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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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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. …
 
Pelvic floor after baby. In this episode, Erica Ziel breaks down how to take care of our bodies after having a baby in a whole and holistic way. The Unspoken Connect the dots. Understand that the body works as a whole. The symptoms we might be feeling have a root cause we don’t often look for. In order to see lasting changes and feel our best, we h…
 
In our 100th episode, we bring back 4 parenting experts for a rich and deep conversation exploring the transformation of motherhood, mindfully raising children in both body and spirit and how to keep them physically and mentally safe. What We Discuss with our special guests Britta Bushnell: It is pretty normal to mourn the loss of your former ident…
 
Favorite episodes. In the episode, we- Sonnet and Veronica share our favorite episodes from 2020 and share how we’ve been able to implement the incredible tips each guest has shared so you’re better able to implement them yourself. What We Discuss with Sonnet and Veronica Our favorite episodes of 2020. The biggest lessons we’ve learned throughout t…
 
Letting go and setting up. In this episode, Caz Gaddis shares how to strategically free up your vital energy, to be able to show up for the life you really want. Cheers to a new year! The Unspoken You have the power to control where your energy goes. When you have too much on your plate or in your head, you can’t show up as the person you want to b…
 
Boundary setting. In this episode, Dr. Ashurina Ream identifies the signs of living a boundariless life and shares ways you can establish and hold healthy boundaries in all of your relationships. The Unspoken The myth is that we should always be giving everything of ourselves and have no needs or boundaries to be a good mom or woman. Boundaries are…
 
Mom life and business on the road, In this episode, Michelle Knight talks about raising a family in an RV, running a 6-figure business and creating a life for her and her family to love. The Unspoken If you have a desire for your life even if it goes against the status quo, you owe it to yourself to honor and explore it. What We Discuss with Michel…
 
Developmental milestones. In this episode, Dr. Mona Amin from the Pedsdoctalk Podcast talks about milestone parameters and when to worry if your child seems delayed in hitting them. The Unspoken Moms often feel they are the only ones experiencing anxiety around their child’s development and comparing their children to other children. What We Discus…
 
Guilt-free living. In this episode, Monica Berg talks about defending your life against shame, blame, and guilt and how to help your children to have these skills, as well. The Unspoken Shame informs so many of our thoughts and actions in life. When we feel shame we feel we are not deserving of a good life. What We Discuss with Monica Berg How to e…
 
Weekly check-in. In this episode, Michelle Piccolo shares fun and healthy ways to elevate the food to make for toddlers that is easy and sustainable. The Unspoken You want to look at your week as a whole to measure how your child is eating and what you are serving because there’s no such thing as feeding toddlers perfectly. What We Discuss with Mic…
 
Photos of children. In this episode, Leah Plunkett gives concrete tips on how to share photos of children online in a safe and private way. The Unspoken What we share on social media and elsewhere is really more about OUR needs, our struggles, our desires, rather than they are about our kids. What We Discuss with Leah Plunkett Leah addresses ideas …
 
Stress in children. In this episode, Roma Norriss shares how to trauma release techniques to help children live a healthy life. The Unspoken There’s an assumption that if we’ve had trauma, there will be some long-lasting effects on our children. The good news is we are built to recover from trauma. No matter what we’ve been through, it is redeemabl…
 
Speak up. In this Mom Talk episode, Juju Waters shares how to set boundaries with your parenting partner to understand how to work in relationship with each other and respect each other’s roles. The Unspoken Creating healthy and firm boundaries with your partner and children truly supports your family values and yourself for the long haul. You’re t…
 
Stop the cycle of abuse. In this episode, Bryana Kappa enlightens us about how to heal intergenerational trauma and put a stop to childism. The Unspoken Family by family, we can make little changes within ourselves on how we parent our children. If we can commit to this collective movement, we would see a different generation of people. What We Dis…
 
Toddler Sleep. In this episode, Brittany Sheehan shares how to navigate toddler nap strikes, room sharing for siblings, and bedtime battles. The Unspoken Sleep issues for toddlers are about what's going on during the day- outside of sleep time. The goal is for toddlers to *want* to go to bed on their own. What We Discuss with Brittany Sheehan Strat…
 
Teaching your child to read. In this episode, Joan Kelley shares the step-by-step process of how to effectively teach children to read that doesn’t require books or flashcards. The Unspoken Most children in this country will not become strong readers. 1 out 3 children have proficiency reading skills by 4th grade. 1 out of 10 kids has advanced skill…
 
Manifesting your destiny. In this episode, Heidi Stevens lays down the steps to showing up for what you want in the world, and how to give yourself permission to do life your own way. The Unspoken In order for you to excel in your busy life, you have to slow down. Allow yourself the time and space to pause, slow down, and rest, so you can get that …
 
Respectful parenting. In this episode, Hannah and Kelty share a step-by-step process of how to raise children with respect to minimize power struggles and begin to see the behavior we want to see from them. The Unspoken By having a privilege and a deep responsibility to care for our children, we want to raise them with respect and honor and also re…
 
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