Welcome Wiggle Warriors!
My name is Maya and this is my cat Sunny. I'd like to introduce you to my friend Anxiety. He comes to visit me sometimes. If he visits you too, just take 5 deep breaths to shrink your anxiety before you check out the rest of our site. Simply turn on the sound and breathe along with the video below.
What's Your Attitude Toward Stress?
Are you hiding it away in a box? Are you pretending it doesn't exist? This is called "Toxic Positivity" because hidden stress is toxic stress. When you don't acknowledge your stress, it gets stuck in your body and takes over your life. So even though stress can be scary and uncomfortable, it's important to acknowledge it, release it, and learn how to work with it. A Wiggle Warrior® is someone who chooses to face their stressful emotions with curiosity, instead of criticism, so that they can learn how to use their stress to find their strength. For example, anger wiggles into calm and clarity; Fear wiggles into courage; And sadness wiggles into self-care and resilience. Whether you're a kid or an adult, this website will help you unpack your "I'm Fine Box" so you can start to feel better soon.Are You Ready to Start Your Free Wiggle Warrior® Training?
Coming This February:
Wiggle Warrior® Picture Books
Created by Anne Kubitsky
Founder & CEO of Look for the Good Project
Anne is donating all of these books to our organization so that 100% of the proceeds support our programming efforts.
Our mission is to improve the lives of K - 6 children by giving them access to social-emotional learning programming which develops healthy self-esteem.
Thanks to a generous donor, we are able to provide our Wiggle Warrior® Training for free this year. Please help us continue our mission.Donate Today
Look for the Good Project, Inc. is a Tiny Nonprofit with a National Reach
We offer community-based healing for K - 6 school communities to undo unwilled and unwanted "aloneness." We specifically focus on three goals:
>> Supporting the development of emotionally attuned "sunshine" relationships between adults and children to promote healthy child development and to buffer children from toxic stress
>> Teaching self-regulation strategies to build self-esteem in both children and adults, based off the latest therapeutic and SEL models
>> Creating an emotionally safe environment which increases gratitude, curiosity, and play, while also reducing stress