EP:39 For this week's episode, join me as I talk about one of the things that usually happens at homes that no one really talks about--
It's the feeling of being like roommates with your partner.
This situation is so inevitable in every relationship as time goes by. It easily happens; it's somehow bound to happen; and it's absolutely normal.
However, it's like a super taboo issue that nobody can comfortably bring up without the fear of being shamed or judged!
Why?? Because we all want to put our best faces in everything, especially with what's happening inside the four corners of our homes! We always want to project that we are so in control at home, especially in front of others. Right??
What usually causes the drift?? Overfamiliarity, too much comfortability, overwhelming tasks, and routines, piled up work, new responsibilities, raising kids, insecurities, lack of intimacy, fear, resentment, and so much more.
While this is a common phenomenon among partnerships, it takes a lot of effort to change this shift. This takes brain rewiring and so much decision making.
As we know, matters like this never changes overnight. It needs the key elements of time, communication, and enough vulnerability to be able to see that spark and joy in the relationship again!
All these and more on the Thrive Like A Parent podcast.
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56:05EP:57 Today, I have a guest on the Thrive Like a Parent podcast. Her name is Lindsay Kane now and I've known Lindsey since playgroup! Lindsey is a an incredible wife and mamma to two amazing boys. Lindsey owns a beautiful jewelry company. The link is in stories! I've worked with Lindsay and her family for a few years now. I've worked with Lindsay regarding herself and I've supported Lindsay with her kiddos. This episode is an authentic look through the lens of what a session with one of my clients looks like. We talk through our kids different nervous systems and how sometimes their underdeveloped nervous systems is what's getting in the way of them being able to attend and focus and how to support them through it all! My hope is that this will help you and other parents relate to Lindsey’s story.
It Is Ok Not To Be Ok
24:57EP:56 It is ok for you to be an individual. It's okay to not have the same opinions. It's okay to feel things that others don’t.It's okay to be a quote sensitive human. It's okay when others tell you to get over it and are not ready, and it affected me and that's okay. All of our brains function differently. And if you're trying to model someone else or a generation or you're trying to keep up with something that was taught to you that you quote should be keeping up with but deep down you're you feel empty… Listen to that!
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When Are You Fully Healed From Truama?
34:46EP:55 A question I get asked all the time… When do you know you are finally healed from trauma? The truth is… It's not about when is the healing over. It's about gaining awareness to understand that you actually do have control over how you feel in the midst of a trigger. It is the ability to say, I know that I can support myself through this. I know I have the capacity to do it. I've done it before. And I know I'm going to feel okay on the other side. And that is what it's about. The healing and work always continues. Am I more healed now than I was a year or two ago or five years ago, you bet. But I also love the person that I am here today. And I also look forward to the person I will be in a year. Like I look forward to that. And it's okay to accept it all. Healing can happen, but it does happen very slowly. And I do believe that we become wiser as we get older, we become more comfortable within our skin and more comfortable with the choices we're making and who we are and how we choose to lead our lives and not caring about what others think as much like all that happens with with time, right and experience, but also healing. So best of luck on your healing journey and know that it's okay to go slow.
What It Means To Be Sensory Sensitive
30:30EP:54 Although being sensory seeking can be difficult at times.. You're feeling, hearing, seeing and tasting everything that most others are not. The stimuli can be overwhelming...But it can also be a beautiful benefit, personality trait and neurological trait that can support you and your life and help you find your magic, help you find what you're best at and your strengths. Your sensory sensitivity is not a weakness friend, it’s your superpower! After you listen to this podcast, if you have any more questions on this or are interested in working with myself or my team and get support in truly understanding how to support your brain please reach out. Let's chat, because you deserve to live a full life that support your individual nervous system and you absolutely CAN HAVE THAT.
The Podcast is 1 Year Old!
12:25EP:53 It has officially been one year since I've started my Thrive Like a Parent podcast!!! I am so grateful that you have chosen to trust me. That's why I push so hard to make sure that this is done the correct way. Thank you for trusting me in supporting you and giving you the knowledge to understand how your brain functions, how your children's brain functions and how to support both. I can't thank you enough for your love and support for myself, my family and my children. #thrivelikeaparent #podcast #newepisode #threads #parentlife #1yearoldpodcast #anniversary #thrivelikeamother #sensoryregulation #brainstimulation #sensoryregulation #emotionalregulation #nervoussystem #nervoussystemhealing #stimulation #brainhealth
Love Your Kids Without Losing Yourself with Dr. Morgan Cutlip
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First Steps Toward Healing From Fight or Flight
39:03EP:51 On this weeks episode of Thrive like a Parent podcast we will talk steps and signs of what happens when you finally begin the process of feeling your body come out of fight or flight. And it is so crucially important to understand this because you it's going to feel not as good as you want it to feel. is so crucially important to have this knowledge so that you don't spiral. That you don't think you're in a deep dark depression so that you don't think it's never going to end so that you know that your brain is doing exactly what it needs to do.
Spit Fire on Frequently Asked Questions
35:02EP:50 This week I decided to do something a little different on my Thrive Like a Parent podcast. I want to say thank you to each and every one of you who trust me to support you through this crazy journey of life and dm me your questions. I know I don’t have the time to answer all of your questions but I will do the best I can to do that in these podcast episodes. Tell us how you're liking the podcast in the comments below, ask questions here! This will be the easiest place for me to see them. -> If you have any requests on specific topics let me know in the comments below.
How To Teach Our Kids Feelings
28:13EP:49 We can support our brain into rewiring. We can support our brain into healing. We can support our brain into gaining more fluency within each different portion of our brain. Your brain might push and resist away from saying the hard emotional things because your brains not used to it NOT because it can't. It's just that muscle has not been flexed enough. That is why it is so important to teach our children how to understand feelings, what they are and how to verbalize them. It is our responsibility as parents to teach our children this consistentely within the safely of our home so they can continue to do the same out in the world. Join me on this weeks episode of Thrive Like a Parent to learn how to teach your children feelings.
Living with Hashimoto's Autoimmune Disease
28:00EP:48 I have officially been diagnosed with Hashimotos. It's an autoimmune disease, where your thyroid can bounce into hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism. It's been a hard one, it's been a real hard one to swallow. But this will now be part of my story that I share with you and hopefully share my healing journey of what this looks like and how I am stepping in to supporting myself even more. And at the end of the day. It first and foremost starts with me on apologetically, taking care of myself. So I choose to move forward with the awareness, with more knowledge, more grace, more understanding, more self love, and more healing. Because at the end of the day, health is the most important thing. Mental and physical. So take this today as a reminder to slow down. Take care of yourself.