"The Mindful Mama podcast is changing my life in so many good ways. I have had so much fun implementing the things I’m learning,
sharing them with others, and seeing the change in my family. Thank you for your podcast, Hunter!"
"This podcast is answering all the questions swirling in my head about how to be an amazing parent. Hunter Clarke-Fields
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When our tiny baby grows into a walking, talking human being, the anger and frustration that arises can often take us by surprise. Why do we yell and how can we stop? In this episode, Carla Naumberg talks to us about her new book, How To Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids.
Mindfulness practices help you become less reactive, so how can you share it with your kids? It helps kids enormously to carry with them a set of tools to help them whenever they get upset or life gets overwhelming. My guest today, Susan Kaiser Greenland, has made a career out of sharing these tools with kids in ways that truly make a difference.
From an early childhood filled with fear, uncertainty, and trauma, Sharon Salzberg found that the teachings of the Buddha normalized her suffering and gave her a path to liberation. She has followed that path to become one of the most preeminent teachers of mindfulness in the world through her writings, talks, and retreats. In this episode, Sharon shares insights into meditation and lovingkindness practice in her down-to-earth, relatable way that provides true insight.
What does one do when fascinated about the nature of experience itself?
If you are my podcast guest, Annaka Harris, you write a children’s book, teach mindfulness to children, and write about this mystery of the universe for adults in her latest book, Conscious. Hear how she began her own mindfulness practice, how it relates to parenting her children and get a taste of the mystery of consciousness.
Girls are socialized to avoid risk and failure, while boys are expected and rewarded for taking risks and being brave. This leads to a world full of women who are paralyzed by perfectionism, unable to take steps outside our comfort zones, tamping down our dreams. In this episode, I talk to Reshma Saujani, CEO of Girls Who Code and author of Brave Not Perfect, about how to cultivate our bravery.