Play

Cathy and Todd share a quote from Gutsy Girl author Caroline Paul about how we can use “micro-bravery” to handle our fear. They discuss why bravery can mean different things to men and women, and why it’s hard to differentiate between fear, excitement, and other strong feelings. They talk about ball players who get the “yips”, the movie Get Out, and explain why The Babadook represents repressed grief and anger.

Other Resources

Cathy’s 3rd book, Living What You Want Your Kids To Learn won the National Indie Excellence Award!  Go here to order your book.COVER.300ppi.rgb


Click the following links to purchase Cathy’s books The Self-Aware Parent Part 1 & and Part 2

IMG_4594


TA_COACH_FOR_GUYS_BLK-BACK


TheTribe-FearExperiment_c1

 

Bring It Home Foundations Course- This 6 part course will help you…
Parent from more love and less from fear
Use simple tools to drastically reduce drama in your family
Integrate straight-forward and practical mindfulness techniques into your busy life
Be the parent you truly want to be

Bringit home.me and click on courses and enter “zen10” for a discount.


 

logo tree of life

Tree of Life Chiropractic Care have some interesting workshops planned.

If you shop Amazon by going through our website first (there is an amazon link on the bottom right hand of our home page), a portion of your sale will help fund future Zen Parenting programming.


Avid Logo

Painting or remodeling?  Don’t forget about our parnter Avid Co.