Category Archives: stress

Spirited Woman 12 Book Pick List

We’re thrilled to have our book, Whose Couch Is It Anyway?, selected by Spirited Woman this week for their spring book recommendations. Founded by Nancy Mills, this organization spotlights inspirational women in various fields around the globe. The Spirited Woman Foundation raises funds and makes donations to charitable organizations that heal and empower women. Four times a year, 12 books are picked that encourage emotional growth. We’re grateful to be included this spring in their Top 12 Book Pick List. we’re in good company – please check out the other … Continue reading

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College Grads: Moving Back With Parents

A lot of students are about to walk away from campus – diplomas in hand – and straight back home. May is boomerang month for many families. And the return to the nest is hardly surprising, as 70% of graduates with a bachelor’s degree carry at least $35,000 in debt. According to the Pew Research Center as many as 1 in 3 Millennials are not living independently. Less than 5% of parents think their 2016 graduates will have a full-time job after college. And over 35% say they expect to … Continue reading

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Guess Who Is Adulting Now

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, this month Millennials have topped 75 million, officially taking over as the largest generation in the country. Making up such a huge group, Millennials are not easy to categorize, although various pundits have tried, labeling them with traits ranging over a full spectrum: narcissistic, altruistic, lazy, innovative, uninvolved, universalistic, distant, connected, egotistic, generous, entitled, idealists. Millennials have faced difficult challenges in the workforce due to a weak economy and soft job market. And often they’ve come into those encounters without experiencing hard knocks and … Continue reading

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Women in Conflict

With Mother’s Day on the horizon and as a Boomer Mom managing complicated family challenges, are you: Ready to give up acting responsible for everyone Fed up with trying to win approval Tired of feeling guilty or blaming yourself If so, create a Mother’s Day that lasts much longer than 24 hours. Rewrite your story, and make nurturing yourself the theme while using the following prompts: Silence your self-doubt. It’s not uncommon for insecurity to be the legacy of this stage of life. Confront your negative internal scripts and put them to … Continue reading

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