Pregnancy and childbirth exact an enormous toll on a woman’s body. It is transforming and beautiful, but when a mother does not get the physical and emotional support she needs, the effects can be devastating. I am a new mother, three times over. Each time after I have given birth, I have benefited enormously from physical therapy afterwards. I could not stand … [Read more...] about 4 Reasons New Moms Need Physical Therapy
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So Your Child Needs Speech Therapy…Now What?!
Some parents know instinctively that their child needs speech therapy- maybe it’s the way strangers cannot understand him or the way he struggles to get his “words out”. Other parents are encouraged by their child’s teacher to have their little one evaluated. So…what do you do once your child has been evaluated and speech therapy is recommended? 1. Identify Your … [Read more...] about So Your Child Needs Speech Therapy…Now What?!
Speech Therapy Exercises for Kids
Many children experience challenges as they work to acquire language. If your child seems to be struggling with the basics or language, or if he has a diagnosed speech disorder, speech therapy exercises may help bridge the gap between your struggling child and his same age peers. By considering the specific problems that your child is experiencing and selecting a method to … [Read more...] about Speech Therapy Exercises for Kids
Five Things I learned in Therapy That Could Save Your Relationship
I am by no means an expert on relationships. But I will say, I have been in therapy numerous times for various different things -- a failed relationship, an emotional breakdown or just for career help to get me back on track. It seems that in relationships, unless you've really ironed out your stuff, they will pop up no matter who you are with. So best thing, in my opinion, is … [Read more...] about Five Things I learned in Therapy That Could Save Your Relationship
The WFHWK Life: The Down and Dirty of Working Mom Survival
I started a new job in February. Correction: I started TWO new jobs in February. The first one was a foot in the door. It didn’t pay enough to cover my bills, so I took the second job to supplement. Anyone can tell you that two jobs are more than enough for a single human to handle. I also run Elle Jay at Home, a blog about comfort food for moms. But my hours shifted to 7 am … [Read more...] about The WFHWK Life: The Down and Dirty of Working Mom Survival