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Myths About Infant Bonding and Attachment

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Being a new parent was one of the most confusing times in my life. Everything changes: the way that you feel about yourself, the way your marriage functions, and the way that you care for your child(ren) can turn your world upside down. To make it worse, everyone (loads of parenting experts, doctors, friends, relatives, etc.) believe that their advice will make your parenting experience easier.

Almost all of this parenting advice is well-intended, but more often than not you’ll hear confusing and contradictory claims about parenting that can make your job even more difficult than nature made it to begin with!

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How Affective Neuroscience and Depression Relate

 

Healthy early relationships strengthens brain and emotional health !

Healthy early relationships strengthens brain and emotional health !

David Goss, Psy.D., in an article published in the March 2015 issue of Counseling Psychology Review, investigates how therapy can positively impact a depressed person’s brain biology.

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#WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

WORLD SUICIDE PREVENTION DAY

SEPTEMBER 10, 2016

suicide hotline

1-800-273-TALK (8255)

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What is Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) ?

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) Overview

KeepCalmDBTSkills

DBT Background

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Infant massage improves mental health and bonding for mom and baby!

Normal soothing and playful touch help forge your relationship with your baby Istock/KellyRichardsonPhotography

Normal soothing and playful touch help forge your relationship with your baby
Istock/KellyRichardsonPhotography

Infant massage is a great way to create an oasis of calm time with your baby. It helps promote bonding and calm both mom and baby. Studies show that infant massage decreases stress hormones (in both Mom & baby), reduces colic and GI symptoms, relieves muscle pains and assists recovery for preemies (Onozawa et al, 2001; Field et al, 1996). It is win-win!

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Book Review: Dancing on the Edge of Sanity by Ana Clare Rouds

Dancing on the Edge of Sanity

asks once again

How Often Must We Ask for Sensitive Care?

 

It’s easy to connect with Ana Clare Rouds’ personal story of the reality of motherhood in her book, Dancing on the Edge of Sanity. She shares her personal story about her experience with postpartum depression, anxiety and obsessive-compulsive disorder, and she eloquently brings out several issues.

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Holistic and Integrative Healing & Psychotherapy

Your healing takes place on many levels (Istock/kochergin)

Your healing takes place on many levels (Istock/kochergin)

You all know that I’m interested in all things healing. I’ve spent a lifetime studying healing modalities, as I’ve bet a lot of you have!  We all have a lot of research and tools available to us for healing on different levels.

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Gratitude feeds the white wolf…

Feed your white wolf in less than two minutes a day

Feed your white wolf in less than two minutes a day

It takes less than two minutes a day to feed the white wolf …

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Mindfully get into your flow creating textile friendship dolls!

Janet, Princess of Healing

Janet, Princess of Healing

Randy, Roses of Friendship

Randy, Roses of Friendship

I’ve been blessed with wonderful, caring friends who’ve helped me a lot over this past winter!  I wanted to do something special for them, something that would hold the intention of love, friendship and thankfulness within!  I decided to get busy with some needlework! I’ve been making textile dolls for 20 years and decided it was time to take a rest from art quilting and get back to that beloved textile craft!

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Happy New Year 2016 – 50 Things You Don’t Know About Me

THANK YOU Blue Heart

  • I love to bird watch. I used to walk to a patch of woods in a park near my house and sit with binoculars to see if I could see bittern. I never did see one. Even until this day.

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