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Potty Accidents, Bedwetting, and Constipation with Dr. Steve Hodges

 00:00:00    Alyssa

You're listening to Voices of Your Village and, boy, do I have an episode for you today. I have not stopped talking about this or thinking about it, to be honest. I've had so many conversations with people in my real life after having recorded this episode. I got to hang out with Dr. Steve Hodges. He's a professor of pediatric urology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine. He's a leading authority on childhood toileting issues, and he's dedicated to debunking common myths surrounding daytime and bedtime wetting and poop accidents. He emphasizes that these issues are never a child's fault. Dr. Hodges, residing in Winston -Salem, North Carolina,...

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How to Balance Infant Feeding with Parental Mental Health with Victoria Facelli, IBCLC

 

 

00:00:00    Alyssa

You're listening to Voices of Your Village, and today I get to hang out with Victoria Facelli, the author of Feed the Baby. And I want to let you know that we recorded this episode back when I was still pregnant. And so you'll hear some of that in this of like, what does it look like for me in this season? It's a pretty personal episode. Victoria took me on a ride and we got to chat about how to balance infant feeding with parental mental health. This is such a huge topic. I personally have been through this and just feel like every time friends of mine are having kids, those first few weeks and months are so wrapped up in feeding and...

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The Key to Self Control with OT Kelly Mahler

00:00:00    Alyssa

You're listening to Voices of Your Village, and I get to dive in with occupational therapist Kelly Mahler, all about really the key to, I would say, navigating life from a well -being standpoint. We get to chat about interoception. This is one of the sensory systems that I think is so often overlooked, and I think it's the cornerstone for mental wellness. It definitely is the cornerstone for accessing self -control. So often we want kids to control their words, control their actions, like, ask for things kindly, all that jazz, and the reality is they can't do that if they don't first have interoceptive awareness, if they aren't aware of what's happening...

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