Challenge yourself to grow

Last week was a first for me in my business and it got me thinking how we can grow by challenging ourselves. As I often say, we are comfort creatures. We easily fall into routines that maintain us in a high level of comfort. As we grow up, we like routines because they’re predictable. AndContinue reading “Challenge yourself to grow”

SPECIAL OFFER: REGISTER NOW!

FREE 5-Day Training: Master your anxious thoughts registration is open! Join me from November 16 to 20, at 1 pm ET (10 am PT). I’m so happy to share that you can take advantage of this free training now. And if you can’t join us, don’t worry, it’ll be available on my website later forContinue reading “SPECIAL OFFER: REGISTER NOW!”

Webinar Master your anxious thoughts – Video Replay

The webinar replay is ready! In this webinar I will give you tools for mastering the anxious thoughts. Why the thoughts? Well, the truth is that our anxiety can be created by external and internal factors. The external one are easy to identify: anything that might put us in danger in our future or makesContinue reading “Webinar Master your anxious thoughts – Video Replay”

Webinar: Master your anxious thoughts

I’m so happy to announce that next Monday, November 2, at 1 pm ET, I’m going live with a brand new webinar to help you master your anxious thoughts. I’ll also talk a little on how to apply the same techniques with your kids. Right after the webinar, you’ll have the chance to get myContinue reading “Webinar: Master your anxious thoughts”

Drop everything and go play, mom!

Play is essential for kids growing up to learn skills and socialize. Another important aspect of play is that it helps us learn to cope in different situations and teaches us to laugh about ourselves. How come as we grow older we forget to play? Or maybe we stop playing, thinking that it’s too sillyContinue reading “Drop everything and go play, mom!”

How to avoid making the same mistakes

This is a question that I always keep in mind since my divorce. My experience was that when I got separated I realized I had changed so much without even seeing it. Little by little as things happened -I enrolled for graduate school, had two beautiful babies, moved far from the city, started teaching andContinue reading “How to avoid making the same mistakes”

What not to say to an anxious kid

One of the things you can’t say to a kid (or anyone, really) having anxiety is: everything will be all right! That’s exactly what they don’t need to hear, or even worse try to find a way to fix it. At the time the person is feeling anxious, they can’t really calm down at will orContinue reading “What not to say to an anxious kid”

Create space for your kid’s feelings

Kids grow in spurts, I think all parents have noticed this. But do you know that they also make leaps emotionally as they grow up? Imagine the confusion they feel when they hit preteen years and later become teenagers. I know, we’ve all been there but it doesn’t mean we are experts, especially with others.Continue reading “Create space for your kid’s feelings”