Feeling overwhelmed? Read this fact sheet to learn whether it’s stress or anxiety, and what you can do to cope.
Insight Timer is the #1 Free App for sleep, anxiety, and stress. Find meditations, guided yoga, and music selections for calm and sleep.
Are you interested in meditation, but unsure of how to start a practice on your own? ABC anchor Dan Harris teams up with meditation expert Sharon Salzberg to walk you through the basics in this 6-minute video.
The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook is an unparalleled, essential resource for people struggling with anxiety and phobias.
Mental Health America
on Bereavement and Grief
The loss of a loved one is life's most stressful event and can cause a major emotional crisis. After the death of someone you love, you experience bereavement, which literally means "to be deprived by death."
There is no right or wrong way to grieve, but there are healthy ways to deal with the grieving process. These tips can help.
Teens can find it difficult to express themselves when bad things happen. Wondering how to help a friend, deciding to attend a funeral and manage emotions are discussed in the book: Sometimes Life Sucks When Someone You Love Dies.
The Sesame Street Toolkit
Use these tips, videos, children's story, and guide to help your family communicate with one another, express emotions, and begin the process of moving forward. With time, you and your family will experience new happy moments together.
Losing a pet is a loss like no other. Learn more about the process of healing from the death of a beloved pet.
“Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened.” — Anatole France
When Your Pet Dies, by Alan D. Wolfelt Among the issues covered are understanding the many emotions experienced after the death of a pet; understanding why grief for pets is unique; pet funerals and burial or cremation; celebrating and remembering the life of one's pet; coping with feelings about euthanasia; helping children understand the death of their pet; and things to keep in mind before getting another pet.
Jill Johnson-Young is a licensed clinical social worker in California with decades of experience on the topic of death and dying. Jill writes, "Death really is not scary to me, or a subject I avoid. I’ve raised my kids to see death as a part of life. Now that I’m married to a funeral director it really is part of our daily life. But that does not mean we can’t laugh, we can’t feel sunshine on happy days, or that life is negative. That’s not who I am. That’s not who I want anyone else to be."
Jill's website titled "Grief Talker" provides a wealth of information and tools to use as you process a loss.
This New York Times bestselling book is an overview of the concepts, behaviors, and skills that guide couples on the path toward a harmonious and long-lasting relationship.
The 5 Love Languages
Couples can learn how to communicate in their partner's "Love Langauge". A timeless resource with information for couples at every stage of togetherness.
The 5 Love Languages of Children
Discover your child’s love language and build a foundation of unconditional love for your child.
Attached guides readers in determining what attachment style they and their mate (or potential mates) follow. It also offers readers a wealth of advice on how to navigate their relationships more wisely given their attachment style and that of their partner.
What do you do when God’s timing seems questionable, His lack of intervention hurtful, and His promises doubtful? This New York Times bestseller shows readers how to live assured when life doesn't turn out like they expected.
Waking Up is for the twenty percent of Americans who follow no religion but who suspect that important truths can be found in the experiences of such figures as Jesus, the Buddha, Lao Tzu, Rumi, and the other saints and sages of history.
Start the morning right and keep the good vibes going with an inspiring affirmation every day. You can meditate on this affirmation, repeat it throughout your day or set reminders to view it and let it bring you back to center.