Dr. Elaine Ducharme
Many parents, especially mom’s seem to judge their parenting skills on how well their children eat. This often leads to children becoming very picky eaters.
I have spent well over 30 years specializing in the treatment of trauma and abuse. I have worked with both victims and perpetrators of physical and sexual assaults and domestic violence. And yet, it is […]
Since 2007, the American Psychological Association has commissioned an annual nationwide survey as part of its Mind/Body Health campaign to examine the state of stress across the country and understand its impact.
Dr Elaine Ducharme’s “Therapy Thursday” February visit with Allan Mike and Mary was about Keeping Love Strong. Listen to her podcast of her chat on demand below.
I should have known better. I planned no trips to a warm climate. And so, I found myself shoveling 23 inches of snow on my back porch last week-end. I needed to make a path to the grill.
What is a parent to do? You think you have read up on everything to do to be a good parent. And then the rules change.
Most parents have known that a good routine helps kids settle down at night. But today’s parents seem to have more difficulty getting through this nightly ritual.
Dr Elaine Ducharme’s “Therapy Thursday” January visit with Allan Mike and Mary was about Will Power.
For all the good intentions, only a tiny fraction of us keep our resolutions. That can certainly feel disheartening. On the other hand, we will never get anywhere if we don’t set some goals for ourselves.
I often listen to the song by Tim McGraw, Live Like You Were Dying. The lyrics are a reminder to me that I want to value each day and really be present in all that I do.