Life is messy. Small children are hectic. Twelve hour days are the problem and it’s way bigger than any gym membership will solve.
I’m not really a fashion person (and I have the wardrobe to prove it) but I love the fatshion blogs for the insistent self-confidence of the women who share their self-portraits.
“We know there is a problem with how we feed our kids as a society. I see it more as a crisis in feeding all our kids. A crisis in our relationship with food. There are many larger kids who are healthy and we are misdiagnosing them. Our emphasis on weight and weight loss is not healthy for anyone.” Read more in the second part of our 5-part interview series with Dr. Katja Rowell, author of Love Me, Feed Me!
Home-based counseling can be complicated. I had questions about it and I wanted to talk to people more experienced than I am so I pitched an article to Counseling Today, which is the trade magazine for the American Counseling Association. The result, “Home is Where the Client is”, is in the September issue.
First of all, you need to watch this wonderful video. OK, did you do that? Great! Now we’re on the same page. Let’s talk. I know a lot of us limit our kids’ access to media, especially women’s magazines and Go Daddy commercials, and that’s terrific but our kids hang with other people’s kids and so when you watch this …
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