214. Strengthening Your Mom Network, with Jody Moore

The role of mother can be very lonely. We don’t want to blab our teen’s struggles to our friends, we are pulled in every direction, trying to be there for everyone, all while the list of things to do grows by the day. Why is it important to have friends amidst the chaos and how does one go about fostering meaningful friendships amongst everything else? 

This is exactly what Jody and I discuss today in Pivot Parenting. Women need each other and this isn’t a selfish thing. Listen in as we break it down and Jody gives us the one hack to remember in friendly interactions. 

To learn more about parenting your teen and order my best seller, How I Fixed My Teen, please visit me at heatherfrazier.com

About my guest:

After having her first two kids, Jody Moore struggled with work/life balance, embracing
motherhood, and liking herself. As an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of
Latter-day Saints she felt guilty for not loving the role of mother and wife, and turned
to life coaching for help. The transformation she experienced not only helped her at
work and at home, it strengthened her testimony of Christ leading her to dive into
learning the tools of coaching and to leave her position as a corporate leadership
coach to launch her own coaching practice. Jody is certified through The Life Coach
School and completed Master Coach Certification in 2018.
Today, as an LDS Life Coach, Jody has helped tens of thousands of people through her
top-rated podcast Better Than Happy as well as her coaching membership program Be
Bold. She has 4 children ages 7 – 17 and resides in Spokane, Washington with them,
her husband, and their French bulldog Finn, mini cavapoo Milo, and cat Oscar.

Website: https://jodymoore.com/masterclass/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jodymoorecoaching/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jodymoorecoaching/

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Hi, there. I’m Heather.

I can teach you how to give up the guilt and improve your relationship with your teen or young adult. I am trained to listen to my clients in a unique way and locate the root of the problem. I never tell you what you should do, but rather help you see more clearly so that you can decide what is best for you.

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