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In the 25+ years that Janet Lansbury has worked with children and parents, she's learned a lot. She's here to share it with you. Each episode of Unruffled addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy, consistently offering a perspective shift that ultimately frees parents of the need for scripts, strategies, tricks, and tactics. Janet is a parenting author and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers an ...
 
Parenting: It’s the hardest job we’ll ever do. Most of us are tired, stressed, struggling through meltdowns, and counting the minutes until bedtime. But what if raising kids could feel just a little lighter? What if you could end even the hardest day feeling good about how you’re parenting? I’m Dr. Hilary Mandzik – a licensed psychologist and mama of 3 changing the way we do parenting, so there’s less stress and more joy, even in the hardest moments! Join me each week on the Raised Resilient ...
 
Less Yelling, More Connecting; Enjoy your kids through respectful parenting. Does wondering if you’re “doing it wrong” and “failing as a parent” keep you awake at night? Do you wish your kids would just listen to you? Do you wish you felt confident that you are handling your kids BIG feelings in the best possible ways? Do you wish you could feel more present and connected with your little ones? In this podcast you will learn simple, easy to implement communication tools that will build your ...
 
Jen Lumanlan always thought infancy would be the hardest part of parenting. Now she has a toddler and finds a whole new set of tools are needed, there are hundreds of books to read, and academic research to uncover that would otherwise never see the light of day. Join her on her journey to get a Masters in Psychology focusing on Child Development, as she researches topics of interest to parents of toddlers and preschoolers from all angles, and suggests tools parents can use to help kids thri ...
 
Become the Confident Parent your kids Crave You to Be + Learn Parenting Strategies for Epic Transformation in your toddler, child or teens behavior + Parenting Resources from infants to teens + Resources for YOU the parent to become the confident leader you are meant to be + Turn behavior problems into No-Problem + Strengthen your relationship with your kids + Improve the Trust and Respect between Parent and Child! Hey Parents! I’m Jaci Finneman, Parent Strategist and Coach. And, after 30 ye ...
 
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In this conversation with Dean Spade we resolve a long-running challenge in my understanding: when we talked with Dr. john powell on the topic of Othering and Belonging a couple of years ago we discussed how volunteering promotes othering, because it perpetuates the idea that the volunteer is a person with resources to give, and the recipient has l…
 
Sharing is caring … or is it? Most of us grew up thinking that sharing was kindness – and that good kids always share. And now as parents, we wonder: Why isn’t my child sharing? How do I get my child to share? And should I force my child to share if it’s not happening? In this week’s episode, I unpack the topic of kids & sharing: What’s really goin…
 
Have you lost yourself in motherhood? Are you so busy caring for the kids all day that you forget to feed yourself? When is the last time you got a haircut? What is one thing that you have been dying to do but could never find the time to get done? Well, it is time to make time because it is now or never mama. Stop the mom guilt, stop the excuses, …
 
Janet responds to an email from a parent who says that lately, she has found herself yelling at her 3-year-old, who’s been having a difficult time since the birth of her brother. She realizes that yelling is not helping her daughter, and it’s not the parent she wants to be. “I’ve really lost control of this parenting thing and need a reset.”For mor…
 
Book Launch No-Problem Parenting; Raising Your Kiddos with More Confidence & Less Fear Welcome Back No-Problem Parents! It's BOOK LAUNCH DAY!!!! Get Your Copy Free on Amazon: Amazon Book Link Canadian Residents click this link: Candian Book Link Parenting has become harder than ever. Combine the pandemic, extreme anxiety, cell phones, and social me…
 
Parenting is legit the hardest job we’ll ever do. Parenting differently than how we were parented is especially hard because we’re being asked to give what we weren’t given. As we do this, our kids trigger our own past hurts & unmet needs … and the next thing we know, we’re losing it in an angry spiral. In this week’s episode, I help demystify pare…
 
Do you have an infant, toddler, or child that struggles with feeding or eating? Are they shy and do you worry their speech is delayed? Today's guest gives parents tips, tools and resources that will validate your intuition and support you in helping your child. Mattie Murrey Tegels, MA, CCC-SLP, L, PCP Founder, You Got This Speech Therapy and Coach…
 
Get ready some changes are coming to your village! We are giving our podcast an upgrade. New cover art. New Name and we are here to listen to you! You can expect to see our cover art changing, from our blue theme we will now adopt a warmer brown tone to match our new name which will be "The Nurturing Parent" which we have come to realize is more wh…
 
Claire had used respectful parenting methods since her children were babies, so child-led learning seemed like a natural fit for her. She protected her toddler’s free play time and involved her in household chores and nature walks. Claire attended school as a child (just like I did!); she even enjoyed elementary school. By high school she didn’t se…
 
As a Parent Empowerment Coach, Joanne helps parents of tweens and teens with navigating life’s daily parenting challenges so that they can feel more positive about themselves as parents, avoid the guilt trap and have a home filled with more peace and less tension and yelling. Her mission is to contribute to raising the next generation of leaders an…
 
If you spend just a minute Googling, you’ll see hundreds of results on how to deal with a "defiant” child. By “defiant”, we typically mean a child who’s purposefully digging her heels in & outright refusing to comply. We think of this child as difficult and problematic, and most of the Google results suggest punishment as a remedy. In this week’s e…
 
Grandma's recipes, life skills, history, wisdom, a village... The older generation has so much to offer to our toddlers when we nourish those relationships. Grandparents can also reap many benefits from bonding with their grandkids. The older generation in exchange may get some tech service, updating on what's cool, share music and just bring smile…
 
Have you set unrealistic expectations on your kids? Do you push them to do things that don't interest them but are your passions or dreams for your child? Are you expecting them to excel at something their brain is not wired to succeed in? My guest today is going to share how the Whole Brain Thinking model/assessment can help you and your child und…
 
Parents often feel frustrated, confused, and angry when kids tell lies. For most of us, this was a hard line for our parents; we were punished or made to feel like we were bad. And now as parents, we wonder: Why is my child lying? And how am I supposed to respond?!? In this week’s episode, I unpack the topic of kids & lying: Why do children lie? Is…
 
Clinical psychologist Jean Cheng joins Janet to discuss the puzzling, painful, and self-defeating feelings that our children's behaviors can bring up in us as parents. No matter how well educated and prepared we are for this role, we might find ourselves overwhelmed and viscerally reacting by yelling, threatening, or "checking out." Often the answe…
 
Hey busy mom, did you forget we need rest days? The importance of rest is vital to our health and so necessary that we make it a priority to have guilt free rest days with our families. Don't stress that your child does not have their schedule mapped out perfectly. We give you the okay to stop overscheduling and make room for free play. I know we a…
 
At the beginning of our stay at a friend’s house in Oregon six weeks ago, my eight-year-old daughter Carys had biked a flat mile on a mountain biking trail; when we got to a very slight incline she made it 20 feet further and then it all fell apart. She whined; she cried; she refused to go on. Later in the day, after we had both calmed down, we dis…
 
Today's guest is going to share another way we can get our kids out of cyberspace/off their devices by getting back into the natural world by exploring and starting a garden. Patrice Porter, endearingly referred to as, The Gardening Grandma, teaches life skills through gardening. Patrice is a Mother, Grandmother and avid gardener. She is a Certifie…
 
Your child is so excited (and maybe also a little nervous!) to go to school; you send them off, and you can’t wait to hear all about their day when they get off the school bus. But come 3pm, instead of being greeted with hugs & stories about your child’s day, you get a grumpy attitude and a meltdown when you arrive back home. What gives?!? In this …
 
Did you know that worry is driven by fear? And at the root of worry is insecurity. Concern is driven by care and at the root of concern is confidence. Confident parents encourage and lead their children with empathy! Today I'm gonna list 15 ways that insecurity shows up in our parenting AND 15 things we do when we are parenting from confidence! Gra…
 
Janet helps a struggling parent understand her spirited toddler’s aggressive behavior and offers suggestions to respond more effectively.For more advice on common parenting issues, please check out Janet's best-selling books on Audible, FREE with a 30-day trial membership if you use this link: adbl.co/2OBVztZ. Paperbacks and e-books are also availa…
 
Are you worried about your kids depending too much on you? Well, we are their parents, aren't we? The best road to independence is through what's called INTERdependence. They should be able to depend on us, which makes for a healthy relationship. Gentle parenting or attachment parenting is about building that foundation of trust so our kids feel co…
 
Parents have been asking me for episodes on neurodivergence for a while now so I’m hoping this episode will become the start of a mini-series. In this first conversation I talk with Dr. Hanna Bertilsdotter-Rosqvist, co-author of the new book Neurodiveristy Studies: A New Critical Paradigm. We look at this topic through the lens of autism, and I sha…
 
Navigating children’s meltdowns is one of the most challenging parts of parenting. It can be so hard to know how to respond when a child is screaming, throwing toys, hitting, kicking, crying, and unable to access logical reasoning. And because meltdowns are so challenging, there’s no shortage of advice on how to handle them … but not all of this ad…
 
How is your communication going with your child? Are you a parent who is feeling stuck and maybe even at the end of your rope? Today's guest Cynthia Klein shares how parents can break the negative cycles you may be caught in and create reciprocal communication. Cynthia is a Family Happiness Expert and Parenting Coach her passion is to create world …
 
As parents, we need to remember that if we only give, if we only care for others, we inevitably deplete our energy. Instead of succumbing to stress, worry, and frustration, fill your cup! Do some things for yourself like inviting God into your day, pay attention to your health and prepare to lead your kiddo's with confidence by learning how to resp…
 
How do we help our children benefit from the privilege of extracurricular activities? At what age should we enroll our kids in lessons and sports? Janet has a child-centered approach that not everyone will agree with, but she believes is "too good not to share." She discusses how parents can discern their child's readiness and describes the benefit…
 
What may seem like little feelings to us can be big feelings for our kids. These feelings can build up inside and lead to many behaviors that we may not like, which is why it is so important to let your kids know that we are here for them. This is the foundation of gentle parenting. It is about mutual respect, teaching kids to manage their emotions…
 
Every once in a while a blog post about ‘childism’ makes the rounds on social media, which is described as being a “prejudice against young people” that’s on par with sexism, racism, and homophobia. But the Director of the Childism Institute, Dr. John Wall, argues that that definition implies children are simply victims of whatever adults throw at …
 
Navigating children’s meltdowns is one of the hardest parts of parenting. We often wonder: Is it normal for my child to have meltdowns? Why is my child having a meltdown? What in the world am I supposed to do during my child’s meltdowns? And why is it so hard to stay calm during my child’s meltdowns? In this week’s episode, I answer all of these qu…
 
Do you feel as though you are constantly demanding respect from your child? Does it seem as if your child could care less about your relationship with them? Whether you have a young spirited child or a teenager who is preparing to leave the nest today's guest is going to help you recognize how your ego is getting in the way of your relationship wit…
 
It can be so hard to separate from our children sometimes! Particularly if they cry, seem anxious, or strongly object. How can we prepare our children (and ourselves) for a successful transition? Janet responds to emails from two different families struggling with goodbyes at school drop-off and offers recommendations for a helpful and respectful a…
 
How do we explain death to our kids? We may see it in our families, with pets, or even with family friends. But are our kids too young to know and understand death? It seems like a heavy discussion for someone so little but we should know how to approach the conversation. Amma Lisa shares some great advice about how we can make them feel more comfo…
 
Welcome Back No-Problem Parents! Do your kids believe you will follow through when you redirect them? Do they believe you mean what you say? Or, maybe you set a limit, redirect or give a consequence to your child and they misbehave anyway? Maybe they laugh at you, run the other way when you call them or wet noodle to the floor, throw a tantrum and …
 
Parental preference is really challenging; it’s so hard when your child only wants mommy or only wants daddy. Either you can’t get a break because your child seems to need you constantly, or you feel rejected because your child seems to want nothing to do with you. In this week’s episode, I answer a listener who asks: Why does my toddler only want …
 
The practice of acknowledging our children's feelings and struggles can provide healing, calming messages of safety and acceptance. With a genuine tone and a few words, our acknowledgments can help children share pent-up emotions, feel seen and heard, and gradually regulate, which in turn eases problematic behaviors. However, parents commonly share…
 
Welcome Back No-Problem Parents! Today's guest Dr. Heather Von Bank shares the importance of play for children, families, adults, and pretty much all humans! She's particularly interested in promoting recess, and other unstructured play opportunities for children at school. In today's episode, Dr. Heather talks about play and its importance in supp…
 
This week we are talking about "Gentle Alternatives To Cry It Out Sleep Training." In our last episode "say no to cry it out" we spoke about why you should say no but did not touch on what we can do to help calm our babies cries when it comes to getting some sleep! We hope you enjoy and please share this podcast with any other mothers or fathers! R…
 
This episode builds on our conversation with Dr. Atle Dyregrov on the topic of talking with children about death, where we focused mainly on death as a general concept and navigating the first few days after the death. Grief therapist Katie Lear has a new book called A Parent's Guide to Managing Childhood Grief and focuses on the much longer period…
 
One of your most important jobs as a parent is helping your child make sense of the world around them; children are born knowing nothing about the world that surrounds them, and we slowly help them understand what’s happening and where they fit. In this week’s episode, I share why storytelling is SO powerful and how to use it to support your child’…
 
Welcome Back No-Problem Parents! Today's guest shares the importance of parents recognizing their own traumatic past, taking care of, and healing themselves so that their trauma doesn't "bleed" out onto their child. Using the acronym B.A.D., Dr. Reilly offers support and tips on self-care for the wounded parent. Meet Dr. Anissa Reilly. Dr. Anissa h…
 
The mother of two boys feels they are constantly testing her limits and always at her side demanding attention. They won’t allow her a moment to handle daily chores like laundry or cooking, never mind her personal needs. “They think it’s funny, “ she writes, “and I undoubtedly lose my patience. I feel like they just don’t listen to whatever limit I…
 
Potty training or toileting time? It is such a huge milestone getting your toddlers out of diapers! But after much research, we see that they will be ready when they are ready but in this week's episode, we discuss some ways to support our toddler's journey to figuring it out. You can find many hacks, tips, and tricks to potty training online but w…
 
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