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Need a Mom NYC

NeedaMomNYC rates vary with each project. See the menu below or contact me for an estimate.
$30/hr – New Client Rate (for each of two sessions)

$40/hr – Regular Client Rate

$10 – Travel Charge (Bushwick to another borough in NYC)

$140 – Four Session Package

$20 –  Letter Exchange or Text Session (30 mins)

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Latest Posts

Money. Adult kids asking for it. Parents giving it. Or not.

MONEY  a nuclear topic a topic about guilt and entitlement knowing when to draw the line and where the line is knowing what to ask for and when This will be the first of many posts and discussions about this. It includes kids moving back home, unemployment, under-employment, helping with…

Labels – and Why Gen Y-ers are NOT Millennials

Gen Y grew up with Saved By the Bell. Millennials did not. There’s a lot of confusion about Gen Y and Millennials. All too often Gen Y gets erroneously included in the category of Millennials. And it really pisses them off. It should. There are significant differences. It’s why I…

Weep for the mothers and children and then SPEAK OUT

The murders of two black men and five Dallas police officers have left me with a heavy heart. For one minute take away your hate, your position on guns, your fear, your racism, your politics and feel the grief of mothers and children. Try to really imagine yourself getting that…

The myth of millennial entitlement was created to hide their parents’ mistakes

THE MYTH OF MILLENNIAL ENTITLEMENT WAS CREATED TO HIDE THEIR PARENTS’ MISTAKES This is an excellent piece from Sarah Kendzior at qz.com. I urge you to read it. (and so should Hillary and the Donald and the entire US Congress) Among its very perceptive conclusions are: Critics often end up…

Comfort food for the soul: watching television with your adult child

Like the rest of us, millennials watch television to relax, to be distracted and also for reassurance and a sense of ourselves… …from identifying with The Gilmore Girls, Friends and Broad City… http://www.aarp.org/home-family/friends-family/info-2016/millennials-tv-viewing-habits.html …to seeing vibrant role models in their 70’s. http://nymag.com/thecut/2016/05/why-millennial-women-need-grace-and-frankie.html?mid=twitter_nymag Maybe like me you watched a lot of…

“Good judgement comes from experience and experience comes from bad judgement.”

Here’s an article from the Washington Post “On Parenting” column that discusses the negative aspects of the 24/7 supervision of children. Lessons from ‘The Goonies,’ and from the loss of unsupervised time for kids http:/https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/parenting/wp/2016/05/10/lessons-from-the-goonies-and-from-the-loss-of-unsupervised-time-for-kids/ The comment below echoes some other theories I’ve been hearing and reading regarding millennials not…