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4 Signs You're An Epic Parent!

4 Signs You're An Epic Parent!

Hey there Epic Parent!

Parenting is hard. Kids don't come with rule books. If you're a regular subscriber, you've heard me say plenty of times "It takes a village to raise a child." Sometimes we get distracted or caught up in the "the battle" with our teen + it may not feel like you're an epic parent.

Sometimes your kid can say "I hate you" + it's a common teen response. While other times your teen could say "I hate you" + it's a genuine concern. So how do you know you're epic?

Blended Families 101: What To Expect + How To Survive!

Blended Families 101: What To Expect + How To Survive!

 

Enjoying the gift of a family is so easily taken for granted, because - let’s be honest - as loving, heart-warming + essential our relationships with family members are… they also drive us CRAZY! Families are such complex yet simple structures. Every person has a role in the family + contributes to the well-being or dysfunction of the family.


When these roles shift to invite someone new into the family, you can expect chaos! I know! I know! You think I’m being dramatic, but give me a moment to explain. Chaos is inevitable in this situation, because there are so many emotions, fears + expectations tied into blended families.

Feb 2017 | Therapist Playlist

Feb 2017 | Therapist Playlist

If you’re a regular Tribe Member, you’ve been receiving my emails on ways to get through this season. Many people struggle with Seasonal Depression + have a hard time figuring out how to advocate for themselves. It’s not easy to figure out what coping strategies (grab your free Personalized Coping Skills Workbook  here) might work when you can’t think clearly.

Guest Post | Love Is In The Air!

Guest Post | Love Is In The Air!

For much of my forty-one years of life, I’ve heard a lot of talk about love + how it is to be properly done in the form of giving it to someone else. Even growing up in a Christian home, I learned about scriptures in the Bible that talked about love.  “Love is patient, love is kind, love keeps no record of wrong, etc… (1 Corinthians 13)”, but I was always taught to apply this type of love towards someone else.  It wasn’t until I started running out of love that I began to ask the question, “What about loving myself?”