:: updated March 2017 :: It’s a sure sign of spring seeing bluebonnet patches pop up on local green spaces. In Fort Worth, we are located within “the Bluebonnet Triangle.” If you imagine the area of Houston, San Antonio, and DFW as the corners and add in Hill Country, this is where the majority of […]
A Fort Worth psychologist discusses how to talk to kids about school lockdown and school safety.
Couples, who have been trying to conceive, face a variety of obstacles along their journey. In couples affected by fertility issues, about one-third have male infertility, one-third have female infertility, and one-third have unexplained infertility. One of the main factors couples should consider when deciding to visit a specialist is age. If you are over […]
Infertility is all consuming. It is an unforgiving state of being. Once one chooses to pursue treatment it is a daily process. It can become overwhelming very quickly
If the day comes that you decide to have a child, I want to tell you what I think you should know about bringing a new little life into this world.
You might be a home-birth, medicine-free, labor under the stars kind of super woman, or a “hook me up with that sweet, sweet epidural” powerhouse. Whether you give birth in your bed, a bath, or in the hospital, you and your body are undergoing nothing less than the extraordinary.
There is something incredibly powerful about being surrounded by a group of friends and family, all working together towards one common goal. Sure, I was the one who was enduring hours and hours of back-to-back contractions, back labor, and sheer exhaustion, but my village stood in the gaps and filled in where I simply could […]
Delivering my third child in my own room was the most peaceful, empowering experience I’ve ever had. I moved when I wanted, ate or drank if I felt like it, and no one pressured me about anything.