Have you ever found a podcast that resonates with you really deeply? If so, maybe it’s Good Life Project by Jonathan Fields! (If not, get in touch with me at weturnedoutokay.com/contact, and share – I’d love to hear what yours is, and why.)
And now, it’s time to board the big yellow field trip bus that has pulled into our summer camp parking lot, heading out to one of my very favorite podcasts. Go to weturnedoutokay.com/093 to grab the links and come on the field trip!
Two favorite episodes of Good Life Project with Jonathan Fields:
Jonathan has a great conversation with parenting expert Dr. Shefali Tsabary, who has an amazing take on why we parents do the things we do. This really introspective and thoughtful discussion about what motivates us as parents got me thinking about why I parent the way I do. Go to goodlifeproject.com/doctor-shefali tsabary/?t=radio to listen, and I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!
Jonathan’s wonderful interview about how to see what really matters, with perception expert Amy Herman, has changed my life. I went around thinking I was awesomely perceptive, and (as you hear in today’s episode) I am kind of not. But I’m learning!
Listen at goodlifeproject.com/amy-herman/?t=radio
Other Key Links:
In today’s episode, three previous We Turned Out Okay episodes come up:
weturnedoutokay.com/081 is where I share about a surprisingly light moment while helping my parents as my dad underwent brain surgery this past May;
weturnedoutokay.com/058, about how to know if something is really wrong; in this episode I share about being sexually abused as a child and the fallout from that.
Also, I bring up an earlier episode called 4 Ways to Help Your Child Cope with Challenging Situations, from summer 2015; listen by going to weturnedoutokay.com/017.
Are you fretting about some aspect of raising your kids?
Trouble with daycare, or worries about that looming first day of school?
Do you need help balancing work, family, and taking care of you?
Are you in need of more support than We Turned Out Okay alone can give?
Then you should check out the Ninja Parenting Community! – go to weturnedoutokay.com/ninja-parenting-community-login to learn more and see how I can help you worry less and enjoy more in your parenting.