Sometimes the mom guilt can feel never ending. Host Lindsay Aerts enlists the help of life coach, Jody Moore of Bold New Mom to get coached on working-mom guilt. They discuss how using guilt as information and making your own clear definition of motherhood success can help reduce that guilt.
As moms it almost comes with the job that we worry about our kids, but worry doesn't feel very good and isn't really useful. In a preview of Sunday's episode of The Mom Show host Lindsay Aerts get some coaching by life coach Jody Moore of Bold New Mom about her worry over a welt on her daughter's leg.
Motherhood can be challenging, tough work so it's no wonder we don't enjoy it all the time. Host Lindsay Aerts talks with Monica Ashton the Director of Maternal Mental Health at the Healing Group about what to do if you're not enjoying your particular stage of parenting.
Host Lindsay Aerts seeks help from one her favorite dads, Ethan Millard from KSL's Nightside Project podcast, to talk about when to start kids in activities, how much screen time to worry about, and whether or not she's ruining her daughter's palate with unhealthy food.
It's often easy to find a list of things you didn't do today. How about looking for your mom wins instead of your mom fails? Host Lindsay Aerts tells you how noticing the very, very simple things you do every day can remind you why you are a great mom!