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Gratitude Activity Sheet

Gratitude Activity Sheet

A list of activities to get you and your family started on naming what you are thankful for. You can get as creative as you want with these or keep it simple.
 
Send Hope: Create a Care Package to Foster Mental Health shopping list

Send Hope: Create a Care Package to Foster Mental Health

Sending your college student back to school? Send them a care package that boosts mental health! Check out our shopping list for ideas.

Spring Cleaning For Your Mental Health

Luke Spiegelhoff, Clinical Director at Nexus-FACTS, joined KSTP's Minnesota Live to talk about the many benefits of cleaning for your mental health.

Additional Resources

 
Gratitude Activity Sheet

Gratitude Activity Sheet

A list of activities to get you and your family started on naming what you are thankful for. You can get as creative as you want with these or keep it simple.
 
Science of Gratitude Poster

Science of Gratitude Poster

A fun example of the science behind gratitude, explaining why it’s important and how it impacts our brains and helps us build resilience.
 
A parent sending their child off to college.

My Daughter Is Leaving For College. How Do I Stop Worrying?

My 18-year-old is heading off to college for the first time and I'm a wreck! I'm happy for her and yet I can't stop all the worries in my head. And I'm really sad she's leaving. It's supposed to be a happy time but I'm feeling so lost. How do I get on board with sending her off to college?
 
Send Hope: Create a Care Package to Foster Mental Health shopping list

Send Hope: Create a Care Package to Foster Mental Health

Sending your college student back to school? Send them a care package that boosts mental health! Check out our shopping list for ideas.
 
Picture of oxygen masks

Keeping Your Oxygen Mask On

One of the most important things I’ve learned as a mom to three sons is the oxygen mask metaphor. It’s second nature to put our children’s needs before our own. But that is a surefire path to burnout. Taking care of yourself so you have the resources (the oxygen) to be a healthy and effective parent is so important. 
 
Father talking to teen son

My Teenage Son Doesn’t Want to Take Care of Himself. Is This Normal for Teens?

My teen has no motivation to take care of himself - I have to remind him to shower. He sleeps all the time, and he has gained a lot of weight. How do I know if this is typical teen behavior or something more?
 
Reading Together

5 Resources You Should Check Out From Our Library

With over 200 articles, videos, blogs, and tools in our resource library, here are five resources you should check out today.
 
Picture of a mother frustrated as her toddler cries.

Should I Be Worried About My Child’s Development?

I have been having problems with my toddler.  He cries a lot and seems to be inconsolable. He is 2 and a half years old and is still not talking and he struggles to walk. He doesn’t engage very well when we play. When I take him to the doctor, she tells me to just give it time and doesn’t offer any other advice. Is this normal?
 
Picture of a parent sitting down and spending time with their child.

Nurturing Your Child in Today's Busy World

With so many things competing for our attention these days, it is more important than ever to be intentional about nurturing your child’s wellbeing. Wellbeing consists of healthy physical, mental, cognitive, and social-emotional health and there are many ways to support it.