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[REWIND] How We Explain Anxiety to Kids and Families

It’s that time of the year again: school is up and running, the holidays are coming up and anxiety is on the rise in both kids and families. That’s why we decided to rerelease our favorite and most listened-to podcast episode today. It’s the one we send out to our clients the most because we know how helpful it is.

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LGBTQ+: How To Respond When Your Child Is Coming Out To You

Today’s generation of teens is incredibly accepting of each other, and families, parents are more accepting too. Both this and even the pandemic have resulted in kids coming out earlier than even a few years ago.

But what’s the best way to respond when your kid (or your friend’s kid) comes out to you?

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Pandemic Flux in Teens: Why It’s So Hard

Last week we shared the new term ‘pandemic flux’ with you. Remember: blunted emotions, spikes in anxiety or depression, and the need to make drastic changes in your life.

Our teens are particularly vulnerable to pandemic flux. That’s why this week we’re taking a deep dive into the effect of pandemic flux on our kids and particularly our teens.

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Post Partum Anxiety: A Deep Dive With Kayla Hayes

Today’s important topic is not only for moms to be, as many people might think. As we’re taking a deep dive into post partum anxiety and depression with Kayla Hayes, it becomes clear that the knowledge that’s being shared today is important for both moms and dads. Whether you plan on having a baby, your third child is on the way or you’re looking at your pregnancy retrospectively, today’s episode is for you.

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How to Show Your Kids You’re Truly Listening

We expect our kids to listen but they expect the same thing from us. And even though we might feel like we’re listening to them, to our kids it can feel like we’re not. The issue here is not that we’re not good listeners, it’s probably more that we’re not good at showing them that we’re listening.