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It turns out that 3 out of 5 people are currently experiencing feelings of loneliness. That honestly blew my mind. I got the sense that most people were lonely, but I didn't realize it was a fact that most people feel lonely. I've been lonely myself too. Even while married and with kids, I felt lonely. I even had (at the time) a store where hundred…
 
Do you find yourself wondering why you can't complete all the things you want to get done? And that might bring up the question, "How do I organize my life?" If so, you're not alone. Most parents I speak to are also trying to figure out the same. Because in reality, between kids, work, life, goals, plans, family, it can get really messy, really qui…
 
Sharing your story helps yourself and others. And not to mention that sharing your story on social media or in real life can be a form of therapeutic healing. I recently experienced this when I shared part of my life story on my social media (Instagram). I knew that sharing my story would feel scary, and it sure did, but I also know that we heal an…
 
I used to think that being open to healing would be something easy to do until it was my turn to heal. And instead of welcoming healing, I found myself wanting to run away from it. Why? Because it meant that I needed to run towards my triggers and, in turn, my generational trauma (which, if you aren't aware, passes on to you through your DNA). And …
 
In our previous Part 1 episode, Inas and I discussed what love means to a child vs. to a parent. And the episode went into how parents who love vs. what a child needs in love. This Part 2 episode focuses on what it means to truly love in an intimate, romantic relationship with our partners or spouses. Inas is married to his high school sweetheart a…
 
When we talk about love, we often mean "love" as a feeling rather than what love is in action. Second, and most importantly, what love is for the person receiving it (in this case, the other person is your own child). Sure, we unconditionally love our child, but what does that even mean? What does that REALLY mean to you? Because let's face it, we …
 
Here’s to the dads doing the work. The *inner work* as dads so that just as my friend Marcell says, in the recent podcast episode, their own children’s inner child grows up along WITH the child. (I loved soooo much how he phrased that during our talk!) In today's episode I'm talking to my friend Marcell Gill, creator of the Social Introvert Podcast…
 
Of all the episodes you've heard from The Parenting Alchemy, this is one to bookmark. Most of my listeners are women, but this applies to all genders. In this episode you will better understand the male perspective -- but most importantly the awakened male perspective and how he reaches the state of awakening. In many ways, this episode will help y…
 
Believe it or not, as a kid I found being sick comforting. Mostly (actually solely) because of the way my herbalist mother took care of us when we were sick. She was nurturing in nature, but when we were sick, she went on full-mode nurturing. She would whip up herbal blends, feed us soups, make us soothing teas with ginger, and keep us extra close …
 
There's so much on online safety and children, but there's almost nothing on how to do that holistically while building a strong relationship with our child. Because what good is it for us as parents to have all of our online safety in place if it results in our child distrusting us and hiding things (that we would want to know!) from us? No, thank…
 
Having taught childbirth education for over 10+ years to hundreds of expecting people, as well as working as a postpartum doula, I am taking my BEST five tips that every single pregnant person must know. I'm Giselle Baumet, the Parenting Alchemist. I’m a Connection-Based Positive Parenting Expert, Transpersonal Hypnotherapist, Somatic Spirit Healer…
 
The idea that you might be subtly gaslighting your child can make you feel defensive. I've seen it REALLY trigger parents. And there's a chance listening to this episode might do the same for you. However, I invite you to listen, because many times the best lessons are learned through the discomfort of realizing that something we have done from lov…
 
Sadly the world lost Earl Simmons, who we all know as DMX. His powerful music was infused with his past hurts and his actions in life were the expression of the emotional hurt he endured as a child. Yet he always sought out what he didn't have as a child. And he demonstrated a significant amount of self-awareness. DMX had a lot to teach us about in…
 
There are a handful of things that make me this ANGRY. These are sexism, oppression, racism, and discrimination. And let's talk about one of these -- racism. If you aren't teaching your child how to be anti-racism, I am asking you to start today. Why? Because kids that are anti-racism will call out the adults that are. They won't put up with it. An…
 
In just about every parenting group I'm in, whether it's on Facebook or Clubhouse, the fear of media with our children will come up. Topics like "How to Balance Media at Home" are much too common in the parenting space. And comments such as these are often heard in these spaces: "It's like crack for kids!" "It can do SO much damage." "They are addi…
 
Sometimes the absolute best parenting solution is to do nothing. The art of doing nothing and other parenting solutions is part of what I talk about with my friend, my friend Eric Arthur, Taichi Instructor and Folk Song Writer, Poet, and Dad of Four. Now, don't get me wrong, both Eric and I are involved parents. In fact, like the work that happens …
 
Imagine that you know what to do, at all times. And you know what steps you need to do to be the parent you want to be. And you trusted yourself to know. I'm here to tell you that is possible for you...for everyone. And in this episode, I will tell you how you can know what you need to do at all times that you need. If you try this practice for you…
 
The other day I was coaching a dad on how to start meditating, but most importantly, how to listen for your messages. And he asked, "What do you mean? Like there will be this magic voice talking to me?" Wellllll...sort of. You might feel it, see it, hear it or simply know it. But yes, this is what happens when you set up a practice of meditation. I…
 
Somehow we've reduced the role of the father as a "birth support person" and then in fatherhood as the "provider" or the "helper". Yet dads go through their own transformation and identity shifts when they become a parent. Over the last few years, I've had dads ask me about their own support and I've come to realize just how much that is missing in…
 
Anger and parenting is a truth for a lot of parents (myself included). I mean, how many “Stop Yelling” courses have you seen for parents? A LOT. And there’s a good reason why! Anger is not just common in parenting, it’s also something people can struggle with in all parts of their lives. I am not going to give you a “How to” because you have access…
 
I'll clarify. They are not a fan of listening to what doesn't make sense to them. And this applies to pretty much any child's age. You might say, "Let's get ready to go. We are going to Grandma's house." And your child is thinking, "I'm good. I'm playing right now with my toys, and this is way more fun right now." Except that looks more like --- co…
 
When you realize that you matter as a parent is when you will be able to teach your child that they matter too. In this episode, you will learn ways to increase your self-love and self-acceptance, as well as your confidence so that you can teach these to your child from the inside out. I'd love to hear your thoughts and what works best for you. Con…
 
Let me explain. Sounds counterintuitive but what if instead, you focused on the life or social lesson you're really trying to teach? There was recently a mom that was mad that her kiddo lied, an obvious lie. And through that lie didn't even do what they were supposed to do. Now that's frustrating! She kept getting comments to have a consequence for…
 
How can you know that your inner child needs healing? There are four different attachments - secure, avoidant, anxious, and fearful. And an inner wounded child is someone with an insecure attachment (avoidant, anxious, or fearful). As children, our models created a base for us in how we developed expectations, beliefs for behaving and thinking in l…
 
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