Emotion Coaching Kids Part 1: What NOT to Do
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
1w ago
Kids and big emotions often go together like peanut butter and jelly.  It’s part of the business of childhood and our teen years to figure out how to deal with our emotions.  And, as parents we can be a help or a hinderance in that process.  It isn’t always intuitive to know how to help kids with emotions—in fact we often want to avoid negative emotions for our kids.  This week on the podcast we examine some of the mistakes parents make when responding to kids’ negative emotions.     On the podcast you'll learn: Four parenting approaches to kids' negative emotio ..read more
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How to Fail...And Why You Might WANT To
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
3w ago
I don’t know many people who LIKE to fail.  But like it or not, life includes lots of failure.  That is—if you’re stretching yourself enough to actually be growing.  The reason most of us fear failure is we don’t like feeling humiliated, disappointed and frustrated.  But did you know that it is possible to have a different experience with failure.  Did you know failure could be fun?  This week on the podcast I’m going to teach you how to fail in a way that’s useful…and maybe even fun.    In this episode you’ll learn:  Why we don’t like to fail How ..read more
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Brain Hacks to Stay Consistent With Your Goals
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by Jennie Linton
1M ago
Join the Free Getting it Done Bootcamp!https://forms.aweber.com/form/81/1786038081.htm While many of us love to set goals, being consistent with them can be challenging.  They are challenging because new behaviors take more effort and they can be uncomfortable.  It’s easier to just do what we’ve always done…and our lower brains like ease.   If we haven’t set up the right systems for ourselves, the lower brain often wins out and we procrastinate or give up on our goal.  In order to be consistent we can use a couple of tools to help our lower brains work for us, not against u ..read more
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3 Common Obstacles That Can Sabotage Your Goals
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
1M ago
When we plan out our goals we often assume it will be like driving to the grocery store, hitting all green lights, getting a front row parking spot, not waiting in line and zipping home.  But it never is.  There are always obstacles that come up.  Today on the podcast I’m sharing 3 common mistakes we make that derail our goals so you can be more successful at avoiding these mistakes.   On this episode you’ll learn:  A healthy way to define if you’re being successful at your goal day to day How to anticipate obstacles head of time and how to prepare for them  How ..read more
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How to Create a Recipe for Goal Success
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by Jennie Linton
1M ago
Join the Free Getting it Done Bootcamp!https://forms.aweber.com/form/81/1786038081.htm Did you know 80% of New Year's resolutions fail?  And most of them fail by mid-February.  That is a sobering statistic.  I've been part of that statistic until a few years ago, when I learned some simple tools that have helped me and my clients actually accomplish our goals instead of just make them.  Accomplishing goals is actually like creating and following a recipe. In this episode you'll learn: How to move past overwhelm How to stop procrastination How to accomplish goals when it ..read more
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Why Even Bother to Set Goals?
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by Jennie Linton
1M ago
Join the Free Getting it Done Bootcamp! https://forms.aweber.com/form/81/1786038081.htm What kinds of feelings does setting goals bring up for you?  This year goals setting brought up anxiety and lack of motivation.  I’ve felt a bit sluggish nailing myself down with one goal.  I was feeling overwhelmed with all the goals I WANT to do but knowing I only have the capacity to do some.  Choosing can be tough!  And, as I look back on some of the past years, it can feel discouraging to think about goals I’ve set and never accomplished.  But, I pulled myself together an ..read more
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Grief 5: What NOT to Say to Someone Who Is Grieving (And What To Say Instead)
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by Jennie Linton
2M ago
Most of us have known someone at some time that was grieving.  If you’re like most people you want to help!  You don’t want the person to suffer.   But, it can be challenging sometimes to know how to help.  On the podcast this week, I share 5 common mistakes we may make in trying to help someone who as lost someone. Free Mini-Coaching Session Sign-up for a free coaching session. Schedule One-Minute Wisdom Each week I carefully craft a short perspective shift or tool that you can read in about a   minute or two.  You can sign up here. Follow me on Instagram: @th ..read more
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Grief Part 4: Re-Calibrating After Loss
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
2M ago
In Grief Part 2, I shared my grief journey through the first two tasks of grief.  In this episode I continue sharing my grief journey through the last two tasks of grief which are adjusting to the new life without the loved one, and reinvesting in a new reality.   I found I was a bit like the little bird in PD Eastman's Book asking "Are you my mother?"  I share how I found her--and a new version of me after her passing.  Free Mini-Coaching Session Sign-up for a free coaching session. Schedule One-Minute Wisdom Each week I carefully craft a short perspective shift or tool ..read more
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Grief Part 3: Moving Through and Out of Grief--Second Part of Sibling Interview
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
2M ago
The experience of grief journeys, the timelines, and the ways we find more normalcy and re-calibrate are different too.  In the second part of the interview with my siblings, we explore more about healing and help in grief.  On this episode we’ll cover: What things were most helpful to you during your grief journey?  Was there anything you did or do that has helped? How are you different after this experience? Free Mini-Coaching Session Sign-up for a free 30-min. mini-coaching session. Schedule One-Minute Wisdom Each week I carefully craft a short perspective shift or tool th ..read more
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Grief Part 3: The Different Faces of Grief-An Interview with My Siblings
The Expat Mom Podcast
by Jennie Linton
2M ago
Grief is as different as the number of people on earth.  But sometimes it’s easy to wonder if what we’re experiencing is “normal.”  I’m so thankful to my siblings for being willing to share about their varied grief experiences—it paints a picture of how different grief journeys can be for people who even lost the same person in the same way.  On this episode we’ll cover:  Experiences of acute grief right after our mother’s passing Experience of longer-term grief over the past ten years A difficult part of grief Something that surprised us about grief Free Mini-Coaching Se ..read more
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