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As an attachment parent myself, I understand that all-compelling desire to nurture my children in every way possible! But at the end of the day when we're feeling touched out, desperate from lack of sleep, and the grump is on, who's really winning? Join me in this discussion to feel into what attachment parenting really means to us and how we can take care of ourselves too, so we can truly give our kids our best.~~ For more information about me and what I offer, or to download full-length workshops, I warmly welcome you to visit my website at www.welcomewithlovefamilycare.com. Want to connect? You can reach me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for listening!
This week on Mom Talk Radio, Lynne Kenney, Psy.D. and co-author of Bloom: Helping Children Blossom talks about what makes Bloom different from other parenting books. Huggies MomInspired winner Michelle Isrow explains how the invention of Undercover Tape has evolved into a successful business. Dr. Liz Matheis of Psychological and Educational Consulting, LLC talks about how to recognize when to seek professional psychological help for your child. The Mom’s Roundtable discusses the Do’s and Don’ts of Attachment Parenting. Gilda Batista shares how her daughter’s school project evolved into a business.
This episode has been edited taking out techincal difficulties and we will continue the converstion on Monday 2/17/14. Bunny does talk about her trials with breastfeeding and the help she received in the first 15 minutes of the show. We will surely revisited this topic at another time, as this is still a good starting dialogue. Bunny and Fox will talk about attachment parenting, breastfeeding, co-sleeping, baby wearing, and other parenting styles, also when it isnt appropriate to bring baby along, join us on facebook The Bunny and Friends Show
Dr. Jodi Stoner holds a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology and a Master's Degree in Education. She is a practicing Licensed Mental Health Counselor working with couples and individuals facing life-changing events and with families in transition. She specializes in life skills training, relationship building and self-esteem enhancement. She is a commencement speaker and workshop trainer in various organizations. Dr. Stoner is active in community affairs; past president of Charity Mrs. and Miller School of Medicine -Parent's Association. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, Psi Chi Honor Society, Project Newborn, and South Florida SPCA. She is the co-author of best selling non-fiction, Good Manners Are Contagious.
Attachment parenting, a phrase coined by pediatrician William Sears, is a parenting philosophy based on the principles of the attachment theory in developmental psychology. According to attachment theory, the child forms a strong emotional bond with caregivers during childhood with lifelong consequences. Sensitive and emotionally available parenting helps the child to form a secure attachment style which fosters a child's socio-emotional development and well being.
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We are all born and we will all die, making both of these transitions as gracefully as possible. But what will we do with each breath in between?
At the age of 14, Amy Wright Glenn began to question the Mormon faith of her family. She embarked on a lifelong personal and scholarly quest for truth. While teaching comparative religion and philosophy, Amy was drawn to the work of supporting women through labor and holding compassionate space for the dying. In Birth, Breath & Death, Amy shares moving tales of each life transition while drawing on her work as a birth doula, hospital chaplain and her own experience of motherhood.
In addition to her doula and chaplaincy work, Amy is a scholar of comparative religion and philosophy with over 20 years of Yoga and Meditation teaching experience. She earned her Masters of Arts in Religion and Education at Columbia University. Amy taught for 11 years in The Religion and Philosophy Department at The Lawrenceville School in New Jersey and was the recipient of the Dunbar Abston Jr. Chair for Teaching Excellence. A Yoga, Prenatal Yoga Teacher and (CD)DONA, she is the voice for “Motherhood, Spirituality, and Religion” for Philly.com, blogs for Attachment Parenting International, Doula Trainings International and The Birthing Site, and is a regular columnist for Holistic Parenting Magazine. Birth, Breath & Death is her first book.
Amy teaches Yoga and Pre-natal Yoga in South Florida.
Please consider purchasing a copy of this book and donating it to a local hospice or birth center.
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Are you a parent? Does it seem like your children are out of control? Do you feel you are the blame? Well your Parenting is Under Fire.
Tune in with Pastor Monica as she discusses that parenting isn't easy, but don't forget you are THE PARENT. The children are not your EQUAL. P
Liz knows the challenges of single parenting first hand. This experience has inspired her to create a support community for single parents. Learn more about her story and this dynamic organzation.
Are you raising a teenager, or a soon to be teenager? Is he/she prepared for the real world?
How much would you love your teenager to become an adult and thrive? Totally, right?
Discover a simple way to train your teenager for success with the help of today's guest - Lisa Timms. Through her own personal parenting journey, Lisa discovered the importance of teaching children, especially teenagers life skills.
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Welcome to our fifth episode in the series - 'Me in MothErhood', brought to you by Namrataa Arora Singh, Founder and Coach, Life Beyond Motherhood.
Your Host, Namrataa, is a Life Balance Coach for Working Women and brings to you this series, specifically focused on helping mothers find a sustainable work life balance after having a baby.
This episode is an informative dialogue with two expert coaches Vimala Seshadri and Supreet Oberoi from India. Join us as we raise key issues faced by moms everyday and get insights on hiw to ZAP the STRESS from parenting!
Finding the right school supplies, especially if your child's teachers have given you lists of must-haves, can leave you racing from one office-supply megamart to the next and battling other parents for the last spiral-bound notebook. We'll talk about school supplies we like and hate, and how schools could make this whole thing easier.
Every week you run your business, your family and your life (kind of) and feel like you're going insane in the process.
Good news... you aren't alone. Every week, Amy and a guest chat about the fun (and not so fun) life of mom entrepreneurs and business owners. And guess what? It's not just business as usual. We're talking about it ALL. Every aspect of life as a business owner and all of the gritty shit that goes with it:
Parenting- Success, failure, going nuts...
Relationships- Sex, divorce, love, dating
Business- Strategy, staff, success stories
Sex- Or the lack thereof
Money- Whether you have it or you don't, you likely want more
Health- Exercise, diet, stress reduction
House- Cooking, cleaning, errands and the details that drive you batty
Self care- Meditation, rituals, spirit, fun
Mistakes... lots of mistakes and lessons
Join Amy Wright, Lifestyle Concierge for Busy Entrepreneurs as she explores the life of successful mom (and dad) CEO's, entrepreneurs and business owners. It's not always pretty, but it's real. What happens when business comes together and life falls apart.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh interviewed educator Kelly Elmore about "Why Growth Mindsets Matter" in this episode of Philosophy in Action Radio.
Carol Dweck's book Mindset: The New Psychology of Success offers a new perspective on learning. People with a "fixed mindsets" believe that traits like intelligence or social skills are fixed and cannot be changed much. People with "growth mindsets" believe that humans have the potential to change the traits they possess and constantly learn and improve. As a part of the research for her dissertation, Kelly Elmore has explored the psychological research conducted by Dweck and other cognitive psychologists that led to Dweck's development of the concept of "mindsets." In this interview, she explained what mindsets are, how they impact our lives, and how we can develop growth mindsets in ourselves and encourage them in others.
Kelly Elmore is working on her PhD in rhetoric and composition at Georgia State University. She is in the planning stages of writing her dissertation, which will focus on Carol Dweck's concept of mindset and its relevance to writing.
To download or feed a high-quality version of this episode, plus show notes and other details, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
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