Dr. Meg talks with financial expert and author Rachel Cruze about her new book Love Your Life Not Theirs. They discuss kids and money, specifically contentment and comparisons that parents face and how that impacts their children. This episode also features Dr. Meg’s Points To Ponder as well as a featured social question about a mother who is trying to be less explosive with her child.
0:27 – WELCOME
1:20 – PARENTING TOOL – Dr. Meg’s books
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2:27 – A CONVERSATION WITH RACHEL CRUZE (PART 1)
Dr. Meg talks to Rachel about kids and money. Rachel’s new book Love Your Life Not Theirs is available at rachelcruze.com.
21:38 – TAKE THE SURVEY AND SUPPORT THE PODCAST
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22:44 – A CONVERSATION WITH RACHEL CRUZE (PART 2)
Dr. Meg concludes her conversation with Rachel about kids and money.
27:15 – POINTS TO PONDER
Dr. Meg shares her three points for you that are parent ready to start today!
35:34 – LET’S GET SOCIAL
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Dr. Meg answers an email question from a mom who has explosions and yells at her child. She asks Dr. Meg for any tips on how to avoid the behavior.
41:23 – PARENT PEP RALLY
42:58 – CALL TO ACTION
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