Self-Acceptance: A Series

Self-Acceptance: A Series

Blog 3: Comparisons and Self-Acceptance Self-acceptance is hard. I’ve had to work on it myself A LOT over the years. Self-acceptance, self-love, and just flat out embracing who you are takes work. I love my imperfections and owning who I really am. But there are...
Self-Acceptance: A Series

Self-Acceptance: A Series

Blog 2: Body Acceptance and Neutrality A lot of people equate self-worth and their confidence to how their bodies look. We have got to stop this body obsession! A Body Is A Body Everyone has a body, and everyone’s body is shaped differently. We spend too much time...
Self-Acceptance: A Series

Self-Acceptance: A Series

Blog 1: Understanding Inherent Self Worth As a therapist, I have this conversation CONSTSANTLY with clients: Self-worth. Everyone wrestle with the question “Am I worth it?” It seems like we measure our worth through checks and balances, that our assets and weaknesses...
Mom-Shaming and Crying It Out

Mom-Shaming and Crying It Out

As moms, we’re ALL trying our best. There are HUNDREDS of different ways to be a parent and no way is the “best way”. Yes, I know that everyone has an opinion about crying it out as a way to help your baby sleep through the night. And, it’s easy nowadays to just go on...
Mental Health & Medication

Mental Health & Medication

Besides the seasonal depression bouts, I have been blessed with an even keeled mind and overall confidence with myself. I also have the tools, thanks to being a therapist, to see any mental illness issues arising and be very self-aware when things are going astray....
Mom Gut VS Anxiety

Mom Gut VS Anxiety

This can be so hard to discern especially if you are prone to anxiety. I’ve gotten pretty good at knowing the difference between my anxiety acting up or my mom gut telling me something, but sometimes my anxiety gets the best of me.  My Experience Recently my...