Finding Peace In Parenting

Rany Moran & Tracey-Anne Oxley

Welcome to Finding Peace in Parenting. Join Rany Moran and Tracey-Anne Oxley as mothers trying to raise happy-little-humans.They'll deep-dive into common parenting concerns, feature expert guests and answer your questions as they look to overcome challenges and share in the highs and lows of this incredible parenting journey.Get in touch with a question or issue for Rany and Tracey-Anne to discuss this season, by sending an email or a voice-memo to hello@findingpeaceinparenting.comRany Moran is a certified life coach, trained counsellor, motivational speaker, corporate strategist and parenting coach. You can find more information or book a session with Rany at ranymoran.comTracey-Anne Oxley is a certified life coach based in Sydney, helping young adults and parents move confidently into personal growth, healthy relationships, true happiness and great parenting. You can find more information or book a session with Tracey-Anne at startingwithyou.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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We’re delighted to be joined by parenting specialist Steve Biddulp to talk with us about Raising Girls-  We discuss why girls struggle so much with their friendship groups-  Advice for parents whose tween is on the verge of puberty-  How to help girls combat the pressures of social media- and much much more.Steve Biddulph AM is one of the world’s best-known parenting educators. He has been a psychologist for over 30 years and has written a number of best-selling books, including Raising Girls, Raising Boys, The Secret of Happy Children, 10 Things Girls Need Most and he has a brand-new book out called ‘Fully Human’.Steve is a member of the Order of Australia for his work with young people’s mental health and one of his major focuses is the mental health of girls and young women globally. stevebiddulph.comOur interview with Steve featured so much great advice we’ll be running the 2nd half in our next episode.-----Rany Moran is an entrepreneur, certified life coach, trained counselor, motivational speaker, corporate strategist and parenting coach. You can find more information or book a session with Rany here ranymoran.comTracey-Anne Oxley is a certified life coach based in Sydney, helping young adults and parents move confidently into personal growth, healthy relationships, true happiness and great parenting. You can find more information or book a session with Tracey-Anne here startingwithyou.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Nov 22

37 min 13 sec

We’re excited to share with you the second half of our amazing chat with parenting guru Maggie Dent on Raising Boys.- We discuss how to talk to our boys about consent and standing up to toxic peer pressure-  why they’re programmed to take risks -  how to motivate boys that have lost interest in school?-  how do we let go, knowing their brains won’t mature for years and years to come - and much much more.Maggie Dent is an author, educator and parenting specialist, commonly known as the “queen of common sense”, she is also an undisputed ‘boy champion’.Maggie is the host of the ABC podcast ‘Parental as Anything’ and she has also just written a book based on the podcast, also called Parental As Anything and being published by ABC Books on 7th July.She is the author of eight major books including ‘From boys to men’ and ‘Mothering our boys’ and with four sons of her own there is no one better qualified to talk to us about raising boys.maggiedent.com-----Rany Moran is an entrepreneur, certified life coach, trained counsellor, motivational speaker, corporate strategist and parenting coach. You can find more information or book a session with Rany here ranymoran.comTracey-Anne Oxley is a certified life coach based in Sydney, helping young adults and parents move confidently into personal growth, healthy relationships, true happiness and great parenting. You can find more information or book a session with Tracey-Anne here startingwithyou.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jun 15

31 min 12 sec

We’re thrilled to be joined by parenting guru Maggie Dent to talk with us about Raising Boys.- We discuss, how to manage our boy’s screen-time- how to help boys build their self-esteem  - the neural pruning that happens to the teenage brain- how to raise boys in this new world of girl-power and gender fluidity?- and much much more.Maggie Dent is an author, educator and parenting specialist, commonly known as the “queen of common sense”, she is also an undisputed ‘boy champion’.Maggie is the host of the ABC podcast ‘Parental as Anything’.She is the author of seven major books including ‘From boys to men’ and ‘Mothering our boys’ and with four sons of her own there is no one better qualified to talk to us about raising boys.maggiedent.comOur interview with Maggie featured so much great advice we’ll be running the 2nd half in our next episode.-----Rany Moran is an entrepreneur, certified life coach, trained counsellor, motivational speaker, corporate strategist and parenting coach. You can find more information or book a session with Rany here ranymoran.com Tracey-Anne Oxley is a certified life coach based in Sydney, helping young adults and parents move confidently into personal growth, healthy relationships, true happiness and great parenting. You can find more information or book a session with Tracey-Anne here startingwithyou.com.au See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

May 18

32 min 10 sec

Lets talk about Sex baby!-What age are kids ready to have ‘the talk’?-how do we discourage our teenagers from behaving too sexually, without making sex shameful?- What do we do if our children catch us in the act?-And how do we talk to our kids about porn? To help us with we are joined by a sex education expert Cath Hakanson. Cath is a qualified sexual health nurse, author, speaker and the founder of Sex Ed Rescue. She has over 25 years of experience and loves helping parents talk to their kids about sex, so that kids can talk to their parents about anything! Cath Hakanson resources :sexedrescue.comyoutube.com/c/SexEdRescue See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 23

1 hr 1 min

How do we raise our children to be kind, compassionate and understand the emotions and experiences of other?How do we build empathy and teach self-love?Why do some children struggle to be kind?And what we can do if we find out our child is the one being the bully?Rany Moran and Tracey-Anne Oxley are mothers trying to raise happy-little-humans.They deep-dive into common parenting concerns and answer your questions as they look to overcome challenges and share in the highs and lows of this incredible parenting journey.If you would like to get in touch with a question or issue for us to discuss, send us an email or a voice memo to hello@findingpeaceinparenting.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Feb 2

32 min 33 sec

Today we’re talking about Digital Dependence and how we can help our children navigate this new technology-filled world we’re living in. Joining us is Dr Kristy Goodwin, she is one of Australia’s leading Digital wellbeing experts, researcher, speaker, consultant and author of the book Raising our child in a digital world. Dr Kristy is on a mission to help parents tame toxic tech habits and stop our kids being a slave to the screen.Dr Kristy worked as an educator for fourteen years at Abbotsleigh, Mosman Prep and several public schools, before becoming an academic and speaker. She has spoken at national and international conferences, at schools, workplaces and medical conferences throughout Australia. She provides evidence-based information and realistic solutions about how technology is impacting students’ physical and mental health and shaping their learning. Dr Kristy has great online resources for parents: articles, research, video seminars, masterclasses and the ‘Switched On Parent’s Portal’.www.drkristygoodwin.com// the Switched on Parents' Portal// my Digital Wellbeing Checklist// a quiz for parents to assess the type of 'digital parent' they arewww.facebook.com./drkristygoodwin See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Jan 10

52 min 17 sec

Today we talk Tricky Friendships.Should we try and influence the friendships our children make?What happens when we don’t like our children’s friends or their parents?And how to help if your child has trouble making friends?If you would like to get in touch with a question or issue for us to discuss, send us an email or a voice memo to hello@findingpeaceinparenting.comAdditional resources for parents:https://www.newportacademy.com/teen-friendshipshttps://riseandshine.org/navigating-kids-friendshipshttps://www.brighthorizons.com/school-age-children-and-friendships See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2020

28 min 49 sec

Our topic today: Pushing our children. We mean well but are we doing the right thing?Are we projecting our needs when we want what is best for our children? How does how we were parented, relate to our parenting style?And how to avoid some common parenting pitfalls when it comes to pushing our kids too hard? If you would like to get in touch with a question for us to discuss, send us an email or a voice memo to hello@findingpeaceinparenting.comAdditional resources for parents:The four Baumrind parenting styles https://www.brighthorizons.com/four-types-of-parentinghttps://psychcentral.com/the-paradox-of-pushing-kids-to-succeed/https://childmind.org/pushing-kids-without-pushing-too-hard See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Dec 2020

30 min 28 sec