Archive | February, 2013

Should I Get A Divorce? – 7 Things To Know When Thinking About Getting Divorced

Do you think you might want to get a divorce? Do you feel like your marriage is hopeless, and you’ve just had enough? You are not alone; problems in marriage often seem to have a snowball effect, and can quickly build resentment and anger. Whether it is having an affair, lying about… Read More >>

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Am I Losing My Mind?

Sometimes I feel like I am losing my mind. Really. With all the parenting stress and chaos children cause, it’s no wonder I haven’t already lost it completely. My mental health is put to the test each and every day, as I struggle to cope with stress. So, if you are an… Read More >>

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When Mothers Feel Guilty: Why Moms Feel Guilt And How To Overcome It

Someone recently asked me for the two most common reasons why moms feel guilt. I believe they are doing things for ourselves and disciplining our children. We all know the importance of taking care of ourselves, yet most of us seldom do. We are so caught up in the daily tasks of… Read More >>

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Are You an Angry Parent? 7 Tips for Parenting When You’re Angry

Are you an angry parent? Unfortunately, parenting a child doesn’t come with a handbook called “How to Parent”. Disciplining children is one of the most exhausting and overwhelming things you will ever do. And since you are human, sometimes you will get angry and just lose it. It happens to all of… Read More >>

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Mommy Wars: Why Do Moms Fight?

As both a therapist and a mother, I must admit I hear mothers criticizing other parents’ decisions all the time. So why do moms fight? And what’s all this mom fighting really about? Like most things in life, when people are critical or judgmental of another, it is usually based in their… Read More >>

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Parents of Children with Disabilities or Special Needs: How to Parent and Deal with Stress

Parenting is hard enough. But when your child has a disability or special needs, it’s not just a whole different ballpark…it’s a whole different game. You will be put to the test on a daily basis. You will need to learn how to deal with an insurmountable amount of stress, and must… Read More >>

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