avatar Anna Gannon Editorial Lead at Expectful
Reading Time: 2 minutes

How can we hold space for our children as they forge their own paths? 

This question is something that today’s guest, Lisa Sugarman has learned as the mother of two adult daughters and author of two books on parenting How to Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids And Be Ok With It and Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free. 

On today’s episode, Lisa shares her experience of supporting her daughters as they move through early adulthood and reflects on how her mother’s resiliency in times of struggle and loss has shaped her life. 

 

About Lisa Sugarman

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Lisa Sugarman lives just north of Boston, Massachusetts. She writes the nationally syndicated opinion column It Is What It Is and is the author of How to Raise Perfectly Imperfect Kids And Be Ok With It—Real Tips & Strategies for Parents of Today's Gen Z Kids, Untying Parent Anxiety: 18 Myths That Have You in Knots—And How to Get Free, and LIFE: It Is What It Is, available on Amazon, at Barnes & Noble, and at select bookstores everywhere. Read and discuss all her columns and books at lisasugarman.com. Or, find them on Grown And Flown, Thrive Global, LittleThings, MommingHubb, More Content Now, Wickedlocal, This Mama Wines, and Care(dot)com.