PLAN BREAK TIME

A post reminding you to take some extended break time this weekend. Such times improve your ability to build your emotional fitness and feeling management skills.

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Whether dealing with a crying child, difficult teens, working at too many jobs, or just being a bit tired or sick and tired, life as a parent is as much struggle as joy. Taking breaks to increase the good times, is an important Emotional Fitness Exercise and helps your feeling management skills. Weekends give you an  opportunity to extend Take a Break moments. Particularly, if you plan for some me-time, family and friend time, laugh and play time, and quiet time.

Be kind to you and those you love, plan some Take a Break Times now.

Remember if you like this post comment or  share. Your kindness matters.

Click here for a  free copy of the Daily Twelve Emotional Fitness Exercises

Katherine

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