12/04/2017

5 tips to Strengthen Emotional Connection

Being married is not always easy. Every couple has their ups and their downs for numerous reasons. It may be because of poor communication skills, destructive […]
11/06/2017

The Beginnings of Consent

Today I want to remind everyone about the idea of teaching consent from a young age. I say remind because this is not a new idea […]
08/23/2017

The Transition Back to School

The experience of going back to school after summer break can differ for everyone.  As a former teacher, I usually entered the new school year with […]
07/26/2017

Postpartum Anxiety: It’s Real, and We Need to Talk About it More

Postpartum depression (PPD) is a pretty common topic amongst new mothers and their doctors.  While a woman is pregnant she will be constantly monitored to assess […]
03/30/2017

Your Diagnosis is Not Your Label

Labels are important in our society. Some labels are literal; you will buy a jar of pickles because it is labeled, “Pickles,” or you will buy […]
02/27/2017

Getting Through Anniversaries of Traumatic Events: “Anniversary Reaction”

Recently, I was asked to give suggestions on how someone can get through the heaviness and intensity of a traumatic anniversary. No matter the type of […]
12/15/2016

The ‘Why’ of Gift Giving

It’s that time again: “the most wonderful time of the year…” This time last year I wrote a short piece reminding us all that the holiday […]
11/29/2016

Turning Fear into Something Positive

I want to talk about fear.   The 2016 election has made America angry again. In all of the elections I have witnessed I have never […]
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