Dr. Sheryl Ziegler weighs in, in Washington Post article “There’s such a thing as post-graduation depression. I know: I had it.” Post-graduation depression, therapists say, is understudied and probably underreported.“Young adulthood isn’t a population that is well studied at all. From a research perspective, it’s hard to categorize them,” said Sheryl Ziegler, a Colorado psychologist…
Parents play a key role in shaping sexual decision-making amount adolescents — especially for girls. A 2016 review of more than three decades of research found that teenagers who communicated with their parents about sex uses safer sexual practics. Likewise… READ MORE
Want to know how to overcome parental burnout and the effects it can have on your children? Find out more in this article that was featured on PopSugar.
Dr. Sheryl Ziegler is featured on Thrive Global and discusses how to overcome Mommy Burnout.
Too often I hear from parents that “kids just fight, that’s what brothers and sisters do!” like it is a rite of passage. And while I agree that left to just figure it out, kids will go through stages… READ MORE
Dr. Sheryl shares her ideas on whether or not texting with a new person might be a form of cheating and how to refocus your time at home, with your family, and spouse so as to avoid it.
You may be wondering how you can REALLY do it…how can you and your spouse make it the long haul and remain married till death do you part? In this article, Dr. Sheryl Ziegler shares tips from a couple that has stood the test of time. This article was featured in both the Huffington Post…
“Burnout can affect one’s emotional and physical well-being, causing feelings of inadequacy, resent and detachment from family and work life.
According to psychologist Sheryl Ziegler, signs of mommy burnout may include forgetfulness, tearfulness, irritability, escape fantasies, and resent for a partner and other moms (especially if they’re perceived as having more freedom).”
Featured in Yahoo Finance, Dr. Sheryl Ziegler discusses “mommy burnout” and how it might be making mothers miserable. She also discusses solutions to this condition.
Few things fuel teen angst better than a parent who tries, and fails, to act like they get it. After all, everyone involved knows it’s mostly a charade: The teenage brain is such a strange and wild and constantly changing place that, much of the time, even teens don’t… READ MORE