Less Drama More Mama is the podcast for moms who want to feel calm, in control, and confident about how to handle anything life throws their way. As a Certified Life Coach, LCSW, School Counselor, and blogger, Pam Howard has been helping empower parents for years. In her podcast, she shares personal stories, case studies, and life coaching tools to help you go from feeling frazzled and disrespected to feeling calm and connected. Learn more at LessDramaMoreMama.com.
Secrets to Living to 101 – 121
My grandmother would have been 112 years old today. But she didn’t just exist to be 101 — she really lived and enjoyed life. Whenever I tell people how long she lived, they want to know: “What was her secret?” Tune in to today's episode to hear eight of my grandmother’s “secrets” for longevity revealed. My hope is that we can all learn from her wisdom and live long, prosperous lives, while also modeling healthy habits for our kids. www.lessdramamoremama.com/121
Revitalize Your Relationship with Erin Aquin – 120
My guest today is Master Certified Life Coach Erin Aquin, author of the new book, Revitalize Your Relationship. Erin works with clients to help them fall back in love with their partners, realize their own self-worth, and improve their relationships in every way. Tune in to hear all about how Erin got into life coaching, some of the main issues couples bring to her, and helpful tips to get on the same page as your spouse, work as a team, and become a Relationship CEO. www.lessdramamoremama.com/120
2020 Blessings and Gratitude Guilt – 119
Thanksgiving is almost here in the U.S., and for many it can feel hard to be in the holiday spirit when 2020 has been filled with so much pain and suffering. If you’re finding it difficult to feel gratitude this year, this episode is for you. Join me as I talk about gratitude, guilt, and 2020 blessings. www.lessdramamoremama.com/119
3 Things to Avoid Saying to Your Kids – 118
You (hopefully) already know that you should avoid saying things to your kids like, "You're so stupid," "You're so fat," or "You should be more like your brother or sister." You may have also heard the advice to avoid giving empty praise such as, "Good job!" and "You're so smart!" In today's episode, I share three things to avoid saying to your kids that are much less obvious, though moms say them all the time. When you can learn to stop saying these three things, you’ll feel so much better about how you show up as a mom and your kids will feel better, too. www.lessdramamoremama.com/118
The Worst That Can Happen – 117
Do you worry yourself sick imagining the worst thing that can happen to you or your kids? Tune in to hear me talk about the worst that can happen (it's not what you think it is) and how best to handle it. You won't want to miss this game-changing episode! www.lessdramamoremama.com/117
Preparing Kids Without Scaring Kids – 116
Life is full of challenges. As moms, we want to equip our kids with the self-confidence and courage to be able to handle those challenges without scaring them in the process. But how do we do that? Join me in this episode where I share my thoughts on the matter and offer some practical tips. www.lessdramamoremama.com/116
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Pam’s wisdom and approach is so simple and SO profound. These episodes are such easy, quick listens but they stick with me. They are life changing, really! My husband loves them, too!
Eye-opening insights & strategies
I’ve benefitted so much from Pam’s wisdom & wait eagerly each week to learn great strategies & practical info on parenting - & navigating life in general - with less drama.
If only I had this info available to me years ago when beginning adult life & navigating parenthood! However, better late than never ;)
Pam shares her messages in an engaging, concise, nonjudgemental & relatable manner.
I’ve also had the pleasure of receiving her insights - one on one - during a free mini-session with her. She’s a fabulous coach!
I just listened to a few of Pam’s podcasts. I love her healing voice and helpful strategies. Her upbeat attitude and information makes listening to her addictive- in a good way!