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Welcome to Upbringing. We’re Hannah and Kelty - twins, mothers and works-in-progress. Upbringing is a movement that empowers parents to grow up alongside their kids for sanity and social change. Through this podcast, speaking and coaching, we focus on our personal work as parents- the awareness, mindset and approach needed to raise amazing kids while ALSO getting shit done. Join us to radically redefine kids’ resistance as a magical opportunity to nurture skills and values like consent, non- ...
 
Join the founders of The Full Bloom Project for a weekly dose of body-positive parenting wisdom. Zoë Bisbing, LCSW and Leslie Bloch, LCSW-R are both New York City-based adolescent eating disorder psychotherapists, mothers of two, and research-junkies. They are on a mission to teach parents everywhere how to transform their home environment into a place where children can naturally boost immunity to our appearance obsessed culture, so they can channel their precious resources towards more mea ...
 
Parenting is often lived in the extremes. It’s either great joy or chaotic overwhelm. One moment you’re nailing it and the next you’re losing your cool. I want to help you find your way to the messy middle, to a place of balance. You see, balance is a verb, not a state of being. It is a thing you DO, not a thing you ARE. It’s an action, a process, a series of micro-corrections that we make, each and every day, to keep ourselves feeling centered. We are never truly balanced, we are engaged in ...
 
Each week Amanda Laird, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, has casual conversations with guests about the health and wellness topics we’re not supposed to talk about: menstruation, fertility, pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, birth control, sexuality, mental health, hormonal health and reproductive health, through the lenses of feminism and body politics. We are not truly empowered until we all understand the bodies we live in.
 
Motherhood. Postpartum. Relationships. We’re not experts, we’re moms just like you. We did the research, we read the books, we joined the clubs. And the more we learned about motherhood, the more we realized how many things aren’t talked about publicly. This podcast is for you if: • You’re looking for answers to match your experience. • You ever feel frustrated with mom life and feel like you’re doing it wrong. • You’re looking for your mama tribe that gets you. • You feel misunderstood and ...
 
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As we evaluate our parenting, we realize that what we do is reminiscent of how our parents raised us. And this traditional way of raising our kids, lead us to control, yell, isolate, and punish our kids when they resist or when they feel big emotions. If we continue this path, our kids will eventually pick up what we teach them and bring this with …
 
We’re joined by fertility awareness educator Lisa Hendrickson-Jack to learn about all things periods. Lisa discusses common misconceptions about menstrual health, and we explore why helping your daughter understand her menstrual cycle can promote body-positivity. Get our guide to body-positive parenting. Click here for show notes.…
 
Guilt-free living. In this episode, Monica Berg talks about defending your life against shame, blame, and guilt and how to help your children to have these skills, as well. The Unspoken Shame informs so many of our thoughts and actions in life. When we feel shame we feel we are not deserving of a good life. What We Discuss with Monica Berg How to e…
 
Do you ever experience having your child sit on your face? Or your child keeps on chewing that toy? Or who likes to spin in circles and to move constantly? ​I do and I know parenting with sensitive, strong-willed, or spirited children can be tough. This can be a cause of stress and anxiety for us. ​For this episode, we are going to discuss a topic …
 
The holiday season is a time for gift-giving, parties, and fun-filled activities that are meant to bring us feelings of happiness and love. But it can also be a stressful time for us (especially parents!) and a time when we often feel a lot of pressure to BE a certain way and to have it GO a certain way, and this can lead us to unconsciously slip a…
 
Weekly check-in. In this episode, Michelle Piccolo shares fun and healthy ways to elevate the food to make for toddlers that is easy and sustainable. The Unspoken You want to look at your week as a whole to measure how your child is eating and what you are serving because there’s no such thing as feeding toddlers perfectly. What We Discuss with Mic…
 
Tell me if this has happened to you: You're with your family and the kids start squabbling or acting out and you can see your partner's blood start to boil. You can tell they are getting triggered and that their thoughts are going down a path that will lead them to start parenting outside of your goals and values... Have you been there? Me too! And…
 
While we embrace the language used by the original body-positive movement to characterize our signature parenting style, our next hidden gem episode from Season 1, featuring Dr. Carly Guss and researcher Dr. Sabra Katz-Wise about gender non-conforming and trans youth, reminded us that sometimes body-positivity is simply not inclusive enough and, fr…
 
Photos of children. In this episode, Leah Plunkett gives concrete tips on how to share photos of children online in a safe and private way. The Unspoken What we share on social media and elsewhere is really more about OUR needs, our struggles, our desires, rather than they are about our kids. What We Discuss with Leah Plunkett Leah addresses ideas …
 
As you pack away your Halloween decorations and begin looking toward the start of the holiday season if you're anything like me you're already feeling the worry and overwhelm starting to bubble up. The holiday season during ANY year can be stressful for families, especially moms who carry so much of that load. But this year is a whole other story. …
 
Before launching this next season, we wanted to highlight a handful of favorite podcasts we’ve been guests on recently. We speak with some amazing folks about Upbringing, our mission and approach in practicing powers beyond control when it comes to daily discipline with our kids! The Fresh Start Family show is hosted by husband and wife team Terry …
 
Stress in children. In this episode, Roma Norriss shares how to trauma release techniques to help children live a healthy life. The Unspoken There’s an assumption that if we’ve had trauma, there will be some long-lasting effects on our children. The good news is we are built to recover from trauma. No matter what we’ve been through, it is redeemabl…
 
Before launching this next season, we wanted to highlight a handful of favorite podcasts we’ve been guests on recently. We speak with some amazing folks about Upbringing, our mission and approach in practicing powers beyond control when it comes to daily discipline with our kids! The Balanced Parent is a top-rated podcast hosted by Dr. Laura Froyen…
 
Speak up. In this Mom Talk episode, Juju Waters shares how to set boundaries with your parenting partner to understand how to work in relationship with each other and respect each other’s roles. The Unspoken Creating healthy and firm boundaries with your partner and children truly supports your family values and yourself for the long haul. You’re t…
 
It's halloween week and we are reposting our season one conversation with the "original intuitive eating" dietitian and author Evelyn Tribole. She talks with us about the best ways to handle all this “junk food” (aka halloween candy) with kids (and why she uses the term “play food” instead). Get our ABC Guide to Body-Positive Parenting. Read full s…
 
Before launching this next season, we wanted to highlight a handful of favorite podcasts we’ve been guests on recently. We speak with some amazing folks about Upbringing, our mission and approach in practicing powers beyond control when it comes to daily discipline with our kids! This week, we’re sharing our interview with Jen Lumanlan on the Your …
 
Stop the cycle of abuse. In this episode, Bryana Kappa enlightens us about how to heal intergenerational trauma and put a stop to childism. The Unspoken Family by family, we can make little changes within ourselves on how we parent our children. If we can commit to this collective movement, we would see a different generation of people. What We Dis…
 
If you're parenting children of different ages, I could imagine how difficult it must have been for you to balance each of their needs. Each age brings its own challenges, so how do we support everyone in a way that is developmentally appropriate for each individual kid? ​How do you balance your children's emotional needs at various stages of life?…
 
Even though Halloween in the time of Coronavirus is looking like it will be a little different, one thing that will be the same is the increased access to candy and sweet treats our kids have this time of year. If you've ever wondered how to take a balanced, healthy, and evidence- based approach to halloween candy (and treats year round!) then this…
 
Toddler Sleep. In this episode, Brittany Sheehan shares how to navigate toddler nap strikes, room sharing for siblings, and bedtime battles. The Unspoken Sleep issues for toddlers are about what's going on during the day- outside of sleep time. The goal is for toddlers to *want* to go to bed on their own. What We Discuss with Brittany Sheehan Strat…
 
Growing up you were likely told by your parents what to do, how to do things, how to behave, etc. And because of how you were brought up, you bring with you these learned values in parenting your children. And even though you are working toward embracing more relationship-focused, respectful approaches, you likely still have the tendency to control…
 
Before launching this next season, we wanted to highlight a handful of favorite podcasts we’ve been guests on recently. We speak with some amazing folks about Upbringing, our mission and approach in practicing powers beyond control when it comes to daily discipline with our kids! Not Your Mother’s Podcast is a top-rated show hosted by Sonnet & Vero…
 
This week it just felt right to take you back to Season one of the pod, episode #19 where Dr. Rebecca Kennedy (before she was the instagram sensation @drbeckyathome) taught us how to harness the power of simplicity and presence to foster emotional connectedness in our kids. We love her “less is more” recommendation to approach our children’s emotio…
 
Teaching your child to read. In this episode, Joan Kelley shares the step-by-step process of how to effectively teach children to read that doesn’t require books or flashcards. The Unspoken Most children in this country will not become strong readers. 1 out 3 children have proficiency reading skills by 4th grade. 1 out of 10 kids has advanced skill…
 
I know that as you transition from being a couple to becoming new parents is overwhelming. Your SLEEP DEPRIVED, EXHAUSTED, AND ISOLATED. And it's even more challenging when you and your partner have misunderstandings about your roles as parents. In this episode, my guest Stacy Spensley and I will be talking how to be intentional in dividing your pa…
 
Before launching this next season of Upbringing, we’d like to share a handful of favorite podcast episodes we’ve been interviewed on recently. For the next few weeks, tune in as we connect with inspiring parenting communities about our radical mission to practice powers beyond control when it comes to daily discipline! Find the Magic is a top-rated…
 
Manifesting your destiny. In this episode, Heidi Stevens lays down the steps to showing up for what you want in the world, and how to give yourself permission to do life your own way. The Unspoken In order for you to excel in your busy life, you have to slow down. Allow yourself the time and space to pause, slow down, and rest, so you can get that …
 
You know, a lot of us FEEL VERY UNCOMFORTABLE when big feelings come up. Feelings such as FEAR, ANXIETY, SADNESS, FRUSTRATION, and any other negative emotions can easily make us freak out and panic. They are uncomfortable and trigger unwanted thoughts such as "I can't handle this" or "this is horrible, I need to push it down" linger on our minds wh…
 
So in honor of Weight Stigma Awareness week we are reposting one of our favorite conversations with Social psychologist Dr. Jeff Hunger, who helps us dig deeper into the available research on weight stigma. He highlights some ironic misconceptions about the impact of weight stigma, including its consequences for mental and physical health, and disc…
 
Respectful parenting. In this episode, Hannah and Kelty share a step-by-step process of how to raise children with respect to minimize power struggles and begin to see the behavior we want to see from them. The Unspoken By having a privilege and a deep responsibility to care for our children, we want to raise them with respect and honor and also re…
 
You know, just like us parents, our kids have big feelings when they are stressed. Just like us they feel overwhelmed, angry, sad; the full range of human emotions. But unlike us, their brains aren't fully developed and they have less experience regulating those emotions, which leads to big displays of feelings, like tantrums and meltdowns that can…
 
When it’s more than the baby blues. In this Mom Talk episode, Yasmin Regan shares her journey with postpartum depression and anxiety. The Unspoken You are still a good mom! Even when you have postpartum depression, anxiety, and OCD. What We Discuss with Yasmin Regan Real and frightening thoughts one can have during PPD, something no one really shar…
 
Gender-creative parenting. In this episode, sociologist Kyl Myers talks about her gender creative parenting journey and offers incredible tips on the dialogue to use to create an inclusive gender environment for all gender types. The Unspoken Adult gender inequalities are getting their start and are perpetuated in childhood. If we gave children mor…
 
We've all been there. What starts out as a simple disagreement gets away from us. We get angry or triggered, we say things we don't mean. And now we feel misunderstood and disconnected. It's so hard in that moment to know what to do to bridge that gap, to make up, to reconnect. But it is SO IMPORTANT that you do. So in this episode, join me as I sh…
 
Elyse Resch - co-author of Intuitive Eating - answers a listener question about getting her teenager daughters interested in intuitive eating. We also discuss the newest updates to the intuitive eating model, understanding intuitive eating through a social justice lens rather than a nutrition lens, and a play-by-play of how Elyse helps teens think …
 
Safely introduce allergenic foods. In this episode, Dr. Marks-Cogan shares how to introduce your children to highly allergenic foods and the ins and outs of pediatric allergies. The Unspoken Any baby can develop a food allergy, it is not only based on genetics. Early allergen introduction is the best way to avoid developing allergies. We used to th…
 
When my guest this week on the podcast, Chemay Morales-James, who is a social liberation education activist, became a parent and looked the educational resources available to her family, she didn't see her child in any of the materials. She wanted them to grow up seeing themselves and knowing that their histories, perspectives, and futures matter. …
 
It’s "back-to-school" week for us, which means we got a little behind schedule! In anticipation of next week’s season 3 finale, we thought we’d revisit our nourishing conversation with Health at Every Size Dietitian, Heidi Schauster. A fan favorite episode, tune in to learn (or refresh!) the 10 things you are welcome to QUIT DOING to improve your r…
 
Sex after marriage. In this episode, Dana Myers talks about the connection between sensuality and confidence and how to identify the ebb and flow of your sex life with your partner so you’re able to create an intimacy plan that is sustainable for the season you’re in. The Unspoken Your libido dies when you have kids and that's okay. This creates an…
 
In this episode, join me as I sit down with Dr. Lynyetta Willis, a psychologist, and a family coach. We will talk about how you can bring harmony and joy to your family, parenting, and relationships. Ultimately, preventing yourself from falling into a pit of stable misery. To get a copy of the Release Stable Misery Roadmap workbook, download it her…
 
Back to school is ALWAYS hard on kids and parents. The transitions, change, new expectations, all make this time taxing on little one's growing brains and bodies. And you can expect this to be even more intense this year. I'm hearing from parents from all over the world, in all different learning settings, that this time is really challenging. I'm …
 
Lessons from a motherless mom. In this episode, Dara Kurtz talks about mothering her two daughters after losing her own mom and going through cancer. She also shares tips on how to live in the moment and connect to the people in your life deeply, that you love now. The Unspoken You don’t have to pretend everything is okay when it’s not. It’s okay t…
 
In this episode, I sit down with Dr. Shimi Kang, who is an award-winning, Harvard-trained doctor, and author of the book The Tech Solution. With the changes brought by the pandemic, we revert to the use of technology to fill in our daily normal routine. This mindless use of technology can lead to health consequences. So, Dr. Kang will share with us…
 
Practical wisdom. In this episode, Clint Edwards, Daddy blogger and author shares practical insights and advice from his journey as a father. The Unspoken Allow your spouse to do things the way they do them, even if you have a different way or preference. It really doesn't matter, as long as it gets done and isn’t harming anyone. What We Discuss wi…
 
Feminist marketing consultant and writer Kelly Diels joins us for a conversation about social media, marketing, and culture. We discuss the power of helping our kids notice, name, and build resilience against harmful media messages, and why we should all think of ourselves as culture makers. Read the full show notes for this episode. Get our ABC Gu…
 
Vitality and clarity. In this episode, Jeremiah Krieger discusses the magic of Chinese herbs and how vital of a role they play to replenish the mother after childbirth. The Unspoken The unique thing about Chinese Medicine is that it builds health. It’s about plugging your battery back in and feeling your adaptability, vitality, energy, back in line…
 
The pandemic had brought so many changes in society. It affected the way we live and how we socially interact with others. For kids in the 3-5 age range who are still developing social skills, this situation is quite discouraging for them, leading them to act out. In this episode, I will help you understand why your children in this age range are s…
 
Today we recap our podcast season and explore 10 ways we are attempting to parent for sanity and social change through our discipline. We laugh, we cry, we lean in… join us! Relevant Links: - Our Freedoms Model - Our RESIST Approach - Our Empowerments - Our Shop + the new Big Feelings Survival Guide! - Our Resources Page - Our Coaching page - Amber…
 
Taking time for yourself. In this episode, Amanda Walker talks about the origin of misleading thoughts around happiness and shares steps to creating a life you can be proud of. The Unspoken Many people have the misleading thought that they cannot be happy on their journey if they are not where they want to be. No happiness lies in front of you that…
 
Parenting is one of the topics that couples disagree and argue about most frequently. And because we don't always use the best conflict tactics this topic can become highly charged and we can create an environment of criticism, blame, and defensiveness. But as we discussed in Episode 17, differences in parenting style are inevitable. So the key her…
 
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