One thing about being a parent – there’s no shortage of personalities to be surrounded by. Our kids, our partners, our family, our friends. They keep us laughing, growing, loving, and crying. If only they understood us. Like the musician Van Morrison once sang “When people understand what I mean, mama said there will be days like this.” Adelaide Australia’s Kate Mason is an author, wife, and mother who has spent her career studying personality and relationships. In this podcast she looks at why relationships work, and why some don't. She also looks at how our personalities impact our relationships and examines what compels our children, husbands, wives and others to behave the way they do. This podcast is designed to help you understand those you love. A half hour listening on your own, will connect you with the ones you care about the most.
The Gift of Failure for Both Parents and Kids
It's important to let our kids fail from time to time. It teaches them how to cope
Planning Playtime for Kids
In this episode Kate and Amy Nielson of Planning Playtime talk about play. Amy shares her unique upbringing in a family of 12 children, where she was homeschooled and often had to teach herself. She talks about her work in creating resources for parents and teachers to make learning fun for young children. Amy emphasizes the importance of both structured and free play, and how her programs aim to prepare children for school while also fostering communication and relationship building. And she has a new certification program to train more teachers and parents to become elite reading coaches.
Understanding the INTJ on the MBTI
Understanding the INTJ personality on the Myers Briggs Type Indicator
The Popular Sanguine Personality in the Workplace
A close examination of the Sanguine personality in the workplace. The enthusiasm, the exuberance and positive attitude, the disorganized approach...
Dr Victoria Waller on ADHD and Learning Strengths
To help children cope with ADHD Dr Victoria Waller says parents need to take action and not be afraid of medication.
The Challenges and Realities of First-Time Parenthood
In this episode Kate and guest Rob Mason discuss the importance of open communication and support between partners during the transition to parenthood, the pressure of trying to be the "perfect" parent, and the importance of understanding your partner's needs and love language. They also touch on the challenges of balancing work and parenting, and the value of having a supportive network of other parents to share experiences with.
ADHD and Learning Strengths Dr. Victoria Waller
I just loved being on the podcast with Kate. Her questions and insights into my book and work were amazing and we probably could have talked for hours more!
I look forward to doing more with her. I think I’ll have to hop on a plane from Los Angeles. Very funny!
She is fabulous!
Thank you so much for this wonderful podcast and I’m ready anytime to do more.
Kate Gets It!
I had such a wonderful time chatting with Kate on this podcast. As a mom, Kate really gets it, and she asks such relatable questions that bring so much value to her audience. She’s so easy to chat with and so easy to listen to. If your struggling with sensory challenges at the table, but sure to check out the episode: A Mothers Guide to Expanding a Child’s Food Choices! 💗
Kate’s podcast always delivers!
Kate is an insightful host who offers effective strategies that can be implemented immediately to positively impact your life