Welcome to the I AM MOM Parenting Journey!
This is a parenting podcast to help you become present, calm and connected while creating a family environment where everyone can thrive.
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Hosted by Dimple Arora, Founder of Mindful Evolution and Shaista Fatehali, Founder of Thrive Kids.
Dimple and Shaista are two moms passionate about sharing effective parenting and mom life strategies based on modern science and thousands of hours of combined experience, both in the classroom and by providing life coaching for moms and kids of all ages. Listen as they geek out on everything you need to know to create the joyful family life that you desire and your kids deserve.
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While it is normal for most kids to feel a degree of separation anxiety from their caregivers in certain circumstances, there are ways to manage the separation anxiety effectively to prevent children’s separation anxiety disorder, which can then lead to adult separation anxiety disorder in the future. Separation anxiety disorder occurs when an individual experiences excessive fear or anxiety concerning separation from those they are attached to...
Emotional resilience is a life skill that allows us to adapt to stressful situations and crises. In this episode, we provide the seven integral traits that makeup being resilient based on the work of child paediatrician and human development expert, Dr.Ginberg. We elaborate on each of these traits providing you with the best strategies to use to build each trait and emotional resilience in your child.
In this episode, we speak about how to set healthy boundaries for yourself and your child in order to create an environment at home that fosters potential win-win scenarios for everyone. We speak on why boundaries are necessary, the benefits of setting boundaries and give examples of how to set boundaries. A boundary is what allows you to show your child what you stand for, what you believe about yourself and what you expect from them...
You asked and we delivered! Sibling rivalry is a common occurrence in most households with kids of all ages. In this episode, we cover the best strategies to manage sibling rivalry while your children are growing up so that they can retain a deep, healthy bond into adulthood.
It’s quite common for parents to worry about if their child feels lonely and has enough friends at school. Do they fit it? Are they having fun at recess? Do they have a sense of belonging at school? Having heard these concerns often, this episode is dedicated to helping you become aware of what’s necessary to help your child build healthy friendships.
Our habits shape who we are. Join us as we discuss the importance of building these five healthy habits in our children so that they can become happier and more resilient people as adults. These habits are proven to promote a more regulated nervous system and reduce the incidence of mental health issues in the future.
Do you give all your energy to your family and have no energy left for yourself?
Do you feel guilty often, like you are failing as a parent?
Are you trying to be the perfect parent?
Are you showing up for your child way too much?
It doesn’t have to be this way! In this episode, we discuss the benefits of moving far away from being the perfect parent and towards how to be a “good enough” parent using the 70-30 rule.
Most of us have heard about the benefits of gratitude. However, there is so much more to this elevated emotion than just developing a gratitude practice to notice what you appreciate in life. In this episode, we cover some the benefits of gratitude, as well as how you can use gratitude to have higher levels of well-being, ultimately improving your health and raising your human consciousness at quantum level.
The concept of The Circle of Security is based on decades of attachment research to help parents know what to look for in the needs of their child. At any given age, your child is somewhere on the circle. This eye-opening concept will give you the confidence that your child will come back to you for long-lasting security and you will be able to welcome them with open arms.
Food allergies are quite common in our society, especially amongst children. During this four-part series on food allergies, we educate parents on all aspects of navigating life while having a child with food allergies. In this first part, we aim to truly educate the food allergy community with the awareness and knowledge necessary to recognize and manage food allergies and sensitivities in your child.