An overview of anxiety in kids including what’s typical and when it’s time to get help. First in a series.
The truth is, that while PPD and related illnesses are real and common, much of the work we do is addressing realistic expectations: it’s not all bliss; childbirth will likely not be a magical, bonding experience; being a mom is often hard, boring, frustrating – with moments of amazement, wonder, and the biggest love imaginable – but is mixed in with day to day stresses and regular life challenges.
Here are some things that caught my eye and that I shared on my Twitter or Google Plus or on my Building Family Counseling Facebook page this week: Catie, my co-facilitator for the All Adoption group has decided to create a casual, peer support Central Ohio Adoptee only group! If you or anyone you know might be interested in meeting …
A diagnosis doesn’t just exist in the clinical setting; our clients have to live with the label.
Research shows that a strong relationship with mom makes for healthier middle school boys.
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