November 2021

Found 3 blog entries for November 2021.

The Connection to Mental Health and Your Living Space 

The places that you spend the most time have a serious impact on your mental health and wellbeing. Multiple studies have shown the connections between living spaces and the effects on mental health through how a room is furnished, the size of the living space, and whether or not you live alone or with others. Anywhere from what state you live in, the weather in your area, how often you socialize, and the conditions of your work environment all play a direct role in your mental and physical health.

 Nurturing Mental Health at Home: How to Create a Space that Promotes Healing and Mindfulness

While many environmental factors are known to contribute to our mental state, there are certain elements that further impact our ability to adjust to our surroundings and cope with stress. The most

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House History and Genealogy

The Importance of Teaching Our Children History

When children learn about their family history, they not only develop high self-esteem and a feeling of worth, but they are able to better handle stress. Since family stories help children understand who they are and where they came from, they are able to form a sense of identity while gaining a greater understanding of the past. It is this learning of the past that allows present and future generations to live their lives with confidence and a sense of appreciation for our ancestors. 

Family stories provide us with a sense of belonging and have a direct impact on the way we hold ourselves. Shared stories over generations play an important role in shaping our view of the

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The Effects of Moving on Childrens’ and Teens’ Mental Health: A Guide for Parents

Moving is a stressful experience at the best of times, especially with families. Add in any extenuating circumstances, and it can deeply affect children and teens. In fact, kids who have moved five or more times during their childhood are three times more likely to develop mental health problems compared to kids who never moved at all.

Moving to a new city is a huge change that comes with plenty of new challenges for children to face. In a situation of relocation, children, and teens often feel stressed and unheard resulting in abnormal social behavior though this may be masked by initial excitement around the move. When children are exposed to unstable housing

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