55 min

#219: Try Softer with Aundi Kolber Mom Struggling Well

    • Parenting

What should you do when you feel yourself losing your cool? How do you know if you’ve experienced trauma? My guest this week is as wise as the day is long and gives us practical tips to help us stay in the moment, honor the pace of our healing, and work our patience like a muscle. We are talking: trauma, shame and the price we pay living in a society that values overachieving. If you don’t already know Aundi, please change that now!
Aundi Kolber is a licensed professional counselor (MA, LPC), an author, and a speaker living in Castle Rock, Colorado. She has received additional training in her specialization of trauma- and body-centered therapies and is passionate about the integration of faith and psychology. She has written for Relevant, CT Women, and (in)courage. As a survivor of trauma, Aundi brings hard-won knowledge about the work of change, the power of redemption, and the beauty of experiencing God in our pain. Aundi is happily married to her best friend, Brendan, and is the proud mom of Matia and Jude.
WHAT WE CHAT ABOUT: recognizing trauma and its effects on the body
the trauma spectrum
how to notice and interpret to what our bodies are telling us
the window of tolerance
the power of experiencing and working through pain
grounding yourself in the present while addressing the past
reparenting yourself
LINKS MENTIONED: Try Softer: A Fresh Approach to Move Us out of Anxiety, Stress, and Survival Mode--and into a Life of Connection and Joy
CONNECT WITH AUNDI: website | instagram | facebook | twitter
CONNECT WITH EMILY: website | instagram | facebook | patreon
EPISODE SPONSORS: Stitch Fix Kids: visit stitchfix.com/kids/swp and get an extra 25% off when you keep everything in your box PLUS use promo code SWP at checkout to waive your $20 styling fee
Prep Dish: get 2 weeks free when you visit prepdish.com/msw
SUPPORT THE SHOW: Patreon 
SHARE THE STRUGGLE! If you've been encouraged, share this episode with a friend.  The struggle is real.  We might as well do this together! Do you love Mom Struggling Well? Please leave a review here!

What should you do when you feel yourself losing your cool? How do you know if you’ve experienced trauma? My guest this week is as wise as the day is long and gives us practical tips to help us stay in the moment, honor the pace of our healing, and work our patience like a muscle. We are talking: trauma, shame and the price we pay living in a society that values overachieving. If you don’t already know Aundi, please change that now!
Aundi Kolber is a licensed professional counselor (MA, LPC), an author, and a speaker living in Castle Rock, Colorado. She has received additional training in her specialization of trauma- and body-centered therapies and is passionate about the integration of faith and psychology. She has written for Relevant, CT Women, and (in)courage. As a survivor of trauma, Aundi brings hard-won knowledge about the work of change, the power of redemption, and the beauty of experiencing God in our pain. Aundi is happily married to her best friend, Brendan, and is the proud mom of Matia and Jude.
WHAT WE CHAT ABOUT: recognizing trauma and its effects on the body
the trauma spectrum
how to notice and interpret to what our bodies are telling us
the window of tolerance
the power of experiencing and working through pain
grounding yourself in the present while addressing the past
reparenting yourself
LINKS MENTIONED: Try Softer: A Fresh Approach to Move Us out of Anxiety, Stress, and Survival Mode--and into a Life of Connection and Joy
CONNECT WITH AUNDI: website | instagram | facebook | twitter
CONNECT WITH EMILY: website | instagram | facebook | patreon
EPISODE SPONSORS: Stitch Fix Kids: visit stitchfix.com/kids/swp and get an extra 25% off when you keep everything in your box PLUS use promo code SWP at checkout to waive your $20 styling fee
Prep Dish: get 2 weeks free when you visit prepdish.com/msw
SUPPORT THE SHOW: Patreon 
SHARE THE STRUGGLE! If you've been encouraged, share this episode with a friend.  The struggle is real.  We might as well do this together! Do you love Mom Struggling Well? Please leave a review here!

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