The Jane and Bea Show: Episode 5

I love co-hosting with Jane Evans and hope you enjoy our podcast as much as we love recording it. It continues to be the place in which we get to talk about everything and anything that relates to the work she and I do.

In this episode, we explore the topic of consent while navigating the teenage years. 

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Control


Letting go of control is one of the hardest things I’ve had to do in my journey to Yes Parenting.

Raising a human is an epic role and carries significant responsibility. It’s understandable we want to do everything in our power to get it right.

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The Jane and Bea Show: Episode 4

I love co-hosting with Jane Evans and hope you enjoy our podcast as much as we love recording it. It continues to be the place in which we get to talk about everything and anything that relates to the work she and I do.

In this episode, we explores the topic of consent and look at when we need to start introducing this concept to our children.

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Find a Yes


If you don’t take care of your own needs you will very quickly run out of resources to meet the needs of your children.

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The Jane and Bea Show: Episode 2

I am so excited to share episode number 2 of my podcast with you!

I love co-hosting with Jane Evans. We always have such fun together. Our podcast continues to be the place in which we get to talk about everything and anything that relates to the work she and I do. I hope that you’ll enjoy it as much as we do!
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Love and hate


Following on from last week's post, I want to shed some light on this idea of love and hate.

They are both feelings AND actions.

It is absolutely possible to both love and hate someone at the same time. In my role as parent I have known that more intensely than in any other relationship.

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“Of course I love my child”.


I have heard parents say, “Of course I love my child.” And it’s true.

I believe that even an abusive or neglectful parent loves their child. The degree to which they are able to show that love depends on so many things that come together - resources, experience, trauma, understanding and so on.

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