Episode 177 is a solo episode sharing a few recently read and enjoyed books. 😘😘
When the time comes to help your little one move from a Cot to a bed, it can feel really daunting. In this episode you will hear easy and sensible tips for helping your little one make this transition as smooth as possible.
Head to www.thekindparentingcompany.com to check out Toddler Life for all things to do with toddler sleep and behaviour.
Binge Eating Disorder AKA BED is far more common and destructive than many people realise. It is often minimised or unnoticed but can have a massively negative effect on the sufferer.
This episode is not intended to diagnose or take the place of qualified treatment. This episode is sharing anecdotal experience and intends to encourage listeners who may be experiencing BED to reach out to an appropriate support person such as their GP. We have listed resources at the bottom of the show notes also.
Binge eating is more than occasionally over eating, binge eating disorder can be distressing, out of control and cause significant psychological distress.
Binge Eating is classified as
+Eating unusually large amounts of food in a specific amount of time, such as over a two-hour period.
+Feeling that your eating behavior is out of control.
+Eating even when you're full or not hungry.
+Eating rapidly during binge episodes.
+Eating until you're uncomfortably full.
+Frequently eating alone or in secret.
It can be part of a binge, purge , over exercise and restrict cycle or if can exist without these other elements.
Episode 174 is a Conversation with the inspiring Courtney Mangan. Courtney is a fellow podcaster, business owner, entrepreneur and lives by her favourite motto of "find out who you are and do it on purpose". Courtney wears many hats (crowns actually!) and speaks candidly about her own lived experiences.
We speak bout Courtney's experience with skin cancer, weight loss surgery and truly living with intention.
You can check Courtney out here https://www.courtneymangan.com.au/about and follow her @courtneymangan Listen in to her podcast 'She Was The Fire'
Episode 173 is a solo episode chatting about the differences between punishment, discipline and consequences. Parenting feels like an endless pursuit of finding the sweet spot between guiding, upholding, nurturing and preparing. It’s a mix of being a safety net and stepping aside to let a fall happen.
This episode explores the importance of appropriate imposed consequences and the power of a natural consequence for cultivating an understanding of action and reaction. Encouraging children to learn accountability and responsibility is a massive gift for setting them up to succeed and live a fulfilling life.
Episode 172 is a conversation about breaking free from past experiences and reclaiming your life with Dr Sarah Woodhouse.
We speak about trauma, dysfunctional behaviours, negative thoughts, self sabotaging, recognising patterns and how to move forward successfully and turn struggle into a foundation for growth.
Dr Sarah is a research psychologist and trauma expert. Her research explores how different ways of thinking, feeling and being can affect trauma symptoms. In her work, Sarah uses her knowledge and personal experience to help people break free from their past and reclaim their lives. Sarahs book, "You're Not Broken" is available now to purchase from her website and leading book stores.
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Episode 171 is a solo episode offering 10 ways to add a little more ease to your Mum (or dad!) life days.
Parenting is unlike any other commitment we make. It’s all encompassing, draining, fulfilling and a love so unconditional it can take good breath away. Sometimes it’s easy, sometimes is impossible but we can all agree when our day feels smoother, we can be more present and enjoy it more.
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Episode 170 is a conversation about domestic abuse with award winning investigative journalist and author, Jess Hill. One in four Australian women has experienced abuse from a man she was intimate with. All too often we collectively are asking the wrong question. We ask “why doesn’t she leave?”. We need to ask “why does he do it?”
‘See What You Made Me Do’ is a deep dive into the insidious world of domestic abuse. Jess explores the perpetrators, the systems and the often predictable path. See what you made me do rethinks the term domestic abuse, confronts the national crisis and peels back the layers to reveal early warning signs.
This is an incredibly important topic to explore. We discuss abuse in this conversation. It may not be suitable listening for all.
If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse please contact
For men experiencing abuse or are concerned about their own behaviour please contact Mensline Australia on 1300 78 99 78.
You can learn more about Jess Hill here. The book ‘See What You Made Me Do’ is a must read.
Episode 169 is a conversation with provisional psychologist and founder of The Brave Space, Jacquie Ward.
We discuss labelling children, tricky behaviour, meltdowns, the importance of disentangling our Mum identity from our children’s behaviour and the perfect mum myth.
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Jacquie Ward is a Provisional Psychologist/ Postgraduate Psychology student with a special interest in Infant Mental Health and Developmental Psychology. She is the Founder of The Brave Space; an online support hub for parents raising children who need a little extra support. Perhaps most importantly though, she’s Mama to three young children, aged 6, 4 and 1. If she’s not chasing them around at the beach, there’s a good chance you’ll find her drinking coffee or escaping to yoga class for a hit of peace amongst the happy chaos.
Episode 168 is a light hearted rapid fire round of questions. Jumping on the Vogue trend & answering questions about
+ Advice for my teenage self
+ Morning & Evening routine
+ Who I’d choose for a love scene
+ Girl Crush
And much more.
Episode 167 is a solo episode sharing seven pillars of raising seven year olds.
Episode 166 of the podcast is a solo episode offering 10 tips to heal a broken heart 💔
Episode 165 is a conversation exploring my own personal experience with health concerns.
This podcast is not intended to provide any medical or health guidance. Always seek support and treatment with you own health care practitioner. Be your advocate and explore what works for you!
Episode 164 of the podcast is a short episode sharing one thought exercise you can use to reframe the phrase “losing it” or “hitting rock bottom”. I share a metaphor that helps me explain why I have found certain breakdown moments to be empowering, eventually.
Episode 163 is conversation about building a brand with Ricki Harrison of Nutra Organics. Ricki is a company owner and head of production. She shares the story of Nutra Organics. We talk about the reality of taking risks in a family business, the struggles of starting and the struggles of growing rapidly.
We speak about branding, company culture, honesty and much more. To view the range of amazing Nutra Organics products head to
www.nutraorganics.com my code KYLIE is live now to save you 15% off their range.
Episode 162 is a conversation with Justine Dean about imposter syndrome and how it impacts our work, relationships and life choices.
We talk about the causes of Imposter Syndrome, perfectionism, procrastination, inaction and comparison. We debunk certain myths surrounding “imposterism” and chat about why this effects women.
Justine Dean is a Canberra based Coach and Mentor to Professional and Entrepreneurial women who are impacted by symptoms of Impostor Syndrome. She provides highly personalised online 1:1 coaching as well as a 6-month group coaching container. Most people believe Impostorism is exclusively a workplace issue, however symptoms also play out directly into relationships, parenting and general well-being. This work is about dispelling the myth that we are not good enough and living our lives without worrying about what others think. Justine’s belief is that deep personal work is about asking questions no-one else has had the courage to ask, and empowering her client’s to trust themselves. She is well known for being very direct whilst providing safety, compassion, humour and encouragement for her clients. Justine helps high achieving women beat their symptoms of Imposterism, unlocking innovation, creativity, motivation, productivity, confidence and fulfillment.
Justine had kindly extended a generous offer to our community:
In the program participants receive one Strategy Session as part of the inclusions.
I'd like to offer your followers an extra 2 of them, each valued at $500. Just mention your podcast to receive.
Group program starts 16 March, The Expansion Project, link is www.justinedean.com/services
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Episode 161 is a solo episode where I spill thoughts on one of my all time favourite quotes. I share what it means to me abc open up about a belief that has truly impacted many of my life choices, big and small. Xx
Episode 160 is a conversation about Trauma featuring Jordana Edwards and Alex Osborn of Recharge Psych.
We scratch the surface on the way Trauma can impact all areas of our life.
We speak about:
Trauma being personal and subjective
How it feels in the body and mind
Why it happens
The impact it can have on relationships
Where to start healing
How trauma can propel us forward
Different modalities available
Alex and Jordana are both Clinical Psychologists have each been working as Psychologists for nearly 15 years. They have been best friends for the last 16 years and are both mums of 2. They’ve worked in private practice together for 12 years and treat a broad spectrum of presentations through the lifespan.
They have both trained in CBT, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Schema Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing Therapy (EMDR).
2 years ago launched their own private practice (along with 2 other business partners) – Engaging Minds Clinical Psychology. This business continues to grow and thrive.
Earlier this year Jordana and Alex founded Recharge Clinical Psychology Services. Recharge has a particular focus on workplace wellbeing and consultancy for HR & Executives. It was born out of a desire to take our clinical skills to wider audiences, as well as to diversify their day-to-day workload and prevent their own burnout.
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