By Margarita Tartakovsky, M.S. When someone is struggling, we might be at a loss for how to help. We want to reach out. But we’re worried we’ll do or say the wrong thing. So we don’t do anything. Or maybe we have a track record of saying or doing the wrong things. Either way, the […]
Below are some posts I have written for families.
Should is a word to let go of It’s a thread winding between expectation and identity it adds to the fear of being found out as it watches us spin in our own heads dividing us from heart and spirit How did we learn to layer upon layer, the heft of guilt, responsibility and should? Years of self-talk […]
Wealth Matters by Paul Sullivan Easing the Transition From One Nanny to the Next Over the last 12 years, Donna Levin has come to know exactly what she needs in a nanny: someone on her way to or in graduate school who has an interest in children and a flexible class schedule. But given that […]
There has been a lot written about new moms but this post by new dad, David Sternberg, LICSW does a wonderful job of identifying the many different ways you can feel as a new father.