Parenting For The Present podcast

Rising Above The Negative Behavior To Find Our Root Of Compassion

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As our hosts discussed amongst themselves what they hoped for Season 2, a theme emerged; how do we navigate stress, conflict, and anxiety? Even though they look different in each of our stories, these realities are universal to the human experience. So if we can't avoid these challenges, how do we handle them well? Both personally, and for our families? They thought it best to turn the mics on and share this discussion with the entire Parenting For The Present family.

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