How do we navigate rough times as a family?

Life is unpredictable and will certainly throw us curve balls when we least expect it. How do we dig deep to find our inner resilience in these moments, and how do we grow together with compassion and empathy?

Joining me for this conversation is Casey O’Roarty, Med, a facilitator of personal growth and development. 

For the last 15 years, her work has encouraged parents to discover the purpose of their journey, and provided them with tools and a shift of mindset that has allowed them to deepen their relationship with themselves and their families. 

We cover:

  • [6:25] Learning to navigate her daughter’s anxiety and depression through highschool
  • [15:45] Finding out her husband had cancer
  • [24:20] Recommendations for parents who may be in a similar situation
  • [30:55] Standing by the ‘positive discipline’ framework
  • [38:45[ How to take care of yourself so you can show up as the parent and partner you want to be
  • [42:40] What Casey would tell her younger parent self

    Casey is a Positive Discipline Lead Trainer and Coach. She hosts a podcast, parenting summits, live and online classes, and individual coaching at  Her book, Joyful Courage: Calming the Drama and Taking Control of YOUR Parenting Journey was published May 20th, 2019. Casey lives in the Pacific Northwest of the United States with her husband, and two teenagers.

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