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Response inhibition is the ability to think before you leap. It starts to develop in infancy and really plays a role in helping all the executive skills develop. As a teen, it can be hard to have self-control, but there are ways to practice the skills.
Here’s what’s actually happening in our bodies when we get stressed and need a big WOOSAH. It’s all about the chemistry.
Everything a little fuzzy right now? You aren’t alone. But you can learn how to overcome brain fog through self-compasson and mindfulness
Getting caught in a cycle of anxiety can feel like falling down a rabbit hole. Read on to learn some coping skills for worry and overthinking.
Sometimes children and teens need an outlet for nervous energy. Teaching them small and large movements to help refocus their energy and work through their emotions will benefit their mental (and physical) health.
Children are resilient, but they feel stress, too. Teaching your children some calming skills can help them regulate their emotions and learn to self-soothe.