A few weeks ago, Jessi and I were talking about parenting and the pandemic. During the course of our conversation we got on the topic of resilience. Resilience is the ability to recover quickly from difficulties. The pandemic has been hard on the entire world for a variety of reasons and it’s not the only hard thing we will encounter. Could we, as parents, use this time to help our children learn skills that will not only help our families survive this time of global pandemic but thrive in future challenges?

Resiliency is like armor. It protects us against experiences which could be overwhelming, it helps us maintain balance when life is difficult or stressful, and it can protect us from developing some mental health difficulties and issues. People who possess these skills are able to use these strengths and skills to recover well when they face a difficulty. Without the armor of resiliency, we can easily become overwhelmed by and use unhealthy coping mechanisms leading to additional stress and challenge as well as possible poor mental health. 

So we’ve put together a new FREE course, “Parenting in a Pandemic: Secrets to Survival” because we want to help you strengthen your family’s armor of resiliency. The class is self-paced so that you can work through it on your own schedule. In it, you will find valuable information on how stress and chaos impact the brain as well as survival skills that will help your family not only right now but also in future challenges. And because we get the most out of information when we are able to put it into action, the course includes three activities that you can do alone or with your family to start putting the survival skills into action.

And yes, it’s FREE because we want you to have this valuable information right now. It’s our gift to you because we are passionate about helping you and your family be strong, no matter what you are facing. 

To get the course, click on the link below.

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