Dr. Robin Berman, author of “Persmission to Parent,” talks with The Mother Company about creating boundaries, self compassion and managing anxiety during a time of chaos.
How do we talk to kids about this pandemic? How can we thoughtfully answer their questions when we have so many ourselves? From parent of toddler to teen, Dr. Cara Natterson is here to help guide us to communicate the importance and gravity of the situation without causing panic and anxiety.
Grief counselor, Laura Watts, shares helpful advice on how parents and caregivers can talk to children about death, what to expect if they are experiencing grief after a loss and ways to support the child going forward.
Julia Storm, founder of ReConnect, a service for helping parents and children prepare for life in a digital age, shares her research on what options are out there for screen-free music listening for your family.
Are you a new parent feeling forgetful and out of sorts? Research suggests there is a significant change to our brains after having children, otherwise known as “mom brain.” What to Expect writer and expert Roselin Raj helps break down the science of mom brain so we can try to give ourselves a break and when in doubt.. blame science.
Please join us this Wednesday April 1st at 11am for a live discussion and Q&A with expert Jennifer Waldburger.
Kindergarten teacher, Susan Hamilburg, shares some excellent tips for parents on practical things like what to pack and tasks to work on along with how to emotionally prepare their children going in to the school year.
Abbie Schiller, CEO and founder of The Mother Company, shares tips for self care and why, as parents, it is so necessary to put on our own oxygen mask first.
An insightful interview with the Mother Company mamas about the power of our words, what to say and what not to say to help our children in life.
In an age where digital distractions are everywhere we are sharing some tips to help you help your child so that homework time can be a little more productive and a little less painful.