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KIDS AND SCREEN TIME

Screens are everywhere.  Phones, tablets, ebooks, computers, handheld game systems, etc.  It is nearly impossible to keep screens away from our children these days.  Technology can be beneficial to children. Preschoolers can play games that solidify their understanding of letters and their sounds.  School children can get homework help by watching YouTube. Teens can stay connected to their friends. But...[ read more ]

SELF ACCEPTANCE

Often times with age comes wisdom and with that wisdom an increase in confidence. We may begin to care less and less about outside judgement. This is called self acceptance. The process of self-acceptance is a long journey and doesn’t mean that a person thinks that he or she is perfect. It means that a person has come to terms...[ read more ]

PARENTING YOUR SOCIAL TEEN

Teenagers are transitioning from childhood to adulthood and growing more independent by the day.  This is a time when they start spending more time with friends and less time with mom and dad. Teens have a need to be social as they explore their own identity and discover who they are.  This means that your child’s peer group begins to...[ read more ]

BUILDING UP THE SISTERHOOD

“Women who understand how powerful they are do not give into envy over meaningless things; instead they fight to maintain the beautiful bond of the sisterhood. These are the real women who know that we need each other’s love and support to survive in this world.” -Bindu I think that women are amazing creatures. We have the power to have...[ read more ]

DEALING WITH IMPOSTER SYNDROME

After we have accomplished our goals, we may not feel the happiness we had hoped for. We worked hard and did our best in our career, but it still feels like we aren’t good enough; like we are an imposter in our own life. We might feel like we do not deserve the life that we have. A relatively new...[ read more ]

LETTING GO OF PERFECTIONISM

The holiday season is a stressful time of year. It’s stressful financially as you run around playing Santa for everyone you know. It’s stressful on your time as you go from holiday concert to holiday pageant to family pictures. It’s stressful emotionally as the days are shorter and colder and although you’d rather hibernate, you have so much to accomplish...[ read more ]

GET SOME REST

Earlier this week I struggled with calming my mind and falling asleep. So I headed to the couch to watch a Hallmark Christmas movie, which, in the moment, felt like a luxurious way to spend my time. Needless to say, I was tired the next day. I had little if any patience with my children while getting everyone ready for...[ read more ]

TAKING CARE OF YOUR PHYSICAL HEALTH

My practice specializes in helping people find time for self-care, discover balance and implement positive self talk. Many of my clients feel that they do not have enough time to get everything done. They also struggle to prioritize their health and most do not have a primary care provider and have not been to the doctor in years. In mental...[ read more ]

FINDING MORE PURPOSE

When I was a child I was going to be a teacher and children’s book author. Then an author and illustrator. Then I just knew I was going to be an artist. But what ends up happening to most of us is that we get going on a life path and have little time to look around to see if...[ read more ]

KEEPING POSITIVE WHEN YOU’D RATHER HIBERNATE

As the weather gets colder and the days get shorter, it becomes harder and harder to keep a positive mood. It feels natural to want to snuggle under your covers and hibernate. You can keep your mood positive as stress and responsibilities increase during the holiday season it just might take more effort than usual. 5 Strategies To Reduce Grinchy...[ read more ]



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