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The Taming of the Shrew is one of Shakespeare's earliest comedies, and was inspired by classical Roman comedy and the Italian commedia dell'arte. Baptista Minola, a rich gentleman of Padua, has two daughters: Katherina, renowned for her sharp tongue, and Bianca, who is sought after by multiple suitors. Baptista decides that Bianca cannot marry until her elder sister finds a husband. Enter Petruchio, who has come to "wive it wealthily in Padua," and who is convinced by Bianca's suitors to woo ...
 
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This week I speak with Prema, a mom who felt like her softer personality was no match for her eldest child's strong will. Together we talk about what it's like to raise these intense, highly-sensitive kids, and we explore what is possible for us as parents when we learn how to truly rise to the challenge.…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Karen, a mom who was deeply worried about her son's lack of emotional regulation. She had tried everything she could but nothing was working. Her experience of parenting and his experience of childhood were both feeling heavy until luckily she found support in building her own personal way of parenting. Now her whole f…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Jayne, a mom who used to feel afraid of her daughter's big feelings until she learned the secret to defusing her little one's volatility. Today, there is nothing but what she calls a "torrent of love" between them. Listen in and learn more about how this transformation happened.…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Tara, a mother she interviewed back in Season 1, episode 2 of the Mother Flipping Awesome Podcast. The first episode was recorded at the very beginning of Tara's mentorship program with Abigail, and this one 18 months later, post-graduation. The time between them may be small, but the difference in Tara is immense. For…
 
This week Abigail speaks with lactation consultant Debra Page about the emotional wisdom we mothers pass down to each other through the generations. We also discuss the rather incredible fact that we can pass this gift of motherhood to one another even if we don't get it from our own moms. *Trigger warning* This episode contains some intense and pe…
 
This week Abigail speaks with her very own husband, Eric Wald, and asks him what it has felt like for him to be the father of their kids all these years. Eric gets behind the mic for this tell-all episode that pulls back the curtain on what fatherhood is like at the Wald house!Autor: Abigail Wald
 
This week Abigail speaks with Dr. Sarah Davis and Evie Granville, M.Ed. of Modern Manners for Moms & Dads. We all share personal stories about some of the sticky social situations we have found ourselves in, and Sarah and Evie share the framework they've created for how we can better handle them next time!…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Master Paul Monje about the ways in which martial arts can help a child learn respect and resilience, uplevel their academics, and gain positive social skills. Whether you are looking to help your child prevent bullying, or make it to the Olympics, this is the episode for you.…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Julie Lythcott-Haims, about her latest book "Your Turn: How to Be an Adult." This funny, heartbreaking, and deeply inspirational talk between two new friends examines the skill-sets today's kids must learn in order to become tomorrow's thriving grown-ups. A must-listen, no matter how old you are!…
 
This week Abigail and leadership coach Heather Chauvin, author of “Dying to Be a Good Mother,” have a frank and personal discussion about the ways mothers sometimes don’t care for ourselves until it’s too late. We talk about why this deep-rooted problem needs to change, and how we can each personally begin to shift it.…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Junnifa Uzodike about her new book with Simone Davies: "The Montessori Baby". We talk about the importance of learning to listen to and co-create with our children now while they are young, and how this helps lay the groundwork for them to listen to and co-create with US when they are older.…
 
This week I speak with Dr. Debi Silber about why betrayal is different from other kinds of trauma, and how we can build our lives back after a betrayal has shaken our foundations. She also shares with us her own personal story of divorcing and later remarrying the same man, and how she and her kids made it through better than ever.…
 
This week I speak with Jen Mielke from StyleCrush.co all about clothing sustainability. Whether you're already fashion-forward, or you haven't updated your clothes since your babies spat up on them, listen in to learn how sustainable reuse and/or vintage style can help our planet and make you look chic while you're doing it. The earth and your pock…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Lindsay Manfredi, a mom and a rock star, about how she transformed her difficult times and created her own "happy normal." She shares with us her life and parenting philosophy, as she lays it out in her new book "Unfuckwithable: A Guide to Inspired Badassery." Um, warning: this episode is EXPLICIT.…
 
This week Abigail speaks with Kelsey Komorowski of Komo Consulting about how we can finally put an end to the Parent/Child homework battles. The answer: get our kids in touch with their own thinking processes and their own goals, so they can stop "dreading to study" and start "loving to learn."Autor: Abigail Wald
 
This week Abigail speaks with Ted Bunch and Anna Marie Johnson Teague about their new manual for young boys called The Book of Dares: 100 WAYS FOR BOYS TO BE KIND, BOLD, AND BRAVE. We discuss how they are using the playful idea of "dares" to help boys expand their worldview, develop deep respect toward girls and non-binary kids, and generally hold …
 
In this episode Abigail speaks with Merel Kriegsman, Women's Wealth Advocate and Business Mentor. We discuss what it is like to be mothers and CEOs of our businesses and our families. We talk about how we women can - and must - transform our relationship to wanting, and making money, in order to create the emotional and financial lineage we wish fo…
 
In this episode Abigail speaks with Digital Media Wellness Specialist Julia Storm about the pressures parents feel around screentime. Do we give it, withhold it, or just go mad from it? And how do we define a new normal given all that has happened this past year? Listen in and find out why not all screentime is the same, why we should sometimes let…
 
In this episode Abigail speaks with Lindsay Gardner about her new book Why We Cook: Women on Food, Identity and Connection. The women in its pages remind us that it’s in the kitchen, in the field, and around the table that many women around the world do their most vital work as human beings. The result is an inspiring, empowering, and moving celebr…
 
In this episode Abigail speaks with Stephanie Thornton Plymale, author of American Daughter, about her deeply troubled relationship with her mentally ill mother, her family history which dates back to the American Revolution, and how she rose above it all to become the incredibly successful head of a family of her own, a business, and a charity. Li…
 
Abigail interviews Janet Allison, founder of Boys Alive! to discuss what boys need more of - and less of - in our society, in order to be the amazing force for good that they can be. We talk about our shared connection with Michael Gurian, the preschool-to-prison pipeline, and how to help our boys tame their sometimes aggressive tendencies through …
 
Sometimes we come from somewhere hard. We know it's not what we want to pass on; yet it's written in our bodies, and sometimes it comes out in our words and actions. We parents CAN recode ourselves in the present, and alter the trajectory for our children's future. On this Open Community Call, Abigail shares the tried and true journey she takes par…
 
Some kids listen easily. Maybe even some of YOUR kids. But ooh, there's that ONE that just seems to drum to his own beat. No worries. I'll happily slip you their sheet music. ;) Listen in to this episode, and I will show you the secret to how you can ask that child to do things in a way that will have them saying yes, and how to tell them no when y…
 
You were you. Then you had kids. And suddenly now you're the grown up in the room. Uh oh. What if you don't know how to be the one with all the answers? What if parenthood has you feeling removed from whom you used to be, and confused about whom you are even becoming? On this episode, Abigail features a recording of a live group coaching call she r…
 
After a long 2020 hiatus, Abigail Wald and the Mother Flipping Awesome podcast are back, closing out Season Two with this one last "Myth of Parenting" - our unspoken belief that there is one "right" way to parent - and reminding you that the only right way to parent is the one that is right for YOU and YOUR children. Tune in next week for the first…
 
In part 3 of the 4 Top Myths of Motherhood, we debunk Myth #3, that parenting is personal, not political. Abigail explains that parenting is indeed "doubly political" - not only is our parenting deeply affected by politics, but our parenting can also affect politics in turn. Together, we will look at some of the gender-based, economic, racial, cult…
 
In this episode, Abigail takes on the holy grail of parenting: the idea that kids need consequences and that we have to be the ones to give it to them. She shares with you the story of a daddy and some Sunday morning pancakes and through that, she introduces you to her concept of pre-work, which helps you turn the inevitable moments of discipline i…
 
The first in a 4- part series examining the myths of motherhood. This week we’re looking at rage and what it means if we have it. So many of us good mothers (me included) have found ourselves in moments of explosion, shocked that we have a dark side to our love. In this episode, Abigail explores 3 core sources for this rage and shares how rage is a…
 
Parenting can feel relentless, so we get used to over-riding our own needs. We think "who else is going to do it if I don't" but perhaps the better question is "if I don't take care of myself, who will?" I give you my "tap out strategy" so you can take the break you need even if you're single parenting. Because we both know you can't give to others…
 
While brunch at your favorite restaurant, or a day at the spa may not be in the cards for you this particular Mother's Day, you can take plenty of heart in the fact that one thing Covid-19 has not cancelled is motherhood. Turns out we are indeed among the most essential workers of all. So while your crew will most certainly pour some love on you, t…
 
Sometimes parenting can feel darn lonely. And that's hard, because the stakes are pretty high, and to feel all alone in it can be tough. So whether you are feeling overwhelmed because of single parenting, illness, trauma, unreconciled parenting styles, or any other reason, listen in and find strength as Abigail shares this MindFlip that can help yo…
 
Boy, oh boy. We mamas thought we were tired before (and guess what, we weren't wrong!). And now, in the blink of an eye we've gone from planning Spring Break to preparing Quarantine Snacks. But Even in the midst of all the chaos, we mamas still have power: the power to mind the darkness for the bits of gold, and to tell this story in the best we ca…
 
Have you ever wondered how long it takes to teach your kid something and have them actually learn it? Let's be honest, we parents think that the second we say it, our kids should do it. But how realistic is that timing? Listen in as Abigail helps you see that your kids may be learning a whole lot more than you think, even when it looks like they ma…
 
If we had all the time in the world, and schedules didn't matter, parenting would be a lot easier. But baby wakes up at 6:30, school starts at 8:15, soccer is at 3:45, and bedtime is 7:30 sharp. How can we get our little ones working with us instead of against us? Listen in as Abigail continues her month long exploration on time and how it affects …
 
Abigail's mission is to help every mother reach her full potential and become the most powerful person she can be. Listen in as she shares the before and after stories of five mamas who joined her in the 2019 Transformation Team Project. These stories serve as an invitation to take YOUR first step towards transformation.…
 
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