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  • How to respond rather than react
  • The power of mindfulness
  • We can't give what we do not have
  • The magic sauce that will turn around your parenting conflicts
  • Self-care is not selfish


I believe that it is possible for us to revolutionize the way we live and parent our children. We can be wonderfully imperfect mindful mamas. We can live and parent knowing that peace begins within. We can choose to become the change we want to see in the world. And these changes can (and will!) ripple out through generations.

Meet Hunter

Hunter Clarke-Fields, MSAE, RYT, is a mindful mama mentor. Hunter is the creator of the Mindful Parenting course, host of the Mindful Mama podcast and widely-followed author of Raising Good Humans: A Mindful Guide to Breaking the Cycle of Reactive Parenting and Raising Kind, Confident Kids. She helps parents bring more calm and peace into their daily lives. Hunter has over twenty years of experience in meditation practices and has taught mindfulness to thousands worldwide.


  • How can parents yell less?
  • Why are we triggered by our kids and how do we stop it?
  • How should we handle tantrums?
  • What is “beginner’s mind” and how does it help parents?
  • You say mindfulness isn’t enough. Why?
  • What should we stop saying to our children?
  • How did you get into mindfulness?
  • Why is mindfulness important for parents?
  • How does mindfulness make us less reactive?
  • How does putting our own needs first help our kids?
  • What are some tips for parents who want to start a mindfulness practice?
  • Why is lovingkindness so important?
  • How does putting our own needs first help our kids?
  • Why mindfulness and skillful communication are the two wings that allow parent-child relationships to fly?
  • How not to perpetuate harmful parenting patterns carried over from the way you were parented
  • What role mindfulness plays in grounding yourself for parenting challenges
  • How can parents yell less?

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