Tip 1: The best thing you can do is learning how to forgive.
Children are often asked to forgive: forgive his sibling for taking their toy; forgive Johnny for pulling her hair at recess; forgive Mom for being late. When you ask your child to forgive — to say “okay” when someone has said they are “sorry” — does your child really understand what that means?
Tip 2: Write down your challenge, place it in a balloon and let it go.
One of my favorite child meditations is to invite a child to imagine they are breathing their worries, troubles, or triggers into balloons. Then I have the child imagine they are simply noticing the worry without judging it. When they are ready, they can choose to let the worry go and watch it as it…
Tip 3: Tell someone or ask for help.
One area that I’m focusing on with Max at the moment is helping him to figure out when he needs to get help. Like a lot of autistic kids, he finds it difficult to know when or how to go about getting it – shoe laces that come untied, a homework question that he’s stuck on, even some pretty serious injuries are all suffered in silence until they happen to come to my attention.
Tip 4: Write down your challenge and throw it in the trash.
Bothered by negative thoughts? Clearing your mind of them could be as simple as writing them down and physically throwing them away, according to a new study, published in the journal Psychological Science . “At some level, it can sound silly.
Tip 5: Learn a new skill or distract yourself.
Tip 6: Imagine yourself in the other person’s shoes or you are rising above it.
Tips 7: Use a stress ball.
Stress balls are small balls or objects filled with a malleable gel or clay that are held in the palm of your hand. The act of repeatedly squeezing the ball releases tension and helps to relieve stress. The benefits of stress balls also include boosting blood circulation and helping with the treatment of carpal-tunnel syndrome — and they’re used…
Tip 8: Change your thoughts to positive ones.
Don’t you want your children to grow up to be smart? You would always want them to look confident and wear a positive attitude. While most parents confess that their children are quite self-sufficient and smart, yet they feel that a positive attitude is missing.
Tip 9: Remind yourself these are your only three options:
- remove yourself from the situation
- change it
- accept it
Tip 10: Laughing will help to let it go!
Tip 11: Get busy and organise something so you feel in control.
(12) Breathing and relaxing will help.
Tip 13: Meditate, stretch or yoga helps to calm and let it go.