SYPM 020: Preparing for the afterbirth with Renee Reina

By Jen Lumanlan | Apr 4, 2022

Renee Reina of The Mom Room shares her experience of setting boundaries with visitors after giving birth, creating a calm and peaceful environment. Discover how to navigate those early days of motherhood on your terms, regardless of societal norms.

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152: Everything you need to know about sleep training

By Jen Lumanlan | Mar 27, 2022

Macall Gordon, an expert with 20 years of experience in children’s sleep, as we explore the intersection between temperament and sleep. Get insights on supporting your child and addressing sleep training. Don’t miss this valuable episode for parents of infants to preschool-age kids.

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SYPM 016: Getting it right from the start with a new baby

By Jen Lumanlan | Oct 24, 2021

Discover the journey of soon-to-be parents, Kellie and Jon, as they share their experiences and perspectives on pregnancy and parenting. They found support through podcasts like Yours, Mine, and Ours. Explore their excitement and uncertainties, and consider how the Right From The Start course can help expectant parents with valuable knowledge and a supportive community.

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146: The Rested Child with Dr. Chris Winter

By Jen Lumanlan | Oct 17, 2021

Discover essential sleep solutions for children with expert Dr. Chris Winter. Learn to banish bedtime struggles, improve sleep patterns, and help your child get the rest they need. Ideal for parents expecting or with children under one, this episode offers valuable insights to make bedtime easier.

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138: Most of what you know about attachment is probably wrong

By Jen Lumanlan | Jun 6, 2021

In this episode, common misconceptions about attachment theory and relationships are debunked. Dr. John Bowlby, the pioneer of attachment theory, initially associated issues like theft and low self-worth with separation from parents but later clarified that this research was flawed. The evidence does not support the fear that temporary separations can harm children. It’s time to reevaluate our beliefs about attachment.

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