Author: San Antonio Woman Editor

Health: The Pros and Cons of Serotonin

At the end of the year many women find themselves over-indulging in holiday delights that they only eat during that special time. In fact, a lot of us spend the year thinking and talking about those nostalgic family recipes that our palates are awaiting. I always say, “Enjoy … with balance and moderation.” The average woman gains 12 to 15 pounds in the month of December from making poor decisions about holiday foods. Instead, pick your battles, and partake only of things you don’t usually get to eat. Cookies, chocolates and cupcakes you can get every day, but Aunt...

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Guys to Know: Richard Aste

Richard Aste Director, McNay Art Museum Last August, the McNay Art Museum appointed Dr. Richard Aste to serve as its new director, only the third person to hold that title since the museum opened in 1954. Born in Lima, Peru, Aste grew up in Miami and developed an interest in the visual arts early on thanks to trips to Europe and Latin America. Though his first college degree was in psychology, he eventually switched to art history, earning both a master’s and a Ph.D. in this discipline, the latter from the Graduate Center of the City University of New...

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Mommy Matters: Valentine’s Day

4 Fun Ideas for Celebrating Valentine’s Day With Kids When someone says “Valentine’s Day,” we think long-stemmed red roses and gazing soulfully into the eyes of our sweetheart over a romantic dinner. Roses and romance are nice, but did you know Valentine’s Day is a fun holiday to celebrate with kids? Here are four Valentine’s Day ideas for kids that go beyond exchanging cards at school: 1. Dress up your home Colored lights and inflatable snowmen at Christmas? Check. A family of Jack O’ Lanterns on the porch in October? Check. A colorful wreath adorned with ribbons and sugar...

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Business Woman Spotlight: Dr. Viviana Coles

Dr. Viviana Coles DMFT, LMFT-S, CST, PRESIDENT of Texas Relationship Therapy PLLC What do you do? I am a licensed marriage and family therapist and certified sex therapist in private practice. I am also the lead instructor for my sex therapy certification program. Length of time at this job: I have been seeing clients since 2003 and have been working with sex therapy clients since 2006. What is it that you like best about your job? Helping individuals and couples to overcome seemingly hopeless relationship impasses is invigorating for me. I just love helping people to reconnect after disaster...

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Women in Banking

Diligence Protects the Dollar If there’s a defined path for women who desire a career in banking, it’s starting at an early age and working hard, at least according to the résumés of these five San Antonio women. Not that the teller window is where they all began.The very fact that their first paying jobs weren’t in banking at all is a testament to the truth that there’s no substitute for experience when it comes to landing a job and being successful. But these San Antonio bankers have something more than impeccable customer service skills, keen business acumen and...

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