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Are You A Mommy Martyr?

“I can’t leave my child/children and go to lunch.” “My child/children take all of my time. I’m exhausted at the end of the day. There is no way I could do something for me.” “I

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Holding Space For Others

I’ve been learning something very intriguing to me the past little while. It is a concept that Brooke Snow, a podcast host, teaches. It is the principle of Holding Space. Have you ever walked into

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When Darkness Seems Too Much

My husband and I recently took an extended trip from Utah to the Bahamas in our personal plane. During the first leg to Texas, we had one hour left. It was 10 pm. The lights

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Parenting Pre-Teens and Teens

I heard a brilliant call today while I was participating in a coach training I am part of. The caller has 3 girls, ages 10, 12 and 14. Her mode has been to serve her

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The Day My Teenager “Lost It”

Several years ago, one of our then-teenagers “lost it.” They exploded. While I don’t remember the specific cause, I well remember the tantrum, the yelling, the frustration they expressed, the intense feeling of overwhelm and

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