Today is part of Mental Health Awareness Week in the UK and this is a special bonus episode.
Default parenting is a phenomenon where one parent is assumed to have the primary responsibility for parenting tasks, even when both parents are present. This can lead to a lopsided distribution of parenting duties and create tension and resentment within the family dynamic.
In this episode, we explore the topic of default parenting and its impact on families. Our guest shares her personal experiences with default parenting and provides insights on how to recognize and address this issue. We discuss strategies for creating a more equitable and supportive parenting dynamic, including communication, delegation, and setting boundaries.
Karah Gonstead is a mom to an adventurous little boy, a wife, a business owner, a practicing psychotherapist, and an adjunct social work professor in the social work department at the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire.
From a young age she knew she wanted to ‘help others,’ and is so thankful to be living out her passions. She loves beautiful sunsets and sunrises and being out in nature during the warmer months.
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