Just in time for those waning New Year’s Resolutions, is an amazing list of resources from The New York Times to improve your emotional and social functioning. Designed to be helpful for teachers to work with children, many of the articles are just as applicable to adults. Be prepared to spend awhile or bookmark a lot of articles. Check out: 

Empathy and Resilience, Responsibility and Self-Care: Resources for Social and Emotional Learning From The New York Times

Articles are grouped by the five Social and Emotional Learning Core Competencies of Self-Awareness, Self-Management, Social Awareness, Relationship Skills, and Responsible Decision-Making

Topics include: 

  • Six Steps to Ditching Your Fear and Starting That Big Thing
  • More College Students Seem to be Majoring in Perfectionism
  • How to Foster Empathy in Children
  • Recovering the (Lost) Art of Civility
  • 3 Tips to Have Better Conversations
  • Mindfulness for Children
  • Today’s Exhausted Superkids
  • Why Self-Compassion Beats Self-Confidence

…be kind to yourself!

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