Parenting and PLAY THEORY with Stephanie Whiting

September 5, 2020

Calling all parents and caretakers! On today's show we sit down with Stephanie Whiting to discuss PLAY THEORY and parenting. We chat about parenting, marriage, anxiety, shyness, and performing and how PLAY THEORY positively impacts ALL of them! Such good content...

Stephanie is an amazing warrior momma of 6 kids (5 girls, 1 boy)…She loves spending time with her family. She’s a running, soccer, hiking, reading, and musical theater enthusiast. Her and her family recently bought a ranch and they love riding their horses into the sunset and caring for all 16 horses that are at their property. Stephanie is also the Momager for her her kid’s music group called Torch family music (see link below). 

This Week’s PRO TIP is: Take note of your day-to-day application of PLAY THEORY principles in a journal. Reflect on the experiences you’ve had and how you can better apply them in the future. This intentional reflection and application of the principles will help you exercise the muscle of happiness!

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3 comments on “Parenting and PLAY THEORY with Stephanie Whiting”

  1. Ohhh a play theory in marriage episode would be amazing! Love those specific examples. We also try to leave our phones alone while out to dinner 🙂

  2. I love the practical applications in this episode. I've talked about play theory with my family here and there and tried making up a game for their age level but have never been able to stick with it very long. I'd always get stuck on how to accept and build. I had originally heard it as "Yes, and .." it made me feel like a push over and I had to say yes to everything, or avoid giving a strait answer when I just had to say no. I've learned that accept and build challenges me to not be lazy with my no's but to try to make something of every offer. I loved the idea of finding these principles in other people and journaling about my efforts in practicing.
    Something that would be really helpful is if someone could share fun games they play with their kids to help give opportunity to practice.

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