October 23, 2017

Author: Dr. Heidi Limbrunner

Why You Should Talk To Your Teen Daughter About Fifty Shades Darker

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • February 8, 2017
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As Fifty Shades Darker is released this weekend, many parents have questions or concerns about the film. Do they talk to their daughter about this movie? What do they say, if anything, about it? It’s probably a given that your teen is well aware of the movie and has talked about it with her friends. The […]

Famous Females and Their Fabulous Fathers

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • June 16, 2016
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As Fathers Day approaches, we can expect the media to focus on many celebrity dads and the way they are celebrating this special day. We likely will also see the media also focus on the not-so-great or the disaster-prone father-daughter relationships (think Britney Spears father or Billy Ray Cyrus). But, infrequently has the spotlight been […]

Famous Dads and Their Daughters: The Importance of the Father-Daughter Relationship

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • June 14, 2016
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There is no doubt of the power of the father daughter relationship. More and more, research has proven that there is a strong need for girls to have a positive male role model in their life. Here are a few suggestions of how fathers can play an important part in their child’s life and examples […]

Top 15 Reality TV Moments of 2015

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • December 7, 2015
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A lot has happened on reality TV for 2015. It was difficult to pick just 15 memorable moments, but here’s a stab at it. 15. Return of the Original Teen Mom Although they had their “finale” years ago, Teen Mom returned in 2015. To make things a bit more controversial, Farrah Abrahams was brought back […]

Why HIIT Hits Our Culture’s Sweet Spot

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • August 5, 2015
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HIIT training is the exercise de jour of the day. HIIT training or high intensity interval training is what drives the exercise phenomena of P90X and beach body. Some Crossfit programs are also HIIT focused. Exercise programs tend to be a bit trendy. In the 1970’s it was jazzercise and during the 1980’s we saw […]

Getting Emotional with Pixar’s Inside Out

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • June 10, 2015
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Many pediatricians have said that Disney’s Doc McStuffins helped decrease children’s fear of the doctor’s office. As a psychologist and a parent, my hope is that Inside Out will help children have relatable characters for talking about their emotions. As a society, we typically provide minimal education for children about emotions and even less for […]

The Evolution of Don Draper

  • by Dr. Heidi Limbrunner
  • May 29, 2015
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For seven years we have followed the character of Don Draper in the hit series Mad Men. Love him or hate him, without debate he is a complicated character with many flaws and strengths. Draper is portrayed as an adulterer, a narcissist, an alcoholic, and an absent father. Why love him? Because he’s also a […]