Caught in the act? Find out what to do to speak with your children about what was going on.
Find out how imperative it is for your children to actually experience boredom and downtime in order to be less stressed and more balanced. Dr. Sheryl elaborates on the case for boredom in this article from “The Tot.”
Those lovely chimes on my phone didn’t exactly get me springing out of bed as I kept hitting snooze. Not only was I was up late the night before but my four-year-old woke me up at three in the morning asking me to help find his flip flops. Herein starts the challenges of a typical day of the working mom. READ MORE
How can you keep things from getting too stressful at home? Try this back-to-school checklist!
RECLAIMING YOUR LIFE, BUILDING CONNECTIONS, AND CONQUERING MOMMY BURNOUT: THE HOME HOUR, EPISODE 123
Find out more about Mommy Burnout and how Dr. Sheryl suggest balancing your life and taking back some of your time and your sanity.
How to balance parenting needs when you and your spouse/partner parent in completely different manners.
Do you worry that parenting your children in different manners will actually be harmful to them? It’s actually one of the best things you can do to support their individuality and help them grow the way they need. Sheryl shares her insights with The Tot on this subject.
In this article, Dr. Sheryl discusses the four main parenting styles and elaborates to show the ways in which these styles can affect your children. Which one are you? How are your children adapting to it?
More than eighty percent of the field of mental health is comprised of female psychologists and social workers with only the exception of psychiatry. However, the gender wage gap is astonishing in a field in which men make up only ten to twenty percent of the work force… READ MORE
Now that she’s gone, I realize Chica helped me learn how to give and receive love. It has been six months since I lost my Chica, “The World’s Greatest Dog.” It has taken me this long to write or talk about… READ MORE