The Parish School Blog
Apr 21, 2020
Coronavirus or COVID-19 is causing significant disruption to our lives. We are fearful of contracting the disease or someone we love becoming ill. People are setting up rooms where a sick family member could be isolated. We have financial concerns regarding the security of our jobs. Family traditions around Easter, Passover and Ramadan were radically adjusted to include relatives likewise quarantined, via the internet. What about summer? Programs for our children, vacations, and trips to see family and friends are on hold. The uncertainty permeates our thoughts. Our life feels uncomfortably out of control. Everyone reacts differently to situations that are unclear or uncertain. Read on for advice on how to manage your family's stress during this uncertain time.
Apr 8, 2020
Families all over the world have been impacted by schools and businesses closing because of the COVID-19 pandemic. This change is leaving students, teachers and parents to navigate the new territory of distance learning with parents taking on the role of overseeing their child’s schoolwork, all while juggling their own work from home. This can lead to a lot of added stress, frustration and anxiety for all involved. One of the best ways to help children (and adults) adjust to a new normal is by establishing a routine. Here are a few tips to help you set a routine for your family.
Jun 24, 2019
Mental health awareness, support, education and treatment is vital for us to thrive as human beings. Our mental health doesn’t differentiate by gender, sexual identity, race, socioeconomic status, IQ, religion or age. We don’t choose to experience emotional difficulties. We experience life, and with life, we experience a multitude of emotions and adversities. Read on, as we further discuss the importance of mental health on our everyday well-being.