Mindfulness for Parents

Four teens sitting on the couch

It’s a fact: teens find love and acceptance at iBme. That’s one reason we hear from a lot of parents, something along the lines of, “The iBme retreat was the best decision I ever made for my teen”. “I’ve always kind of struggled with not belonging,” says Nikita M. after her third teen mindfulness retreat. […]

iBme Mindful Parenting Bamboo Sky

Need support as a parent? Two moms and iBme mindfulness teachers share insights, stories, and practices on mindfulness in parenting. In this podcast, Charisse Minerva Spencer and Corinne Coppola clarify what mindfulness is and how they use it in their daily lives, for their own development and to make better choices as a parent— to […]

Letting Go of Being Someone: Pearls of Wisdom from Chris McKenna

There needs to be time in a 24-hour cycle where the sense of having to be someone can be let go. —Chris McKenna on meditation practice Sometimes you just want to sit down with a wise person and hear their perspective on things, someone who does more than answer your questions — someone who makes […]

How to Be a Good Enough Parent: 5 Touchstone Principles, by Jessica Morey

Attachment theory is a popular topic in psychology these days. It posits that children who have strong and healthy attachment bonds grow up with an inner sense of stability and security that allows them to explore the world and develop their unique, authentic personalities. We call these people “securely attached”. Their basic worldview is “I’m […]