How to Overcome Insecure Attachment

I struggle with being a mom. I’ve struggled through six years of the predictable laundry, food, scheduling, and interrupted sleep that comes with being a mom. And I’ve struggled through

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Help! My Kids Won’t Leave My Bubble!

The precious mom bubble: the definition of sanity for those who even teeter on the edge of introvert. We all have a bubble. And it seems like our kids just

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The Government’s Gift of Quarantine

We’ve long known that our society is sick. Brain fog. Overwhelm. Depression. Anxiety. Toxic stress. Busyness. Lack of sunlight. Low immunity. Addiction. Discontent. The root of all these problems is

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Perhaps a New Perspective on Curing Millennial Depression

Depression has become ferociously entrenched in our culture. Schoolchildren talk about anxiety and depression like they do the latest iPhone. They’ve been subject to health classes and special presentations about

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How Moms Who Work Outside the Home Are Winning

Being a mom who works outside the home is hard. Plain hard. It is a division of your time, your energy, your focus. A division of your loyalty. It is,

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Momming When You Feel Like Garbage

Momming on a good day isn’t easy. Momming when you feel like garbage can be an excruciating form of nurture. There have been many days in my six years of

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‘Hold On To Your Kids’ – A Book Summary

Hold On To Your Kids explains what is foundational to what it means to be human, what a child needs to thrive. And if that foundation becomes lost, this book

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What I Want My Daughters to Know

Your heart and your character are far more important to me than marks or medals. You took big gouges out of my selfishness. I will always be thankful for you

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I Give My Kids Treats and TV, And It Turns Out They Aren’t Ruined

I give my kids treats. I myself love a good chunk of chocolate. Or chips. Or cookie. Or ice cream. They see me inhale them as I chug my mug

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If We Want to Change the World

If we want to change the world, we need something better than social, economic, educational, and spiritual intervention later in an individual’s life.. All of these existing programs are necessary,

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