Monday, May 12, 2008

Spiritual Mom-ent

Dr. Sujay, the minister the New York Times described as "Billy Graham and Oprah rolled into one" shares her winning formula for facing life's transitions with confidence and faith.


Sunday, April 20, 2008

Helping a 9-Year-Old Cope with Loss

Guest blogger Role Mommy shares how her daughter recently grieved after losing her favorite teacher.

When I heard the news about Cameron Diaz losing her own dad suddenly and the tips Mom•Logic offered to help adults cope, I began to reflect on a tragic loss my own daughter faced this week when her beloved teacher, and her husband died in a house fire caused by a bolt of lightning.


Pope Inspires Teachable Mom-ent

The Pope's visit to the U.S. sparks ML's spiritual advisor, Rabbi Sherre Hirsch, to teach her children about other religions.

Tonight, I'm going to talk to my children about the Pope's visit. Not just that he visited a synagogue, but who he is and what he means for millions of people world wide.


Sunday, April 13, 2008

A Spiritual Mom-ent

Since you've only got about a minute, here's a quick inspirational thought from friend of Mom•Logic Rabbi Sherre Hirsch.

"Expectations are complicated. It is hard to know how much to expect versus how much to accept. Usually, the higher the expectations, the more we feel disappointed. Have you ever become so concerned with pleasing others and meeting their expectations that you have stopped hearing your own dreams?"

Sunday, April 6, 2008

A Spiritual Mom-ent

Since you've only got about a minute, here's a quick inspirational thought from friend of Mom•Logic Rabbi Sherre Hirsch.

"In life there are no "do-overs." We all have a past. We cannot erase time or go back. Things happened, but they are over. They no longer need to define us."

- Rabbi Sherre Hirsch, author of We Plan, God Laughs. Click here for your chance to win a copy of We Plan, God Laughs, which is also available on Amazon.


Sunday, March 2, 2008

Church Turns Child into Monster?

Jackie's Mom•Logic: I grew up Catholic, but my son's a practicing narcissist.

Narcissism is a common trait in 3-year-olds, right? It's not their fault--at that age, the world really is all about them. But isn't it our job as Moms to show them that there's more to life than their needs and teach them to be mindful of that?


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