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Mamas In Midlife

Lisa Lewis

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Mamas In Midlife

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Lisa Lewis

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Lisa is a Licensed Master Social Worker who currently works as a mental health therapist. She started the Mamas in Midlife Podcast to offer midlife moms hope and encouragement as they navigate this stage of life. As a mental health professional she also offers tools women can immediately use and implement, ultimately bringing greater peace and hope in their lives. Come join her on the Mama in Midlife Journey.

Latest Episodes

24. My Kids Are Growing Up- Now What?

My kids are growing up- now what? Have you ever ask yourself this questions? When kids start leaving home it can sometimes be a tricky time for moms, at least it was for me! Learn some helpful tips to navigate this this life changing event in this weeks podcast!

11 min2 d ago
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24. My Kids Are Growing Up- Now What?

23. Codependency Part 2

What does the road to recovery look like from codependency? This episode dives into that specific topic. https://risingwoman.com/healing-codependency-and-love-addiction/ https://www.mhanational.org/issues/co-dependency

10 min1 w ago
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23. Codependency Part 2

22. Codependency Part 1

Part 1 of the podcast on Codependency discusses specifically what codependency is, describes behavior patterns that are exhibited, where codependency often originates from, and some specific examples of codependency. Ultimately codependency is an intense desire to be accepted with trade-off being our own voice or needs. https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/codependency-narcissism-may-have-more-in-common-than-you-think-0807187 https://coda.org/meeting-materials/patterns-and-characteristics-2011/ https://www.treehouserehab.org/addiction-and-codependency/ http://thefocusonyou.com/codependency-love-story/ https://www.goodtherapy.org/learn-about-therapy/issues/codependency#:~:text=Codependency%20is%20usually%20rooted%20in,are%20not%20worth%20attending%20to.

12 min2 w ago
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22. Codependency Part 1

21. Helping vs. Enabling

We all have people in our lives that we love. As we love others it's very much part of human nature to want to help them as well. This episode explains how to know when we have crossed over the line from helping to enabling. https://alexanderberardi.com/2015/09/14/the-struggle-is-part-of-our-story/#:~:text=There's%20a%20story%20often%20attributed,inside%20is%20a%20beautiful%20butterfly. https://psychcentral.com/blog/what-is-the-difference-between-supporting-and-enabling/ https://www.drldabney.com/article/how-to-stop-enabling/

11 min3 w ago
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21. Helping vs. Enabling

20. Seeking Approval From Others

In this podcast I share the children’s book You are Special by Max Lucado to illustrate how we sometimes seek for the approval of others in order to feel better or to believe something about ourselves. Come and learn what the remedy is to approval seeking from others!

11 minAUG 24
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20. Seeking Approval From Others

19. Small Steps Towards Change

Have you found yourself wanting to make changes and achieve success in certain areas of your life but you don’t know where to start? Or maybe you started with making changes but then stop after you didn’t see results. Today’s episode discusses ways we can make changes through small, consistent efforts. Reference: Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

13 minAUG 17
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19. Small Steps Towards Change

18. Anxiety With McKell Kristen

In this podcast I interview McKell Kristen who is a Life Coach for Relationship Anxiety. McKell is very knowledgeable about anxiety and offers great insights about how to recognize it and ideas on how to manage it. If you would like to reach out to McKell she can be found at: McKellKristen.com Instagram @ McKellKristen and her podcast is "Relationship Anxiety"

32 minAUG 10
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18. Anxiety With McKell Kristen

17. 5 Tips To Parenting Young Adult Children

We spend many years raising our children. It’s no surprise that many moms go through a BIG adjustment when their children leave home. We still want to “help” our children because that is what we have done for SO MANY years. It can be a HUGE adjustment for moms! Moms may find themselves struggling with feeling needed and also with knowing when to step in and when not to in their adult children’s lives. This podcast discuss 5 tips to parenting young adult children. I hope you find it helpful!

11 minAUG 1
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17. 5 Tips To Parenting Young Adult Children

16. There's No Such Thing As A Dragon- Acknowledging Emotions

When it comes to dealing with negative emotions do you find that you want to run away from them, go and eat some yummy cookies, or indulge in a shopping spree in an effort to avoid them? In this episode I share a children’s book called, “There’s No Such Thing as a Dragon” by Jack Kent. I connect the content of the book to what we may do with our emotions! I hope you enjoy this episode!

15 minJUL 27
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16. There's No Such Thing As A Dragon- Acknowledging Emotions

15. Improving Mental Health- Start With The Basics

When thinking of improving our mental health there may be some uncertainty with where to start. I’ve seen the importance of starting with the basics as a foundational piece to improved mental health. This podcasts explains the basics and how to evaluate what might be needed in our lives. https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-eating/eat-smart/fats/dietary-fats https://www.24life.com/the-nutrition-basics-how-to-best-fuel-your-body/ https://www.webmd.com/diet/features/6-reasons-to-drink-water#1 https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/sleep-deprivation-and-deficiency https://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/basics/pa-health/index.htm

11 minJUL 20
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15. Improving Mental Health- Start With The Basics

Latest Episodes

24. My Kids Are Growing Up- Now What?

My kids are growing up- now what? Have you ever ask yourself this questions? When kids start leaving home it can sometimes be a tricky time for moms, at least it was for me! Learn some helpful tips to navigate this this life changing event in this weeks podcast!

11 min2 d ago
Comments
24. My Kids Are Growing Up- Now What?

23. Codependency Part 2

What does the road to recovery look like from codependency? This episode dives into that specific topic. https://risingwoman.com/healing-codependency-and-love-addiction/ https://www.mhanational.org/issues/co-dependency

10 min1 w ago
Comments
23. Codependency Part 2

22. Codependency Part 1

Part 1 of the podcast on Codependency discusses specifically what codependency is, describes behavior patterns that are exhibited, where codependency often originates from, and some specific examples of codependency. Ultimately codependency is an intense desire to be accepted with trade-off being our own voice or needs. https://www.goodtherapy.org/blog/codependency-narcissism-may-have-more-in-common-than-you-think-0807187 https://coda.org/meeting-materials/patterns-and-characteristics-2011/ https://www.treehouserehab.org/addiction-and-codependency/ http://thefocusonyou.com/codependency-love-story/ https://www.goodtherapy.org/learn-about-therapy/issues/codependency#:~:text=Codependency%20is%20usually%20rooted%20in,are%20not%20worth%20attending%20to.

12 min2 w ago
Comments
22. Codependency Part 1

21. Helping vs. Enabling

We all have people in our lives that we love. As we love others it's very much part of human nature to want to help them as well. This episode explains how to know when we have crossed over the line from helping to enabling. https://alexanderberardi.com/2015/09/14/the-struggle-is-part-of-our-story/#:~:text=There's%20a%20story%20often%20attributed,inside%20is%20a%20beautiful%20butterfly. https://psychcentral.com/blog/what-is-the-difference-between-supporting-and-enabling/ https://www.drldabney.com/article/how-to-stop-enabling/

11 min3 w ago
Comments
21. Helping vs. Enabling

20. Seeking Approval From Others

In this podcast I share the children’s book You are Special by Max Lucado to illustrate how we sometimes seek for the approval of others in order to feel better or to believe something about ourselves. Come and learn what the remedy is to approval seeking from others!

11 minAUG 24
Comments
20. Seeking Approval From Others

19. Small Steps Towards Change

Have you found yourself wanting to make changes and achieve success in certain areas of your life but you don’t know where to start? Or maybe you started with making changes but then stop after you didn’t see results. Today’s episode discusses ways we can make changes through small, consistent efforts. Reference: Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

13 minAUG 17
Comments
19. Small Steps Towards Change

18. Anxiety With McKell Kristen

In this podcast I interview McKell Kristen who is a Life Coach for Relationship Anxiety. McKell is very knowledgeable about anxiety and offers great insights about how to recognize it and ideas on how to manage it. If you would like to reach out to McKell she can be found at: McKellKristen.com Instagram @ McKellKristen and her podcast is "Relationship Anxiety"

32 minAUG 10
Comments
18. Anxiety With McKell Kristen

17. 5 Tips To Parenting Young Adult Children

We spend many years raising our children. It’s no surprise that many moms go through a BIG adjustment when their children leave home. We still want to “help” our children because that is what we have done for SO MANY years. It can be a HUGE adjustment for moms! Moms may find themselves struggling with feeling needed and also with knowing when to step in and when not to in their adult children’s lives. This podcast discuss 5 tips to parenting young adult children. I hope you find it helpful!

11 minAUG 1
Comments
17. 5 Tips To Parenting Young Adult Children

16. There's No Such Thing As A Dragon- Acknowledging Emotions

When it comes to dealing with negative emotions do you find that you want to run away from them, go and eat some yummy cookies, or indulge in a shopping spree in an effort to avoid them? In this episode I share a children’s book called, “There’s No Such Thing as a Dragon” by Jack Kent. I connect the content of the book to what we may do with our emotions! I hope you enjoy this episode!

15 minJUL 27
Comments
16. There's No Such Thing As A Dragon- Acknowledging Emotions

15. Improving Mental Health- Start With The Basics

When thinking of improving our mental health there may be some uncertainty with where to start. I’ve seen the importance of starting with the basics as a foundational piece to improved mental health. This podcasts explains the basics and how to evaluate what might be needed in our lives. https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-eating/eat-smart/fats/dietary-fats https://www.24life.com/the-nutrition-basics-how-to-best-fuel-your-body/ https://www.webmd.com/diet/features/6-reasons-to-drink-water#1 https://www.nhlbi.nih.gov/health-topics/sleep-deprivation-and-deficiency https://www.cdc.gov/physicalactivity/basics/pa-health/index.htm

11 minJUL 20
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15. Improving Mental Health- Start With The Basics
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