Raising Parents 2.0
A family, kids podcast from Saloni Singh
Raising Parents is a Self-help podcast for parents. Dr Saloni Singh, India’s leading life, self-mastery and family coach, an authority on parenting and mental health, talks about life and parenting, to simplify ways to handle mental, emotional and relationship challenges, whether you are parent of a toddler, tween, or adolescent. Saloni is on a mission to help parents raise themselves to be their best and happiest version so they can naturally raise happy children.In season 2, Saloni is interviewing leaders and coaches from all walks of life, to help you give a perspective on how to “Create a Life that you love living” - a life of ease and peace and joy! So you can pass the same to your children as well.Let’s dive into how to become aware, conscious and mindful individuals as parents and in all our roles.
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Before Mar 2021, this podcast was hosted on Anchor.
Before Sep 2021, this podcast was hosted on Buzzsprout.
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