"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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Are you breathing well? Is your child? My guest today is James Nestor, author of “Breath,” which explores how the human species has lost the ability to breathe properly over the past several hundred thousand years and is now suffering from a laundry list of maladies — snoring, sleep apnea, asthma, autoimmune disease — because of it.(more…)
40-50% of couples will get divorced. How can we do it better? Loss of a relationship can be a major trauma, and when you add kids into the mix, and co-parenting with your ex… well, there’s just a lot to work out there. How does one separate, be mindful of your kids, and be true to your own values? Radhika Lakhani, divorce attorney and mindfulness teacher, talks to us about a new path forward.(more…)
With the global pandemic, it seems like we are facing a whole summer with no camp, no vacations, and no in-person socializing… AAK! What are we going to do with our kids this summer? I invited Katherine Reynolds Lewis, author of The Good News About Bad Behavior, to come back on the Mindful Mama podcast to talk with me about this.(more…)
What are the possibilities of modern fatherhood? For dads who are rising up against the old harmful paradigm of masculinity, what does the new picture look like? M.J. Singletary-Villalobos is a dad asking these questions.
The protests around the world after the murder of George Floyd have shown parents that we need to be talking to our kids about racial inequality. But how do we do it? Many white parents feel awkward and uncomfortable bringing it up at all. In this episode, Marietta Collins and Ann Hazzard, both child psychologists and co-authors of the book, Something Happened In My Town, share with us about how to talk about racial inequality with kids.