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Crystal Paine on Love-Centered Parenting

Crystal Paine talks about her book, Love-Centered Parenting

36 min / Published

Crystal Paine is the Money Saving Mom and host of the Crystal Paine Show podcast where she helps you embrace life right where you are and take practical steps to get where you want to go.  

She is also a New York Times bestselling author. Her newest book, Love-Centered Parenting released on March 16, 2021, and in this episode, we have a conversation about what love-centered parenting is and how she learned to embrace it as a mom.

Meet our Guest Crystal:

Crystal Paine is the founder of MoneySavingMom.com, host of the Crystal Paine Show podcast, and a New York Times bestselling author. Her new book Love Centered Parenting is available for pre-order now and releases on March 16. Crystal's desire is to help women across the globe live with more joy, purpose, and intention in their everyday lives. She lives with her husband and her kids in the Nashville area where she's actively involved in her local church. She loves following her passions from raising awareness for foster care and adventures with her family, to finding the very best grocery deals and trying to read way too many books at one time.

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Topics we cover:

  • Her journey into blogging and the start of MoneySavingMom.com
  • The challenges she faced as a new mom and her use of books for mentorship
  • The impact of Sally Clarkson's books on her parenting approach
  • The value of reading and how books can impact and change people
  • Crystal's book "Love Centered Parenting" and the re-examination of her parenting approach
  • Her personal struggles and the challenges her family faced
  • The loneliness and guilt experienced as a parent in such situations
  • The lack of support and empathy for parents of children labeled as bullies
  • Encouragement and advice for moms in similar situations, emphasizing that they are not alone and that faith can provide guidance and support in difficult times
  • Love-centered parenting vs. traditional parenting
  • The weight of guilt and the need for freedom in parenting
  • The role of core values in parenting
  • The impact of love-centered parenting on relationships
  • Letting go of trying too hard as a new parent
  • Favorite gadgets

Resources mentioned:

People Crystal mentioned:  Sally Clarkson, Emily P. Freeman, Jeanie Cunnion, Meg Meeker, and Jennifer Dukes Lee.


Crystal's Podcast https://crystalpaine.com/

Crystal's New York Times bestselling  Love-Centered Parenting

Connect with Crystal at her website, on Facebook, or Instagram.

Crystal's favorite gadgets are...her breadmaker and Fitbit.

Link to transcript: https://www.thismomknows.com/blog/episode-5

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  • fostering
  • core values
  • book release
  • bullying
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