Supermom is Getting Tired Podcast

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Are you a hardworking mom who gets tired from trying to do everything right? Do you struggle to relax, making parenting a burden instead of a joy? This podcast helps you release the pressure and guilt, while offering practical parenting advice so you can be the mom you want to be.

Recent Episodes

Interview with Dr. Dan Peters

Interview with Dr. Dan Peters When I was raising my sensitive, anxious, intelligent little boy, Dr. Dan Peters was a god send. He had an incredible way of explaining what was happening in my child, without making me feel like I wasn’t doing enough. So many parenting books triggered my inner perfectionist and left me … Read more…

Friendship conflicts: “You can’t come to my birthday party”

“You can’t come to my birthday party” – Dealing with friendship conflict Episode #59 “Our daughter seems to have good friends in general but somehow, at 5, there’s already drama! Every day someone tells another girl they won’t be their friend anymore or that they’re not invited to their birthday party next month etc. She … Read more…

Entertaining a young child so mom can work from home

Coaching Call – How to entertain a young child so mom can get work done? Episode #58 Listen in as I coach a mom trying to keep her 5 year old entertained while she works from home. Question of the Day: Today’s Question comes from Carola Fuertes. Carola is a weight loss coach looking for … Read more…

Youngest Child Syndrome

Episode 57 – Youngest Child Syndrome Question of the Day: “I have three kids, ages, 9, 6 and 2. My two year old is fiercely independent and loves to help around the house, cook, clean, and do everything the older two are doing. He’s hyper aware of what’s going on even if the adults are … Read more…

Where are my friends?

Mom friendships change as teens become more independent Question of the Day:  “My teenagers are getting older and more independent. I know I need to let go, but I’m having a hard time. I think what scares me the most is being alone. So many of my friendships were formed through my children’s activities (soccer … Read more…

Disrespectful kids leave stuff everywhere

Disrespectful kids leave stuff everywhere. Question of the Day: Dealing with Disrespectful Kids “My kids are so disrespectful! From the second they walk in the door, they throw their backpacks, shoes, jackets all over the house. They KNOW they are supposed to hang them up and put their lunch leftovers on the counter but they … Read more…

How do I help my “differently wired” kid make friends

Today’s Topic: How Do I Help My “Differently Wired” Kid? Here to help me answer this question is Debbie Reber, author of Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World   Debbie Reber is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, keynote speaker, and the founder of TiLT Parenting, a website, top … Read more…

My kids are staying up too late!

Today’s Topic: Kids Staying Up Too Late Dear Torie, “I am wondering what type of consequences to set for my 10-year-old daughter. She shares a room with her 12-year-old sister. I am having the toughest time with them falling asleep at night. From the moment my husband and I kiss them goodnight, it is almost … Read more…

Teenage sugar addict

Teenage Sugar Addict In Episode 49, I answered a question from Tina about her pre-teen daughter possibly dealing with sugar addiction. This topic isn’t talked about much in parenting circles. Hence, I thought it would be good to dedicate another episode to it. This comes after the last two weeks of chocolates, candy canes, gingerbread … Read more…

kids calm down

Nothing I say gets my kids to calm down

Episode 51 – Nothing I say gets my kids to calm down Dear Torie, I have four-year-old twins that are delightful most of the time. They are full of energy and love to chase each other around the house, wrestle with each other, scream, etc. The problem comes when I need them to calm down. … Read more…