Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions!

Mom Enough: Parenting tips, research-based advice + a few personal confessions!

Latest Episodes

How to Cope with a Loved One’s Addiction: One Writer’s Story and Insights
January 24, 2022

Nearly half of Americans have a family member or friend who has or is struggling with an addiction to drugs. Based on data from the National Surveys on Drug Use and Health (NSDUHs), 2009 to 2014, appr

Social Media’s Impact on Children’s Mental Health: Practical Guidance for Families
January 17, 2022

Anxiety, depression, and other signs of emotional difficulty are at an all-time high among young people today. While many factors contribute to that pattern during these challenging times, experts inc

Self-Regulation in Preschool: Preparing for a Smooth Transition to Kindergarten
January 10, 2022

When we think of preparing a child for kindergarten, we often think of teaching them letters and numbers. But one of the most important skills for making a smooth transition to kindergarten is self-re

The Pandemic & Addiction in Young People: Personal Story, Professional Insight
January 03, 2022

The pandemic has been challenging for everyone. For young people, it has been especially difficult as so many of the normal rights of passage of youth have been disrupted. So, how has the pandemic cha

American Indian Children and Families: Beyond Lore and Stereotypes 
December 27, 2021

Many of us grew up with stereotypes of American Indians that came from movies, TV shows or even from limited, often unidimensional accounts in our history books. But, what are the things we and our ch

Holiday Cheer, Holiday Stress: How’s It Working for You?
December 20, 2021

This time of year often evokes a wide range of feelings – excitement, joy, sadness, longing or all of the above. Especially for moms, any and all of those emotions often come with holiday stress and a

Understanding and Preventing Youth Suicide with the Executive Director of SAVE
December 13, 2021

With so many young people experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety these days, parents often worry about the risk of youth suicide. And yes, suicide is the second leading cause of death among a

Comcast RISE: Supporting Small Business Owners of Color
December 06, 2021

Are you a small business owner of color? Or are you looking to support small business owners of color? Do you need support for your small business? Then you won't want to miss this episode of Mom Enou

Your Turn: Wisdom on Adulting from Julie Lythcott-Haims
December 04, 2021

Do you have a young adult child who is struggling with adulting? Are they finding it difficult to take on the many important tasks and responsibilities of adulthood? It's no surprise as college gets m

How Addiction Affects Children and How Children’s Programs Can Help
November 29, 2021

When a parent or other family member is struggling with addiction to alcohol or other drugs, children often pay a high price, whatever their age. They may feel scared, uncertain what to expect, unsure