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Happy YOUniversity offers free on-line class to help educators manage stress

| October 20, 2020, 04:15 PM

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Annapolis start-up Happy YOUniversity, an online program designed to teach people how to live an intentional and positive life using the tools of positive psychology, announced the launch of its newest class, Morning Thrive for Educators.

Morning Thrive is a free, on-line, 15 minute morning boost sharing the tools of positive psychology to help educators thrive through the stress of the global pandemic.  Morning Thrive is offered Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 7:00 AM.  Each “morning boost” will cover a different topic to help teachers cope and trive.  Topics include mindfulness, triggers, relationships, gratitude, mind chatter, self-care, growth mindset and curiosity.

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Anyone interested in attending the free zoom meeting can register here: www.hyouniversity.com/morning-thrive.  Recordings of the class will be sent to all registrants.

“During this time of heightened stress and shifting expectations,  we wanted to find a way to help teachers that would be bite-sized and accessible and start their day on the bright side,” said Happy YOUniversity Co-Owner and Life Coach, Sara Corckran.

“Mental health is especially important now when we are isolated and facing new challenges every day. Morning Thrive provides action oriented ways to focus on the positive and help students do the same.  It feels right to do what we can in this trying time. There has never been a more important time to take care of our mental and physical health,” added Happy YOUniversity Co-Owner and Life Coach Erin Baldecchi.

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