Are you ready to change your story?

Is it time to end all the stories you have been telling and begin to live as your authentic self?

Are you in transition?Ready to shift where you have been?

Are you like so many who have:

*tried over and over to change decades old patterns, behaviors, habits or addictions and constantly feeling stuck, frustrated and at a dead end.
*feel your past is still driving your everyday life and have begun to wonder if you will ever have the life you dream of.
*hear others talk about all your successes, and yet deep within you, you feel like a fraud?*want to know how to move forward in your life in all phases, spiritual emotional and physical?

Is it time to rejuvenate your spirit, increase your energy, new way of being and dive in to find your authentic life?  

Hi, I am Sangeet Ram, Ed.D, LMHC (MH11362 Florida) My passion is to guide you in~ Dropping your old stories, patterns and limiting beliefs~ Breaking free from fear, feeling frustrated or stuck~ Becoming happier in every aspect of your life~ Rejuvenate your energy and creativity~ Find your passion, joy, inner light and purpose.

I have guided many people as a licensed mental health counselor and coach helping them heal from the results of trauma, dysfunctional family and abandonment patterns, and limiting beliefs. 

A few years ago, I recognized that the tools I had learned in psychology did not help everyone break free in dropping their old stories and limiting beliefs and patterns, become free of fears and find their authentic selves.Truthfully, it wasn’t just my clients, I saw myself still being stuck in some old dysfunctional family patterns and beliefs.  Intuitively, I knew every person is entitled to a life full of passion, joy and happiness.  It was time to find it.  I began my search and found not only a teacher and mentor but an amazing friend (www.lianashanti.com) who has taught and shared with me Shamanic Energy Healing. Today, I guide clients using all the tools and techniques I have learned with humanistic and positive psychology, family systems therapy, energy psychology and healing, and spiritual practices to guide you to dropping and changing your stories and to uncover your authentic self and begin to live the life you came to earth to live.To learn more about me, explore my website www.sangeetram.comContact me via:Email: Phone: 941-962-3306I am accepting new clients for in-person sessions in Bradenton/Sarasota Florida, as well as clients via the telephone and Internet.I would be blessed to be by your side as you rewrite your story.


Current Services:
Individual, Couple or Family sessions- 50-55 minutes in length. 

Support Groups beginning in February 2018 (will be via telephone)6-week support group, meeting for 90 minutes weeks.  Total cost $120.00~ Women in relationship transition~ Grief and Loss   
Mom Online Support Groups


The list below selects some of the top mom bloggers today, in no particular order. They offer support, inspiration and tips that resemble a well-curated a Pinterest board.

1. I Am Not the BabysitterIn I Am not the Babysitter, Jamie Lynne Grumet writes about her experience as a mother of two sons, one biological, the other adopted from Ethiopia. "I am chronically mistaken for the babysitter of my children. Ironically, our babysitter is always mistaken for my kids’ mom — even when I’m there!" she writes. Grumet's blog is primarily narrative-driven. She writes about lifestyle decisions like attachment parenting and homeschooling, but also highlights important social issues like clean water in Ethiopia and same-sex marriage. You may recognize Grumet from a controversial Time magazine cover, in which she breastfeeds her three-year-old son.

2. Jolly MomImage courtesy of Jolly Mom, Piera JollyPiera Jolly is the blogger behind Jolly Mom, one of the most beautiful, well-designed mom blogs out there. It offers crafting tips, recipes, product reviews and giveaways. Notable posts include "Beat the Heat With Some Yummy & Healthy Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles" and "Camping With Preschoolers — Activity Ideas."

3. Screen PlayJeana Lee Tahnk hosts her Screen Play blog on Parenting Magazine. She writes about the intersection of tech and parenting and offers excellent reviews of gadgets and apps for the modern family. Notable posts include "Interactive Pajamas Is a Thing That Actually Exists" and "Possibly Twins Reunited Through Facebook, YouTube and Kickstarter." Tahnk is associate editor of Cool Mom Tech and a tech PR consultant.

4. DigitwirlCarley Knobloch shows off her charm as a vlogger in her tech-focused YouTube channel, Digitwirl. With tips like how to digitize your old photos and manage your money on Mint, Knobloch reviews apps, products and online services to help parents get the most out of available tech solutions. Editor's Note: Jeana Lee Tahnk and Carley Knobloch have both previously contributed to Mashable.

5. DIY InspiredImage courtesy of DIY Inspired, DinahDinah is the crafty mastermind behind the DIY Inspired blog, which boasts of creative DIY party themes, sweet gift ideas and nifty re-purposing tricks. She encourages readers to submit their own creative craft project ideas, and often features other bloggers on her site. Dinah is an active pinner on Pinterest, too, with just under 3,000 followers. Her blog has received recognition from prominent mommy blogging networks, such as Top Mommy Blogs, Circle of Moms' "Top 25 Creative Moms" and Martha's Circle, a network of DIY blogs chosen by Martha Stewart editors.

6. Obviously MarvelousMarcie is a stay-at-home mom who writes about raising her three kids on Obviously Marvelous. The most inspiring thing about this blog is that she creates public challenges for herself and her family, then updates her blog as she completes those challenges. Marcie posts her lifelong bucket list, her 2013 resolutions and her 30-day blog challenge. While the blog does offer useful product reviews, recipes and safety tips, its core strength is Marcie's inspirational personal accomplishments.

7. Make it or Fix it YourselfSharon Hodge left her job in the education field to raise her two daughters. She started her blog after discovering a natural knack for handiwork. She gives great life-hacking advice, from whitening your favorite blouse with toothpaste to medicine cabinet makeovers.

8. Happy Being HealthyMelanie is the self-proclaimed "health and fitness enthusiast" behind Happy Being Healthy. Her blog offers workout motivation, advice, exercises and healthy family recipes. The layout is clear and uncluttered, with great pictures that break up the usual monotony of most text-based blogs.

9. Thrifty Nifty MommyImage courtesy of Thrifty Nifty Mommy, JanessaOn Thrifty Nifty Mommy, Janessa writes product reviews and hosts giveaway competitions for home- and parenting-related products, especially ones "geared towards living life more naturally." While the reviews on Thrifty Nifty Mommy are of high quality, the strength of the blog is in its strong network.Six other bloggers joined the Thrifty Nifty Mommy blogger network in December 2012. The network focuses on product reviews, but each blogger offers her unique point-of-view on mommy blogging:
  • Ruth writes about cloth diapers and reviews products on Viva Veltoro.
  • Amanda writes about homeschooling and recipes on Open Hands.
  • Larisha curates guest posts on parenting and provides delicious-looking recipes on We're Parents?
  • Alex mainly reviews products on Mommy's Craft Obsession.
  • Jessica reviews products, hosts giveaways and writes about raising her daughter and autistic son on iHeart Motherhood.
  • Megan of writes about her Nutrisystem diet, posts family recipes and offers scrapbooking tips on Housewife On a Mission..

10. Top Mommy BlogsTop Mommy Blogs is another network of high-quality mommy bloggers. The site provides ample links to different blogs, as well as a discussion board called "TMB Lounge" where moms can promote their blogs, tell funny family stories or trade dieting secrets. Select any topic from the right-hand side to see a list of blogs covering topics from frugal living to adoption.