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Jen Lumanlan always thought infancy would be the hardest part of parenting. Now she has a toddler and finds a whole new set of tools are needed, there are hundreds of books to read, and academic research to uncover that would otherwise never see the light of day. Join her on her journey to get a Masters in Psychology focusing on Child Development, as she researches topics of interest to parents of toddlers and preschoolers from all angles, and suggests tools parents can use to help kids thri ...
 
Cindy Wang Brandt helps parents heal from religious trauma, break toxic cycles, and raise children with healthy spirituality and conscious citizenship. She is an author, speakers, conference host committed to helping parents raise kids for a better world. The Parenting Forward podcast features interviews with thought leaders from progressive faith and non-faith spaces, resources to create better practices in parenting and life with children. We believe parenting is revolutionary, that if we ...
 
FamilyPreneur® is the podcast for family-first entrepreneurs building profitable and progressive businesses. By simplifying & streamlining business strategies, FamilyPreneurs are spending previously unimagined amounts of time making memories with their families - and less time stressed over business. FamilyPreneur® is hosted by Meg Brunson, a former Facebook employee who left the corporate world to pursue entrepreneurship and be more present with her family. She now runs her business from th ...
 
Welcome to Upbringing. We’re Hannah and Kelty - twins, mothers and works-in-progress. Upbringing is a movement that empowers parents to grow up alongside their kids for sanity and social change. Through this podcast, speaking and coaching, we focus on our personal work as parents- the awareness, mindset and approach needed to raise amazing kids while ALSO getting shit done. Join us to radically redefine kids’ resistance as a magical opportunity to nurture skills and values like consent, non- ...
 
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Ever been triggered by your child’s behavior? It can feel uncontrollable. No matter how hard we try to hold ourselves back when our child behaves a certain way, it immediately puts us into triggered mode. Jen Lumanlan addressed this in her talk at my recent Parenting is Revolutionary conference. Jen holds an MS in Psychology (Child Development) and…
 
In this episode Karen reflects on College Kids and the hope as a baby boomer that they would be different than previous generations when it comes to discrimination and personal bias. In This Episode You'll Learn Self-awareness Observation Finding Your Voice Meet Karen Loomis Karen Loomis, oracle and founder of No Moss Brands, is no stranger to the …
 
For the first time, in this episode I bow out and and let listeners Jenny and Emma take over, who wanted to share how they’ve been supporting each other over the last few months. They started from pretty different points: Emma wasn’t having parenting struggles, but often over-communicated with her husband and he would stonewall in response, agreein…
 
Adrianna and Tim had read all the parenting books. (And I mean ALL the books.) But NOTHING seemed to be working. They were still feeling frustrated with their kids on a very regular basis. And their kids were fighting what seemed like every second of the day. They joined the Parenting Membership last May, and the transformation our community has se…
 
The Parenting is Revolutionary Conference is over! It was an incredible time connecting with other parents and parenting influencers in the online space. I myself learned so much and, though I’m exhausted, I feel so fulfilled by the experience. Throughout many of the sessions of the conference, childhood trauma was discussed. A question popped up o…
 
Last call to join our Show Up + Grow Up small group coaching for May -- club meets this Monday May 9th! Mondays at 11am- 1PM PST - MAY 9th, 16th, 23rd + 30th. Work with us to build values and skills around: 🌈 Body positivity + safety 🌈 Emotional regulation 🌈 Non-violent communication 🌈 Boundary-setting 🌈 Family agreements 🌈 Natural consequences 🌈 H…
 
Last call to join our Show Up + Grow Up small group coaching for May! Work with us to build values and skills around: 🌈 Body positivity + safety 🌈 Emotional regulation 🌈 Non-violent communication 🌈 Boundary-setting 🌈 Family agreements 🌈 Natural consequences 🌈 Humor + perspective 🌈 Camaraderie + cooperation 🌈 Consent culture GRAB YOUR SPOT FOR SMALL…
 
Recently someone posted a question in one of my communities: “Is it really so wrong to want my child to just LISTEN to me sometimes? It seems like such a no-no in gentle parenting circles, and I’m worried that my child is growing up to be entitled and won’t know how to respect authority when they really HAVE to.” Parent Chrystal gave such a beautif…
 
“On average, authoritative parents spanked just as much as the average of all other parents. Undoubtedly, some parents can be authoritative without using spanking but we have no evidence that all or even most parents can achieve authoritative parenting without an occasional spank.” I was fascinated by this statement, since authoritative parenting i…
 
Today's episode is a re-airing of one of our top podcasts where we explore 10 ways we are attempting to parent for sanity and social change through our discipline. We'll be on a quick spring break and back to you all soon! Parenting is revolutionary and the way we treat our kids can change the world. Last chance to enroll in the virtual Parenting F…
 
Thank you for a great convo! Parenting is revolutionary and the way we treat our kids can change the world. Last chance to enroll in the virtual Parenting Forward Conference, beginning April 25th! We loved connecting with Cindy Wang Brandt about how to support sensitive kids. The conference also hosts some of our favorite parenting leaders of all t…
 
One of my favorite people, Hillary McBride, recently posted this on Twitter: “Spiritual trauma is someone handing you an inner critic and telling you it’s the voice of God.” I love that quote because it paints the picture of religious trauma so well. Trauma doesn’t always have to involve one disastrous event; it can be the result of the script we w…
 
In her book Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home, Toko-pa Turner talks about the disconnection we feel from others, as well as from our own selves, because of the experiences we’ve had in our childhood. While Toko-pa’s childhood was traumatic by any definition, even those of us who didn’t experience severe trauma were told - either verbally or non…
 
Our Right From The Start baby video course and community is now OPEN for enrollment! The course will bring you both the reassurance AND information you need in your baby’s first year to make the decisions that are uniquely right for your family. ✨ No prescribed rules, no perfection to attain… Just the essentials to help you move forward with clarit…
 
We loved connecting with Rachel of the 3 in 30 podcast about supporting our older siblings when a new baby comes into the family! From Rachel's show notes: For all you mamas of one out there, what do you envision when you imagine adding a second baby to your family? And for all of your mamas of multiple out there, what do you remember about adding …
 
Our Right From The Start baby video course and community is now OPEN for enrollment! The course will bring you both the reassurance AND information you need in your baby’s first year to make the decisions that are uniquely right for your family. ✨ No prescribed rules, no perfection to attain… Just the essentials to help you move forward with clarit…
 
I don’t know about you, but I spent a LOT of time thinking about my birth plan before Carys was born. I mean, that thing went through multiple iterations as I read new books about the birth process and thought about what I wanted mine to be like. And I got lucky; we didn’t stray too far from the plan (except that that whole ‘urge to push’ thing? We…
 
Thank you for a great convo! Looking for some support for challenges within mealtime, bedtime, hygiene, transitions, big feelings, resistance, screentime, homework, sibling conflict, anxiety, yelling, mean words and more? TUNE IN and VISIT OUR WEBSITE to build skills in: 🌈 Body positivity + safety 🌈 Emotional regulation 🌈 Non-violent communication …
 
Parenting is revolutionary because it not only changes your perspective as a parent but it also impacts your perspective of your kids. Parenting is not just for parents but for anyone who wants to see a better world, not only for the children but for all of us that co-exist. Parenting is revolutionary because it changes us. It evolves us and it dem…
 
We've already covered a couple of episodes on sleep, including the cultural issues associated with sleep, then more recently we talked with Dr. Chris Winter about his book The Rested Child where we looked at sleep issues in older children. But if you have a young child who isn't sleeping well, from the baby stage all the way up to about preschool, …
 
The band The Alphabet Rockers consists of lead members Kaitlin McGaw and Tommy Shepherd, and a multi-racial group of children who are also involved in writing and performing. They write about their real lived experiences and their desire to live in a world where everyone belongs. Kaitlin and Tommy are actually fellows at the Othering and Belonging …
 
Since the pandemic, the world of Christian faith deconstruction exploded into this wonderful kaleidoscope of podcasters and influencers, including the Dirty Rotten Church Kids, Adrian and Josh, who both left their faith but continued to forge and nurture a solid friendship beyond the walls of the church. Once you leave the church that has become a …
 
You know that growing your email list can be an important key to building your business. But do you have it set up so that you're also building trust with new subscribers? And how can you use is effectively to work with your family's hectic and sometimes unpredictable schedule? In this episode you'll learn: The #1 email automation to set up first H…
 
This episode is a continuation of the series on the intersection of children and food. We've also heard from Dr. Lindo Bacon on busting myths about fat, Dr. Michael Goran on how sugar affects our children, Dr. Karen Throsby with a more high-level view on the sugar topic, and Ellyn Satter on her Division of Responsibility approach. My guest in this …
 
Engaging content is no longer optional and a strong brand can speak for you and drive more potential clients to buy, promote and recommend you. It’s a trust accelerator. Learn the SVC Approach to engaging content: Strategic, Value-based, and Consistent. Walk away with a plan on what to post, when to post and how to engage. In this episode you will …
 
The stigma of having an abortion is still rampant, especially among highly conservative people of faith. This led to Katey Zeh’s passion for navigating how to bridge these two worlds. It is important to provide care and compassion to those who decide to go through abortion because, at its core, abortion is still part of the human experience. Statis…
 
Last chance for March small group coaching Show Up & Grow Up Club! Looking for some support for challenges within mealtime, bedtime, hygiene, transitions, big feelings, resistance, screentime, homework, sibling conflict, anxiety, yelling, mean words and more? GRAB YOUR SPOT FOR SMALL GROUP COACHING IN MARCH! MARCH 7th, 14th, 21st + 28th. ⚡️Mondays …
 
Molly Ryden joins Meg Brunson to discuss the generational concept of mom guilt and why modern mamas needs to find a healthy understanding of both providing for their families and being there for their babies. Setting intentions for daily interactions and expectations can be hard for moms and it leads to a gross misunderstanding of sense of self. In…
 
Tune in for our interview with Cindy Wang Brandt of the Parenting Forward Podcast and parenting community! In this episode we talked about: How Upbringing came to be. Why we should talk about kids on a spectrum of diversity that’s related to their sensitivity and spiritedness. What sensitivity and spiritedness mean. Why we need to accept our kids e…
 
One day Iris took her daughter to the park, with enough snacks with for both of them. When Iris got hungry, she asked her daughter to share some of the food - but her daughter refused. Iris knows that hunger is a factor that dramatically narrows her Window of Tolerance and makes it more likely that she’ll snap at her child’s behavior, so she asked …
 
Every feel flooded? Triggered? Too emotionally hijacked to respond calmly to your kids' big feelings and challenging behaviors? Join our conversation with Jen Lumanlan of Your Parenting Mojo to talk about ways to calm our minds and bodies so we don't keep losing our shit on our kids! Jen explores ways we can stop cycles of trauma and begin healing …
 
Discover how you can change your approach to social media, using Andréa's framework for navigating social media in a more mindful way, with simple actions to help ease the overwhelm and find joy in social media again. In This Episode You'll Learn Important social media metrics to consider for measuring the success of a social media campaign The bes…
 
Growing up in a religious and Asian household, I had very little sex education, if any, and it was mainly about purity culture. And it has only been in the past two years that I've actually delved into demolishing such sex-negativity. Last month, I ran a webinar on sex-positive parenting with Melissa Pintor Carnagey and I got to check off some of t…
 
Feeling triggered by your kids' big feelings and challenging behaviors? Doors are open for the Taming Your Triggers Workshop by Your Parenting Mojo! We LOVE taking this workshop and can't recommend it enough to our community. This is the last week to sign up… Learn more about the amazing elements of the workshop HERE! We are so excited to begin wit…
 
We’ve covered the topic of boundaries before, in our conversation with Xavier Dagba. In my work with parents, I see that an inability to set boundaries is a MAJOR cause of feeling triggered by our child’s behavior. When we snap at our child’s behavior, it often (not always, but often) comes somewhat later in the day. There’s a reason for that: it’s…
 
Tune in for our interview with Rosalia of the About Consent Podcast and Consent Parenting Community! In this episode we talked about: How we got started and why it was important to teach consent principles to our kids What our ‘freedoms’ model is all about How our parenting practices intersect with consent parenting and feminism How parents can enj…
 
Shehla Faizi joins Meg Brunson to share lessons learned surrounding her entrepreneurial journey. Shehla immigrated to the US from Pakistan, and shares insights about seeking traditional employment as an international immigrant - as well as how bring a Muslim plays a role in her entrepreneurship. She started her business alongside the emergence of C…
 
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