Posts Tagged ‘depression’
Unless you live under a rock and don’t go out at all, you have to know that Jersey Shore’s Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi is a mom!
Snooki became famous as a fightin’ boozin’ bad-girl with her group of pals on the show, Jersey Shore. Millions scrutinized her as she rumbled with her frenemies living in their Jersey shore rental house, partying it up, just like the rest of us Jersey-ites did as twenty-somethings (say what???).
Benedetta Leuner, assistant professor of psychology and neuroscience at Ohio State University, released a new study on Saturday, 10/13/2012, during a talk at Neuroscience 2012, the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, in New Orleans.Read the rest of this entry »
I’m re-posting a previous blog that I wrote for World Mental Health Day.
As I said before, as an LPC, I could write another professional blog about treatment options or family dynamics; like outline a specific self-care relaxation, expressive or cognitive re-framing exercise.
But, online, I was skirting around telling my own personal story.
Hel-loooo Birth World – the Sky is Blue: Part Two of an Interview with Walker Karraa MFA, MA CD(DONA)
“Pregnant and postpartum women are particularly vulnerable to mood and anxiety disorders, and it is life threatening.”
How Long Must We Ask for Compassionate Care?
I am happy to say that the proofs for my BirthTouch® books have finally arrived! I wrote the first edition of BirthTouch® Shiatsu & Acupressure for the Childbearing Year twelve years ago, in 2000. The second edition is out in proofs now as is BirthTouch®Healing for Parents in the NICU.
For the American Psychological Association’s Blog Party for Mental Health Month, I decided to write about being bullied as an adult. Here’s my experience in a nice middle class neighborhood in northern New Jersey.
Eleven years ago, we stretched our budget and moved to our nice neighborhood with a good school system.
Celebrate Good Enough Mothering!
Celebrate Mother’s Day!