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Because saying no to one thing is saying yes to another.

Does a toxic relationship have you feeling down in the dumps? If so, you're not alone. As a therapist who helps women manage career and…

Last Friday night I had a tough time. I was at a breathwork circle and we were asked where we wanted to release shame in…

Last week I was exhausted. My routine was off, and while I had fun (date nights, wellness events, and a random afternoon excursion), I was…

Tired of spending your precious Saturday afternoons at yet another toddler's birthday party? Can't understand how you got stuck organizing the company potluck again? Annoyed…

Last week, I had an illuminating conversation with one of my clients, Ken. A surgeon with a thriving practice in New York City, Ken has…

With endless work deadlines, social engagements, family responsibilities and the hope for some self-care, it can feel like we're in a constant battle with time.

Anyone with a 2-year old knows what the most powerful world in the Universe is: NO! Kids love to say "no," and for good reason.

Do you ever feel stuck in negativity? Or are you one of those happy-go-lucky types who sees the silver lining in every situation? If you're…

If you had asked me ten years ago whether I had good workplace boundaries, I would've looked up from my computer screen just long enough…

Understanding the meaning of healthy boundaries (and learning to maintain them in your life) is simple. But not so easy. For one, setting healthy boundaries…

If you're a driven, passionate person who wants to do great things, you probably have a tendency to overload yourself with endless meetings, appointments and…

What's up with boundaries lately? They seem to be and have been the major topic in conversation with my friends over the last six months.

Today, many households have "mini-democracies" where a child's voice or opinion is equal to those of his/her parents. In some families, the child's voice even…

We've all been victims of emotional vampires. They're the people who make us feel depressed, angry, defensive, or depleted after we've been with them. They're…