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Tired of Failed Resolutions? Here is a Better Way to Start Your Year

Tired of Failed Resolutions? Here is a Better Way to Start Your Year

Tis the season for New Year's Resolutions! Many of us will be making them in the next day or so, but according to statistics less than 10% actually keep them. So, rather than set yourself up for regret and disappointment, I suggest an alternative to the classic resolutions that will start your year off with love and hope rather than a new set of rules.

Are You Mean-Girling Yourself? A Trick to Tame Your Inner Bully- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

Are You Mean-Girling Yourself? A Trick to Tame Your Inner Bully- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

Even if you are on board with the concept of affirming self-talk, most women are afraid to let go of berating themselves for fear they'll lose all motivation to get out of bed, eat a vegetable, or pretty much ever put pants on again.

But, the irony is....Fear, anxiety, and self-loathing are terrible motivators!

So here is my challenge to you. Pick a couple areas in your life where you mean-girling yourself and change up the script...

Feeling Overwhelmed? 5 Ways You Can Reclaim Your Peace Today- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

Feeling Overwhelmed? 5 Ways You Can Reclaim Your Peace Today- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

As women, we tend to be proud of our ability to juggle 10 things at once, but it can lead to increased anxiety and rob our peace. With all the demands of modern womanhood and the constant buzz of technology, multi-tasking becomes our norm. 

Sister, you need a reboot! Daily. Here are 5 things you can today:

Why is the internet so hard on moms?- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

Why is the internet so hard on moms?- Dr. Charlynn Ruan

Every modern mom dreads the day someone will whip out a smart phone to capture your not-so-stellar parenting moments and make you the next internet target of mom-ridicule. In the internet-age, we are all at risk of becoming this week’s “tan mom,” “airport phone talking mom,” or “spray tan breastfeeding mom.”

Why people are so quick to pile criticism on mothers?