Raising Resilient Kids, One Bite At A Time. With Jess Sherman, MEd, RHN
Busting through sugar cravings is one of the things I help people with a lot.
We know sugar is bad for us and our kids, but it's everywhere and it is addictive.
One of the reasons we crave sugar is because it truly makes us feel good... for a while. Sugar’s ability to stimulate feel good-hormones is in part what makes it so addictive.
As a strategy to curb sugar cravings, try to stimulate...
The question, what to do if your child gets a tick? is on everybody's mind around where I live this time of year.
This week on The Resilient Family series I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr Jesse Pierce about Lyme disease. Dr Jesse has been very helpful to my family as we've moved through our own lyme journey. She treats a lot of lyme and lyme co-infections and her knowledge...
“He would say things like, “I should go to jail, or I should die”. It was so hard to see him so little and having such hard time coping with life.”
This was Jenna’s experience with her son. In this interview Jenna tells the story of how her son transformed from an angry, sad, anxious, aggressive, grumpy three year old into a happy, thriving child who could go on...
The following is an excerpt from the forward of my book, Raising Resilience.
Ready for your copy? Scroll down to the end of this post.
What I experienced when I had my first child was all too common. After the initial bliss wore off, worry and fear shadowed my days. Feeling overwhelmed somehow became my new norm.
We were living in a quiet log cabin in the woods—a safe haven of...
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