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Why I’m Glad I Shattered my iPhone Screen

  “To err is human, to forgive, divine.” ―Alexander Pope, An Essay on Criticism I finally made the decision to get the iPhone 6 plus. The truth is, I vacillated on it because I feared it would be too big and awkward. Once I got it, I was pretty excited and fell...

Follow Your Joy, Teens Wreaking Havoc & What Great Parents Do

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT “Follow your bliss and don’t be afraid, and doors will open where you didn’t know they were going to be.” ~Joseph Campbell “People who follow their joy experience the fullness of their being,” says Robert Holden. How do we follow our joy? There is...

Raising Kids Who Are Good, Kind People Still Matters

Responsibility and kindness are important to many parents In a survey done by Pew Research in the Fall of 2014, it came out that the quality that most parents want to teach their children is responsibility. In groups that identify as consistently liberal, coming in...

Smartphones: the Good, the Bad, & the Sexty

Social media has given us this idea that we should all have a posse of friends when in reality, if we have one or two really good friends, we are lucky.” ~ Brene Brown My oldest son is 12 and I am noticing him keeping his phone right by his side, trying to look at it...

What Great Parents Do Well

Donald Miller, author of the new book Scary Close: Dropping the Act and Finding True Intimacy, reports that healthy and high-functioning people often have parents who do not hide their flaws, especially from their own children. “Healthy people tend to come from...

15 Parents Share their Thoughts about Technology and Our Kids

This week, at our local public middle school, we hosted a Principal’s Coffee chat where technology was the topic. In small groups, we brainstormed about the upsides to technology and the things we wonder (and worry) about…the questions that are swirling in our brains....

It’s Too Late, You Snapped at Your Kid. Now What?

So you snapped. Maybe you overreacted or said something you wished you didn’t say. Yes, it’s true, it’s the human condition – we are imperfect. (I like to say that we are perfectly imperfect) It doesn’t mean we just resign ourselves to reactive behaviors. We should do...

Use Common Sense with Digital Media

Last night I went to an event where the founder of Common Sense Media, Jim Steyer, spoke. It was interesting on many levels so I wanted to share what I learned 🙂 About Common Sense Media Do you use their website for your family? Quite honestly it’s been our go-to...

13 Tips to Keep Relationships Simpler and Better

Relationships are complex – we take two or more people with different personalities, belief systems, communication styles, ways of thinking, senses of humor and more and we stick them together and expect them to form connections and relate to one another....

Should We Let Our Kids Go To College Next Year (During Coronavirus Times)?

Do you have kids going to college next year? Here's a powerful conversation I had with Henry Yampolsky about whether we should send our rising Freshmen off to college in the fall under the current circumstances. Henry is the Assistant Director for Education, Outreach,...

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To change the world, your family, your work, your relationships… change yourself first.

Life’s longing for your voice, your opinions, your unique perspective, and your gifts – without you showing up as you, we’re all missing out.

You Matter.

I want you to get it deep in your soul that:

  • You aren’t as alone as you feel
  • You being you and you healing yourself is radical activism
  • Raising a child is the most sacred work you can do and LITERALLY is creating the future of humanity
  • Publicly living the life you’re meant to live rather than the life that you feel like you’re “supposed to be living” is an act of bravery and the path to true satisfaction and joy
  • Transformation happens when we take the tiny courageous steps on an intentional path rather than living our lives on our ego’s autopilot

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I believe that doing our inner healing work is the ultimate form of activism.

Sometimes living the life we’re meant to live is the exact opposite of what we’re told to do – it’s going against the grain – and it’s unique to us.

I want everyone to realize that they’re loved for who they are and not what they do.

Underneath the facade of having it all together, I found the real me: where I discovered my gifts, my voice, and my truth.

I finally stopped trying to be everything to everyone and decided to simply be me.

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Meet Deb

I’m a certified health, life and parent coach. I’ve been working with moms for 8+ years helping them navigate their marriages, parenting, transitions, new businesses and much more. I’ve owned my own coaching and consulting business since 2002.

For over 10 years I worked full time as a technology and business consultant or director of IT strategy. For the following 18 years, I’ve been a consultant working on discrete projects.  I’m a seasoned project manager and strategic planner working on all sized projects and initiatives for solo business owners to large corporations.

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The Parenting 3.0 Show Podcast

All parents, and kids, want and need to feel close and connected. And for good reason – securely attached kids are more likely to develop healthy self-esteem, show greater resilience and achieve greater emotional regulation. Parenting 3.0 is an integrated parenting framework designed to support you to be the most competent, effective parent you can be. It offers a new parenting story that will awaken and empower your natural parenting instincts so you can confidently navigate the inevitable challenges that arise in raising children.

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This is a place for those of us who know that the path to heal this planet and the people is from the inside out – starting with us, extending out to our family and then to the world. Together, we’ll push our edges and build the fortitude to be leaders in this wild and uncertain world (and not be consumed by it). The most radical statement we can make right now is to turn inward and to shine the light on this path for others. We’ve been taught a story of separateness and co-dependence and together we’re re-writing the story to be one of interdependence and oneness. And by doing so, we’ll heal our hearts, families, relationships and the planet. We are free thinkers and lighthouses – curious, seeking truth, busting fear-based belief systems, and trailblazing together – finding a new way forward.

“Deb’s is by far the best all-around advice I’ve ever received.”

I’ve had a lot of counseling, personal coaching, and nutritional consulting in my life and Deb’s is by far the best all-round advice I’ve ever received. Deb touches on all these aspects plus she adds the spiritual component so I find it helpful on so many levels. I eagerly await my next session.

Jen Lanciault, Certified Yoga Instructor

“She has helped me to transform my life. I am more happy and at peace.”

I’ve only been seeing Deb for a few months now, but she has really helped to transform my life. I was in a slump personally and professionally, and I am now more motivated in my business and more happy and at peace in my personal life. Deb has helped me focus on what’s important and to accept what is. Every time I leave her office, I feel lighter and content. She has such a warm and caring way in her approach, and I would highly recommend her.

Lynn Werner

www.lynnina.com

“Deb can really help you discover and create what you want most in your life.”

I felt very ‘at ease’ to work with Deb – she is so genuine and authentic and anyone would feel so welcome around her. During our work together, I moved forward in my business start up. With Deb’s guidance I hired a website designer and tapped into many resources that Deb referred me to to help me set a firm foundation to start my business. I truly enjoyed Deb’s abundance of wisdom, resources and, most of all, her compassion. We used a tool called Basecamp that was really helpful – I could look back at what we discussed in our session if I forgot and it kept me on track towards my goals. I would absolutely recommend Deb to my mom friends who are needing some support, women entrepreneurs starting a business or anyone who just wanted a new career and was not sure where to start. Deb can really help you discover and create what you want most in your life!

Heather Heselton

http://www.heatherheselton.com

“I definitely feel that my stress level has declined considerably from where it was a year ago…I am kinder to myself and making more time for myself.”

Deb’s style is very gentle, supportive and warm. She is terrific at breaking the challenges down into bite-size pieces and offering suggestions to overcome challenges. Many times making change feels so overwhelming that many of us just back away from making the change. Instead, she has an ability to help the person with baby steps that make challenges seems manageable. I feel I have grown in my ability to manage a number of factors in my life. I definitely feel that my stress level has declined considerably from where it was a year ago and I believe the work I have done with Deb has greatly contributed toward that. I have noticed that I am “kinder” to myself and making more time for myself. I would definitely say that I feel more peaceful generally.

A Working Mom of Two Tween Boys

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To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.

– Ralph Waldo Emerson

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