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Jun 30, 2020

All parents have one similar problem: too much to do in too little time.  Is there any parent among us that feels like they have this completely under their belt?  I think not.

Time mapping is a tool that can help parents to accomplish what matters most.

Join us with our guest Lisa Andersen as we learn all about...

Jun 23, 2020

There is power in feeling gratitude.  Studies have shown that your brain releases serotonin and dopamine when gratitude is felt, which leads to an immediate sense of happiness. 

Nancy Davis Kho, a freelance writer, podcaster and author took this idea of gratitude to a whole new level.  Instead of just feeling gratitude...

Jun 16, 2020

We are big fans of personality profiles.  We have found many of them to be an insightful look into our own motivations as well as those of the people closest to us.  Not only does understanding that help us to be kinder to ourselves, but it also helps us to be kinder to those around us.  One of our favorite resources is...

Jun 9, 2020

Positive parenting skills are definitely something that most parents would like to incorporate...unless that means that mom is super positive and kids are holy terrors.  "Not so!" Says our guest Stephanie Creighton.  Stephanie began this interview by assuring listeners that 

1. Positive parenting is NOT perfect...

Jun 2, 2020

Every human was made to be attached to other human beings.  Attachment Theory describes the bond between parent and child that influences subsequent behaviors and feelings in that child's life. 

Valerie Hamaker is with us this week discussing attachment theory.  She talks about the attachment categories, how we can help...