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What Every Woman Should Know
17 minutes | Apr 14, 2021
Advocating for Your Student
This week, Sarah sits down with Kim, a passionate educator and advocate with 17 years of experience in education. Together, they discuss the nuances and importance of supporting your child in the classroom, especially during this difficult time.Sarah and Kim discuss the delicate balance between allowing your child to stand up for themselves and stepping in as a parent. They cover the top three most common mistakes when supporting your student, best practices when approaching these conversations, and how to build a strong parent-teacher-student relationship.Every kid deserves a champion, someone to have their back, no matter how old they are. Listen today to learn how to better support your student!
16 minutes | Apr 7, 2021
Episode 4: Death of a Spouse
Nobody wants to plan for the unthinkable, but on this week’s podcast, Sarah is back with financial advisor Jill to discuss the importance of planning for the worst-case scenario: the death of a spouse. Covering everything from seeking support, hiring help, and managing your money, Sarah’s first-hand experience and Jill’s financial expertise come together in an intimate conversation, filled with reliable advice on why it’s important to plan for tragedy before it happens.
15 minutes | Mar 31, 2021
Episode 3: Financing Divorce
Divorce - nobody wants to talk about it, but it’s happening at a growing rate to couples across the county. This week, Sarah is joined by financial advisor Jill, who has decades of experience advising women through divorce.A financial advisor can help guide you through everything from taking stock of your combined assets, negotiating alimony to planning for your future and smart investing. Join Sarah and Jill as they dive into this complicated, difficult, and emotional topic on our third episode of W2W’s What Every Woman Should Know.
16 minutes | Mar 24, 2021
Episode 2: Mental Health and COVID-19
With the increased isolation due to the current global pandemic, conversations around mental health have never been more important. This week, Sarah is joined by licensed Marriage and Family psychotherapist, Angela, to talk about therapy and COVID-19.During these uncertain times, Sarah and Angela discuss approaching therapy and advice to navigating the mental health challenges of the moment. From transitioning to virtual therapy sessions, reaching new populations and an influx of patients, Angela shares her perspective as a private practice owner working through the pandemic.Listen in to learn more and hear Angela’s top three tips for improving your mental health!
24 minutes | Mar 15, 2021
Episode 1: Running for Office
Join Women2Women Founder and President Sarah Chamberlain in the first episode of W2W’s new weekly podcast, What Every Woman Should Know. On our first episode, Sarah sits down with Kate, a former candidate for her local city council, to discuss why it’s so important for women to get involved in all levels of elections - especially in the often-overlooked local government races. Tune in to learn the basics on running for office.
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