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Dani Sherman-Lazar is an eating disorder advocate, Vice President of a transportation company, and a mother to two daughters. Follow her on her blog Living a Full Life After ED (https://livingafulllifeaftered.com/) and like it on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/StrivingToBeFULLeveryday/). Her book Living FULL: Winning My Battle With Eating Disorder is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2O4mJId

I’m Tired. So If I’m Going To Do It All, I’ll Do It In...

Today I’m owning my wear and tear. You heard me right. And you’re probably thinking what in the name of all that is good...

Parenting a Strong-willed Child Is Incredibly Hard But Incredibly Worth It

If you have a strong-willed child, you know it. This trait they have comes with the ability to fearlessly be who they are. They...

It’s Okay To Cry In front Of Our Children

This afternoon I witnessed my 18-month-old daughter get barreled into by a three-year-old boy at full force. Her little legs were lifted off the...

Five Pregnancy Myths That Are Hilariously Untrue

I have been asked some questions about this pregnancy (my third) that have made me actually laugh out loud. When you have two kids...

Why My Husband And I Won’t Argue In Front Of Our Kids Anymore

“Don’t talk like that mommy and daddy,” my three-year-old said. I was taken aback. We were just bickering a little bit – the usual husband...

Why Choosing Formula Makes Me The Best Mom

Studies say breast is best. It’s hard to argue with that. Breastfed babies have fewer health problems. I have even read studies that breastmilk can...

The Anxiety That Comes With Motherhood Is The Hardest Part

One of the hardest parts about motherhood is the anxiety. The anxiety to make sure everything is going to be okay. The anxiety when your daughter...

Six Reasons I Was Always Meant To Be A Girl Mom

I have never been a girly girl. I am not into the color pink, design, or dressing up. I never wear makeup and haven’t...

The Potty Training Survival Guide For A First Time Mom

“I have to go poopy!" My almost-three-year-old announces as she gives me the "poopy look," that serious face that means I am going to...

Having A Strong Willed Child Is A Gift, Not A Curse

And with an eye-roll, my daughter turned away. She is two, and she can roll her eyes in a complete circle like a hamster wheel. “You’re...

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