Healing from a miscarriage can be very painful. There are no two stories of how to heal that seem to look alike. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with the Director of Mental Health at The Healing Group in Midvale, Monica Ashton about healing from a miscarriage, how to cope with grief, and how to help a friend who may be grieving. Original air date September 25, 2016.
To homeschool or not to homeschool? That is the question. Listen to host Lindsay Aerts and Drew Steele of the Drew Steele Show, which airs 7 to 10 PM weeknights on KSL Newsradio, talk about why Drew and his wife have chosen to homeschool their 8 year-old son.
Sometimes we have the dad's on The Mom Show to let us know what's going on in their world. Host Lindsay Aerts chats with Drew Steele, the host of The Drew Steele Show on KSL Newsradio weekdays from 7-10 PM about his son's concussion, learning to feel all the feelings, and what type of dad he considers himself. Listen to the rest of our chat about why he has chosen home school for his son.
If you're trying hard to be best the best mom or dad you can be, you're doing it right. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with guest Drew Steele (host, KSL Newsradio weeknights 7-10 PM) in a preview of Sunday's episode.
Host Lindsay Aerts discusses with sex therapist Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife what factors might be affecting a woman's sexual desire, which on top of dealing with motherhood demands may also include some messaging about how you view your own sexuality. If you're looking for a more connected, healthy sexual relationship...try on some of the Dr. Fife's questions about yourself that can help figure out how to get some desire back.
Talking to your kids about sex is almost never comfortable, but it's necessary. Conveying a message of sexuality as a good and natural thing is also very important. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with Dr. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife, a sex therapist, about how to convey a shame free message about sex to your kids. Hint: It starts with you, mom and dad.
In a preview of this Sunday's episode of The Mom Show, Host Lindsay Aerts talks with sex therapist Jennifer Finlayson-Fife about why we need to talk to kids about sex and how we can do it shame free.
There are a lot of pressures on today's moms. One of those includes the pressure to breastfeed. We hear the message a lot of "breast is best," we see the research, we are aware of the studies. We're not arguing whether breast is best or not best, we're discussing the fact the pressure to breastfeed exists and how to navigate that. Host Lindsay Aerts also discusses a common feeling among moms of having to enjoy every moment of motherhood.
Mom's today have many pressures that generations before haven't necessarily had. Host Lindsay Aerts discusses how social media is painting the picture of what motherhood looks like and how to negate the messages you may get on your news feed.
Mom's today have many pressures that generations before haven't necessarily had or have experience differently. Those pressures may include just the sheer amount of information at our disposal, along with the weight of decisions about whether to work or stay home. Host Lindsay Aerts discusses how those can add to overwhelm for today's moms.
I may have been the person before having kids who said they would never put their kid on a leash...but now that I have a toddler the backpack with the leash on it was my best friend while traveling recently.
I recently flew back to Utah from Florida and had quite the experience with two epic toddler meltdowns on two different flights. If not for the kindness of strangers, I'm almost certain my daughter would have cried the entire flight. To those kind people, I need to say thank you.