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Sep 30, 2021

Did you know that when we name our feelings the activity in the amygdala decreases? My guest Sarah Peyton and I start today’s conversation with this topic. She mentions Matthew Liberman’s research

She talks about the panic-grief circuit of the mammalian brain and explains the phenomenon of alarmed aloneness. 


Sep 23, 2021

The mother-daughter relationship is one of the most important—and complicated in the lives of most adult women.

Helping my patients understand their mothers has helped me become familiar with parts of myself - and my mother - I might have never known if not for the stories I've heard, says Judith Rabinor, PhD, 


Sep 16, 2021

Stress is part of life. When stress becomes too intense, too much and too frequent it overwhelms our nervous system, and awakens stress imprints from our past and we lose the ability to effectively recover from it. And for the past year-and-a-half we have been all pushed to our limits and stress and overwhelm have been...

Sep 11, 2021

Have you ever considered looking into astrology for parenting advice or insight? 

How can learning about your child’s horoscope guide you in terms of education, discipline, extracurricular activities, understanding their personality, how to support them, sleep and waking, technology,

Briana Saussy, teacher,...

Sep 3, 2021

Leslie Pirscilla, founder of Latinx Parenting on how reparenting ourselves is important in breaking the cycles of inter generational trauma.

We talked about ending the chancla culture-the power over way of raising kids.

How forgiveness is possible for ourselves and for others.

How non-punitive parenting while not easy...