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Motherhood often looks different in real life than it does on the pages of Facebook and Pinterest. On the Mom Show, Lindsay Aerts explores the good, the bad, and the ugly of the most difficult yet rewarding job in the world.
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Now displaying: July, 2016
Jul 31, 2016

Julie Hanks, Author and LCSW at Wasatch Family Therapy has a new book called The Assertiveness Guide for Women. Assertiveness in motherhood isn’t about being mean or bossy. We discuss what assertiveness looks like with your children and how to communicate your needs, wants and desires with your family.

Jul 24, 2016

Whether you're a working mom, a stay-at-home mom or both, when there is a major life shift it can take time to adjust. Former KSL 5 TV Reporter Jennifer Stagg knows this transition all too well, she went from being a full time reporter to a full time stay-at-home mom, and now runs her own design blog. Hear how she managed the transition.

Jul 17, 2016

Especially for moms who are home with children, it can be hard to feel productive in a day. Dr. Julie Hanks of Wasatch Family Therapy shares some tips for reducing guilt over not being productive, and actually says wasting time can be a good thing! We also discuss 5 believes about motherhood that lead to poorer mental health in mothers.

Jul 10, 2016

Lindsay Aerts talks about the stages of Motherhood , pool safety and Nurseries in Hospitals.  Lindsay talks to Kate Carr, the President of Safekids Wordwide.  She wants to know if you are for nurseries in hospitals or having the baby in the room with mom full-time.

Jul 3, 2016

1. Is there unspoken playground and splash pad etiquette that all parents and kids should be following?  For example, should older kids be responsible to not roughhouse when younger kids are playing or should parents with younger kids not let their child play when older kids are already there. If an accident does happen, do you scold a child that's not your own or do you find the parents to tell them their child hurt yours? Lindsay will discuss with the Fan Boys - Andy Farnsworth and Tysen Webb this Sunday!

 

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