Being a teenager can be tough to navigate. And being a parent to one can be even harder. Not knowing how to stay "in the know" and have an open relationship with your tween or teen are one of parents most common struggles as their kids grow older.
Courtney Harris, is a skilled, compassionate coach with 10 years of experience in supporting teens and families and has mentored over 1000 teens. So, she knows a thing or two about what our teens are struggling with and how they'd like us as parents to engage with them. Especially when it comes to how we approach them about their friendships.
Today's guest is Sarah Argenal, the Founder & CEO of the Working Parent Resource. Her goal is to help burned out professional moms and dads live more deliberate lives so they can experience more meaning, joy and fulfillment.
Having gone through a lot of transitions and pivots in her life, Sarah is sharing some tips on how to handle those moments in life that throw you for a loop and how to not let them rock your world.
Throwing a birthday party for our kiddos is a hard task these days. Not that it's not easy to pick up a cake, invite some family over and throw a few streamers up, but we feel like that's not really enough. We're starting to measure how "mom enough" we are by the level of details we put into the party we throw.
Today I am sharing my opinion on the birthday comparison trap we mom guilt ourselves into, why we shouldn't care and some tips on making a birthday for our kids special without spending hours in pinterest.
**ADULT CONTENT AHEAD**
Ditza Katz, PT, PhD, is the founder of Women’s Therapy Center, a practice specializing in urogynecologic rehabilitation, treatment of female sexual dysfunction, breast & female cancer rehabilitation, and management of somatic disorders. And Ross Lynn Tabisel, LCSW, PhD, is Co – Director of the Women’s Therapy Center and a Diplomate with the American Board of Sexology. These two women are my amazing guests on the show today. And how they bring the truth and education on all things sex and libido after we have kiddos.
Yes, I am embracing the awkward and talking about what libido is and if we can increase is. If kegels can really tighten, how to create intimacy with kids running around, and why we shouldn't tell our husbands no to sex. You ready ladies?! Here we go!