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Best of Our Blogs: May 15, 2018

Mother’s Day has come and gone. If you’re still grieving over the past holiday, it’s okay. Give yourself time to mourn the loss of your mother or the one you never had.

This week we’re explaining one of the root causes of challenging Mother’s Day holidays. We’re also looking at how to perceive our flaws differently, what you can do to get yourself out of the rut of repetitive relationship arguments and how to help your kids who struggle with attachment.

Why Parents of R.A.D. Children Always Look Like A**holes
(Childhood Behavioral Concerns) – If your child didn’t receive appropriate emotional attachment in his or her first few months, this is probably what you experience on a daily basis.

The Elephant In The Room On Mother’s Day: Childhood Emotional Neglect
(Childhood Emotional Neglect) – This explains why Mother’s Day is hard for you.

What’s Behind That Same Old Relationship Argument That Goes Nowhere
(Love Matters) – Stuck in the same argument? Ask yourself these questions to move beyond the broken record of your relationship.

Another Way to Look at Our Flaws and Ourselves
(Weightless) – It’s the flip side of flaws, a different way of looking at the things you judge most about yourself.

How to Get Your Kids Off Their Screens
(Mindful Parenting) – Summer’s almost here. Here are eight tips to help you help your kids minimize their screen time.

Best of Our Blogs: May 15, 2018

Brandi-Ann Uyemura, M.A.

Brandi-Ann Uyemura is a freelance writer specializing in self-help, spirituality, psychology and small business articles. She has a BA in English from University of Oregon and a MA in Counseling Psychology from Santa Clara University. She writes for various companies and publications and teaches stress management workshops. For more information, see her website

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Uyemura, B. (2018). Best of Our Blogs: May 15, 2018. Psych Central. Retrieved on September 30, 2020, from
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