We often hear about focusing on gratitude to improve our mental health, increase happiness, and enhance our connections with others. Creating daily gratitude journals can be a way of keeping track of what you appreciate and can help you to reflect back on what has been most important. However, Kristen Manieri from www.gottman.com shares an idea of how she was able to pass along her gratitude!
We are excited to announce that our very own Dr. Riedl was invited by the TriVillage Chamber Partnership to share her insights on a recent podcast! Click here to learn more about Dr. Riedl, Metta Psychology Group, and her thoughts on mental health.
When was the last time you were truly alone? In today’s booming society, there have been some amazing innovations in technology that increase communication and learning, informing the user with a buzz of incoming news. Unfortunately, the consistent stream of notifications and reminders have made it much more difficult to remember to carve out a moment for yourself during the day.
It’s easy to fall into a bit of a rut over the Summer, looking for ways to keep your kids entertained. Try to think outside the box, looking to local community offerings and adventures right in your own back yard. For example, teaching your kids mindfulness in nature is easy and has amazing benefits, including reduced anxiety and increased concentration.