One of many over-the-top birthday parties.

Relentless Parenting

This past week, I read an article in the New York Times titled, “ The Relentlessness of Modern Parenting.” It describes how over the past couple generations, parents have greatly increased the demands they place on themselves when it comes to raising their kids. As a mother of three children, this rings very true. I remember growing up in the 80s, my mom would push me out the door to play outside in the yard and I’d find my way back before dinner. I…

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Instructor of Vedic Meditation and Founder of The Vedic Method and Meditation Without Borders. Also, mother to Scarlett, Delphine and Adrian.

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Instructor of Vedic Meditation and Founder of The Vedic Method and Meditation Without Borders. Also, mother to Scarlett, Delphine and Adrian.

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