May 14, 2018
In this episode, I unpack the default behavior for so many of us when life throws us a curveball - sitting in blame and judgment. I explain why this is the case for me too and what I’m learning to replace these negative emotions with something more helpful. I share some personal stories to explain all of this in more detail and ways to see an accident or mistake as an opportunity for real learning. I also discuss the best way to ensure that you’re raising good people rather than creepy sh!theads.
Blame and judgment culture
Judgment is a self projection
Brene’ Brown’s theory about common enemy intimacy
Empathy and how productive convos produce good people
The mom movement and how we are shaping the people that will lead us into the future
Spending time nourishing rather than depleting yourself and how to know that you are doing that
Mistakes are part of the human experience and are an opportunity to learn, grow and evolve
What to do to ensure that your kids respect you and other people
Model the behavior you seek from your kids - if you want kind respectful kids, treat them kind and respectfully
Mortified about your daughter becoming a mean girl? I tell you what to do to make sure that doesn’t happen
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