New tools to help children become happier and more active through Yoga and Mindfulness

The mats have a sequence of yoga poses embossed directly on the mat - just unroll it and you're ready to Ommm!

The mats have a sequence of yoga poses embossed directly on the mat – just unroll it and you’re ready to Ommm!

The pandemic has taken its toll on children's mental and physical health, Soul Mates® is here to activate their bodies and calm their minds.

The pandemic has taken its toll on children’s mental and physical health, Soul Mates® is here to activate their bodies and calm their minds.

The Mindfulness Story Pillow has a simple meditation for children, the audio is activated when pressed, giving children the opportunity to manage their own emotions in their own space.

The pandemic has taken its toll on children's mental and physical health. Soul Mates® is here to help them by activating their bodies and calming their minds.

I felt compelled to develop a Yoga and Mindfulness programme, especially now because of the harsh effects of the pandemic on kids’ mental and physical health.”

— Amy Holden: Perinatal psychologist and founder of World Alive.

BARCELONA, CATALONIA, SPAIN, April 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — World Alive S.L. are the creators of the top selling toy brand Aqua Dragons, 'hatch and grow live aquatic pets’ and are now launching the new eco-lifestyle children's brand Soul Mates®.

The pandemic has taken its toll on children's mental and physical health. Amy Holden, perinatal psychologist, mindfulness teacher and founder of children's brands company World Alive S.L. has designed and created Soul Mates®, a range of products aimed at helping them to improve their health and wellness, by activating their bodies and calming their minds, reducing the effects of inactivity and excessive use of screens. With this innovative project, World Alive S.L. aims to join the exciting trend in wellbeing towards yoga and mindfulness, making these practices into fun games for children from two years and up.

The concept of mindful toys is new and innovative. Mostly toys serve to entertain but in this case they have been created not only to do that but also to develop both somatic and emotional growth, making them a unique proposition. This makes them powerful tools, which help mums and dads in the challenging task of parenting.

Managing frustrations, fears, anger, difficult emotions, learning to calm oneself and to sleep alone, or simply to have a good attitude are some of the benefits that this brand has been developed to provide for children.

Amy has created five nature-based characters, Sun, Moon, Cloud, Wave and Earth or “The Soul Mates®” who each embody different mindful superpowers, which they can share with you. Positive attitude, connection, resilience, patience, gratitude, courage and calm are just some.

The fun and endearing characters are at the centre of the Soul Mates® programme, which consists of yoga and mindfulness activities inspired by nature. These are implemented through a series of mindfulness children’s stories, a children’s yoga app that turns yoga into a fun game, and lots of “Ommmazing Activities” that are available through email subscription.

There is a range of toys to support children’s physical play, use of breath, noticing and regulating their feelings and to promote a positive attitude – they don’t need to understand the intellectual concepts behind yoga and mindfulness to become active and aware and so benefit from using them.

All of the products now launched are themed with Soul Mates® characters;

Child sized eco yoga mats.
When it's time for physical activity, Soul Mates ® Kids Eco Yoga Mats encourage free play with suggested yoga poses embossed directly onto the mat. Children don't need an instructor or to follow complicated instructions, they can simply unroll them and begin to experiment. Each of the four mats in the range includes different yoga poses from the Sun and Moon Salutations to poses inspired by nature and the world around us.

Mindfulness story pillows
The mindfulness story pillows create a completely unique way for small children to discover mindfulness. The five characters are plush toys that include a simple breathing exercise and a creative visualisation as part of the story. The audio is activated by giving the pillow a gentle hug, so that they can listen wherever and whenever they like.

Soul Mates illustrated storybooks
Illustrated books that contain creative visualisations and short mindfulness practices within the fun and adorable children's stories. Kids of two and up will love these and will also learn mindfulness superpowers. Available now on Amazon.

– Yoga cards

– Free yoga game app, Soul Mates Kids Yoga Spinner
– Free kids’ yoga classes available on the YouTube channel.


AMY HOLDEN
The Soul Mates developer Amy Holden:
"Motivated by my own motherhood, and my personal practise in yoga and thinking of how much healthier kids can be if they are able to acquire a mindful lifestyle early, I actively searched for, but was unable to find kids’ yoga and mindfulness products or programmes, for my own kids. So, I felt compelled to develop a programme, especially now because of the harsh effects of the pandemic on kids’ mental and physical health. . This project is very close to my heart and is the culmination of many years of study in perinatal psychology, child development, yoga and mindfulness practise. My own children have been integral teachers and testers in the development process and we’ve seen how helpful and joyful it has been for them to play with the Soul Mates characters."
“My goal was to create fun, healthy toys for kids to play by themselves, with family or in a group that is caring for the environment too, and I believe we have successfully done that. Aware of how most toys quickly end up in landfill, it is our objective to develop toys with an extended play pattern that are healthy, educational and ecological. We call this caring for the planet and caring for yourself”

Communications
The Soul Mates® launch will be supported by a communication campaign that includes well-known influencers. Product prices are very competitive and accessible. The products will be sold through specialist retailers in the toy, sport and yoga sectors as well as in department stores. They will also be sold in the education sector and to children's yoga teachers who would like to provide a programme and the accessories to their students.

Wholesale and Factory Sales
We are looking for distribution partners! Soul Mates products are currently available in the European Union directly through World Alive S.L. As trade shows are currently suspended, you can receive a personalised presentation and order samples by contacting wholesale@world-alive.net for more information.

Retail
Soul Mates® branded products are now available online through www.soulmateskidsyoga.com or Amazon or all of its European platforms, in EurekaKids, Drim and Toys R Us.

CONTACT:  
Marketing & Collaborations: Lucie Lanham Lucie@world-alive.net

Wholesale: Mariona Casas wholesale@world-alive.net

Distribution / licenses: Amy Holden amy@world-alive.net

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Soul Mates brings the ancient wisdom of yoga and mindfulness to children, helping them to activate the body and calm the mind.


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National Diaper Bank Network and Alliance for Period Supplies Award Funds for Change Grants to 34 Basic Needs Banks

Volunteers repacking diapers at Texas Diaper Bank.

Basic needs banks provide essential services to local communities (photo courtesy of Texas Diaper Bank).

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2021 Funds for Change Grants will award nearly $300,000 in funding to 34 local diaper banks and period supply programs serving communities in 22 U.S. states.

In the past year, unprecedented numbers of struggling families & individuals have turned to these nonprofit organizations for the basic necessities they require, including diapers & period products.”

— National Diaper Bank Network

NEW HAVEN, CT, UNITED STATES, April 28, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN) and the Alliance for Period Supplies have announced the 2021 Funds for Change Grants which will award nearly $300,000 in funding to 34 local diaper banks and period supply programs serving communities in 22 U.S. states.

Since the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, the need for community-based diaper banks and period supply programs has become even more clear. In the past year, an unprecedented number of struggling families and individuals have turned to these nonprofit organizations for the basic necessities they require, including diapers and period products.

On average, National Diaper Bank Network member programs have distributed 86% more diapers during the pandemic than in the previous year. While the increased demand has created significant challenges for the organizations, leaders of basic needs banks are looking ahead to ensure that their respective programs remain a reliable community resource in the years to come.

The Funds for Change grants are designed to help support and build strong, sustainable nonprofit organizations. The awards are offered exclusively to NDBN-member diaper bank programs and/or allied programs of the Alliance for Period Supplies.

The 2021 funding categories include strategic initiative grants of $10,000 and $5,000; microgrants of $2,500; and funder-directed grants of $38,000. A total of $287,500 is being awarded this year.

Strategic initiative grants of $10,000 to overcome geographic barriers are being awarded to:

– Basic Necessities in Shreveport, Louisiana, to support the delivery of basic necessities to clients living in poor rural areas in the ArkLaTex region (Shreveport and Bossier City).

– Eastside Baby Corner in Issaquah, Washington, to support the Opportunity Gateway low-barrier mobile delivery program being created to provide equitable access to diapers and other basic necessities for providers serving children and families in south King County and north Pierce County.

– It Takes a Village, Cummington, Massachusetts, to support the expansion of the volunteer delivery program that provides basic necessities to low-income families in the rural Hilltown region of Western Massachusetts.

A strategic initiative grant of $5,000 is being awarded to:
– WeeCycle, Aurora, Colorado, to support the expansion of the Raise Colorado Basic Essentials Workgroup which advocates for public policies to help end diaper need and period poverty, and to support the distribution of basic necessities to individuals, children and families throughout the state.

Microgrants of $2,500 are being awarded to organizations to fund programs or projects that support a plan for long-term growth and sustainability. The 2021 recipients are listed by state and city:
– Arizona: Tucson – Diaper Bank of Southern Arizona
– California: North Hills – Sisters On The Streets
– Georgia: Athens – Athens Area Diaper Bank
– Illinois: Chicago – Share Our Spare
– Indiana: Bloomington – All-Options Pregnancy Resource Center
– Massachusetts: Lawrence – Neighbors in Need Diaper Pantry
– Maryland: St. Charles – Maryland Diaper Bank
– Missouri: Columbia – First Chance for Children
– Ohio: Cincinnati – Sweet Cheeks Diaper Bank; Columbus – The Period Pantry Project; Dayton – Femme Aid Collaborative; Englewood – Gem City Diaper Bank
– Nebraska: Omaha – The Life House
– New Jersey: Trenton – The Maker's Place; Warren – Moms Helping Moms Foundation
– New York: Brooklyn – Little Essentials; Bronx – Her Village Inc.; Newburgh –Baby Steps Baby Pantry at Christ Lutheran Church
– North Carolina: Ashville – Babies Need Bottoms, Inc.
– Oklahoma: Shawnee – Legacy Parenting Center, Inc.
– Oregon: Portland – PDX Diaper Bank
– Tennessee: Knoxville – Helping Mamas, Knoxville
– Virginia: Chesterfield – Sylvia's Sisters
– Washington: Tacoma – Raising Girls
– Wisconsin: Elkhorn – Walworth County Diaper Bank

In addition, through the support of Otto Haas Charitable Trust, five funder-directed grants for general support are being awarded to NDBN-member programs serving the Philadelphia area. The recipients included:
– Center for Leadership, Development and Advocacy – $38,000 for capacity building;
– Cradles to Crayons, Philadelphia – $38,000 for warehouse expansion;
– Mitzvah Circle Foundation – $38,000 for capacity building;
– Pamper and Diaper My Baby – $38,000 for capacity building; and,
– The Greater Philadelphia Diaper Bank – $38,000 for staff and board development.

Launched by NDBN in 2015, the Funds for Change initiative has awarded a minimum of $100,000 annually since its inception. In 2019, the program was expanded to include both diaper banks and period supply programs. To qualify for a Funds for Change Grant, recipient programs must secure an equal amount of local funding to support the project, which effectively doubles the impact of the grant when it’s implemented. To date, the net impact of NDBN’s Funds for Change grants exceeds $1.3 million. The Funds for Change grant program is made possible by a combination of individual and corporate donations as well as major gifts.

The National Diaper Bank Network leads (NDBN) a nationwide movement dedicated to helping individuals, children and families access the basic necessities they require to thrive and reach their full potential…including clean, dry diapers, period supplies and other basic needs. Launched in 2011 with the support of founding sponsor Huggies®, NDBN is dedicated to creating awareness, providing assistance and building community to #EndDiaperNeed in the US. Its active membership includes more than 225 diaper banks, diaper pantries, and food banks serving local communities in all 50 US states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. More information on NDBN and diaper need is available at nationaldiaperbanknetwork.org, and on Twitter (@DiaperNetwork), Instagram (@DiaperNetwork) and Facebook (facebook.com/NationalDiaperBankNetwork).

The Alliance for Period Supplies is an initiative of the National Diaper Bank Network (NDBN). Launched in May 2018, with the support of founding sponsor U by Kotex, the Alliance for Period Supplies raises national awareness of period poverty (#periodpoverty) and supports the development and expansion of period supply programs in communities throughout the country. The organization is comprised of more than 115 Allied Programs that collect, warehouse and distribute period supplies in local communities. More information on Alliance for Period Supplies is available at allianceforperiodsupplies.org, and on Twitter (@PeriodSupplies), Instagram (@PeriodSupplies) and Facebook (facebook.com/AllianceForPeriodSupplies).

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Your Life on This Tiny planet Is Less Than 100 years. How Are You Going To Spend it?

And after Your 100 years or less Is Up, what then?

NORTH PORT, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, April 26, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A MUST READ*
PROMINENT REVIEWERS’ CRITQUES OF THE JIMARIAN BIBLE
Maureen Dangarembizi for Readers' Favorite

“No matter their creed, the reader is forced to examine themselves by looking closely into their beliefs and how they affect our fellow man. Jimar follows the path of the great men of ancient times in their efforts to understand and bring about human enlightenment. Jimar skillfully points out the many mistakes humans have made in the past and still continue to commit in present times.”

“I particularly enjoyed the many quotations from famous philosophers such as Plato and Pythagoras. I learned a lot and remained with many questions that broadened my understanding of myself and my fellow man.”

“I enjoyed this book a great deal and it would make a wonderful topic for friends to discuss in a casual social setting. This is a book for everyone, no matter their religion.” D. Donovan, Senior Reviewer, Midwest Book Review

“The Jimarian Bible moves on to explore not only underlying purposes in human life on Earth, but the perspectives of Judaism, Christianity, Taoism, and other major world religions and their guidance on the subject.”

“As chapters unfold, a wide-ranging discussion of belief systems turns into pointed considerations of self and moves into wider concerns, from an over-populated world and the risks and rewards of parenting to human psychology, expanding the underlying probe (why humans are on Earth) to consider how people interact with the universe.”

“Enlightenment is not a process of speed-reading or quick absorption – after all, other religious documents receive lifetimes of inspection and consideration. The Jimarian Bible deserves no less, and will benefit from the open minds and hearts of readers intent upon changing not just their lives and perspectives, but their purpose on Earth.”

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Trenton Health Team & Central Jersey Family Health Consortium Bring Nurse Home Visits to Families in Mercer County

First Lady Tammy Murphy Applauds Program for Parents of Newborns

TRENTON, NEW JERSEY, UNITED STATES, April 21, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Trenton Health Team (THT) is partnering with Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, Capital Health, and Family Connects International® to provide free at-home nurse visits for parents who live in Mercer County and give birth at Capital Health — approximately 2,000 families per year, thanks to support from The Burke Foundation and the New Jersey Department of Children and Families.

The Family Connects pilot program aligns with the recommendations laid out by the Nurture NJ Strategic Plan, an initiative of First Lady Tammy Murphy. Specifically, recommendation 5.19 calls on the Department of Children and Families to expand evidence-based home visiting programs.

“The vision of the Nurture NJ Maternal and Infant Health Strategic Plan is to create an environment where all women have the opportunity to be healthy, and expanding the support provided after childbirth through evidence-based home visiting is critical to our mission,” said First Lady Tammy Murphy. “Built through the incredible partnership of The Burke Foundation, Trenton Health Team, Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, Capital Health, Family Connects International and the New Jersey Department of Children and Families, this pilot across Mercer County brings us one step closer to making New Jersey the safest, most equitable place in the nation to deliver and raise a baby.”

Two-thirds of infant deaths occur within 28 days of birth, according to THT’s 2019 Community Health Needs and Assets report. In Mercer County, the infant mortality rate is 7.0 infant deaths per 1,000 live births—exceeding both state and national rates (4.1 and 5.9).

“The Burke Foundation is honored to be a part of this powerful public-private partnership in launching a new model of care to support newborns and families and strengthen the home visiting system,” said Atiya Weiss, Executive Director of the Burke Foundation. “This first-of-its-kind initiative in New Jersey will connect parents of newborns in Mercer County to the community resources and health care information they need, regardless of socio-economic status.”

The Family Connects program – the first of its kind in New Jersey – builds on THT’s ongoing efforts to improve maternal and child health outcomes, including convening a group of area stakeholders to address challenges and opportunities in a coordinated, comprehensive manner.

“Every parent of a newborn has questions and we believe a nurse’s home visit will help identify and address any concerns,” said Emily Baggett, THT Senior Director of Policy and Strategy. “THT is excited and proud to work with CJFHC to support parents, families and babies across Mercer County.”

Family Connects International, based in Durham, NC, supports sites implementing the evidence-based model, which currently exists in more than a dozen states. The model, which will launch via telehealth visits, includes a clinical and social assessment performed during the 90+ minute visit that takes place within three weeks after delivery, along with referrals to appropriate services, such as pediatric care, lactation support, behavioral health services, nutrition resources, and more. Every Family Connects program collaborates with agencies across the community, ensuring that resources offered to families are current and identifying any gaps in needed services.

“Nurse home visiting programs can be an incredible resource for parents of newborns: aiding in postpartum recovery, strengthening parent-child bonds, and providing parents with the information and resources they need to feel confident in welcoming a new baby by modeling positive practices for new and growing families,” said DCF Commissioner Christine Norbut Beyer. “We’re thrilled to be a partner in this pilot and eager to see the beneficial impact it has in keeping families in Mercer County safe, healthy and connected.”

Rigorous studies of the Family Connects model have found that infants experienced 50% fewer emergency room and hospital stays; mothers were 28% less likely to report possible clinical anxiety; mothers reported significantly more positive parenting behaviors; home environments and home safety were improved; and families experienced enhanced connections to community resources.

In 2020, THT began the planning and site preparation activities needed to launch a Family Connects pilot program for Capital Health patients with newborn infants who choose to participate, regardless of income or socioeconomic status. The model is designed to support the health and well-being of all newborns and their families within a given community by offering them 1-3 home visits by a highly trained registered nurse and linking them to community resources that meet their individual needs and preferences.

Having nearly 30 years’ experience in providing programs and services to childbearing families, Central Jersey Family Health Consortium (CJFHC), whose mission is to promote an equitable and healthy future for families through services, advocacy, education and collaboration, will continue to make families stronger with the implementation of Family Connects.

“We are incredibly excited to bring to Mercer County a program that has been proven to improve the lives of families with a newborn by connecting them to a continuum of community-based resources and programs including postpartum home visits” says Robyn D'Oria, CEO of CJFHC.

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Post-Lockdown Classrooms: Auspicious Settings for Fresh Approaches

This is a photo of Dr. Cornelius Grove, author of A Mirror for Americans.

Dr. Cornelius Grove, author of A Mirror for Americans

This is a photo of the cover of the book A Mirror for Americans.

A Mirror for Americans is a concise, easy-to-understand read that concerns itself with preschool through grade 5.

Is there a new way of thinking about the “how” of K–5 classroom teaching that could help improve learning outcomes for pupils returning after lockdowns?

People who’ve had experience in unfamiliar cultures often remark that they now see their own culture with fresh eyes.”

— Dr. Cornelius Grove

BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, April 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — The pandemic proved that schools can pivot away from “how it’s always been done” and create new paths toward learning. With returning pupils widely believed to have lost ground in their learning, now is a promising time to consider approaches to classroom management and lesson delivery that have enjoyed sustained success abroad.

In A Mirror for Americans: What the East Asian Experience Tells Us about Teaching Students Who Excel, author Cornelius Grove approachably describes the thinking and practices of K–5 educators in East Asia, contrasting them with typical classroom approaches here in the U.S.

“People who’ve had experience in unfamiliar cultures often remark that they now see their own culture with fresh eyes,” Dr. Grove explains. “It’s as though they’ve looked into a mirror and seen alternative possibilities for themselves. They realize that they have ways of doing things that aren’t etched in stone but actually are choices. Different choices could be made.”

A Mirror for Americans is the sister volume for Dr. Grove’s 2017 book, The Drive to Learn: What the East Asian Experience Tells Us about Raising Students Who Excel, which reveals the impactful role of East Asian parenting in accelerating children’s classroom learning.

A Mirror for Americans, grounded in 50 years of research, is a concise, easy-to-understand read that concerns itself with preschool through grade 5, and dives deep into how teachers instruct and interact with their pupils. Among the findings reported by Dr. Grove are:

• In preschool and grade 1, East Asian children practice individual and group behaviors that promote both their own learning and their teacher’s efficient lesson delivery.

• Teachers design lessons based on the internal logic of the content, not on factors such as a need to motivate, to have fun learning, or to draw out pupil creativity. But they do present content so that all their pupils – slower and more advanced – will benefit.

• Whether a lesson is student-centered or teacher-centered doesn’t concern East Asians. East Asian lessons are knowledge-centered. Dr. Grove details what that means.

Among the nine chapter titles are:
• How Children’s Learning Is Regarded
• How Classroom Teaching Is Regarded
• How Classroom Lessons Are Delivered
• How Mathematics Lessons Are Delivered
• Other Performance-Related Topics

Author Cornelius N. Grove holds a Master of Arts in Teaching degree from Johns Hopkins and a Doctor of Education from Columbia. He has had a decades-long fascination with the cultural factors that affect children’s ability to learn in school. At a 2005 conference in Singapore, he spoke about the two instructional styles found around the world. In 2013 he wrote The Aptitude Myth: How an Ancient Belief Came to Undermine Children's Learning Today, a historical study of why most Americans believe that inborn ability determines school performance. For two recently published encyclopedias (2015 and 2017), he wrote entries on “pedagogy across cultures.” And now with A Mirror for Americans and The Drive to Learn, he is revealing the complementary roles played by home and school in building children’s academic prowess.

For more information, please visit www.amirrorforamericans.info.

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THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH MAGAZINE. PROMOTING WISDOM THROUGH WISE PARENTING OF THE YOUNG AND BRAIN THERAPY OF THE REST

Identify with the mind and with it heal the brain.

Emotional intelligence comes from emotional health.

Brain Education Is At The Door. Please Embrace It.

Emotionally Healthy Brain Generates Emotional Intelligence.

The cover article explaining the background of the magazine.

The emotional health magazine cover.

The magazine will create wisdom via emotional health, making America an emotional health superpower. Bringing health, happiness & prosperity to all sections.

Experts describe mental health and emotional health as different. Not only is there not a single magazine for emotional health; there is no mention of, let alone action on the emotional health crisis.”

— Sajid Khan

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Please pray for the success of the first-ever magazine in the world on emotional health. Below is the photo of a rough first page of the magazine. The professional version is being worked on and will be made ready soon. The aim of this magazine is to make the world emotionally healthy. As the highest quality of emotional health is wisdom, we need to focus on creating emotional health to create wisdom.

Amazingly, several articles on the web describe mental health and emotional health as different, and yet there is no emotional health magazine. The world will hopefully have its first emotional health magazine soon.

It is even more amazing that all that our leaders and experts talk about is trying to fix the mental health crisis even though our experts describe emotional health as different. Not one leader has ever mentioned the far more prevalent emotional health crisis.

The brain and mind are defined as just the mind, leaving the brain, that projects emotional health, ignored and even miseducated. Thus the emotional health crisis is under the radar screen of our experts. Even when the mind is messed up, as the mind is a projection of the brain, it is the brain that needs healing.

No wonder mental health is such a big crisis. We keep teaching the mind even when it is the brain that needs healing. Talking to the mind and healing the brain need to be clearly defined.

Drugs are rightly used to cure physical brain problems but are also wrongly used to cure the more prevalent emotional brain health problems.

It is high time we took up brain healing therapy for the old and emotionally healthy upbringing for the young.

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/525908495/finally-a-team-of-nobel-prize-winners-are-saying-and-asking-for-action-what-i-have-been-saying-and-asking-for-50-years

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/522329267/emotional-health-affects-80-of-humanity-is-confused-as-mental-health-that-affects-10-will-our-leaders-ever-wake-up

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/467766776/emotional-intelligece-departments-at-universities-need-to-be-renamed-and-redesigned-as-emotional-health-departments

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/468632601/wisdom-is-nothing-but-a-selfless-self-image

Please google, 'sajid wisdom einpresswire'.

Here is the cover of the magazine:

THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH MAGAZINE

The magazine promoting wisdom via emotional health. Issue 001

After all these hundreds of years of researching wisdom, wisdom is still fuzzy. From wars to bloated defense budgets, drug addictions to suicide, from messed up healthcare to student and business failures, from the education mess to the declining social standards, from divorce to abusive relationships, unhappiness, depression, and sleeplessness, it is all due to our experts being ignorant of the true nature of wisdom.

Wisdom is defined as knowledge when these are related but separate entities. The very nature of wisdom is far more than just knowledge. Wisdom is about feeling. Wisdom is about attitude. Wisdom is about how knowledge is handled. Knowledge has to be taught, while wisdom has to be cultivated. As our experts keep trying to teach wisdom, the world is trapped in ignorance.

Simply changing the definition of wisdom is the first step to stop the draining of trillions of dollars, along with stopping all the suffering and pain. Creating wisdom will replace these losses with a surplus of trillions along with priceless health, happiness, and prosperity.

Wisdom above all is pure love, and just as love is an emotion, so is wisdom. Wisdom is an emotion that is generated by an emotionally healthy brain. Thus we must define wisdom as emotional health. To create wisdom we need to create emotional health.

There is a scientific hint in the Torah about wisdom. When the nation of Israel was being set up God gave humility to seventy future leaders of Israel. What God actually gave was wisdom. So the most accurate definition of wisdom comes from God! God defined wisdom as humility. Wisdom being humility all we need to create a wise world is to create humility and wisdom will emerge effortlessly.

There are many causes that mess up emotional health, like poverty, discrimination, injustice, etc. but we will focus on addressing the mother of all causes, the cultivation of trophy self, and group images.

So in order to solve the nation's ills, the Biden-Harris and world governments need to focus on creating emotional health through humility.

Your humble editor

Sajid Khan

PS: I have reached this stage thanks to all my friends all over the world. All those friends who help in making this magazine a success can proudly claim to be founders of this magazine.

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THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH MAGAZINE. PROMOTING WISDOM THROUGH WISE PARENTING OF THE YOUNG AND BRAIN THERPAY OF THE REST

Identify with the mind and with it heal the brain.

Emotional intelligence comes from emotional health.

Brain Education Is At The Door. Please Embrace It.

Emotionally Healthy Brain Generates Emotional Intelligence.

The cover article explaining the background of the magazine.

The emotional health magazine cover.

The magazine will create wisdom via emotional health, making America an emotional health superpower. Bringing health, happiness & prosperity to all sections.

Experts describe mental health and emotional health as different. Not only is there not a single magazine for emotional health; there is no mention of, let alone action on the emotional health crisis.”

— Sajid Khan

WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, April 18, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Please pray for the success of the first-ever magazine in the world on emotional health. Below is the photo of a rough first page of the magazine. The professional version is being worked on and will be made ready soon. The aim of this magazine is to make the world emotionally healthy. As the highest quality of emotional health is wisdom, we need to focus on creating emotional health to create wisdom.

Amazingly, several articles on the web describe mental health and emotional health as different, and yet there is no emotional health magazine. The world will hopefully have its first emotional health magazine soon.

It is even more amazing that all that our leaders and experts talk about is trying to fix the mental health crisis even though our experts describe emotional health as different. Not one leader has ever mentioned the far more prevalent emotional health crisis.

The brain and mind are defined as just the mind, leaving the brain, that projects emotional health, ignored and even miseducated. Thus the emotional health crisis is under the radar screen of our experts. Even when the mind is messed up, as the mind is a projection of the brain, it is the brain that needs healing.

No wonder mental health is such a big crisis. We keep teaching the mind even when it is the brain that needs healing. Talking to the mind and healing the brain need to be clearly defined.

Drugs are rightly used to cure physical brain problems but are also wrongly used to cure the more prevalent emotional brain health problems.

It is high time we took up brain healing therapy for the old and emotionally healthy upbringing for the young.

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/525908495/finally-a-team-of-nobel-prize-winners-are-saying-and-asking-for-action-what-i-have-been-saying-and-asking-for-50-years

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/522329267/emotional-health-affects-80-of-humanity-is-confused-as-mental-health-that-affects-10-will-our-leaders-ever-wake-up

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/467766776/emotional-intelligece-departments-at-universities-need-to-be-renamed-and-redesigned-as-emotional-health-departments

https://www.einpresswire.com/article/468632601/wisdom-is-nothing-but-a-selfless-self-image

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THE EMOTIONAL HEALTH MAGAZINE

The magazine promoting wisdom via emotional health. Issue 001

After all these hundreds of years of researching wisdom, wisdom is still fuzzy. From wars to bloated defense budgets, drug addictions to suicide, from messed up healthcare to student and business failures, from the education mess to the declining social standards, from divorce to abusive relationships, unhappiness, depression, and sleeplessness, it is all due to our experts being ignorant of the true nature of wisdom.

Wisdom is defined as knowledge when these are related but separate entities. The very nature of wisdom is far more than just knowledge. Wisdom is about feeling. Wisdom is about attitude. Wisdom is about how knowledge is handled. Knowledge has to be taught, while wisdom has to be cultivated. As our experts keep trying to teach wisdom, the world is trapped in ignorance.

Simply changing the definition of wisdom is the first step to stop the draining of trillions of dollars, along with stopping all the suffering and pain. Creating wisdom will replace these losses with a surplus of trillions along with priceless health, happiness, and prosperity.

Wisdom above all is pure love, and just as love is an emotion, so is wisdom. Wisdom is an emotion that is generated by an emotionally healthy brain. Thus we must define wisdom as emotional health. To create wisdom we need to create emotional health.

There is a scientific hint in the Torah about wisdom. When the nation of Israel was being set up God gave humility to seventy future leaders of Israel. What God actually gave was wisdom. So the most accurate definition of wisdom comes from God! God defined wisdom as humility. Wisdom being humility all we need to create a wise world is to create humility and wisdom will emerge effortlessly.

There are many causes that mess up emotional health, like poverty, discrimination, injustice, etc. but we will focus on addressing the mother of all causes, the cultivation of trophy self, and group images.

So in order to solve the nation's ills, the Biden-Harris and world governments need to focus on creating emotional health through humility.

Your humble editor

Sajid Khan

PS: I have reached this stage thanks to all my friends all over the world. All those friends who help in making this magazine a success can proudly claim to be founders of this magazine.

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All’s Fair in Love and COVID: Marriage and Divorce in a Pandemic

Maria S. Lowry, Houston, Texas Family Law Attorney

Maria S. Lowry, Houston, Texas Family Law Attorney

Marriages & divorces dropped off at the start of the pandemic and haven’t bounced back as expected as states have lifted restrictions. by Catherine Kimble

There are many times when an in-person hearing or trial is still preferable.”

— Maria S. Lowry, Houston Family Law Attorney

HOUSTON, TEXAS, UNITED STATES, April 16, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — A study by Bowling Green State University’s Center for Family and Demographic Research analyzed the marriage and divorce rates in five states- Florida, Arizona, New Hampshire, Missouri, and Oregon. According to the study, if these trends “were repeated nationwide, the U.S. had an estimated ‘shortfall’ of 339,917 marriages and 191,053 divorces, according to the paper by Bowling Green’s Wendy Manning and Krista Payne. In 2019, there were roughly 2.2 million marriages in the U.S., and about 1 million divorces.”

Having a decrease in marriages and divorces in March and April 2020 was expected with the shutdowns and stay-at-home orders. However, when many states started reopening in the summer and fall, there was not an influx of marriages and divorces that would indicate that people were waiting until reopening occurred.

However, this was not the case everywhere. According to Bloomberg Wealth, “One exception is Arizona, where divorce numbers did bounce back over the summer to bring the state slightly above expected levels.”

While divorces were actually down, “In the first half of 2020, there were signs of an impending spike in divorce, with reports of a surge of filings in China as it came out of quarantine, and a disturbing rise in domestic violence arrests and calls to the police while U.S. cities were under stay-at-home orders in March” according to Bloomberg Wealth.

Even though the divorce rate is down, it does not necessarily mean that couples are happier in their marriages. According to Wendy Manning, a sociology professor who is the director of the Center for Family and Demographic Research, “Divorce can be expensive, and couples may be reluctant while facing economic uncertainty and/or health issues. These folks may feel ‘stuck’ and they could be delaying divorce until life feels more normal.”

With having to spend more time together, problems about the other person that could have been ignored or at least tolerated before the COVID-19 lockdown are coming to the surface.

With the COVID-19 pandemic, some people are getting divorced over Zoom. One unexpected advantage of going to court proceedings over Zoom is that it can save time. In the past, you may have had to wait around the courthouse for an hour to see a judge for a five-minute proceeding. Zoom calls eliminate that wait. According to Houston family law attorney Maria S. Lowry, most divorce cases are currently being handled remotely, and even mediation is being held via Zoom. This is a good solution, says Lowry, and for many families, it is superior to being in person. As the Harris County courts open up, Lowry expects them to continue to hold some proceedings via Zoom. “Of course,” says Lowry, “there are many times when an in-person hearing or trial is still preferable.”

Even though Zoom meetings may be saving time, it is not making the emotional toll of divorce any easier. Divorced parents are unsure how to deal with co-parenting and schooling during the pandemic with some places doing virtual schooling or a hybrid of in-person and virtual schooling. Also, there could be struggles if the couple has different views on COVID-19 restrictions and how to deal with them.

Even if you do not have kids, splitting up during the pandemic can still be difficult. For one thing, establishing a separate residence during the pandemic is no easy feat. Even absent the threat of COVID-19, attorney Lowry has found that many families continue to live in the same house even though separated (Lowry notes that Texas does not have “legal separation” as some other states do). This may be because money is tight or to enable the parents to co-parent and keep the family unit as stable and consistent as possible. If there are children, Lowry explains that the parents can go ahead and settle custody and support issues while staying in the same home and waiting on the actual divorce. “Another option,” says Lowry, “is a cohabitation agreement that sets out some rules such as how bills will be handled, decisions about personal property, and whether the parties will be allowed to date or have overnight guests.”

Speaking of dating post-divorce, finding new love in the midst of a lockdown can be challenging, to say the least. The prospect of not meeting someone new might be another reason couples are holding off from filing for divorce until restrictions are eased.

Some people do not like doing their divorce proceedings over Zoom. They would rather have their lawyer there next to them. This helps to have a human connection and to make the person feel like they are not alone. Meeting with your lawyer privately during a divorce mediation can also be difficult without the right technology and careful planning in advance of the mediation.

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we do just about everything, including marriage and divorce. It is still too early to determine how the pandemic will affect these institutions long-term.

Maria S. Lowry
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Lenny Baby Day, A Powerful New Baby Monitoring Application, Launches to iOS, Android-Powered Mobile Devices

Liraz Hadad

Liraz Hadad

RAMAT GAN, ISRAEL, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Lenny Baby Day, a powerful new mobile application and baby monitoring assistant is making it simple and easy to care for newborns and infants reliably. The application recently debuted on mobile devices and received its latest update late last month.

Lenny Baby Day allows parents, grandparents, nannies, and other caregivers to easily monitor and record important data about a newborn or infant without registration. Record, track, and monitor breastfeeding and bottle feeding habits, milk pumping schedules, diaper changings, sleep patterns, growth data, and more for free. Additionally, set useful reminders for administering medication, visiting a pediatrician, or pumping breast milk, and browse a comprehensive daily log of all activities affecting one’s newborn or infant in the palm of the hand.

“We are excited to share this powerful monitoring tool with parents and caregivers worldwide,” remarked [Name] of Lenny Baby Day. “Parents and caregivers will appreciate the comprehensive daily activity logs.”

Unlocking the power of parenting together, Lenny Baby Day allows family members to share and sync records and calendars across mobile devices. When events or entries are added, other parents and caregivers can see the information update in real-time. Early users have left rave reviews attesting to the application’s simple interface and powerful monitoring features, which give caregivers peace of mind each day that their newborn or infant is taken care of on schedule.

Try Lenny Baby Day now by downloading the free application from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. The application was last updated on March 30, 2021.

Liraz Hadad
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Seven Tips To Support Special Needs Parents During Autism Acceptance Month

Author and Autism Coach Deanna Picon Offers Seven Ways To Support Autism and Special Needs Parents

Special needs parents deserve our respect, recognition and help, especially during the pandemic. Autism Acceptance Month is a perfect time to express our support for their families.”

— Deanna Picon

NEW YORK, NY, US, April 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Parenting a child with special needs is no easy feat for even the most devoted parents. Taking care of all facets of a disabled child’s care during the COVID-19 pandemic is even more demanding and time-consuming.

“Autism Acceptance Month is an ideal time for family, friends and the public to display their support for special needs parents,” said Deanna Picon, founder of Your Autism Coach, LLC and author of The Autism Parents' Guide to Reclaiming Your Life. “The coronavirus pandemic has been particularly tough for special needs families. For more than a year, the essential routines and support services for special needs children and adults have been severely disrupted, resulting in extra pressures and responsibilities in these households.”

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 1 in 54 U.S. children has an autism spectrum disorder.

"Special needs mothers and fathers are hidden heroes, who bravely tackle autism and all the challenges and responsibilities that accompany it. They may be your sibling, your good friend, your neighbor or colleague," says Picon. "During this pandemic, they’ve taken on additional obligations and duties with full-time caregiving, remote learning and managing the challenging behavioral issues of their children.”

Family and friends can use these tips to make a difference in the lives of special needs parents:

1. Reach out. Special needs moms and dads frequently feel alone and isolated, so it's helpful to let them know you're there for them. Due to the pandemic, many are feeling even more isolated, anxious and depressed. Email, text or call just to say "How’s it going?" Use various social media platforms to keep in touch and lend support.

2. Provide encouragement. Let special needs parents vent, cry and blow off some steam. They won’t expect you to solve their problems or provide fast or easy solutions. A friendly face on a Zoom call or a reassuring voice on the other end of the telephone may be all they need. With Mother’s Day and Father’s Day approaching, it’s a perfect time to send a greeting card letting them know that they’re amazing parents.

3. Give a well-deserved break. Parenting is a 24/7, 365 day job for these parents, so any time they can get a few hours for themselves is welcome. After being stuck indoors during the winter, now is a perfect time for everyone to go outside, get some fresh air and exercise. Offer to take their son or daughter for a day at the park or walk in the neighborhood. And if you’re a close friend or family member, perhaps you can keep their child overnight or for a weekend.

4. Lend A Hand. With increased family responsibilities, parents don’t have much time to take care of all household tasks. Pick up some groceries at the supermarket when you shop or drop off some mail at the post office. Helping out with simple errands will save parents time and energy.

5. Send an unexpected meal or snack. A bucket of chicken, a pizza pie, a box of fish and chips or any take-out meal from neighborhood restaurants can make everyone feel happy.

A little basket of popcorn or a small bowl of fruit or nuts. Any snacks are definitely guaranteed to put a smile on the faces of special needs parents and delight their kids. With many theatrical movies currently being released to streaming services, any night can be a movie night. The family can have a good time, right at home and wind down from a busy day.

The public can help special needs families in several ways:

6. Show your support. Charitable donations to regional and national autism organizations are appreciated and welcome. These organizations work tirelessly to help special needs individuals and families with various programs. Buy goods and services from companies that contribute to autism-related causes.

7. Increase public knowledge and understanding. Autism Acceptance Month is an ideal time to learn more about this disorder. Read some articles, watch a few TV news reports or go online to achieve a better understanding.

Your Autism Coach, LLC provides personalized guidance, comprehensive support programs and seminars that address the concerns of special needs parents. On Twitter (@yourautismcoach), look for the latest parenting tips and advice from Deanna Picon. She shows parents how to overcome the challenges of raising a child with special needs, while building a rewarding life for themselves. Deanna is the recipient of the 2020 and 2018 “Top Parental Advice Writer” and 2015 “Top Life Coach Writer” awards from Autism Parenting Magazine.

Deanna Picon
Your Autism Coach, LLC
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