“[W]e need to be grounded in who we are before we can have healthy relationships with others.” Read more of about how to connect to yourself and practice self-compassion in this piece I was interviewed in by Margarita Tartakovsky at Psych Central.
Are you the daughter of a narcissistic mother? Read an interview I did with Dr. Karyl McBride, author of “Will I Ever Be Good Enough: Healing the Daughters of Narcissistic Mothers.” This post was featured in The Washington Post blog, On Parenting.
Becoming a mom can be a huge adjustment. While you are pregnant it is all about taking care of you. But once the baby arrives, the focus immediately shifts and all of a sudden you are spending most of your time taking care of your baby. Work, fun, and leisure time used to be relatively […]
Last week I wrote about the new science of self-compassion in the Washington Post blog, ‘On Parenting.’ Writing that post got me thinking about how our society treats us when we first become mothers. I wonder if this could be part of why it’s so hard for us to actually be kind to ourselves? Think […]