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Attachment Development with Your Child (Under 3)

Your little one needs you. Your young child is listening to you, looking at you, communicating with you in significant ways. You want him to know he is seen, heard, and safe. You want your child to be securely attached to you. During the infancy and toddler period, and up to the age of 3, your child’s foundational level of attachment [...]

Baby’s Fine but the Birth Wasn’t: How to Move Past the Experience

You aren’t alone if you look back and remember the birth of your child with a measure of grief coupled with joy. Regret may overshadow a sense of satisfaction. Of course, you deeply love your child. And you couldn't be more grateful that your child is here with you. Giving birth just wasn’t what you hoped it would be. [...]

By | 2017-08-23T16:20:57+00:00 October 27th, 2015|Birth Trauma|0 Comments

Dear John/Dear Jane: How to Cope with Grief and Loss and Abandonment

No one loves in the hope of one day being pushed away forgotten, betrayed, or rejected. Yet when the “talk” is requested, the Dear John or Dear Jane letter arrives, or the bags are packed, you may find yourself wrestling with the loss. Determining how to cope with grief is tough, even when you can [...]

By | 2017-08-23T16:20:57+00:00 October 12th, 2015|Adult Relationships, Grief|0 Comments