New Skills for Handling Childhood Distress

So much of what we learn from our parents or caregivers is passed down to future generations. It’s not uncommon to react to your child based on how your parents responded to you when you were growing up. Have you ever reflected on how your parents treated you in distressing

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Maintaining mental health in times of turmoil

Uncertainty has grown for many families, and we are in the most trying times – financially, socially, and mentally. Help is still available, and it’s time to explore new options to find what is needed for your family. Birthright is here to help too. Do you feel like it’s hard

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Self Esteem – Part 3 of 5

In the first two articles about self-esteem and self-worth, we covered a lot of territory on the journey to self-love and acceptance. Self-esteem is defined as a noun – a person, place or thing. While it could be considered a “thing” It could also be considered a place, such an

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