Activities and tools for parents

From time to time every parent needs time for herself or himself. However, sometimes it is really difficult to do so – even though every extra minute counts and is extremely important.

We have prepared almost 50 activities for every parent who needs a break and recharge his or her batteries. Doing these activities you can build or strengthen your resilience and simply be a better, flexible, resourceful, stronger version of yourself (and parent).

Every activity needs a different time to carry out and you can choose based on the time you have – 5, 10, 20, 30 or 45 minutes. Choose from 9 different methodologies – choose the one that works best for you and suits you at the moment and current mood. 

Be a role model for your children by taking care of yourself more!

Here below you can find 1 activity from every methodology. If you like it and want to find more of them, visit our e-learning platform!

The “Resilient parenting” Activities and tools for parents including about 5 tools/exercises from different methodology/concept for each of the following topics:


Self-regulation encourages you to look for your own ways to deal with the challenges and stresses of everyday life.

Attachment Theory

The perspective of taking care of yourself as an activity that gives you strength and more tools to care for others

Quigong/Tai Chi

It enhances inner strength and resilience, relaxes and integrates the body and mind

Positive psychology

Focuses on finding ways and introducing sustainable habits and behaviours with the main aim to support individuals to prosper and lead full, healthy and happy lives


Mindful practice on observation and description, acting consciously, and accepting without judging is presented throughout the program.


The relationship between mind and body allows us to ‘feel’ love, to be touched by it, and to act accordingly.


Practicing yoga is an act of self- care that promotes health, physically and mentally.


Helps one to realize itself and by that we mean to realize one’s strengths and weaknesses

Cognitive Psychology and Behavioral Psychology

Our interpretation of life events, an optimistic or pessimistic attitude to ourselves and the world, depends on them

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