200 episodes

Dr. Marti Erickson, developmental psychologist and her daughter Dr. Erin Erickson, women’s health nurse practitioner and specialist in maternal-child health, are co-hosts of Mom Enough®. They explore the many facets of motherhood in today’s world – from confronting the daily joys and struggles of helping kids grow up well, to balancing work and family, to considering the big questions of how society views and values mothers and mothering. Marti & Erin use research-based information and a few personal confessions as they and their guests discuss what it means to be "mom enough."



As moms, most of us worry at times about whether we're doing things right, second-guessing our parenting approach and blaming ourselves if our children stray or fall short. We worry that we might not be "mom enough". But what does it really mean to be "mom enough"? And is it possible to be "mom too much," to the extent that our kids might not have a chance to build their own skills to navigate life's ups and downs?



A new, free audio show is posted every Monday with expert guests who address topics related to children’s heath, development and learning. Listen to Mom Enough at www.MomEnough.com. Informational sheets on parenting, health & wellness, child development and safety are available under Resources on our web site.

Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions! mother-daughter co-hosts Dr. Marti Erickson & Dr. Erin Erickson

    • 4.3, 35 Ratings

Dr. Marti Erickson, developmental psychologist and her daughter Dr. Erin Erickson, women’s health nurse practitioner and specialist in maternal-child health, are co-hosts of Mom Enough®. They explore the many facets of motherhood in today’s world – from confronting the daily joys and struggles of helping kids grow up well, to balancing work and family, to considering the big questions of how society views and values mothers and mothering. Marti & Erin use research-based information and a few personal confessions as they and their guests discuss what it means to be "mom enough."



As moms, most of us worry at times about whether we're doing things right, second-guessing our parenting approach and blaming ourselves if our children stray or fall short. We worry that we might not be "mom enough". But what does it really mean to be "mom enough"? And is it possible to be "mom too much," to the extent that our kids might not have a chance to build their own skills to navigate life's ups and downs?



A new, free audio show is posted every Monday with expert guests who address topics related to children’s heath, development and learning. Listen to Mom Enough at www.MomEnough.com. Informational sheets on parenting, health & wellness, child development and safety are available under Resources on our web site.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

EstefaniaJ ,

Love it!

I love this podcast. It is very interesting and helps me to how to approach some of the issues I need help with. However, I would love to share one of them with my dad. However, he doesn’t have an apple device so he can’t listen to it. If I knew a way to share it with him it would be AMAZING.

Unknown21212121 ,

Really like it

I really enjoy this podcast. The only thing it feels like the hosts talk too much about themselves and How great they are.

But I really enjoy the speakers and the topics they choose.

Kate73222 ,

Mostly useful

The information cover broad aspects and are useful. Could improve the sound quality when having guest speakers calling in. I personal also think the host could down the amen frequency and replace with more neutral phrases.

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