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In today’s episode with 3-time returning champion Janine Halloran, the conversation goes in all kinds of useful directions, many of which I did not see coming!
Listen to learn more about:
– Big Feelings, the ones Janine says “feel like you can’t contain them in your body”
– How to stop engaging in the all-too-common and dangerous parenting ploy, “positively invalidating” our kids’ feelings
– Whether your young child is lucky, or unlucky, in the expression of feelings (and the HUGE difference this can make in a child’s life)
The Handle the Holidays FREE 5-Day Challenge, designed to help you cut through the BS and really enjoy this time of year, starts in just over a week!
With daily emails that will give you a series of quick wins beamed into your inbox each day of the challenge, and a Facebook live in our private We Turned Out Okay Facebook group on the last day (Friday, December 22, 2017), you’ll have a whole new outlook on how to really enjoy these last days of 2017! Click here to participate in one of WTOO’s favorite listener rituals – the challenge – and feel better about the holidays at the same time!
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Ermagerrrd, Episode 200!!
It is fitting that this particular episode is with a guest who specializes in helping families tell stories – really, in helping people preserve their family legacies.
Nicola Davison, mom
, biographer, and journalist, has hit upon an idea that really resonated with me, so I know it will resonate with you: engaging our parents and grandparents to tell their stories, and to get your kids involved for a multigenerational understanding of where we come from, and how we got here.
Speaking of “how we got here,” I couldn’t let episode 200 go by without talking about how WE got HERE.
And in talking about THAT, we can’t help but discuss how to get where we want to go, and how to help our kids do the same.
Thank you for sticking with me for 200 episodes! It’s an honor to be in your ears, and even more so when you tell a friend about the show, or go to my contact page to share a story or question.