With the 10 year anniversary of 9/11 coming up, how can I address what is sure to be a media onslaught with my impressionable five year old; and my teenager?
To answer your question, I reached out to The American Psychological Association (APA), who recently posed these kinds of questions to Psychologist Robin H. Gurwitch, PhD, a professor and program coordinator of the National … Continue Reading ››
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My husband and I both work, and our toddler is in daycare. Because we don’t get that much of a chance to see him, I’d love some tips on how best to connect with him so he feels secure.
My husband works long hours and often travels for work, but he has developed such a strong bond with my … Continue Reading ››
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I feel out of shape since giving birth to my baby six months ago. What can I do to get my body back?
I appreciate your sentiment, but frankly, feeling out of shape six months after giving birth is normal. Give yourself a break. It took me 18 months after having my daughter until I truly felt … Continue Reading ››