Judith Frizlen - Author - Buffalo NY

Judith Frizlen is a supporter of mothers, creators and those striving to author their own lives.

Judy has taught teachers, parents, elementary school, and her favorite—early childhood. To serve families with young children, she founded a LifeWays Center, the Rose Garden Early Childhood Center in Buffalo, NY, based on the child development model of Rudolf Steiner.

A Woman's Voice: The Judith Frizlen Blog

  • A dream come true! I am going to read from and sign my book, Unpacking Guilt, at Chautauqua Institution on Friday, July 19th at 12:15 at the Yale House. If you can, come down and visit this amazing community of adventuresome thinkers. It is a beautiful environment, not far from Buffalo. Hope to see you there!

  • The kick-off to summer comes with picnics, a long weekend, and parades to honor soldiers who died fighting for our freedom. For me, it brings reminders of my Grandfather who died on Memorial Day, not long after the family picnic and right after my sisters and I left his bedside. He was a veteran of World War I; he knew how precious life is and that others never made it home to experience what he did.

  • The call of parenting is to be bigger, stronger, kinder and wiser than your child. That can feel like be a lot when you are sleep-deprived, struggling to balance work and family life, recalibrating your partnership, wishing you had more “me time” and experiencing everyday worries about your child’s well-being. Add a diagnosis of neuroblastoma to the picture and the myth of who you think you are might shatter along with all your plans for the next year or two.