PG-ish

Updated: 20 Feb 2024 • 301 episodes
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PG-ish Parenting is personal development for parents. It empowers moms and dads to evolve their parenting experience from one of overwhelm and frustration to growth and success. Since kiddos learn so much from the adults around them, PG-ish is parental guidance-ish, designed to help parents create a life worthy of emulation. pgishparenting.com

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We talk a lot about navigating our emotions in our personal (and parenting) lives, but what about in our professional lives? So often people suppress their emotions at work, only to come home and take it out on their family.  In today’s clip, author Mollie West Duffy explains why she believes we should be showing up au

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After more than a decade of strategic business consulting, Lindsay Rae Hancock realized her innate passion was empowering individuals to achieve the same level of internal success as her Fortune 500 clients. She helps others develop a personal strategy to define what success means to them and take tangible steps to get

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If you’re like me and find the mind-body connection fascinating, this episode is for you. Today’s clip features Dr. Gabor Mate, a physician, speaker, and author specializing in childhood development, trauma, and the potential life-long impacts of both physical and mental well-being.  His talk explores stress, disease,

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Cindy Muchnick, author and mother of four (almost) grown children, brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to her parenting guidebook, The Parent Compass. She is not only an expert in the college admission process, but also a former private academic counselor for high school students. She now passionately shares he

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Holidays can be a mixed bag of emotions, and it’s important to be real about that. You may have had a great time, but you also may have faced grief, loneliness, broken expectations, and exhaustion. While the new year often brings resolutions and hope for change, we also need to support each other in the deeper struggle

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Erin Holland & Caroline Leaf 19 Dec 2023 • EN

How to clean up your mental mess, an interview with Dr. Caroline Leaf

Dr. Caroline Leaf is a best-selling author, renowned neuroscientist, and host of the award-winning podcast Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess. She joins me today to discuss scientifically proven steps to help kids (and adults, of course) recognize their feelings and respond in a healthy way. She explains how to replace toxic

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