Parenting For Sanity + Social Change

We’re Hannah & Kelty of Upbringing- twins, certified parent coaches + speakers who help caregivers across the globe transcend daily conflict with their kids for sanity + social change.

Most of us had no idea what magical mindset + sensitive skill set would be required to successfully navigate daily drama with our beloved, infuriating kids... No shame in that! From meltdowns to aggression to sibling rivalry to putting down the screen or getting out the door fully dressed + on time, managing kids’ big feelings + challenging behaviors was never meant to be done solo, let alone perfectly.

We’re here to teach you creative, research-based ways to overcome daily obstacles with your sensitive + strong-willed kids, nurturing critical skills like consent, compassion, curiosity + creativity along the way. Our podcast episodes are Live, unscripted Q&As– reach out if you have a question or challenge you’d like us to discuss!

Learning to parent our kids with more connection and less control can feel radical and even impossible at first- we get it. We invite you to explore our shame-free, research-based offerings, each designed to help you heal yourself, nurture your kids + transform our collective future for the better.

Let’s Show Up + Grow Up!

To learn more about us, our speaking services, coaching program, membership collective and shop goods, visit www.Upbringing.co

Where can you listen?

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Questions & Answers

How many episodes are there of Upbringing?

There are 164 episodes avaiable of Upbringing.

What is Upbringing about?

We have categorized Upbringing as:

  • Kids & Family
  • Education
  • Self-Improvement
  • Parenting

Where can you listen to Upbringing?

Upbringing is available, among others places, on:

  • Apple Podcasts
  • Podtail
  • Google Podcasts

When did Upbringing start?

The first episode of Upbringing that we have available was released 22 September 2018.

Who creates the podcast Upbringing?

Upbringing is produced and created by Parenting For Sanity + Social Change.