The Many Faces of Anxiety

For those living with anxiety disorders, one of the most frustrating, if not the most frustrating statement to hear is “you don’t, he/she doesn’t look anxious."  Anyone living with anxiety or who has someone close to them dealing with anxiety wants to yell “WHAT DOES...

Letter To Myself

Dear Sharon,I am writing you this letter because I want you to have emotional freedom.  I want you to let go of the guilt you have associated with your son having a severe anxiety disorder.You know that an anxiety disorder is a true medical condition like diabetes or...

My Passion for Anxiety Disorders

My Passion for Anxiety Disorders

My passion for assisting those with Anxiety disorders “get the message out” about what those with anxiety experience began almost three years ago.  My son was having severe difficulty attending school, as well as experiencing many physical symptoms that did not come...

It’s Important to Be Present

It’s Important to Be Present

 It is very important to Be Present!  When you are with your children be present, and in the moment. Put your phone down. I want you to really pay attention to them and what they are doing and saying. If you are focused on multiple tasks you are losing out on...

Imperfection is a beautiful thing.

Imperfection is a beautiful thing.

Imperfection is a beautiful thing. Allow yourself to be imperfect and have faults. We’re all humans and have faults. Allow yourself to mess up. Don’t hide your mess ups and failings. Leave them in the open. Use them as learning tools for yourself and your child. When...

Trust Your Instincts.

Trust Your Instincts.

Parents it is imperative that you trust your inner voice, your gut. Our instincts exist for a reason. You are not going to, nor are you supposed to, have all the answers.  However, you know your child and their needs best. If your gut is talking to you, listen to and...

PARENTS 5 WAYS TO FEEL EMPOWERED NOT DEFEATED!

PARENTS 5 WAYS TO FEEL EMPOWERED NOT DEFEATED!

If you are a parent there have been many times throughout your day where you have felt totally “beaten down and defeated" by your child. You have faced parenting obstacles that leave you questioning yourself, specifically, your competence and confidence.How liberating...

Five parenting tips to increase patience

Five parenting tips to increase patience

Never underestimate the power of patience!  Think about how much smoother situations you experience, and in turn, your days go, when you are able to remain patient.  By remaining patient with your child and yourself, you are gaining more than you may realize.  By...

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