My guest this week is Autumn Smith and we are discussing the hot topic of meat consumption… It’s time to upgrade your thinking around meat and the quality you consume. The issues around agriculture, animal farming, soil health, and more are some of the most pressing of our time. We all need to understand what’s actually happening in this realm versus what mainstream media is touting as it’s having a major impact on our children now and definitely will impact their future.
My guest this week is Dr. Emily King and we discuss how to navigate educational needs and school-related issues specific to children and their development. We are going to explore how parents can best advocate for their kids, while also supporting the teachers and other professionals who are typically working really hard in these environments.
My guests this week are Meredith TerHaar and Joe Graham. The Enneagram describes 9 different ways of seeing the world. This ancient personality wisdom tool helps us understand how we make sense of the things that happen to us and how we tend to manage our emotions and responses. As you can imagine, this becomes very useful in parenting.
My guest this week is Trudy Scott, a certified nutritionist on a mission to educate and empower parents and children who suffer from anxiety. She is known for her expertise in the use of targeted individual amino acids, the social anxiety condition pyroluria and the harmful effects of benzodiazepines.
My guest this week is Stephanie Meyers. Stephanie and I are going to share simple strategies you can use today to adjust your “table talk”. These tips are great tools for improving the dynamics during mealtimes and helping your kids (and adults too!) develop the skills of healthy eating that they can use throughout their lives.
My guest this week is travel expert, Dawn Barclay. When vacation planning, it’s really important that you look for locations that understand you and your family’s needs. For example, if you work with a certified autism travel professional, they have been trained in all the different elements of travel, so they are going to be able to place you where you need to go.
My guest this week is Roudy Nassif, and in this episode we discuss the importance of light exposure. May is Mental Health Awareness and a topic very relevant for mental and physical health that many do not know about is light exposure–the quality and timing is actually very critical to every aspect of our health.
In this episode I’m sharing with you the core ideas that actually make the biggest difference in our lives as parents and in our kids’ lives during their growing up years.
My guest this week is Dr. Dawn Huebner. Most kids develop specific fears about something over the course of their childhood, but these fears tend to go away without requiring any kind of significant intervention. However, some kids get very stuck on specific fears, which can impact all parts of a child’s life, and even a parents’ and a family’s life. Learn about some effective strategies you can use to help your child.
My guest this week is Kelsey Torgerson Dunn, as kids get into the teen and young adult years, it can be really tough as a parent or a professional to decipher what is at the root of hostile or dismissive behavior. They may seem like they’re angry, but when we dig deeper, anxiety may be the culprit.
My guest this week is Kristen Jenson an in this episode. As uncomfortable or difficult as it may be to talk about pornography with your children, it’s our responsibility as parents to set aside our own discomfort around the topic, so that we can be an accurate and healthy source of information and be a support for them.
My guest this week is Dr. Cindy Hovington and in this episode, we discuss researched-based parenting and navigating the endless opinions and conflicting information online and on social media. Let’s discuss a more practical guide to parenting with flexible guideposts.