24 集

The Art of Parenting provides parents and caregivers support and encouragement as we nurture and guide the next generation.

Do you struggle with your child’s demanding or frustrating behaviors? Do you find yourself spread way too thin trying to figure out this whole “parenting puzzle” (such as tantrums, hitting or biting, wanting a better relationship with your child, sibling rivalry, potty training, co-sleeping, etc.)?

The Art of Parenting podcast, with your host Jeanne-Marie Paynel, is intended to help you decipher children's needs and learn how to better provide for them. I’ll be sharing simple tips and tricks that will make a huge difference in your home while giving you the support and encouragement you deserve to enhance and enrich your parenting experience.

Each week I’ll be helping you find clarity and solutions to your toughest parenting problems through Q&A sessions and inspirational conversations with world-renowned experts in a variety of fields. Topics range from Montessori and RIE parenting methods to positive discipline, respectful and conscious parenting, minimalism and more!

Parenting was never meant to be done alone and The Art of Parenting is here to debunk the general consensus that it has to be hard.

The Art of Parenting Jeanne-Marie Paynel, M. Ed.

    • 育兒

The Art of Parenting provides parents and caregivers support and encouragement as we nurture and guide the next generation.

Do you struggle with your child’s demanding or frustrating behaviors? Do you find yourself spread way too thin trying to figure out this whole “parenting puzzle” (such as tantrums, hitting or biting, wanting a better relationship with your child, sibling rivalry, potty training, co-sleeping, etc.)?

The Art of Parenting podcast, with your host Jeanne-Marie Paynel, is intended to help you decipher children's needs and learn how to better provide for them. I’ll be sharing simple tips and tricks that will make a huge difference in your home while giving you the support and encouragement you deserve to enhance and enrich your parenting experience.

Each week I’ll be helping you find clarity and solutions to your toughest parenting problems through Q&A sessions and inspirational conversations with world-renowned experts in a variety of fields. Topics range from Montessori and RIE parenting methods to positive discipline, respectful and conscious parenting, minimalism and more!

Parenting was never meant to be done alone and The Art of Parenting is here to debunk the general consensus that it has to be hard.

    24: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids. With Carla Naumburg, Ph.D.

    24: How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t With Your Kids. With Carla Naumburg, Ph.D.

    Are you tired of losing your sh*t with your child? Listen in to find why it’s not your fault and what you can do about it. 
    What we talked about: Responding to our children Why we lose our temper Why our brain either fights, flight, freezes or freaks out Self-care and boundaries Building a strong support network From housewives to SAHM Her personal journey overcoming Postpartum Anxiety Things to Remember “Take your own needs more seriously.” - Carla Naumburg, PhD
    “Stop holding yourself to unreasonable parenting expectations.” - Carla Naumburg, PhD
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor.
     

    • 32 分鐘
    23 Orgasmic birth. With Debra Pascali-Bonaro

    23 Orgasmic birth. With Debra Pascali-Bonaro

    Are you wanting a pleasurable birthing experience?  Listen in to find out what is possible. 
    In honor of a 2-day doula training, I just completed I’m sharing a wonderful conversation I had with Debra a few years back, she has been an inspiration to so many including me.
    What we talked about: The first steps to choosing how you want to birth Following our inner wisdom when it comes to how we want to birth our babies Changing the language around ‘pain of  contractions’ How to find the right birthing environment for you Having the option to move during birth Choosing your supporting team that honors and respects your needs Interviewing caregivers and shopping around for your options Things to Remember “Don’t let anybody put you down in birth” - Debra Pascali Bonaro
    “Birth is not just another day” - Debra Pascali Bonaro
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor.

    • 33 分鐘
    22 The answer is within you. With Jeanne-Marie Paynel

    22 The answer is within you. With Jeanne-Marie Paynel

    It’s important to take stock in your accomplishments and the lesson learned.  Listen in to find what mine were.
    In this episode, I wanted to spend some alone time with you and share a few things… Solo Sunday is dedicated to wishing you a happy new year, reviewing the decade and sharing what to expect in the coming months. 
    What we talked about: The decade in review, what I’m proud of and what I’ve learned along the way. My word for the year: Aligned What I’m most excited about; being a volunteer doula.  Things to Remember “ So many of our answers are within us”  - Jeanne-Marie Paynel 
    “As a parent, that gut feeling is very wise.”   - Jeanne-Marie Paynel
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor.
     

    • 24 分鐘
    21: Love and responsibility. With Dr. Jane Nelsen

    21: Love and responsibility. With Dr. Jane Nelsen

    Are you wanting to better understand how to be firm and kind at the same time? Listen in to find your answers to respectfully having everyone’s needs met.
    It was a true pleasure to converse with Jane. We connected during her short passage home between two trips as she spends much of her time on the road sharing her four decades of developing Positive Discipline tools.  
    What we talked about: Significance and belonging. Love and responsibility.  Firm and kind. Being firm is not being mean it simply means to respect your child’s capabilities. The paradigm shift to give up both permissiveness or punishment. The difference between praise and encouragement.  The importance of making mistakes. Things to Remember "It’s unloving to let children miss-out on developing responsibility." - Dr. Jane Nelsen
    "Teaching a child to say sorry is like teaching a child to lie." - Dr. Jane Nelsen
    "Mistakes are wonderful opportunities to learn." - Dr. Jane Nelsen
    "Praise teaches us to depend on others. encouragement teaches us to self-evaluate." - Dr. Jane Nelsen
    "When we come from our heart that’s when we do what feels good and do what is most encouraging to our children." - Dr. Jane Nelsen
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor.

    • 39 分鐘
    20: Finding respectful care for your child. With Lara Ritson 

    20: Finding respectful care for your child. With Lara Ritson 

    If hiring a professional nanny is one of your New Year resolutions, listen in to learn the questions to ask and the signs to look for. 
    It was a delight speaking with Lara Ritson and discover the work she does helping both parents and caregivers find the perfect match. 
    What we talked about:
    Her journey of working alongside parents and caregivers.  What she discovered joining several nanny agencies and why she created Peaceful Learning. What to look for in nanny agencies. The questions to ask and signs to look for when hiring a nanny. The mindset needed to welcome another adult in your home that will care for your child and creating the best relationship with your professional nanny. Things to Remember:
    “What infants really need is a relationship of trust and respect. -Lara Ritson
    “How carers interact with your child is very important.” -Lara Ritson
    “You are enough for your child. You are enough!.” -Lara Ritson
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor

    • 34 分鐘
    19: Trust childhood. With Ted Conway

    19: Trust childhood. With Ted Conway

    Are you wondering what all the hype around Montessori at home is?  Or do you worry you're not enough for your child? Listen in to find the answers and support.
    It was a pleasure talking with Ted as she shared about her country life in Northern Ireland raising her two children along with a slew of farm animals. 
    What we talked about: Her experience as a Montessori child from 2 to 10 years of age.  What it means to be an artful parent. What Montessori parenting means to her (it’s not about the shelves). Giving children freedom within limits.  Her self-care rituals and mindful affirmations. How to choose children’s books.  Things to Remember: “You are enough for your child.” - Ted Conway
    “Children appreciate art. They are far more discerning than we give them credit for.” - Ted Conway
    “Treat others like they would like to be treated.”  - Ted Conway
    Click here for Show Notes and more from Jeanne-Marie, Your Parenting Mentor

    • 36 分鐘

關於育兒的熱門 Podcast

聽眾還訂閱了