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Joyful Courage - A Conscious Parenting Podcast

Joyful Courage is a Conscious Parenting Podcast. Be inspired, entertained and educated as we navigate the challenges and celebrations of choosing to be a conscious parent. Interviews and solo shows will provide listeners with tools, strategies and inspiration that can be directly applied to their parenting journey.
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Now displaying: December, 2022
Dec 26, 2022

Join Casey for the final show of 2022!  Casey’s solo this episode, recapping and reflecting on the year and welcoming 2023.  She revisits her 2022 vision board and some of her favorite episodes & guests from the year.  Casey ends the show by leading an end-of-year manifestation ritual. 

Takeaways from the show:

  • Themes & challenges during the holiday season 
  • Releasing 2022 & welcoming 2023 
  • Favorite Joyful Courage episodes this year 
  • Make a list of the things you did this year 
  • Letting go of & releasing the things you’re done with

For complete transcripts and complete show info, visit our website here

 

Dec 19, 2022

My guest today is Ivy Kwong. 

 

Ivy shares about her journey to become a psychotherapist and how she’s healing her relationship and connecting with her parents.  Ivy talks about increasing your capacity for discomfort and staying regulated during conversations.  Casey and Ivy dig into genetic & experiential intergenerational trauma and how to start healing by expanding your awareness and reparenting yourself.  They talk about knowing your inner-selves at different ages and what brings them out.  Casey asks what clues we can look for that we have trauma to heal and if we need apologies from parents to move forward.  Ivy explains setting boundaries with our parents.  Casey and Ivy wrap up by talking about finding compassion for ourselves on our journey.

 

Key takeaways from the podcast:

  • Creating safe spaces for conversations 
  • Increasing your capacity for discomfort 
  • Healing intergenerational trauma 
  • Reparenting ourselves 
  • Knowing your inner-selves at different ages 
  • Clues that you have trauma to heal 
  • The desire to change our parents 
  • Setting boundaries with our parents 
  • Finding compassion for ourselves

For more details including complete transcripts visit our website here

Dec 15, 2022

Happy to have this episode to lean back on as we find ourselves in yet another holiday season! Ericka came on last year and talk to me about expectations, flexibility, and communication with our teens during this somewhat-stressful-but-we-want-everyone-to-be-happy time of year. 

The struggle is real, right!?

Ericka provides thoughtful ideas around tradition, gratitude and prioritizing OUR happiness during this season.

You can find the full show notes for this episode by going to: https://www.besproutable.com/podcasts/eps-302-creating-tradition-and-connection-with-ericka-souter/ 

Dec 12, 2022

My guest today is Elise Knox.

Casey and Elise share thoughts and advice on taking care of ourselves while connecting with our teens.  How do we keep it together during the turbulent teenage years?  Elise shares how she stays grounded, then Casey and Elise explore what a parent’s role is during the teen years & how parents can define and get their needs met.  They discuss how to show up helpfully, not hurtfully, in the most challenging moments, how to build relationship before the teen years, and how to show up when your teen isn’t feeling connected to you.  Elise touches on how we can have empathy and compassion for teenage troubles without projecting our experiences as adolescents.  Casey and Elise close by talking about what teens want & need from their parents.

 

Takeaways from the show

  • Keeping it together during the turbulent teen years
  • Staying grounded & calm while holding boundaries 
  • Controlling your nervous system 
  • A parent’s role & needs during the teen years 
  • How to show up in challenging moments to be helpful and not hurtful 
  • Phases, behaviors, and challenges won’t last forever 
  • Showing up for your teen when they aren’t feeling connected with you 
  • Building relationship before the teen years 
  • Having compassion for teen troubles without projecting 
  • What teens want & need from us

For more podcast details including transcription, visit our website

Dec 5, 2022

Today's guests are Jean Chatzky and Kathryn Tuggle. Casey, Jean and Kathryn discuss their new book, "How to Money".

 

 

Key takeaways from the show:

  • How do young people learn financial literacy like short-term spending and long-term planning? 
  • What are families missing when they teach their children about money? 
  • Tracking spending, budgeting, & apps 
  • What resources can parents use to educate themselves to better educate their kids about finances? 
  • When to start teaching kids/teens about money 
  • Teens working & earning their own money 
  • Why or why not connect allowance/payment to chores 
  • How to help your teen set-up an IRA  
  • Tips for teens regarding choosing majors & schools, student loans, and first jobs

 

Find more details about the show on our website. 

 

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