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142: Triggers unloaded when you become a parent ... - The PedsDocTalk Podcast

All human relationships we carry can open up triggers from our past. Parenting is one of those moments where we may realize the good and the not so good we have carrier from our childhood. On this episode, I talk with Patrick Teahan who is a licen...

142: Triggers unloaded when you become a parent

All human relationships we carry can open up triggers from our past. Parenting is one of those moments where we may realize the good and the not so good we have carrier from our childhood. On this episode, I talk with Patrick Teahan who is a licensed clinical social worker and father about HOW and WHY parenting can open up triggers from childhood.

We discuss:

  • The subtle and not so subtle ways parenting opens up childhood triggers
  • What “inner-child” work is and why it’s important when you become a parent
  • How to approach triggers that arise in parenting in a healthy way

You can sign up to Patricks Monthly Healing Community at patrickteahantherapy.gumroad.com/l/monthlyhealingcircle

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