In this episode, your girl Jess gets personal as she welcomes back resident trauma and childhood wound expert Ludmila Woodruff. Always urging radical self-responsibility, Ludmilla explores how our pain, trauma, broken relationships, and the things we must constantly heal through affect us as parents. From pouring into yourself first to recognizing parenting as a relationship to embodying what you teach, tune in as Jess and Ludmilla share their own parenting challenges and why we must connect to ourselves and our needs in order to truly connect to our children and give them the best of ourselves.
- Is the concept of parenting about the child or the parent?
- How to balance pouring into your own cup and pouring into your child’s
- What it means to become conscious in moments of unconscious triggers
- Why parenting is a relationship, not something that we do
- Should we hide our “negative” emotions from our children?
“Kids teach us more than we teach them because they teach you all about the places within you that still need your attention. You want to connect to your child? Well, how do you connect to yourself?”
“Parenting is a process of us becoming more conscious of what we really need to pay attention to within ourselves, so we then can show up for our kids the way they want us and need us.”
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