A little mindfulness goes a long way, even in adults, but the earlier you can start the habit, the better. This chart is full of ways you can help guide your children to be more mindful of their actions and surroundings, and in turn, help yourself.
The benefits of mindfulness are aplenty, but in children they can make an even bigger difference. It helps boost their self esteem and encourages them to observe and explore the world around them, and also helps them manage anxiety and aggression. Those benefits are huge, and available with a little calm, and a little parental intervention. Check out the full graphic below for ideas you can put to good use at home.
[Via Ozicare Insurance]