Don’t Wait Until it’s Dying – When to go to couple’s therapy

For whatever reason, it seems that couples are the last to make it to therapy. They come in covered in emotional barbs, glaring at each other from across my couch and alternate between broiling silences and spewing negativity. Maybe the reason they are here is out of a sense of obligation for their children, maybe … Continue reading Don’t Wait Until it’s Dying – When to go to couple’s therapy

I Love My Children, But… – Why this statement doesn’t work when you are going back to work

I recently had an almost identical conversation with two women in my life regarding motherhood and going back to work. One being a friend and the other being a client. It just so happened that these conversations also happened on the same exact day, which for me was like "ok I definitely need to write … Continue reading I Love My Children, But… – Why this statement doesn’t work when you are going back to work

Just Another Blog Post on Mom Shaming – how a tabloid got me heated at the grocery store

I was in the check out line at the grocery store, pre holiday pandemonium, waiting in a long line of people stocking up on hams. I glanced over to the tabloids, distracted because I saw something about the royals and god knows I love anything to do with the royal family, and was drawn to … Continue reading Just Another Blog Post on Mom Shaming – how a tabloid got me heated at the grocery store

I Am Whatever You Say I Am – The way that our negative perceptions shape the way that we see our partners (and how they see themselves

Guess who's back? Back again? Ok Ok, I promise, no more Eminem lyrics. Things have been a little crazy in my neck of the woods as we have moved out of my parent's house and into a new house! Woo! And don't you worry, I will surely have a post about how to live harmoniously … Continue reading I Am Whatever You Say I Am – The way that our negative perceptions shape the way that we see our partners (and how they see themselves