Anne talks with Bill Adams, host of The Cool Dad Rules, about the benefits of having Thanksgiving all year round.
Anne on the Stuph File
Anne talks about the effects of our childhood on our adulthood, and how we can heal the past with Peter Anthony Holder.
In the Jewish Independent.
Based on what she was learning from her family’s therapist, Andrew “concluded that there is an absolute and fundamental concept that underpins healthy human life.” That concept – inherent worth – is the subject of the first section of What They Don’t Teach in Prenatal Class. Part 2 focuses on unconditional love, explaining “why it is so difficult for us to accept and own our inherent worth, then explain[ing] how this can be done and become part of your ‘way of being.’” The third part of the book discusses parenting priorities, “kindness versus grades,” and “teaches how to parent out of love – not fear.”
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The Conscious Caregiver Podcast
Anne chats with Carol Anne Hamilton about whether or not Caregiving can be a healing opportunity.
Anne is mentioned in the recent USA Today article on parenting coaches. - "What (Andrew) teaches, we're not really taught in this life," Pozin said. "And if we are, we forget it."
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What we are seeing in the U.S. and around the world in the form of unkind, ruthless politicians is the result of years of politics of fear, and fear-mongering, fueled by media outlets that are hungry for advertising dollars. Love is the antidote.
We have to start somewhere so why not with us and with our children? All we really need to do is raise our children with love and not with fear. That may sound obvious, but it is not as simple as it sounds.
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Lillian Cauldwell, CEO of Passionate World Talk Radio, interviewed me about my book. She wrote a parenting book years ago so was particularly interested in my focus on parents well-being. I talked about negative beliefs in children and parents and the need to embrace our Inherent Worth.
Anne chats with Danette Kubanda about how Suicide Prevention Begins in Pre-School.
Learn about how negative beliefs get started at an early age, and what we can do to help our kids.
Listen to Anne chat with Roy Richards, from "Middle Age Can Be your Best Age" about the benefits of Gratitude in everyday life, and health.
Anne joins Roy about 20 minutes in, and they cover many ideas such as how to establish a gratitude practice in your family, the problems with self-esteem, and Inherent Worth as a necessary alternative.
Let me know what you think, or if you have any questions, via the comments box.
Anne talks with Ed Tyll about the benefits a gratitude practice can have for your family, and how to go about starting one.