Everyone knows that there is no intimacy without conflict; unless of course, you agree never to disagree. Then, you don’t have a healthy relationship; you have codependency. In healthy relationships, neither party subjugates their feelings to please the other. Conflicts need to be externalized and resolved.
Angel to Remember She was breathtakingly beautiful, brilliant and bewitching! She was passionate, powerful and precocious. Her power to heal transcended anyone’s imagination.
Being a 21st Century Women Luncheon
I am excited to share some great news and a sneak peak with all my readers. One of the reasons you haven’t heard from me for a while is because I’ve been busy launching my career as a professional speaker. My most recent presentation at Barry University where I spoke to the students and […]
Anyone interested in becoming a member of my new process group that will begin in October, please contact me at (954) 568-1004. The group will run for 6 months, two hours each session and the fee is $85.00 per week. It will be held in the Hallandale office. Apply only if you can commit […]
Not everyone can win an Olympic gold medal, however, everyone has a gold medal inside of them. We are all champions. We are all winners, even when we sometimes lose. The gold can be found inside us if we take a deep look and follow our bliss. Olympic gold medalists are athletes who have […]
I never considered writing a political blog. It’s not my forte, but as a practicing psychotherapist, I felt compelled to post something on the psychodynamics and pathological behavior of the Republican nominee for president, Donald J Trump. As I see it, we are in serious trouble if he becomes our next president. In my opinion, […]
Hey everyone! Just a brief note to let you know that I am launching my campaign this week to introduce myself as an inspirational keynote speaker. I am ready to speak and I will be pitching my book, WHY DID SHE JUMP? My Daughter’s Battle with Bipolar Disorder along with my brand: Life After Loss: […]
Joan E. Childs recently spoke at our meeting of The Compassionate Friends, an organization that offers support to bereaved parents, grandparents, and siblings. As a fellow bereaved parent, I could identify with her story of the tragic loss of her daughter. She was warm and caring. She explained how we will continue to miss […]