How the time-tested traditions of yoga and modern scientific advancements are revealing a similar path for enlightenment and well-being! Today, we’re exploring the intersections of parenting values, child development, and secure relationships, allowing parents to identify that sweet spot in their own life where all these things overlap.
What can we do to feel more joy? One huge factor may involve how and how much time we devote to play. Here to discuss ways we can infuse more fun into parenthood is the author of the new book The Fun Habit, Dr. Mike Rucker.
Self-care can feel self-indulgent or even just inaccessible to parents. For many of us, while we know it’s important, we just can’t seem to carve out the time to add it into our already packed routine. Co-creator of Scientific Mommy and co-host of the Parenting Understood podcast , Dr. Erin O’Conner and I redefine what self-care looks like and offer strategies for incorporating it into our life – from ways to reduce stress, to increase opportunities for play (for your kids and yourself!) and how to reevaluate our over-scheduled lives.
Whether you’re a working parent or a stay-at-home mom or dad doesn’t change your ability to make your child feel safe, supported and loved. The founder of Mother Untitled, Neha Ruch, and I talk about feeling ambitious and powerful whether you’re working in an office or in the home, how to successfully manage transitions without losing your identity, and the importance of giving yourself permission to ask for help and take up space.