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!?”
I have four kids, but lately, it’s my five-year-old daughter who’s been the most challenging…
Today I met with a client, let’s call her Sally. I was so amazed and inspired by her change, that I felt compelled to share the details of our session with you.
Life with kids can get so busy, so chaotic, so demanding, that sometimes the day to day grind seems more like a matter of survival over anything else.
If you’re reading this, then being a good mom is important to you. But maybe you wonder if you’re getting it right. Or maybe you worry that you’re not.
This morning I was heading into Jerusalem to meet a client and saw my neighbor looking to catch a ride with someone, so I offered her a lift. Once she got settled and we exchanged the usual greetings, I asked her, “so what’s new?”
Children need help to manage strong feelings. Over time, with a parent’s help, children learn how to manage strong feelings independently. Here is a list of 5 ways you can help your kids manage their strong feelings.
Recognizing your issues and asking for help is not easy, let alone embracing the process of change. It’s no wonder that many of my clients tell me that they wish they could just skip the therapy and just feel better.
Do you ever feel like you’re in a constant state of war? Or like you are under constant threat of attack? Like at any moment you might be ambushed by the little people in your life and left dazed and confused in the wake of their attack.