I am the mother of a 5-year-old daughter who has been part of our family since the moment she was born. We officially adopted her four months later. In addition to becoming a protective, terrified, …Read More →
Posts By: Noelle Pomeroy
With “50 Shades of Grey” back in the news due to casting drama for the film adaptation, I am receiving more questions recently about the sex the characters have in the book.
Here are the two …Read More →
Growing up we’re taught the importance of treating others with kindness. However, as our youth morphs into adulthood, many of us forget this simple lesson and begin focusing on the acquisition of wealth, objects, and …Read More →
There are plenty of circumstances where hope is a good thing. Hope keeps us motivated, on task. As a therapist, I have seen hope cause heartache. There are even times when I …Read More →
As part of my work as I earn my PhD in Clinical Sexology, I am writing a dissertation about the sexual interactions women have during the 12-month period after having a baby. I am …Read More →
If you child has frequent health or emotional problems, a lack of sleep may be all or a significant part of the problem.
Every function in the body is affected by sleep. And for …Read More →
As I write this, Britain’s Duchess Catherine is in labor with the baby who will someday sit on the throne. If feedback on social media is any indication, many people are frustrated that this …Read More →
The June abduction and murder of an 8-year-old Jacksonville girl has many people holding their children a bit closer lately. It also has some people pointing fingers in blame. Police say the girl …Read More →
One of the most aggravating things I experience as a therapist is the very same issue that prevents so many people from seeking mental health services when they need them: stigma. While there are …Read More →
Melissa Ross, host of First Coast Connect on WJCT, was kind enough to have us on the show today to promote the Self-Esteem Camp for Girls. Here’s the audio:Read More →