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How do we talk to kids about race? Most parents are unsure when to start talking about it with their kids, what language to use, and how to unpack nuanced topics with candor. In this episode, Dr. Becky talks with anti-bias, anti-racist facilitator Britt Hawthorne about how, when, and why to start important conversations in your home. Together, they explore the difference between talking about race and talking about racism, what language and tools you can use with even the youngest children, and what to do when you encounter your own racist, prejudiced, and ableist thoughts. Britt also shares her own journey as a bi-racial woman and parent that brought her to this work. This is a not-to-be-missed episode that will leave you feeling equipped with so many new tools. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
Raise your hand if you don’t like losing. Full transparency: Dr. Becky’s hand is up! Guessing yours is, too. It never feels good to lose… at any age, right? Of course, it also doesn’t feel good to watch your kid have a meltdown after losing, cheat in a game, or obsess over winning. We want to raise kids who are “good sports,” but most strategies for teaching sportsmanship just turn out to be lectures. Dr. Becky has a totally different approach. In this week’s episode, she tells parents that it’s totally okay if your kid hates losing or loves winning: The goal isn’t to change how they feel about losing or winning, the goal is to help them tolerate discomfort. Her game-changing strategies on sportsmanship will help you activate curiosity, deshame competition, and understand your child in an entirely new way. Remember: Your child is good inside, even when they’re having a hard time on the outside. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
There’s this fear that honoring our kids’ emotions when they throw tantrums or break the rules reinforces “bad” behavior. That if we don’t use punishment… we’re just being permissive. Here’s the truth: There’s nothing “soft” about parenting with empathy. This week, parenting coach Destini Davis joins Dr. Becky for a total reframe of what it really means to be a sturdy leader. The two open up about their own parenting philosophy journeys and how they realized that building connection with our kids goes hand-in-hand with holding firm boundaries. As they answer callers’ live questions about tricky situations with their kids, they debunk outdated ideas on “shaping behavior” and share deep thoughts about what actually leads to change. Their lively conversation will give you practical strategies for setting intentional limits, tolerating your child’s frustration, embodying your authority, and—most importantly—trusting yourself in the process. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
You ask your child to put on their shoes or brush their teeth, and you’re met with a flat-out “No!” If you’re like most parents, you’re familiar with the power struggle that follows: You insist, your kid resists or ignores you, you get frustrated, they get frustrated, and nobody wins. The good news? There’s another way. This week, Dr. Becky answers questions from three different parents about tricky moments of refusal with their kids. As always, she zooms out to consider the big picture: Why do our kids say “no” in the first place? Then, she offers actionable scripts and strategies to connect to your child’s experience, while embodying your authority as a parent. You’ll leave this episode with a game-changing framework for resistance and a ton of tools to increase cooperation in your home. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
You have an idea of how this parenting thing will go… and then life gets messy. Your toddler isn’t walking yet. Or your baby has food allergies. Maybe your first-grader needs extra support at school. What do we do in these moments when things don’t go as expected? This week’s guest, Rachel Drori—CEO of clean eating company Daily Harvest and mom of two —understands this struggle. When her oldest son was just nine months old, he had a severe anaphylactic reaction after eating cashews. She talks openly with Dr. Becky about the anxiety of raising a child with extreme food allergies and the impulse to blame herself. The two friends share coping strategies for deshaming our self-blame, finding control amidst chaos, and learning to trust your instincts as a parent. No matter what unexpected twists and turns you’ve faced with your kids, their conversation will remind you you’re not alone and equip you with the tools to handle whatever comes your way. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
A part of you is skeptical of the Good Inside approach. Or maybe you’ve tried out the scripts and strategies, and it’s just not working. You might be wondering, “How does this actually help a child prepare for the real world? Is this how I should be parenting? Do I believe in this?” Well, you’re asking the right questions, and you found the right episode. This week, Dr. Becky hears from parents who are skeptical about this whole approach. She validates their very real doubts, fears, and frustrations. She connects to their hopes for their kids. And she gives straightforward answers to questions that challenge her beliefs. While this episode is full of scripts and strategies, it also brings up an important foundational idea: It’s okay to be skeptical of Good Inside. Your skepticism means you really care about how you parent your kids—and that means we’re on the same team. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
As our kids grow up, their peer lives become even more important to them. They also become more complicated. One reason: Tweens and teens aren’t just navigating tricky friendship situations, like rejection, in person… they’re navigating them on social media, too. With this in mind, Dr. Becky explores how parents can support older kids in today’s bonus follow-up episode to “When Your Kid Is Rejected.” She models how to be present with your tween’s painful feelings now, while simultaneously building their resilience for difficult experiences in the future. You’ll learn how to help your child in the moment while equipping them with life-long skills—from compassionate self-talk to mindful engagement with social media. For more on peer dynamics, listen to the below episodes wherever you find your podcasts: “When Your Kid Is Rejected” Apple: https://apple.co/3uQiebD Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3u8xgdW “‘She Can’t Play with Us’ and Other Tricky Friendship Moments” Apple: https://apple.co/3JRleL6 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3iGD33R Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsor: Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com/goodinside and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Every child’s brain works differently. A scratchy t-shirt tag or excited squeals at a birthday party might be no big deal for one kid… and cue a *total* meltdown for another. What’s going on for kids who feel extra sensitive to sights, sounds, smells, tastes, or textures? And what can parents do? This week, Dr. Becky talks to Laura Petix—the pediatric occupational therapist behind @TheOTButterfly and mom to a sensory sensitive four-year-old herself—to answer these questions and more. They talk all about parenting neurodivergent kids, whose brains process the world in unique ways, and offer practical strategies to support their needs. Whether you’re familiar with terms like “occupational therapy,” “neurodivergence,” and “sensory processing” or hearing them for the first time, you’ll leave this podcast with a deeper understanding of how sensory systems shape behavior and why it’s so important to believe what our kids perceive. If you’re thinking, “This sounds like my kid,” follow Laura on Instagram at @TheOTButterfly and visit [www.theotbutterfly.com/drbecky](http://www.theotbutterfly.com/drbecky) to learn more. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today’s episode is brought to you by the following sponsors: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
Your child tells you, "No one played with me on the playground today." You find out they’re the only one not invited to a sleepover. They come home one day and say, “My best friend has a new best friend.” What do we do in these moments? In this week’s episode, Dr. Becky follows-up on her episode about Tricky Friendship Moments to answer your questions about when *your* kid is the one being rejected. She explores how to build a safe foundation so your kids feel comfortable coming to you with difficult experiences. Then, she walks through practical scripts and strategies to help them feel less alone in these experiences—including her three all-time favorite parenting lines. For more on peer dynamics, listen to “She Can’t Play with Us” and Other Tricky Friendship Moments wherever you find your podcasts: Apple Podcasts: https://apple.co/3JRleL6 Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3iGD33R Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
Working moms are burnt out. And it’s not our fault. After two years of juggling Zoom calls, homeschooling, childcare, household chores, and chronic stress, it’s never been more clear that our system just wasn’t built to support caregivers. Reshma Saujani is ready to change that. This week, Reshma—mom of two, CEO and founder of GirlsWhoCode, activist, and author—joins Dr. Becky to talk about what recovery from a pandemic really looks like for families and why it’s on employers to “pay up.” The two not only get vulnerable about their own struggles as working moms, but also discuss practical calls-to-action for companies. Their conversation is an ultimate two-things-are-true moment: You can have a family and a career. Let’s fight for a system that makes room for both parts of us. For more, check out Reshma’s latest book, “Pay Up: The Future of Women and Work (and Why It's Different Than You Think)”. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
It's Okay Not To Share

It's Okay Not To Share

2022-03-1529:214

Imagine this: You’re reading a book and your friend says, “Oh I’ve been wanting to read that! Can I have it now?” You probably wouldn’t hand it over mid-chapter, but offer to share it once you’re done, right? And yet, when it comes to our kids, we worry that if they don’t share immediately… they’re not a good kid. This week, Dr. Becky offers a completely different perspective: It’s okay not to share sometimes. She listens to three families’ different sharing struggles and unpacks what’s really happening when kids feel possessive. For each situation, she models actionable strategies to manage these tricky moments, while helping your child learn how to balance their desires with those of others. Remember: We want our kids to assert their needs *and* we want them to be kind, generous people. We don’t have to choose. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
You’re feeling uncomfortable, your chest is tight, your mind starts racing. So many of us recognize this feeling: anxiety. But how many of us really understand it? Or feel capable of managing it? This week, Dr. Becky turns the tables and tries something totally new: She asks her friend Gabby Bernstein, international speaker and best-selling author, to join the podcast to help her with her own anxiety. As they both speak openly about their struggles with anxiety, Dr. Becky and Gabby dig into what our body is really trying to tell us in anxious moments. Then, they walk through transformative, tried-and-true tools for approaching our worries with compassionate curiosity—from simply saying “Hi, anxiety” to doing a tapping exercise. Their conversation is a powerful reminder about the connection between parenting and re-parenting: We must give to ourselves what we want to give to our kids.  For a step-by-step written guide to the tapping exercise in this episode, go to https://bit.ly/gabbybernsteinanxiety. You can also learn more about Gabby and check out her books at www.gabbybernstein.com. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Frida is the brand that's one step ahead on all parenting hacks. With seasonal allergies and stuffy noses on the calendar, it's the perfect time to check out their new electronic snot sucker, Electric Nose Frida. Go to www.fridababy.com and get 20% off any first purchase with code "DRBECKY"
Kids don’t need two parents in the same home to thrive. Here’s what kids need: Loving adults who allow, validate, and get curious about their feelings. And guess what? You can be that parent for your child whether you’re married, single, or co-parenting. This week, Dr. Becky throws out the outdated narrative that “divorce messes kids up” and introduces a new approach to supporting kids through separations. She hears from three parents navigating divorce and co-parenting, and offers deep thoughts and practical strategies on how to handle the unique challenges each presents. From transitioning between households to navigating different parenting styles, you’ll learn how to stay grounded, center your child’s experience, and embrace all of your kid’s emotions. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Does your kid struggle to separate from you? Or maybe “struggle” feels like the world’s biggest understatement given the non-stop tears, screams, and clinging-on-for-dear-life that happens anytime you leave? You’re not the only one: Instagram CEO Adam Mosseri and his wife Monica get it. In fact, sometimes leaving their five-year-old son for date night feels more exhausting than relaxing. This week, the couple joins the podcast with Dr. Becky to brainstorm what’s going for their son when they leave and how to help him through the feelings behind his behavior. From keeping goodbyes short to telling stories from our own childhoods, the three talk through strategies to use both inside and outside the moment to reduce separation anxiety, increase safety, and ground ourselves (and our kids) in goodness. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Raise your hand if scattered legos and piles of dirty clothes drive you up a wall. Well, you’re in the right place… and you’re not alone. Messiness is so triggering for so many of us. In today’s episode, Dr. Becky hears from three parents about what mess brings up for them. She walks through practical strategies to pause, understand, and reframe your relationships to mess. From calming mantras to a super-simple hack for getting your kids to help clean up, you’ll learn how to better manage mayhem both inside *and* outside. Remember: Your house is a mess. You are not a mess. You’re a good parent with a house full of life. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Are there topics you avoid because you don’t want to “go there” with your kids (or yourself)? What do you think would happen if you did? This week, Dr. Becky explores these questions and more in a raw, real, and powerful conversation with her friend Jelani Memory, father of six and founder of A Kid’s Company About. He gets radically honest about the most difficult aspects of his childhood—from being the only Black kid in class to having a strained relationship with his dad—and how processing these experiences led him to publish stories he wished he had as a kid. While his company helps parents talk about tough subjects with kids, Dr. Becky and Jelani reveal how stories like “A Kid’s Book About Shame” can be just as healing for grown-ups, too. You’ll leave this episode reflecting on the impact of your own upbringing, the power of “feeling your feelings,” and how to talk to kids about topics we all too often avoid. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Kids say a lot of wild things. Sometimes nice and sometimes … well, not-so-nice. We’ve all experienced a moment where our kid makes fun of a friend, comments on a stranger’s appearance, or acts inappropriately. We know we feel uncomfortable, we know our kid didn’t *mean* to be mean, but we might not know what to do. Well, this week’s episode answers just that. Dr. Becky hears from three parents and walks through the nuances of responding to our kid’s rude behaviors. She models practical in-the-moment strategies to soften tension and outside-the-moment ones to help kids build the skills they’re missing in the first place. And, most importantly, she reminds parents that this behavior is all developmentally appropriate: You have a good kid, even in the trickiest moments.  Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Moms, you deserve space for yourself. If this sounds like a revolutionary concept… that’s because it is! In a too-busy world that constantly questions your good enough-ness, this week’s episode delivers a powerful message: You don’t have to do it all. Dr. Becky talks with Eve Rodsky, best-selling author of Fair Play and Find Your Unicorn Space, about how rebalancing domestic labor can change your relationship to yourself, your family, and society. As they dive deep into the gender gap of chores and childcare, the two unpack so many important topics: from reducing resentment to managing mom guilt to reframing how we spend our time. You’ll end this episode with practical strategies to shift the dynamics in your home and discover what Eve calls your “unicorn space”—time to explore what lights you up outside of your identities as mom, partner, or professional. Let’s reimagine the cultural norms around caregiving, starting in our own homes. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Bobbie is an organic infant formula that's shifting the conversation from HOW you feed your baby to being able to feel good about WHAT you feed your baby. Visit www.hibobbie.com/goodinside and use code GOODINSIDE20 for 20% off your first purchase or towards a monthly subscription.
The biggest issue with “defiant” kids is our use of the word “defiant.” After all, labeling our children as “defiant” puts us in the mindset of seeing our child as the problem: They don’t listen! They’re purposely disobeying the rules! They always push back! In this week’s episode, Dr. Becky offers a total reframe: Defiance is actually a child’s struggle to regulate an urge *and* feel seen. Now, don’t worry—this doesn’t lead to taking an anything-goes, permissive approach. Dr. Becky shares practical strategies to put this framework into action, so you can show up as a sturdy leader, stay connected to your kid, and help your child build skills to reduce problematic behavior over time. Sounds like a total win, right? It is. Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Outschool has over 150,000 live interactive classes and camps to choose from. A lot of them are geared towards littles ages 3 and up. Go to www.outschool.com and use the code DRBECKY to get a $20 credit towards your first class.
Unpopular opinion: It’s okay for our kids to like some kids better than others. After all, we want them to grow up into adults who can build meaningful relationships, which requires recognizing why they connect with certain people over others! Of course, we also want them to be kind, inclusive people. So, what’s a parent’s role in helping kids navigate tricky social situations? In this week’s episode, Dr. Becky talks to three parents about challenging peer dynamics—from leaving someone out on the playground to disliking a family friend’s daughter. She explains why curiosity is the most valuable social skill, and shares practical strategies on how to model it. Remember: We want to teach our kids how to think, not what to think.  Join Good Inside Membership: http://www.goodinside.com Follow Dr. Becky on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drbeckyatgoodinside Sign up for our weekly email, Good Insider: https://www.goodinside.com/newsletter Today's episode is sponsored by: Bobbie is an organic infant formula that's shifting the conversation from HOW you feed your baby to being able to feel good about WHAT you feed your baby. Visit www.hibobbie.com/goodinside and use code GOODINSIDE20 for 20% off your first purchase or towards a monthly subscription.
Comments (15)

Farnaz Hosseinzadeh

I was so eagerly waiting for this episode. thank you!!! these strategies make sense and are practical. thank you so much for doing this!

Mar 30th
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Farnaz Hosseinzadeh

such a great episode! I love the practical strategies. I keep telling everyone "Yes! sharing IS caring, but caring is NOT only sharing! we can care in other ways!" but I really would like to have a child who is compassionate and can play nicely with her / his friends.

Mar 22nd
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Mahtab Haghshenas

So useful 🤓🙏❤️

Mar 7th
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Farnaz Hosseinzadeh

I loved this episode. I listened to it once before but decided to listen again given all that's going on and it resonates so well. I lost my grandfather when I was 5. He passed away in his sleep. For years after that I had trouble sleeping because I was worried I'd wake up to see my parents and loved ones are dead. I still am anxious about this! but learnt to live with it. I am glad I'm equipped to discuss this hard topic with my kids when they start asking questions. Thank you once again Dr. Becky.

Mar 3rd
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Hi

nice

Jan 24th
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ladan bulookbashi

I am not able to play/download this episode. Is there an issue?

Jan 3rd
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ID19079374

I’ve been getting so much out of your podcasts. Thank you for the work that you are doing.

Nov 24th
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HO DA

Hi. I'm sorry i need to text podcast. where i can find text?

Oct 31st
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ID22945683

I hope I haven’t overlooked it but my 1 yo fights her sleep hard. Always has. But it’s starting to take a toll on my husband and I. We never have any us time bc she fights her naps and her bed time. Could you please give me some insight? I don’t know what I’m doing wrong.

Aug 9th
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Haleh Babaknia

👏👏👍

Aug 5th
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Sarah Tapia

What we do with our kids is teach them firearm safety with nerf guns. Keep the finger off the trigger, never point at a person, act as if the gun is alwaysloaded, real guns are for catching food and protecting. Aslo, of course don't touch. Real guns are for killing. We live in the foothills so it may be different for us. idk. I think our kids will fear what we fear.

Aug 5th
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Haleh Babaknia

👏👏👍

Aug 4th
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Imma Mom

Something that hit so hard here in this podcast/this Deep Dive!!! "annoying to be a kid" My 6yo Hazel says to me "I just want to be a parent because we can do whatever we want!" I have never really looked at it as her way of being in charge AMAZING!!

Jun 23rd
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Ja Nie

parenting is hard. grateful for your podcast and all the pratical tips u share!

Jun 22nd
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Olivia Nobre

I have been following Dr. Becky’s IG channel for a while now and am so incredibly grateful for her work! She models a loving, assertive and connecting parenting approach. Thank you Dr. Becky for what you’re bringing to our children, nieces and nephews, inner children, and partners.

Apr 24th
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