Working Parent Resource

The Working Parent Resource is a place where we have thoughtful discussions, share personal stories, and provide practical advice for ambitious working parents who actually want to enjoy being a working parent. Every week we tackle a brand new topic related to working parenthood to help you overcome your biggest obstacles, reach new insights, and make important changes in your life. Topics will include time management and life balance, marriage and relationships, child development and parenting tools, self care, mindfulness, and a whole lot more! Come join us!
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Feb 1, 2017

Episode Summary:

Today we’re chatting with Judy Tsuei.  Judy Tsuei moved from Kauai in Hawaii to pursue van-living with her little `ohana (family) and she's the proud mama of an almost 2-year old named Wilder Love Fox. Along the way, she authored a highly reviewed book, “Meditations for Mamas: You Deserve to Feel Good,” and offers nurturing coaching programs to empower new mamas to thrive in their bodies, relationships, and identities throughout the 4th Trimester and beyond.

Our show today is all about finding yourself again after becoming a parent, and we dive specifically into the challenges and struggles that can come up for moms during that postpartum phase of parenthood.  Judy is an expert on helping new moms integrate who they used to be before having kids into who they are becoming after they have a new baby.  She has some wonderfully deep and practical advice for you moms out there who really feel like you’ve given up who you are now that you’re a mom (even if your kids are older now). 

What You’ll Learn in This Episode:

  • You’ll hear a very honest and vulnerable account of our guest’s journey into parenthood, including her struggles with postpartum depression, finding her own identity after a lifetime of being on her own, and how she was able to grow through the transition.
  • We talk about how our relationships can change with others when we become parents.
  • And you’ll learn how you can take care of yourself and touch base with who you really are when so much in your life feels new and different. 


Show Notes:

Resources & Links Mentioned in this Episode:

Judy Tsuei Website

Judy Tsuei Twitter

Judy Tsuei Instagram

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About the Working Parent Resource:

The Working Parent Resource is dedicated to helping ambitious working parents acquire the information, insights, and tools they need to create a more intentional and fulfilling life that reflects their deepest values and priorities.  Sarah Argenal, the host of the Working Parent Resource Podcast, has her Master’s degree in Counseling Psychology with an emphasis on Marriage and Family Therapy and Adult Development, and is a Certified Professional Coach with over 15 years of experience in counseling, coaching, teaching, course development, and project management. You can access episode Show Notes and learn more about the Working Parent Resource at

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