Please find below a selection of useful resources that are widely available…
The Feeling Series by Trace Moroney
This series of 10 x books has been carefully designed to help children better understand their feelings and how to express them in a healthy way.
- When I’m Feeling Happy
- When I’m Feeling Sad
- When I’m Feeling Angry
- When I’m Feeling Nervous
- When I’m Feeling Kind
- When I’m Feeling Scared
- When I’m Feeling Jealous
- When I’m Feeling Love
- When I’m Feeling Lonely
- When I’m Feeling Disappointed
The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman
Marriage should be based on love, right? But does it seem as though you and your spouse are speaking two different languages? New York Times bestselling author Dr. Gary Chapman guides couples in identifying, understanding, and speaking their spouse’s primary love language-quality time, words of affirmation, gifts, acts of service, or physical touch. Discover your love language at: 5lovelanguages.com
The 5 Love Languages of Children by Gary Chapman and Ross Champbell
Discover your child’s love language, understand the link between successful learning and the love languages, see how the love languages can help you discipline more effectively, and build a foundation of unconditional love for your child.
What Love Looks Like by Nikki Rogers
What Love Looks Like explores the many ways people give and receive love. This book will help you identify what makes you feel loved the most, as well as help you recognize when people are speaking love to you in their own special way.
The Neuroscience of Excellent Sleep by Stan Rodski
Everyone’s familiar with the consequences of lost sleep: you’re groggy and irritable, your focus is off, you don’t perform at your best, and you’re likely to dump sugary foods and caffeine into your system for an energy boost. But the effects of poor sleep go way beyond these concerns. Indeed, they can be life-threatening.
The Resilience Project by Hugh van Cuylenburg and Martin Heppell
The Resilience Project’s Family Wellbeing Journal is filled with daily reflections, questions and practical activities designed for the whole family. Catered for adults and childrens of all ages, this journal is a great way to build happiness and resilience in your household.
Smiling Mind: Meditation App
Smiling Mind is Australia’s leading digital-led, prevention focussed mental health not-for-profit. The Smiling Mind App is a free tool, developed by psychologists and educators and downloaded by millions of people.
The Resilience Project App
We all want to be happy in life and The Resilience Project shows you how practicing gratitude, empathy and mindfulness can help you become more happy!