July 9, 2020

I try not to dwell on regret.  It takes a lot of energy to dwell ‘coulda’ and ‘shoulda’; and really, it’s not going to help or make the least bit of difference in what really IS, right?  Because you didn’t, and that is passed.  So get over it.   This isn’t about regret...

July 2, 2020

Can I talk to you a minute about the kindness of strangers? 

In a way, this makes me think very much of our assumptions of others, and how we can teach ourselves to assume the worst, or we can just hope for and think the best.  I think I tend to fall into the latter cat...

June 25, 2020

Dare I say it: There are so many things to learn.  If you are in the right mind set, you could literally learn a new skill or bit of info every single day.  Really, every one.  When a learning opportunity presents itself, I definitely look forward to it.  I try to keep...

June 18, 2020

It’s been a day, huh?  Kids are out of school now (not that the eLearning they were doing was taking up too much of their day, tasks piling up, working from home, trying to keep things clean and tidy ... it is just a lot, right.  A truly huge amount of a L O T....

June 11, 2020

I read this the other morning, while enjoying a cup of coffee.  It sparked a conversation over breakfast with my kids.  I think seeing what is going on in the U.S. right now is confusing for all of us, because we think we know what we believe but ... right now, everyth...

June 4, 2020

"Those who make peaceful revolution impossible, make violent revolution inevitable." ~ John F Kennedy.

I want to believe that there are still people in America who are capable of rational thought.  I do.

We are a country of every color, every religion, every belief...

May 28, 2020

I think, on random days, it's a good thing to be grateful for what we have, what we are, and what we are continuing to be.  Especially today, though, when we celebrate 20 years of marriage, it’s even more appropriate to reflect and to be grateful.

Dear Hubby, 

Oh, the pl...

May 21, 2020

Everywhere we turn, someone is asking for something.  Everywhere we go, it is what else we can do for someone else.  What about what you do for you?  

What about giving yourself 60 seconds every day to just be and to focus on you?

There is a wonderful Japa...

May 14, 2020

Dear COVID-19, 

You are a curious thing, aren't you?  Hard to pin down, hard to describe.  Apparently, you like to sneak, tip-toeing in, around and amongst people.  You've leapfrogged onto more continents than most people get to visit in person, and in such a short peri...

May 10, 2020

Mothering is likely the best 'thing' I have ever done, and ,at the same time, one of the most difficult.  Though, honestly, I’m not completely sure ‘done’ is the right word here, because really, parenting is just one long string of reactions and counter-actions, and it...

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I am Susie Csorsz Brown and I am a Certified Parent Coach through PCI, specializing in families in transition. I am also a Wellness Coach.  I have a Health background, and I practice what I preach. I have three children, so I coach from experience. I am a Foreign Service spouse (since 2000), and have learned to deal with family issues from the stress of relocation, school issues, medical situations, pregnancy and divorce as well as family angst. 

You should know, healthy eating is one of my passions.  The thing is: food can be good for you and taste good, too.  I want my kids to eat well, and to grow up knowing what smarter food options are out there.


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