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The What to Say Halloween Pledge

The What to Say Halloween Pledge This Halloween, we’re encouraging adults to keep Halloween shame free by: not talking about candy as "bad," "unhealthy," or "junk;" not commenting on people's bodies (including my own!) Are you committed to doing this too? If so, click the links below to share the pledge before 11/1/22 on social

What to Say Halloween Challenge

  The What to Say Halloween Challenge At WithAll, we know that Halloween can sometimes be really scary for our body image and relationship with food. With all the candy and costumes, it can be challenging not to intertwine Halloween with diet culture! That’s why we’re challenging you to ditch the diet and weight talk

Stop the Candy Battle: 4 Healthier Ways to Talk to Kids about Candy this Halloween

  Stop the Candy Battle: 4 Healthier Ways to Talk to Kids about Candy this Halloween You’re days away from trick-or-treating, but already you are bracing yourself for the perennial parent-child Halloween Candy Battle. After all, just as surely as jack-o’-lanterns will be popping up on front steps in the coming weeks, loads of candy

What America’s Top Athletes Know about Health & Performance with Olympic Skiers Jessie Diggins & Gus Schumacher

What America's Top Athletes Know about Health & Performance with Olympic Skiers Jessie Diggins & Gus Schumacher Whether a young athlete, coach or parent of an athlete, this video will equip and inspire you to support the health of the athletes in your life and hear the powerful stories of two of the world’s top

But there are certain foods that are better for us, right? Shouldn’t we be helping kids to understand and make good food choices?

  But there are certain foods that are better for us, right? Shouldn't we be helping kids to understand and make good food choices? We all want the kids in our lives to lead happy and healthy lives. Not talking to the kids in your life about food in oversimplified terms doesn’t mean that you

Aren’t we all just being a bit too sensitive? Shouldn’t we instead be helping our kids to not take everything so personally?

  Aren't we all just being a bit too sensitive? shouldn't we instead be helping our kids to not take everything so personally? Kids will and do receive negative messaging from all over, especially considering the increased use of media in our digital world. It’s important to help our kids navigate that and learn what

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