Archive Month: June 2018

Having Fun with Your Kids

Play is important to children. It is quite literally a child’s job to play, and here is why. Children use play to express feelings, make sense of their surroundings, connect with their loved ones, release difficult emotions, and process situations that occur. In fact, one piece of advice I often offer to clients with young […]

Comparing Guilt and Shame

What is the difference between guilt and shame? (hint: you’ll find this in Brene Brown’s TED talk) In your experience, cite one example from your childhood where you felt guilty and one example from your childhood where you experienced shame/you felt ashamed. Write a blog post about one of your experiences as a parent with […]