Glen and Yvette Henry from Beleaf in Fatherhood and the "How Married are You?!" podcast are on the show to talk about how to actually hear your spouse in life's busiest seasons.
The birthday celebration continues with part two of our #my3in30 episode where we hear from mothers from the 3 in 30 community who recorded their own unique takeaways.
After hosting 150 episodes of 3 in 30, I've seen some themes emerge that have added so much meaning to my motherhood.
6 mothers from the 3 in 30 community share their 3 unique takeaways on everything from healing after sexual abuse to helping your kids enjoy math!
How to have nuanced conversations with your children about differences and empathy
3 principles for teaching your children how to choose and be a good friend
YOU are your child’s most important teacher! Especially when it comes to teaching them self advocacy skills! This back-to-school series is back again this year, as we discuss how to have important conversations with our kids that will set them up for success at school, work, and throughout life. Our guest to kick-off the series is https://socialjusticeparenting.com/about-me/ (Dr. Traci Baxley) who has been an educator for over 30 years with degrees in child development, elementary education, and curriculum and instruction. She specializes in belonging, diversity and inclusion, social justice education, race identity, anti-bias curriculum. She is also the creator of Social Justice Parenting™, a parenting philosophy that moves families from fear-based parenting to parenting from a place of radical love, for themselves, their children and humanity. On top of all of that, Dr. Baxley is a mother to five children, and she is passionate about teaching them how to courageously advocate for themselves and their unique needs. Three Takeaways on How to Teach Your Children Self Advocacy SkillsSpend time getting to know your child and helping them reflect on their strengths and weaknesses. Support children in articulating their needs by giving them a thorough understanding of their unique needs, whether those are diagnosed conditions that you want them to understand about themselves or simply just personality preferences and learning styles. Teach children to brainstorm who could be on their support team or what resources might help them and write it out in advance. Show Notes https://socialjusticeparenting.com/ (Dr. Traci Baxley’s website) https://www.instagram.com/socialjusticeparenting/?hl=en (Dr. Traci Baxley’s Instagram) Join me for a free class on podcasting this month! https://podcastuniversity.mykajabi.com/freeclass (podcastu.co/freeclass) https://slate.com/podcasts/how-to (How To Podcast with Charles Duhigg) https://3in30podcast.com/bravery/ (Bravery Magazine) Related Episodes https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/advocate/ (Episode 047: How to Respectfully Advocate for Your Children // Emily Orchard) https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/141/ (Episode 141: Raising Children with Chronic Conditions // Andelin Price) Last Year’s Series https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/how-to-talk-to-your-kids-about-sex/ (Episode 099: How to Talk to Your Kids about Sex // Kristin B. Hods)on https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/educate-and-empower-your-kids/ (Episode 100: How to Talk to Your Kids about Pornography // Dina Alexander) https://3in30podcast.com/captivate-podcast/talking-about-skin-tone-with-brownicity/ (Episode 101: Why & How to Talk to Your Kids about Skin Tone & Race // Dr. Lucretia Berry) Sponsor Many thanks to this month’s sponsor, http://betterhelp.com/3in30 (BetterHelp), the world’s largest provider of online therapy! Use the code 3IN30 for 10% off your first month!
146: How to Have Grace-Filled Political Conversations with Family & Friends // Sarah Stewart Holland & Beth Silvers
3 tools to hold on to your integrity and humanity in political conversations
3 simple tweaks to make reading aloud more fun and effective for your family!
3 tips for creating productive and empowering mornings