Karen Thurm Safran, author of the book Parenting: Let's Make a Game of It, stops in to talk about her book, and about how her Mary Poppins-style parenting helped her through her times as a single mom, and even through her life as an adult.
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Former nanny and life balance coach, Alissa Lopez, stops by to give us a run-down of her recent article: a daily, real-life self-care plan for moms that serves to help us keep it together during some pretty trying times.
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Margaret Ables and Amy Wilson of the What Fresh Hell Podcast stop by to talk about expectations and worries in parenthood, and how they're often so much different from what's actually needed of us. Tweet, tweet.
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Tasha of Confessions of a Tiny Teacher stops by to share some great ideas for how to keep little ones busy and learning while at home. She also shares her outlook on what's most important for stability at home.
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Tasha's website: http://www.confessionsofatinyteacher.com/
Tasha's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/confessions_of_a_tiny_teacher/
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Based on my recent article on NYAM's website, I talk a bit about the methods that have been helping me get through this whole isolation thing a bit easier.
In this solo episode, I talk about how being told to "enjoy every moment" is harmful, and why we should stop saying it to parents.
I also talk about why my book has been postponed til July 7th. To sign up for the book list for more info, go to theariannabradford.com, or go here: http://book.theariannabradford.com/q6w8n8
Therapist Kara LCSW, CADC I sits down to talk with us about Imposter Syndrome as it affects us in work and in parenting, and how we can beat it and prevent it.
Kara's article is here: https://www.ancoratherapy.com/2018/05/02/imposter-syndrome/
Reach Kara on her website: ancoratherapy.com
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Professional dominatrix Natasha Strange joins us to discuss sex and sexuality after kids, the need for honesty when discovering each other's sexual interests, and appreciating your body for how amazing it is right now.
Natasha's website: kittenwithawhip.com
Her Instagram: instagram.com/msnatashastrange
Her Twitter: twitter.com/natashastrange
Her playspace: subrosapdx.com
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In this solo episode, I rant a bit about our fear of not knowing everything, and why it's not realistic or fair to expect yourself to relate to every person's story.
The Mimosas with Moms Episode mentioned: https://apple.co/2GS7sZS
NYAM alum, Andrea, visits to have a great talk with Arianna about friends, finding your people, and accepting necessary loneliness.
Andrea's NYAM article: http://wearenyam.com/the-project/andrea-1
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In our first episode of the new season, we sit down with Carla Naumburg, PhD, licensed social worker and author of HOW TO STOP LOSING YOUR SH*T WITH YOUR KIDS. She talks to us about her personal struggles with shit-losing, BuRPs and FARTS, and the importance of self compassion.
Carla's website: carlanaumburg.com
Carla's Instagram: instagram.com/carlanaumburg
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For the final episode of 2019, we sit down with Bonnie, one of NYAM's earliest moms and contributors, to discuss her struggles with sleep deprivation, having one child, and how doing your best is the best you can do.
Bonnie's article is here: http://wearenyam.com/blog/who-needs-sleep
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Social media: facebook.com/thenyamproject
We sit down with therapist and "mom coach," Dr. Raquel Muller, to talk about how supermoms don't really exist, and how we can take steps to allow ourselves to be the human beings we've always been.
Dr. Mueller's website: joyfulimperfectioncounseling.com
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We're visited by Abbey Williams, host of the Mimosas with Moms podcast, to talk about how being a mother with big dreams can come with its own challenges.
Mimosas with Moms is available anywhere you podcast.
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This interview with NYAM alum, Kendra, has everything: talks of advocating for yourself, the struggles of women receiving medical diagnoses, and the reasons -- the many reasons -- why talking about your story makes all the difference.
Divorce isn't easy by any stretch, but it can end amicably. All we need is to do the internal work, and to welcome the changes that come. Divorce consultant Anna Demouchet talks about how to navigate the decision more smoothly in this episode by sharing her experiences and expertise.
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A solo episode that talks about the age-old argument: of all of the parenting choices, who has it harder?
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Serra Hadsell stops by to talk about her experience in adoption, and how she deals with questions and suggestions from outside influences.
Serra can be found at serravision.com
The Boob Job/Adopted Kids video can be found here: https://bit.ly/2p9jitB
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Intro and outro music is Moody Swing by Oshova
Sarah, mother of one toddler and a co-teacher of many more, stops in to verify that toddlers are tough, and that the struggles is real.
Intro and Outro music is Moody Swing by Oshova
Not the show's anniversary -- my anniversary!
In honor of my wedding anniversary, my husband, Mark, stops in to talk about marriage, children, communication, and how I like my sandwiches.
Intro and outro is Moody Swing by Oshova