4 ways to actually advocate for women

4 ways to actually advocate for women

In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re looking at realistic, tangible ways that we can all advocate for the well-being of women.  This year, we’re recognizing the endless amounts of emotional and physical contributions made by women throughout the ongoing pandemic,...
7 ways to help kids manage stress

7 ways to help kids manage stress

We can’t always protect our children from hard things and, in fact, it would be a disservice to do so. Letting our kids resolve low-stakes challenges on their own helps them to build self-esteem and resilience. But, watching them struggle is downright painful.  It’s...
Support after a miscarriage

Support after a miscarriage

It’s estimated about 10 to 20 percent of known pregnancies end in miscarriage. Mine did. While we may not talk about it often, pregnancy loss is common. That’s why I’m here to discuss the grief, the shame, and the silence surrounding miscarriages and how we can...
Grief is messy: Why it looks different for everyone

Grief is messy: Why it looks different for everyone

One of the first things I tell my patients that have experienced a type of loss is that grief is unpredictable and, oftentimes, quite messy. You may have learned about how people move through the seven stages of grief (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and...