The way that you argue is often modeled on the way that your parents argued when you were young and this can often be a pattern that we carry with us through time. I want to teach you a method
Mom.me sat down for an interview with expert on happiness, Dr Sophie Keller. Keller is a British transplant who now lives in Santa Monica with her husband and 4-year-old son Judah. Dr Keller decided to become a happiness expert after
Sometimes, the list of things we’re supposed to be doing in order to be happy just feels like another chore. And that’s on top of the chores we already have to do. Instead of thinking of how to be happy
It is never too late to start something new, whether you’re 75 and want to take up the piano, 55 and are beginning a new profession or 27 and think that you should know it all by now. Being a
I don’t know why, but ever since I was young I was always concerned that in my old age I would have regrets and, as a result of this fear, I don’t like to waste time at all. Fear may
Graduating is about change and moving on, and in the same breath it can be frightening, as well as exciting. Being frightened and excited often have the same physical symptoms, heart racing, shortness of breath, sweaty palms etc. The only
The first few months of being a first time Dad can be very stressful and it may take up to a year to feel like you have got in to a rhythm that works well for your new expanded family.
Making the decision to have a baby is not an easy one and one that is not to be taken lightly. Caring for a new soul takes a lot of delicate handling and many of us wonder if we will