How To Raise Resilient Kids, One Bite At A Time.
With Jess Sherman, MEd, RHN 

“Barn’s burnt down - now I can see the moon”

These simple words written by Poet Mizuta Masahide in 17th century Japan are now swimming in my head and helping me find new clarity about what's going on with our kids so we can help them.

“Barn’s burnt down, now I can see the moon”. Here’s where those words take me....

Parents find me because their kids are struggling and they've had enough....

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Top Tips To Cut Sugar Cravings

Busting through sugar cravings is a big issue for families!

Sometimes a sugar craving looks like tantrums when candy is withheld, sometimes it looks like clandestine visits to the sugar bowl or maple syrup jug, sometimes it looks like a picky eater who will only eat carbohydrates like bread and pasta.

We know sugar causes all kinds of health problems and that we eat too much of it. But...

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What To Do If Your Child Gets A Tick (video interview)

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 Pierce 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...

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The Resilient Family: Stories of Hope. Jenna's Journey

“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...

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