Laugh and have fun.
  10. Treat yourself to occasional pampering.

For children, self-care is equally vital in shaping their emotional and physical development. Encouraging regular sleep, balanced nutrition, and creative pursuits are just a few ways to promote a child's overall well-being. By teaching children to manage stress, communicate openly, and maintain a positive outlook through affirmations, we equip them with valuable life skills that will serve them well into adulthood.

Self-care Tips for Children:

  1. Encourage regular sleep.
  2. Provide balanced nutrition.
  3. Establish a routine.
  4. Encourage physical activity and play.
  5. Foster creativity.
  6. Limit screen time.
  7. Teach mindfulness and stress management.
  8. Create a safe space for communication.
  9. Use positive affirmations.
  10. Plan family activities for bonding and fun.

Self Care For Parents Raising Kids with Anxiety or OCD by therapist Natasha Daniels.

If you are a parent supporting a child with anxiety or OCD, I know how hard it is for you as a parent. Remember, you can't help your child with anxiety or OCD if you are drowning too. That is where this free program comes in to help give you the resources you need to care for yourself first.

  • Start Date:  Begins Thursday, 8/3/23. Sign up here
  • Description: This free program includes three videos released over the course of a week. You will have the chance to join a Facebook group where Natasha will host live discussions and answer questions. Having followed Natasha on YouTube for a while, I can attest to her expertise and the effectiveness of her programs. Many parents I work with will be participating too. Check out her YouTube channel for a sneak peek of what to expect!
  • Video release dates:

          Thursday Aug 3rd Video #1 released 

          Tuesday Aug 8th Video #2 released

          Thursday Aug 10th Video #3 released

  •  Facebook Live BONUS classes:
     Facebook BONUS Live class #1: Friday, Aug 4th 12p PDT&AZ/1p MDT/2p CDT/3p EDT/8p BST

           Facebook BONUS Live class #2: Wed, Aug 9th 12p PDT&AZ/1p MDT/2p CDT/3p EDT/8p BST

           Facebook BONUS Live class #3: Friday, Aug 11th 12p PDT&AZ/1p MDT/2p CDT/3p EDT/8p BST

           Facebook BONUS Live class #4: Monday, Aug 14th 12p PDT&AZ/1p MDT/2p CDT/3p EDT/BST



Young Women's Power Circle -
This is an accepting community for young women heading off to college.

My friend Hilary Mae, a former therapist for teen girls and a coach for Mothers and Teen Daughters, has designed the Young Women's Power Circle to support college-age girls (18-22).

This is an intimate online group to support determined young women who crave more peace, confidence, and connection as they navigate their college years.

This program meets bi-weekly for a virtual call, and there is a chat group for ongoing support. This program runs throughout the school year.

In today's challenging world, young women often benefit from a supportive community to share experiences and receive valuable feedback.

Hilary is happy to chat and answer any questions you might have. You can schedule a call by clicking here.

Check out my Instagram interview with Hilary to learn more about the Young Women's Power Circle.

The Brave Girl Tribe offers a safe and nurturing online space specifically designed for 5th to 8th-grade girls to support each other and grow together.

At The Brave Girl Tribe, we go beyond just creating friendships. Our community is dedicated to building confidence and bravery in every girl. Through our empowering coaching and educational resources, your daughter will have access to a wealth of tools and guidance to help her flourish.

Joining The Brave Girl Tribe means opening the door to endless possibilities for your daughter. As a member, she'll have the opportunity to connect with girls from all over the United States and Canada, forming new friendships with those who truly understand her.

Our coaching programs and educational resources are carefully curated to foster personal growth and development. From empowering workshops to thought-provoking discussions, we provide the support your daughter needs to thrive and reach her full potential.

Don't miss out on the chance for your daughter to be part of this inspiring community. Sign her up for The Brave Girl Tribe today, and let her embark on a transformative journey filled with friendship, empowerment, and growth. If you want to schedule a chat with me to see if this would be a good fit for your daughter, here is my calendar to schedule a chat with me.

Warm Wishes,

Laura Hayes
Founder of The Brave Girl Project



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