Children and stress

If you don’t have kids in your life these days, it may surprise you to hear that many children today are feeling pretty stressed out.

The demands made on kids today are very different than what was expected of us when we were school aged children. Having a ‘stay at home’ parent has become a real rarity so many children don’t even make it home till dinner time. They may feel rushed to get things done, bath time, dinner, homework and then off to bed…this can be incredibly stressful!

Here are some great tips by Julie Revelant is a freelance writer and copywriter specializing in parenting, health, healthcare, nutrition, food and women’s issues. She’s also a mom of two.

In our work with horses we will often help our clients develop self-soothing and relaxation skills. We work with our parents on strategies for making things flow more smoothly at home. We are happy to attend IEP meetings when appropriate to share our insights on a client and to learn more about how we can support the educational team. We are here to help our clients and their families to be more healthy and happy.

If you know someone who is having a hard time with the stress of everyday life, give us a call or send us an e-mail. We will set up a time for you to come visit our site and meet our wonderful horses. We’ll learn more about the challenges you are dealing with and share how we may be able to help.

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