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February 10, 2020
Ever lose it with your kids? Or feel like you're ALWAYS losing it with your kids? This week's guest, Carla Naumburg, PhD, LICSW, knows just how you feel. She's a clinical social worker, a mother of two, and author of three books, including her bestseller, How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids: A Guide to Becoming a Calmer, Happier Parent (https://www.amazon.com/How-Stop-Losing-Your-Kids/dp/1523505427) and what she learned on her parenting journey about how to yell less and enjoy more. Follow Carla: www.carlanaumburg.com (https://www.carlanaumburg.com) @carlanaumburg (https://www.instagram.com/carlanaumburg/?hl=en) Resources Discussed in this Episode: Mindful Self-Compassion (https://self-compassion.org) Resilience: Dr. Ken Ginsburg (https://parentandteen.com) -------------------------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line.   After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about 6 core areas of focus: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at  www.modernmommydoc.com/shop. (https://my.captivate.fm/dashboard/www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.)
February 3, 2020
How do we build healthy sexual relationships with ourselves and with our partners? On this week's episode, we talk all about it.
January 27, 2020
We all want to raise “successful” kids but what does it really mean to be successful and how to do we help our kids to genuinely thrive? Kenneth R. Ginsburg, MD, MS Ed, FAAP, has the answers. He is a professor of pediatrics in the Division of Adolescent Medicine at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine. He is the medical director of health services for Covenant House in Pennsylvania, where health providers focus on stress as an underlying force that drives most health-risk behaviors. He's a prolific author but his book, , (https://www.amazon.com/Building-Resilience-Children-Teens-Giving/dp/1581105517) is one of my personal favorites. Our discussion with him about his work will forever change the way you think about the way you parent.  Follow Dr. Ginsburg: www.fosteringresilience.com (http://www.fosteringresilience.com/) www.parentandteen.com (www.parentandteen.com) @healthychildrenaap (https://www.instagram.com/healthychildrenaap/?hl=en) Books Mentioned in the Episode: Building Resilience in Children and Teens: Giving Your Child Roots and Wings (https://www.amazon.com/Building-Resilience-Children-Teens-Giving/dp/1581105517) Raising Kids to Thrive: Balancing Love With Expectations and Protection With Trust (https://www.amazon.com/Raising-Kids-Thrive-Expectations-Protection/dp/1581108672/ref=pd_sbs_14_img_1/130-3908144-8479624?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=1581108672&pd_rd_r=b3c9c601-a1bf-4ec8-9146-6f76caa807d8&pd_rd_w=4cWa4&pd_rd_wg=Hklvk&pf_rd_p=5cfcfe89-300f-47d2-b1ad-a4e27203a02a&pf_rd_r=AC1R6F6A1HYF9B3SEHM8&psc=1&refRID=AC1R6F6A1HYF9B3SEHM8) --------------------------------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line.   After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about 6 core areas of focus: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at  www.modernmommydoc.com/shop. (www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.)
January 27, 2020
Going back to work after having a baby is no small feat, and neither is making it as a working mom long term. We have author Lauren Smith Brody on the show today to talk about how to do it. She's the author of The Fifth Trimester: The Working Mom's Guide to Style, Sanity, and Big Success After Baby and founder of The Fifth Trimester movement. Follow Lauren: @thefifthtrimester www.thefifthtrimester.com --------------------------------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line. After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about 6 core areas of focus: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.
January 27, 2020
On the podcast this week, we’re welcoming Jessi Duley. She’s a powerhouse businesswoman and a mom of three. Her efforts on her indoor cycling studio, BurnCycle – a non-competitive, pitch black environment with a hot playlist and a focus on connection – have made her an award-winning entrepreneur. In the nearly seven years since its inception, BurnCycle has grown by 500% and has been nationally recognized for its “like a boss” mentality by Forbes, Shape, Huffington Post, Portland Monthly, Portland Business Journal, Willamette Week, and Portland Mercury. Jessi may have learned a lot about making it in the business world since she founded BurnCycle, but she’s learned even more about how to find the joy in the journey, deciding it’s not about the load, it’s how you carry it. Follow Jessi: www.burn-cycle.com @burn-cycle @mrsduley --------------------------------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line. After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about 6 core areas of focus: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.
January 27, 2020
Hardly anyone expects to have a hard time with their partner after a baby comes along but, the reality is, most couples struggle. New York Times bestselling author Jancee Dunn tells it like it is in this episode and gives real, sound advice on how to make it better. Jancee was a staff writer at Rolling Stone for over a decade, and a veejay at MTV for five years. She writes for many publications, among them the New York Times, Vogue, Travel and Leisure, Food & Wine, and Parents, and was a columnist for GQ and O, The Oprah Magazine. Follow Jancee: www.janceedunn.net @janceedunn Read her book: How Not to Hate Your Husband After Kids --------------------------------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line. After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about 6 core areas of focus: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.
January 20, 2020
We’re setting the foundation for The Modern Mommy Doc Podcast by talking about six areas successful moms are highly intentional about: 1. Dreaming Big 2. Spending Time on Things That Matter 3. Making Space for Themselves 4. Investing in Their Mental and Physical Health 5. Parenting in Partnership 6. The Way They Parent Their Kids You can learn more @modernmommydoc www.modernmommydoc.com/podcast -------------------- Hey Mama! It's Dr. Whitney. As I look back on my parenthood journey and think about the times I’ve felt the most overwhelmed or lost, they all share one common theme: in all of them, I felt directionless or like I was moving in the wrong direction. So, I started getting really intentional about figuring out what I needed to focus on daily to help me move toward what I actually wanted for me and for my kids months and years down the line. After some time, I realized I had something I could come back to when I felt rudderless but ALSO that I felt lost less often. So, I started writing down for the Modern Mommy Doc community more about these 6 core areas of focus we're talking about today: dreaming big, spending time on what matters, making space for ourselves, investing in our physical and mental health, parenting in partnership, and the way we parent our kids. That’s how the Parenting with Intention Journal came to be…because, as I shared what I learned about intentional parenting with other moms in my clinic or online, it resonated with them. In it, we walk through how to how to make parenting with intention a daily practice. We designed the Parenting with Intention Journal to be beautiful. It’s a vegan leather hardback with foil-pressed matte gold on the cover and a silk ribbon marker. It includes 16 pages of instructional material with 192 pages of ivory lined paper so you can document every day how you’re going to set your intentions for motherhood and for your life. You can find it at www.modernmommydoc.com/shop.
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