Tag Archives: neuroscience

Seven secrets to setting (and achieving) goals as a new mom

Seven secrets to setting (and achieving) goals as a new mom

In late 2017 I joined a research team working on the psychology of goal-setting and goal-coaching during the perinatal period. I’m not a goal setting expert by any means, but together with technologists, maternal health experts, clinicians, and psychologists, the team reviewed the evidence around goal achievement, primarily from neurobiology as well as evaluation of… Read More

Three mind-body strategies for managing frustration

Three mind-body strategies for managing frustration

Picture this You finally managed to find the time to scrub a reddish brownish stain out of your couch. It could have been ketchup. Might have been fruit juice. May be something else from a really long time ago that has since turned that reddish brownish color. Nevertheless, you got it out and are taking… Read More