Dr. Sheryl Ziegler featured on Lifehacker, in Michelle Woo’s article “Avoid Parenting Burnout by Limiting Your Options”.
Dr. Sheryl Ziegler discusses the concept of graduating college and then suffering depression in this article from She-Mazing.
Many children grow up surrounded and comforted by the love of an imaginary friend. Read more about How imaginary friends work and more insight from Dr. Sheryl Ziegler
“It seems like every day, there’s another gut-wrenching headline about kids being picked on, tormented or worse. The fact is, a child is bullied on the playground every seven minutes, according to the advocacy group Stomp Out Bullying, and it’s estimated that as many as 160,000 U.S. children a day stay home from school out of fear of being targeted, says Denver-based child psychologist Sheryl Ziegler, PsyD. “
In this YourTango article, Dr. Sheryl Ziegler addresses the exhaustion many mothers face and gives suggestions on how to overcome it.
She had a job that she was miserable in. He had a family business that he inherited. He wasn’t passionate about the business. She wasn’t passionate about her job. This couple was struggling financially and just not happy. With two young children at home, they felt trapped.
For the mom in this story, she constantly felt like she wasn’t doing a good job at home.
Caught in the act? Find out what to do to speak with your children about what was going on.
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.
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.