Posts tagged coaching
S01e17 How to slow time so our life doesn't pass us by

“It’s a new phenomenon for me in my mid-30s, to worry that I’ll wake up one day and wonder where time has gone. Will I feel like I did what I wanted? Lived my life the way that I want? How can we actually make it feel like life is slowing down?”

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S01e16 Designing a family pace of life - or, My fear of Extra-curricular activities

When kids get their own activities, our culture doesn't paint a pretty picture for parents - we become at best cheerleaders, at worst chauffeurs. I'm actually afraid of this development.

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S01E12 Are there decisions in parenting that just don't matter that much?

“Is it the result of too much consumer choice and information overload as the default mode of being that makes us feel every decision has so much weight now?”

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S01E011 How to stop agonizing over decisions that have no right answer

“This can be really demoralizing, if you’re someone who likes research, because no matter how much you do, you’ll never know that you really made the right decision, because you’ll never see a parallel life.”

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S01E09 How to negotiate time for self between partners so it's collaborative, not comparative

The goal is to move from competition/comparison of self-time to connection and collaboration on a life that you both want, together and individually.

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S01E08 How to make prioritizing time for ourselves non-negotiable in our busy lives

Today on The Wayfinders Podcast, we’re tackling the obstacles we face and coming up with some creative solutions and helpful resources that might help us get to the point where time for ourselves is just a GIVEN.

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S01E06 How to escape the Hot Mess Train Wreck

“There’s a lot of fear when you’re becoming a parent that it is an identity takeover, that you’re going to be overwhelmed and you’re not going to be up to the challenge… and the Hot Mess stereotype validates that and says, ‘yep, you’re not going to have your shit together, and you’re going to be kind of a bumbling idiot all the time.’

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