Posts tagged anxiety of parenting
10 Tips for ReDefining this Holiday Season

You’re looking to redefine what the winter and holiday season mean to you. You’ve been challenging family patterns and re-igniting the joy in holidays and family connections, yet you’re needing some tips to help you re-create the joy for this year’s holidays in December and January.

Read on about tips to maximize joys and love in this holiday seasons, and how to work though griefs, sadness and pain.

Counseling for anxiety, depression, trauma and family issues in Cedarhurst, in Long Island, Nassau County, NY.

Schedule your first session with Anxiety expert Esther Goldstein LCSW today.

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Anxiety and Parenting & 6 Tips for Today

Struggling with parenting in a calm fashion? Need support + tips to help you access calm? Schedule your session with Esther Goldstein LCSW, Anxiety, Parenting and Trauma Expert. You can parent your family from a calmer place.
Learn more by clicking on 6 tips for today and booking your first counseling session in Long Island, NY

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10 Steps for Abandonment Healing

As an adult, do you notice you get easily triggered, frustrated, and feel insecure? It may be due to emotional neglect and abandonment wounds.

Read on to try these 10 steps to healing your abandonment wounds + start living life as it’s meant to be lived.

Anxiety, Trauma and Abandonment Therapy in Five Towns, Nassau and Long Island, NY

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Do I have attachment related anxiety? 10 Questions to ask yourself

Last blog discussed attachment and anxiety that you have that may be related to an attachment injury or attachment trauma. For more clarity, ask yourself the following questions to see if you may have attachment related anxiety:

Attachment related anxiety? 10 Questions:

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The Truth about Mommyhood!

Let's talk real right here. For just a minute.

All of us who have children, at one point in time thought that mommyhood is one of those stages of life that is just beautiful. Teaching little beings how to exist in the world, let them explore the wonders of this thing called life and giggle with them as they utter their first sound, wobble their first steps and taste their first foods.

Oh just bliss. 
Or is it?

I've yet to meet a mom who has said "Since becoming a mom, my life is bliss". Mommyhood is totally filled with a joy, an honor roll of taking on the task of the most precious being(s), and a never ending role of being a role model. 

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