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SLEEP AND BABIES AND CHILDREN: Third most asked question

SLEEP AND BABIES AND CHILDREN???

SLEEP! is one of the top questions I'm asked about in my practice! (Istock:dlinca)

SLEEP! is one of the top questions I’m asked about in my practice! (Istock:dlinca)

is the third most asked about subject parents ask me about in my practice, behind question one –  What is the effect of divorce on children? and question two – How to help children cope with anxiety!

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A Dad’s Postnatal Desperation: Perspectives on Attachment & Resiliency from a Recovering Psychoanalyst

Dr. Good-un-ov’s Guide to Attachment

Istock/gabyjallbert

Istock/gabyjallbert

Do you ever wonder why we are all so “attached” to the idea of “attachment?”  I do.

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Prenatal Education Event at Montclair University

Photo:Royalty-free/Ivette Ferrero

Photo:Royalty-free/Ivette Ferrero

Northern New Jersey Free Event:

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Julie Ryan Gerland: World Organization of Prenatal Associations

Julie Gerland: Author, educator, UN Consultant, Prenatal Initiatives

Julie Gerland: Author, educator, UN Consultant, Prenatal Initiatives

Biography:    Julie Gerland is the Chief United Nations Representative for the World Organisation of Prenatal Education Associations (OMAEP) an NGO in Special Consultative Status with the UN/ECOSOC. She is a pioneer, co-author, international lecturer and advocate in the field of very early parenting from pre-conception to the first year after birth. Julie founded the Holistic Parenting Program: Preconception to Birth & Beyond, a program for parents and professionals. She is a trainer in the world reknown HypnoBirthing® The Mongan Method natural childbirth education and has received several awards including an Hononary Doctorate in Holistic Medicines from the Noble International University. Reach her at julie@suryoma.com or julie@omaep.com

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Supporting Families in Loving Relationships

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Hi!

So, I’m back from my August Sunshine Break from the BirthTouch® blog.

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August Blog Break – Planting Daffodils

This is a love letter to all of you hard-working women who fill so many various roles in your family and work life! I feel so connected to so many of you even if we haven’t met in person….

I’m posting a heart-felt “good-bye for now” love note from the BirthTouch® blog for the month of August. I’m taking some time and space to “plant daffodils” with my family to have many more years of sunshine blooms for the soul.  

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Heal your Inner Child: January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month

 

When you  hurt your ex, you hurt your children more. Istock/TatyanaGl

When you hurt your ex, you hurt your children more. Istock/TatyanaGl

January is International Child-Centered Divorce Month.  Did you know that more divorces are filed for in January than any other month, so that’s why January was chosen to recognize the children?

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Co-parenting Through Divorce: Part One: Finding Strength Within as You Redefine the Self

As you go through your divorce, do you think you are acting out your unconscious hurts and anger on yourself and others, possibly your children?

Istock/Bosca. Divorcing has bad feelings around it. Be careful not to take your bad feelings into your relationship with your children.

Istock/Bosca. Divorcing has bad feelings around it. Be careful not to take your bad feelings into your relationship with your children.

 

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Coming out of the closet about depression and postpartum depression

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.

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Book Review: One Mom’s Journey to Motherhood by Ivy Shih Leung

I met Ivy at Postpartum Support International’s Conference in 2011. She had such a nice feeling about her. Her accessibility, strength, humility and intelligence were quite strongly evident. Of course I had to kindle her book when it came out.

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