Practicing Mindfulness | Helping Your Child Relax

You’ve probably heard of mindfulness, but did you know that practicing mindfulness can be valuable for young children and teens? Kids who learn mindfulness not only show improved patience but also better grades in school! Dr. Lisa Ryan talks about mindfulness, what it is, and how mindfulness exercises could benefit your family. Plus, 5 tips for introducing mindfulness to your child.

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