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124: How to Stop Judging Yourself

3 in 30 Podcast, How to Stop Judging Yourself, Get Help, Therapy is Good, Top Motherhood Podcast, Listen Now, Self Love and Compassion | How to Stop Judging Yourself by popular US mom podcast 3 in 30: black and white image of a mom and dad sitting outside together with their two young children.

On top of everything hard that’s going on in the world right now with COVID-19, the last thing that we need is to listen to our own negative self-talk and harsh judgement all day long as we try to navigate this new normal.  With that in mind, I pulled ‘How to Stop Judging Yourself‘ from…

107: Surviving Depression in Motherhood // Sarah McKenna

107: Surviving Depression in Motherhood // Sarah McKenna by popular Utah mom podcast, 3 in 30: image of Sarah McKenna with her husband and 2 kids.

My older sister, Sarah McKenna, has battled depression and bipolar disorder from a young age, and she has helped me and countless others in our own mental health journeys by being open about hers. I have never known anyone as brave and tenacious as Sarah, and I’m honored to have her as a guest on…

099: How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex // Kristin B. Hodson

How to Talk to Your Kids About Sex by top mom podcast 3 in 30: image of Kristin B. Hodson and her husband and kids.

Do you consider yourself the sex expert of your home? Today we are discussing how to talk to your kids about sex. I know it seems like a big role — but it’s possible. Ninety-nine percent of what our kids need when they ask questions about their bodies is to know that we won’t shut…

083: Are Kids Today Harder Than They Were In The Past? // Katherine Reynolds Lewis

Are Kids Harder Today than they were before? A podcast featuring Katherine Reynolds Lewis on 3 in 30 Takeaways for Moms.

There’s no question that parenting has been difficult for every generation– but has it always been this difficult? I’ll admit, my dreams of parenthood were idealized in many ways, but I often wonder if the day will ever come that my children actually stay in their seats at dinner long enough for good conversation and connection.…