Another week, and we’re still navigating this new and strange reality. For the most part, I hope you’ve found your bearings, but if you are still feeling a little lost and out of control in life with kids, read on, because by the end of this email you’re going to know exactly what you can do […]
When life’s got you down and you need a quick pick me up, there are four things you can do that will instantly make you feel more at ease and hopeful.
What happens when my kids want something that I can’t give them? Maybe I’m simply not able to. Or, dare I say, I just don’t want to.
How many times have you found yourself feeling overwhelmed and totally out of your depths, like “What the hell am I suppose to be doing here!?”
Sometimes, no matter how hard I try I just keep snapping at my kids. On one hand, I care and protect these children to a fault, often at the expense of my own well being. But on the other hand, sometimes they can do something so irritating
Being the mom you want to be, staying calm and feeling confident in your actions can feel overwhelming, and sometimes near impossible. Like, “Just get me out of here. I give up!”
Like in any relationship, you and your kid are separate people with your own wants, wishes, and desires, so conflicts and battles of will are to be expected.
if we let our fears take over and guide us, not only do we miss precious opportunities to enjoy the present moment, but our kids miss out too.
When it comes to life with kids, one common technique parents use to help calm their kids’ big feelings is to name what they think their kid is feeling.
In this lecture, I bust some myths, stir things up and give you a whole new perspective of Maternal Mental Health.
In this video, I challenge the common adage “You can’t fill another’s cup unless you fill your first”.
It’s hard to always know what the source of your kids’ behavior is and to know how to respond appropriately. Sometimes your kids are acting a certain way because they’re distracted by something more exciting or have different plans than you. Or in other words, it’s a battle of wills. Other times, your kids are […]
When I gave birth to my firstborn over 11 years ago, I had just celebrated my 23rd year of life, and like most of my contemporaries at that age…
Last Friday morning I had one of those freak-out moments. I was getting myself and my kids ready to leave the house for the day, and I catch myself moving from room to room like a chicken with its head cut off
There’s something about freaking out on your kids that makes you reconsider everything that you thought life with kids was supposed to be.