Monthly Archives: May 2015

New moms need support after birth

Having a baby is a true miracle and often an extremely happy time. However, people don’t talk about how giving birth can be physically and emotionally traumatic for the mother, not to mention exhausting. It can be difficult because the … Continue reading

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What you need to talk about before having a baby

Think about how you were raised by your parents (or other caregivers.) What choices did your parents make in raising you that shaped your beliefs about how to raise a child? If you and your partner want to have a … Continue reading

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It’s time for a social media detox

Research has shown that the more time you spend on Facebook – browsing photos of an acquaintance’s recent trip, an old friend’s wedding or an ex-boyfriend’s new baby – the more likely you are to compare yourself to your Facebook … Continue reading

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Five things my clients taught me

I feel like I have the best job in the world. I get to help people. They tell me their secrets, they trust me. I have access into the human mind. After doing this for 10 years now, I’ve learned … Continue reading

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How to deal with a bully at work

A lot of my clients ask how to handle a person who is difficult to deal with at work. Work is a second home for many of us, where we spend most of our time. We don’t get to choose … Continue reading

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