Answering the Call

• June 15, 2014 • Comments (0)

Mission_Be8I have recently come to find that in my heart, there is nothing I am more passionate about than helping children. Seeing my own children struggle through a divorce and adjusting to a one-parent household, and witnessing other children battling emotional turmoil as they grow up, has always had an effect on my heart. I am being led to step up into my calling, and am in training to become a mindful educator for the non-profit organization, Mission Be.



Mission Be’s focus is to teach children compassion, kindness and mindfulness in schools within the United States and all over our beautiful world. Their programs include 8-week mindfulness implementation curricula at both the elementary and high school levels. It gives children the tools they need to handle such “grown up” issues as stress, bullying, depression and anxiety—all real problems that our children oftentimes internalize instead of reaching out for help. Left unsupported, this leads to poor self esteem; behavioral issues; substance abuse; suicidal thoughts and actions; poor academic performance and more. Mission Be provides the self awareness and coping mechanisms children need to get through their most challenging of times—and I am proud to support and be a part of this incredible organization.

If you feel called to support this mission, or simply want to learn more about it, please click the link below. Re-share the video and link, donate even as little as $5—anything you can do to help spread awareness of this amazing cause is appreciated. Help Mission Be get the support it needs to shape our youth in a positive, mindful way. Our children are our future, and they need our support and guidance now more than ever. Thank you in advance <3

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