Coronavirus Pandemic: Kids Have Worries Too

Talking about our concerns with another caring, present, attentive person is so powerful.  In WarmLine, we learn to be fully present, to listen deeply and to put our story on the back burner as we hold space for the other person.  Our children also need us to do this.  It’s

Coronavirus Pandemic: Age Appropriate Discussions

Talking to children about Coronavirus is sort of like talking to them about any other adult topic.  It might feel as uncomfortable or awkward as talking with them about adult money matters or other grown-up topics.  So, let’s remember the WarmLine guidelines for talking to children about any topic that

Coronavirus Pandemic: Talk About It

You can bet that your children know something unusual is happening, even very young children.  They can sense the stress, they observe the changing routines and they can feel that you are distracted.  They might try to ‘call you back’ with seeming ‘bad behavior’; just know that they are crying

Conronavirus Pandemic: Breaking it Down

This Coronavirus Pandemic is a little unnerving for all of us.  It’s something scary out in the world, and now in our own communities, that we cannot control.  We can feel our anxiety building and our underlying fear start to surface.  We might notice that we are irritable, that our

Exercise with Group Fitness for Self-Care

For many moms, exercise is seen as a luxury we simply don’t have time for. Whether you’re a working mama or a stay-at-home mama, the responsibilities are never-ending and many of us feel that there simply aren’t enough hours in the day to get all of the “things” done. Maybe

Bringing Baby Home

Bringing a baby home can be a time of a million emotions and questions, and not always in the good way. Babies change every relationship, and it is important to find positive ways to transition into parenthood. The Gottman Institute has created a workshop, aptly named “Bringing Baby Home,” to

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