54: For The Love Of Parenting – Say No To Drama (Podcast)

Teen life can be filled with so much drama. They face so many challenges to belong and be accepted by their peers, while trying to figure out and develop healthy friendships. Part of our role as parents is to model what healthy looks like. We all have been hurt by words and actions of others, we all have had bad days, but it doesn’t give us the right to be mean or cruel to others as a way to deal with the pain. In this week’s podcast, Bethany talks about how to create a drama and bully free zone starting at home with your teens.

52: The Biggest Challenge To Goal Setting Is To Not Quit (Podcast)

When we set out with good intentions to reach our goals, we never prepare ourselves for those moments we just want to quit and throw in the towel! But, if we can press in to the discomfort, the inconvenience, the hard work, the challenge, and lean into our support system, we can accomplish anything we set out to do. In this week’s podcast, Bethany shares the joy of accomplishing her goal in podcasting and the challenge to not quit!

30 Trust: What Makes It? What Breaks It?

Have you ever played the trust fall game with a group of friends? Holy smokes, falling backwards into the arms of your peers can be pretty scary, especially if you're not sure you can fully trust them! Ha! Trust is a key component of successful relationships in all facets of life. It is built by small simple moments that add up over time. In this week's podcast on trust, Bethany talks about what makes it and what breaks it, and the importance of being trustworthy.

Individualized Grief

Thought for the day: Our experience of grief is unpredictable, messy, unconstrained to time, and individualized--it is defined as loss, sorrow, sadness, heartbreak, suffering, pain, and more. We face grief in the most unexpected circumstances--loss of a loved one, loss of a job/business, unmet expectations, tragedy, lost items of sentiment, divorce, retirement, changes (good/bad), what... Continue Reading →

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