The world of parenting is full of stereotypes and toxic narratives, which can be even harder to deal with when you’re a parent managing chronic pain, neurodivergence, or anything that doesn’t fit the mold of “normal”. Learning strategies and methods of coping that work for your needs will help smooth out the journey of parenthood. This week, episode 45 of Poised & Powerful Podcast is about parenting with chronic pain and self-regulation as a parent!
Want to know more about what to do to take care of yourself when you’re tense, stressed, or overstimulated? Bookmark my free Nervous System Slowdown playlist to build some bite-sized bodymind practices into your day. https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5dXuxUdFQYYE6xxDZwwxTX?si=KUdjv-cWSNqmKng52Zanjg
Graeson Harris-Young is the owner of and creator behind This Might Help Us, where he educates people on how their brains and bodies work in practical ways that let them feel, move, and live better. Since 2016 he has worked in embodiment coaching with hundreds of people, including folks living with many forms of chronic pain as well as people who depend professionally on their bodies such as actors, dancers, and athletes. Graeson also has experience working with trauma in the body and has taught movement at a dozen or so universities and conservatories.
In this episode of Poised & Powerful Podcast, Graeson and I discuss the following:
To check out Graeson’s FREE Posture Detox course, head to https://thismighthelp.us/.
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Ep. 28 How to Keep House While Drowning with KC Davis for building your own systems while chronically ill or neurodivergent.
https://alexandertechniquescience.com/ for scientific research on posture, movement, and pain science in our practice of Alexander Technique.