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When Your Child Lies to You – 046

Nothing seems to upset parents more than when their child lies to them. But since lying is a normal and natural part of child development, every parent deals with it at some point. While you may [...]

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Keeping Friendship Strong – 045

We’re taught to believe that the quality of a friendship depends on how people behave toward each other. But that's not true. The quality of a friendship really depends on how people think about [...]

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Making New Friends – 044

From an early age, friendships are a vital part of our social development and emotional well-being. As we grow older, and especially after having kids, we tend to get so caught up in our [...]

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Overcoming Loneliness – 043

I've coached many moms who struggle with loneliness. Their husbands travel for work. Their families live far away. They've been through a divorce. And yet, I've also worked with moms in these [...]

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How to Stop Beating Yourself Up – 042

Most of us would never speak to our best friends the way we speak to ourselves. When we make a mistake or act in a way we regret, we mentally beat ourselves up with harsh, negative self-talk. Our [...]

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Dealing with Entitlement – 041

Entitled kids believe the world revolves around them. They want what they want, when they want it, and they don’t know when enough is enough. The rules don’t apply to them. They will resort to [...]

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The Power of Play – 038

Long before kids speak their first words, they learn the language of Play. As they get older, play continues to be their main way of communicating and learning. But play isn't only necessary for [...]