Get guided meditations that last from just two minutes to a half an hour on this clever app for mindfulness and deep sleep. The app offers a free, seven day program to jumpstart your sense of calm in everyday situations.
This splendid app reminds you via push notification to live in the present. You'll receive random reminders to engage with your environment, practice mindfulness, and prompts to ramp up your compassion and consideration.
Little Memory reminds you daily to take a moment to remember where you've been and reflect on where you are. The app prompts you to find the good in each day and write a few sentences or share a picture to your private account to commemorate what makes every day special and unique. Practising a daily dose of positivity will help change your outlook throughout the day, and will give you unique snapshots of your history.
If you want to develop more mindful eating patterns, the Mindfulness Diet app will help you learn to be more aware of what your body wants and needs, and to plan and create meals with complex texture and taste to satisfy your sense and help you pause to appreciate your food at a slower pace.
This no-hassle app helps you tap into your feelings using emojis. The app will check up on you via message and ask you to respond in emojis and reflect on your response and how it makes you feel. It's quick, creative, and fun!
You can customise this super simple app to offer you encouragement and a moment to think during your hardest time of day. The little break for mindfulness takes less than a minute, but helps train your brain to slow down and think positive.
Smiling Mind was designed specifically for young users, with options for users as young as 7 years, but offers an adult program as well. The app promotes mindfulness and mental wellbeing through meditation exercises.
Parenting Styles Continuum Developmental Affirations Family Rules Parent by Personality Types Challenging Temperaments Highly Sensitive Children Explosive Children Trauma and Parenting ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder Sensory Integration Autism and Aspergers Early Childhood Teens Chores House Rules I have been a child and family therapist for over 20 years. It didn't occur to me right off the bat how much choosing this profession would involve coaching parenting strategies. So I've done my share of research over the years. Here's what I found: THERE IS NO RIGHT WAY TO PARENT. Parenting is on a continuum . This is best described by Jean Illsley Clarke (author of Self-Esteem a Family Affair), in Growing Up Again . Parenting styles range from overly strict to overly permissive. Probably moderation is the healthiest . In the middle of the continuum, you should have a set of Non-Negotiable Rules and a set of Negotiable Rules. Rigidity
We all have different learning styles. The MBTI personality type indicator is used a lot for career choice selection, but can also be used for communication and now for understanding more about your learning and studying style. Download the Keirsey version of the personality test. What the MBTI Says About Your Learning Style and Study Skills http://www.suite101.com/content/myers-briggs-types-students-a31907#ixzz1Gm9qkTU8 Lists a description of study skill strengths by each of the 16 personality types. Study Skills Strategies http://www.d.umn.edu/kmc/student/loon/acad/strat/ "Knowing how to study is like knowing how to fish. It's a set of learning skills that lasts a lifetime and brings many rewards. Just as there are ways to know that you are a competent fisherman, there are also ways to develop study skills competency." Oodles of Study Skills Links Amby's Education Resources: Learning Styles & Study Skills Teaching approaches that will appeal