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Articles on a wide variety of topics to support your family’s mental health, relationships and wellbeing from Pine Rest experts and vetted mental health resources.

Summer break can be a time of joy and freedom for kids but also loneliness and isolation. These parenting tips can help kids of all ages enjoy a more fulfilling summer!
Sober summer? It’s not a sacrifice; it’s a superpower. By staying true to yourself, embracing joy, and connecting with others, you’ll savor every sun-soaked moment.
Learn what you can do to show support and fight back in the stigma of seeking mental health help–during BIPOC Mental Health Month and the whole year through!
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It can be hard to watch someone you love struggle with anxiety or depression. You may not be able to fix it completely, but you CAN offer love and patience.
No matter their age, children look to their parents to make them feel safe. Consider the following tips for helping your children manage their distress.
Following a traumatic event, it’s typical to experience a variety of emotions such as shock, sorrow, and numbness or have difficulty concentrating, sleeping, eating or remembering simple tasks.
How to stay informed and protect your mental health!
No one is exempt from PTSD. It can permanently and profoundly impact anyone. But there is hope. With faith, love, support and resources, any person can thrive in spite of PTSD.
  Sending kids off to summer camp is emotionally tough on parents, even if it’s not your first time. It’s normal to be concerned about your children’s physical and emotional well-being, but excessive worrying is unproductive and stressful….

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