Better Families = Better Business

When I started my company I never thought I’d be doing business coaching… after all, I had been out of the work force for 15 years and I knew nothing of the recent practices of business. However, as I built my family coaching practice, business owners approached me, curious to find out what I was…

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What is Your Parenting Personality Type?

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Silly Remarks Moms Make (And Reasons to Stop Saying Them)

There are remarks moms make to release some of the weary feelings felt from the day to day of keeping the house and family together. Many of these remarks are meant to be fun and not much thought is given to them… However, some of those remarks are extremely harmful to your present and future…

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Blaming Others for Our Bad Attitude

Our family recently went to see the movie, Peter Rabbit. A comical and light movie, Peter Rabbit was superficially entertaining, yet it had a deeper lesson that wasn’t so obvious and I’d like to share it with you… Peter Rabbit and his family create all kind of messes for the old and the new Mr.…

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3 Important Lessons to Help Your Family Deal with Loss

The last two weeks have been a reminder of how fragile our life can be. As many of you know, we lost a dear young friend in a tragic car accident two weeks ago. Our young family friend- Emily Martinez, passed away Monday, March 6th at 1am when her vehicle hit a tree and went…

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3 Characteristics of Healthy Parental Authority

I was recently talking with a mom whose goal is to be a healthy authority figure. We started exploring the idea of authority and what it means to her as a parent. During our coaching session, I realized that although authority is a common word in our society, the definition is not very clear for…

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What’s the Difference Between Conditional and Unconditional Love?

The topic of conditional and unconditional love is addressed with almost every client I work with.  Although some people would say “If it’s conditional, then it’s not really love,”  it is just a way of speaking. We use “conditional” as a framework of what we are speaking about.   When I address the topic of…

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The Stuck Mother- 3 Reasons She Stays There

The world changes and grows, but life for the “stuck” mother doesn’t… The house is an unequivocal chaos of dirty laundry, shoes, toys and knick knacks… day after day. The children raise their high pitched voices even to the point of whining and manipulating, so she can come to their rescue… hour after hour. Her…

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My Trembling Experience Raising Adult Children

Having adult children has posed a new challenge in that I REALLY CAN’T CONTROL THEM. Just when I thought I wasn’t controlling, I kept seeing my tendencies to want to “help” my adult children make decisions that appeared successful in my eyes. Simple things like going to college, getting a successful career, having good habits,…

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Why Teaching Business Skills to Your Children Pays Off

I never imagined that teaching business skills to my children would pay off… What started as simple curiosity and a desire to make money from an adorable 7 year old, turned into a lifetime of passion and a practical way for him to make a living. Today, Alexis is 18 and he is not afraid…

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