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Welcome to one of the most highly requested Expanded Podcast Episodes of all time. If you've ever wondered how Lacy manifested this whole TBM thing into existence, this one's for you, cause you're about to hear every step of how this brand came to be in the world. We're starting at the beginning of Lacy's story– and of course at TBM that means we're starting at childhood. You're going to hear the raw, unfiltered challenges and blocks that Lacy navigated throughout to get to this point of authentic life alignment. You're going to hear about the vulnerability that comes with doing something you truly believe in, not putting pressure on your passion to be your main source of income, the people who drop off your path when you start living in true integrity, the constant wrestle with ego, and so much more. If Lacy has helped expand you in any way, shape, or form, this episode is going to take that expansion to the next level. Because she has served as the ultimate expander for so many of us in this community as someone who is living a truly authentic, aligned life, her story is here to tell your subconscious one thing: if she can do it, you can do it. So press play, and let your practical magic era begin.Find the Complete Show Notes Here -> https://tobemagnetic.com/expanded-podcast In This Episode We Talk About:Lacy's background and growing up in an unstable environmentHealing childhood trauma and manifesting a stable and fulfilling lifeLacy's experience in making career leaps from blogging to cheffing to TBMHow Lacy learned that her gifts and methods could be expanded and applied for more than just herselfManifesting a career without egoLetting go of a relationship and manifesting true loveOvercoming limiting beliefs and achieving financial successUnderstanding the feeling and sensation of being your authentic selfCommunity and manifesting support systems THEMES / TIME STAMPS:Lacy's childhood, upbringing, and early relationships (00:06:15)Financial insecurity and exploring many different career paths (00:26:10)Trusting her authentic path and manifesting financial security, stability, and love (00:54:00) Resources: Get your Tickets for The Magnetic Self Speaking Tour with Lacy & JessicaVancouver BC, Los Angeles, New York SOLD OUTJoin our Pathway membership to get access The Magnetic Self Challenge!Five weeks to High self-worth & true confidence (Available until 10/31) Seed - code TBM for 30% off your first month's supply of Seed's DS-01® and PDS-08™% off your first month's supply with code TBMSeed's DS-01® Daily Synbiotic (for adults ages 18+)Seed's PDS-08™Pediatric Daily Synbiotic - (for kids ages 3-17) Act + Acre - 20% off with code TBM20Scalp Detox Scalp RenewScalp QuizFind all workshops mentioned inside our Pathway Membership! (Including the Missing Piece DI, Inner Chlld DI & Inner Child Workshop)Letting Go: The Pathway Of Surrender - David R. Hawkins, M.D. (book)Where To Find Us!@tobemagnetic (IG)@Lacyannephillips@Jessicaashleygill@tobemagnetic (youtube)@expandedpodcast Other ResourcesSubmit to Be a Process GuestText Us: +1-213-423-5226 - (texting is only for US, Canada, & Puerto Rico)Alexis Smart x TBM EXPANDED Flower RemedyTBM Manifestation Journal Free Offerings to Get You StartedLearn the Process! Expanded Podcast - How to Manifest Anything You Desire Get Expanded! The Motivation - Testimonial LibraryUnblock with us! Wanna find out why you're not manifesting? Start our free mini- workshop!
In this episode of the Dad Edge Podcast, Larry Hagner discusses the importance of measuring progress and introduces a new tool called the Five Dials, which helps participants track their growth in various areas of their lives. The boardroom is a tight-knit group of dad business owners who focus on growing their businesses, improving their marriages, and strengthening their relationships with their kids. Larry also highlights the trifecta of business, marriage, and parenting and emphasizes the importance of creating a nurturing environment for open communication with our children. Family connection and self-improvement are two essential aspects of a fulfilling and meaningful life. One of the metrics mentioned is the "boardroom score" based on the concept of family board meetings by Jim Shields. This score rates how well the speaker is connecting with his family and children. It emphasizes the importance of having a five-year vision and regularly reviewing and working towards it. One aspect of self-improvement that is often overlooked is the relationship between physical fitness and mental and emotional well-being. Larry Hagner highlights the importance of maintaining fitness in order to achieve better mental and emotional fitness. He also mentions that many people experience a decline in their fitness over time, but they strive to push themselves and their team to improve their physical fitness quarter over quarter. This episode highlights the significant role that accountability plays in achieving goals. As well as the importance of setting clear goals, having a plan, and regularly checking in with an accountability partner or group. By doing so, individuals can significantly increase their chances of success in various areas of life. Through accountability, individuals can create a path towards personal growth, success, and fulfillment. www.thedadedge.com/friday123 www.thedadedge.com/alliance
Parenting and Our BUSY Kids with Simeon Bell, hosted by Mark Vance and Simeon Bell.This podcast is designed to help you live a faithful and fruitful life where Jesus has called you. Connect with Cornerstone Church Online at cornerstonelife.com. Subscribe to our "Sermon" and "Equip" podcasts on iTunes and Spotify and follow us on Facebook and Instagram.
Brad Chandler is a devoted father who was determined to find help for his son's anxiety. In his quest for answers, Brad found himself on a life-changing Zoom call with a woman recommended by a friend. Within just five minutes, she identified a tick in Brad's behavior, pointing out that he blinked excessively when discussing his childhood. This astute observation led to a revelation: Brad might have unresolved childhood trauma that was contributing to his son's anxiety.Eager to do whatever it took to help his son, Brad eagerly accepted an invitation to travel to Park City and work with Mike's Navy Seal husband and the woman he had connected with. Little did he know that a mere three-hour session with the Navy Seal would transform every aspect of his life.During their time together, Brad and the Navy Seal delved into events from Brad's childhood that had caused him immense stress and a sense of helplessness. The experience allowed Brad to realize that he had been carrying unresolved issues from his past, which in turn affected his son's anxiety.Motivated by the newfound understanding, Brad dedicated himself to healing and gaining control over his life. This transformative journey not only empowered Brad to become the rock his son needed but also inspired him to help others facing similar challenges.Today, Brad Chandler is a beacon of hope for families dealing with anxiety and unresolved trauma. Through his own experiences and the knowledge gained from his transformational session, he works tirelessly to support and guide individuals towards healing and resilience. Brad's story serves as a testament to the power of confronting and overcoming our past, ultimately leading to a brighter future for ourselves and our loved ones.Connect with Brad Chandler: https://www.bradchandler.com/Primary Topics Covered:1. Introduction to the Speaker's JourneyHow the speaker got into flipping housesNumber of houses bought and years in businessInitial motivations for making money and proving worth2. Importance of Self-Love and Self-WorthRecommendation to take a self-love quizActions to take if self-love score is lowEmphasizing the role of self-love in happiness and fulfillmentOpportunity for a new life3. Childhood Stories and Negative Self-PerceptionCoping mechanisms and their impact on adulthoodSpeaker's personal experiences of failed marriages and mistakesFinancial losses and societal issues mentioned4. Dispelling Misconceptions about HypnosisDifferentiating stage hypnosis from therapeutic hypnosisExplanation of hypnosis as a relaxed state and its impact on the subconsciousImportance of the subconscious mind in behavior5. Four Questions for Self-Worth and Self-EsteemDetailed exploration of the four questionsTransformation potential and their relevance to prison population6. Self-Love as a Solution for Personal and Societal ProblemsSpeaker's life's work in helping people find self-loveLinking lack of self-love to global issuesImportance of awareness and personal change7. Impact of Parenting and Changing BehaviorsSelf-reflection on imperfect parenting and blameChanging behaviors through self-love, using "shitty marriage" as an example8. Addressing Root Thinking IssuesSpeaker's work with struggling CEOsIdentifying work addiction and its connection to self-worthImpact of mentors and their...
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When does protection become overprotection? If you find yourself struggling against the urge to shield your child from every uncomfortable or potentially painful moment, you're setting them up for failure! In today's episode, Mark Gregston and Wayne Shepherd discuss the necessity of exposure and its role in shaping resilient and capable young individuals. Listen now! Have you heard about our Parenting Today's Teens Online Auction yet? From September 1-30, you can bid on great items and experiences for a great cause. Visit markgregston.com/auction today! Parenting Today's Teens is a part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network. To find practical and spiritual advice to help you grow into the parent you want to be visit www.ChristianParenting.org
It's been a big week in the DMP towers. After landing the plane as kindly as humanly possible, Anna and her husband Matt announced their divorce. But aside from the pitiful glances and ‘that's devastating' responses, there's another way to navigate two people who simply choose a different path forward. This episode is a celebration of a happy ending. However it looks. And how to land that plane if you are, in fact, realising you aren't meant to be together forever.
Beyond the Sessions is answering YOUR parenting questions! In this episode, Dr. Rebecca Hershberg, Dr. Emily Upshur, and I talk about... 1:49 - What should consequences for my child be when there are no natural or logical consequences that are easy to identify? 4:05 - Understanding the developmental difference between your child being able to intellectually comprehend something versus their ability to inhibit an impulse. 7:41 - Helping your child keep their autonomy while teaching them a new rule to maintain safety might mean you have to supervise them for a while. 10:37 - I told my child not to do something, they did it anyway, what should the consequence be? Should I punish them? 12:58 - Parents are often afraid of using consequences in a gentle parenting philosophy—but there is an appropriate time and use for consequences. ✨We want to hear from you! Go to https://drsarahbren.com/question to send us a question or a topic you want to hear us answer on Securely Attached - Beyond the Sessions! ✨
Ever wondered how rejection can fuel resilience, leading to an unexpected journey of success? Celebrated author Laura Numeroff takes us through her captivating trajectory in the world of writing, sharing her unique experiences, from her initial rejection to her eventual triumph, painting a stunning portrait of perseverance. Laura's story touches not only on her creative process, but also her passion for philanthropy, offering a profound insight into the life-changing power of storytelling. Want to learn the 12 philosophies that the most successful people use to create a limitless life? Pre-order John R. Miles's new book, Passion Struck, which will be released on February 6, 2024. Full show notes and resources can be found here: https://passionstruck.com/laura-numeroff-story-of-resilience-and-triumph/ Exploring the Journey and Impact of Celebrated Author Laura Numeroff My conversation with Laura explores her tireless endeavors with several charities, including It Takes a Village, Canine Companions, Susan G. Komen Cancer Foundation, and First Book. Laura candidly shares her experiences visiting schools and children's hospitals worldwide and the remarkable impact these visits have had on her life and work. Her inspiring tales of building libraries and assisting others, including a young girl who aspired to be an author, further demonstrate the breadth and depth of her commitment to making a difference. Sponsors Brought to you by OneSkin. Get 15% off your order using code Passionstruck at https://www.oneskin.co/#oneskinpod. Brought to you by Indeed: Claim your SEVENTY-FIVE DOLLAR CREDIT now at Indeed dot com slash PASSIONSTRUCK. Brought to you by Lifeforce: Join me and thousands of others who have transformed their lives through Lifeforce's proactive and personalized approach to healthcare. Visit MyLifeforce.com today to start your membership and receive an exclusive $200 off. Brought to you by Hello Fresh. Use code passion 50 to get 50% off plus free shipping! --► For information about advertisers and promo codes, go to: https://passionstruck.com/deals/ Like this show? Please leave us a review here -- even one sentence helps! Consider including your Twitter or Instagram handle so we can thank you personally! --► Prefer to watch this interview: https://youtu.be/vsOSMj77tB8 --► Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel Here: https://youtu.be/QYehiUuX7zs Want to find your purpose in life? I provide my six simple steps to achieving it - passionstruck.com/5-simple-steps-to-find-your-passion-in-life/ Catch my interview with Dr. Caroline Leaf on Parenting or a Healthy and Confident Mind. Watch the solo episode I did on the topic of Chronic Loneliness: https://youtu.be/aFDRk0kcM40 Want to hear my best interviews from 2023? Check out my interview with Seth Godin on the Song of Significance and my interview with Gretchen Rubin on Life in Five Senses. ===== FOLLOW ON THE SOCIALS ===== * Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/passion_struck_podcast * Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/johnrmiles.c0m Learn more about John: https://johnrmiles.com/ Passion Struck is now on the Brushwood Media Network every Monday and Friday from 5–6 PM. Step 1: Go to TuneIn, Apple Music (or any other app, mobile or computer) Step 2: Search for "Brushwood Media” Network
Craig Shoemaker believes in the power of laughter and he's experienced its transformational force firsthand. The showbiz vet with decades of experience in writing, producing, acting and stand up comedy is fully invested in helping others, through humor with his organization, Laughter Heals. To this end, he speaks frankly, lives courageously and is persistently seeking the higher self that will ensure a reach towards his potential. Craig speaks with raw courage about his painful past, the obstacles he has faced and conquered and those that are currently vexing and challenging him. Undaunted, he understands that laughter is a force more powerful than anger and that positive energy creates a pathway towards healing the wounds of trauma, neglect and abuse.Craig joins us to share his unique and effective blend of levity and love and how his coaching program, Winning With Humor is helping folks from all of life's walks achieve goals and more fully align with their true selves.We get Craig's unfiltered take on parenting, marriage, divorce, dating and his unconventional childhood with a “fun mom” and an absent dad. An industrious young Craig found himself looking for dads in all the wrong places, writing earnest “Please Marry My Mom” sales pitches to Paul Lynne and Tim McCarver. It was a hard pass from both.Craig shares how his comedy has saved lives and how his patented “love master” techniques have created them. We learn how cults, coincidences and the call and response of the universe have followed him throughout his life. Laughter being the enduring soundtrack.Plus, Fritz and Weezy are recommending Never Let Him Go on Hulu, The Morning Show on Apple TV+ and John Mills with Orchids in Zoom, live at The Write-Off Room in Studio City on October 9th!Path Points of Interest:Craig ShoemakerCraig Shoemaker on WikipediaCraig Shoemaker on InstagramCraig Shoemaker on FacebookCraig Shoemaker on TwitterCraig Shoemaker on YoutubeWinning With Humor Laughter HealsThe Morning Show - Apple TVNever Let Him Go on HuluJohn Mills at The Write-Off RoomThe Mills Brothers' American Express Ad
Episode 109 - Fear of Your Child Leaving the LDS ChurchWhen you see your child leaving the church, feeling fear is normal, but not helpful. This is the third in a series of what happens for parents when their child leaves the church. When you are afraid, you are not responding and acting with your higher thinking brain, you are reacting from your lower instincts to prioritize safety and security. The problem with this is that prioritizing safety and security is often going against the relationship, not for it. Listen to this episode to see if this is happening to you and what you can do about it. Take away #1You will never react rationally when you are afraid. Calm yourself down to be able to access your rational brain.Take away #2The anxiety you are experiencing right now will not change the future. The only thing you have is what you do right now at this moment. Mindfulness is important, and mindfulness can be described as having awareness without judgment – for yourself and for your child.Your Weekly ChallengeOnce each day, practice slowing your breath down. Use your nose and inhale for 4 seconds, then exhale for 4 seconds. Do this 10 times. This helps you to calm your body and bring your awareness into the present. It might feel strange or difficult at first, because this is much slower than you usually breathe. The more you practice, the better you will get. If you consistently practice this type of breathing over time, you will feel much more in control of your own responses to the circumstances of your life. Download Brene Brown's Wholehearted Parenting Manifesto: CLICK HERE Tina Gosney is a certified life and relationship coach. She is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and helps with families who are experiencing relationship challenges because of LGBTQ, faith challenges, and other issues facing LDS families today. She is a positivity practitioner and is a trauma informed coach. Visit tinagosney.com for more information
Welcome, I'm Lorilee Binstock and this is “A Trauma Survivor Thriver's Podcast.” Thank you for joining us for the Premiere of Season 5 and I am proud to announce that we are now a part of the Mental Health News Radio Network. This podcast is also available wherever you get your podcasts but I do suggest checking out Mental Health News Radio Network to find all your podcast related to mental health. Can we just admit that parenting is hard? For many, there are just as many lows as there are highs when it comes to parenting. And unfortunately, Parental depression is a pervasive problem, and a large and growing body of research shows that it is a major risk factor for difficulties in a child's life. One of my favorite topics when it comes to healing is Psychedelics, so I am very excited about my first guest of the season to talk about Moms on Mushrooms. My guest today is Tracey Tee, Founder of Moms on Mushrooms.Tracey has been an active voice for moms for more than a decade, first co-creating and starring in the nationally touring cult-hit comedy show for moms, The Pump and Dump Show. She simultaneously co-produced the Band of Mothers Podcast and served as co-founder and CEO of The Pump and Dump Show's umbrella brand, Band of Mothers Media. During her own journey with psilocybin or magic mushrooms, amidst the pandemic, Tracey began to feel called to support moms in a deeper and more meaningful way. In 2022, she launched an online microdosing course created exclusively for moms called M.O.M., “Moms on Mushrooms.”
Being a middle or high school student with ADHD can be tough. The growth you experience can seem soooo slow. But what if you had a new formula to follow? A new approach to create growth? That's what my guest, ADHD Coach Michael McLeod, has to offer. I interview him about his new approach to helping teens with ADHD and the powerful change it can make in their lives.--Visit Michael's website at https://www.grownowadhd.com/Follow Michael at https://www.instagram.com/grownowadhd/--My new gamified mindset training app for teens, Sidekick to Hero, is available on desktop now! Go to www.sidekicktohero.com on a laptop or computer to sign up now (it's not live on mobile yet)--Follow me on Instagram! www.instagram.com/sidekicktohero
Obviously, Nicole thinks she's cool but do her kids agree? Rich unlocks a new secret dish guaranteed to make your kids ask for seconds. The duo discuss rude kids at T-ball, getting ready for Halloween, Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce and farting dogs on turbulent planes. Plus, some exciting new updates on the show!
Show Open2:47: Middle-aged metabolism, sausage bite recipe, reflections on modern machinery11:42: Women's hormones, eating protein in the morning and managing blood sugar and metabolism13:25: Protein deficiencies, diet discussions and maybe it's a first world problem23:38: The kids go to their second concert, Rend Collective and it wasn't as great as they were hoping; concerts with kids30:42: The Tophouse live experience was great, and encores.38:31: A few brief thoughts on last week's Sabbath episode; Serious Sabbath; Remember the Sabbath;40:28: Are small groups artificial attempts at organic connection in a disconnected modern American culture? Do they largely fail?48:53: Where small groups succeed, their various natures informing relationship51:12: Friendship, community and seasons of loneliness59:13: Introverts in small groups and teaching 3rd graders1:07:53: Show CloseToo Busy to Flush Telegram GroupPique Tea - Referral Link (Website)
Ever wondered how fertility journeys intertwine with the power of trust and surrender? On this episode Dylan brings you an enriching conversation with his patient Tam Oblowitz. Tam's incredible journey towards fertility is sure to inspire, as she bares her heart out about the emotional rollercoaster she experienced during her long journey towards fertility before finding Ayurveda and how things shifted for her once that happened. Her experiences reveal the importance of shifting one's mindset and taking control of one's health.Tam's story is a testament to the transformative power of this ancient holistic science. Dylan and Tam also delve into the different treatments and herbs that helped support Tam in her fertility journey. This traditional approach, aimed at nourishing the womb and reproductive tissues, resonates deeply with Tam's ethos of holistic healing.In this engaging conversation, Dylan & Tam explore the concept of trusting your body and surrendering to the fertility journey. Tam shares her insights on how tuning into her body's responses and maintaining faith in the process has been vital in her journey to conceive her cheerful and 6-week-old baby. They also discuss how these principles can impact the processes of conception and birthing, adding a new dimension to our understanding of fertility. Tune in to our enlightening discussion to discover more about Ayurvedic practices, preconception stories, and the incredible power of trust and surrender.IN THIS EPISODE WE DISCUSS:
Note to Parents: This episode contains graphic descriptions of the procedures and medical facts concerning abortion. We strongly advise using discretion in sharing this with young children. For decades, the abortion debate has been a flashpoint of passion and division in our society - precisely because it is so much more than words and arguments. It strikes at the very heart of what it means to build a family. Here at The Family Business with The Alessis, we believe strongly in empowering families with the truth so they can build a generational legacy, so we have prepared a 2-part series on this topic to give you the best foundation and information as things stand now, especially after the overturning of Roe. V. Wade in 2022. To help navigate this complex topic, we are blessed to welcome a family friend and expert on the laws, history and ideological concepts around the abortion industry - Cristina M. Squiers. Cristina has a long, deep friendship with the Alessi family, and has risen to the top of her field as a ligitator and counsel in cases involving pro-life causes and the abortion industry. Today, she sits down with several of the young ladies in the Alessi family to dig deeper into how this issue affects women and families beyond the soundbites and political chatter. Cristina Squiers graduated from Princeton University and was a recipient of the University's ReachOut Fellowship. During her fellowship year, Cristina worked at the nation's largest adoption agency and started a mentoring program for youth leaving foster care. She received her J.D. from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law where she served as Editor-in-Chief of the SMU Law Review and interned for Catharina Haynes of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. She now practices law in Dallas, TX and is married to her husband Dr. Jack Squiers. Together they have 3 children and are expecting their fourth. . If this helped you, you should also listen to: From Mother to Daughter: Honest Questions about Marriage, Motherhood and Changing Seasons | S3 E17Twin Talk: Why Wise Women Need To Share Their Stories w/ Mary Alessi and Martha Munizzi | S5 E19 JOIN THE FAMILY BUSINESS! Subscribe to the show on your app! Follow Us on Instagram and Facebook Subscribe to Our YouTube Channel! Leave a review! Have a question for the Alessis?Tap HERE and then the "Leave A Message" button to record your question!
Parenting a prodigal child might be the hardest thing a mom or a dad may have to do. How do you negotiate the guilt and the sense of failure? Do you cut off ties altogether or do you keep reaching out, even if there is no response? This hour we will open the phone lines so that you can ask your questions on how to handle that wayward child in a way that honors the Lord and restores broken relationships. Call in early as the phone lines light up! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Therapy and Blended Families Part 1On this episode of Blended Life Julie welcomes back Gina Nicola to the pod! Gina Nicola isn't just an Ordained Pastor in the Nazarene Church, she is also a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. Gina and Julie get candid about therapy. Gina explains her journey to becoming a therapist and helps us all understand what the goal of a therapy journey actually is. You will also hear Gina speak on behalf of kids and teens in blended families as she has worked many, many years with them helping them understand and work through their struggles. If you have kids of ANY age who are part of a blended family in your life, this is an episode you don't want to miss! Be on the lookout for part 2 next week where Julie and Gina dive into marriage therapy and navigating marriage in a blended family. Enjoyemail@example.comBlended Family Life and Health Coaching. Coach Julie provides structure, accountability and support so that you can get unstuck and become the highest version of yourself possible. Become EMPOWERED through total transformation! Claim your FREE Discovery Session today! firstname.lastname@example.orgBlended Family Life and Health Coaching. Coach Julie provides structure, accountability and support so that you can get unstuck and become the highest version of yourself possible. Become EMPOWERED through total transformation! Claim your FREE Discovery Session today!Support the show
This journey as a Christian parent with a child who's embraced an LGBTQ identity isn't for the faint of heart. Besides the grief and concern, making decisions can wipe us out mentally, emotionally, physically, and spiritually. And let's just be real honest right here: decision fatigue is no joke! Today on The Bridge Between Us Podcast, Tiffany Jo Baker is joining Melinda in the conversation on ways to decrease decision fatigue. In this episode, you will hear: *the importance of establishing core values for yourself and for your family *how to determine your core values *how setting core values can open up conversations with your loved one and give you a safe place to stand About our guest: Tiffany Jo Baker is a caffeinated mom of two young adult daughters, surrogate mom who has delivered five babies for three families dealing with infertility, proud dog-mom, and wife to an extreme outdoorsman. She is the podcast host of My Full Life + Faith Leaps Podcast, author of the devotional Soul-Care for Go-Getters, speaker, and strategizer who uplifts the soul and success of women walking out their why at home, online, and in the real world so they can birth their God-given dreams. Set your own core values using Tiffany's free download: https://www.tiffanyjobaker.com/core-values Ways to connect with Tiffany: IG Facebook YouTube
Lauren Buntin and Ashley McKay-Wolff, of the Midwife Crisis Podcast. https://www.midwifecrisispodcast.com/Ever dreamed of starting your own podcast? We share our humble journeys of remote podcasting, from battling with sound quality to the joy of finding the right tools. We also explore the changing dynamics of the workforce - discussing the role of technology, the significance of freedom and loyalty, and the challenges facing two-income families struggling with the cost of childcare.Then, turning our attention to personal experiences, we reflect on the trials and triumphs of parenting, unmask the intriguing dynamics of modern dating, and scrutinize the impact of food regulations. So, tune in for our lively, candid, and sometimes hilarious chat - it's a ride to The County Line you don't want to miss!MIDWIFE CRISIS PODCAST WEBSITE: https://www.midwifecrisispodcast.com/----------------------------------------------------------------------Where's The County Line:Website: https://www.countylinepodcast.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/countylinepodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/countylinepodcastmsYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@thecountylinepodcast/aboutSubmit content, questions, and topics you would like to hear on The County Line to: email@example.com----------------------------------------------------------------------(0:06) Starting a Podcast and Overcoming Challenges(11:36) Degrees, Certifications, and Workforce Development(21:44) Remote Work and Employee Incentives(28:39) Challenges of Affordable Childcare and Dating(40:55) School Shootings, News Media, Government Corruption(54:35) Podcast Plans and Importance of Friends(1:08:04) Education and Institutionalization(1:23:43) Trump's Idolization and Media Control(1:30:29) Regulating Social Platforms and AI Development(1:34:18) Technology's Impact on Societal Issues(1:47:53) Parental Concerns and Social Media Exploitation(1:53:59) Babysitting, Parenting, and Food Regulations(2:01:59) Commercials, TV, and Dating in 6 Words(2:10:20) Discussion on TikTok and FameSupport the show
Separation anxiety is a normal part of childhood, but it can be difficult for both parents and children to handle. It's important to reframe separation anxiety as an opportunity to teach your child important life skills, such as how to manage their emotions and cope with change. When you approach separation anxiety with compassion and understanding, you're helping your child to develop a strong sense of security and trust.Ways to Help Separation AnxietyCreate a goodbye ritual. This could be something as simple as giving your child a hug, kiss, and telling them you'll be back soon.Practice short separations. Start by leaving your child for a few minutes at a time and gradually increase the length of the separations.Talk to your child about their fears. Let them know that it's okay to feel anxious, and that you'll be there for them when they need you.Reassure your child that you'll always come back.Make sure your child has a trusted caregiver when you're away.Be patient and understanding. Separation anxiety can be difficult for both parents and children. It's important to remember that your child is not trying to be difficult. They are simply expressing their love for you and their fear of being away from you.Be consistent. Try to stick to the same goodbye ritual and separation schedule each day. This will help your child to feel more secure and predictable.Be positive. Try to focus on the positive aspects of separation, such as the fun things your child will do while you're away.This is a way to teach your children that you, as a parent, have a life of your own as well. You shouldn't feel guilty for this.Resources:I 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/
The Autumn Season in Seattle has begun with RAIN! (Shocking) Billy & Jenn discuss how they've learned to adjust their perspective to see the rain as cozy & inviting instead of just a nuisance…AND how that can ALSO be true with how we look at our problems & troubles in life! _ _ _ _ _Official WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube
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What do transracial adoptees think about being adopted by parents of a different race? Join us for a panel of transracial adoptees talking about all things adoption.In this episode, we cover:Transracial adoption includes white parents of black, biracial, Asian, and Latinx children, as well as adoptive parents of color adopting white children. Tell us your adoption story.How did your parents treat adoption? How did and does that make you feel about being adopted?When did you realize that you were a different race from your parents?How did your parents treat race, specifically your race, when you were young?What is wrong with taking a color-blind approach to transracial adoption? Was it a struggle for you to identify as an adult of your race?What did your parent do to aid your racial identity formation? Transracially adopted children need tools to maneuver through life as a member of their racial group. When they are young, they are protected from this reality, but this changes as they enter adolescence. What tools did your parents use and what tools did you need?How can transracially adopted people or their parents find mentors and role models of color?Were you ever embarrassed by being of a different race than your parents?Importance of finding a community of other adopted people.What is the most important thing, if any, your parent did to ensure/instill racial identity and pride as Caucasian parents who adopt a Black or Asian or Latina child?Tips for parents either considering transracial adoption or already in the midst of parenting transracially adopted kids.This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog postsResource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the showPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamily
In this episode, Amy assigns a bit of homework. When is it okay for someone to have sex? You have to be able to answer this question for yourself before you can help your kids find the answer. Resources: My book: Birds & Bees & Your Kids: A Guide to Sharing Your Beliefs about Sexuality, Love, & Relationships GOT A QUESTION? Anything goes! Just leave a quick voice mail and I'll answer it on the show! 206-926-1522 BBK Bookstore is here Sex Talks with Tweens: What to Say & How to Say It is all scripts and some tips! Other resources: My YouTube channel is full of videos for you to watch! Get the details on the sex talks, sexual abuse prevention and even some vids you can watch with your kids. Sign up for my news letter and get helpful 7 Tips to Have Great Birds & Bees Talks – Birds & Bees & Kids The podcast can only get you so far...The Birds & Bees Solutions Center can help you become the trustworthy adult you didn't have and your kid's go-to person. Includes group coaching, a massive library of resources AND one Quickie Consultation is included! Use coupon code PODCAST for $10 off. Need more help? Schedule a Quickie Consult! Work with kids? Visit my site for professionals BBKpros.com Even more resources: Stop It Now – Sexual Abuse Prevention info and support RAINN – National Sexual Assault Hotline. Free. Confidential. BARK – Monitoring and filtering (US only) Qustodio – Monitoring and filtering (outside US) Facebook Instagram YouTube Website Join the postcarding movement! Center for Common Ground - you can send postcards to BIPOC people in conservative fucked up states and encourage them to vote!
Christian Lanng is the Founder and Former CEO @ Tradeshift, a company he took from garage to unicorn raising over $900M for with a latest price of $2.7BN in 2021. Just last month, Christian stepped away from the company and is now Chairman @ Beyond Work, building a better work experience through AI native software. In Today's Episode with Christian Lanng We Discuss: 1. Burnout: When it Hits: How did Christian know when something was really seriously wrong? What were the signs? How did being a founder literally almost kill Christian? How was that not a wakeup moment? How does being a founder make you so out of touch with reality? 2. The Things We Are Never Told: Why does Christian think one of the biggest crimes is the myth that everyone can be a founder? What are the single biggest things about VCs that founders are not told? Why does Christian believe fundraising is absolutely a game? What are the rules to win it? What makes the best VCs? What makes the worst VCs? Why does Christian not like to take a discount for a brand name VC? 3. The Chaos That Happens Inside a Company: Why does Christian believe politics should not be discussed within companies? What are Christian's biggest lessons on working with friends? Why after 14 years does Christian only have 3 friends that still talk to him? How did Christian fire 50% of his leadership team and productivity not change at all? Why does Christian believe US startups are inherently better than European ones? 4. Parenting and Relationship to Money: Does Christian regret not being a present father for his child when building Tradeshift? What are the two options as a founder you have when bringing up kids? Was Christian scared to leave Tradeshift? How does he reflect on his relationship to money? 5. AI: Co-Pilot is BS, The Future Business Model and more... Why does Christian believe co-pilot is the last dying breathe attempt from incumbents? Why does Christian believe that per-seat pricing will die? What will replace it? Why does Christian believe that AI will negate the importance of consumer-facing brands? In what way does Christian believe that UI is total BS? How does it change over time?
Have you ever been stuck in what feels like a loop? Where your brain goes around and around and can't seem to give it a rest? If you're human, the answer is probably yes. Sometimes our brains think they are being really helpful by asking the same question or replaying the same scenario over and over. We think we are trying to problem solve, when what we are really doing is ruminating. Today we're talking about the difference between those two. We'll talk about how to catch yourself when you're ruminating, and what to do to get yourself out of that loop. Quote by Corrie Ten Boom: "There is no panic in heaven! God has no problems, only plans."
In this episode, we sat down with Kate and Marius of Venison for Dinner. The homesteading couple shares what it's like to operate their 34 acres, homeschool 5 children, and maintain healthy family rhythms. Tune in to hear what owning a family cow is really like, how to build a sense of ownership into your children, and the exciting new things to come at Venison for Dinner. Find Venison for Dinner:Instagram // @venisonfordinnerWebsite // venisonfordinner.comYouTube // https://www.youtube.com/c/venisonfordinnerFind Homegrown:Instagram // @homegrown_education, @lizhaselmayer, @joeyhaselmayerWebsite // homegrowneducation.org
On Season 8, Episode 3 of The LowDOWN: A Down Syndrome Podcast, Sara Peralta and Glen Hoos give us the lowdown on reining in a runner. Support the showThe LowDOWN: A Down Syndrome Podcast is produced by the Down Syndrome Resource Foundation. Learn more and support the podcast at DSRF.org.Follow @DSRFCanada on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.Leave us a rating and review on Apple Podcasts.
In the latest episode, I welcome back Aaron Potratz and Nathan Hawkins from the Shrink Think Podcast for a deeper exploration into the world of Attachment Styles and their influence on parenting. We dive into the intricate nature of attachment styles, shedding light on how they mold our parenting techniques. Throughout the conversation, Aaron and Nathan bring forth personal anecdotes, emphasizing the critical roles of emotional regulation, responsiveness, and open communication in effective parenting. The episode underscores the significance of self-awareness, not only for individual development but also for fostering a healthy parent-child relationship. A key takeaway is the caution against burdening children with personal anxieties. Before we dive into today's episode, I've got a special treat for all of you. If you've ever felt the need to prioritize your emotional well-being, then this is for you. I've created a FREE ebook titled, "15 Easy Habits That Support Your Mental Health." And guess what? Along with this invaluable guide, you'll also get a Self-Care Checklist to keep you on track. It's a fantastic resource, and I genuinely believe it can make a difference. So, pause this episode for a moment, click here, and grab your free copy. Trust me; you won't regret it. More episodes on Attachment Styles: https://lisamustard.com/podcasts/mental-health-conversations-the-role-of-attachment-styles/ https://lisamustard.com/podcasts/breaking-down-the-four-attachment-styles-part-1/ https://lisamustard.com/podcasts/breaking-down-the-four-attachment-styles-part-2-a-put-it-into-practice-episode/ Need continuing education contact hours? If so, then be sure to check out: One hour Podcourses Holistic Counseling Training Series with Chris McDonald, LCMHC Resolving the Parent Trap Training with Christian Jackson, LPC Ready to start your podcast? Connect with Chelsea Weaver Podcasting. Learn about the Psychcraft Network. Visit my Etsy shop for social media ready templates. Find a therapist options: Psychology Today: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us Mental Health Resources and Support: 988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support via phone or chat for people in distress, resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals. Includes information on finding your local crisis center. Phone: 988 Website: http://suicidepreventionlifeline.org SAMHSA's National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders.SAMHSA's National Helpline | SAMHSA It's important to stress that these episodes are not meant to take the place of any work you're doing with your therapist or doctor. In fact, please run these ideas by your counselor or doctor before you act on them to make sure you are ready for them or even fit for the suggestions. I can't stress this enough, each person is unique and their situation is unique so please talk to your dr before starting anything new I may be suggesting. The Therapy Show with Lisa Mustard, and the information provided by Lisa Mustard, is solely intended for informational and entertainment purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment regarding medical or mental health conditions. Although Lisa Mustard is a licensed marriage and family therapist, the views expressed on this site or any related content should not be taken for medical or psychiatric advice. Always consult your physician before making any decisions related to your physical or mental health.
David Montalvo en este episodio platica con Annie Elizondo, neuroeducadora y autora de "Lino y Noli". Platicaron sobre su pasión por el poder de la conexión y sus beneficios en las relaciones interpersonales y el desarrollo humano, su filosofía respetuosa de crianza así como las inquietudes e inseguridades de los padres al no sentirse suficientes, el tiempo de calidad que le damos a los hijos, la aventura de crear un cuento para niños y el impacto que ha tenido en las familias pero sobre todo hablaron de "Cómo conectar con amor" Instagram @davidmontalvomx @educarenconexion_ www.davidmontalvo.com.mx
Rebecca Joy, content manager for the AllMomDoes podcast and Purposely joins Julie Lyles Carr to talk about the journey this podcast has taken. Julie and Rebecca also talk about parenting, where the podcast is going moving forward, a new project you won't want to miss, and why they want to hear from you! This is a special #300 podcast and we are so grateful!Show Notes: https://bit.ly/455xWj9
Why is it so hard for your child to ask for help? Making the transition into independence can often backfire when your kiddo will not ask for help when they need it. Listen to this inspiring Parenting With Impact episode with Elaine and Diane as they discuss the reasons kids have a hard time asking for and accepting help, and how we can prepare them to seek assistance when they need it. Parenting is Leadership Parenting is a leadership opportunity. With the "Parenting is Leadership" Guide from ImpactParents, two frameworks and a dozen core competencies will guide you to up-level your parenting... and improve the most important relationships of your life. Here is what to expect on this week's show: What are the common reasons people don't ask for and accept help? Is it helping or is it controlling? Learning the difference and helping your kid to trust you will assist and not take over. Needing help does not mean you are inadequate. How can you model seeking help for your child? Guiding your child into directing YOU in how you can help them. Related Links: Watch Episode 68: The Independence Pyramid Watch Episode 92 Pushing the Reset Button to Solve Problems Collaboratively Relationship By Design Help Your Complex Kids Be Independent (especially in the mornings) How to Help Your Kids Ask for the Help They Need Teach Your Kids to Ask for Help – A Mother's Success Story Get your FREE copy of 12 Key Coaching Tools https://impactparents.com/gift Connect with Impact Parents: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/impactparents/ @impactparents Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ImpactParent @impactparent LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/impactparents/ @impactparents Twitter: https://twitter.com/ImpactParents @impactparents Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amy Lloyd is back for part two as we explore the challenges of navigating life after leaving the Mormon Church and going through a divorce. Amy highlights the importance of informed consent and the pressure children can face within the church as she navigates co-parenting with a believing spouse and how to handle things such as baptism for their children. Amy's parenting approach focuses on open conversations, allowing her children to make informed decisions about their beliefs. She shares her journey of helping her kids understand complex topics like polygamy and internal versus external truth. Amy encourages parents to find common ground with their ex-spouses, avoid overcorrecting, and apologize when necessary. She emphasizes the importance of processing grief and highlights that there is a happy, healthy life after leaving the Mormon Church and going through divorce. Episode Show Notes YouTube Link Mormon Stories Thanks Our Generous Donors! Help us continue to deliver quality content by becoming a donor today: One-time or recurring donation through Donorbox Support us on Patreon PayPal Venmo Our Platforms: Youtube Patreon Spotify Apple Podcasts Contact us: MormonStories@gmail.com PO Box 171085, Salt Lake City, UT 84117 Social Media: Insta: @mormstories Tiktok: @mormonstoriespodcast Join the Discord
Justin Donald joins us as we delve into a paradigm shift toward achieving exponential growth. Gain insights into various facets of our existence, take a moment to reflect on these insights, and consider how they align with your personal journey by listening until the end of the episode. Key takeaways to listen for Family-centric lifestyle: What it means, and how does it feel to live one? The intricacies of perfectionism and the challenges it poses in our lives Significance of having financial transparency within relationships Ways to achieve exponential growth in business and life A harmonious integration of family, adventure, and impactful giving in life Resources The Family Board Meeting by Jim Sheils | Paperback Acton Academy Hobby Lobby 137: Putting People First and Redefining Philanthropy with David Green Love Justice International Tim Tebow Foundation The Lifestyle Investor by Justin Donald | Kindle, Paperback, and Hardcover About Justin Donald Entrepreneur Magazine calls Justin Donald the “Warren Buffett of Lifestyle Investing.” As the founder of The Lifestyle Investor and a master of low-risk cash flow investing, Justin's ethos is to “create wealth without creating a job.” He excels at simplifying complex financial strategies, structuring deals, and disciplined investment systems that consistently yield profitable results. After 21 months of investing, and before his 37th birthday, Justin's investments generated sufficient passive income for him and his wife Jennifer to leave their jobs. Following his straightforward investment system and 10 Commandments of Lifestyle Investing, Justin negotiated deals with over 200 companies, multiplied his net worth to over nine figures, and continues to maintain a family-centric lifestyle. Connect with Justin Website: The Lifestyle Investor Podcast: The Lifestyle Investor Podcast Connect with Us To learn more about us, visit our website at www.18summers.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To get a copy of our book “The Family Board Meeting”, click here. Subscribe to 18 Summers Podcast and leave a rating and written review! Social Media Channels Facebook Group: 18 Summers LinkedIn: Jimmy Sheils Instagram: @18summerstribe
Routines for your children are more important than you may think. This episode is all about life rhythms! Get Daron's Book, The Death of a Dream HERE ➡️ https://rb.gy/a9ifwi =============================