Sarah Brokaw

About Sarah Brokaw

Sarah Brokaw is the author of the New York Times bestseller Fortytude: Making the Next Decades the Best Years of Your Life—through the 40s, 50s and Beyond, and a licensed therapist specializing in relational dynamics. Her involvement with the wellness community is complemented by her engagement with the world at large. She is a psychotherapist, professional certified coach and philanthropist skilled at helping people on an individual—and communal—basis.

Sarah’s belief that education is a lifelong pursuit within and outside the classroom has led her to achieve some of the highest accolades in her profession. Sarah graduated from Duke University and earned a Masters in Social Work from New York University. She then received specialized training in working with families and couples from the esteemed Ackerman Institute. Her involvement with this group continued in her collaboration with the two co-directors of the Relational Trauma Project at the Ackerman Institute for Families and Couples.

How To Turn Your Greatest Weakness Into Your Greatest Strength!

When our strengths are overused, they can become our biggest weaknesses. And, when our weaknesses are shamefully hidden, they are not given the chance to show the strengths we have yet to discover. Strengths: I truly believe strengths—possessed by one person, a family, community, company or nation as a whole—can be overused. And as a result,… Continue Reading →

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When Even The Strongest Need Support

As many Facebookers often do, I often find myself absentmindedly scrolling through the updates. Not that I am not interested in what my friends are doing, but I admittedly will use Facebook as a great resource for distracting myself from the daunting tasks I don’t yet want to tackle. But recently, there was one particular… Continue Reading →

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Circle Of Life

Sarah Brokaw

As many of you may know or may not know, August is the month when the greatest number of babies are born in the United States. I took this fun fact and created a blog calendar for the month of August, in which guest bloggers could write about anything that was related to motherhood. Yes,… Continue Reading →

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