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Danielle Sherman-Lazar

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Dani Sherman-Lazar is a Mental Health Advocate and mother to three daughters. Follow her on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/StrivingToBeFULLeveryday/), Instagram (@livingfullaftered), and her Blog (https://www.livingfull.me/). Her book Living FULL: Winning My Battle with Eating Disorders is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2O4mJId

Why Moms Need Time to Heal From the Pandemic

Headlines have rung since the beginning of the pandemic: Moms Are Not Okay. And we’re ALL still picking up the pieces. We have the remnants of...

Depression And Anxiety Are Real And You Can See Them If You Look Close...

Depression and anxiety are real.   They aren't physical, but you can see them if you look close enough.   Depression is the dirty dishes left in the...

It’s OK To Be the Mom That Craves Quiet At The End Of The...

There are moms out there who love spending the day with our kids, but at the same time, all the noise and interactions drain our...

Moms Don’t Wake Up Angry – This Is Why Moms Yell

Why do moms yell? Because we’re overwhelmed. Because no one’s listening. Because our kids are about to get hurt. “Don’t put your hand in there!” Because the mess...

I Won’t Let Mom Guilt Dictate My Motherhood

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I won’t let mom guilt dictate my motherhood. Every mom feels guilt at times. It’s inescapable. This guilt comes from expectations and the belief that...
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Everyone’s a Bad Friend Right Now — and That’s OK

You can't be mad. Everyone's a bad friend right now. A family member said this to me recently, and it really resonated. Let's backtrack a bit:...

Mama – What Did You Accomplish All Day? Let Me Tell You.

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“What did you accomplish all day, mama?” Because the house looked like the same mess it was this morning. There were still piles of clothes...

Here’s Why I’m Teaching My Kids Toys Are Not Gendered

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"These aisles are for girls," my eldest daughter said in an upbeat voice, pointing toward a section of aisles filled with dolls, princesses, and...

Why I’m Happy To Raise Cry Babies

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My older daughter met twins her age at the park. The three little girls sprinted to the roundabout and started spinning around. My three-year-old followed,...

We Don’t Need To Keep Our Mental Illness A Secret From Our Kids

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Parents, We don’t need to keep our mental health struggles a secret. In fact, we should be talking to our children about them. Because we need to...