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Let’s face it…we don’t always need MORE energy. Sometimes, what we really need is greater CALM. Or, we need to know how to USE the energy we have each day in the most efficient and useful ways. We’ll be discussing all these ideas related to finding our energy-calm capacity, how to maximize both, and feel more energized and balanced as a result, tod…
 
What does it mean to be a high performer--in motherhood, career, life? High performance isn't just being "busy," running around and doing everything for everyone. High performance is strategic, focused, and uses the research-based skills and tools to teach us how to not only "grow through motherhood", but to excel at it. Dr. Christina Hibbert and g…
 
Are you parenting on purpose? Or are you leaving your family's goals, development, and experiences to chance? Life is busy, and it can be tough to know how to slow down, evaluate, and make the changes we need to make in order to create the family experience we desire. Dr. Christina Hibbert and author of "Parent On Purpose," Amy Carney (http://www.A…
 
As women and mothers, we feel all the time we must "be strong." But what does that really mean? Could we sometimes get it wrong? Strength is not carrying the load all by ourselves, denying help, or having to be "fine" all the time. In fact, true strength is being vulnerable, letting help in, and knowing when and how to do the same for others. In th…
 
If you think Mastery of motherhood isn't possible, Dr Christina Hibbert is here to tell you, "You're wrong. Not only is it possible; it's what we moms were made for." Mastery of motherhood is about self mastery, and Dr Hibbert is sharing her "10 Zones of MOM Mastery" in this FREE 10-10-10 challenge!That's 10 Zones of Mastery in10 minutes a day, for…
 
What does it mean to flourish? As a mom? As a woman? In love? In life? And what are the practices that can take us from just “ok” to “thriving?” Dr. Christina Hibbert and guest, Jen Smith, creator of The Flourish Lab (http://www.theflourishlab.com) are sharing the secrets of the #1 practice of flourishing—gratitude. Specifically, Jen is sharing her…
 
Today is all about others. Sharing yourself with others, to be specific. Once you’ve recharged, energized, played, loved, enjoyed, nurtured, and inspired yourself, the only thing left to do is share all the goodness you’ve stored up. Life just isn’t as great without the company of those we love, and when we are replenished and feeling “filled up,” …
 
Did you know the word, “Inspire” actually means, “in the spirit?” Today, we’ll be talking about all the ways to “inspire” ourselves on a weekly and daily basis. Why does this matter so much? Because when we’re inspired, we have greater energy, love, joy, peace, and motivation. When we’re inspired, we find life “lighter,” and we want to get out and …
 
It’s time we focus on one of the most essential and yet under-rated and, I believe, misunderstood, components of self-care and REPLENISHment—nurture. Specifically, self-nurture. How do we “nurture” ourselves? We’re so good at doing it with other people—our children, spouses/partners, family, friends, and even in our work. But do we know how to actu…
 
JOY! What an important part of REPLENISHing through self-care, and yet how often do we forget that joy is a state of being and not a fleeting moment of pleasure or fun? That’s right—JOY is a state of BEING. Are you “being” joy today?Visit www.drchristinahibbert.com for more resources and tools on how to overcome, become, and flourish!…
 
When it comes to feeling replenished, there’s nothing quite like LOVE. And I’m not just talking about the all-important act of loving others; I’m talking about the complete “give-receive” cycle of loving ourselves and letting love in, too.It's called “The LOVE Triangle.” This LOVE Triangle is a HEALTHY one, and it’s essential when it comes to conti…
 
Let’s face it…we don’t always need MORE energy. Sometimes, what we really need is greater CALM. Or, we need to know how to USE the energy we have each day in the most efficient and useful ways. We’ll be discussing all these ideas related to finding our energy-calm capacity, how to maximize both, and feel more energized and balanced as a result, tod…
 
As women, moms, and caretakers we care for everyone else first, leaving ourselves for when or "if" we "get the time" to care for our needs, and often never getting cared for at all. It's time for that to change. Enter the "8 Day REPLENISH" Challenge! Visit www.drchristinahibbert.com for more resources and tools on how to overcome, become, and flour…
 
We all want good things for this, and every, new year, don’t we? We want better things, best things. New Year’s Resolutions have been the “way” for ages, and the concept of “resolving” to do better, to be better, in the coming year is one I respect greatly. But New Year’s Resolutions don’t usually LAST for most of us. We “try” to do something and t…
 
The holiday season can bring out the best--or the worst--in us, especially when it comes to how we deal with ourselves. As moms, we have so much to do, so little time, and so many people to please, which can lead to stress, illness, burnout, and feelings of inadequacy, not being "good enough," and low self-worth. Dr. Christina Hibbert offers her be…
 
Self-care is a must as a mom, and yet, we're often the worst at prioritizing our own needs. When it comes to moving beyond self-care and fully investing in ourselves, we tend to struggle even more. What holds us back from investing in ourselves--as mothers, women, leaders? How can we change these unhealthy patterns in order to reach our full potent…
 
As a psychologist and mom of 6, I’m always looking for ways to improve my family’s overall health, mental health, and wellness. Lately, I was working on a challenge for my family when I thought, “Hey! Why not make it available to everyone?” Thus, the Family Wellness Challenge was born! Listen in for details, and then Get your FREE Family Wellness C…
 
Miscarriage is a common occurrence for many mothers, fathers, and families, with 15-20% of all verified pregnancies ending in loss. In honor of October's Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness Month, and in remembrance of these too-often silent losses, Dr. Christina Hibbert and guest, Dr. Katy Huie Harrison, writer, blogger, mom & multiple miscarriage e…
 
Spirituality is an essential part of motherhood for most moms. There's just something about being a mother that brings up spiritual questions, answers, desires, and needs. Dr. Christina Hibbert and guest Darla Trendler, creator of The Spiritually Minded Mom podcast (http://www.spirituallymindedmom.com), discuss how to understand and increase person…
 
Motherhood is back for season 4, with a new look and a new name--Motherhood 2.0! This season, we're taking motherhood to the next level--whatever that looks like for you. What does it meant to take it to the next level? What would that look like for you, your family, your work, your dreams? Perhaps it's the next level of overcoming, like getting en…
 
It's that time of year again--summer break--the time of no schedules, kids home all day feeling "so bored," and moms everywhere feeling overwhelmed by mess, stress, and chaos. It doesn't have to be this way, though, moms! With a little work, summer can be not only a time of sanity, but a time of personal growth for the whole family, a time of memor…
 
Loss is part of childhood, whether it's from moving, losing friends, or experiencing a parent's divorce to experiencing death--of a pet, grandparent, or other loved one. It's hard enough for adults to comprehend loss and know how to grieve, but unless children have someone to show them how, they can easily become overwhelmed and afraid. What can we…
 
If there's one thing at the core of all our struggles as moms, it's this: insecurity. Depression, fear, worry, self-doubt, it all stems from a struggle to see, feel and embrace our true worth. We think it's "humble" to shrink and hide, but we've got it wrong. Dr. Christina Hibbert goes one-on-one in this powerful episode about the truth of humility…
 
How do we learn empathy? One of the biggest ways is through the modeling of our parents. As mothers, we can actively teach our children and teens how to understand, have compassion for, and empathize with others, and this can make a huge impact in preventing and overcoming bullying. as well as making our world a kinder, safer place. Dr. HIbbert wel…
 
Why is it so challenging to be genuinely happy for others? A friend has a great new opportunity you've been dreaming of, a co-worker gets the promotion you wanted, a neighbor posts the most perfect-looking photos of her perfect-looking kids on social media all the time--sometimes, it can get to us, leaving us feeling jealous, negative, and even unh…
 
Have you ever heard of "movement therapy?" It's a powerful method that combines body awareness, posturing, and sometimes even dance, to bring greater energy, self-confidence and insight to participants' lives, and it's a fabulous tool for moms, kids, and families, too. Dr. Christina Hibbert talks with movement therapist Erica Hornthal (http://www.c…
 
What matters most to you? Do you give those things/people the time and attention they deserve? Do you ever take those things for granted? What about when life gets difficult? Are you able to keep the meaning and purpose of your life even in the toughest times? Dr. Hibbert welcomes special guest, Kim Fredrickson, mother, wife, author of "Give Yourse…
 
Overeating and binge eating: they aren't just for those with eating disorders. As busy moms, these can be easy habits to pick up and tough habits to break. Why is it so easy to overeat, and so difficult to stop? What does the research say on what is and isn't helpful with binge eating and overeating? And how can we stop overeating and bingeing, onc…
 
Being a mother is tough enough, but raising children with medical challenges, illness, developmental delays, or special needs makes it all the tougher. Some days, it may feel like you're all alone, with the weight of the world on your shoulders, like no one understands your struggle. Today, we're here to tell you, "We understand." My guest, Dr. Eri…
 
One of the hardest things for parents, and especially moms, to do is give themselves a break. When life is busy and stressful, as it always is, when you make mistakes, when you just don't know what to do--self-compassion is what's needed most. But how do we learn to practice self-kindness, self-love, and self-compassion? And how can we extend that …
 
Self-sabotage: as parents, we all do it. We stand in our own way, make things emotionally harder for ourselves, fail to forgive our parenting mistakes, and too often forget our all-important self-care. Why are we so hard on ourselves as mothers and parents, and what can we do to identify and change self-sabotaging tendencies? Dr. Christina Hibbert …
 
When you're "mom," intimacy can easily fall by the wayside. Too many people need you, you don't feel sexy, and if one more person touches you, you just might lose it! Most marriages and partnerships experience challenges keeping the passion alive over the years, and especially in parenthood. A healthy sex life is important to healthy intimate relat…
 
Family can be chaotic, loving, and everything in between. From interactions between siblings, to parent-child relations, to parenting adult children, to family-of-origin relationships, yes, navigating family relationships can be complex. Today, I'm talking with some very special guests--my aunt Christina Anderson, and cousins Hilary Anderson and Ed…
 
Motherhood is celebrating its 100th episode! Join me, Dr. Christina Hibbert, as I talk with some of our favorite past guest experts about their best advice for moms EVER about how to "master" motherhood, including why mastery of motherhood is possible, how to manage energy, parenting skills advice, best ways to improve self-care, and more. Get your…
 
Motherhood is, by nature, a process of self-reinvention. From becoming a mom for the first time, to coping with the obstacles life throws our way, to dealing with the empty nest and beyond, yes, motherhood requires us to continually reinvent ourselves. My guest, Ashley Hanna Morgan, LCSW, clinical social worker and author of "I Gave Birth to My Hea…
 
As moms, we tend to take on the emotional load of our children and family. From kids' personal struggles to school challenges to basic life distress, it's hard not to heap the emotional burden upon ourselves until we become completely overwhelmed. How can we deal with these feelings that overwhelm us? Today, in this one-on-one session, I'm sharing …
 
How much do you really know about the menstrual cycle and how it affects your body, mood, sleep, and brain? Most women, I've found, know far too little of the facts and even less about how to honor this sacred cycle. How can we prepare our daughters for menarche when we still have so much to learn? Learning about our body and our own unique rhythm …
 
Having a baby is supposed to be the happiest time of our lives. Right? For many new moms, however, postpartum can pack a punch, with emotional changes ranging from the Baby Blues to depression to anxiety to, in extreme cases, psychosis. What role does trauma, including birth trauma, play in postpartum mental health? How do postpartum emotional chan…
 
Culture and mental health go hand in hand, impacting not only how we perceive mental health but also our identity, life experiences, how or if we ask for help, and too often, whether or not we can access that much-needed help. Today I'm talking with mental health & culture advocate, Ashley Carino (http://www.postpartumdepressionsupport.org), about …
 
It's hard being "Mom!" Yet, how often do we forget that "hard" is "normal," in motherhood? How often do we place the blame on ourselves when things get tough--during transitions like back to school, everyday stress, and the ups and downs that are inevitable in motherhood? In today's one-on-one session, I'm sharing 5 "reality checks" all moms need t…
 
Breast cancer affects us all at some point or another, whether through a parent, friend, aunt, colleague. As mothers, it's crucial we understand the facts about breast cancer awareness in order to educate our daughters and families. In this educational episode, I'm talking with Kim Kusiciel, mom of 3, BRCA gene mutation carrier, breast cancer advoc…
 
Why do we fear being our true selves? How do we find our true selves, especially when it's so easy to get lost in "being mom"? Why is it so easy to fall victim to fear--fear of being judged or criticized, fear of being different? The power of living authentically is the power to live without these fears, to be at peace with who we truly are and to …
 
Did you know anxiety is the #1 mental health issue in women? Anxiety is even more common than depression in women, and mothers seem to experience anxiety regularly. What is anxiety? How does it show up in women? And what can you do about it? My guest, Kathryn Gardner, LCPC (http://www.newdawnwellnessgroup.com/), is a Chicago-based counselor special…
 
Guilt is one of the most common emotions mothers experience--guilt over not doing enough, not being enough, guilt for what we've said, done, or how we "are" as moms. Yes, guilt is all too common in motherhood. So, what do we do with this guilt? How can we overcome it, or even better, use guilt to help US "overcome, become, and flourish?" That's wha…
 
If there's one thing all moms have too little of it's time! Between kids' schedules, home and family tasks and our own needs, there's just never enough time to go around. That's why today we're talking with Myrna Haskell, writer and editor of Sanctuary Magazine (http://www.santuary-magazine.com), all about the tools of time management. How can you …
 
One in five women will experience postpartum depression after the baby is born, and many others will deal with anxiety, OCD, PTSD, or even psychosis. Together, these disorders, named "Perinatal Mood & Anxiety Disorders," are the most common complication associated with childbirth. We're taking a deeper look at the reality of postpartum depression w…
 
What happens to your body after childbirth? If you've given birth you've no doubt experienced some alterations in how your body works (or doesn't work), but you might be surprised at how dramatically the experience of pregnancy, labor and delivery can alter the body. From changes in the pelvic floor to the diaphragm, from the back and abdomen to th…
 
When it comes to speaking up, asking for, and receiving what we need, we moms aren't doing so well. Too often, we feel guilty having "needs," let alone asking for help or letting that help in. Yet identifying and asking for what we need--for help, for support, for love, for a break!--is crucial to not only our own health and wellness, but our child…
 
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