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Ep. 137: Parents Who Lead

Show notes & links. In this episode, Audrey is joined by Alyssa Westring, co-author of Parents Who Lead: The Leadership Approach You Need to Parent with Purpose, Fuel Your Career, and Create a Richer Life. Alyssa is an associate professor of management at the Driehaus College of Business at DePaul University. She has studied organizational…

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Ep. 117: Raising Good Humans

Show notes & links available here. In Episode 117, I’m chatting with mindfulness expert Hunter Clarke-Fields, author of Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids. We talk about the importance of modeling positive responses to difficult situations and using tools like mindfulness and meditation…

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Ep. 113: Generation Mindful with Suzanne Tucker

In this episode, I’m speaking with Suzanne Tucker of Generation Mindful, a website dedicated to helping kids learn how to regulate their emotions. Big Ideas While working as a physical therapist, Suzanne realized there was much more going on in people’s wellbeing than just the physical body. The whole health approach to healing and wellness…

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Ep. 105: Live Above the Noise with Rob Reiher

In this episode, I’m chatting with Dr. Rob Reiher, co-host of the Live Above the Noise podcast. Dr. Reiher is a developmental and educational psychologist, media expert and author. We discuss the escalating impact of technology, media, and consumerism and the overload on children, families, and society. Dr. Reiher focuses on educating parents on the…

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Ep. 103: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids

In Episode 103, I’m chatting with Carla Naumburg, a writer, speaker, clinical social worker, and parenting coach. She’s the author of three parenting books, including the one that we discuss in this podcast episode, How To Stop Losing Your S*** With Your Kids: A practical guide to becoming a calmer, happier parent. BIG IDEAS Mindful…

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Learning to Breathe

I learned to breathe a few weeks ago. Let me explain. While I’ve been breathing my whole life, I found out a few weeks ago, during a counseling session with a neuro-therapist, that I haven’t been doing it correctly. I spent a lot of my time doing shallow breathing, often while simultaneously feeling agitated. I…

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