The pandemic is hurting mom's and their roles in the workforce. Many are faced with choosing to stay home with the kids over their careers. This episode we talk about the disproportionate amount of work that often falls on moms during the pandemic, plus the stress that follows. Our hosts and guest also chat about ways moms can get some balance and learn to lean more on their partners.
Sending kids back to school vs keeping them home during the, you know, global pandemic is ~such~ a tough call. And no matter which side you choose, know that you're making the best decision for you. This week we debated the "to send or not to send" topic with Stevie Baker, a distance-learning mom, and Heather Birrell, a teacher.
The goal during a pandemic is survival. It's hard enough to navigate your own feelings of fear and uncertainty, let alone being there for your kids and partner. Relationship coach Barbara Santen weighs in on how to fill both roles while traversing choppy pandemic waters.
It's no surprise that pet adoption is up during the pandemic. With families at home, having a new furry friend in the house sounds ideal. Our hosts chatted with Jen McCain from Dogtopia, a leading international dog daycare and spa franchise, so you don't bite off more than you can chew.
From the moment the second line appears, pregnancy is an overwhelming experience. This week we're talking all about prenatal health. Dr. Hinal Sheth joins us to help address some of the most common pregnancy questions and concerns.
Regression is a normal response to what is happening in the world, it does not mean you are failing as a parent. Our hosts chat with Tania DaSilva on the best way to comfort our kids during these times.