allowing your child to grow

When it comes to parenting, I think we are like my fluffy Goldendoodle; we are always on the wrong side of the door. It doesn't matter if he's been inside for only 2.5 seconds; he still wants to go outside. Whereas, when he gains his freedom, he's immediately whining to be let back in the… LETS GO

My middle child graduated from college last week, and I'm still processing it. My first instinct was to move forward and think about the next thing on the list. And then my Inner Guide whispered, "This is a milestone; let's take a breath and celebrate it." If you're anything like me, you're always pushing on… LETS GO

In continued gratitude for all my new subscribers from the Teen Parenting Summit 2015, I'm going to devote another blog post to one attendees' burning questions. When asked what their biggest parenting challenge was, this was one response that captured the flavor of a large majority of the issues: "How do I know when to intervene… LETS GO

This month, I was lucky enough to be included in the “Teen Parenting Summit 2015” hosted by Tova Garr. The Summit included over 20 parenting experts, who were interviewed on various aspects of parenting teen girls. I loved being a part of such a rich experience, and I want to send a big thank you… LETS GO

  With the start of a New Year, you might think a life coach would be all rainbows and sunshine about the opportunities that lie ahead in 2015–not so much. Instead, I'm on my couch surrounded by vitamin C, tissue boxes, and hot tea. I am good and sick, and I know it's from stress… LETS GO