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April 2020 Newsletter

A Message from Peace of Mind founder Linda Ryden

How we can help our children turn worry into love.
 

"If you notice that you are worried, you can stop and ask yourself, “Is this helpful?”  My suggestion for my students is that they replace worry with love."


Linda Ryden, The Washington Post, March 20, 2020 
Educators - You rock!  Let's get together.

Please join us for our next Peace of Mind Community of Practice gathering. All welcome!
April 8th, 2020     3:45 to 5 pm
https://zoom.us/j/3571234773
More information


In the meantime, please check out our new video resources for educators and kids

So, the kids are home...we see you, parents.

We've been building a new free library of short videos to help you and your family manage stress and anxiety, practice peaceful ways of solving conflicts, and bring more compassion and gratitude into your days.  The library will be growing each week.  Please visit our Kids and Parents pages to check it out.

Curious about teaching Peace of Mind while you're home?

To begin, you need a mindfulness practice of your own or willingness to develop one with your children, a dedicated 30 minute time for Peace of Mind class each week, and these resources. We're here to help, too!
Peace of Mind Curricula and student journals (on sale!). 
Guide for Homeschoolers
Peace of Mind Online Classes for Educators 
 

More support for the journey ahead

So grateful for the wealth of wonderful well-being resources being shared by so many. We've found these 3 really helpful. 

*Free Coronavirus Sanity Guide from 10% Happier 
*Free Meditations from Headspace 

*11:11 Wellness Resource List with helpful DC area links


What have you found helpful?  Let us know!

Peace of Mind resources are on sale through April 30th.  
We've lowered prices and hope we can be of help.

 
 
Peace of Mind Shop

We wish you, your families, your students and your communities all the very best as you navigate your days.  With love,

Linda, Cheryl and the Peace of Mind team

 
Peace of Mind is a 501c3 nonprofit organization that supports mindfulness based social emotional learning and conflict resolution in our schools.  We are so grateful for support!
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