SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER TO STAY IN THE LOOP!

 New "Thoughts Between Us" Journal is coming soon!

Sign up today to be the first to shop the Journal. 

 

Hear from our Founders

Cat & Nat are moms of 7 kids and the first people to admit that they are no experts at parenting, but they did identify their own need to get expert advice on how to navigate the tricky tween and teen years.  After looking everywhere for accessible resources and falling short, they decided to create the community they needed. Watch the video to learn more about if The Common Parent is right for you.

Become a Member of The Common Parent

$74.99 USD/$79.99 CAD

Per Year, Billed Annually

 

  • Advice from licensed & certified experts

  • Webinars covering the topics affecting your child

  • Interviews in audio form for listening on-the-go

  • Bi-Weekly Podcasts

  • Prompts & Tools delivered through email and text

  • Support through the anonymous online community

  • Community of dedicated parents like you

  • VIP Events with Cat & Nat and other parenting thought leaders

  • Weekly Email round-ups of resources and motivation

BECOME A MEMBER

The Common Parent is your ultimate parenting toolkit.

BECOME A MEMBER

Say hello to your ultimate parenting launchpad.

SIGN ME UP!
PARENTS, MEET YOUR PLAYBOOK FOR MODERN PARENTING.

Your complete toolkit for all things parenting.

Your map for charting the choppy waters between tweens and teens.

Your blueprint for launching confident kids.


 
The Common Parent Membership is your ultimate toolkit for tackling all things parenting. We tap into our deep network of parenting experts and thought leaders to cover countless topics like communication, confidence, nutrition, anxiety, food, drugs, alcohol, friendships, sex, societal pressures and more.
Become a Member of The Common Parent today to gain access to thoughtfully curated skills, resources, information and a one-of-a-kind support system filled with fellow dedicated parents.
 

Featured Webinar

How to Communicate Through Failure with Dr. Robyne Hanley Dafoe

In this month's exclusive webinar, we're bringing Dr. Robyne Hanley-Dafoe in to talk about failure and how we as parents can help frame failure in a way that our kids can embrace.
 
This webinar will give parents tangible scripts or examples of situations that they could model when their child is faced with a failure or a challenging moment. 
 
We'll be asking her:
  • How should we as parents be framing failure to our kids?
  • How do we parent a child who is particularly hard on themselves when things don't go their way?
  • How can we use challenging moments of "failure" as learning opportunities for our kids?
  • How do we make our kids more resilient?
  • How do we raise kids who can thrive amongst setbacks?
WATCH NOW

Put your parenting worries to rest.

With The Common Parent Membership, you are never parenting alone. We bring the experts and resources to you along with putting our robust library of curated visual and audio content at your fingertips for you to tap into when it suits your busy schedule.

30+ Global Parenting Experts

15+ Topics - New Ones Added Monthly

100+ Interviews 

Community of 1800+ Parents

24/7 Access to Anonymous Forum

Meet one of our Experts: Nedra Tawwab


Nedra’s credentials:
Nedra Glover Tawwab, MSW, LCSW, is a New York Times best-selling author, licensed therapist, and sought-after relationship expert. She has amassed over 1 million Instagram followers by helping people create healthy relationships by teaching them how to implement boundaries.

Nedra's discussion topic:
“How to Implement Boundaries”. If you have trouble creating boundaries and sticking with them, this interview is for you! We sat down with Nedra to find out how we can implement boundaries in order to create healthy relationships with ourselves and with others.

 

We’ve had a fantastic group of experts in the community so far, and the discussions with each of them are all accessible when you sign up for the community, with more interviews getting released every month!

BECOME A MEMBER

Meet one of our Experts: Nedra Tawwab

Nedra’s credentials:
Nedra Glover Tawwab, MSW, LCSW, is a New York Times best-selling author, licensed therapist, and sought-after relationship expert. She has amassed over 1 million Instagram followers by helping people create healthy relationships by teaching them how to implement boundaries.

Nedra's discussion topic:
“How to Implement Boundaries”. If you have trouble creating boundaries and sticking with them, this interview is for you! We sat down with Nedra to find out how we can implement boundaries in order to create healthy relationships with ourselves and with others.


We’ve had a fantastic group of experts in the community so far, and the discussions with each of them are all accessible when you sign up for the community, with more interviews getting released every month!

SIGN ME UP!

                                                              

Get FREE access to one of the most popular webinar episodes on The Common Parent! 

Want to improve your relationship with your teen/tween? Sign up for our 5-day challenge!

You'll get one simple challenge that you can do each day to improve your relationship with your tween/teen delivered straight to your inbox.

Sign up below!

 

Become part of a one-of-a-kind support system. Discuss parenting  challenges. Get expert advice.

Learn how to communicate effectively and build healthy connections with your child.

 

Learn how to approach your child as they experience life's challenges.

 

  • Meltdowns and how to deal with big feelings

  • Picky eating and establishing a healthy relationship with food and nutrition

  • Video games, cell phones, and social media

  • Friendships, bullying, popularity, and dating

Whats coming next

The Common Parent is dedicated to keeping our finger on the pulse of modern-day parenting. Check out what's on our radar and become a Member today!

BECOME A MEMBER

From our Members:

Melissa

Parenting is hard enough, now add being a single mom into it. I'm so grateful to have this group and these topics to watch/read because I don't have a partner to discuss all the hard stuff with.

Now me = me plus these supports and for that, I am super grateful!

 

Jessica

This parenting group has given me so many tools to use with my kids and introduced me to a parenting coach who has helped me to make some big changes in my household.

I have 3 kids and let's just say things can be chaotic but it's nice to know I'm not alone in this crazy parenting adventure.

Heather

It is so comforting to hear that sometimes other parents suffer too and that somehow together we will get through this particular hardship and help them thrive.

It is also helpful to hear how other parents have dealt with similar situations to get ideas.

Join The Common Parent Newsletter