Liz Cobb is on this episode teaching us: Ways to prioritize self-care and allow it to be easy while raising small children Becoming aware of our often automatic self-talk and how to shift into empowering thoughts and emotions Creating habits that support your mental and emotional well-being How to Use hypnosis to support your mindset and dreams. Connect on IG: https://www.instagram.com/mamafollowingherjoy/ Facebook info: https://www.facebook.com/elizabeth.cobb.96 Chance to sign up for one of the ten free coaching: subscribepage.io/LizCobb Sponsors: OneSkin, Mosh and Lume new customers get $5 off Lume's Starter Pack with code CHAVA at LumeDeodorant.com Get 15% off with the code CHAVA at oneskin.co Head to moshlife.com/CHAVA to save 20% off plus FREE shipping on your first 6-count Trial Pack. References: Episode on Sperm health https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/preparing-for-pregnancy-with-lisa-hendrickson-jack/id1343507855?i=1000448339460 Articles on Sperm Health https://www.sixthtone.com/news/1012722 https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27994040/ Why Chava? Episode 248: https://podcasts.apple.com/jm/podcast/ep-248-welcome-to-morning-chava/id1343507855?i=1000593089125 Chava Meaning https://www.chabad.org/multimedia/video_cdo/aid/3506698/jewish/Inside-the-Name-Chava.htm
To Snoo or not to Snoo? Pick your baby gear indulgence and add to cart! Kulap Vilaysack, host of the Who Charted? and Add to Cart podcasts, sits down with Biz to talk hero journeys, long roads to motherhood, and the line between baby Keurigs and wipe warmers.Listen to Kulap's podcast with SuChin Pak, Add to Cart, wherever fine pods are cast. Watch Kulap's autobiographical documentary, Origin Story, on Amazon Prime.Thank you to all our listeners who support the show as monthly members of MaximumFun.org. Go to MaximumFun.org/join to become a member! This week, we're sponsored by Bombas. Go to Bombas.com/BADMOTHER and use code BADMOTHER for 20% off your first purchase.Share a personal or commercial message on the show! Details at MaximumFun.org/Jumbotron.Visit our Linktree for our website, merch, and more! https://linktr.ee/onebadmotherYou can suggest a topic or a guest for an upcoming show by sending an email to email@example.com.Show MusicSummon the Rawk, Kevin MacLeod (www.incompetech.com)Ones and Zeros, Awesome, Beehive SessionsMom Song, Adira Amram, Hot Jams For TeensTelephone, Awesome, Beehive SessionsMama Blues, Cornbread Ted and the ButterbeansMental Health Resources:Therapy for Black Girls – Therapyforblackgirls.comDr. Jessica Clemmens – https://www.askdrjess.comBLH Foundation – borislhensonfoundation.orgThe Postpartum Support International Warmline - 1-800-944-4773 (1-800-944-4PPD)The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) Helpline - 1-800-662-4357 (1-800-662-HELP)Suicide Prevention Hotline: Call or chat. They are here to help anyone in crisis. Dial 988 for https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org and there is a chat option on the website.Crisis Text Line: Text from anywhere in the USA (also Canada and the UK) to text with a trained counselor. A real human being.USA text 741741Canada text 686868UK text 85258Website: https://www.crisistextline.orgNational Sexual Assault: Call 800.656.HOPE (4673) to be connected with a trained staff member from a sexual assault service provider in your area.https://www.rainn.orgNational Domestic Violence Hotline: https://www.thehotline.org/help/Our advocates are available 24/7 at 1-800-799-SAFE (7233) in more than 200 languages. All calls are free and confidential.They suggest that if you are a victim and cannot seek help, ask a friend or family member to call for you.Teletherapy Search: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapists/online-counseling
What if you practiced mindfulness and focused on the beauty of the time you do have with your child still at home? We'll learn to let go in the fall, but the summer is for embracing your child now. Helpful Links: Book a free discovery session here. Subscribe to receive weekly emails from Pamela here.
Caught up in Motherhood, WAHM, Self-Care, Family, Time Management, Balance
When was the last time you had a date night with your spouse? As a busy parent, it can be challenging to find the time and energy to plan a night out. However, there's no need to worry! In this podcast episode, we'll explore some of my favorite at-home date night ideas that are perfect for reconnecting with your partner once the kids are in bed. Remember that date nights don't always have to be elaborate or require leaving the house. With some creativity and intention, you can enjoy meaningful and fun moments with your spouse from the comfort of your home. By setting the scene, engaging in games, and embracing your inner child, you can nurture and strengthen your relationship, The key is to be present, actively listen, and cherish the time spent together. So, the next time you find yourself with a free evening, why not plan an at-home date night and reconnect with your spouse? You won't regret it! You got this, Mama, Jessa Screenshot today's show and share it on IG stories. Tag me, @thejessaraye, and I'll share your story on mine too. Feeling lost in Motherhood, and simply need to connect with another mama and talk about how things are going? Let's jump on a Free Call and discuss the ups and downs of your motherhood journey. https://calendly.com/jessaraye/mama-connection Join my private Facebook community with other moms just like you at https://www.facebook.com/groups/caughtupinmotherhood
The Irish Mummy Podcast | Work Life Balance
Adam felt inspired to talk about this today because he and Patty were away last Friday and Saturday and had a really tough time in a great way. They were out hunting in the mountains with a guide, but the guide lost his GPS, so he had to go back and search for it while Adam and the kids were left alone for a bit, which is when they came upon some Native American site with a bunch of arrowheads that were hundreds of years old. They had been hiking for a while and Patty asked how much longer they had, to which Adam replied “About an hour.” As they persevered, they came upon some more fun discoveries that, along with having to face adversity, really made the whole adventure worth it. Tired, but found some Elk 4:00The lesson to teach 7:25Coming across a river 9:05Gratitude and learning not to be attached to things 16:35Helping them understand their limits 20:05“I said ‘You're doing something really, really hard' and I said ‘We don't know when it's gonna finish, but we know it will finish.' and I said ‘In life, you'll come up against these tough things that feel like they're never going to end, but everything has a finish.' And something just changed in him, and he was like ‘Yeah Dad, I can do this.'” 8:19https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/Pick up a copy of Journal to Joy. My NEW 90 Day Goals, Gratitude & Affirmation Journal to Create a Happy & Abundant Life.https://www.theirishmummy.com/Subscribe to Letters to My Sisters Newsletter. You will hear EVERYTHING here first.https://www.theirishmummy.com/
***Explicit - we talk about eating disorders - if this is a negative trigger for you, please pass on this one*** I'm SO excited about this week's episode; it's with funny, wise and kind Louise Boyce (AKA Mamma Still Got It). When Louise asked to come on the podcast, I knew I wanted to dig deeper and learn about the woman behind the little hands and how her experience of motherhood and life have shaped who she is today. We talk about her experiences: The modelling industry and her eating disorder What her matrescence was like (Her transition into motherhood) How she found true confidence in herself What she really thinks about social media And so much more. I think you're going to really love this episode. Special thanks to our sponsor Athletic Greens: Visit https://athleticgreens.com/motherkind for a FREE year supply of immune-supporting Vitamin D AND 5 free travel packs with your first purchase. Continue the conversation Come engage with Zoe and our community over on Instagram for inspiration, tips, and sometimes a bit of humour to get us through our day - @zoeblaskey Join our mailing list to receive news, updates and new episode releases by clicking here.
This is a fun episode with my friend, Bri Sutherland, homeschooling mom of 3. We chat about how she stays sane being around her kids 24/7 :) We chat briefly about why she started her small business, a hobby farm. We also have a really neat conversation about how to help our kids develop friendships and about how to figure out what to give our kiddos for their birthday!--------------------------------------------------------Find Bri here: www.facebook.com/farmatallcNew episodes post every Thursday!Watch for RAW CONVERSATIONS with mamas every month! Want to be a guest? Click here:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf8HSieo2ZXe4DOesXnlzb-WerDhA9U9wZXEIqoDd7IWUPg6Q/viewformCome hang with me on IG, it's my fave place to be:https://www.instagram.com/amberwilfahrt
What does your ADHD look like? Does it look like impulsiveness, hyperactivity and the irresistible urge to fidget – the signs we constantly hear about in men and boys? Or does it look more like forgetting to put on deodorant or brush your teeth, trouble keeping track of all your kid's appointments, absent-mindedly twirling your hair, or excessive talking when you get excited? (If you've ever gotten “talks too much” on your report card as a kid, you know what I mean!) ADHD can look different in women – and just because you don't have the “classic” signs, doesn't mean you don't have ADHD. In this episode of Motherhood in ADHD, Dr. Sasha Hamdani, a board-certified psychiatrist and ADHD specialist, shares about the symptoms of ADHD in women, and SO much more, including: *Dr. Sasha's own diagnosis story, and her experience as a mom with ADHD *ADHD diagnosis in children: how to talk to your kids about their diagnosis in a non-judgmental and supportive way *When it's time to seek professional help for your ADHD symptoms *ADHD and hormones: how your cycle affects your symptoms *Self-care tips for the emotional side of ADHD *The benefits of partnering with an ADHD specialist, and how to find the right professional *How to speak to your loved ones about your ADHD, while clarifying it's an explanation and not an excuse *Answers to all YOUR burning questions that you shared in our Motherhood in ADHD private Facebook group (P.S. You should join if you haven't yet!) BIG thanks to Dr. Sasha Hamdani for sharing your wisdom and expertise with us! To hear more about ADHD from Dr. Sasha, follow her on Instagram: @thepsychdoctormd To learn more about Dr. Sasha's psychiatry practice, visit her website: drhamdanimd.com **This material is not intended as medical advice. Please consult your doctor or a trained medical professional to find the treatment plan that best fits your personal situation.** This episode originally aired as episode 140 and is part of our summer Best Of Friends series. Craving people who understand how you work instead of judging you??? Come hang out with me and other ADHD Moms in our twice weekly Successful Mama Meetups! Join here: https://www.patriciasung.com/meetup Find links to everything mentioned in this episode & read the transcript here: https://www.patriciasung.com/podcast/episode-192-What-are-the-symptoms-of-ADHD-in-women-When- -How-to-get-Adult-ADHD-diagnosis-with-Psychiatrist-Dr-Sasha-Hamdani
Finding Joy in Motherhood, Janet Quinlan
Love Languages are ways in which we express our love for our spouse and ways we like to receive love from our spouse. But, very often, our love language is not the same. Although the concept of love languages is an excellent tool to grow in a relationship, we have to be careful that we don't use them against our spouse and our relationship.Looking for a Catholic life coach to help you navigate marriage and motherhood? Sign up for a free coaching session with me to see how coaching can help you achieve the life you want! Go to janetquinlan.com for more information.Follow me on Instagram @janetquinlancoaching
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Motherhood is a beautiful journey, but it can also be overwhelming and stressful at times. In this episode of the Purpose Driven Mom Show, Cara Harvey interviews Amber Trueblood, licensed marriage and family therapist, author, speaker, and coach, on coping strategies and self-acceptance for moms dealing with anxiety. Amber shares her mission to help moms create health, wealth, connection, and happiness in their lives through practical tools and strategies. She explains how her new book, "The Unflustered Mom," helps moms understand their anxiety styles and provides personalized strategies to manage anxiety. Amber emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, self-acceptance, and celebrating your strengths while also identifying areas where you may need to make changes. The conversation touches on the different types of anxiety and the challenges of explaining it to others. Amber provides preventative and in-the-moment strategies tailored to each anxiety style, as well as tips for creating an emotional emergency support plan. She also encourages moms to create a safe and supportive community and model healthy coping strategies for their children. Cara and Amber stress the importance of open communication and seeking help when needed. This episode offers practical advice, resources, and encouragement for moms struggling with anxiety, and emphasizes the impact it can have on oneself and others. If you're a mom dealing with anxiety, don't hesitate to reach out for help and support. Amber's book and website offer personalized strategies and resources, and the Purpose Driven Mom Summit provides practical tips for summer routines for work-at-home moms. Remember to celebrate your strengths, raise the white flag when you need to, and approach challenging situations with self-awareness and compassion. Join the FREE Purpose Driven Mom Summit at: apurposedrivenmom.com/summit2023 The 15-Minute Formula Book by: Cara Harvey https://apurposedrivenmom.com/book Join the Purpose Driven Mom Club at: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/club FREE GOAL-SETTING SERIES: https://apurposedrivenmom.com/goals A PURPOSE-DRIVEN MOM SHOW NOTES: apurposedrivenmom.com/podcast338
As a mom with three young kids, I look forward to lazy summer days that are a little less structured than the rest of the year. And along with that, I plan on doing a bit of a summer reset. Not just a nutritional reset but a whole body and soul reset. Including mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual. In this episode, I want to share with you a list of things I plan on doing to slow down and be more present with myself and my family this summer. Want to do a reset along with me? DM me and let me know that you are going to try giving yourself a reset. I would love to hear from you. I challenge you to make just a few tiny changes throughout your day and be mindful of what helps you be the best version of yourself. Please follow along with A Well + Nourished Soul podcast on your favorite listening platform and leave a rating and review of the show. If you want to dive even deeper, visit www.awellandnourishedsoul.com to join our private community. Schedule an individual coaching session with me: https://www.awellandnourishedsoul.com/angel#book Come connect with me on Instagram @AshleyJGeorge. I love hearing from you!
Anxiety…who doesn't deal with it from time to time? Anxiety can actually lead to a more mindful life - even becoming a superpower for sensitive people. How do we unlock the hidden potential of anxiety? How can it actually fuel personal growth? These are things that Dr. Jeanne Retief and I discuss as we explore the “seek for serenity.” Jeanne has a long family history of mental illness and had a difficult home life growing up. She was always an anxious child, but panic disorder manifested in 2015 when she was traveling for work and had an attack that landed her in the emergency room. Despite her background in human rights consulting, Jeanne decided to take a break to focus on her own healing journey. She hopes that by sharing her story, she can help normalize mental health struggles and offer a platform for others to find catharsis and support. “Everyone heals differently.” Weighing options to medicate for mental illness Potential red flags when choosing a healthcare provider Techniques for coping with chronic anxiety and “making friends” with it Reframing self-care as nourishing, not fixing Why meditating doesn't work during periods of severe stress & anxiety Dr. Jeanne's skincare is my new favorite. Get a set of free skincare samples on her site: www.figgilife.com and 20% off purchase with the code StandSpeakShine (June 7-July7) Also! REGISTRATION IS OPEN for my Women's Wisdom Circle! We start June 19~ Find out more here: www.standspeakshine.com/wwc
Mamas Know Best, We Got Something to Say!
The Motherhood Village podcast is powered by Eaton Financial Group: where their motto is to live well, work hard and give generously. Under the leadership of Doug Eaton - Eaton provides counsel to its family of clients on complex financial issues, delivering a high level of proactive care and customized financial plans that meet each client's individual needs. The firm specializes in assisting women who handle household financial planning, by acting in a fiduciary capacity – meaning your best interests are their first priority. For a relaxed and no obligation cup of coffee and second opinion – live or virtually – visit eatonfinancialgroup.com to set an appointment. Jodi Klaristenfeld is the founder of FLRRiSH. She is a mom to an adorable little girl who was born at 28 weeks due to a rare and life-threatening form of preeclampsia and HELLP Syndrome. After her daughter's early birth, Jodi quickly discovered preemie moms and dads aren't always given the support they need. As a result, she created FLRRiSH, a platform that offers NICU parent education, empowerment, support and resources to help families navigate this beautiful and challenging journey. Jodi, her husband and her family live in NYC. In this episode, Jodi and I discuss: How FLRRISH supports NICU parents through coaching and other services. Maternal Mental Health and how it relates to preemie moms. Ways loved ones can support their family or friends who are NICU parents. The misconceptions of NICU families. How to reset your mindset as a preemie mom, and how to get help for yourself and for your children who need extra support. Connect with Jodi on Instagram, Facebook and LinkedIn Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.motherhood.village1/ YouTube: The Motherhood Village - YouTube LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolegcumberbatch/ Website: https://www.themotherhoodvillage.com/ Loved this episode? Leave a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-motherhood-village-podcast/id1487274178
Today on A Home That Heals we pause to think about how embracing grateful living can help us do a 180 even when times get tough. How do we have an attitude of gratitude, and finding intentional ways to incorporate that attitude into our daily lives are just a few things we discuss on today's podcast. Join A Home That Heals Community: www.ahomethatheals.comwww.youtube.com/ahomethatheals5659 www.rumble.com/ahomethatheals www.facebook.com/ahomethatheals wwww.instagram.com/ahomethatheals A Home That Heals podcast is brought to you by our generous sponsors KTSY and Barefoot Media
Trending with Timmerie - Catholic Principals applied to today's experiences.
Clinical social worker and psychoanalysis Erica Komisar joins Trending to discuss why we should follow the science on motherhood and childcare. (2:10) How to choose family over career. (24:47) The 5 precepts of the Church. (43:34) Drew Barrymore corrects the media that she doesn't wish her mom dead, but what about healing as an adult when there is a wound from your parents? (46:39) Resources mentioned : Book: Being There: Why Prioritizing Motherhood in the First Three Years Matters https://www.amazon.com/Being-There-Prioritizing-Motherhood-Matters/dp/0143109294 How to be present to your child https://relevantradio.com/2022/10/why-moms-matter-how-to-be-present-to-your-child-2/ More episodes with Erica Komisar https://relevantradio.com/?cat=23210&s=Erica+Komisar
Welcome back! This season, we start with a conversation about the power or (and struggle around) connection with our kids. We deep dive into why a string attachment and connection with our kids is imperative for their healthy development and also why it so often feels so hard. Throughout this episode, we share examples from our own mothering in times that we have both stayed in connection and also lost connection and why paying attention to these wins and misses matters. You will walk away with some solid ideas on how to best stay steady amidst the storms that inevitably come as you mother your kids from infancy through adulthood. To learn about and work with Deb and to sign up for her newsletter visit https://motherdaughterjourney.co To learn about and work with Kate and to sign up for her newsletter visit https://www.katekripke.com Like this podcast and episode? Please share with a friend. The more we reach out to each other the less likely it is that moms feel alone. The Importance of Connection | Motherhood Uncut Season 3 Episode 1 --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/motherhood-uncut/message
I wrote a book! This episode will give you a little sneak peek. Here is the book summary: As covenant women and mothers in the latter days, we have a holy work to do. Our prophet has invited us to create homes that are sancutaries of faith, Yet as the world rages around us and we see the adversary at work on our precious children, it's easy to become discouraged. We may wonder where we should focus our energy, or worry that our best efforts won't be enough. That is exactly what our enemy wants. He wants the mothers in Zion to be discouraged and afraid. He doesn't want us to understand the extent of our influence. He doesn't want us to rise to our full potential! "The Power of a Fatihful Mother" is an energizing reminder of our ability to make an impact in the lives of our children. Whether you are a new mother or a seasoned pro, this book is a must-read. Drawing on scriptures, modern prophets, and real-life stories of mothers who are "in the trenches," it will teach you how to access Godly power, and empower you to face the future with faith.
Are you grappling with feelings of fatherlessness? Do you long to discover the path toward becoming healed and whole? There is nothing like the love of a father but what happens when this relationship leaves you wounded and in distress? How do you muster the courage to admit you're not okay while finding [...]
Motherhood can be a time of great joy and love; yet it is not uncommon for feelings of irritability and rage to set in either during pregnancy or during those postpartum months and beyond. On this episode, I welcome Ashurina Ream-a licensed clinical psychologist, mom, and founder of Psyched Mommy. She joins me to discuss: What is perinatal rage and why can it happenHow to recognize you need supportHow to communicate your needs with loved ones including your partner Learn more about the Dr. Ashurina Ream and Psyched Mommy at psychedmommy.com or follow on Instagram and Facebook @psychedmommyEpisode Links and Resources:Postpartum Support InternationalSPONSORAre you a cereal lover looking for a delicious cereal with no added sugar? Enter Magic Spoon. I never thought it was possible to find a cereal that tastes DELICIOUS but is high in protein and contains 0g of sugar.Check out their cereals and various flavors like fruity, blueberry muffin, frosted, maple waffle, birthday cake, cinnamon roll, peanut butter, and my favorite cocoa — magicspoon.com/pedsdoctalk and use promo code PEDSDOCTALK to save today!
Listen in, as I bring Fitish Marketing Director Dani Szabo to talk about being a newish mother. What is it like balancing work and being a mother?Share with us your stories at email@example.comSponsorKiwiCo - Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line at Kiwico.com/FITISH.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4483462/advertisement
Like any teenager in love, Londyn never thought the first time she was intimate with her boyfriend would get her pregnant. However, when Londyn found out she was pregnant at 17 years old, she began a journey through self-discovery and navigating relationships with her support system. In this episode, she shares her journey through pregnancy to postpartum and offers up words of support for any other young moms going through the same thing.Check out Londyn's blog: lovelaughmom.comConnect with her on Instagram: @llondnnSupport the showConnect with Lina on @linaforrestal on InstagramFollow the @newmamaspodcast on InstagramRead Lina's Blog: www.linaforrestal.comSupport the Show: Buy Me a Coffee (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/newmamaspodcast)
This week on Parent Tell, Kaila talks with fellow podcaster Daisy Davis-Marcelo about her experience with C-Section recovery. Daisy has been through 3 Cesarean Sections, each of their labor journeys vastly different from one another. Daisy shares with Kaila the painful (unfortunately, pun intended) realities of physically and mentally recovering from a C-Section and the two moms openly discuss how hard giving birth is, why conversations like these are still a must, and the importance of taking care of yourself amidst going through matrescence. You can check out Daisy's podcast, The C-Spot, here and follow/support on IG hereFollow Parent Tell on InstagramSupport Parent Tell on PatreonSend Kaila an email with your parenting story at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are talking on this episode about how to help regulate your child's emotions. This is not a skill children are born with it develops. We will go over some tips and tools on how to help your child navigate their emotions, and we also go over some ways to help you the parent stay calm. Please excuse my dog, every time I do an episode about tantrums, he has one too! What we go over on how to regulate your child's emotions:What is self-regulation for a child?What are signs that a child has good or bad self-regulations skills.The core of why most children are having tantrums and issues is that they are needing to gain the ability to regulate their emotions.Joe Newman talks about how when a child has too much power, they don't know what to do with it. They are really reaching their hand out to their parent when they have too much power and asking who is going to meet my hand, by enforcing a firm boundary and staying consistent. Check out Episode 29 for more about this. Why children need strong boundaries. How the different ways parents grew up affect parenting styles. How suppressed emotions affect your parenting. How being inconsistent with your child confuses your child.Why explaining during a tantrum is not helpful. Make sure to validate and show empathy when your child is having big emotions. If you are feeling anxious when you know a tantrum is coming, your child will feel this as well. This is when you have to stay calm and anchored. What to do when your child is hitting you. Know that the tantrums will get bigger when you start to let them regulate and be prepared to be calm to help them through it. It is ok to walk away during a tantrum, as long as it's not a punishment. Why using my method PARR is so important to help stay calm when handling tantrums and hard emotions. PARR is Pause, Acknowledge, Respond, ReflectReally pinpoint what is coming up for you so you can navigate stressful situations more effectively. It does get easier when your child learns to self-regulate, I promise you. You have to let your child do the hard part, let them go through the emotions. I am opening up more spots for my 8-week 1:1 coaching so make sure to book your free call, link in the resources below. Resources:I reference Episode 29 - Raising Lion with Joe Newman, make sure to check out this episode for tips on how to set boundaries for your strong-willed child. https://theparentingreframe.com/podcast-episodes/episode-29-raising-lions-with-joe-newman/If you would like to do my 8-week 1:1 coaching with me to get a custom road map on how best to tune into your child's needs, book a free call to see if we are a good fit. https://stan.store/theparentingreframe/theparentingreframe_store/page/51536I hope you found this episode helpful; for more parenting tips, check out my website and blog for more information. https://theparentingreframe.com/Make sure to sign up for my weekly newsletter and get other free resources. https://theparentingreframe.com/free-resources/Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theparentingreframe/If you would like a personalized approach to help reframe how you parent, check out my coaching options https://theparentingreframe.com/parent-coaching-packages/
Hormones and the changes they bring with pregnancy and really have us in a mood and very frustrated. Today I share 7 tips to help combat the hormones so they don't get the better of us. FIND POSITIVITY IN YOUR POCKET with the **Positive Pregnancy Program**: This self-led video program, made for those who desire to find positivity durning their pregnancy. Those women who want to have strong mental health during pregnancy! This Mini Course will help you mentally navigate the hardships of pregnancy. https://positiveinpregnancy.com/pregnancyishard Positivity in Pregnancy and Motherhood website: Positiveinpregnancy.com Library of Pregnancy Podcasts that go through pregnancy: (you will have to scroll down, just a little :) ) https://positiveinpregnancy.com/pregnancyishard Here is the Facebook Page for Pregnancy is hard: I have documented my journey of my fourth baby on this page and have other juicy and good tips for enjoying pregnancy better. https://www.facebook.com/pregnancyishard Here is the Pregnancy is Hard Support Group on Facebook: Let's offer support, help and fun for those in the trenches of pregnancy! https://www.facebook.com/groups/165102315544693 Email me at: email@example.com
The Irish Mummy Podcast | Work Life Balance
This topic idea came from a really good conversation Adam had with a friend the morning before we recorded this episode. This friend told Adam that he knows people in the same career and one of them will be really happy in that field while the other is completely miserable and he has found that it's not what you do, but the way you do it that will make the difference. They were talking about some personal stuff for Adam and he asked if Adam had looked at the way he was doing it and if the way he's doing it is creating the issue. After some reflection, Adam has realized he's been happy with the results of the work he has done, but not what he was doing to get those results and the approach he's taken to get results has been what is making him unhappy. Our own beliefs affect what we do 2:15A lesson in attitude and approach 7:30Changing your approach in friendships 15:05“Like I said to you today, we need to just question everything. Question everything in our life, what's bringing us joy, and it's not to quit stuff, there's some stuff that needs to stay, but needs to be done in a different way. There are things that people quit too soon and they quit not because the thing is wrong. They quit because their approach is wrong and driven by attitude, or it's lack of knowledge about how to do something in a better way.” 8:45https://www.facebook.com/theirishmummy/https://www.instagram.com/the_irish_mummy/Pick up a copy of Journal to Joy. My NEW 90 Day Goals, Gratitude & Affirmation Journal to Create a Happy & Abundant Life.https://www.theirishmummy.com/Subscribe to Letters to My Sisters Newsletter. You will hear EVERYTHING here first.https://www.theirishmummy.com/
Motherhood is a beautiful journey filled with immeasurable love and joy, but let's face it: it can also bring its fair share of self-doubt. From questioning our parenting decisions to comparing ourselves to others, it's easy to feel overwhelmed and unsure of ourselves. But today, we're here to remind all the incredible moms out there that they are powerful, capable, and more than enough. In this episode, we're going to explore the various aspects of self-doubt that moms commonly face and provide practical strategies to slay that doubt once and for all. Our expert guest, Katherine Wintsch, will provide valuable insights and tools to help moms overcome self-doubt. Together, we'll explore how self-doubt can affect our mental well-being, relationships, and overall happiness, and discover ways to reclaim our confidence and embrace our unique journey as mothers.It's time to silence the negative voices, banish the imposter syndrome, and rise above the self-doubt that holds us back. Are you ready to reclaim your power, moms? Let's dive in and discover the warriors within us all.GET REGISTERED FOR THE PURPOSE DRIVEN MOM SUMMITRegistration is officially OPEN for the Purpose Driven Mom Summit!This summit was created to help you nail your routines and create a summer schedule that works for you as a busy working mom!We've got 26 incredible speakers with topics ranging from How to Create a Space to Work to How to Confidently Talk About Your Business in a Way That Converts to Growing Your Business & Your Marriage and more,The summit kicks off on June 19th and will be 5 action-packed days that you won't want to miss.REGISTER HERE: https://www.realhappymom.com/summit2023ABOUT KATHERINEKatherine Wintsch is the founder and CEO of The Mom Complex where she helps some of the largest companies in the world such as Walmart, Johnson & Johnson, Pinterest and Chobani develop better products and services for mothers. She is also author of the popular book Slay Like a Mother – which Parade magazine recently named one of the “top 10 life-changing self-help books of the year.” Katherine's sought-after research on women and mothers has been featured by The Today Show, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Working Mother magazine. But don't let all the accolades fool you. She's also been through years of therapy, decades of self-doubt and more than her fair share of tequila. Thankfully, she tamed her “dragon of self-doubt” and now she's helping other women do the same.CONNECT WITH KATHERINEWebsite: http://slaylikeamother.comFacebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/SlayLikeaMother/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/slaylikeamother/Twitter: https://twitter.com/kwintschWhere to get the book, "Slay Like a Mother": https://katherinewintschblog.comGET THE SHOW NOTESwww.realhappymom.com/208LINKS MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODESlay Like a Mother BookThe workbook NEXT STEPSGrab Your Freebies: https://www.realhappymom.comCheck Out the Course: https://courses.realhappymom.com
The Tolpin's get raw and real about the challenges and blessings of their homeschooling journey over the last 19 years educating their 9 children! They are first-generation homeschoolers who've learned a lot and even warn others towards the end of the episode about ditches to stay out of. Regardless of how your children are educated, you will likely find this fascinating and helpful. All show notes, scripture references, and resources mentioned are found at BeCourageousMinistry.org.
Shame lives in the darkness; in the silence - the things unsaid. Freedom is found in honesty, vulnerability, and a round of "me too!"Parents of strong-willed kids bear a heavy burden when parenting feels exhausting, relenting, challenging, frustrating, and defeating on a daily basis. Today I break down 10 things parents are afraid to admit, and why it's 100% okay for them to feel that way.IN THIS EPISODE, I SHARE...Things that feel so cringe to say out loud but are true nonethelessThe paradox felt between the guilt of overreacting and underreactingWhat to do if you check every single boxDON'T MISS:Why you should have more compassion for yourself than you do// CONNECT WITH DANIELLE //Website: parentingwholeheartedly.comIG: @parent_wholeheartedlyAPPLY: parentingwholeheartedly.com/applyFREE CONSULT: wholeheartedly.as.me/callSupport the show*FREE* MASTERCLASS: Learn how to CONFIDENTLY parent your strong-willed child WITHOUT threats, bribes or giving in altogether so you can BREAK FREE of power struggles + guilt www.parentingwholeheartedly.com/unapologeticwww.parentingwholeheartedly.com
Joyful Mamahood: Positive Parenting, Time Management, Marriage & Family
Have you ever noticed that when one thing seems to go wrong, everything does? And when things are going well, it's not just one thing, but thing after thingSo, whether you've found yourself caught in the spiral of setbacks or you're riding the wave of success, this episode will offer valuable perspectives and tools to navigate the ebb and flow of life. Get ready to expand your understanding of how our focus influences our experiences and discover the power within you to shape your own mamahood narrative.Links from this episode...The official Joyful Mamahood Community: www.facebook.com/groups/joyfulmamahoodGet your Joyful Mama Guide here: http://bit.ly/joyfulmamasecretsMy Website: http://kimmaclin.comWork with me: http://bit.ly/kimmaclinFollow me on Instagram http://instagram.com/joyful_mamahoodFollow me on Facebook http://facebook.com/kimmaclincoachingConnect with me at Kim@kimmaclin.com
June is World Infertility Awareness month and because we know that many of our listeners are either experiencing infertility or know someone experiencing infertility, we wanted to have a conversation with someone who could help us all understand what it's like to walk the road of infertility. We're really excited to bring you today's episode featuring Kelley Ramsey and Jenn Hesse from Waiting in Hope Ministries. Both Kelley and Jenn have walked through infertility and together they support women from all over the country who are journeying through infertility. In today's episode, Kelley and Jenn share their stories of infertility and how experiencing the grief of infertility affected every area of their lives, including their relationship with God. We know that you'll appreciate their candor and vulnerability throughout this conversation. But, Kelley and Jenn want you to know that even in infertility, we can wait with hope The opinions of guests on the Daily Grace podcast do not represent the opinions of The Daily Grace Co., and we do not necessarily endorse the resources that they recommend or mention on the show. We believe it is valuable to hear from a variety of guests, even if we do not agree in all areas. As always, the statements made by hosts and guests on the show should be tested against God's Word, the only authority on truth. Sign up for the Daily Grace Podcast Newsletter and receive the free resource "Scripture for Every Season.” Time Stamps: 00:47 - Intro 01:29 - Getting to know our guests 04:08 - Our favorite things 07:20 - Motherhood is part of our identity 09:21 - Understanding infertility 12:05 - How to encourage someone struggling with infertility 15:13 - Walking with God through infertility 21:35 - How to wait with hope 25:11 - Our identity as women outside motherhood 27:28 - How the gospel changes everything 28:35 - Closing Favorite Things: Poppi Sparkling Prebiotic Soda Revlon ColorStay Ultimate Suede Lipstick Resources mentioned in this episode: Waiting in Hope Book Related Resources: Scripture for Infertility Cards Meditations for Seasons of Waiting Praying Scripture for Grief and Loss Journal Connect with Waiting in Hope Infertility Support: Website Resources Instagram Connect with us: Subscribe to Daily Grace: on iOS, go to our Apple podcast page and click subscribe. On Android, click this podcast RSS feed link and choose your podcast app. If needed, you can copy this link directly into your favorite podcast app (like Stitcher or Overcast). Or follow us on Spotify! We would love it if you took a few minutes to leave us an Apple podcast review to help spread the word about Daily Grace! We want to invite more women into our conversations! Download The Daily Grace app: for iOS, click here to download. On Android, click here to download. Visit The Daily Grace Co. for beautiful products for the whole family that will equip you on your journey to knowing and loving God more. Subscribe to The Daily Grace Newsletter and receive free Bible study resources in your inbox. Like The Daily Grace Co. on Facebook. Follow @dailygracepodcast on Instagram for exclusive podcast content and @thedailygraceco for all things The Daily Grace Co. Engage with our Facebook community, “The Daily Grace Co. Community”. Read The Daily Grace blog for encouragement throughout the week that is steeped in biblical truths.
We Are The Village Parenting Podcast, Parenting Coach, Respectful Parenting, Early Childhood Development, Toddlers
Let's all welcome Jen Rogers from Bold & Blended Step Moms podcast to our show today!We also wanted to thank our brave and caring listener Kenzie! Kenzie wrote to us since she is moving in with her boyfriend and his "spicy 4y/o daughter." Jen Rogers joins us from Bold & Blended stepmoms to help us understand the best way Kenzie can support this littles transition. Kenzie was also worried about how to set boundaries with someone else's child. You can go listen to Ep. #69 STICK TO YOUR NO!!! HOW TO KEEP CONSISTENT BOUNDARIES. In this episode Jen shares some amazing questions that give us food for thought so you and your partner can be on the same page about parenting to best support the littles. Today we will get Questions to think about when blendingQuestions to ask before blendingSome tips and knowledge from an experienced step mamaWith families having a divorce rate of 50%, this work is so needed. If you had a step-family what was your experience like?I know mine was not pleasant! But this conversation applies to any couple that is raising a family. When you are both on the same team it makes it much easier!You can get more Jen below!Bold & Blended Step Moms Podcast Facebook GroupStep Family WebsiteSupport the showPlease share and tag us on our platforms below if you enjoyed this episode!Instagram : The Nurturing ParentFacebook Group : The Nurturing Parent GroupEmail Us : TheNurturingparent.Pod@gmail.comOriginal music ©Lisa K Sigurgeirson 1986
On the Season 2 Finale of the denmother podcast, Brooke, Terri & Kyriaki talk about all the highs and lows of Summer - including signing up for overly popular Summer camps and trying desperately to find childcare. And a special thanks to all the listeners who have joined us for the last two seasons! Join us for one last hoorah before we dive into Summer!
Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)
The month of June is devoted to the Sacred Heart, so there is no better time to chat with Emily Jaminet, author of Secrets of the Sacred Heart and her newest book, Holy Habits From the Sacred Heart. Emily shares some of her own stories of devotion to the Sacred Heart and ways that focusing on the heart of Jesus has changed her life. Snippet From the Show People want to find more stability in their faith. They want to find consolation and love. All of this can be found in Christ's Sacred Heart. For episode shownotes, text GIRLFRIENDS to 33-777 or visit www.ascensionpress.com/girlfriends.
My little moments from this week while on vacation!
Wine & Gyn: Real Talk About Lady Stuff
Listen in on this quick guide to being a useful and respectful visitor for a new mom:What new moms really need and how to be a part of meeting specific needs The do's and don'ts of loving a family right after birthThoughtful details that make a huge impact on recovery and confidenceWise words and how to offer meaningful supportLinks to all the extra good stuff:Postpartum Plan Freebie8 Kid Books for Sibling Birth PrepEp 61. Deodorant Dilemma HEREPit Liquor deodorant HEREKids + Homebirth Blog HEREJoin our email community + get instant access to our awesome Sleep Freebie: HEREBrowse all our favorite women's supplement recommendations: HERESubmit your answer-on-the-show questions: HERESubscribe to the podcast to catch every episode. Follow us on Instagram for all the extra education and antics in between episodes at @beautifulonemidwifery
TOPIC: Bam Margera wants to see Phoenix, It starts in the home, BRIAN MD: "all thought are lies, JLP is so right", SUPERCHATS, HAKE NEWS
TOPIC: They have a day for everything now, no singing allowed, ANTHONY FL: "just called my mom to forgive her", STEVE NJ: "can you do the silent prayer the wrong way?", most hated group, white man water quota, we need more babies, ANGEL TX: "I'm in hell, involved with an older single mom"
You better be ready for this one! If you don't know what dropping gems means, you will after listening to this episode dedicated to Motherhood and being a mother while working in sport. You don't want to miss this epi with the one and only Dr. Lacee' Carmon-Johnson as she speaks her truth about her motherhood journey and the blessings, challenges, and THE REAL.
Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #213 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Susan Landers, M.D., a retired neonatologist, author, & speaker. She practiced full-time in the NICU for over thirty years and wrote a book about her experience: So Many Babies: My Life Balancing a Busy Medical Career and Motherhood. Susan is an expert in physician burnout, breastfeeding medicine, & donor human milk banking. During her career, she published over thirty peer-reviewed papers. In this episode, Susan shares her favorite mistake story about a career decision that she thought was a mistake for years… but things turned out fine. But how did she get disillusioned with working in healthcare and how did that lead to burnout? How can we recognize burnout in ourselves (and others) and how can we help? How can we take better care of ourselves? Mark's new book, The Mistakes That Make Us: Cultivating a Culture of Learning and Innovation Questions and Topics: What was it like to experience burnout? When and how did this happen to you? The symptoms of burnout? Tired vs. burned out?? Is it generally true that others notice it before you? Speaking up if you see this in a loved one: alienating themselves Can you talk about how you recovered from burnout? How prevalent is burnout in healthcare? How much worse is it due to Covid? Systems thinking — how often do leaders make the mistake of blaming people for getting burned out? Read about the signs of physician burnout Get a checklist for signs of burnout in working mothers --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/favorite-mistake/support
We may be on top of it when it comes to intellectual, physical, and emotional training of our kids, but many of us feel inadequate or forget to address the spiritual side of our kids. How do we talk to our children about God, salvation, and things they might witness in church? This JAM episode gives you ideas, age by age, on what kids can comprehend and when and how to introduce concepts and practices to help children grow spiritually.
I’m Just Being A Mom Podcast's show
In this latest episode of the Just Being a Mom Podcast, I'll share some valuable tips and advice on how to successfully breastfeed as a working mom. Join us as we delve into the challenges that come with breastfeeding while working, and explore some practical solutions to help you balance work and motherhood. From pumping at work to managing milk supply, we cover it all! So if you're a working mom who wants to continue breastfeeding, tune in and let me help you navigate this wonderful journey. Don't forget to like, share, and subscribe! Enjoy!•WILLOW PUMPhttps://onewillow.com/MILK STORKhttps://www.milkstork.com/?gclid=Cj0KCQjw7PCjBhDwARIsANo7Cgnw0kvU2mybKXAuexJxfcGQAySUEaEca_ZB5jz0NzZ3n4_RfidyHvAaAqa5EALw_wcB
Today, the delightful and incredible Jenna Kutcher joins K + L for a truly expansive episode that you will undoubtedly be inspired and empowered by. She's an all-around superstar and role model to us, a mother, marketing expert, coach, and a newly published author – something she swore she'd never be.Morning Microdose is a podcast curated by Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik, the hosts and founders of Almost 30, a global community, brand, and top rated podcast.With curated clips from the Almost 30 podcast, Morning Mircodose will set the tone for your day, so you can feel inspired through thought provoking conversations…all in digestible episodes that are less than 10 minutes.Wake up with Krista and Lindsey, both literally and spiritually, Monday-Friday.If you enjoyed this conversation, listen to the full episode here.
In this episode, we speak with Kathleen Carter, a book publishing madre of two, who had a snowball of EFF IT moments that were happening all at once. She said EFF IT to her marriage, her job, to starting her own business and leaving the place she had been living in that she didn't feel good about moving to in the first place. She had been going against her gut, and falling into what society considered a “good wife” to be. But, she just couldn't do it anymore. Even though these were hard times for her and her family to go through, she is so much happier now than she ever was because she finally started listening to herself. Just EFFing listen to your gut because if you don't, everything will ultimately catch up to you. Be true to yourself, give yourself enough credit to trust those feelings, and don't worry about what other people are going to think of you. It's your life to live, not theirs! Please make sure to follow Kathleen and what she's up to, please follow her on Instagram at @kccpr.
Today's guest on the Wealthy Wellthy Podcast is Amber Trueblood. Amber holds her MBA, LMFT (licensed marriage and family therapist), AND she's a best-selling author, speaker, podcast host and coach. And, while she has a long list of professional credentials and accomplishments, what she is most proud of is her healthy marriage and being an active mom to FOUR boys under 12! She does this all with a smile on her face and a skip in her step. Her motto is, Yes, you can have it all – and laugh a lot and be really happy. How does she run a successful business, stay fit and healthy and create a happy and fulfilling homelife without breaking sweat? In this episode, she shares strategies to keep sane, happy, AND productive! Among them are the mid-day shower, Transcendental Meditation, and not counting pancakes! Amber and I have known each other a long time, and it shows in this episode. We're like two girlfriends catching up over a cup of coffee. It's a personal, funny, and helpful conversation that you will definitely enjoy. So, pour yourself a cuppa, pull up a chair, and join Amber Trueblood and me for some real-life talk (and tips). How To Find Amber Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Private & Group Coaching: https://calendly.com/ambertrueblood/private-call?month=2023-03 Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-stretch-marks-podcast/id1512050685 Books: https://amzn.to/45tnWBK https://amzn.to/3OwO091 Anxiety-Style Quiz: https://quiz.tryinteract.com/#/5f416f422ef8d90014ea08f7 The MECA Project for helping teens thrive: https://www.themecaproject.org/
Spa Marketing Made Easy Podcast
Becoming a mom is a huge life transformation that is a beautiful, and oftentimes, a messy process. Mom is a title I know we all as a collective wear proudly, and with this new title can bring about an identity shift as you navigate your new season of life. My guest on today's Spa Marketing Made Easy podcast episode is currently in the midst of her own journey of transitioning into motherhood. Christine Hassler is a Master coach, best-selling author of three books, facilitator and speaker with over 16 years of experience - and she's a new mom. She's known globally for her ability to identify what is holding someone back and compassionately guide them to clarity. Whether you're a new or expectant mom, hoping to become a mom one day, your kids are grown and out of your house, or you're a support partner for a new mom, this episode is for all of you to help navigate the feelings and emotions that occur within yourself as you step into new territory. In this episode, we discuss: The identity shift that can occur after becoming a mom How changes in season of life can shift your purpose Why it's important to allow yourself to ask for help during the motherhood transition The importance and value of nurturing your partnerships What an “expectation hangover” is and the growth opportunity it can bring into your life To read the full show notes for this episode, visit: http://www.addoaesthetics.com/blog/334 Keep the conversation going inside the Spa Marketing Made Easy Community by clicking here.
Imperfect Heroes: Insights Into Parenting
Our guest in this episode is Catherine Lamb. She is an expert at helping others conquer Impostor Syndrome which can show up as doubts about your abilities to care for your child, feelings of inadequacy when compared to other parents, and can keep you in constant fear of making mistakes. Listen in as we discuss how, if not dealt with, Impostor Syndrome will have adverse effects on your self-confidence, will increase stress and anxiety, and will cause missed opportunities for personal and professional growth. Catherine Lamb is a speaker at Fortune 500 and FTSE 100 companies. She has an international client base. She uses her specialist knowledge and expertise to help parents manage Impostor Syndrome and prevent it from damaging their careers when they return to work. Having set up new businesses in Central and Eastern Europe, and hiring and leading large teams, Catherine drew on this experience to run a successful recruitment business for over 10 years. During this time, she worked with many new parents who needed support with their careers as they returned to work. She built on her expertise with the Henley Business School coaching certificate. Catherine is now a specialist in Impostor Syndrome and how to successfully manage it when experiencing major change in our lives. TIMESTAMPS• [7:46] DJ asks Catherine: “How do you get yourself out of the habit of beating yourself up when things go awry?” • [8:59] “Nobody has taught us how to be a parent… there's no manual telling you how to do it… and we've all got children that are quite individual in their needs as well.”• [9:58] “Perfectionism is an addiction to process, not just avoiding mistakes.”• [18:23] Catherine shares: “I think it's societal expectation around women - that we are nurturing and giving… And it's selfish of us to think about our needs. And I think sometimes we don't think about our needs, but we hope other people will. “For more information on the Imperfect Heroes podcast, visit: https://www.imperfectheroespodcast.com/ Connect with Us! DJ Stutz - Website: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/littleheartsacademy/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littleheartsacademy/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOpphCRklDJiFXdS76U0LSQDJ Stutz Booking Link: https://bookme.name/ImperfectheroespodcastFREE GUIDE TO AN AMAZING SUMMER: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/courses/strategic-summerONE ON ONE COACHING Link: https://www.littleheartsacademyusa.com/courses/one-on-one-coaching-bundleCatherine LambWebsite: https://www.spectrum360.co.uk/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/catherine.lamb.165/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/catherine-lamb-uk/
The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast
This week Ashley Scott Meyers talks with British Writer/Director Elizabeth Blake Thomas. They talk about Hunt Club (2022), A Horror/Thriller Elizabeth Blake Thomas directed which has a stellar cast including Mena Suvari, Casper Van Dien, Mickey Rourke and Jessica Belkin. Other topics include how she works with other writers as a director and how Elizabeth […]
TOPIC: Never too old, age is just a number, 71 year old deadlifting, JASON NY: "emotions are good actually", SIDNEY MN: "biblical question", SUPERCHATS, HAKE NEWS
We absolutely loved having author and professor Marcia Inhorn join us to discuss the “mating gap” between men and women and the real reasons women are freezing their eggs. We talk about misconceptions regarding egg freezing, the stories of women who have chosen to do so, the undersupply of men for educated women who want children, dating up vs. dating down, the empowerment of egg freezing, and more. Before Marcia joins us, we're chatting about Ashley's awkward hotel experience, Rayna's new car, girlfriends as life partners, and one year of Vibes Only! Enjoy! Visit Marcia Inhorn's website and check out her book Motherhood on Ice. Follow us @girlsgottaeatpodcast, Ashley @ashhess, and Rayna @rayna.greenberg. Visit our website for tour dates, merchandise, and more. Shop Vibes Only. Thank you to our partners this week: Hello Fresh: Get 16 free meals plus free shipping at hellofresh.com/gge16 and use code GGE16. Buffy: Get