Panic

Anxiety can be a silent struggle and is too often misunderstood. As a parent, regardless of whether you struggle with anxiety or not, parenting a child with anxiety is a difficult challenge. Sometimes I think struggling with anxiety complicates my decisions on how to parent a child with anxiety even though I have empathy and... Continue Reading →

Stereotypes are Limiting

Stereotypes are an inescapable fact of life. They are going to exist because (at least I think) it’s in human nature to over simplify things so that they fit into a neat little box or category. Most stereotypes, if not all, are somewhat damaging. Each time I have a child I am again overwhelmed with... Continue Reading →

All The Lines

Sometimes with parenting it's hard to know where the lines are. It's hard to decide where you draw your lines, how moveable they are, and what warrants that movement. It's hard to know when a line can be blurred or when it needs to be jet black and sharp. When I'm dealing with putting kids... Continue Reading →

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