191:Easy Emergency Preparedness for Families // Melanie Papworth

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It seems like crazy emergencies will never happen to us, but they can. At any moment! And we need to be prepared so we know what to do to protect our families and our homes to the best of our ability. If you’ve felt an urge to get more prepared, but you haven’t known where…

190: Becoming a Less Angry Mom // Natalie Hixson

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I grew up in a home with extremely nurturing parents who rarely yelled. That made it very shocking to me when as a mother of young kids, I found myself yelling and angry a lot of the time. Where was this rage coming from? I hadn’t seen it modeled by my parents, and I’d honestly…

187: Keeping Kids Safe Around Water this Summer // Nicole Hughes

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Trigger Warning: Child Loss Today we are honored to welcome Nichole Hughes, a mother of 5 from Tennessee who has been through the unthinkable heartache of losing a child to drowning. Nicole has spent the last three years honoring her son’s life by pouring herself into learning about water safety and improving education for parents…

184: Living Well with Depression & Anxiety // Jenny Showalter

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This conversation with guest Jenny Showalter felt like a gift to my soul. I hope it gives you hope and strength and tools if you yourself are managing depression right now–and I hope it gives you empathy and perspective if you are someone who does not live with mental illness yourself. Our guest Jenny is…