Sunday Night Self Care – 30 minutes of guided self-growth and meditation to ready your head and heart for the week ahead.
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Renowned moderator Ken Cloke teaches us how to talk to those who have opposing beliefs in an effort to help mend the divide.
The Mother Company is hosting a series of parenting talks with experts to help support parents during this pandemic.
Learn how to reframe your approach in relationships using brain science and proven techniques to take the power struggle out. Strengthen all your relationships by learning about reflective listening. This is about “you, me and we.”
Wynne Tyree, from the research firm Smarty Pants, is here to share a large study of kids 6-17 and the shifts that have occurred (and continue to occur) in children’s lives since COVID and how, as parents, we can use this research to understand our children better and find ways to course correct.
Executive Functioning are 10 essential skills that are the foundation for a life of learning, listening and…well… functioning. They including planning, organization, time management, task initiation, working memory, metacognition, self-control, attention perseverance and flexibility. These skills enable people (and students) to perform up to their ability and are necessary for success. We are speaking with Executive Functioning and Learning expert, Nicole Kaplan to learn more in order to help our children implement these tools.
Dr. Sonia Wright, board-certified radiologist, certified Life Coach and sexual counselor, will share insight on the pleasure gap, enlighten us about Chore-play, and share why so many women have such low libidos (hint: it’s probably not hormonal). Join us for an enlightening and empowering conversation about our own sexual self-care.
Tired of asking kids something 12 times before they comply? Overwhelmed because your kid can’t seem to do anything by themselves? Yelling to get them to listen? It doesn’t have to be this way. UK parenting expert and renowned author, of the Calmer, Easier, Happier Parenting series, Noel Janis Norton, is here to lay it out and leave our families calmer, easier, and happier all around.
Christine Carter PhD, author of “The New Adolescence” and “Raising Happiness” talks to us about sheltering in place and how this pandemic is especially hard on teens, tips for coping as a parent during these really difficult and uncertain times and how to connect and communicate meaningfully.
Educational therapist Nicole Kaplan will break down all the choices parents are faced with when it comes to school next year.