Parenting can be a challenge at the best of times. Are you doing it right? Do you have your own style or do you follow the example your parents set down? Guest Sherry Yuan Hunter of Sandwich Parenting and sandwichparenting.com about keeping your sanity while raising good kids.
We are honoured to welcome John Kim to the podcast. Also known as The Angry Therapist, John is a licensed therapist, coach, author, and co-founder of the JRNI Coaching Intensive, from which Scott graduated in 2021 to begin a Life Coaching career. With John, we discuss the societal changes around mixed-race relationships, from the 80's to today. John talks from his point-of-view as a Korean-American with a white partner and a mixed child.
Kulbinder and Scott take a personal dive into Gen-I. Kulbinder coined the phrase to identity people who were born to immigrant parents. We discuss a surprising statement Kulbinder made about her identity as a Canadian with Indian heritage.
Scott and Kulbinder address equality in the workplace with Rejeanne Aimey, President & Chair of the Ontario Society of Professional Engineers. OSPE has launched a campaign to increase inclusion in an industry that has been dominated by white males for several decades. Aimey is a woman of colour, professional engineer who gives an accurate account of the current situation and how the Society is working to open the profession to more women and people of colour.
We live in some scary times, with the pandemic and all. The numbers of those infected continue to rise so is it just a matter of time before YOU get COVID-19? Scott was sure he had contracted the virus. In this episode we talk about the panic created just by the possibility of one family member having it.