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Zen Parenting Radio

Todd and Cathy Adams

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Zen Parenting Radio

Zen Parenting Radio

Todd and Cathy Adams

44
Followers
153
Plays
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Zen Parenting is a weekly online radio discussion between a spiritual and emotional mom (Cathy Cassani Adams) and a logical and practical dad (Todd Adams). Anyone else living a life like that?

Latest Episodes

How To Connect To Your Kid- Podcast #555

Todd and Cathy discuss why connection necessitates letting go of needing and focusing more on understanding. They share a story of connecting with their daughter and why knowing her well was the key to engagement.

57 MIN3 d ago
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How To Connect To Your Kid- Podcast #555

Inhabit Your Life- Podcast #554

Cathy and Todd discuss the Zen parable about the monkey in the river and why it teaches us to find the aliveness of every moment, even if we are afraid or uncertain. They offer examples and analogies from The Karate Kid, Parenthood, Dead Poets Society and even High School Musical. They also discuss the importance of staying educated and continuing to integrate discussions about race into our parenting, and why we need to WEAR MASKS and demonstrate our care for each other and our communities.

55 MIN1 w ago
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Inhabit Your Life- Podcast #554

What Self-Care Really Is- Podcast #553

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

48 MIN2 w ago
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What Self-Care Really Is- Podcast #553

Truth Is Hard, But It's So Much Easier Podcast #552

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Truth Is Hard, But It's So Much Easier Podcast #552

Spiritual Bypassing & Race- Podcast #551

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

78 MINJUN 9
Comments
Spiritual Bypassing & Race- Podcast #551

Talk About Race- Podcast #550

Todd and Cathy discuss the protests and why self-awareness and being a student are essential when talking about race. They share who they learn from, why we need to speak up, and why dismantling racism in ourselves is necessary, difficult, and uncomfortable.

44 MINJUN 1
Comments
Talk About Race- Podcast #550

Questions To Love Podcast #549

Todd and Cathy discuss some of the questions from this New York Times article titled The 36 Questions That Lead to Love

52 MINMAY 27
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Questions To Love Podcast #549

What's Your 1 Thing? -Podcast #548

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

66 MINMAY 19
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What's Your 1 Thing? -Podcast #548

Content Vs Context- An Interview With Jim Dethmer Podcast #547

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

57 MINMAY 12
Comments
Content Vs Context- An Interview With Jim Dethmer Podcast #547

What Does Messy Look Like Podcast #546

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

76 MINMAY 5
Comments
What Does Messy Look Like Podcast #546

Latest Episodes

How To Connect To Your Kid- Podcast #555

Todd and Cathy discuss why connection necessitates letting go of needing and focusing more on understanding. They share a story of connecting with their daughter and why knowing her well was the key to engagement.

57 MIN3 d ago
Comments
How To Connect To Your Kid- Podcast #555

Inhabit Your Life- Podcast #554

Cathy and Todd discuss the Zen parable about the monkey in the river and why it teaches us to find the aliveness of every moment, even if we are afraid or uncertain. They offer examples and analogies from The Karate Kid, Parenthood, Dead Poets Society and even High School Musical. They also discuss the importance of staying educated and continuing to integrate discussions about race into our parenting, and why we need to WEAR MASKS and demonstrate our care for each other and our communities.

55 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Inhabit Your Life- Podcast #554

What Self-Care Really Is- Podcast #553

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

48 MIN2 w ago
Comments
What Self-Care Really Is- Podcast #553

Truth Is Hard, But It's So Much Easier Podcast #552

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Truth Is Hard, But It's So Much Easier Podcast #552

Spiritual Bypassing & Race- Podcast #551

Cathy and Todd discuss how spiritual bypassing (the use of spiritual practices and beliefs to avoid dealing with our painful feelings) can run counter to being a listener and learner when it comes to race. They discuss how spiritual bypassing has become normalized and separates us from the issues we need to work through when it comes to social justice, partnerships, parenting, or our own growth and development.

78 MINJUN 9
Comments
Spiritual Bypassing & Race- Podcast #551

Talk About Race- Podcast #550

Todd and Cathy discuss the protests and why self-awareness and being a student are essential when talking about race. They share who they learn from, why we need to speak up, and why dismantling racism in ourselves is necessary, difficult, and uncomfortable.

44 MINJUN 1
Comments
Talk About Race- Podcast #550

Questions To Love Podcast #549

Todd and Cathy discuss some of the questions from this New York Times article titled The 36 Questions That Lead to Love

52 MINMAY 27
Comments
Questions To Love Podcast #549

What's Your 1 Thing? -Podcast #548

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

66 MINMAY 19
Comments
What's Your 1 Thing? -Podcast #548

Content Vs Context- An Interview With Jim Dethmer Podcast #547

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

57 MINMAY 12
Comments
Content Vs Context- An Interview With Jim Dethmer Podcast #547

What Does Messy Look Like Podcast #546

Todd and Cathy discuss what it means to experience messy and how messy, but necessary, conversations can cause discomfort and uncertainty. They discuss why others are not always bad or wrong, and how we can see the nuance and grey in every situation. They discuss how enlightening or self-aware moments can look different for everybody, and how a Good Will Hunting moment isn’t the only example of catharsis.

76 MINMAY 5
Comments
What Does Messy Look Like Podcast #546
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