Potty Training: Focus on the Child not the Method

I used to potty train clinically. So, when it came time to training my own daughter, I thought I had it in the bag.

WRONG.

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When Trauma Touches Your Life

Have you ever felt like you’ve moved past something, and then suddenly your blindsided? Pain, past memories, or fears hit you again and again like relenteless waves. Trauma takes a strong grip on multiple layers of our lives. If we are not careful, it can suffocate us.

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Not Enough, Forever Waiting, and the Motherless

This post is dedicated to all mothers, all those who are waiting to be mothers, and all those who have lost their mother. Mother’s Day is big enough to hold our joyful celebrations and our sorrows. Our feelings of inadequacy, grief, anger, or triumph all merge together on this May 12th.

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