Where Parents Talk radio host Lianne Castelino speaks to Amber Trueblood, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, MBA, best-selling author, mother of 4, about parental anxiety styles and how they impact parenting.
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist
Co-founder, M.E.C.A (Mentally and Emotionally through Conscious Awareness) Project
Mother of 4
“…the more we’re really fuelling ourselves in a way that’s important to us, in a way that is really important to us, and is not just this kind of surface self-care, which can be lovely in the moment, but it’s not necessarily enduring. When we’re doing that, we’re far more likely to be able to make decisions more clearly. We’re able to concentrate on anything that we’re doing whether that’s work, or spending time with our family, we’re going to be likely to have more patience. So all of that is going to improve your ability to parent and show up as a parent in the way you want to show up.”