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29. Pregnancy After Loss

Pregnant again after miscarriage, stillbirth, or loss of your child. It’s an emotional ride packed with so many different emotions.

27. Yes, school sucks this year. Here are some tips

We know school looks different for everyone this year. In this episode, we talk with a teacher to discuss virtual learning, what’s it really like for teachers and what parents can do to help their kids be successful during this time.

26. Away from home and on their own

When kids turn 18 many leave the house to head to college or start a job. This is great insight from our Licensed Independent Social Worker to prepare any parent for some top issues that happen with this age group.

25. 936 weeks.

936 weeks is how much time you have with your child from birth to age 18. In this week’s episode we talk about transitioning to college after that time is up! We talk to Julie, mom of three who just sent her twin girls to college during a pandemic.

15. Hidden in plain sight. When teaching becomes touching.

A mother’s fight for justice for her daughter. This is Stephanie’s story of how she found out about her daughter’s gym teacher inappropriately touching her and her classmates on school grounds. It’s a story of anger, outrage and a relentless fight parents are taking on for their girls.

13. Hilarious mom moments.

We’ve all been there. Embarrassed by something our kids have done or said. It’s worse when we are out in public! Join us for a laugh as we share some of the top embarrassing moments in our motherhood journey!

12. Filling your cup without the cocktail

Alcohol is so prevalent in our society and sometimes it’s easy to drink away the anxiety, fear, anger and frustrations of life. Lesley shares her story of how she quit drinking for good and how that decision changed her life.

Ashley Buffa

11. Calming the chaos of clutter

If you are ready to get your kids off of the couch and doing the dishes already, this episode is for you. Ashley Buffa shares her tips and tricks to help stressed out moms reclaim their homes with a secret tool they already have…their kids!

10. Mothering without a mom.

She lost her mom when she was 16. Now, her motherhood journey is shaped by the fact that she has lived more years without her mom than with her. This is Lucy’s story of how she refused to let her grief harden her but instead used it to become a better friend, partner and mom. 

9. Silent Loss. The depths of stillbirth.

Natalie’s son, Samuel was stillborn at 33 weeks in 2019. This is her story of silent loss, grief and how she found strength in the face of tragedy.
Stillbirth is the death of a baby at more than 20 weeks gestation. It impacts 1 in 100 pregnancies.

8. Finding your YOU again

After kids many of us get stuck. We identify as only one thing: mom. This mom shares her transformation story of how she found herself again and her advice on what you can do too.

7. The monster that is postpartum depression

No one told you it was a possibility. How could the happiest time of your life be shadowed by dark thoughts and a lack of emotion? Sometimes it’s our turn to let you in. This is Katie’s story of taming the beast that is postpartum depression.

6. If you don’t know your Enneagram type, you’re missing out!

Executive life coach and certified Enneagram teacher, David Charpentier breaks down the personality types and explains how knowing them can help you parent better!

David Charpentier

5. Intimacy in isolation

During any stressful situation topics like sex, intimacy, connection with our partner are not always top of mind, especially in chaotic situations. This episode we talk with a marriage/family counselor and sex therapist, Randi Levinson.

4. I’m losing my F&*%ing mind.

It’s okay not to be okay right now. If you are losing your mind, so are we! Our social worker is breaking down the mental health aspects of this once in a lifetime pandemic. Our Licensed Independent Social Worker, Mike gives us some tips!

3. Coping through crisis

Uncertainty and disappointment are common feelings as we navigate this pandemic. Tony Miltenberger helps us cope through the crisis. 

2. Parenting and teaching through a pandemic

The world is changing everyday due to the pandemic. Parents have had to adjust every facet of their lives and in many cases become the teacher, overnight. Help is here! What you should know from a teacher. 

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