Posts Tagged ‘therapist’

blog, birth, trauma, maternal mental health

4 Ways to Cope With Birth Trauma

Did one or more of your births not go the way you had hoped and planned? Perhaps, you experienced complications. Maybe you trusted the medical staff, but they created an unpleasant experience for you. There are so many variables involved in birth, which is why so many women end up with birth trauma.  Birth trauma…

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anxiety, coronavirus, quarantine, blog

Coping With Anxiety During the Quarantine

Covid-19, aka, the Coronavirus, is affecting the entire world. Here in the United States, we are currently in the thick of it. Cities and states are figuring out what measures are needed, and we, the people, are trying to navigate this new normal right along with our governments. The term, quarantine, has become a very familiar…

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How to Love Yourself More in 3 Easy Steps

February, the month of love. The holiday is traditionally focused on your romantic relationships. If you can get past the jewelry ads on tv and the store aisles filled with oversized stuffed animals and chocolate roses, then you will see that Valentine’s Day and the month of February can mean so much more.  Loving Yourself…

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blog, in-laws, boundaries, overbearing

4 Boundaries For Overbearing In-Laws

You’re engaged or more recently married and struggling with in-laws that don’t respect your boundaries. Maybe you’ve been dealing with it for a long time and are tired of the frustration. Do your in-laws come over whenever they want? Do they want to spend every weekend with you and your significant other. Perhaps you’re in-laws…

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blog, mother-in-law, parenting, motherhood, conflict, control

4 Ways to Cope With Your Mother-in-Law Telling You How to Parent

Maybe you’re a first time mama just learning the ropes of life with a newborn or maybe you’re a pro and just had your third child. Are you struggling to cope with a mother-in-law (MIL) that tells you how you should parent your baby? Maybe they have an opinion about how and what you feed…

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hurricane, anxiety, weather, storm, coping

How to Cope with Anxiety During Bad Weather

No matter where you live, you likely have to live with the threat of some type of bad weather. In Florida, we have hurricane season around half the year. Predictions are always made as to how many and how severe the hurricanes will be in a given year. It’s mostly just a guessing game. Bad…

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blog, dreams, goals, reality

When Your Dreams & Reality Don’t Mesh

I think for most of us, as little girls and teens, we dreamt of life as an adult. Where we would live, where we would travel, our job, our social life, our dream home, and on and on. We had dreams, big dreams. Then you become an adult, and what happens? You realize it’s hard,…

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boundaries, self-care, blog

How to Set Good Boundaries

In this post, I’m going to focus on how to set good boundaries as part of self-care. This is the last post in my Wonder Woman series where I have been focusing on important issues relating to the modern (amazing) woman. Jane is working at her full-time job all day. Once she gets off, she…

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self-care

Is Self-Care Selfish?

Part 3 of The Wonder Woman Series Your busy juggling all the things. Work, kids, cleaning, cooking, appointments, extracurricular activities, and on and on. As women, taking care of ourselves often falls to the bottom of our to-do list. It’s not until we reach a breaking point, do we ask for help or demand it…

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overwhelmed, stressed

How to Cope with Feeling Overwhelmed

Part 2 of The Wonder Woman SeriesDo you feel overwhelmed or stressed often? Do you find your mornings being hurried more often than not?  Do you leave work only to rush to pick up your children to taxi them to their extracurricular activities? Do you work the majority of the day while also making sure…

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