Monthly Archives: August 2015

Transitions Are Never Easy But …

Transitions Are Never Easy But …

… a necessity to our constant self-growth and evolution. Summer breaks are full of fun, freedom, vacations, late-night sleepovers, no homework and pool parties and making that shift back into the routine (work, school) can be difficult for everyone involved – children and parents alike. A new school year (or possibly a new job) is on the horizon with lots of…

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When Our Partnerships Do Not Always Come With A United Front

When Our Partnerships Do Not Always Come With A United Front

More marriages / partnerships struggle than survive in today’s very high pressured society and demands and do not always come with a united front. As we know, marriage (and any committed relationship for that matter) in and of itself can be hard enough and when you add children to the mix (albeit our own together, step children, adopted) there is a…

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My Ego Got The Best Of Me This Morning With My Child

My Ego Got The Best Of Me This Morning With My Child

This morning has been one of those days where my lack of sleep for the past three nights is catching up with me – due to my 4.5 year old daughter waking up with levels of anxiety (and slight panic) from 2:00 – 4:00 a.m. (keeping wide awake, unsettled and needing her mommy’s fullest attention). Never an easy feat in general…

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