Monthly Archives: August 2015

Prioritize Your Well-Being: Our Mental Health Online Resources

Between balancing school, maintaining a social life and living at home, life as a teenager can be overwhelming. If you, a loved one, or one of your students is looking to add mindfulness into their daily routine or is in

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Teaching Others How to Chill

Step 1: Check In Ask participants to say which activity or suggestion from the website they have tried since your last meeting. Ask them to describe what they did and what it felt like. Step 2: Teach Out Teach Outs

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Guided Imagery

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Super Sleep

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Life Balance

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Mindfulness

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Lead a youth workshop.

Girl Scouts who complete all eight steps will be eligible for the limited-time Change to Chill patch. Click here to learn more!   There is so much pressure on teens and pre-teens to do and be their best in school,

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Help someone you mentor.

We know that every mentoring relationship is unique and that the amount of time together and focus of that time can vary. Trust and mutual respect are also important. So while we’ve provided some ideas and a structure, follow your

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Help a family member.

No parent wants to see their child totally stressed out (or to be stressed out themselves). Stress makes family life challenging for everyone. However, as much as we might like to shelter our families from it all, there are a

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