Being the Happiest and Healthiest Version of Ourselves: Can We Just Do It?
It has been a theme in my office lately, the frustration we can feel with recovery, well, really with ourselves. The frustration of falling off track with the choices of recovery. The sense of it never getting easier. The inaccurate inner critic telling us that we are
More Difficult Than I Thought
The messages portrayed in mainstream media, by celebrities and even our fertility clinics must change. But, we as a community, together, must also stop reinforcing and perpetuating these same messages.
She Rears Her Brave Heart
National Infertility Week has been more of a struggle for me (and my clients) than I expected. So of course, I wrote it out.
You Are Not Alone, Please Speak Your Way Out of the Darkness
To feel alone when surrounded by many is quite possibly the worst kind of lonely. There are millions of us who struggle to make our families.
Shifting the Definition of Success
I have always known Ever Upward was not about the royalty pay outs or the fame. But, society (and my own perfectionism) can really challenge this truth at times. I am thankful that through practicing my daily work in recovery,
The Night Before Birth
I cannot tell you how many times and in how many different ways I have been asked how I have prepared for the launch of my first book, Ever Upward.
Ever Upward Updates
Happy Easter and happy spring everyone! Always rising ever upward
Guest Post – Facing the Storm
In celebration of and to help build momentum for the April 7th bookstore launch of Ever Upward, I have been posting a guest post each week. These guest posts are written by my dear friends and biggest supporters of my work. I am