Many moms feel concerned if their child will be OK. Let's face it, moms have reason to be concerned. Our culture has never operated like this before. The quarantine, shelter in place, and safer at home are new to all of us. Disappointment and perhaps despair could be feelings your child is experiencing. Moms Together mentor and licensed therapist, Michelle Nietert, talks with Lori Wildenberg and Heather Riggleman about emotional and mental red flags and what to do about them.
Dr. Eve Rosno talks with Lori Wildenberg about the 5 best ways to ease your child's anxiety during this Covid19 Quarantine time.
A little hyperactivity and the occasional meltdown are normal in children, of course; that’s part of childhood as kids navigate how to experience and express their emotions. But if you’re concerned that your kid is having too many ups and downs or anxiety-ridden moments, diet could be the culprit. Today's guest Michala Petersen, a pharmacist, health advocate and mom to four gives us tips to curb the problem!
Heather Riggleman discusses her personal experience with cutting and suicide. Ways to prevent self-harm, warning signs of self-harm and what do do about self-harm are discussed.
Our kids bring out big emotions in us. So what do we do with that big bad mad? Co-hosts Lori Wildenberg and Heather Riggleman discuss the mom anger and provide some tips on how to curb that big bad mad so we can get to the solution side of the problem. For more information on anger click here.
Our culture sends mixed messages. It beckons women to be powerful and respected. We are angered at #metoo interactions, we collectively cry out about the sex slave trafficking and we are made aware of its magnification during Superbowl weekend. Simultaneously society admires performers who entertain in a provocative manner. Lori Wildenberg and Heather Riggleman along with Moms Together Team Member, Linda Tang, discuss how we can equip our kids to successfully navigate their world.
Are you living in the House of Hormones? Do you have a teen? Toddler? Listen in as Moms Together team members, Lori Wildenberg and Elizabeth Spencer discuss how to navigate messy moods and remain calm, kind, and loving in the teen (or even toddler) emotional storm.
Every woman has a story about becoming a mom. Some dreamed of motherhood their whole lives and for others, motherhood came knocking in the most unexpected ways. In this show Lori and Heather talk about teenage motherhood, infertility, and adoption. Join Lori Wildenberg and Heather Riggleman on their first episode of the Moms Together Podcast.
The Moms Together Podcast is designed for just for you, a busy mom or grandmom. We’re Lori Wildenberg and Heather Riggleman. We host Moms Together on Facebook with a fantastic team of moms and we’re closing in on 20,000 moms. Many of us question how to navigate motherhood because life is messy and the struggle is real. Join us as we discuss topics close to your heart. Let's do this mom life together because we are better together!