I recently sat down with Blogger Jennifer Noto of Your First Lifestyle Blog to talk about my journey as a therapist, what matters to me and my hopes for the future. Check it out…
This is a recent chat I did with a few other ladies, based on a episode the fabulous show “This is Us”. We talked all things about the dynamics of the relationship, including parenting styles, trauma and how this impacts you as a child and then will manifest in your adult life. Hope you enjoy it, as much as I loved chatting.
On January 20th I hosted a Mother & Daughter Workshop “Glowup” at the luxurious Mayton Inn in Downtown, Cary, NC. This Workshop was all about improving communication while having fun. It was full of laughs and AhHa moments for Moms & Daughters which was the goal. See, I truly believe that each Mother/Daughter relationship is unique and special in its on way and sometimes no matter how difficult it may seem, there’s good stuff there and good stuff to uncover. Many of the Moms walked away with a little more information on how their parenting style might be impacting their relationship and some small changes that they can make to improve. Here are some of the responses I received….
-I found the Workshop to be very helpful, despite the fact that my daughter was a little younger than the other girls for these reasons.
-The relaxed atmosphere encouraged organic conversation… A lot of questions that came up could be addressed by you and the other moms since there was limited scripted time..
-The games and food encouraged the girls to relax, even the ones that clearly didn’t want to be there
-I had a lot of conversations with my daughter and got a glimpse of what things looked like from her eyes that I wouldn’t have had if I hadn’t attended..
The feedback was so amazing, I’m thinking about offering it again so stay tuned if you missed it.
On the morning of April 13, I received an email informing me that I was being honored as one of Cary Magazines 2018 Movers & Shakers of the year. This award is given to those in business who are making a mark. I was beyond honered to be nomintated and featured in the June/July issue that can be picked up at several locations around Western Wake.