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BUILDING YOUR CHILDRENS’ EMOTIONAL FIRST AID KIT

Suzy Reading by Elizabeth Dalziel

EXCERPT FROM “STAND TALL LIKE A MOUNTAIN” BY SUZY READING

We teach our children how to brush their teeth and cross the road safely – but what about their emotional first aid kit? Suzy Reading’s new book ‘Stand Tall Like a Mountain’ helps parents to make concepts like self-care and mindfulness a natural part of your family’s life. And it’s not just your children who will benefit – you’ll learn a lot too! Suzy is a chartered psychologist, yoga teacher and fitness coach. I’m also delighted to say that she’s a member of Motherdom’s Editorial Board.

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If you're a parent with kids under 5 and you're interested in maintaining positive mental wellbeing, this is for you. Motherdom’s first issue is packed full of real life stories about maternal mental health, expert pieces from perinatal healthcare and wellbeing practitioners, and practical stuff too - mindfulness for you and your kids, yummy recipes and physical exercises you can do at home! Motherdom has been created by former BBC journalist and mum-of-two Anna Ceesay, who also went through her own maternal mental health issues. Issue 1's theme is "You're not alone".