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4 ways to Boost Your Mental Health

  Now that we can talk about mental health without shame or stigma, it’s time to build ours. Our social and emotional well-being shapes our attitude, perspective, and energy. It factors in to...

The Love you Give

  Being a mom was easier before the moodiness, shrugs, and slammed doors. We cringed. Being a mom had never felt like this before. We were uncomfortable and wondered if it was us. But it wasn't...

Bullying: The Beginning, Middle, and End.

  Few things feel as disarming and disturbing as being bullied. As much as we hope our child is spared, they need to be prepared and resilient. You can teach them that bullying has a beginning,...

Technology didn’t suck last week!

  Do you vacillate between absolute appreciation and irritating impatience with technology? I suspect we share these extremes from time to time. Bypassing my urge to complain, I'm focusing on...

The #1 Valentine This Year

  The media and stores do a fantastic job reminding us that it’s time to purchase Valentines. I know you plan to show love to those who you hold in your heart, especially your tween daughter...
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On the Road to Adulting

 Adolescents live in a fog of confusion and uncertainty. They can’t help it and often don’t realize it. Yet, the ...
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3 Ways Kindness Grows

Subliminally and experientially we teach our children what kindness looks and feels like. With nary a lecture, they go forward, ...
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Why Gratitude Doesn’t Suck

I believe in the power of gratitude and I’m indebted to those who have studied and proven its value. Expressing ...
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When a Parent is Proven Wrong

As a mom I’ve been wrong. I proved it. A few years back my younger son was studying the space ...
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How to Talk About Disappointments

Remember that time your child was competing in or for something? She’d worked hard and felt 100% confident that her ...
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Privilege Follows Responsibility

I coach a couple who questioned if perhaps, they were expecting too much from their 7th-grade son. In the summer ...
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Blinded-sided by Anxiety in 6th Grade

The school’s phone number popped up on my caller ID on that Tuesday, the third week of school. What I ...
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Off They Go!

Gratitude from parents this week: Once school starts I won't miss these texts: Ryan stole my iPad, Emma ate my ...
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