Archive | June, 2015

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Depression and Motherhood

There is a lot of talk about “baby blues” and even post partum depression due to an upheaval in hormone levels after a woman gives birth. Not to mention, the shock of motherhood is a huge contributing factor. However, many times depression does not end when the baby starts to grow up. Many mothers suffer […]

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Podcast- An Overview of Children and Past Life Therapy with Christine Alisa

On the last Expressive Mom Show, Miriam Slozberg interviewed Christine Alisa and the topic of that show was quite metaphysical. The discussion was about children and previous lives, and memories they may be retaining. Christine is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Past Life Therapist and Shamanic Practitioner who has been in private practice for 25 […]

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Podcast- An Overview of Making Good Choices with Krishna Pendyala

On the latest Expressive Mom Show, Miriam Slozberg covered the topic of children making good choices in their lives. The guest was Krishna Pendyala, who is an unconventional life coach, workshop leader and social change agent who uses a playful approach to empower people make mindful choices in life. That was covered in the podcast. […]

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Desiree Wolfe Expressive Mom

Podcast- An Overview of Mompreneurship with Desiree Wolfe

On last episode of The Expressive Mom Show, the topic of mompreneurship was covered. Miriam Slozberg interviewed Desiree Wolfe, who is an extremely motivated entrepreneur in the marketing world. She has a knack for pairing up two people that need each other. Sort of like the matchmaker for professionals. She always has the resources to […]

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Five Tips for Parents of Kids with Special Needs to Stay Happy

Parenting is not an easy task. However, when children have special needs, that can create additional challenges. Parents who are raising children with special needs such as autism, ADHD, other developmental delays, or physical ailments are going to be extra stressed. They are going to be more prone to burn-out, depression, ill health and other […]

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