Follow me I had the pleasure of chatting with Briana Villegas on a recent episode of What I Wish My Mother Taught Me. Briana is a Cycle-Syncing coach, and she helps women understand and leverage the different stages of their menstrual cycle. Helping women turn the cycle into something that works for them instead of something to push through or pretend isn’t there. Our cycle impacts every aspect of our life, communication, our motivation, our energy, our appetite, and how we relate to other people in our life. Tools to Help Young Girls Manage their Cycle Women should have basic knowledge of how our bodies work and how it should…
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Trauma and Healing Childhood Abandonment.
Follow me Healing and moving past childhood trauma may feel like an uphill battle. My purpose for hosting the What I Wish My Mother Taught Me Podcast is to build a community of men and women willing to speak transparently about their life experiences and how those experiences shape them as adults and parents. My guest this week, Karen, was transparent about childhood abandonment, the effects of divorce on children, and the importance of seeking help in the form of therapy to heal childhood trauma and abandonment. This episode is an excellent reminder that you are not alone and so many people are on a path to healing from some…
How to Improve Gut Health in Children [+ 15 Recipes to Help You Get There]
it’s important to consider your children’s gut problems. Gut health in children can contribute to how your child feels and experiences the world. It can influence how often they get sick, how they digest food and absorb nutrients, how prone they are to experiencing anxiety or depression, how tired they get, and much more.
How to Teach Your Kids to Trust You: Become your Children’s Safety Net.
Follow me “I tell my kids that I am their safety net. They should come to me with anything. No matter what, I will not judge, but we will work it out together.”How should a parent build trust with their kids? On the What I Wish Podcast, my guest and I discuss building trust with your children. I learned so much from my guest this week. One of my favorite lessons from our conversations was that I should be my children’s safety net. Establishing yourself as your children’s safety net equates to building a relationship where your children trust you. How do you establish this trust? Listen Openly To effectively…
Life as a Girl-Dads: What it feels like to raise a daughter from a Father’s perspective
Follow me Trevor Gabbidon, author of Daughters Grow Up So Fast: From A Father’s Perspective, joined me on the Podcast this week. We had such an exciting conversation about the intricacies of being a girl dad. I enjoyed listening to him talk about being a father and enjoying the ride and experiences of a girl dad. The Mind of a Girl Dad Ever wonder what goes on in the mind of a girl-dad? Trevor and I dive into what goes on in the mind of a dad as he watches his little girl grow up. Trevor and I also discussed how raising girls differs from raising boys and the essential…
What Children Need the Most from their Parents.
Children have two basic needs. Children want love and attention. While I agree with Sandra, I think kids also need affirmations and consistency.
Teaching Your Kids Resiliency
A child will be better equipped to manage stress if they learn how to recognize and deal with their emotions. They will be better equipped to handle stress, have less anxiety, and reduce the chance of depression.
10 Things You Can Start Doing Today to Set You Apart From Your Peers.
Love and accept all that is awesome about you; revel in it. Scream it from the mountain top, “I AM AWESOME! and make no apologies for how awesome you are.
Quotes On Fear: Success Driven by Failure
Fear robs us of the opportunity to create memories. We've all had the crippling feeling of fear, but using that fear as propellers to fuel your success is a much better use of energy.
You Matter as Well: The Truth about Prioritizing Self-Care.
One of my most favorite things in the world is living a life of purpose. An essential part of living purposefully is recognizing that you exist for a reason. You wake up every day to fulfill a purpose. Choosing to have a family speaks to your values and is an essential part of the journey in fulfilling your purpose. But living a fulfilled life successfully is recognizing that you matter and taking the necessary steps to take care of yourself as a mom and a woman.