fbpx

Thrive Blog

Page 7 of 9

Posts categorized as "News"

Follow our news, updates and other adventures… all published by the Thrive team.

  • Simmer Down: Teaching Children to Self-Calm

    Written by Hanna Doil, Thrive Parent Educator Emotional regulation is the ability to provide adequate control over emotional responses. As adults, we have learned how to effectively support and manage our emotions in a way that works for us as individuals. Going to the gym, calling a friend to vent, or going to hot yoga…

    Read More »

  • November Thriver of the Month: Julie Grimm

    What Thrivers say: “Julie Grimm…..the unofficial mayor of Big Sky – is deserving of Thriver of the Month in too many ways to list. She is the ultimate co-worker who will help with anything and everything you have going on. Her positive energy, amazing work ethic and creativity has single-handedly made the Girls for a…

    Read More »

  • Add Emotion Coaching to your Parenting Resume

    Written by Hanna Doil. Published in November 2016 edition of Montana Parent Magazine. “Children’s emotions are just as real as yours. Just because they might get sad over the color of their cup, does not make their emotion any less real.” –Rebekah Lipp How many of our children’s tears have been spilled over not getting…

    Read More »

  • Embrace Your Story: Teen Summit Challenges Girls to Embrace Their Future

    Embrace Your Story Teen Summit Challenges Girls to Explore their Future By Molly Cech, Former GFAC Core Committee Member A participant and presenter collaborate on a piece of jewelry during a 2014 GFAC Workshop. Each year the conference draws hundreds of girls from across the West to participate in a day of fun, learning, and personal development.…

    Read More »

  • September Thriver of the Month: Hanna Doil

    What Thrivers say: “Hanna is such a pleasure to work with… she takes on her ever-demanding role with a smile and a can-do attitude. Being a parent can leave you in a very vulnerable place, and Hanna is always so approachable and empathetic to the struggles of parenthood. She is so good at her job!…

    Read More »