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Watch Dr. Marti Erickson and Dr. Erin Erickson share timely insights and tips on parenting, child development, and contemporary family life.
Numerous studies show that many moms are feeling overworked, overcommitted, and overwhelmed. Moms are often quick to put the needs of their children and families ahead of their own, which has detrimental effects on their ability to find a healthy balance in life. For this
When people think of hypnosis, they may imagine the slow and rhythmic swaying of a pocket watch or recall a time when a stage hypnotist had participants barking like dogs or quacking like ducks. While the common representations of hypnosis that we see in literature,
We all experience stress — it’s a normal part of life, whether we are babies or adults. But when does stress become toxic for a child’s body and brain, posing a risk to learning and development? And what can parents do – both to prevent
The holidays are a time for family togetherness. But, sometimes family gatherings can come with challenging family dynamics. So, how can we create harmony at family holiday gatherings? Developmental psychologist and Mom Enough co-host, Dr. Marti Erickson, was on KARE 11 to discuss tips
We so often discuss the importance of compassion for others. But what about compassion for ourselves? Self-compassion is key to kindness and gratitude for others. So, how can we shift compassion inward and teach our children to do the same? Developmental psychologist and Mom
From the little lie to prevent hurt feelings, to the denial of wrongdoing to avoid punishment, to the silly whopper that seems to serve no particular purpose, nearly everyone lies at one time or another. And, children are no exception. So, what can we do