Many of us are finding the new need for homeschool stressful. And it’s not just because now in addition to being a teacher we are now also butlers, chefs, and technicians. The busy work and ensuring assignments are done are only half the battle – there’s also an emotional load. This is particularly true of […]
It’s a hard time to be a procrastinator. Working for home, social isolation, and anxiety around Covid-19 are making it even harder for many of us to get things done. If you have a hard time creating and maintaining structure, and regularly struggle to accomplish tasks, this often puts you at risk for higher levels […]
To All Current and Past Patients, I write this letter to all my current and past patients, to let you all know that I am thinking of you. Despite the craziness of my own life right now, I carry each of you in my mind consistently. Each of you has a unique situation, and a […]
Dealing with Halloween Fears & Memories in Children Halloween is right around the corner, and is inescapable for most children and adults. While it certainly is a time for kids, more and more Halloween has become an adult holiday. This interest from adults changes the dynamic drastically, and can make things much scarier for children. […]
Recently I was quoted in ThriveWorks new article entitled “This is the most depressing day of the year – here’s how you can protect yourself on Blue Monday”. Blue Monday is the 3rd January of the month. The holidays and vacations are over, possible remorse on spending sinks in, and the colder grey weather can […]
Can being a pet owner help prepare you for parenthood? I was recently asked that question for an article on Romper entitled “The One Surprising Benefit Of Having Pets Will Make You Adopt A Dog ASAP”. While I would never advise someone to get a pet so they can prepare for parenthood, I have seen […]
Here is my most recent guest post for The Good Men Project, Preferring Electric Shock to the Shock of Being Alone. A recent study by psychologist Timothy Wilson and his colleagues at U.Va. showed results that 67% of male participants choose to engage in electric shock versus be with their own thoughts. Upon hearing the results of this […]
My new article in Elephant Journal has posted. Read how the World Cup opens up our emotional and physical memories of our youth. Paying attention can be a change for growth and change.
While a marriage might stop after an affair, if the couple has children parenting together doesn’t. Kids In The House asked me to talk about the subject of parenting and infidelity. Staying together after an affair
Today Elephant Journal posted my article Language of Love: For Yourself. There are specific vocabulary you can stop to using to increase kindness to yourself and more tolerance for your imperfections. Read the article to learn more.