Mental health and physical health are closely linked. Your body responds to the way you think, feel, and act. If you have good emotional health, you are aware of your thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. You learn healthy ways to cope with the stress that is a normal part of life. When you are stressed, anxious, or upset, your body reacts in a way that might tell you something isn’t right. It is important to develop healthy habits for our minds as well as for our bodies.

The Center for Families Resource Library can help! We have an extensive collection of resources to help you and your family live a balanced life and develop resilience for life’s disruptions.

We have a list of recommended apps to help reduce stress.

Here are some of our titles for mindfulness and stress reduction:

  • Master of Mindfulness: How to be Your Own Superhero in Times of Stress
  • Mental Health Naturally
  • The Mindful Teen: How to Help You Handle Stress One Moment at a Time
  • Mindful Parenting for ADHD
  • A Still Quiet Place: a Mindfulness Program for Teaching Children and Adolescents to Ease Stress…
  • Mindful Discipline: a Loving Approach to Setting Limits & Raising an Emotionally Intelligent Child
  • Mindful Parenting: Simple & Powerful Solutions for Raising Happy Kids in Today’s Hectic World
  • Sitting Still Like a Frog: Mindfulness Exercises for Kids (and their Parents)
  • Pete the Cat: I Love my White Shoes
  • Mindfulness for Beginners

 Come see us in 3S-12, call us at 314.454.2350 or email us.