Feb 23, 2021
On part 2 of the podcast convo with Seth and Sarah, we go into vulnerability when it comes to learning a new skill like cooking or parenting and putting yourself out there in the “arena” as Brene’ Brown says.
We go a little more in depth on male privilege, old school parenting and my theory on why many dudes don’t help more with their kids. I think much of the perceived male laziness is actually connected to vulnerability and disconnection.
You’ll hear us discuss how Sarah was taking it all on as a type A perfectionist and what got Seth to step up to the plate and begin making dinner on weeknights and how they are working together more as co-parents when it comes to the feeding, bathing and evening grind.
Seth also shares his insights about how leaning into new parenting tools is helping him to live without regret. They touch on how parenting on the same page is strengthening their marriage as they prepare for baby number 3 and then we end with a little coaching on badgering and when kids hijack and ruin a family outing.
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