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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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Intentional living. In this episode, Stephanie Uchima-Carney shares her secrets on creating a life with intention and purpose so you can leave behind what doesn’t serve you. The Unspoken Our role as a mother is not our only identity, we can play many roles, but that does not define who we are What We Discuss with Stephanie Uchima-Carney A step by s…
 
Hormonal Health. In this episode, Megan Blacksmith talks about holistic and hormonal health and how the power of our thoughts and beliefs show up in our health and overall feeling in our daily lives. The Unspoken We often look for the one thing as the cause we can blame for the way we feel or look. There is no one diet that is right, or one thing t…
 
Motherhood is not a secret. In this month’s Mom talk, Alessandra Simmons brings motherhood into the public, incorporating all the parts of yourself in what you bring to the table is powerful. The Unspoken Motherhood is not a private thing. It is powerful when you can bring together all the parts of yourself to the conversation and table, including …
 
Sleep training without crying it out. In this episode, Annalaina Marks gives insight on children’s sleep and what to do about it when they are having a hard time with it. The Unspoken When your baby’s basic needs are met, they will start to sleep through the night. We need to constantly be assessing our children’s need. Being flexible is the key. W…
 
Being triggered is not the problem. It’s what we do with those triggers that could potentially become problematic. In this special Mom Talk episode Sonnet and Veronica talk about their passion for Raising Children You Like and what it takes to raise resilient and empathetic adults. The Unspoken The secret to raising children you like is to heal you…
 
Raising anti-raciast kids. In this episode, Kaanji and Tara talk about fostering inclusivity with our children and creating a diverse network of friends in our community. The Unspoken Communities tend to self-segregate. We want to create inclusive communities for our children. We are better when we have diverse networks of friendships and we want t…
 
Heal broken patterns. In this episode, Dr. Tracy Dalgleish talks about healing the patterns in our relationship that hold us back from co-creating a strong and healthy partnership after children. The Unspoken You are neither right nor wrong in your relationship. The goal is not to find the right way to do things, but rather to connect and co-create…
 
Healing yourself. In this episode, Jaren Soloff shares how to heal your own relationship with food and body, so that you can model and promote healthy body awareness and eating with your children. The Unspoken Every woman has felt the pressures and messages around disordered eating and unhealthy body image. We must examine these messages and pass a…
 
Anxiety in parents. In this episode, two pediatricians, the Pedi Pals, talk about the anxiety that parents have, how that affects children, and how to mitigate it. The Unspoken Anxiety is a learned behavior. Children will watch your anxiety and they will in turn, become anxious too. Be aware of your own anxieties as a parent when you are raising ch…
 
Safe on the internet. In this episode, Ed Peisner and Marc Berkman from the Organization for Social Media Safety talk about how to navigate the unknown waters of social media with our children and how to put parameters in place to keep the same from cyber bullies and predators, and beyond. The Unspoken Actively practicing social media safety is a m…
 
Getting out of a rut. In this episode, Jennifer Blossoms talks about the systems you can put into place to simplify your life, do more of what you love, and break-free from survival mode. The Unspoken Moms are drowning in motherhood because we have this messaging that we’re supposed to do it all for everyone. Mothers need to push back on society, g…
 
Co-parenting tips. In this episode, Abbey Williams from the Mimosas with Moms Podcast talks about navigating the tricky waters of co-parenting after getting a divorce. The Unspoken When it comes to co-parenting after getting a divorce or separation, the most important thing to do is put the needs of your children first. What We Discuss with Abbey W…
 
Choice motherhood. In this special Mom Talk episode, Cathy Park and Toni Jacalone share their journeys on choosing to become single mothers and the hurdles they’ve had to overcome. The Unspoken You don’t need to have a partner to become a parent. If it is something that is calling you to do, there are support groups and resources available to make …
 
Self-compassion. In this episode, Ryan Haddon shares the secret of what you need to have in place before becoming a parent, and how to achieve it. The Unspoken You can grow alongside your child. You don’t have to be a finished product. You can raise each other with self-compassion while you find a gentle and loving voice you can lend to your child …
 
Find your truth. In this episode, Laurie Gerber shares how to connect your heart, head, and body in a no BS way to see real change in your marriage and family and actually achieving your wildest dreams. The Unspoken Be willing to tell the truth about what you want and what you are willing to do about it. Get over the excuses. Sex is the barometer o…
 
Financial literacy. In this episode, Benny Nachman talks about how to teach young children financial literacy and the benefits that come from understanding it at an early age. The Unspoken We are not talking to kids at home about money and we are not talking to kids at school about money. This has got to change if we want to set them up for a finan…
 
Self-care is not selfish. In this episode, Heather Chauvin talks about coming up against parts of yourself you have cut off and how to reconnect in your truth. The Unspoken Killing off parts of yourself does not serve anyone. Self-care is not selfish and self-care is not manicures and pedicures. Self-care doesn’t cost anything. It’s boundaries, it’…
 
Sexual wholeness. In this episode, Krystal Taylor shares how to connect to your sexuality so you can live a more fulfilled life. The Unspoken Mothers often are not in touch with what brings us pleasure. When we build a life that is not connected to our desires or pleasure, we end up living a life out of balance and living a life that does not fully…
 
Identifying dyslexia. In this episode, Nicole Holcomb shares the markers to look for if you think your child may have dyslexia and how to best support them. The Unspoken Many people don’t have awareness and clarity around what it means to be dyslexic and how to support it. You can’t take action if you are not aware of what to look for. What We Disc…
 
Attachment theory. In this episode, Paula sacks shares how our attachment style with our children affects their self-esteem and sense of self in the world throughout their lives. The Unspoken Your attachment style with your child creates the foundation for the way they are in relation to the world around them and stays with them throughout their li…
 
Decluttering your home. In this episode, Renae Fieck shares how to restructure your home so you can tame the inner chaos to live a more joyful life. The Unspoken When you prioritize your time with more intention and effectiveness, you can get back into the driver's seat and get more time back in your life to spend doing what you love and enjoy. Wha…
 
Heal your vagina. In this episode, Marcy Crouch- a pelvic floor physical therapist, talks about ways to strengthen your pelvic floor and heal your vagina post-birth, no matter how long it’s been! The Unspoken There is not enough support or information around ways you can heal your body after having a baby- no matter how long it’s been. What We Disc…
 
In this month's Mom Talk episode, Brianna Ruelas shares the benefits of teaching your children entrepreneurship skills and easy and practical tips on implementing them. If you’re living in Toddler Tantrumville, learn how to put an end to the power struggles with your strong-willed toddler once and for all at https://www.raisingchildrenyoulike.com/t…
 
Disciplining children. In this episode, Tina Payne Bryson- co-author of The Whole-Brain Child, shares what parents need to unlearn about discipline and how to reframe our roles as disciplinaries so we are able to discipline our children in a way that sticks. The Unspoken Society teaches us to discipline in ways that are counterproductive to seeing …
 
Keeping children healthy during the pandemic. In this episode, Dr. Elisa Song breaks down how to keep our immune systems up during the pandemic and gives incredible tips on how to treat childhood eczema. The Unspoken As moms, we can take charge of our children's health. With the right tools, chronic childhood disease is preventable and reversible. …
 
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