Category Archives: Guest Posts

Split Personality

You should do some research about what the school offers https://www.essaysheaven.com well and the things that sets your choice apart from those of others.I just love this brave guest post from Jenny. We met online at #ppdchat (where she is a regular), and I got to hear her wonderful voice (the girl can sing!) through…

Susan’s Story

I am so honored to have Susan’s trust with this post. Susan  (  on twitter ) is a member of my   group, and her insights and sweetness always inspire me. She shared her lovely with us last year, and she bloggs at  – – – Of all the things I regret about my time with postpartum depression and…

Amy’s Anxiety tips.

Look, my friend Amy is visiting us today, with her story of anxiety, and what works for her to combat it.   Yes, Amy is someone who combats her anxiety, and it works for her. My work of Permission-Based Healing is all about moving away from a stance of fighting anxiety to applying Self-Kindness skills…

Climbing Out of the Pit of Pain

My gosh, Kristin ( ) is here with this inspiring tender guest post! I love this woman, and I am honored to have her at my .  Kristin is a stay-at-home mom, writer and social media marketer. She blogs at  .  She resides with her husband and one-year-old son in a university residence hall, where her…

Aubrey’s Hike

Look everyone, the lovely Aubrey (on twitter) is here today with this inspiring guest post. I love it so much! You might want a tissue for the good tears the end might bring up for you.  You can read more of Aubrey’s funny and sharp writing on her blog:   Nature does strange things to a…

Letting myself hate you let me love you

I am so very honored to have Hayley Lau here today. This guest post is very important to me. It is a shining example of Permission-Based Healing, though I don’t claim to say that Hayley was influenced by my work when she wrote it. In her courage, Hayley is one of the deepest writers I know. She…

Yuz takes off the mask

I am beyond thrilled to have my dear friend Yuz here today, all the way from Melbourne Australia. We met online through #ppdchat and fell in love with each other. We have so much in common, PPD and being Jewish are just the tip of the iceberg.  This post is about telling her story on her…

Long Live the Empress: Alexandra of Good Day Regular People

Look darlings, is here! I adore her, and her blog is one of the most comforting, nourishing, loving places in the whole wide internet. Case and point: on Valentine’s day most of the internet made me want to puke, ? Made me do something good that day.  And she is visiting us here, with her…

It’s February, Got Self Love? (words of wisdom from Jaya the Trust Coach)

My dear friend Jaya works with people on living life from a loving stance of unwavering trust. I worked with her a couple of years ago and she helped me with my relationship with my husband. What I learned from her helped me fight less: fewer fights with him, and more importantly, fewer fights with myself.  Jaya…

Sarah’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 7)

My In-Real-Life friend Sarah is here today . I Love this letter so much, that I put it up on the wall in my office. Sarah is not on twitter, and she doesn’t blog either. But boy, she can write! I hope she will start a blog soon, let’s encourage her in the comments. Are…

Category Archives: Guest Posts

Split Personality

You should do some research about what the school offers https://www.essaysheaven.com well and the things that sets your choice apart from those of others.I just love this brave guest post from Jenny. We met online at #ppdchat (where she is a regular), and I got to hear her wonderful voice (the girl can sing!) through…

Susan’s Story

I am so honored to have Susan’s trust with this post. Susan  (  on twitter ) is a member of my   group, and her insights and sweetness always inspire me. She shared her lovely with us last year, and she bloggs at  – – – Of all the things I regret about my time with postpartum depression and…

Amy’s Anxiety tips.

Look, my friend Amy is visiting us today, with her story of anxiety, and what works for her to combat it.   Yes, Amy is someone who combats her anxiety, and it works for her. My work of Permission-Based Healing is all about moving away from a stance of fighting anxiety to applying Self-Kindness skills…

Climbing Out of the Pit of Pain

My gosh, Kristin ( ) is here with this inspiring tender guest post! I love this woman, and I am honored to have her at my .  Kristin is a stay-at-home mom, writer and social media marketer. She blogs at  .  She resides with her husband and one-year-old son in a university residence hall, where her…

Aubrey’s Hike

Look everyone, the lovely Aubrey (on twitter) is here today with this inspiring guest post. I love it so much! You might want a tissue for the good tears the end might bring up for you.  You can read more of Aubrey’s funny and sharp writing on her blog:   Nature does strange things to a…

Letting myself hate you let me love you

I am so very honored to have Hayley Lau here today. This guest post is very important to me. It is a shining example of Permission-Based Healing, though I don’t claim to say that Hayley was influenced by my work when she wrote it. In her courage, Hayley is one of the deepest writers I know. She…

Yuz takes off the mask

I am beyond thrilled to have my dear friend Yuz here today, all the way from Melbourne Australia. We met online through #ppdchat and fell in love with each other. We have so much in common, PPD and being Jewish are just the tip of the iceberg.  This post is about telling her story on her…

Long Live the Empress: Alexandra of Good Day Regular People

Look darlings, is here! I adore her, and her blog is one of the most comforting, nourishing, loving places in the whole wide internet. Case and point: on Valentine’s day most of the internet made me want to puke, ? Made me do something good that day.  And she is visiting us here, with her…

It’s February, Got Self Love? (words of wisdom from Jaya the Trust Coach)

My dear friend Jaya works with people on living life from a loving stance of unwavering trust. I worked with her a couple of years ago and she helped me with my relationship with my husband. What I learned from her helped me fight less: fewer fights with him, and more importantly, fewer fights with myself.  Jaya…

Sarah’s Rainy Day Letter (Hope in an Envelope 7)

My In-Real-Life friend Sarah is here today . I Love this letter so much, that I put it up on the wall in my office. Sarah is not on twitter, and she doesn’t blog either. But boy, she can write! I hope she will start a blog soon, let’s encourage her in the comments. Are…