We can all agree that 2020 has been a new kind of hell and full of stress. So this will not be a blog telling you all of the ways you can make yourself over to make a new version of yourself in 2021! The Annual Stress in America survey, conducted by the American Psychological Association, shows it is not…
So why don’t we ask for help- even when we are crying, alone and desperate?
We are afraid. We’re afraid of appearing vulnerable, weak, and incapable.
It is almost impossible not to have increased stress and anxiety and stress at a time when we are living through a period like no other before. There is literally no playbook.
How much time we spend on the media has a direct effect on our anxiety levels. So when you are consuming media use strategies to be smart about media.
It’s time to start planning and enlist your AllerTribe to help keep your allergic child safe this holiday season.
However, all of these seem very limiting to our team here. When you live with a food allergy or are a parent or teacher who is responsible for children who have a food allergy(ies), mistakes happen, that child has an allergic reaction can there be a success at that moment?
Watch: Our Founder, Leah Robilotto talk with Kellie Cutsinger, at Cleanly Consumed about the emotional toll living with food allergies can take on families and schools. Cleanly Consumed is an online platform dedicated towards healthy eating. Kellie describes her company in the following way: “Cleanly Consumed helps guide families to clean products and resources that can relieve some of the…
It will come as no surprise to any food allergy family that research has proven that food-allergic parents experience increased levels of daily stress, anxiety, and social isolation. It can be challenging as a food allergic family to ask for help. We are sharing with you our top five tips on how you can support your food-allergic friends.
Here are 9 things you can do to help your non-allergic child feel empowered, safe, and special.
Caring for chronically ill kids is a lot of work on a parent. In the last week, I have been reading about motherhood burnout. But before we get too far into this discussion, know that fathers can experience the same issues; it just happens that burnout is more common for moms in the United States. I began reading about this…