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What kind of hijinks did you get up to as a kid? Did you climb trees? Did you run around outside barefoot? Did you eat raw cookie dough?
Maybe you wanted to do these and other crazy things, but you weren't allowed…
Let me ask you this: what if your children wanted to? Would you let them?
If you hesitate there, well, you're in the right place. The We Turned Out Okay podcast is where we learn the hows and whys of hovering less and enjoying our young children more. You get to learn from host Karen Lock Kolp's mistakes, but especially from the successes of her guests. Each helpful, lively conversation illustrates why this show really is "The Modern Parent's Guide to Old-School Parenting."

The We Turned Out Okay Podcast Worry less and enjoy more in your parenting! Karen Lock Kolp shares practic

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What kind of hijinks did you get up to as a kid? Did you climb trees? Did you run around outside barefoot? Did you eat raw cookie dough?
Maybe you wanted to do these and other crazy things, but you weren't allowed…
Let me ask you this: what if your children wanted to? Would you let them?
If you hesitate there, well, you're in the right place. The We Turned Out Okay podcast is where we learn the hows and whys of hovering less and enjoying our young children more. You get to learn from host Karen Lock Kolp's mistakes, but especially from the successes of her guests. Each helpful, lively conversation illustrates why this show really is "The Modern Parent's Guide to Old-School Parenting."

    Drugging boys, and self-worth – first-ever Parenting News Roundup | Podcast Episode 315

    Drugging boys, and self-worth – first-ever Parenting News Roundup | Podcast Episode 315

    FYI: If you need support keeping your sanity while raising kiddos, try out my private coaching community (called the Ninja Parenting Community)! You can spend your whole first month in the community for just $1 -  but only when you join by Friday 1/31. Click here for details!)
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    Welcome to our first ever Parenting News Roundup!
    Over the month of January a theme has developed around here, with the interview and podcast episodes all relating to the idea of self worth.
    This month I wanted to focus on parenting news that also had to do with us parents, feeling worthy and in tune with ourselves.
    So, what does that have to do with boys, and medication for ADHD? You'll have to listen to find out : )
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/315 for links to everything I talk about today, including the articles featured in today's Parenting News!
    I'm teaching a Free Online Parenting Class on successful potty training this coming Thursday, January 30! Go to weturnedoutokay.com/successful for details and to register.
    Ideas and Tools that Matter as You Raise Your Kids Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    I've written newsletters on everything from remaining calm when they are throwing dirt at each other, to handling hangry meltdowns and what that has to do with our own self-worth.
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!

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    Boundaries with Grandparents | Podcast Episode 314

    Boundaries with Grandparents | Podcast Episode 314

    "My dad and stepmom are, simply put, selfish and controlling. They guilt me about not seeing my son more often, and usually want us to drive an hour out to their very not-kid-friendly house. How do I find a line of how often to see/talk to them that works for me and my kid?"
    So writes one of our most beloved ninja parents, known in the Ninja Parenting Community forums as Mama Llama.
    Maybe her feelings are familiar to you?
    In this episode, I outline 5 ways for you to get control of your relationship with your folks (or your in-laws) – on your terms.
    Join us!
    Cheat sheet of the five ways, plus key links and other good stuff, are located at: weturnedoutokay.com/314
    PS This subject is covered far more deeply in the community that I run, NPC.
    During January 2020 you can spend your whole first month in the community for just $1! Click here for details.)
    Parenting News that Matters as You Raise Your Kids Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    I've written newsletters on everything from remaining calm when they are throwing dirt at each other, to last week's, on handling hangry meltdowns and what that has to do with our own self-worth.
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!

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    The challenges of feeling worthy while raising little kids | Podcast Episode 313

    The challenges of feeling worthy while raising little kids | Podcast Episode 313

    My wellness coach is here for YOU today!
    "Linda," who's going incognito for our conversation, shares about so much:
    – Her own wellness journey
    – What it was like for her to raise a child with special needs
    – How to get what you want out of life
    Hope you enjoy this conversation and find it helpful!
    Here is the link to the show notes for this episode : )
    PS One place where you can get help with your own challenges while raising little kids is the online community that I run, NPC.
    During January 2020 you can spend your whole first month in the community for just $1! Click here for details.)
    Sign up for my Weekly Parenting Newsletter Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    I've written newsletters on everything from remaining calm when they are throwing dirt at each other, to what to do when you feel like a failure.
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!
    Key Links Click here for the VIA Character Institute website. Linda and I have used their Character Strength Tool and talk about it in today's conversation.
    Click here for the We Turned Out Okay Facebook group.

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    How to get what you want out of life | Podcast Episode 312

    How to get what you want out of life | Podcast Episode 312

    Happy New Year!! In 2019 I had two goals:
    1. To fit into my ski pants
    2. To be in control of my food intake
    If my ski pants fit, that meant I could go skiing and spend wonderful, exhilarating time with loved ones!
    And if I could be in control of my food intake, that meant I wouldn't inadvertently hijack other goals that I had about health and weight loss.
    Today I share about how I met those goals, through a 5-step process that I hope will be helpful as you work to achieve your goals!
    Links and other stuff I share in this episode are located at weturnedoutokay.com/312
    Join us!
    Sign up for my Weekly Parenting Newsletter Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    We're doing a series right now on what to do when you feel like a failure, and who among us hasn't felt like that at some point?
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!

    Cheat sheet of the 5 steps to get what you want out of life: 1. Declare yourself worthy.
    This is a tough one! I do it with something that I call "mirror chats."
    2. Decide what you want.
    This one feels deceptively easy, but sometimes it can take a while to figure out what we actually want.
    3. Decide where you want to be with that goal… By a certain date.
    4. Take one small step most days, or weeks.
    5. Assess how it's going once a week.
    Also, as part of this, find something to celebrate each week.
    My One Word is: ENOUGH
    this was such a tough one, I had to choose between two words and the people in my email newsgroup were so helpful as I made my choice! If that was you, thank you so much!

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    Controlling behavior, consequences, and connection with your young child | Podcast Episode 311

    Controlling behavior, consequences, and connection with your young child | Podcast Episode 311

    Continuing in this end-of-year "big idea" line of thinking, one of our beloved Ninja Parenting Community members recently asked a huge, and great question:
    "How can I relax and enjoy our relationship more and not feel like I'm always on the edge of discipline mode or like I should have handled things differently [with my 3-year-old]?"
    Effectively she's asking: do I have to control my young child's behavior all the time, or is there anything else besides that?
    Today's episode is my response.
    Video, the notes I posted in NPC, and links to everything we talk about are located at weturnedoutokay.com/311
    Join us!
    Sign up for my Weekly Parenting Newsletter Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    We're doing a series right now on what to do when you feel like a failure, and who among us hasn't felt like that at some point?
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!

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    When your little asks HUGE questions | Podcast Episode 310

    When your little asks HUGE questions | Podcast Episode 310

    "He asked me tonight who God was…"
    When Ninja Parenting Community member Mama Llama shared about this conversation with her three-year-old, I knew you were going to want to hear about it too.
    This is a short-and-sweet episode (and it's topsy-turvy, with the other stuff coming after the main part of the show, rather than before.)
    But don't be fooled by its brevity. We talk about something big! So big, maybe it can only be glimpsed at by us. I am excited to share, somewhat different, episode with you.
    Plus in Parenting News:
    I read from a recent Miss Conduct column on in-laws, and parents, and boundaries – and how you can feel good about yours.
    (Ninja parents: click here for the live, members-only call which comes up in today's Parenting News! If you're not yet a member, but you would like to become one, click here.)
    PS If this is a holiday celebration time of year for you, I hope it's wonderful!
    Join us!
    Sign up for my Weekly Parenting Newsletter Each Wednesday I send out a Parenting Newsletter, to help you stay sane while raising your kiddos.
    We're doing a series right now on what to do when you feel like a failure, and who among us hasn't felt like that at some point?
    Useful stuff.
    Click weturnedoutokay.com/weekly so it zooms right into your inbox each week!
    Today's episode is sponsored by the amazing Janine Halloran, expert in teaching kids coping skills, who has created a great resource to help your child handle it when the going gets tough!
    Listen to today's show to find out how to get 15% off your order, and then
    Click copingskillsforkids.com/okay to check out Janine's Coping Skills for Kids Cue Card Decks.
    Link to this post: weturnedoutokay.com/310

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Tina Oliver

Fantastic Podcast for clueless parents

We know those who care for our little ones are professionals who received trainings. But as parents there are no courses that teach us how to support our little one at home.

As a full time working parent to twin toddler boys, my husband and I constantly feel like we wished someone had told most of the things this podcast shares!!!

Kudos for starting this and giving us parents from around the world access to much needed knowledge on how to raise healthy, smart and balanced little humans.

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