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Psychology Today

I believe…

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Have you ever thought, "I need to do [something]," and the moment you go into the other room to do it, you don't remember what it was you meant to do? I do this. All. The. Time. And of course, it seems to get worse over time and there are all kinds of jokes about Mommy brain and meno brain. I once read an explanation of why this happens: our brains to some degree mirror the rooms in our h...
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New (School) Year’s Resolutions?

It's Labor Day weekend, and we've made another circle around the sun: as hard as it is to believe, I have two sophomores now: one in high school, one in college. And the new school year still feels like the start of a new year with new clothes, new school supplies, new haircuts ... and often new goals. Many working mothers I know greet September with a joy that's on a par with the despair th...
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Velcro + Teflon | What’s new + good?

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Like many health coaches, I offer a free initial consultation—I call mine a YOURstory session (like HIStory, but we live in a world where "gendering" has become a frowned-upon practice, so....) In this session, in which we explore your health history from a holistic perspective, the first question I ask—"What's new and good?"—often causes some surprise, and it's really meant to put you in a mor...
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