Lyris

Author's details

Name: Lyris Bacchus
Date registered: September 1, 2008
URL: http://lyrisbacchus.com

Biography

Hi! My names is Lyris Bacchus Steuber. I am a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, wife, and mother of two. I have been in practice for 15 years and perhaps like you have lived through heartbreak, grief, loss, betrayal and depression. This blog contains personal lessons learned as well as clinical advice if you are seeking counseling. It is my pleasure to offer you hope 4 your healing.

Latest posts

  1. 10 Things That Determine Your Worth as a Woman — April 24, 2014
  2. Anger in Families — October 8, 2013
  3. Coping with Job Loss in Today’s Economy — September 20, 2013
  4. How to Love a Woman with a Broken Heart — September 13, 2013
  5. 10 Things About Early Motherhood Your Girlfriends Never Told You. — September 11, 2013

Most commented posts

  1. 10 Things About Early Motherhood Your Girlfriends Never Told You. — 3 comments

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Apr 24

10 Things That Determine Your Worth as a Woman

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10 Things That Determine Your Worth as a Woman 1.  The size of your heart 2.  The number of nights you sacrifice your sleep for your family 3.  The meals you have cooked for your family, new moms, or sick friends. 4.  The minutes you spend on the phone crying with your sister or girlfriend …

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Oct 08

Anger in Families

“Mommy I am frustrated,” my two year old toddler growled at me in her highchair while spitting her food out.  I looked at my husband and sarcastically said, “I wonder where she gets that from?”  My mini-me had just mimicked what I expressed five minutes ago.  Not ten minutes later there was yelling about a …

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Sep 20

Coping with Job Loss in Today’s Economy

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Among life-altering events, such as the death of a family member, divorce, and a serious illness, losing your job ranks among the highest in stress-causing situations. Job loss can have a profound effect on your emotional well-being. You may experience symptoms of depression such as isolation, a loss of interest in activities, an increased need …

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Sep 13

How to Love a Woman with a Broken Heart

I thought I would never find love again.  Not after going through the worst heartbreak of all, being betrayed by my husband.  As a young married newly graduate student I thought I had the world in front of me:  career, marriage, a new house, everything a young woman could want.  Five years later it all …

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Sep 11

10 Things About Early Motherhood Your Girlfriends Never Told You.

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My kids are 2 & 3 1/2 and I find myself only having recently come out from my “Mommy fog.”  You know the one which you are in if you decided to stay home with your babies before going back to work.  I can now actually leave them alone with the TV to take a …

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Sep 10

Postpartum Depression

My second child was a breeze to take care of.  She was so less demanding than my son.  He was a preemie who required 3 hour feedings to thrive and who didn’t sleep through the night until 6 months.  In contrast, she slept through the night at 6 weeks and was a happy, cheerful baby. …

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Aug 30

Can Your Marriage Survive a Financial Storm?

Many of the couples I’ve seen in the last 6 months are experiencing financial panic and worry.With banks, auto companies and businesses going under every day lots of couples now find themselves in a situation in which one or both people have lost their job. When this happens marriages become strained.Why?Because when a financial storm …

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