Join Our Brain Warrior Tribe!
FREE ... Instant Gift, Health Tips and Recipes!
Plus you'll get free support for your journey of healing through my weekly newsletter.
PARENTING IS A NON-STOP BALANCING ACT
You'll need optimism, firmness, time-management, patience, love, and thoughtfulness. The goal is to raise happy, healthy, respectful and responsible adults. Make time to be present in your parenting. Your child will make mistakes (and so will you). Look at these as an opportunity to hold your child accountable for the natural consequences of life while offering the support they need.
TANA'S PARENTING BLOGS
TANA'S PARENTING VIDEOS
TANA'S PARENTING BLOGS
Life is busy! It can be challenging to carve out time for the family to sit together for dinner. No one understands this more than we do. However, we make a point of doing this whenever we are home because we know it is a critical time for family bonding. We literally make it an…Read More
Are you trying to conceive but not having much luck? I’ve heard from so many women who are struggling to get pregnant. I usually tell them it’s a good idea to start with a visit to your gynecologist for a full workup to check your hormone levels and any other medical issues that could be…Read More
Now that school’s back in session, it’s more important than ever to talk to your kids about bullying. We all understand the devastating effects being bullied can have on a teen, but did you know that just witnessing minor insults and threats can also increase the risk for drug use, social anxiety, and symptoms of…Read More
Back by popular demand, award winning child psychiatrist Dr. Arsalan Darmal walks us through the development of your adolescent’s brain. Not many of us are aware that teen brains prune themselves of pathways not being used. What are the long term consequences of this? What part do hormones play? Want to speak to someone…Read More
Help People Change! Connect Emotionally & Lower Resistance – with my Addiction & Change Specialist Pt.3
Do you ever feel burned out while helping someone change a difficult behavior or habit? It’s a hard road to tread but if you know the phases of motivation, and learn how to help identify obstacles, change is possible. Want to speak to someone about this? Please call one of my caring team members…Read More