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PCANC/IEI/NCCC Parental Resilience- Mental Well-Being - Shared screen with speaker view
CHERYL CRIST
05:05
Onslow County Cheryl Crist
John Parker
05:21
#ACES #2020
Kylie Foley
09:04
We’re excited to hear your questions and stories! You’ll be able to share later but go ahead and put any thoughts you have in the chat!
Tracey O'Neal
10:12
Thank you Taylor! Parenting is so difficult during this time. Virtual learning but also understanding their stressors during this time!
Kylie Foley
10:38
NAPS
Davina Thrash
10:53
Bounce Back
Ellen Beasley
11:00
Naps and showers!!!
Lynda Turlington
11:07
I have faith and hope
Lisa Brown
11:15
I find resilience through remembering other times that have been hard and thinking about how I got through it.
Tracey O'Neal
11:17
building strengths upon strengths. Knowing when I get through something I am stronger to deal with life's stressors
Jessica Stokes
11:18
listening to myself and what I am needing
Margaret Stridick
11:36
Ability to cope with difficulties and thrive
Carmen Martell
11:52
Self-care
John Parker
12:08
resilience according to John Parker: inner strength & curiosity as well as outer adaptability and continuous learning
Chris Pernell
12:31
getting outside for some sunshine and even better if the dog is along
CHERYL CRIST
12:41
Definitely Self-Care :)
Tracey O'Neal
12:58
Thank you Carmen! Yes self-care. Often I feel guilty taking the time for self-care, but know I am a better version of myself and for others makes it essential!
John Parker
13:09
knowing and leaning on your people and pets
John Parker
16:06
doing things for others - generosity and hospitality
Carmen Martell
16:17
Yes, Tracey! It is very hard to take time for myself, but I'm trying to be intentional about it.
Lisa Brown
16:33
Notice the good things that happen and find joy in them.
Carmen Martell
19:57
Celebrating on a daily basis one thing that I was able to accomplished
Kylie Foley
21:18
Yes Carmen! Ellen introduced me to the “to DID” list where you list the things you did today to remind yourself you’re doing your best
Kylie Foley
25:14
We have some great links that explore each of these actions in today’s newsletter. We’ll send it out again after today’s conversation!
Lisa Brown
27:20
Brene Brown has a great talk about accepting help!!
Carmen Martell
27:31
Yeaayy! Thank you Kylie!
Margaret Stridick
27:53
Any ideas on how to do that at a community level?
Tracey O'Neal
28:40
Brene Brown: Asking for help video:https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=10154119361455682
John Parker
31:36
Margaret - I’ve found the 10 keys shared by Action for Happiness helpful. They seem to also be 10 good keys for Resilience (from my perspective): https://www.actionforhappiness.org/10-keys-to-happier-living
Taylor McDonald
33:41
Brene Brown Empathy Video- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Evwgu369Jw&vl=iw
Chris Pernell
34:49
Daily I tell myself to not should myself - thank you Jessica :-)
Taylor McDonald
34:50
https://www.drdansiegel.com/books_and_more/ Dr. Dan Siegel Books :) (You will be sent resources/links to these in more detail)
Michelle Peedin
35:10
Yes, The PHW’s team is working to remove our “should” language!
Taylor McDonald
36:45
Sometimes things can be unintentionally siloed like that- and it's so important that we work together- you're so right Jessica!
Kylie Foley
36:55
One of my favorite podcast episodes “Don’t Should Yourself” by Terrible, Thanks for Asking (best podcast name right?!): https://www.iheart.com/podcast/3-terrible-thanks-for-asking-27882264/episode/dont-should-yourself-30181111/#
Taylor McDonald
37:13
^ Kylie, I LOVE that podcast and all of Nora's work/books!
Taylor McDonald
37:19
Thank you for sharing :)
Ellen Beasley
37:59
Just read Nora’s No Happy Endings book! Great easy way to read about grief!
Taylor McDonald
38:16
Yes, Ellen! Great book- you're so right.
Kylie Foley
43:25
Rev. Jessica has been THE most important person who has helped me learn new language to de-stigmatize mental health in faith communities. Highly recommend you connect with her! jessica@nccouncilofchurches.org
Margaret Stridick
43:46
This would also normalize getting help with difficult child behaviors, because all parents struggle at times
Taylor McDonald
44:08
Try to move from "What's Wrong With You?" to "What Happened to you?" YES!
Elizabeth Brewington
44:48
https://www.ncchurches.org/sacred-series-toolkit-becoming-a-trauma-informed-faith-community/
Elizabeth Brewington
44:54
Sacred Series Toolkit: Becoming a Trauma-Informed Faith Community
Tracey O'Neal
45:24
and then to "what is right with you?"
Kylie Foley
45:35
My favorite part of the toolkit is Liturgy examples to talk about resiliency from the pulpit. It’s a wonderful resource
Margaret Stridick
46:46
Then being willing and able to help people connect to needed resources
Ellen Beasley
46:53
Therapy ❤️❤️❤️
Tracey O'Neal
47:35
YES! Please check out the Resource Guide in our resources newsletter of the day.
Tracey O'Neal
50:57
Resilience Trailer:
Taylor McDonald
51:04
Checking your own bias and leaving it at the door in order to learn, support, and build resilience <3
Tracey O'Neal
51:16
Resilience Trailer:https://vimeo.com/137282528
John Parker
52:19
sacred work!
Howard Loughlin
54:03
after this, will the links in the chat comments be available for our use?
Taylor McDonald
54:04
This is a loving reminder to please vote on or before November 3rd! <3
Taylor McDonald
54:37
Yes, Mr. Howard- great question. These links will be sent in follow up resources.
Taylor McDonald
56:31
https://www.facebook.com/onechristiannetwork/
Kylie Foley
57:16
Durham: http://www.radicalhealing.us/support.html
Tracey O'Neal
59:46
Lynda Turlington is amazing and the work in Harnett County! She also agreed to share their resource guide, which is a resilient support that connects people to resources without stigma!
Taylor McDonald
01:00:51
Lynda, can we please share the link for ppl to sign up for your upcoming CC's with everyone? SO looking forward to it! <3
Lynda Fleming
01:01:04
Does anyone know of any resources for those who need dental and medical care? For those who do not have dental/medical insurance. Thanks in advance!
Kylie Foley
01:01:15
Tomorrow we’ll be meeting at 1:00 pm to talk about Social Emotional Competence of Children! Register to attend, receive recording, and our newsletter tomorrow: https://ncsu.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcoc-uurzktGdBI5QIX800EolSVYR5Yha6p
Taylor McDonald
01:01:53
Lynda, that is a great question- we can look into that for you! I'm thinking that NC211 may lead you to some beneficial resources!
Taylor McDonald
01:02:13
or, NCCare360
Lynda Fleming
01:02:21
Thank you so much! I appreciate all that you do!
Taylor McDonald
01:02:50
We appreciate you as well- please feel free to email me if you have any questions or if you would like me to send you those resources: tmcdonald@preventchildabusenc.org
La'Shonda Jones
01:02:58
Very good Mrs. Gainey!! Well said!
Kylie Foley
01:03:05
AMAZING. Perfectly said
Jessica Stokes
01:03:06
yes!
Lynda Fleming
01:03:45
Will do, Taylor! Thanks everyone! Great webinar!!
Jessica Stokes
01:03:57
thank you for joining!
Lisa Brown
01:03:59
Thank you so much! This was wonderful!
Howard Loughlin
01:04:16
thank you
Rebekah Horrell
01:04:36
Thank you so much for this presentation!
Taylor McDonald
01:05:11
tmcdonald@preventchildabusenc.org please reach out to me at anytime- thank you all so much! :)
Rebekah Horrell
01:05:18
Thank you, Jessica!
CHERYL CRIST
01:05:30
Thank You
Carmen Martell
01:05:42
Thank You!