Asha talks with licensed mental health counselor Jonathan Baxter about parenting during this era of mass school shootings.
This week’s episode is sponsored by Thrive Market, an online marketplace that offers thousands of best-selling non-GMO foods and natural products at 25-50% below traditional retail prices. Go to thrivemarket.com/edityourlife to get 25% off your first order + a free 30 day trial. (No code necessary.) Say the phrase “communicating with teens” to another parent and you’ll often […]
I interview KJ Dell’Antonia, author of the new book HOW TO BE A HAPPIER PARENT: Raising a Family, Having a Life, and Loving (Almost) Every Minute.
Christine interviews novelist Katherine Center, author of the instant New York Times bestseller, HOW TO WALK AWAY.
Christine and I share 8 tactics that will help you make everyday communication tweaks to navigate the changing variables of your relationship.
When you’re swamped by the demands of work and early parenting, it can feel like finding your community is just another chore on an endless to-do list. And yet it’s during those early years when you most need support! In Episode 124 of Edit Your Life, Christine and Asha respond to a listener who isn’t […]
When they’re not writing or recording, Christine and Asha are doing a bunch of other things, including navigating home projects, kid schedules, relationships, and self-care. In Episode 123 of Edit Your Life, they take a break from lifestyle editing practicalities and share what’s top of mind for them this Spring. Click “play” above to listen. […]
Let’s flip the script on parenting teens and focus on the beauty and satisfaction of this intense time. In Episode 122 of Edit Your Life, Christine interviews Dr. Ken Ginsburg, co-director of the newly formed Center for Parent and Teen Communication at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Christine and Ken bust myths and misconceptions about […]
In this podcast, Christine and I share 7 practical tips for tackling life’s challenges with confidence, or, at least, with self-compassion.
Christine interviews Casey Brown about gender identity, language, and parenting.