How to Have a Healthy Co-Parenting Relationship with Nicole Lupushansky

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In today’s episode, my guest Nicole Lupushansky and I explore the world of respectful co-parenting after divorce and why it is important for the child’s overall well-being. In our conversation, we realized that even in ongoing partnerships or marriages, the same friction points can arise when two parents have a different view on parenting. We dive into why we need to learn to step back and let our children and their fathers build and define their own relationships.

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How to Raise Critical Thinkers in Your Homeschool with Julie Bogart

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In today’s episode my guest Julie Bogart and I talk about the importance of getting to know your children and letting them explore their interests even if it doesn’t look like “learning”.

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Let's stop Celebrating the Mental Load in Motherhood, or "Motherload"

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In today's episode, I explore the topic of mental load in motherhood (also called motherload). I share my evolution on this topic and my thoughts about why we need to stop propagating the celebration of mental load in motherhood. I believe that we have it in us to change the dynamic and let go of being the"perfect mom" who does it all. If we can't do it for ourselves, let's at least do it for our children, so they can grow up in a more equitable society.

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How to Identify Your Children’s Marketable Skills Through Homeschooling with Renee Harris

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In today’s episode, Renee shares her story of how a skin care product she had created for dry skin grew into an online business that could retire her husband and support her family. Out of necessity, her husband took over homeschooling and soon realized that he liked to dive into projects with them that eventually led them to become specialists in these areas. This approach to fostering their interest and helping them identify marketable skills has led them to their new venture “Parent Their Pas…

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How to Recognize and Keep our Children Save from Bullying with Candice Dugger

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In today’s episode, Candice and I are discussing all things bullying. We define what bullying is, explore the roots of bullying and its shocking effects. Candice is determined to stop the bullying culture by helping kids and teens with social-emotional skills and teaching leadership to them. And finally, she’s giving us some tools to stop bullying and intervene when we observe it happen.

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How to Share the Load and Set Expectations at Home through Systems and SOPs with Amy Lockrin

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In today’s episode, Amy Lockrin shares her journey from the corporate space to becoming an entrepreneur in search of a better work-life balance. Her drive to be more present with her family ignited her passion to help other entrepreneurs to build a business with strategy and create efficient systems to not enslave themselves to the continuous demands of running a business.

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I lost my cool and flipped my lid, now what?

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You flipped your lid. Now what?

Have you ever been in a situation where you felt so triggered that you said (or yelled) something you truly wished you hadn’t said? Right. It happens. You flipped your lid. Now you fall into the negative spiral thinking you damaged your kids, or how you’re not cut out to be a mom, or how you should have been able to control yourself better,...Now you’re feeling shameful.

I want you to know that you are not a bad mom because you sometimes yell at your kids, so le…

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Homeschool gone Wild - Unschooling as a Lifestyle with Karla Williams

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Today's episode is all about the magic that happens when we let go of control. Karla shares how she started out with school-like homeschooling, but when she added three more kids she decided to focus on creating a safe space for the blended family. This is what ultimately led her to unschooling and to discover who her children really are (as she says).

Even if you're skeptical of unschooling, go, give it a listen as Karla shares so much wisdom about leading a life with purpose.

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Should I Stay or Should I go? On Marriage and Healthy Adult Relationships with Beth Rowles

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Today’s episode is all about our adult relationships, and more specifically the one with our partner or spouse post-kids. Beth and I explore how we can change a relationship dynamic and why it is ultimately a choice whether or not to invest in it.  Beth is on a mission to end “divorce culture” and show couples how to rekindle their relationship even if they feel it’s on the brink of falling apart.

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Healing The Next Generation through Trauma Resolution in Motherhood with Christa Bevan

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Today’s episode is all about trauma and our response to it. Christa helps us understand the difference between big T and little t trauma and why we should never discount a traumatic experience. She shares what TRE is and why it helps resolve trauma. We explore why attachment parenting could actually be bad for moms and what to do instead. Lastly, Christa shares her key steps to creating a work-life integration that works for her.

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