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Okay…I know that seems contradictory based on the last blog, but stay with me. Sometimes comparison just is what it is…and that’s unrealistic. If your negative comparison is rooted in limiting beliefs about yourself, then that mindset can be altered, and comparison CAN work in your favor (the last blog is all about this). But […]

Comparing Yourself to Others: 2 Reasons to Just Let It Go

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As a mom and a female entrepreneur, I find myself comparing my life to others all.the.time. These days, scrolling through social media watching others live their best lives makes falling into the comparison trap easier than it ever was before, especially for teens who are just learning how to build-up their self-worth. Most self-help books […]

Comparing Yourself To Others: How To Make Comparison Syndrome Work in Your Favor

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Alright, let’s get to the good stuff!  In my last blog, I shared 8 questions that have helped me identify anxiety-driven behavior in myself and my teen daughters. I hope that it sparked a meaningful conversation between you and YOUR daughter, and maybe you’re just now realizing that she’s struggling with anxiety. In part 2 […]

Living With Anxiety Part 2: 5 Practices That Will Help Your Daughter Manage Anxiety

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Nearly 1 in 3 teenagers (ages 13 to 18) will experience an anxiety disorder* at some point in their adolescent years.  Not might….will.  Those are some alarming statistics if you ask me. So why is anxiety on the rise in teens? Here is an article that spells it all out. You see…our brains are hardwired […]

Living with Anxiety Part 1: How to tell if your daughter is struggling with anxiety

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Allowance: to give, or not to give? That is the question. There are a lot of opinions out there around how to give allowance, when to give allowance, and what allowance should be given for. I choose to regularly give my kids an allowance because it can be an important tool to help them learn […]

3 Mistakes You Might Be Making When You Give Your Kids Allowance

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If you are like pretty much every other person in the world right now, you’ve probably made some goals for 2020. Goal-setting can have many names – resolutions, intentions, rhythms, mantras, etc. Whatever you choose to call them……are you actually ACHIEVING those goals? I’d be willing to bet that many of you (if not most) […]

5 simple actions that will turn your 2020 goals into a reality

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