"No teaching is equal, more spiritually rewarding, or more exalting than that of a mother teaching her children."
President Boyd K. Packer
Tuesday, October 11, 2011
Mental Health Week
Mental Health Week is an annual national awareness event held every year to coincide with World Mental Health Day, which is held on 10 October each year.
Mental Health Week aims to raise awareness of the importance of mental health and wellbeing in the wider community.
Local and regional Mental Health Week events organised by local groups and communities contribute to reducing the stigma associated with mental ill health and offer a platform to engage the community in dialogue regarding help-seeking behaviours and mental health promotion.
Now that is the official take on Mental Health Week and all of it is so vital so that for us or those that we love can live life to the fullest.
Check out our story and how mental illness has effected our life.
Welcome to our homeschooling blog. Donna here and I'm a married Latter Day Saint mother of 6 (5 girls & 1 boy) ranging in age from 21 to 4 years of age. We're currently homeschooling our 3 youngest girls Jessica, Maddie & Lucy. This has been such a wonderful experience for our family so I thought I would share it with you. Since beginning this journey I've found other blogs have helped greatly in everything from routine to curriculum selection. So welcome to our little homeschool here in Australia.