Tag: mental health
I was surprised, though, as her letter was not about big dreams, what goals she is aiming to accomplish in the next handful of years, what boyfriend she was going to have (phewww), things she wanted to purchase, when she would learn to drive, nor places she wanted to visit…
I just have a growing concern that too much emphasis placed on our digital lives tends to remove us from the elements of the “real world” that can offer much richer and more substantial experiences.
Kids don’t need babysitters; they need caring, passionate instructors and mentors who get out from behind their desks to engage and inspire.
I didn’t know how, yet it was enough to believe it was even in the realm of possibility. And, I made a simple commitment to myself: I was going to enjoy my pregnancy as much as I could.
Have children asking about the terrorist attack in Boston? San Diego psychologist Dr. Michael Mantell has some great tips about how to deal with kids who have been effected by this tragedy or others.
Regardless if I am forty pounds from my target goal or just my four pounds, I have finally have come around to accept that “fabulous” can be just as much a state of mind as it is a number on a scale or a time on the stopwatch!
The horrific shooting in Newtown, Connecticut is a very difficult thing to take in, especially since we are enjoying the holiday season and celebrating with family and loved-ones. I was taken by the support and tips that San Diego’s Dr. Keith Kanner, licensed and board certified clinical child, adolescent, and adult psychologist and psychoanalyst, gave […]