podcast show notes | episode 055 | patience in parenting with rachel nielson
This blog post serves as SHOW NOTES for our podcast — Cultivate a Good Life. This is not a comprehensive outline of everything discussed in this specific episode. The notes, links, and tips below are just some of what was mentioned. Everything we’re highlighting here will certainly make so much more sense when you’ve listened to this episode. If you haven’t already listened, you definitely should. And you should also just go ahead and subscribe to the podcast. It’s good stuff.
We LOVE our guest for this episode! She’s Rachel Nielson, mom to two kids and a former high school English teacher. She is also the host of her own awesome podcast: 3 in 30 Podcast for Moms. In this episode, we turn the tables on her and have her be the guest on our podcast! In Rachel’s signature 3 takeaways in 30 minutes format, she teaches us about having more patience in motherhood. She also opens our eyes as to what patience really means. Join us for this enlightening and inspiring episode.
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Here’s the article about patience that Rachel referred to.
Patience is a willingness to suffer.
Check out the book Atomic Habits by James Clear.
Listen to Rachel’s podcast that BP mentioned: “Helping Your Teen Live a Better Story.”
Three takeaways from Rachel and the places we can work on patience with our kids:
- When we’re tempted to yell.
- When we’re tempted to give them a screen.
- When we’re tempted to not give them chores.
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