Julie Lieberman Neale

One evening during bedtime cuddles, my son Ryan opened up with concerns about the upcoming arrival of our second child. “I don’t know how to be a big brother,” he said. “What do I do when the baby cries? I don’t know how to take care of a baby! Also, you know how I’m reading [...]

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For the past few months, I have been consumed by “moving.” After finding out that we were pregnant and then determining that we wanted more space for our growing family, we took a leap of faith and put the house we’ve lived in for over a decade on the market. We were excited when it [...]

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“What is one perspective you’d like to leave behind from your thirties?” asked Elizabeth, the coach and guide I hired for the day to help me and three of my closest friends mark the transition to our 40th birthdays. “It can be a belief that is limiting you or language you use that is just [...]

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It’s funny to think that I was just graduating high school and still a child myself when I saw the movie “Parenthood” for the first time.  Although it made an impression on me at the time, it wasn’t until I became a parent myself that I could truly identify with all the emotions experienced by [...]

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