Vulnerability can be challenging. And our two pals from Pixar's Ratatouille, Remy and Alfredo Linguini, both experience vulnerability in different ways during the movie.

In this episode of the Magical Mindset Moments Podcast, Jen presents three distinct types of vulnerability for us to discuss, as well as tools and strategies for us to use when we navigate these tricky, stressful situations.

How we show up for ourselves and for others in these moments really matters. And, as parents, we're called to process our own stuff so we can be grounded in these hard times and learn how to support ourselves as well as our nearest and dearest as they make mistakes or have vulnerable moments too.

This episode is a great place to start getting the tools, strategies, and support you need to do just that. Let's get to it!

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This Week's Big Think

Where are you vulnerable right now? Who are you in connection with that is experiencing vulnerability? How can you respond to minimize the mess and maximize the magic? 

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