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Evidence from research is on the rise that self-compassion enhances well-being, motivation, resilience, relationship, and physical health among adolescents and young adults.

 self compassion

Dr. Thannhauser from University of Calgary shared three self-compassion activities you can do in the classroom in 5 minutes:

1. Take a mindful moment
2. Motivation: Love is more powerful than fear
3. Yin and yang of self-compassion

Click here for details:

  1. Word United shared this FREE printable worksheet on Being Kind to Yourself:

  1. Check out this short video clip, Let’s Learn to be Kind to Yourself:





Research shows that a regular practice of kindness, in as little as two weeks, can improve our well-being. We can send kindness to others, as well as ourselves. Let’s learn how-to from these students:
Self care grow

1. Greater Good Science Center provides a lot of FREE, research-backed resources on forgiveness: In this video, you’ll learn how to help students understand forgiveness: You can introduce students to forgiveness with these steps: (K-6th) or (7th-12th & for you).

3. (7th-12th; reasons to forgive others)
4. (7th-12th; how to forgive with mindfulness activities)


Breathwork refers to all conscious and systematic breathing techniques. It helps reduce stress and anxiety and promotes deep relaxation. Before we go any further, let’s take a few minutes to learn how to breathe organically:

Once you get the hang of it, check out the Why’s and How’s of 4-7-8 breathing technique in Dr. Andrew Weil’s 2-minute video:

Then practice breathwork for yourself with these ideas:
4-7-8 breathing gif:
Bunny Breath:


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