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Jenni Brennan is a psychotherapist, college professor, creator of Changing Perspectives, and co-host of The Changing Perspectives Podcast. Jenni is passionate about exploring the topics of parenting, relationships, grief, and mental health through her writing and podcast episodes. She lives with her husband, 2 teenage sons, 3 dogs, and 2 cats in Boston, Massachusetts.

To The Cycle Breakers Who Didn’t Get To Have A Normal Childhood

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To the cycle breakers who didn’t get to have a normal childhood,   I see you.   I see your daily pain as you move through the journey...

Parents – Even Though It Feels Lonely – We Are All Together In The...

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There are times in everyone’s lives when the bad stuff hits. Sometimes the bad stuff hits all at once. Sometimes the bad stuff hits gradually...

Can We All Just Be Real Right Now? Because Too Much Positivity Can Be...

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  Can I be real y’all?   Because I think we all need to be more real with each other.   If you’re going to post that perfect selfie,...

Everything is Too Much Right Now Yet Somehow Nothing is Enough.

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My life is a complete contradiction these days. I feel completely burnt out with work yet somehow also feel like I am not working enough. I...

This is The First Year My Kids Don’t Believe In Santa, And It’s Still...

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The day my oldest son learned the truth about Santa, everything changed. The Tooth Fairy was the first to fall that day and by...

Somehow I’m Raising That Kid That Doesn’t Care What People Think, And I Want...

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The first parent-teacher conferences of the year happened this week and man did I get schooled. As a mother of a 15-year-old and a 12-year-old,...

The Weight Of The Past Six Months Caught Up With Me And I Lost...

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We all have mornings like I had today — mornings where everything feels rushed and wrong and the choices you make are just the wrong ones. The guilt from those wrong choices is heavy and thick and can stick with us long after the bad moments have passed.