New Mama Welcome Pack

New Mama Welcome Pack – September 30th to October 3rd Sale

A few months ago I was invited to check out the New Mama Welcome Pack – a collection of helpful insights, conversations, videos, articles and exercises to support new (and possibly overwhelmed) moms. Basically, it’s a bunch of conversations with moms who have been there and who feel passionately about supporting new moms so they […]

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Navigating Emotions Webinar Replay

Were you able to catch the recent discussion I had with Amy Bryant of Parenting Beyond Punishment about navigating emotions in parenthood? Here are some of the topics we discussed… Feeling through emotions is a unique experience Making amends for our mistakes with the “4 R’s of Recovery” 3 Aspects of Emotions Recognizing when we need help […]

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What’s My Background? Important Question!

Recently a parent asked me about my background for offering parenting classes (such as Clear Discipline). Here’s my response… At heart, I’m a philosopher. I offer experiential activities and workshops to help people determine what is true and meaningful to them – as well as helpful for humanity as a whole. My background is broad… […]

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Sheila Pai of A Living Family

Nurturing You: A Mindful Self-Care Retreat Starts Today

I’m still learning self-care. How about you? It’s an interesting dance… taking care of others while caring for myself – and learning what is truly caring for me. Not just someone else’s idea of self-care. Because if I’m just subscribing to someone else’s ideas then it’s not likely to actually be caring. More likely it’s […]

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Share With a Mom You Know: A Mother’s Time Out Global Gathering September 15 – October 3, 2014

Mothering grows me everyday. The gifts, the challenges, the mundane and the amazing… mothers get to experience it all – and then some. Sometimes mothering doesn’t turn out to be what we’d hoped, or we struggle along the way. This can be devastating – or simply frustrating. Sometimes we suffer alone and afraid to ask […]

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