In this episode, I share a clip where I’m being interviewed by fellow mom, Conny Lee for her Balanced Parent Show. We talk about lots of topics that July 4th represents in our modern day as women looking for independence, strength and ultimately the feeling of freedom.
The mommy wars between SAHM and “career” moms.
Assertive pack leadership and what that looks like.
How to communicate from a place of positive assertiveness and when to have a productive conversation.
I coach Conny on how to tackle her nightly bedtime battle over leaving her daughter’s room and separating for the night.
How to respond with empathy rather than defensiveness when our kids lay on the guilt that they want to be a part of the neighbor’s family because it’s WAY more fun - unlimited treats, tech, time, etc...
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