Triggers and Trauma with Jen Lumanlan – 216
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Today’s guest on the podcast is Jen Lumanlan, the host of the Your Parenting Mojo podcast, a reference guide for parents of young children based on scientific research and the principles of respectful parenting.
In this interview, Jen and I talk about the impact of different types of trauma on parenting and what she calls the “trauma of unmet needs.”
We discuss how understanding our own needs and the needs of our children can help us problem-solve in situations when we feel triggered.
And you’ll hear Jen answer an email I received from a mom wanting to help her son struggling with ADHD and ODD.
Tune in for this information-packed episode that’s sure to give you several insights and ideas to help you with your parenting.
HERE’S WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER:
- The four most common ways parents react when they feel triggered (and where that response likely comes from)
- The difference between big T and little t trauma (plus a third type of trauma that’s not often talked about and might surprise you)
- The most common human needs (and some ideas for how you can achieve them for you AND your child)
- The difference between co-regulation and dysregulation, how it shows up in your relationship with your kids, and one way to help bring peace in the moment
- Jen’s advice for a mom really struggling with her child’s ADHD and ODD diagnoses (that’s helpful for ANY mom having a challenging time with their child)
- Why you might be hearing “I don’t know” from your kid when it comes to talking about their feelings (and how you can change that)
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- Your Parenting Mojo website
- The Real Reasons You Feel Triggered by Your Child’s Behavior
- Jen’s 10-week Taming Your Triggers course
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- Request your FREE coaching consultation with Pam HERE.
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