Emotion Regulation

204: How to create more time by taking care of yourself

By Jen Lumanlan | Feb 18, 2024

  Sara has always tried really hard to not just be a good parent, but a really good parent. The best parent. (When I coached her and her partner recently to create some content for the Parenting Membership that you’ll hear more about in a few weeks, her partner said to her: You hold everyone…

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202: How to Heal from Adverse Childhood Experiences with Dr. Nadine Burke Harris and Jackie Thu-Huong Wong

By Jen Lumanlan | Jan 28, 2024

My mom died when I was 10, and for a while people in our small village would look at my sister and me as if we were ‘special’ in some weird way. By the time I was a young adult that was just one of a stew of difficult experiences I’d had, and I also…

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195: Raising Good Humans Every Day with Hunter Clarke-Fields

By Jen Lumanlan | Oct 15, 2023

Explore Hunter Clarke-Fields’ new book, “Raising Good Humans Every Day,” a concise and actionable guide to everyday parenting. With short, practical chapters, it’s a valuable resource to help you apply positive practices in just a few minutes. Discover how this small but impactful book can make a difference in your daily parenting journey.

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194: Regulating for the kids…and for your marriage

By Jen Lumanlan | Oct 8, 2023

Explore the story of Elizabeth and Marshall, a couple who embarked on the journey of self-discovery and parenting transformation together. They joined the Taming Your Triggers workshop and experienced profound shifts in their ability to be with their children and each other. Their story highlights the importance of investing in parenting education to create a more harmonious and mindful family life.

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192: What to do with the myth of Polyvagal Theory

By Jen Lumanlan | Sep 17, 2023

Polyvagal Theory is all the rage, but how much scientific evidence supports it? In this episode, we delve into the foundational principles of Polyvagal Theory and question its legitimacy. Is there a better theory to understand our experiences as parents and individuals? Discover a path forward in this thought-provoking episode.

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