Parenting is hard enough on a good day. But when you’re facing a huge change, whether it be divorce, moving, a health crisis, or even a pandemic, it can be downright overwhelming. My name is Sara Olsher, and I’m the founder of Mighty + Bright, where I help your kids cope with the uncertainty that comes from major changes. Together, we can help you AND your kids take this hard time and turn it into resilience that you can use for the rest of your lives. Join me for a quick and easy 5 to 10 minute episodes that will leave you 100% positive that you got this.￼
Episode 27: Surviving a Long Period of SUCK
Whether it's a pandemic, cancer treatment, or a divorce, surviving a long period of suck is HARD. I am here to tell you that it's OKAY if it's hard, and it's okay if you're not learning the lessons you need to right away.
Show Notes: https://mightyandbright.com/blogs/raising-resilience-podcast/episode-27-surviving-a-long-period-of-suck
Episode 26: Why Mani-pedis and Glasses of Wine are not Self Care
Self-care is a buzzword that brings to mind visions of mani-pedis, bubble baths, and a glass of wine. But TRUE self-care is about creating a life you don't need to escape from.
Show notes: https://mightyandbright.com/blogs/raising-resilience-podcast/episode-26-why-mani-pedis-and-glasses-of-wine-are-not-self-care
Episode 25: Creating a Sanctuary
Whether it's an office, a bathroom, or a closet, we all need a place where we can go to calm the eff down.
Show Notes: https://mightyandbright.com/blogs/raising-resilience-podcast/episode-25-creating-a-sanctuary
Episode 24: Starting the New Year with a New Perspective
How do we want to begin 2021? What do we do when the clock doesn't start fresh at 12am on January 1st, there's still a pandemic raging, and not too much has changed?
Episode 23: Patience with the Process
It's really hard to wait patiently for hard stuff to be over. Often, the process SUCKS. Here's why it's so important.
Episode 22: Insights About Body Image from a Flat-Chested Cancer Survivor
Losing my breasts to cancer and choosing to rock my flat chest and scars has given me a different perspective on my body and what it means to be authentically oneself. Here's the insight it's given me and why I decided not only to remove my breast reconstruction, but also stop wearing prosthetics.