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Adapting to the culture of ‘new normal’: an emerging response to COVID-19 – Naimi Shah

The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly influenced our lives. Countless of us are facing hardships that can be disagreeable, overwhelming, and cause convincing sentiments in adults and children. Covid-19 protocols and norms, for instance, social distancing, are essential to diminish the spread of COVID-19, yet they can make us feel detached and desolate and can build…

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Dinner is Ready! Are You and Your Teens?

Do you ever take a deep breath before you say, “Dinner is ready” hoping you’ll have a relaxing and enjoyable dinner with your adolescent children? Many of my clients often lament about how exhausting doing the “heavy lifting” can become to leave the dinner table emotionally unscathed.  Well, there are many psychological explanations why mealtime…

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Can We Discuss Masks Being Back?

How I’m Coping with the Delta Variant in L.A. This was me the other day at Book Soup picking up Mena Suvari’s amazing new memoir, The Great Peace, three of my kids in tow. (Interview coming soon on Moms Don’t Have Time to Read Books.) By the way, I think every book I’ve had on my podcast was for sale there. (Except…