In this episode, we take a look inside my membership community, which is currently open for enrollment.

Our conversation is a beautiful example of the support, love, kindness and guidance that you will receive within this community. We focus specifically on the challenges we face as parents – from handling our ‘extra’ or ‘more’ kids, to grieving the parenting journey we thought we would have.

We cover:

  • [2:20] Introducing our parenting panel guests 
  • [5:40] Realizing your parenting journey is not the experience you were expecting
  • [10:15] The challenges that come with parenting kids who are ‘extra’ or ‘more’ 
  • [20:40] Forgiving ourselves to the grief we feel 
  • [26:15] Learning compassion for ourselves 
  • [32:00] How our ‘extra’ kids show us how ‘extra’ we are
  • [39:30] Adapting and healing within 
  • [46:55] Advice for parents who feel alone in their parenting journey 
  • [53:30] Learning how to see yourself from your kid’s eyes

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  1. Carrie says:

    Thank you so much for this excellent podcast episode taking it back to first steps of recognizing what is going on and why we as parents feel like failures even though we are “doing all the things”. It was so validating. I loved the language used about kids being “more and extra”. So helpful. I have always thought there was something wrong with me even though I’d consider myself to be smart and sensible but I couldn’t seem to manage my only child while other moms skipped through daisy fields with 4! Now I know he is extra which a shot of ADHD and we can manage better as we can accept that there is reason and we don’t have to follow what “works” for others if it doesn’t work for us. Thank you for all your work.

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