Publications

UpJourney

“How to Deal with My Ex-Husband’s Narcissistic Wife? The Phenomena of The Parent Alienation Syndrome” Sept. 2, 2020 Read

“Will a Narcissist Come Back After No Contact?” August 12, 2020, Read

“Signs of Over-Indulgent Parents: Consequences and Dangers for the Growing Child,” August 5, 2020 Read

“9 Great Books for Busy Parents,” July 16, 2020 Read

“Importance of Socialization in Schools for the Introverted and Extroverted Child,” July 20, 2020 Read

“Things Narcissists Say To Get You Back,” July 14, 2020 Read

“How Does Narcissism Affect Relationships?” June 22, 2020  Read

“Will a Narcissist Ever Find True Love?” June 5, 2020 Read

“How a Narcissist Affects a Child” May 21, 2020 Read

“Narcissist versus Sociopath versus Psychopath” May 20, 2020, Read

“How to Talk to a Narcissist by Six Experts,”  Sept. 12, 2019  Read

“How to Stop Being a Narcissist, According to 11 Experts,”  Oct. 5, 2019 Read

“Twenty-Five Signs You are in a Narcissistic Relationship According to 9 Experts,”  Nov. 10, 2019 Read

“25 plus Signs You Are in a Narcissistic Relationship.” UpJourney Magazine, Nov. 19, 2019 Read

“How Do You Know if a Narcissist is Finished with You?”, UpJourney Website, January 14, 2020 Read

Mind Body Green

“Narcissism Can Arise as Early as Three Years Old = Here’s How Not to Raise One” March 30, 2020 Read

“How Do You Talk to a Narcissist?” Feb. 7, 2020 Read

“Can Infatuation Transform into a Lasting Relationship?” Feb.12,2020 Read

“How to Have Conversations with Your Adult (Kids) About the Pandemic”  April 5, 2020, Read

Helping Families Be Happy Newsletter

“How to Help Your Kids Talk About the Pandemic” May 15, 2020

“Education at Home When Schools are Closed” May 15, 2020

Working Mother

“5 Fast Ways to Subdue Your Child’s Temper Tantrum: 2018 Read

Pittsburgh Parent

“The Exhausted Child” 2016 Read

“Anxiety in Children and Teens” 2018, Read

Bay State Parent Magazine (Massachusetts)

“Is Your Child Exhausted?” 2017 Read

Active Family Magazine (San Francisco)

“When Mothers Try to Fulfill Expectations of Other Mothers” March 2016 Read

“20 Ways How Not to Talk to Your Teenage Daughter – Then How to Fix Things” May 2016 Read

“Your Spouse or Your Children – Is One a Priority? August 2016

Working Mother

“Five Steps to Get a Willful Child to Follow Your Rules without Protest”  Working Mother, Oct. 2018, Read

“5 Ways to Subdue Your Child’s Worst Temper Tantrums” by Laurie Hollman, Working Mother, July 25, 2018 Read

Motherhood Moment

“Parenting Pointers: Parenting Tips to Subdue Your Child’s Temper Tantrums” by Laurie Hollman, Motherhood Moment, August, 2018 Read

“The Busy Parents Guides by Laurie Hollman Review,” Cassandra M’s Place, August, 2018, Read

BuyBooksPro.com

“Book Review – The Busy Parent’s Guide to Managing Anger in Children and Teens: The Parental Intelligence Way by Laurie Hollman,” BuyBooksPro.Com, August, 2018, Read

Newsday’s Parents & Children Magazine (New York)
Age-by-Age Advice”    “School Age 6-10”

“Valentine’s Day Emotions” Feb. 2008

“Supporting Their Conscience” Mar. 2008

“What to Expect of Their Emotional Development” Apr.2008

“Setting Limits and Structure” May 2008

“Target or Tease: Impacts on Self-Esteem” June 2008

“Adjusting to Summer Camp” July 2008

“Back to School with a Positive Outlook” Sept. 2008

“How Secure is Your Parent-Child Relationship?” Oct. 2008

“Should You Hang Up Their Cell Phones?” Nov. 2008

“Counsel for Separating Parents” Dec. 2008

 Long Island Parent (New York)
“The Growing Years 6-10”

“Where Do Angry Feelings Come From?” Mar/April 2009 Read

“Time for Exploration and Adventure” May/June 2009 Read

“Sleepovers: Fun with Boundaries” Aug./Sept. 2009 Read

“Co-Parenting Through Divorce” Oct./Nov. 2009 Read

“Finding Those Special Moments” Dec./Jan. 2010 Read

“Popularity’s Ups and Downs” Feb/March 2010 Read

“Singing Praises to Your Child” Apr./May 2010 Read

“How to be a Good Loser” June/July 2010 Read

“Realistic School Expectations” Aug./Sept. 2010 Read
“Laughter Every Day to Ease Stress” Oct./Nov. 2010 Read

“Kid-Sized New Year’s Resolutions” Dec/Jan 2011 Read

“The Complexity of Valentines Greetings” Feb/Mar 2011 Read

“Fresh Starts for an Active Spring” Apr./May 2011 Read

“Strategies for Coping with Defiance” June/July 2011 Read

“End-of-Summer Boredom” Aug./Sept. 2011 Read

“Parenting with Outside Influences” Oct./Nov. 2011 Read

“Are Grades Important?” Dec./Jan. 2012 Read

“Impact of the Technology Revolution” Feb./Mar. 2012 Read


INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS

“Developmental Considerations in Female Latency: A Discussion of Kidnapping Fantasies in Nine-Year-Old Girls,” The Psychoanalytic Study of the Child, Vol. 52, 1997, pp.89-117, Yale University Press Read

“Consideration of Constructs that Organize Clinical Data: Analytic Play, Analytic Surface. Analytic Space,” The Social Work Psychoanalyst’s Casebook, 1999, Analytic Press

“Presence and Absence: The Interaction of Maternal Loss in Early Adulthood with Maternity in Two First-Time Mothers,” The Inner World of the Mother, 2003, Psychosocial Press

“The Impact of Observation on the Evolution of a Relationship between an At-Risk Mother and Infant,” Infant Observation : The International Journal of Infant Observation and its Applications, Vol.13, No.3, Dec.2010, pp.325-338, Routledge Press Read


ARTICLES FOR LAWYERS and PARENTS OF DIVORCE

NYSBA Family Law Review

“Co-Parenting: How Ex-Spouses Turn into Co-Parents and Children Survive Divorce,” reprinted with permission from: Family Law Journal, Spring 2010, Vol.42, No.2, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 2207 Read

“Parent Alienation Syndrome,” reprinted with permission from: Family Law Journal, Fall 2013, Vol.45, No.2, published by the New York State Bar Association, One Elk Street, Albany, NY 2207 Read


ARTICLES  FOR PHYSICIANS,  MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS & EDUCATORS

“Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder” 2011

“Postpartum Depression and Infant Development” 2011

“Pre-Adolescence and Adolescence” 2011

“Infant-Parent Psychotherapy” 2011

“Major Depression and Dysthymia: How Do You Recognize the Differences?” 2012

“Psychotherapy with Adults” 2012

“Gifted Children” 2013


FEATURE ARTICLES ON PARENTING WEBSITES

Natural Parents Network 

“When Parents Fears Escalate!” Natural Parents Network 2014 Read

 

Positive Parenting Ally

“Who are Parents Favorite Superheroes? Their Children of Course”  2014 Read

“Learn to Use Parental Intelligence in Five Simple Steps” 2014 Read

 

Huffington Post

“How Do Parents Politicize Their Children?” 2015 Read

“Messy Toddler to Cluttered Teen – Meanings that Lurk Beneath the Mess” 2015 Read

“Youthful Triumph” 2015 Read

“The Expletive Explosion” 2015 Read

“Guide to Mothers Raising Teenage Daughters” 2015 Read

“Plugging into Your Kids Instead of Technology” 2015 Read

” How I View Myself as a Mother as School Begins — Pride or Self-Doubt?” 2015 Read

“Does School Interfere with Learning for Its Own Sake? 2015 Read

“Tips for Introverted Parents on Sensory Overload – The Quiet Revolution” 2015 Read

“10 Ways for Kids to Find Their Own Score Card to Maximize Learning at School” 2015 Read

“Do Parents Know What’s On Their Teenager’s Mind?” 2015 Read

“Ya Just Have to Love Those Temperamental Terrific Twelve-Year-Olds” 2015 Read

“How to Prevent Summer Regression in Academics” 2015 Read

“How Do You Know if Your Child is Emotionally Strong?” 2015 Read

“‘She’s Not Bossy, She’s a Leader’ – 15 Ways to Know a Bossy Child from a Potential Leader” 2015 Read

“Why So I  Apologize When My Child Acts Like a Kid in Public?” 2015 Read

“I Know My Husband Loves Me Because He Gave Me the Password to His Cell Phone.” 2015 Read

“Shouldn’t We Give Hillary Clinton a Chance? 2015 Read

“When Kids Read Other Kids Minds – From Preschool to Middle School” 2015 Read

“Can We Change How We Parent? Unlocking Your Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“Should We Pay Kids for Grades? Yes or No?” 2015 Read

“Parents Who are Screaming and Calm on the Outside” 2015 Read

“‘Tune in’ to Tumultuous Teenage Gossip” 2015 Read

“Is Your Child Avoiding School?” 2015 Read

“Millenial Speaks Out About a More Compassionate Society” 2015 Read

“What’s Happened to Face-to-Face Conversations with Teens? Cell Phone ‘Addictions’” 2015 Read

“Successful Women Walking the Tightrope between Motherhood and Career – What Helps? What Hurts? An Author Speaks Out”Read

“Kids ‘Zoning in’ and ‘Zoning Out’  2015Read

“Winsome Warriors – Why Little Kids Love to Be Super Heroes – An Age of Healthy Narcissism” 2015 Read

“Tips for Parents to Help Kids Weather Frustrations and Disappointments Using Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“Ten Reasons Not to Call Your Child Shy” 2015 Read

“10 razones por las que no deberías llamar tímido a tu hijo”  2015 Spain Read

“10 ragioni per non dire a tuo figlio che è timido” 2015 Italy Read

“10 bonnes raisons de ne pas qualifier votre enfant de timide” France and Quebec Read

“احذر! 10 أسباب للتوقف عن وصف طفلك بـ “الخجول”” Arabi Read

“Parenting Without Punishment – What’s the Hitch?” 2015 Read

“Faced with Unwanted Behavior? Ask, “What Does it Mean?” Not, “What Do I Do?” 2015 Read

“When Outbursts Mask Depression in a Thirteen-Year-Old” 2015 Read

“Angry Kids and the Parents Who Love Them ” 2015 Read

“Ten Terrific Tips for Unlocking Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“What Do Children Think? How Can Parents Help? 2015 Read

“What Parenting Mindset Helps a Child with ADHD? 7 Steps to Secure Your Relationship” 2015 Read

“How I Work at Trying to Be With My 11 Year Old” 2015 Read

“Inside Out: How the Pixar Movie Depicts Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“Holiday Heartaches? Focus on Kids” 2015 Read

“Emotional Contagion – Catching Your Child’s Feelings When You Use Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“The Heart of Parental Intelligence: A Divorced Mother and Son Build Their Relationship” 2015 Read

“Rough Day for Your Teen? Give Him a Smooth Finish with Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

“I Was Ugly, Cute, and Ugly Again” 2015 Read

“20 Ways How Not to Talk to Your Teenage Daughter – Then How to Fix Things” 2015 Read

“Afraid a Baby Will Restrict Your Life? Think Again and Give Thanks this Holiday for Precious Gifts” 2015 Read

“10 Tips for a Poultry and Fish Mother and her Vegan Teen to Survive Without Conflict” 2015 Read

“15 Stress Reducing Tips for Your Parent-Child Relationship” 2015 Read

“When it’s the Best of Times and the Worst of Times Our Kids Hear Everything” 2015 Read

“12 Tips to Tame Tense Kids Applying to College” 2015 Read

“Give Kids a Break! Don’t Make Them Choose Between Naughty or Nice” 2015 Read

“My 14 New Year’s Resolutions – Using Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“The New Year Bonanza in Parenting Books: Unlocking Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Juicy January Hints for Listening to Kids and Having Them Listen to You” 2016 Read

“Mothers Climb Mountains” 2016 Read

Obama Says ‘Being a Teenager is Tough’” 2016 Read

“Ghosts, Burglars, and Kidnappers at Night – How Do Parents Relieve Kids’ Fears?” 2016 Read

“The Exhausted Child” 2016 Read

“Don’t Talk Judgmental” 2016 Read

“What it’s Like to be a Mother with Anxiety” 2016 Read

“7 Pieces of Parenting Advice You Should Really Ignore” 2016 Read

“You Are Not Alone – A Conversation About OCD” 2016 Read

“Crying Babies – Ten Tips for Contented Babies” 2016 Read

“8 Tips for Parents of College Students Living at Home” 2016 Read

“The Demanding Child” 2016 Read

“The ‘Danish Girl‘” 2016 Read

“A Conversation with Kerry Dolan, CEO and Founder of OptIn and Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. Psychoanalyst and Author of Unlocking Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Should You Post About Your Kid on the Internet?” 2016 Read

“The Wonders of Age Seven – Developing Social Skills” 2016 Read

“Free Play or Structured Activities for Six-Year-Olds – How Do They Learn Best? 2016 Read

“Teens and  Love – How Should Parents Handle a First Heartbreak? 2016 Read

“When Mothers Try to Fulfill Expectations of Other Mothers” 2016 Read

“Meet Author Dr. Laurie Hollman – Interview by Novelist Lu Ann Dill” 2016 Read

“You’ve Heard About Mom Guilt – What About Dad Guilt? 2016 Read

“Those Marvelous Stay-at-Home-Dads and their Daughters – From Infancy to Adolescence” 2016 Read

“Kids Aren’t Meant to be ‘Perfect’ – Are We Manufacturing Designer Kids?” 2016 Read

“8 Tips for Coping with Your Antagonistic Teenager” 2016 Read

“10 Ways to Spend Time Alone for Healthy Living” 2016 Read

“10 Tips for Healthy Arguments” 2016 Read

“6 Ways to Encourage a Child’s Imagination” 2016 Read

“7 Ways to Develop Trust With Your Teen Using Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Tips for Parents of Exhausted Toddlers and Preschoolers” 2016 Read

“When is Worry Too Much Worry for a Parent?” 2016 Read

“How to Give Your Child the Attention He Really Needs” 2016 Read

“When Three-Year-Olds Stand Up for Themselves” 2016 Read

“Why Should Parents Set Limits? When Is It Time to Say, ‘No’?” 2016 Read

“The Great Bond of Reading” 2016 Read

“When Do You Start Raising Your Kids?” 2016 Read

“What Teenagers Need to Hear” 2016 Read

“How Outdoor Playgrounds Affect Child Development” 2016 Read

“10 Ways to Improve Your Child’s Education at Home” 2016 Read

“How Prolonged Divorce Plans Affect Children” 2016 Read

“Do You Know What Your Child Does in School All Day? 8 Ways to Find Out” 2016 Read

“Ten Ways to Give Advice Without Saying ‘No’ and ‘Don’t’” 2016 Read

“Why Children Need to Play Alone” 2016 Read

“Are You Listening to Your Preschooler?” 2016 Read

“Do You Get Respect from Your Children?” 2016 Read

“Mommy, I Have Something to Tell You. Don’t Freak Out!” 2016 Read

“Why Does My Child Have OCD? How Can I Help?” 2016 Read

“Should You Punish Your Child for their Bad Behavior? Use Parental Intelligence to Find Out” 2016 Read

“Our Children, the Superheroes” 2016 Read

“Teens: What Do All Those Moods Mean?”2016 Read

“What Do Mothers Really Want?” 2016 Read

“Talking Politics with Your Kids” 2016 Read

“What Should New Parents Expect?” 2016 Read

“How Much Worry is Too Much Worry in a Child?” 2016 Read

“What Should Dads Do For New and Seasoned Moms on Mother’s Day?” 2016 Read

“Ten Ways to Help Your Kids Succeed in Middle School” 2016 Read

“Tips for Talking to Your Teens about Sex” 2016 Read

“Is Pre-K Really Necessary?”2016 Read

“What’s the Scoop on “Helicopter Parenting?” 2016 Read

“Ten Mistakes Parents Make with Tweens and Teens” 2016 Read

“The Wonderful World of Children’s Drawings – What Do They Mean?

“Applause for the New Launch of the 99check Family Safety Locator App” 2016 Read

“Should You Punish Your Child for Their Bad Behavior? Use Parental Intelligence to Find Out” 2016 Read

“Kids Who Don’t Need Curfews. Do They Exist?” 2016 Read

“Watching Out for the Perfect Child” 2016 Read

“With So Many Rules and Consequences, How Do You Actually Get to Know Your Child?” 2016 Read

“A View of the Film ‘Carol’ – The Specter of Maternal Self-Doubt” 2016 Read

“Adjusting to Summer Camp for the First Time” 2016 Read

“When Parents Feel Helpless: Using Five Steps to Parental Intelligence’ 2016 Read

“7 Tips to Help Parents Cope with a Child with ADHD” 2016 Read

“When Dads Clash with their Teenage Sons, Where Do Moms Fit in? Or, Don’t They? 2016 Read

“Do’s and Don’ts of Grandparenting” 2016 Read

“Who Do You Love More? Your Partner or Your Kids? Is One a Priority? 2016 Read

“Helping Your Child and Teen Learn to Win and Lose Well – The Ins and Outs of Sportsmanship 2016 Read

“Using Parental Intelligence When Your Kids Lie – Ask, ‘What Does it Mean?’” 2016 Read

“Unlocking Your Parental Intelligence – Changing Your Parenting Life Style” 2016 Read

“How Do Parents Know When it’s Time for Toilet Training?” 2016 Read

“Encouraging Your Parenting Partner – Praise and Thanks Go a Long Way” 2016 Read

“10 to Prepare Your College Senior During the Summer Months for College Applications” 2016 Read

“The New Silence Between Parents and Teenagers” 2016 Read

“Is Nagging a Gender-Biased Word?” 2016 Read

“Tween Girls Who Have Trouble Falling Asleep: Tips for How Mothers Can Help” 2016 Read

“Helping Parents Through Tween Years with Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“The Excitement and Discoveries at Age Seven” 2016 Read

“What’s the Parenting Style of Thinking Parents?” 2016 Read

“Tips for Having Conversations with Your Kids” 2016 Read

“Do You Worry How Your Divorce will Affect Your Child in School? 2016 Read

“Tips for Connecting with the Quiet Child” 2016

“Be Present When it Matters” 2016 Read

“Tips on Toning Down Aggressive Households” 2016 Read

“Transitioning from Being a Stay at Home Mother to a Working Mother” 2016 Read

“The Advantages of Learning to Play Alone” 2016 Read

“Parenting Tips on Helping Your Child Transition to Middle School” 2016 Read

“Effects of Screen Time on Adult Sleep” 2016 Read

“6 Tips for Coping with Anxiety that are Actually Easy to Change” 2016 Read

“10 Tips for Your Mental Health” 2016 Read

“Excellent Habits that Encourage Self-Love” 2016 Read

“Spending Time Together” 2016 Read

“A Yelling Mother with a Screaming Child –  What Can Be Done? 2016 Read

“Are You a SAHM Whose Youngest is Entering Kindergarten? How Will Your Life Change? 2016 Read

“How Working Mothers Bond Together as Their Kids Go Back to School: 20 Working Mother Parenting Tips 2016 Read

“20 Tips for Parents Helping Each Other as Their Kids Transition Back to School” 2016 Read

“How to Begin the School Year Without Overscheduling” 2016 Read

“Ten Tips on Living a Mentally Healthy Life” 2016 Read

“Changing Schools? 5 Parenting Tips on How to Help Kids Cope” 2016 Read

“10 Tips on Listening Carefully to Your Kids as School Begins” 2016 Read

“7 Unique Ways to Make Chores a Team Effort as School Begins” 2016 Read

“How to Make Preschool a Success” 2016 Read

“Co-Parenting the First Month of School” 2016 Read

“Is Rewarding Grades an Effective Parenting Policy?”2016 Read

“How Do Kids Learn to Be Organized the First Months of School? ” 2016 Read

“Supporting Kids Through Major Exams” 2016 Read

“When Kids Don’t Listen” 2016 Read

“When Babies Feel Heard – How Do Babies Express Themselves?” 2016 Read

“When Parents Feel Powerless – Using Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Long Marriages are an Investment in Future Generations” 2016 Read

“Behaviors of People with Anxiety that are Actually Easy to Change” 2016 Read

“Ten Things to do for Your Mental Health” 2016 Read

“When Did You First Feel Like a Mother? When Does Mothering Begin? 2016 Read

“What Should Mothers Teach Their Daughters? 2016 Read

Therapists Responding to Children’s  and Adult’s Anxiety in Today’s Political Climate.” 2016 Read

“Learn from Your Teenage Daughter What She Wants from You as her Mother” 2016 Read

“When Does My Child Need a Psychotherapist? “2016 Read

“Share a Laugh With Your Kids” 2016 Read

“When Should Children Sleep in their Own Beds?”2016 Read

“A Psychotherapist Reacts to Today’s Political Anxiety” 2016 Read

“Teaching Our Children to Have Complex Thinking During this Election Week” 2016 Read

“Ten Tips on Learning From  Your Teenage Son What He Wants From  You As His Father” 2016 Read

“The Screaming Child” 2016 Read

“Does Your Child Have a School Phobia? How to Help Quickly” 2016 Read

“The Decision to Become a Birth Mother” 2016 Read

“”Raising Stress-Proof Kids”2016 Read

“Six Excellent Habits that Encourage Self-Love” 2016 Read

“The Magic of Children’s Writing” 2016 Read

“When Teens are Inspired by Their Own Writing” 2016 Read

“Shut Up and Listen!” 2017 Read

“Activities that Make You Smarter as a Child” 2017

“Conversation with C.J. Schneider, Author of Mothers of the Village” 2017Read

“How Do I Know if My Child is Secure?” 2017 Read

“Listening to Your Kids So They Will Listen to You”2017 Read

“Using Parental Intelligence for Stressed Out Kids” 2017 Read

“Using Parental Intelligence to Help Angry Kids” 2017 Read

“Troubled Parent-Child Attachments” 2017 Read

“Raising Children as a Couple without Marriage” 2017 Read

“Think of Your Child as ‘Distressed’ not ‘Bad’ 2017 Read

“The Voice of an Empathic Parent Becomes Your Child’s Inner Voice” 2017 Read

“5 Tips for Making Use of Time Before School” 2017 Read

“Teens Who Talk with Their Parents” 2017 Read

“Parents and Kids Who Compromise” 2017 Read

“Collaborating with Parental Intelligence” 2017 Read

“When Parents Separate” 2017 Read

“What is the Effect of Parents’ Engaging with Teachers in Primary and Secondary Levels of Education?”  2017 Read

“Parental Involvement with Peer Pressure” 2017 Read

 

Huffington Post Series on Successful Working Women

A Gynecologist Tells Her Story About Motherhood and Career” 2015 Read

“Savvy and Sincere, A Successful Lawyer and Mother of Twins Walks the Line Between Motherhood and Career” 2o15 Read

“A Narrative About Motherhood and Career by an Author and Social Media Expert” 2015 Read

“A University Professor Shares Insights About Motherhood and Career” 2015 Read

“A Literary Editor Succeeds at Motherhood and Career by Becoming a Freelancer” 2015 Read

“Successful Novelist Bridges Motherhood and Career with an Exciting Pen Name” 2015 Read

“Successful Women Walking the Tightrope between Motherhood and Career – What Helps? What Hurts? An Author Speaks Out” Read

“Elayna Fernandez Beats All Odds Becoming a Successful Career Woman and Joyful Mother” 2015 Read

“Career and Motherhood After Postpartum Depression” 2016 Read

“Nancy Pelosi Looks on as Sara Lowe is Successful as a Career Woman and Mom” 2016 Read

“A Successful Working Mother Battles Bi-Polar Disorder” 2016 Read

“A Successful Children’s Book Editor Walks the Tightrope between Motherhood and Career” 2016 Read

“How a Successful Free Lance Entertainer Balances Career and Motherhood and Keeps on Laughing” 2016 Read

“Work/Life Balance Across the Globe: One Australian Mom’s Success” 2016 Read

“Rediscovering Your Identity After Having a Baby” 2016 Read

“How to be a Human Being While Also Being a Mom and Managing Editor of The Rumpus” 2016 Read

“Living as a Mother with Bipolar Disorder as a Mother and Workaholic” 2016 Read

 

Thrive Global

“How to Combat Political Anxiety and Foster Well-Being for Children and Adults” 2016 Read

“6 Daily Habits that Encourage Self-Love” 2016 Read

“Share a Laugh with Your Kids: Time to Break Out Those ‘Dad Jokes’” 2016

“Using Parental Intelligence  Improves the Well-Being of Parents  and Kids in 5 Steps” 2016 Read

“10 Things to Do to Be Grateful for Your Mental Health” 2016 Read

“10 Ways to Prevent Parental Burnout” 2016 Read

“The Wonder of Teens Inspired by Their Own Writing” 2016 Read

“10 Hints on Spending Time Away with Your Kids” 2017 Read

“Unlocking Parental Intelligence and Finding Keys to Your Child’s Mind” 2017 Read

“Signs You Don’t Socialize Enough” 2017 Read

“12 Hints for Building Healthy Narcissism” 2017 Read

“10 Tips for Workaholics  on Vacation” 2017 Read

“12 Tips for Online Dating for Single Parent” 2017 Read

“Knitting a Tapestry of Your Adult Life” 2017 Read

“How to Make Your Wedding Plans Give Your a Feeling of Well-Being” 2017

“Your Marriage or Your Children – Is One a Priority? ” 2017

“Relieving Anger in Your Kids Helps the Well-Being of the Whole Family” 2017

“6 Tips for Coping with Anxiety that are Actually Easy to Change”2017

“What is Your Self-Worth? “2017 Read

“Ten Tips on Leading a Mentally Healthy Life” Read

“Working Parents Help Teens with Separation Anxiety” 2019 Read

“Living an Emotionally Healthy Life” 2019 Read

“20 Ways Not to Talk to Your Teenage Daughter” 2019 Read

“Parenting Kids Compassionately Who Feel Socially Rejected” 2019 Read

“Parenting Kids Through Separation Anxiety” 2019 Read

“Early, Middle, & Late Stages of Adolescent Development” 2019 Read

“Being Attuned to Your Distinctive Child” 2019 Read

“7 Effective Ways to Instantly Feel Calmer, As Backed by Science” 2019 Read

“She’s not Bossy, She’s a Leader: 10 Ways to Know the Difference  Between a Bossy Child and a Potential Leader” 2019 Read

“Staying Safe by Using Parental Intelligence” 2019 Read

“What Should Dads Do for New and Seasoned Mothers on Mothers Day?” 2019 Read

“Angry Kids and the Parents Who Love Them” 2019 Read

 

Mom Enough Newsletter

“A Five Step Approach to Responding to Kids with Anxiety” 2019 Listen

Rachelintheoc.com

“Is There a Bit of the Danish Girl in All of Us?” 2016 Read

“A View of the Film ‘CAROL‘: A Specter of Maternal Self-Doubt” 2016 Read

“A Maternal Critique of the Film ‘Joy‘” 2016 Read

 

Our Parenting Spot

“Parenting through Temper Tantrums” 2014 Read

 

Familius

“Don’t Stop Reading to Your Children” 2015 Read

“Why Should You Unlock Your ‘Parental Intelligence’”? 2015 Read

“How to Create an Emotionally Safe Environment for your Children” 2015 Read

“The Way We Talk to Our Children Becomes Their Inner Voice” 2015 Read

“Praising Your Children with Parental Intelligence” 2015 Read

 

99Check

“7 Ways to Develop Trust with Your Teen Using Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“20 Ways Not to Talk to Your Teenage Daughter” 2016 Read

“Ten Tips Moms of Teen Boys Must Know to Survive Parenthood” Ebook 2016

“10 Ways to Give Advice without Saying ‘No’ and ‘Don’t” 2016 Read

“Mommy I Have Something to Tell You. Don’t Freak Out!” 2016 Read

“Just Listen to Our Fabulous Twelve-Year-Olds!” 2016 Read

“Ten Ways to Help Your Kids Succeed in Middle School” 2016 Read

“20 Things Dad Can Do for New Moms and Seasoned Moms on Mother’s Day” 2016 Read

“A Parents Guide to Understanding Late Stages of Teenage Development” 2016 Read

“8 Tips for Helping the Perfect Teen Get to Know Herself” 2016

“Ten Parenting Tips to Help the Generally Anxious Child and Teen” 2016

“15 Tips to Help Your Child Adjust to Camp for the First Time” 2016 Read

“Helping Parents Through Tween Years with Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“The Excitement and Discoveries at Age Seven” 2016

“Tween Girls Who Have Trouble Falling Asleep: Tips for How Mothers Can Help” 2016

“Who Knows Your Child Best? You Do” 2016

“Parenting Tips for Kids with Depressed Moods” 2016

“A Parents Guide to Understanding Late Stages of Teenage Development 2016 Read

“Ten Hints for Co-Parenting the First Month of School”2016 Read

“When Parents Feel Powerless – Using the 5 Steps of Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Ten Tips for Supporting Teens Through Major Exams” 2016 Read

“Ten Parenting Tips for Helping Your Teen Transition to High School 2016 Read

Ten Tips on Helping Your Child Transition to Middle School” 2016 Read

“20 Tips for Parents Helping Each Other as Their Kids Transition Back to School” 2016 Read

“What Should Fathers Teach Their Sons? 2016 Read

“10 Hints for Co-Parenting the First Month of School”2016 Read

“When Parents Feel Powerless – Using the 5 Steps of Parental Intelligence” 2016 Read

“Share a Laugh With Your Kids” 2016 Read

“The Screaming Child” 2016 Read

“Shut Up and Listen!” 2017 Read

“Ways to Prevent Parental Burnout” 2017 Read

“How Do I Know if My Child Feels Secure? 2017 Read

 

The Changing Behavior Network Friendly Oaks Publications

“Real Conversation with Your Teen – Make it a New Norm” 2016 Read

“When Outbursts Mask Depression” 2016 Read

 

Its About Them – Young People… Our Greatest Resource

“Real Conversation with Your Teenager – Make it a New Norm” 2016 Read

“When Outbursts Mask Depression in a Teen” 2016 Read

“Helpful Hints for Encouraging Kids to Handle Peer Pressure” 2016 Read

 

Moms Magazine

“Eleven Ways to Reduce Your Anxiety if Your Child Has OCD” 2014

“Why Me?” – Top 10 Responses to the Question All Parents of Kids with Special Needs Ask” 2014

“Motherhood Doesn’t Always Begin with the Birth of A Child” 2014

“How To Feel Appreciated as a Parent While Doing Less For Your Child” 2014

“Infant-Parent Psychotherapy and Why Mothers Can and Need to Seek Outside Guidance” 2014

“Can Depression in Mothers Affect Their Infants?” 2014

“Becoming a Parenting Expert: Four Observational Parenting Skills” 2014

“Reading to Children from Babyhood to Adolescence: Six Keys to Introducing Reading Skills” 2014

“Understanding the Vantage Points of Preschoolers” 2014

“How the Concept of Being a ‘Good-Enough” Mom Helps Anxious Moms and Their Children” 2014

“How the Five Steps of Parental Intelligence Can Reduce Anxiety in Mothers” 2014

“Six Reasons Spanking Doesn’t Work and What We’re Really Teaching Our Children” 2014

“How Mothers Support Fathers: Using the Five Steps of Parental Intelligence to Build Self-Esteem of Your Partner’s Parenting” 2014

“Successful Women Walking the Tightrope between Motherhood and Careers – What Helps? What Hurts? A Psychoanalyst Speaks Out” 2015

“How Children with Autism Think and 3 Ways Parents Can Help Them Understand Others” 2014

Successful Women Walking the Tightrope between Motherhood and Careers – What Helps? What Hurts? A Psychoanalyst Speaks Out” 2015

“When Babies Feel Heard” 2014

“How to Make Holidays Fun by Reducing Pressure and Focusing on Children” 2014

“Mothering a Teased Child: Warm Strategies for Relieving the Hurt” 2014

“Listening with Our Eyes: 5 Ways to Respond to Our Kids’ Body Language” 2014

“Angry Kids and 8 Tips for the Parents Who Love Them” 2014

“Six Tips for Powerful Listening: How to Really Hear Your Kids” 2014

“Fairness: What Do Kids Mean When They Compare What They Get To Others? ” 2014

“Parent Power – 5 Tips for Reading Facial Expressions Accurately” 2014

“Advice from Dr. Spock: Baby Care or Star Trek?” 2014

“5 Small Talk Tips for Parents of Children with Asperger Syndrome” 2014

“Motherly Kindness: How to Show the Love We Feel” 2014

“Building Your Child’s Self-Esteem by Using Parental Intelligence” 2014

“Down Time for Kids and Parents During the Holidays” 2014

“The Big Holiday Secret: Parents Who Worry About School Vacations”  2014

“What Kind of Praise Helps Kids Take Up New Challenges?” 2014

“Building Your Teenager’s Self-Esteem by Using Parental Intelligence” 2014

“”How Moms Encourage Dad-Daughter Relationships” 2015

“Maximizing Enjoyment of Our Infants in 2015” 2015

“Moms Empathize with Dad Guilt: Being a “Good Enough Father”” 2015

“Play is a Child’s Work: How Parents Encourage Creativity and Learning “2015

“Maximizing Enjoyment of our Children in 2015” 2015

“How Expectant Moms and  Expectant Dads Can Empathize With Each Other” 2015

“Parent Involvement in the College Admissions Process” 2015

“How Kids Succeed and How Parents Encourage a Work Ethic” 2015

“Strategies to Help Children With Temper Tantrums” 2015

“How Do Parents Know When Their Child is Ready for Toilet Training?” 2015

“Misbehaviors Carry Messages: How Do You Change Behavior You Don’t Understand?” 2015

“The New Silence Between Parents and Teenagers.” 2015

“How Can Parents Enjoy Learning for Its Own Sake?” 2015

“Helping Parents with Tween Years Using Parental Intelligence” 2015

“How Do Parents Help Their Babies Sleep? Understanding the Meaning of Sleep Patterns?”2015

“Faced with MisBehavior?  First Ask, “What Does it Mean?” Not, “What Do I Do?” 2015

“Mothers Who Give Themselves a Pat on the Back, Give More to Their Kids” 2015

“Today’s Parents are Thinking and Caring as They Face Life’s Changes” 2015

“When Children’s Voices are Heard, Leaders are Born” 2015

“Co-Parenting Through Divorce and After” 2015

“How Understanding Gender Differences in Mothers and Fathers Helps New Parents” 2015 “Using Parental Intelligence When Kids Lie: Ask, “What Does it Mean?” 2015

“Watching Out for the Perfect Child” 2015

“Making Bathtime and Diaper Changing Fun: Daily Ways to Get to Know Your Baby” 2015

“Tween Girls Who Have Trouble Falling Asleep: Tips on How Mommies Can Help” 2015

“Being Attuned to Your Distinctive Child” 2015

“When a Young Child Speaks of a Boyfriend or Girlfriend, What Do You Say?” 2015

“Underestimating the Joys and Accomplishments of Motherhood” 2015

“Using Parental Intelligence to Help Teens Cope with School and Peer Pressure” 2015

“With So Many Rules and Consequences, How Do You Actually Get to Know Your Child?” 2015

“How Can Parents Understand and Deal with Teenage Depression?” 2015

“How Do I Know If My Child Has Significant Sleep Problems?” 2015

“Tips for Having Conversations with Infants, Kids, & Teens” 2015

“The Wonders of Age Seven” 2015

“What Does Having Smart Kids Mean to You?” 2015

“Sleep Deprivation in Children” 2015

“How to Quiet Your Child’s Self-Criticism and How to Silence Your Own” 2015

“Should Worried Parents Invade the Privacy of Their Children and Teens?” 2015

“Do You Tell Your Child About IVF? – All the Questions to Consider” 2015

“How Would You Feel If?”  Tips for Building Empathy? 2015

“Expectations of Ten-Year-Olds–An Age of Contradictions”  2015

“Sixteen-Year-Old Struggles: Teen Friendly Parents Help with the Question, “Who Am I?” 2015

“Your Marriage or Your Children: Is One a Priority?” 2015

“Unconditional Love for Children–Does It Still Exist?” 2015

“Emotional Contagion – Catching Your Child’s Feelings When You Use Parental Intelligence”  2015

“Over-Protection versus Preparing Your Child” 2015

“Do You Self-Talk? It Improves Mothering Confidence” 2015

“Understanding Why Teenagers Push Away” 2015

“Is There Such a Thing as Being Too Empathic? 2015

“More Than Two Kids? How Do Parents Manage? 2015

“Ya Have to Love Those Temperamental, Terrific Twelve-Year-Olds” 2015

“Are You an Angry Mother – Sometimes? How Anger Gives Birth to Great Ideas” 2015

“How Children Grow with Asperger Syndrome” 2015

“When You Feel Like a Failure as a Parent – Tips to Regain Your Perspective” 2015

“Making Chores Part of Family Life Instead of Part of Family Arguments” 2015

“The Best Kept Secret – Depression During Pregnancy” 2015

“Impossible Impulsivity – Who’s the Parent Anyway?” 2015

“How About Talking Instead of Punishing? – The Downside of Negative Consequences 2015

“Beyond Busy? 7 Tips for Introverted Mothers on Sensory Overload 2015

“Kind Kids and Their Mothers” 2015

-“What Are We Teaching Boys About Successful Women?” 2015

“When Single Parents Date – Fitting Your New Partner into Your Home” 2015

“When Mothers and Fathers Collide – How Disagreements Affect Kids”  2015

“When Mothers Try to Fit the Judgments and Expectations of Other Mothers When They Feel Self-Doubt” 2015

“Planning Ahead for Your Young Teens – Paving the Way for the All Important 18th Year” 2015

“Busy is What Sixteen and Seventeen-Year-Olds Do” 2015

“Pushing Puberty – Parents on Alert” 2015

“Eighteen-Years-Old – Young Adult or Late Adolescent?” 2015

“Read to Your Child and Your Child Reads to You – A New Way to Build a Parent-Child Tie” 2015

“Seven Ways Children Teach Us About Happiness” 2015

“Why Do Parents Worry?” 2015

“When Parents Feel They Don’t Get Respect From Their Children and Teens”2015

“Avid Picture Takers May Miss Precious Moments – The Benefits of “Camera Wisdom” 2015

“The Magic of Pre-Speech – Enjoy Your Babies More by Understanding How They Learn” 2015

“The Amazing Transformation to Toddlerhood” 2015

“Feeling Guilty Because You Want A Life Beyond Parenthood? Tips on How to Relieve Mother Guilt” 2015

“Helping Teens Think and Talk About Love” 2015

“Helping Children Separate Wants from Needs” 2015

“Mothers and Children Love Each Other – So What Gets in the Way of Their Connection?” 2015

“Tips on Toning Down Aggressive Households” 2015

“‘Picky Eating’ in Children – The Meaning Behind the Behavior” 2015

“How to Prevent Summer Regression in Academics” 2015

“How Do You Know Your Child is Emotionally Strong?” 2015

“Shifting Schedules of Working Parents Affect Children’s Learning and Well-Being” 2015

“Do Parents Know What’s On Their Teenagers Mind?” 2015

“Does School Interfere with Learning For Its Own Sake?” 2015

“How to Make a Change of Residence into a New Place to Call Home” 2015

“How I View Myself as a Parent as School Begins – Shame or Self-Doubt? 2015

“What Kids Worry About Before School Starts” 2015

“She’s Not Bossy, She’s a Leader” – 15 Ways to Know the Difference Between a Bossy Child from a Potential Leader” 2015

“Why Do I Apologize for My Child When He Acts Like a Kid in Public?” 2015

“Ten Ways for Kids to Find Their Own Score Card as School Begins” 2015

“Praising Your Child Using Parental Intelligence” 2015

“Ten Reasons Not to Call Your Child Shy” 2015

“When Kids Read Other Kids Minds – From Preschool to Middle School” 2015

” Ten Tips for Parents with Kids Battling OCD – Lessening the Toll of Secrecy and Shame” 2015

“When Your Child Avoids Going to School” 2015

“What’s Happened to Face-to-Face Conversations with Teens?” – Making ‘Real Conversations’ the New Norm” 2015

Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior Book Review from Joyful Family Life” 2015

“Feeling Like Your Failing as A Parent? – Change Your Outlook by Helping Kids Make Hard Choices” 2015

“Blended Families – How to Achieve Harmony and Make Changing Families Work” 2015

“Moms Magazine Endorses “Groundbreaking” New Parenting Book, Unlocking Parental Intelligence: Finding Meaning in Your Child’s Behavior, by Moms Magazine’s Columnist, Laurie Hollman, Ph.D.” 2015

“Parenting Without Punishment – What’s the Hitch?” 2015