If you're riddled with mom guilt, your temper scares you, you're terrified you're screwing up your kids and are afraid to admit any of those things out loud....this podcast is for you. Hosted by Danielle Bettmann, parent coach with Wholeheartedly, each episode is a storytelling interview about one mom's raw and honest experience of growth that leads to new perspectives and practical strategies. Each week we will normalize the struggle, share vulnerably about our insecurities, and rally around small wins and truths. We hope to convince you you're not alone and YOU are the mom your kids need. Interviews with experts that have brilliant insight to share will be sprinkled among interviews with moms just like you. We hope you see yourself, hear your story, and find hope and healing. Welcome to Failing Motherhood. You belong here!
Survive your Strong-Willed Child
Positive parenting coach & host, Danielle, shares crucial insight and approaches needed to survive raising your strong-willed child.
Talking about Hard Things with Sara Olsher
Sara Olsher joins us to share her story of divorce, cancer diagnosis, and creating a tools and resources to help families help their kids manage really hard things.
Battling Perfectionism + Cultivating Intuition with Brittany Bergman
Author Brittany Bergman speaks to her journey of becoming a mom, finding her intuition, and wrestling with perfectionism.
Your POWER as a Parent
Host, Danielle Bettmann, shares important research defining the influence of the parent-child relationship on a child's social/emotional development that every parent needs to know!
Military Mom with Claudia
Claudia of Parenting in Uniform, joins us to share how she's been raising a toddler as a single mom, active duty stationed overseas in Germany during COVID lockdown.
Patience: It's a ME problem
Solo episode breaking down what we can control when it comes to extending our patience.
Great for solidarity, wisdom and humour
I’ve really enjoyed listening to Failing Motherhood. There are some guests which I appear to have nothing in common with on the surface, but after listening to Danielle‘s interview with them I can find solidarity and certainly inspiration from the messages. I find Danielle to be an empathetic and experienced listener, probing at the right moments for further information but also providing encouraging feedback to the guest she has on. It’s great to find this connection with moms for a variety of circumstances.
Great subject and topics
This podcast hits right at the heart of motherhood. So glad I discovered this podcast