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AT Parenting Survival Podcast: Parenting | Child Anxiety | Child OCD | Kids & Family The truth is we are all surviving parenting one day at a time. Add child anxiety or childhood OCD and it can be overwhelming! On The AT Parenting Survival Podcast your host Natasha Daniels will ride the Parental roller coaster with you. She will teach you parenting approaches to help child anxiety and OCD, she’ll give you a new perspective on common parenting problems and will re-invigorate your sparkle for parenting.
Respectful Parenting: Janet Lansbury Unruffled In the 25+ years Janet Lansbury has worked with children and parents, she's learned a lot. She's here to share it with you. Each episode of Unruffled addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy, consistently offering a perspective shift that ultimately frees parents of the need for scripts, strategies, tricks, and tactics.

Janet is a parenting author and consultant whose website ( JanetLansbury.com ( http://www.JanetLansbury.com ) ) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create authentic relationships of respect, trust, and love.

Janet's "No Bad Kids Master Course" is available at NoBadKidsCourse ( http://www.NoBadKidsCourse.com ) and JanetLansbury ( http://www.JanetLansbury.com ).

Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Child Care: A Guide to Respectful Parenting" are available in all formats at Amaz
Hot Marriage. Cool Parents. Are you looking for someone to share their deepest, darkest secrets on keeping their marriage spicy? Are you like, “puhhlease DISH on how to be a cool parent .. because, yeah … I dunno!” Well Jamie Otis and Doug Hehner have got all you hubbies and wifeys – and mommies and daddies – covered, because each week they find a guest who will SPILL all their dirty secrets! Because we all wanna keep our marriages hot and our parenting cool!

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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It’s Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.


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Is Your Child Ready To Face The World? Dr Anupam Sibal through his experience as a father, paediatrician and Group Medical Director of Apollo Hospitals Group, Dr Anupam Sibal outlines his approach to effectively getting through to children and mastering the art of parenthood. Focusing on the different values and qualities that make a good person, Dr Sibal has a hands-on approach to instil each in a child.

Is Your Child Ready To Face The World?
Chapters: 1. Humility; 2. Beating The Odds; 3. It's Never Too Late; 4. Courage; 5. Handling Pressure; 6. Making Mistakes Accepting Flaws; 7. Be A Dreamer; 8. Finding Your Calling; 9. Compassion; 10. Making Others Happy; 11, Never Give Up Hope; 12. Determination; 13. Giving; 14. Be The Change; 15. Gratitude; 16. Goals; 17. Honesty; and 18. Forgiveness.


Narrated by Bharti Rao, Vice Principal at The Fabindia School,
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Strong, fierce, driven women who bring us power and strength when we can’t find it for ourselves.
We share stories of women in our life who have made a huge impact on us. Also, hear about the famous women who have through their words and life have changed ours” id=”2k60cekuuUG” vid=”2k60cekuuUG” id-for-player=”2k60cekuuUG” link=”/listen/s5-the-woman-in-me-e2-women-we-admire-2k60cekuuUG/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
S5: The Woman in Me E2: Women We Admire What women in your life do you admire?
Strong, fierce, driven women who bring us power and strength when we can't find it for ourselves.
We share stories of women in our life who have made a huge impact on us. Also, hear about the famous women who have through their words and life have changed ours.
We would love to hear your feedback on the podcast. Feel free to leave us a message or send us an e-mail at [email protected].
You can find us on Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook
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You can also find our personal pages where we write about our parenting at:
Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos
Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos
Jaime Ramos at(3) Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos
Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos
Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism – Search Results | Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos
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Each one of the ladies from The Table for Five explains the complicated tired that comes as a package to our life of parenting.
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S5: The Woman in Me E3: How Tired is the Women in You? We are here to give you a look into the real life that we live including the weeks filled with a deep soul tired.
Each one of the ladies from The Table for Five explains the complicated tired that comes as a package to our life of parenting.
If you are a mom or parent feeling this way this week we are there with you. We understand the feelings of sleepless nights, systems that fight you back, and just deeply wanting our kids to have time to be kids.
Warning: this is a passionate discussion with a variety of beeps coming your way.
You can find us on Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook
Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos
You can also find our personal pages where we write about our parenting at:
Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos
Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos
Jaime Ramos at(3) Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos
Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos
Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism – Search Results | Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos
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Get ready for this tribute, titled a letter to her, as a letter to ourselves looking back and anyone out there who can relate to our stories.
Our stories:
1. The First Time I Heard the Word by Jaime” id=”4U4QfcGYzrh” vid=”4U4QfcGYzrh” id-for-player=”4U4QfcGYzrh” link=”/listen/s5-the-woman-in-me-e4-a-letter-to-her-4U4QfcGYzrh/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
S5: The Woman in Me E4: A Letter to Her Join us for our first ever storytellers episode. We each prepared a story that speaks to our heart.
Get ready for this tribute, titled a letter to her, as a letter to ourselves looking back and anyone out there who can relate to our stories.
Our stories:
1. The First Time I Heard the Word by Jaime Ramos
2. A Piece of My Heart by Kim McIsaac
3. Pick Up the Damn Purse by Jennifer Dunn
4. A Life-changing Moment Times Two by Tabitha Cabrera
5. Always and in so Many Silly Ways by Rachel Flanagan
You can find us on Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook
Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos
You can also find our personal pages where we write about our parenting at:
Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos
Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos
Jaime Ramos at(3) Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos
Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos
Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism – Search Results | Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos
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Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tableforfive/support
Join us as we cut loose, laugh a bit, and shout a big thank you to all the amazing listeners.
Here what is coming next, some exciting ways you can be part of the podcast and where ” id=”9ihkGqo03Z0″ vid=”9ihkGqo03Z0″ id-for-player=”9ihkGqo03Z0″ link=”/listen/s5-the-woman-in-me-e5-no-reservations-9ihkGqo03Z0/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
S5: The Woman In Me E5: No Reservations Checking in about our week. How have we all been doing with school started, on the horizon, and success of the week.
Join us as we cut loose, laugh a bit, and shout a big thank you to all the amazing listeners.
Here what is coming next, some exciting ways you can be part of the podcast and where else you can find us.
You can find us on Table for Five, No Reservations | Facebook
Table for Five Podcast (@tableforfivenoreservations) • Instagram photos and videos
You can also find our personal pages where we write about our parenting at:
Jenn Dunn at Keeping up with Kya | Facebook Jenn (@keepingupwith_kya) • Instagram photos and videos
Rachel Flanagan at FlanaVille | Rachel Flanagan (@flanavillethree) • Instagram photos and videos
Jaime Ramos at(3) Jaime Ramos Writes | Facebook (@jaimeramoswrites) • Instagram photos and videos
Kim McIsaac at Autism adventures with Alyssa | Facebook Kim (@autismadventureswithalyssa) • Instagram photos and videos
Tabitha Cabrera at Peaceofautism – Search Results | Facebook Tabitha (@peaceofautism) • Instagram photos and videos
Looking for merch we have some check out our bonfire store and helps support our podcast:
Bonfire – Design your own shirt on material you’ll love



Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/tableforfive/support
Don't Reinvent the Wheel Slow Living Podcast with Host Stephanie O'Dea Episode 80 – Don't Reinvent the WheelOverview I love helping listeners embark upon their own journey to Slow Down, and live the life they’ve always dreamt about: one filled with peace, purpose, and abundance.I understand how you’re feeling when you are rushing around trying to do “all the things,” always playing catch up and finding time to get things done.I know because I’m a mom too.It’s okay to stop and breathe. My philosophy isn’t about cramming more and more into an already over-packed schedule, instead I offer realistic tips and plans to get things done quickly and efficiently so you can do things you want to do.Show Links Simple Shortcuts to Peace – https://stephanieodea.com/peaceNew You – https://stephanieodea.com/newyouMasterclass – https://stephanieodea.com/masterclass/Simple Shortcuts to Peace – https://stephanieodea.com/peace/Website – https://stephanieodea.comBlog – https://stephanieodea.com/blog/Podcast Page – https://stephanieodea.com/podcastSpeaking Opportunities – https://stephanieodea.com/speaking/Coaching Opportunities – https://stephanieodea.com/coaching/Courses – https://stephanieodea.com/courses/Contact – stephanieodea.com/contact/Stephanie's Story I know what it feels like to want to live a calm, peaceful, and harmonious life but you feel like you can’t because there is simply too much to do. I believe that if we are lucky, life is long. You are not behind, and you don’t need to rush around, trying to catch up. My philosophy isn’t about cramming more and more into an already over-packed schedule.Instead, I want to you to stop. Breathe. It’s all going to be okay.I want you to live out the life you’ve always dreamt about — the one that gets you excited to get up in the morning and puts a goofy grin on your face.Because the laundry, chores, soccer practice, meal planning, and litter box scooping? That’s not WHO you are; that’s not your identity. Those are the things you HAVE TO do.So let’s make a realistic plan to get them over & done with, quickly & efficiently so you can finally be the person you’ve always wanted to be, and do the things you actually WANT TO do.I am here to support you.Ship It Studios Website: https://www.shipitstudios.com Podcast Page – https://www.shipitstudios.com/slowlivingPodcast Network – https://www.shipitstudios.com/podcast-networkDescription: We are Cinephiles. We are Gamers. We are Marks. We are Ultras. We are the 12th Man. We are Ship It Studios.It's become our mission to seek out the most fun and creative ways to revisit your favorite fandoms. Join us as we revisit all of our favorite things through live coverage, reviews, debates, power rankings, and fantasy drafts.
Are you struggling to pay your mortgage? Despite feeling capable when you first bought your house, sometimes unexpected financial situations arise.
Interest rate hikes, for example, can impact your ability to make regular mortgage payments, potentially ” id=”3XuVhhOPpVz” vid=”3XuVhhOPpVz” id-for-player=”3XuVhhOPpVz” link=”/listen/i-cant-pay-my-mortgage-what-do-i-do-guest-angela-calla-mom-talk-3XuVhhOPpVz/” is-authorized=”false” custom-styles=”margin: 0 24px 24px 0;”>
I can’t pay my mortgage! What do I do? Guest: Angela Calla | Mom Talk Help!! I can’t pay my mortgage! What do I do?
Are you struggling to pay your mortgage? Despite feeling capable when you first bought your house, sometimes unexpected financial situations arise.
Interest rate hikes, for example, can impact your ability to make regular mortgage payments, potentially harming your credit score and putting your home at risk of repossession.
But don't panic! There are options available to help you get back on track.
In today's episode, we welcome Angela Calla – a mortgage expert, author, and business leader – who will be sharing her valuable insights on what to do if you can't pay your mortgage, and what to ask your bank when renewing your mortgage.
Don’t miss out on our 1st episode in person with Tri-Cities Community Television, and be sure to share this important information with anyone who may need it. 
 
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157: Overcoming Burnout and Guilt with Andryanna Gonko As a parent, I know how challenging it can be to juggle the many responsibilities that come with caring for our children, partners, and ourselves. As you may remember, recently I've been struggling with health issues and burnout, and it has been a really difficult journey. I've come to realize that many other parents are experiencing similar struggles, and it's time we have a compassionate conversation about it.

That's why I'm excited to share my latest podcast episode where I speak with Andryanna of The Juggle is Real podcast (where I was a guest recently!) about burnout and how it affects our mental health and relationships with loved ones. We delve into the topic of mom guilt and the pressure we put on ourselves to be perfect parents, often at the expense of our own well-being.

If you're looking for more support on these issues, I also offer online courses and group coaching through my BalancingU membership. You'll have access to a community of like-minded parents and resources that can help you find more balance and compassion in your life.

Thank you for taking the time to read this message, and I hope our podcast episode can bring you some comfort and support during challenging times.

To know more about Andryanna, visit her website andryanna.com and follow her on Instagram @andryannag.For more show notes, visit www.laurafroyen.com/podcast.

Guest Information:
Ricardo Sierra
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RicardohawkSierra
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Childhood Development Using Nature | Building Skills | Problem Solving | Previous TEDxOneonta Speaker Previous TEDxOneonta speaker, Ricardo Sierra discusses with Coach Nrgy the importance of childhood development that happens through nature while building skills and bonding with parents.

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Ricardo Sierra
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RicardohawkSierra
Website: ForestEducator.com
Podcast: The Forest Educator Podcast (coming soon!)
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/wolverineway/
Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=5176816

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Episode 129: From no sleep to plentiful sleep with Maru Rojas In this episode, I talk with Maru Rojas, an Aware Parenting instructor in the UK who shares about her very different experience with sleep with her first child and second child. The first time around, her baby was very restless all night long or was feeding for most of the night and she had very little sleep. She learnt about Aware Parenting and gradually, sleep changed. The second time around, she started with Aware Parenting from the beginning and her son slept peacefully and for much longer periods. She talked about the time it took to support her daughter to 'catch up' with expressing feelings that had been repressed, the trauma she experienced of having so little sleep, and how she called for help from her mum to support her with listening to feelings with her second child. She also offers parents the invitation to listen in deeply to themselves and to create a sleep set-up that works for their unique family. We also talk about the relief of not needing to try to get babies to sleep quickly, why there's no such thing as 'overtired' in Aware Parenting, and the ease of babies sleeping peacefully when there's noise around or we need to move them whilst they're sleeping.

Maru also specialises in Elimination Communication and potty learning. She offers 1-1 consultations, an online mothers' circle and online courses. You can find out more about her and her work at: https://parenttogether.co.uk/ and on social media at https://www.instagram.com/_maru.rojas_/
Episode 130: From exhaustion to restful sleep with Helena Mooney In this episode, I talk with my dear friend and colleague, Helena Mooney, who is an Aware Parenting instructor and Hand in Hand instructor. She shares about her experience of starting off with Classical Attachment Parenting with her daughter, and how little sleep she had, and how exhausted she was. She shares about how weird she found Aware Parenting at first, and her unsureness in practicing it at the beginning, and how different it was from Classical Attachment Parenting.

Then she talks about how that perception changed as she saw what a difference it made to her daughter's sleep. The change took a bit of a while because her daughter had a backlog of feelings, and she explains this process. Along with getting more sleep again, her daughter also stopped hitting once she started Aware Parenting. She then goes on to share about what a huge difference she experienced with her second child and sleep, starting practicing Aware Parenting at the beginning; she expresses the difference in sleep between the two of them being "night and day."

You can find out about Helena's work at www.parentingwithplay.com.au

and mine at www.marionrose.net

That instead of them fighting sleep, we are often fighting their natural relaxation processes.

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Episode 131: Trusting babies and children in relation to sleep In this episode, I talk about how Aware Parenting's overall approach to trusting babies and children in relation to everything also applies to sleep.

That instead of them fighting sleep, we are often fighting their natural relaxation processes.

And hat these natural processes are the same as those innate ways that they heal from stress and trauma.

And the most important thing in supporting sleep is freeing ourselves from our cultural conditioning around sleep, our adultism, and doing our own healing in relation to sleep, including in our own infancy and childhood.

If you want more information about my upcoming course, workshop and book on sleep, I invite you to follow me on social media or sign up for my newsletter, which you can do at www.marionrose.net
Episode 132: Baby sleep with Sarah Mason In this episode of The Aware Parenting Podcast, I talk with Sarah Mason, an Aware Parenting instructor and mother of an almost three year old. She shares the journey of Aware Parenting that she's been on and all the intricacies of Aware Parenting and sleep that she's learnt along the way. She talks about all the things she tried with sleep before learning about Aware Parenting, including a dummy and a sleep consultant, and all the differences she observed with each approach, including Aware Parenting. She also shares about what happened when they went camping, and the shifts that happened in sleep over time with each step in the practice.

You can find out more about Sarah's work at https://awaremum.com.au/ and https://www.instagram.com/awaremum/
Episode 133: Parents as researchers In this episode, I share about how parents can be the researchers with Aware Parenting. I invite a process where you first listen in to whether something resonates with you, and if it does, then to experiment and to observe your baby or child. I share about all the things you can observe to see if what you are doing is helpful for them or not. And if something is happening that is different, then there's an invitation to pause, to find out new information about what might be going on, to listen in again to yourself about whether this resonates and to see if you want to continue experimenting and observing.

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When is Parenting Going to Get Fun? Is parenting fun? Is it supposed to be? On this episode, we discuss what makes it difficult to enjoy parenting and how we can reframe these challenges into opportunities to experience the joy kids bring.If you have questions or comments, we'd love to hear from you! Reach out to us on Instagram @our.nuclear.family or online at Our Nuclear Family | Parenting Podcast (mkditson.wixsite.com)To support us financially for as little as a cup of coffee, visit our Buy Me A Coffee site: OurNuclearFam is a parenting encouragement podcast (buymeacoffee.com)

He is a successful business owner, free thinker, musician, and most importantly, a dad – all day, every day.

A 55-year-old father of two (or technically 4), he and his wife have one more on the way!

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Ep. 182 – Are You A Mentor To Your Kids? | Rocky Anderson and Bryan Ward Rocky Anderson is a man for whom time has no boundaries.

He is a successful business owner, free thinker, musician, and most importantly, a dad – all day, every day.

A 55-year-old father of two (or technically 4), he and his wife have one more on the way!

He is the owner and president of ADC Wastewater Engineering, a company that specializes in designing wastewater treatment systems for rural communities and small towns, which are typically underserved by larger engineering firms. His passion for transforming the way engineering is done shows up in all aspects of his thriving firm.

Aside from his professional work, Rocky writes songs and stories that are powerful and emotive. His music, which is a mix of modern and pop rock, can be found on Spotify under the artist name I.M. Rocko.

His journey as a father has led him to the Dad Up Podcast, where he shares his insights and experiences to encourage and empower other fathers to embrace their vital role in raising the next generation.

His hard-earned wisdom was carved from being raised in a highly abusive environment, a failed first marriage, going completely broke, and then rebuilding his life from nothing.

Now with a 7-figure business, a beautiful wife and family, and an ever-expanding life, he is on a never-ending mission of personal growth.

Rocky’s tenacity and resilience embodies everything he does.

To him, youth and vitality are truly a mindset, and the possibilities in expanding ourselves as individuals – and by extension our communities – are limitless.

You can check out his links in the show notes below.

Dad Up!

Dad Up YouTube:
https://youtube.com/c/DadUpPodcast

Dad Up Apple Podcast:
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dad-up-podcast/id1486764562

Dad Up Website:
https://www.daduptribe.com/

Dad Up Instagram:
https://www.instagram.com/daduppodcast/

Dad Up LinkTree:
https://linktr.ee/Daduptribe

Rocky Anderson’s LinkTree:
https://linktr.ee/imrocko

Rocky Anderson’s Instagram:
https://instagram.com/i.m.rocko

Rocky Anderson’s Business:
https://www.adcwastewater.com/

Rocky Anderson Music:
https://music.apple.com/us/artist/i-m-rocko/1462570340

Rocky Anderson’s YouTube:
https://youtube.com/@IMROCKO-ru6wj



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130. Story of Resilience: Kit's Story of Living with BPD Kit joins Hilary and Jen today to help us understand Borderline Personality Disorder. Kit hopes to help us understand what it is like to have BPD, to get the conversation about BPD going in our communities, and encourage understanding to start destigmatizing BPD.

Episode Notes and Resources:
– https://988lifeline.org/
– https://988lifeline.org/chat/
– https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/borderline-personality-disorder/symptoms-causes/syc-20370237

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131. Discussion: Importance of Sleep We all know sleep is important, but HOW important is it? How does it really impact us and what are some things we can change to improve our lives? Jen and Hilary dive into an article and guide us through the importance of sleep.

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132. Guest: Child Grieving and Sibling Loss with Michelle Benyo Michelle Benyo from Good Grief Parenting is joining us today. Michelle learned through the loss of her young son, that parent's are not the only ones that grieve. Seeing loss from the eyes of her young daughter, Michelle made it her mission to learn about children's grief and help parents understand it. Join us today so we can help our children, or anyone, going through grief.

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EPISODE 42: Medical Trauma Part 2 Part 2Many of our families go through medical trauma, and it can look quite different for each of us.  For one it may be our children's lack of participation or out of control behaviors at medical appointments, and for others it can be as serious as neglect or doctors incompetence. What ever the case watching our children experience this type of fear is heartbreaking,  and not only takes a toll on them, but also on us.Has your family experienced experienced extra trauma during medical appointments  or hospital stays?Follow Us @ https://www.instagram.com/sothisishollandpodcast/Want to join a kick ass supportive community with other special needs parents? We got you! Check out So…This is Holland | FacebookConnect with Michelle@ https://www.instagram.com/michellefinncoaching/If you are interested in having Michelle as a coach Visit https://michellefinncoaching.comConnct with Donna @ https://www.instagram.com/determineddonna/
Ep 236: Navigating the Tween Years Tallo is a digital portfolio platform where your teen can apply for scholarships, internships, and opportunities. Check them out at tallo.com/talkingtoteens Visit our website, talkingtoteens.com, to sign up for our newsletter so you'll never miss an episode!It can be jarring to raise a tween. One day they are our cuddly kids, and the next day they seem to want nothing to do with us! They start saying our jokes are lame, our style is dated, and we just “don’t get it.” The tween years can be a contentious time for both parents and tweens. Our kids are taking the first steps into adulthood, and as scary as it might be for parents, for tweens it might feel awkward, uncomfortable, and lonely. Their bodies are changing and so are their brains. Tweens, in addition to developing more complex thinking, start experimenting with who they are. Hence why they might seem wildly different month to month, day to day, hour to hour! Tweens might argue more as the desire for autonomy peaks, and they might even practice lying. But it’s also an incredible experience for parents: they are witness to the extraordinary process of a young person figuring out who they are in the world. To help us untangle the confounding changes happening in the tween years, we’re joined by Michelle Mitchell, author of the new book Tweens: What Kids Need Now, Before the Teenage Years. Michelle Mitchell is an educator, author, and award-winning speaker who has conducted extensive research, surveying over 1,600 parents and 600 tweens, for her latest book. (We’ve spoken with her a few times before on the show about self harm and puberty.)In our conversation, Michelle walks me through the transition in tweens thinking, as well as how to talk to tweens about their emotions, confidence, same sex attraction, technology, body image, and lying. We will also explore how tweens and parents think differently about friends, plus the differences between concrete and complex thinking in tweens and how to support tweens in their cognitive development. Spiking AutonomyThe tween years for most kids are defined by a heightened desire for autonomy which might show up as more arguments, more omissions, and a general pull away from family life and toward other social groups. Fortunately, the need for autonomy peaks around age fourteen—it won’t last forever, and by keeping lines of communication with our tweens open, we can lessen the growing pains of autonomy. Michelle offers some insights she gleaned during research for the book to ease tensions caused by heightened need for autonomy. Michelle reminds us tweens are still looking for guidance from adults, but they might feel awkward about asking us. Just because a tween doesn’t ask their parents questions, doesn’t mean they don’t have any!Michelle shares with us the most commonly asked questions from tweens in conversations about puberty and sex—two topics the tweens she spoke with felt most uncomfortable about. Many tweens feel awkward about topics related to their own developing bodies. In knowing ahead of time what questions our tweens might have, parents can be prepared to bring up the topics if their teen doesn’t. At the same time, tweens will inevitably ask questions that parents might find awkward, basic, or uncomfortable. It's important to approach our curious tweens with compassion. Kids need to be taken seriously and given room to ask their questions free from judgment. Otherwise, parents risk sending the message that they can only handle certain topics of conversation. Keeping Communication FlowingThe tween years are full of experimentation with who one is and, let’s face it, a lot of self-consciousness! This increased wariness about others’ opinions, could mean teens share less with their parents for fear of being judged. And clamming up and self-isolating for people in general, but particularly with tweens, can lead to mental health issues beyond normal feelings of loneliness, anxiety, or sadness. If a tween comes to us with a big emotional claim, Michelle emphasizes the importance of validating tweens’ emotions. Even when a tween’s feelings seem out of proportion, validating and then seeking to understand how they’re feeling proves you can be trusted to listen without judgment. (Moreover, this approach helps tweens build their confidence in their own abilities to handle their emotions.)Michelle additionally emphasizes the importance of creating a supportive environment to encourage tweens’ exploration of who they are
Ep 237: Visible and Invisible Differences Tallo is a digital portfolio platform where your teen can apply for scholarships, internships, and opportunities. Check them out at tallo.com/talkingtoteens Visit our website, talkingtoteens.com, to sign up for our newsletter so you'll never miss an episode!Many parents want their teens to be compassionate citizens who care about people of all kinds. Others might Yet, it can be difficult to advise our teen on how to interact with people who are visibly different from us. We know people with differences are just as capable as anyone, yet sometimes it’s hard not to focus on the difference until that is all there is. We know there is more to someone than their difference—but how do we do better? To help us understand how to speak with our teens about differences, we spoke with Meg Zucker, author of the new book Born Extraordinary: Empowering Children with Differences and Disabilities. Meg is the founder and president of Don't Hide It, Flaunt It, a nonprofit with the mission of advancing understanding and mutual respect for people's differences. She was born with a genetic condition called ectrodactyly, and has one finger on each hand, shortened forearms and one toe on each misshapen foot. Her two sons have the same condition and her adopted daughter has her own invisible differences. Meg, through parenting with her husband, running her non-profit, her own experiences, and in researching for her book, has become an expert in all things differences—visible and invisible. She offers new insights into sticking points for people with differences and how everyone can think differently about differences.  The Urge to HelpMeg explains that, above all, we should keep in mind people with differences are people. People with differences are usually just as capable as ourselves, and often have already figured out how to navigate the world with their differences. She often has to field strangers asking if she needs help doing normal, everyday activities, like putting groceries in her cart, zipping up her coat, or opening doors. Meg wants others to know people with differences may struggle navigating certain aspects of life, but that they have a sense of pride to do it themselves, just like we do. Questioning “What should I do?” suggests we have to do something at all. Meg says this isn’t the best way to go about it. Sometimes the notion we have to do something, is to soothe our own feelings of discomfort or awkwardness about someone’s difference. The best way to interact with someone who has a difference is to first treat them as you would any person. Next, follow their lead. People with differences (or, all people for that matter) are living in their own version of normal, and so, they don't expect anyone to do anything. People living with differences aren’t constantly thinking about their differences—it’s not on their minds. Meg offers this advice for helping someone with a difference: observe first. It might seem a little creepy, but often after a moment, the person struggling will often figure it out. Take a breath before you are, what Meg labels a “Mighty Mouse” and say ask yourself, "Let me see if that person actually needs it." Usually, a person is ready for help when they start looking around for help. We can speak with our teens about this exact situation, and offer them Meg’s simple guidance for helping people with differences. The Pitfalls of Rules on How to Treat PeopleAt the same time, Meg encourages parents not to make ordinances about how to treat people with differences.  When parents give their teens orders about how to treat others with differences, it takes away their inherent drive to be kind to others. Instead of a “could,” being kind becomes a “should,” and teens may resent being kind because it is not out of their own volition. And people on the receiving end of obligatory kindness don’t want to be resented. As an example of what she means, Meg shares a story about her son who was feeling down after his soccer teammates didn’t slap his hand after a game. He told his mom he believed the cause was how his hand looked. “They didn’t want to touch me,” he lamented. As heartbreaking as it was, Meg helped her son to see it in a different way. There could be many reasons why the other kids hesitated to slap his hand. Maybe they thought it would hurt him, or they didn’t want to draw attention to it, or they were just surprised. She suggested he make a game of it, and see how many slaps he got after the second game. Sure enough, her son exchanged some hand slaps with about half of his teammates after the next game, and varying numbers the res
39: Underage sex: the parenting dilemma. Most first world countries agree that the age of consent is around sixteen, but teenagers don't suddenly awake to their sexuality on their sixteenth birthday. Sexual feelings and interest can start much younger, well before they’re able to understand the implications. One mother has asked us to talk about the issue, because she's struggling to find useful content.  Knowing the law helps guide us as parents, but it doesn't exactly stop teens from vaping and drinking if they want to, so we have to be prepared to consider how to deal with underage interest in sex. Gone are the days when most people held back until marriage, and with the advent of free internet porn and social media there's a chance that our teens may know more about sex than we do. So what should we be saying to them, how do we keep them safe, and how can we help them to know when they're ready for that next adventure in life? THE BLOG POST WITH KEY POINTS:https://www.teenagersuntangled.com/blog/it-might-be-illegal-but-when-did-that-ever-stop-a-teenager/HELPFUL WEBSITES:https://www.culturereframed.org/ RESEARCH SOURCES:https://www.mindbodygreen.com/articles/when-is-person-ready-start-having-sexhttps://www.eurekalert.org/news-releases/720822https://oxfordshirescb.proceduresonline.com/p_underage_sexual_act.htmlwww.unchainedatlast.org https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5546176/https://www.npr.org/2023/01/08/1147737247/teen-pregnancy-rates-have-declined-significantlyhttps://courses.lumenlearning.com/adolescent/chapter/sexual-development/https://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/amp/entry/no-sex-please-we-re-your-parents-would-you-let-your-teen-have-sex-under-your-roof_n_7389178/https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5546176/https://courses.lumenlearning.com/adolescent/chapter/sexual-development/Thanks for listening. Creating this podcast has been transformative for our family lives; we hope it does the same for yours. Please subscribe if you like our podcast, and share it with anyone who might benefit.You can review us on Apple podcasts by going to the show page, scrolling down to the bottom where you can click on a star then you can leave your message.Our website has a blog, searchable episodes, and ways to contact us:www.teenagersuntangled.comSusie is available for a free 15 minute consultation, and has a great blog:www.amindful-life.co.uk
Being a stronger father, spouse and more with Dan Luigs Today on the Dads with Daughters Podcast we bring you Dan Luigs, father of two and host of the Journey of a Christian Dad podcast.  Dan and I talk together to talk about fatherhood and what it takes to be present and engaged in your spouse and children's lives.  If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads With Daughters podcast we invite you to check out the Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual and most are figuring it out as they go along. The Fatherhood Insider is full of valuable resources and information that will up your game on fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step-by-step roadmaps and more you will engage and learn with experts but more importantly with dads like you. So check it out today!
Maintaining your health, fitness and nutrition with Aaron Seaton Today on the Dads with Daughters Podcast we bring you Aaron Seaton of the Meta Male Project, father, and health, fitness and nutrition expert.  Aaron and I talk about fatherhood but also about what any dad can do to take control of their health, fitness and nutrition.  If you've enjoyed today's episode of the Dads With Daughters podcast we invite you to check out the Fatherhood Insider. The Fatherhood Insider is the essential resource for any dad that wants to be the best dad that he can be. We know that no child comes with an instruction manual and most are figuring it out as they go along. The Fatherhood Insider is full of valuable resources and information that will up your game on fatherhood. Through our extensive course library, interactive forum, step-by-step roadmaps and more you will engage and learn with experts but more importantly with dads like you. So check it out today!
Minimalism and Our Relationships (With the Other People Who Bring Stuff into our Homes) Today I'm bringing you a mindset shift that I hope will help ease the stress we might feel when other people we have close relationships with or who even live in our homes don't see eye to eye with our minimal-ish lifestyle. How do we choose intentionality with our stuff when it isn't us bringing the stuff into our homes? How do we have conversations with family members who love to bless our kids with plenty of gifts? Sometimes, trying to control it all can cause more stress than having that extra item in our homes. We talk about a mindset shift that might help along with some action steps we can take to deal with the influx of stuff that might come from the people we love.Sponsors:Green pan: Get 30% off your order and free shipping over $99 at greenpan.us with code MINIMALISHIndeed: Start hiring now at indeed.com/minimalish Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Podcast #94: Peaceful Parenting On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host, Miriam Conner is joined by guest, Kive Schuler to discuss her new book, “The Peaceful Parenting Revolution: Changing the World by Changing the Way We Parent.”
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Schueler discusses a new way of looking at discipline, communication, discovering what parents really want for their kids, making peace with your parenting past, being the best version of yourself, and more.
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Episode 63: Returnal It Back To Where We Bought It! Join Kevin and Joanne as theyTalk about their struggles with sleepless nights.Update Kevin's opinion of Returnal,Talk about their new love of Naruto.Come hang out with us on Discord at https://discord.gg/pczrz5mhxCCheck out our Instagram @gamer_parents_podcastFollow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/GamerParentsPodHang out in the stream with us at https://www.twitch.tv/gamerparentspod
From the archives: Episode 66 Community Pieces #5: “Denial is the heartbeat of racism” – a conversation on how to talk to ALL kids about race No matter what your race, do you know how to talk to your kids in a coherent, age-appropriate way about race and racism? Were you brought up ignorant about racism, thinking it was only about someone else? I talk with Emma Redden and Grace Aldrich about their work in helping people discover their own histories in order to help their children understand theirs.Grace and Emma are community educators and work with groups of teachers, parents and caregivers. If you are interested in working with them contact them through their website {thefullstoryschool.org} or by email at [email protected] and Emma have 2 podcasts Freedom Means and Kistory. Bonnie Harris, MS.Ed., director of Connective Parenting, 30+ years of coaching, teaching, and writing for parents. https://linktr.ee/bonnieharrisparentingWebsite: bonnieharris.com Email: [email protected], mixed, and scored by Echo Finch www.echofinch.comUse this link to purchase Bonnie's audiobook on AudibleWhen Your Kids Push Your Buttons and What You Can Do About It? New offer for Tell Me About Your Kids listeners!! ? Join Thrive Market and Get My Special Discount  https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-100687948-15329496 Earth Mama Organics https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=177850&u=3330166&m=22557&urllink=&afftrack=
Tip#16 – What To Do About Sibling Rivalry Siblings are going to fight. They are too close to each other not to. It’s tricky to allow their fights without turning them into sibling rivalry. Rivalry is the key word here. Your kids become rivals for your approval. That is unless you are always able to keep your approval neutral and stay out of their fights. That’s the hard part when you see one of them treating the other unfairly. Get on board with these tools so you can keep their arguing and bickering far away from any rivalry.Bonnie Harris, MS.Ed., director of Connective Parenting, 30+ years of coaching, teaching, and writing for parents. https://linktr.ee/bonnieharrisparentingWebsite: bonnieharris.com Email: [email protected], mixed, and scored by Echo Finch www.echofinch.comUse this link to purchase Bonnie's audiobook on AudibleWhen Your Kids Push Your Buttons and What You Can Do About It? New offer for Tell Me About Your Kids listeners!! ? Join Thrive Market and Get My Special Discount  https://www.tkqlhce.com/click-100687948-15329496 Earth Mama Organics https://shareasale.com/r.cfm?b=177850&u=3330166&m=22557&urllink=&afftrack=
018: Relationship-Centered Teaching & Learning with Tiana Fech This episode is a solo episode with me, where we talk about what relationship-centered teaching is. I use a relationship-centered approach when it comes to all things teaching and learning and in my work as a course development consultant. And – I was recently asked, what exactly is relationship-centered teaching and learning? 
I felt this episode would be a great opportunity to explain what it is, to talk about what can happen when this approach isn’t used, and to share 3 key strategies that you can use in the development of your own learning experiences – be it an online course, a training program, a webinar, a workshop, and more. 
 
Listen in as we talk about:

What is relationship-centered teaching and learning? I take you through my definition and the key points to remember when it comes to this approach. 
What can happen when a relationship-centered approach isn’t used? I talk about the impact of not using a relationship-centered approach and touch on why it’s so critical to consider.
Three key strategies. We cover my top three strategies that you can use to implement a relationship-centered approach


 

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Website: https://tianafech.com
LinkedIn: Tiana Fech
Instagram: @tianafech 
Facebook: @tianafech 
Book: Online Course Creation 101: A step-by-step guide to creating your first online course 

 

WHAT IS RELATIONSHIP-CENTERED TEACHING & LEARNING
“Relationship-centered teaching and learning focus on the “who” — the people involved at the heart.”
Relationship-centered teaching and learning is an approach that prioritizes the people involved in the process of education. Rather than focusing solely on the content and subject matter being taught, this approach recognizes that people are at the heart of teaching and learning. 
As a teacher who has taught various subjects to students of different ages, I have learned the importance of building strong connections with my students. By fostering relationships among teachers, learners, and content, we can create a more engaging and meaningful learning experience for everyone involved.
 
WHAT CAN HAPPEN WHEN A RELATIONSHIP-CENTERED APPROACH ISN’T USED
When a relationship-centered approach is not used in teaching and learning, it can have a negative impact on the learners. People can feel either overwhelmed or underwhelmed, as they may not have the necessary support and guidance to succeed. This can lead to disengagement, where learners lose interest and don’t care about the course or subject matter. 
In online courses, this can result in a failure to complete the program or achieve the desired outcomes. When learners do not feel valued or connected, they may struggle with confidence in their knowledge and skills, hindering their ability to succeed in future endeavors.
Without relationships as a focus, learners may struggle to connect with the content and may not be motivated to learn.
 
 

THREE KEY STRATEGIES YOU CAN USE TO IMPLEMENT A RELATIONSHIP-CENTERED APPROACH
I share with you my three key strategies to help you implement a relationship-centered approach in your own teaching and learning journey.
Firstly, when creating content, it is essential to distinguish between “need to know” and “nice to know” information. 
Secondly, in designing the learning experience, it is essential to use scaffolding, which involves breaking up the learning into chunks and providing support for each segment. Using the “I do, we do, you do” approach can help learners to engag
#208 | Achieving a Pain-Free Birth with Karen Welton @painfreebirth If you are pregnant for the first time or even the second or third, we all want to know the secret ingredient to experiencing a "pain-free" birth experience.  Today, we brought on a leading voice in the pain-free birth world, Karen Welton, to go deep on what it takes.  Do you know the most important step in accessing a "pain free" birth? Hint: It's not about what you do in labor. It's not about position. It's not even about your birth location or provider. It's about your brain. It begins and ends with your mindset and focus. The key to mastering your birth is mastering your brain's influence on your physiology.  Can you create an environment for birth where you could be so relaxed and embodied in your physiology that you could have sex in that space? Join us in this enlightening discussion and take the first step to finding a "pain-free" ecstatic, even pleasurable birth experience. Painfreebirth on InstagramPain Free Birth Free MasterclassDown to Birth is sponsored by:DrinkLMNT — Purchase LMNT today and receive a free sample kit. Stay salty.Love Majka Products — Support your milk supply with nourishing protein powder, hydration boosters and lactation bites.Silverette Nursing Cups — Soothe and heal sore nipples with 925 silver nursing cups.Postpartum Soothe — Herbs and padsicles to heal and comfort after vaginal birth. DrinkLMNTLove Majka Products Silverette Nursing Cups Postpartum Soothe Connect with us on Patreon for our exclusive content.Email [email protected] @downtobirthshowCall us at 802-GET-DOWN Work with Cynthia: 203-952-7299 HypnoBirthingCT.com Work with Trisha: 734-649-6294 Please remember we don’t provide medical advice. Speak to your licensed medical provider for all your healthcare matters.
#209 | The Danger of Retained Placenta, Delayed Postpartum Hemorrhage & Negligent Care: Chelsea's Birth Story Chelsea was determined to have an unmedicated hospital birth. When she was unexpectedly diagnosed with cholestasis at 38 weeks, she found herself getting induced with Misoprostil, Pitocin, and ruptured membranes at 3 cm dilated. She quickly progressed to full dilation, had a short pushing phase and birthed her baby vaginally.  Everything seemed great until she went home and starting passing large blood clots. After multiple calls to different OBs that all passed it off as normal, she started bleeding profusely and was transferred back to the hospital for delayed postpartum hemorrhage. Chelsea's story is one of knowing the importance of trusting our own intuition and insisting we get the care we need when we know something is wrong. Down to Birth is sponsored by:DrinkLMNT — Purchase LMNT today and receive a free sample kit. Stay salty.Love Majka Products — Support your milk supply with nourishing protein powder, hydration boosters and lactation bites.Silverette Nursing Cups — Soothe and heal sore nipples with 925 silver nursing cups.Postpartum Soothe — Herbs and padsicles to heal and comfort after vaginal birth. **********DrinkLMNTLove Majka Products Silverette Nursing Cups Postpartum Soothe Connect with us on Patreon for our exclusive content.Email [email protected] @downtobirthshowCall us at 802-GET-DOWN Work with Cynthia: 203-952-7299 HypnoBirthingCT.com Work with Trisha: 734-649-6294 Please remember we don’t provide medical advice. Speak to your licensed medical provider for all your healthcare matters.

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S5 Ep12: WHAT IF… my children are teenagers or adults – is it too late? In today's season finale, Anna chats to Parenting for Faith colleagues Becky Sedgwick and Kate Irvine, both parents of adult kids, about how we can start to parent for faith even if our children are older when we learn about it.

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S6 Ep1: Being God's Child Welcome to Season 6 of the Parenting for Faith podcast!

Over the next twelve weeks, we'll be welcoming some fascinating guests onto the show to discuss what we can learn from our children about our relationship with God. Each week will be loosely based on a different chapter of Anna Hawken's forthcoming book, 'Being God's Child'.

In today's episode, Anna chats to single mum of three Toro Olusegun about what it means to relate to God in a father-child relationship. Toro ('Lady Tee') is an independent social worker, trauma coach and founder of the Whole Woman. She's a good listener, an encourager, a passionate woman of God who, having faced her fair share of life's curve balls, encourages others to live with courage, resilience and hope.

The vision of The Whole Woman, Toro's ministry, is about wholeness, rebuilding and restoration of single mums. It equips single mothers to rebuild their foundations so that they can identify their capabilities, maximise their potentials and be whole, in order to raise children who thrive.

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– Follow Toro on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thewholewomanministry/
– Jireh (Elevation Worship and Maverick City) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_gCSJI6DKM
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No God, No Passport, No Problem?! 2:03: All-inclusive resorts are a perverted reflection of eternal paradise.3:53: True rest poem – John Sullivan Dwight.8:10: Leaving God out and the affect of luxury on the heart.11:35: Tower of Babel, weird things people people read, and dandelion wine.17:38: What happens when you don’t have your passport.28:00: Meanwhile, back in Minneapolis…34:08: Kids are sinners and Faith is going through some things.38:00: Homemade chicken fingers recipe.40:30: JR’s still nerding out on steak and beef, and wants his own cow.45:12: Garden Update.47:09: Philosophy of gardening- Ruth Stout and her method of planting potatoes.50:46: Changing diets, more tea and pre-making sausage.54:42 Interesting things we’ve learned about green tea.59:22: Reflections on God being glorified and Jesus’s outlook leading ip to the crucifixion. Sinclair Ferguson: Lessons from the Upper Room.Too Busy to Flush Telegram GroupGet $10 in Bitcoin! (Gemini App)Pique Tea – Referral Link (Website)
What’s Your Parenting Style?- Podcast #705 Cathy and Todd discuss the research behind parenting styles and how it affects our communication and even our politics. They also discuss the “Tennessee Three” and how it relates to the difference between generations and how we are evolving (or not evolving) as people and as a country. They share a viral TikTok post from GradSchoolGramma that demonstrates what it really looks like parent in a self-aware, compassionate way, and mindful way.  Click here to learn more.
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3:27 New Team Zen Members
5:46 Zen Parenting Moment- Real, Vulnerable, Pay Attention
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14:18 Permissive
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How to Raise Leaders- Podcast #706 Todd & Cathy discuss evidence-based ways to be an effective leader and how to teach and demonstrate leadership to your children. They discuss the importance of early and ongoing social emotional learning, and how everything begins with self-awareness. They also process Adam Grant’s research around give and take, why knowing your “why” is important, and why feedback hits differently depending on your background and experience.
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Hannah + Max – Hyperemesis Gravidarum, Birth Anxiety, Fast Spontaneous Labour @ 38+2 In this episode of Kiwi Birth Tales, I speak to Hannah about her pregnancy, birth and life postpartum with her Son Max. In the episode, we cover: Hyperemesis GravidarumBirth Anxiety + fear about having to give birth Bonding in pregnancy Your Birth Project (birth education) Didn't find out sex of baby in pregnancyTens MachineFast spontaneous labour at 38+2 weeks Involuntary pushing Birth combTearing during birth, anxiety about thisSCBU stay due to mucus in lungs Mini pump bottle while going to the toilet Viva La Vula Kit, Witch Hazel Silverette Cups for breastfeedingMum2Mum SwaddlesFind me @kiwibirthtales and @yourbirthproject Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Inspiring mumpreneur shares her tips for starting a business Have you ever thought about launching a new product? We speak to entrepreneur Laura Campbell who saw the need for a baby carrier that didn't break your back… so she created one herself! Here, she shares her business journey from idea to the launch of the Hackerlily HipSurfer!Got yourself a Stage 9 Clinger? Or perhaps a teether, light sleeper or adventure seeker? Babies get heavy and carrying a toddler is back-breaking stuff. Entrepreneur and Mum of two, Laura Campbell has launched a baby carrier aimed at lightening the load of parenthood, designed for health, convenience and fashion.But launching a product isn't easy! Rachel and Sarah from The Parenting Couch podcast sit down with Laura to find out why she decided to create a baby product, and the exact steps she took to get it launched! In this episode, you'll learn:Why Laura created the Hackerlily HipSurferHow she created a product from scratch to make carrying kids easier (and more stylish!)What makes the Hackerlily HipSurfer different to other baby carriersHow much she had to invest to get the product to marketThe big challenges she has faced in launching a baby productThe best online business community groups to use for supportWhy she wants more mums to launch businessesAbout Laura CampbellLaura Campbell is a mum of two, Entrepreneur and Founder of Hackerlily HipSurfer.Laura has designed the first baby carrier of its kind in Australia, aimed at lightening the load of parenthood. The award -winning HipSurfer hipseat baby carrier is the product of Laura’s lived experience of raising two young children in the hot Australian climate, while managing the symptoms of arthritis and Carpal Tunnel. In 2021, while Laura was on maternity leave with her son, she found herself struggling with painful swelling in her back and joints, and carrying her baby felt impossible. Unable to find a  carrier that suited her style or needs and that didn’t take minutes to strap on, she set about designing her own.Eight prototypes later, the Hackerlily HipSurfer was born- an ergonomic, doctor-approved, strap-free, hipseat baby carrier with built-in storage and world first interchangeable cover.Special Offer: 10% offWant a Hackerlily HipSurfer for yourself? Laura is giving listeners the opportunity to buy one online with a 10% discount!Click here to view the Hackerlily HipSurfer range.Promo Code: NSMUMS10Hurry, offer ends 30 April 2023
Episode 262: BEHAVIOR EXPLAINER: Understanding "Sensitive" Reactions Many children with big feelings react strongly to situations that seem like no big deal, like when they forget to take a plate away or have to fix one thing on their homework. In those moments, kids get really upset, and they don’t react well when we tell them that it’s no big deal. These sensitive kids often need something different than logic or reason…but what? In this episode, you’ll learn what is beneath “sensitive” children’s big reactions, what they really need in that moment in order to calm down, and how you can foster resilience in your child in a way that also builds self esteem that lasts.
BONUS Episode: "Ask Me 3" With Online Safety Expert Lisa Honold Welcome to a bonus "Ask Me 3" episode with online safety expert Lisa Honold!  Listen as I ask Lisa the 3 questions: 1. How can I reduce screen time at our house without making us all miserable? 2.  Related to devices and technology and social media and online safety, what should I be thinking about and preparing for at different ages and stages? 3.  How can I get my kids to buy into screen time limits and rules we have as a family? Listen as Lisa asks me the 3 questions: 1. How do I intervene when 1 sibling is physically abusing another without making the first one feel ashamed and the victim powerless or "the winner" because they got our help? 2. How do I get my child to help? My 8 yo used to clear her place from late toddlerhood until Covid. Now she leaves dishes, absentmindedly beginning to play or dance or something. (My husband does this also!)… also with laundry, books, toys etc. And reminding them just makes them irritated.  3. How do I get my tween (12yo) to stop lying?
Episode 261: PROBLEM PREVENTER: How to Be Firm and Respectful at the Same Time Many of us believe that when you’re responding to kids’ behavior, you can either be firm OR you can be respectful — not both, and definitely not both at the same time. Not only is it possible to balance firmness and respect, but it’s actually essential to do so if you want to be a powerful positive influence and foster internal motivation. In this episode, we’ll discuss why balancing these two qualities is necessary, why it’s easier than you think, and what it actually looks and sounds like to respond with firmness and respect, even in challenging situations.
TPP 327: Debbie Reber Reflects on 7 Years of Tilt Parenting & the Tilt "Revolution" (Solocast) This is going to be a different kind of an episode, because it’s the seven-year anniversary of Tilt Parenting (!) and it felt like a good time to do some reflection on where we – you, me, this community – are now. And I wanted to reflect because I think it’s important to pause, take a breath, and notice this moment. So, in this episode, I’ll share reflections on what has changed in the “Tilt revolution” and the neurodiversity movement in the years since Tilt Parenting first launched, including the language used in this space. I also get a little personal and give you some updates from my world, our family’s journey, and what’s next. Lastly, I always want to offer something practical and tangible that you can take with you into your daily life, so I’ll tell you about the five biggest lessons I’ve been learning over the past few years and explain how they’ve impacted our family dynamic, and my own life as the parent of a differently wired kid.Things you'll learn from this episode:How the conversation, and terminology, surrounding neurodivergence and the “movement” has evolved over the past seven yearsHow I envisioned Tilt when I first developed itWhy I believe there is no such thing as “normal”What I see as the most exciting developments in neuroscience developments and how they’ll impact differently wired childrenHow my personal life has changed since I started Tilt and the challenges I’ve encountered in doing the inner workThe five biggest lessons I’ve been learning over (and over) again in recent yearsSupport the showConnect with Tilt Parenting Visit Tilt Parenting Take the free 7-Day Challenge Read a chapter of Differently Wired Follow Tilt on Twitter & Instagram
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Prioritizing Health as a Dad with Seth Schmidt In this episode of A Tribe Called Dad, we speak with Seth, a father who has made a conscious effort to prioritize his health for the benefit of himself and his family. Seth shares his journey towards achieving better health, including making changes to his diet and exercise routine.
We discuss the challenges that dads often face when trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle while balancing the demands of parenting and work. Seth offers practical tips for other dads looking to make positive changes to their health, including simple ways to incorporate physical activity and healthy eating habits into their busy schedules.
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Why Mindset Matters AND The Three Most Relevant Mindsets For Today’s Young People If I could wave a magic wand and improve just ONE thing for many of the young people that I help at my office, I would transform their negative and limiting mindsets into positive and empowering ones. This episode was inspired by some of the recent work that I've been implementing into the sessions with teens in my office. I can't tell you enough how focusing on changing the mindsets of many of my young patients has really improved their mental health, connections with family and friends, and made their self-esteem skyrocket. In this episode, you'll learn: [8:22] What mindset is and how it relates to your young person [9:15] How mindset influences your young person's emotions and behaviors (and if you want to change your young person's emotions or behaviors you have to START with their mindset) [11:00] The two categories of mindset: positive and empowering mindsets or negative and limiting mindsets [16:11] The importance of still highlighting some classic mindsets that continue to be important for raising great young people [17:15] Three NEW mindsets that I believe every Modern Parent needs to be teaching their young people: 1) being uncomfortable is temporary, 2) everything is figureoutable, and 3) challenges are not your identity; your accomplishments are. [34:09] Five negative mindsets to avoid [39:02] Are YOU modeling a positive or negative mindset to your young person? Be accountable! As always, I give you lots of real-world examples as I teach the concept of mindset. Want more info on Modern Parent? Check out the great resources below… THE SELF-MOTIVATION CHEAT SHEET: CLICK HERE to download the free Self-Motivation Cheat Sheet THE SELF-MOTIVATION SUCCESS ACADEMY: Need more support in helping your child or teen master self-motivation? Then check out our online course for parents – The Self-Motivation Success Academy. NEWSLETTER: Click HERE to join my email newsletter and be the first to be notified of enrollment for the Self-Motivation Success Academy ASK ME A QUESTION OR BE ON THE SHOW: Send me an email at [email protected] and tell me about your Modern Parenting challenge. You might be a great fit for me to work with you on a future episode ? ONLINE PARENTING CLASSES: Check out our 100% court-approved classes by clicking HERE. PARENT COACHING: Want to work with me one-on-one? Click HERE to find out more.
Check out the games we are playing this month? – PvG 62 Killa and James discuss the new Games that they are playing this week. Scum and Smalland. Listen to hear all about them or check out the video episode on youtube to see them in action.//Steam Links to the games//Smalland: Survive the Wildshttps://store.steampowered.com/app/768200/Smalland_Survive_the_Wilds/SCUMhttps://store.steampowered.com/app/513710/SCUM///HOSTS//Killa at https://www.twitch.tv/killakane0801James: https://www.twitch.tv/jam3sthe3rd//FOLLOW US//Join our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090111901617 Follow our Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentsVsGamingJoin our Discord The Bakery and help us start a brand new community: https://discord.gg/wGmcTbsHm5Follow us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@parentsvsgaming//PARTNERS//Also we have a new partner in ID Life!Click the link below for a 10% discount off any of their products!https://ParentsvsGaming.idlife.com // CONTACT US //Want to get in touch with us to share a story? Have a business inquiry? Want to be apart of our team at Parents vs Gaming? Email us at: [email protected]// ABOUT US //Parents vs Gaming is our Weekly podcast show where we try to keep parents in the know and give our advice and how to be involved in gaming. Or we help out those relationship gamers and how to balance life and gaming.
Psychologist explains your Kids Brains on Video Games — PvG 63 Killa and James discuss an article from PureWOW.com about video gaems and your kids brains.https://www.purewow.com/family/what-happens-to-kids-brains-when-they-play-video-games //HOSTS//Killa at https://www.twitch.tv/killakane0801James: https://www.twitch.tv/jam3sthe3rd//FOLLOW US//Join our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090111901617 Follow our Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentsVsGamingJoin our Discord The Bakery and help us start a brand new community: https://discord.gg/wGmcTbsHm5Follow us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@parentsvsgaming//PARTNERS//Also we have a new partner in ID Life!Click the link below for a 10% discount off any of their products!https://ParentsvsGaming.idlife.com // CONTACT US //Want to get in touch with us to share a story? Have a business inquiry? Want to be apart of our team at Parents vs Gaming? Email us at: [email protected]// ABOUT US //Parents vs Gaming is our Weekly podcast show where we try to keep parents in the know and give our advice and how to be involved in gaming. Or we help out those relationship gamers and how to balance life and gaming.
Spring Series: What You Need to Know About the Enneagram Nine! | Hazel Wong I would love to invite you to join me on a journey of self-discovery and compassion to learn insights about the personality type often known as the peacemaker, the serenity seeker, the comfortable companion, or the conflict-avoider.And, if you know a Nine or want others to know more about the Nine personality Type, go ahead and follow that prompting to share this podcast with them. Just use this podcast platform's share feature so this episode can give others an opportunity to learn more about the invaluable contributions of the Enneagram Nine. Episode timestamps:Teaching by Amy on Nines: 2:36Testimony from a Nine: 15:04Prayer and scripture by Deanna for Nines: 18:56Past episodes about Enneagram Nines: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-you-really-need-to-know-about-an-enneagram-nine/id1216920050?i=1000494025060https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-value-of-your-story-with-enneagram-nine-robyn-kown/id1216920050?i=1000531520674https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/simply-wholehearted-podcast/id1216920050?i=1000494025060https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enneagram-nines-thriving-at-work-and-home/id1216920050?i=1000556202213 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/book-writing-and-wholeness-in-marriage-guest-marilyn/id1216920050?i=1000582134256Meet the Collective here!Connect with Amy:IGWebsite
777| Tough Postpartum with PPA during Covid After Induction for Gestational Hypertension – Kelly Williamson This episode is part of our postpartum series in partnership with Ergobaby. Check out their baby carriers and other innovative baby products at ergobaby.com.  The Birth Hour Links: Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Use code 100OFF for $100 off enrollment Beyond the First Latch Course (comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
778| Fast, Empowered, Pandemic Homebirth After Cross Country Move During Pregnancy – Akua Carson Sponsor: Download the free to use Oath Care app! Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Use code 100OFF for $100 off enrollment Beyond the First Latch Course (comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
779| Positive Unmedicated Hospital Birth Unexpected OR Vaginal Delivery – Melissa Noel [Rebroadcast] Links: Get your breast pump for free at aeroflowbreastpumps.com/birthhour and use promo code BIRTHHOUR15 at for 15% off supplies and accessories. Know Your Options Online Childbirth Course Beyond the First Latch Course (comes free with KYO course) Support The Birth Hour via Patreon!
Episode 3: (I Need To) Put More Water In My Beans – Conversations With My Immigrant Parents S3 In Tūranganui-a-Kiwa, Mara and Beto learn how their son Jamil found out about the birds and the bees in Brazil while their kids talk about growing up Black in Gisborne, and having DJs for parents.
Connecting with a Strong Personality Child Most parents have at lease one child with a strong personality, John and Danny discuss who the strong-willed kids are in their homes, and Jim Daly talks with Becky Harling about this topic as well. She'll even share how she's learned to receive feedback from her kids about her parenting.Find us online at focusonthefamily.com/parentingpodcast, or call 1-800-A-FAMILY.Receive the book "How to Listen So Your Kids Will Talk" for your donation of any amount! Get More Episode ResourcesListen AnytimeIf you've listened to any of our podcasts, please give us your feedback.
Episode 198-"How to Build Trust Between You and Your Kids" Guest: Dr. Henry Cloud Join Dr. Meeker and Dr. Cloud as they discuss his new book, Trust. Rich with wisdom drawn from decades of experience in clinical practice, business consulting and research, Trust is the ultimate resource for managing this most complex and fundamental of human bonds.Topics covered:Trust is the fuel for all of life. We are wired biologically, neurologically, emotionally, spiritually, and psychologically to trust.Trust is the currency that drives every relationship, beginning with the foundational bond between infants and their mothers, extending to the trust networks that undergird every human endeavor–art, science, commerce–and binding together every relationship we have ever had or ever will haveTrust: Knowing When to Give It, When to Withhold It, How to Earn It, and How to Fix It When It Gets Broken.Understand how to implement them: understanding, motive, capability, character, and track record. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DrHenryCloud/Instagram:@drhenrycloudofficial Twitter:@drhenrycloudWebsite: drcloud.com
Episode 199-"Peaceful Discipline" Guest: Sarah Moore In this episode Dr. Meeker and guest Sarah Moore have an intriguing conversation about her new book, Peaceful Discipline: Story Teaching, Brain Science, & Better Behavior. At the end of the day every parent wants to feel good about their parenting and good about the relationship they have with their child/children.Topics covered:The body-brain connection to behavior, why most "consequences" don't work, and what to do instead.How parents and children can regulate their nervous systems to foster greater connection, even in the thick of adversity.The power of connection over punishment.Your relationship with your child/children is a long-term relationship.Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/DandelionSeedsPositiveParenting/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dandelionseedspositiveliving/Twitter: https://twitter.com/dandelionseeds5Website: https://dandelion-seeds.com/about-us/FROM THE PRODUCERThanks for listening to Episode #199 Peaceful Parenting and for helping Dr. Meg’s parenting revolution reach more than SEVEN MILLION downloads! Please subscribe, rate and leave a review for us on iTunes!Get Social with Dr. Meg on Facebook & Instagram @MegMeekerMDCheck out Dr. Meg’s parenting resources and tools! www.meekerparenting.com
Sacred Encounters – Pathways, Turning Points, and Divine Guideposts with SIMRAN Are you looking for ways to enhance your ability to uncover the Cosmic Guidance available to us all? If you answer Yes, join SIMRAN and me on Wednesday, April 12th, from 10 – 11 A.M. Central Time U.S. Our conversation is about her remarkable life journey and how you can learn how to pick up the subtle signs our Universe is conveying to help and assist us in our journey to living an empowered life!

Known as the 11:11 Lady, SIMRAN is a Love Catalyst, a Rebel Humanitarian, and a proponent of greater balance, neutrality, compassion, and inner peace. As an “Example” of a New World Experience of Aliveness, she advocates for the visionary and mystical embodied within each person. She steers individuals toward embracing their darkest depths to uncover their brilliance of light to attain true wholeness, personal power, and peace.

SIMRAN is the author of SIGNS – Sacred Encounters with Pathways, Turning Points, and Divine Guideposts, a Common Sentience series book. SIGNS brings the mystical to the mainstream by sharing spiritual wisdom and true stories of many people's Divine experiences.

She is also the #1 rated host of 11:11 Talk Radio and publisher of Nautilus Award-winning 11:11 Magazine and creates art, online courses, books, and media to bridge humanity’s experience and expression. SIMRAN is a TEDx speaker and creator of a One-Woman Show that spanned 11 months and 66 cities, The Rebel Road… Connecting the Dots from What Was to What Is.

She has appeared on GAIAM TV, One Word Puja Network, CCN, and The New Thought Channel. SIMRAN has also spoken at The World Congress of Illumination, the United Nations, universities, and spiritual centers across North America.
Teaching Girls How to Make Better Decisions Show Notes: Dr. Sheila Ohlsson discusses her book, Wise Decisions, about how to teach girls to make better decisions. The following are topics discussed with author Dr. Sheila Ohlsson: How to reframe old negative beliefs … Teaching Girls How to Make Better Decisions Read More »
Why Is My Daughter So Lonely? Show Notes: Learn the many reasons why girls may feel lonely & disconnected, including friendship drama & social media. Statistics on loneliness in kids and adults Dr. Jordan shows mental health stats of college women, … Why Is My Daughter So Lonely? Read More »
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207: Reflections of Hope After Child Loss When we are faced with the shock of child loss, literally every part of us is out of whack our thoughts, our bodies, our emotions, and even our relationship with God.
Most of us start looking for some sort of hope, that life will not always be like this. We look for a way to try and make sense of why a good God would allow this to happen. Unfortunately, these things can be hard to find.
For almost three years, Laura has been working on a book to help pareavors find hope in all these areas, and she is thrilled to announce that Reflections of Hope: Daily Readings for Bereaved Parents is now available.
In today's episode, Laura brings on two guests, Sara Nelson and Vickie Hickox, who were part of a team of twelve bereaved parents that stuck with her for over a year, reading every entry and giving valuable feedback. Sara and Vickie share their thoughts on Reflections of Hope, so the listeners can hear from other pareavors how this book will help them in this difficult journey, no matter the age of your child, how he or she died, or how long or short of time it has been.
Sara Faith Nelson taught elementary and middle school grades for 15 years. Now she enjoys pursuing her love of writing. The primary focus of her writing has always leaned toward themes of hope, faith, and trust in the goodness of God. Since the death of her daughter and only child, she writes about her grief journey and surviving a devastating loss. She continues to write about trusting in God's goodness and grace while grappling with the hard questions. Sara and her husband, Dennis, live in Arizona.
Vickie Hickox lost her son, Dominic, from this earth on June 22, 2019 from brain cancer, which sent her on a journey to rediscover who God is in the midst of such a horrible tragedy. She was a correctional officer in a county jail in Georgia for ten years and recently moved, continuing her career in Florida to be closer to her other children and grandchildren.  Whenever she can get away from her job, Vickie enjoys spending time with her family, and time on a beach somewhere.
(Note: The views and opinions of our guests outside of this podcast may not be in agreement with GPS Hope.)

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Click here to find out more about Reflections of Hope: Daily Readings for Bereaved Parents. This is where you will also find how to participate in the preorder bonus of joining Laura live for for Mondays in May.
Join Laura and Dave, as well as Sara and Vickie on The Grief Cruise in October! Click here for information.

Birthdays:
Briana Martinez was born on April 17 and is forever 17.
Christopher Schofer was born on April 21 and is forever 25.
Adam Sharp was born on April 21 and is forever 19.
Shannon Chevalier was born on April 21 and is forever 27.

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Remember to Hold On Pain Eases; there is HOPE!

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S3 Episode 4 – Thriving Abroad: Maria Madsen's Journey to Making Denmark Home Part 1 of Maria Madsen's Story in Denmark
In this episode, we dive into the inspiring story of Maria Madsen, who faced numerous challenges upon moving to Denmark. From language barriers to cultural differences, Maria initially found it difficult to integrate into Danish society. However, with the support of other internationals, Maria found her footing and made Denmark her home.
Tune in as Maria shares her experience of navigating work and motherhood in Denmark, and how she overcame the obstacles that stood in her way. If you're an international living in a foreign country or just curious about how to adapt to a new culture, you won't want to miss this episode!

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Her website: https://www.landermadsen.dk/
Her business: www.421north.com
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S3 Episode 5 – Thriving Abroad: Maria Madsen's Journey To Starting A Business Abroad This episode is a sequel to the earlier episode Thriving Abroad: Maria Madsen's Journey to Making Denmark Home This episode is an epic adventure! Maria Madsen not only switched careers, but she did it all while in a foreign land. Maria took her skills and transformed them into a thriving toy business. And get this – she learned those skills when she was just a wee lass!
In this episode, you will learn
3:00 – how she moved from being a graphic designer to a product designer.
7:03 – How she started her company
12:00 – How having kids could inspire your business drive
13:45 – Making the first steps in starting her business
20:00 – The big dilemma in marketing and how grants for small businesses came through for her.
22:00 – Why you need trademarks for your business.
28:00 – Her response to the question "Is language a barrier in doing business?"
31:00 – Tips for starting a business
33:00 – Kid-friendly places in Denmark.

Join us as we hear about Maria's awe-inspiring journey of starting up her business in Denmark. We'll hear all about how she sought advice, scrounged up funding, and summoned the courage to dive headfirst into entrepreneurship in a completely new and unfamiliar environment.
This is a story you won't want to miss, folks!
Fact or Fiction One of the best ways to learn more about your teen is to share something interesting about yourself that they don’t know. In this episode we play a fun game of fact or fiction to see if we know each other as well as we think we do.
*  How can I be compassionate towards my child’s behaviors without letting them fall into victimhood?
*  Is my bar too low?
*  Will my transracially adopted child feel more isolated if he’s the only person of color in our family?
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#196: [mailbag] victimhood mentality, lowering the bar, transracial adoption, Job Corps This week we answer listener questions such as:
*  How can I be compassionate towards my child's behaviors without letting them fall into victimhood?
*  Is my bar too low?
*  Will my transracially adopted child feel more isolated if he's the only person of color in our family?
*  What are the pros and cons of Job Corps for older teens?
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#27: Tips for Getting Chores Done
#161: [workshop] A New Twist on Chores with Greg Rea
Job Corps
#200 Finding Successful Post-Adoption Support Do you feel isolated or alone in your parenting journey? Do you have trouble connecting with other parents because they don't seem to understand your life? We're celebrating our 200th episode with some friends from The Village, our monthly membership community. They share why they joined and why they stay. They share diversity in how they came to adoption (including kinship) and in their experiences (a dad, a single mom, etc.), but they all agree that there's power in community. They also share some sweet words of encouragement as we close, so make sure to listen to the end!
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Join The Village (use code 'podcast')
The Safe and Sound Protocol podcast episode with Robyn Gobbel and Melissa Corkum
The Regulation Rescue
#204: [workshop] Raising Worry-Free Kids with David Thomas, LMSW Kids are growing up in a world of worry today. Anxiety, in fact, is a childhood epidemic, effecting 1 out of every 4 children. Kids of all ages feel pressure…from the expectations around them, inside of them, and even, unknowingly, from us. What can we do to slow the epidemic for kids, in general? And, even more importantly, what can you do to calm the worry-related meltdowns and help your child find the confidence to fight his or her own brand of Worry Monster?
In this workshop, you’ll gain:
• understanding the what’s and why’s in terms of the differences between anxiety and worry, and where your child is on the continuum
• help practically with tools to overcome the worry that he or she will inevitably face
• hope as your child discovers a sense of resilience that is stronger than any worry this age of
anxiety can bring
Children need understanding, help, and hope. You can make a profound difference in their their journey to finding all three. You will come out of this seminar feeling not only more confident in your parenting but in your ability to help them discover all of the courage that is already inside of them.
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Raising Boys & Girls Website
Books by David Thomas
Raising Boys & Girls Podcast
Follow David on Instagram
#205: What We Learned in 2022 (reflections) With the demands of life and parenting, it can be hard to find time to stop and reflect. But pausing and reflecting is good for our soul, our nervous system, and our relationships. In this last episode for 2022 we thought it would be fun to recap the year. What we learned. When we experienced God's kindness. What we're excited about in 2023.
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Start with Hello* by Shannon Martin
Books by Ruth Haley Barton*
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* When do you give consequences in your home?
* What do we do when the simple act of setting a boundary is a guarantee of conflict and disrespect?
* How can start facilitating a healthier attachment and decrease separation anxiety?
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#211: [mailbag] Boundaries, structure vs. nurture, separation anxiety, birth family This week we answer listener questions such as:

* When do you give consequences in your home?
* What do we do when the simple act of setting a boundary is a guarantee of conflict and disrespect?
* How can start facilitating a healthier attachment and decrease separation anxiety?
* What do we do if our son is sneaking out to spend time with his birth family?

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#212: The World’s First Embryo Adoptee Comes Full Circle with Hannah Strege Hannah Strege is the first adopted frozen embryo in the world, adopted through the Snowflakes Embryo Adoption program at Nightlight Christian adoptions. She shares about the importance of adoptees knowing their origin story, how she navigates her open adoption, and how adoption impacts her identity. Hannah is a graduate student at Baylor University working on a Masters of Social Work degree. She hopes to some day open a private practice to counsel adoptees, placing families, and adopting families/couples throughout the lifelong adoption process.
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Nightlight Christian Adoptions
A Snowflake Named Hannah* by John Strege
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#216: Breaking Free from the Cycle of Generational Abuse with Former Foster Youth Kristen Thomas When Kristen Thomas acted out as a child at school, it was a cry for help, but she was instead labeled as a "difficult child." Eventually placed in foster care, Kristen struggled with shame and being misunderstood by the people who were supposed to protect her. In this episode, she openly shares her story of how she's breaking the cycle of generational abuse in her family. She also shares the importance and role of community and what she needed from her caregivers.
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#217: [workshop] Explaining Our Families to Others with Beth Smith Feger, PhD Parenting kids who have experienced trauma, loss and separation can be challenging. Finding strategies that heal and actually work provides hope to parents who are struggling, but these strategies can seem strange to others. Our parents, neighbors, friends, and family (maybe even that lady we see at church each week) have opinions, suggestions and perhaps even judgment about our new parenting strategies. This workshop will give us some tools to help our loved ones understand why we parent the way we do.
Beth Smith Feger has over 20 years of experience in training and education. Since completing a Ph.D. in early childhood education in 2009, she has worked training teachers, parents and young people. She is a passionate life long learner and has co-written a text book for early childhood educators. She is currently the Director of Programs at Fostering Hope, an organization the equips and supports families and churches to care for children who have experienced trauma. She is also the mom to three kids, two adopted from foster care. She lives in Austin with her family and enjoys reading, swimming and Marvel movies.
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#198: Staying Connected to Your Spouse When You’re Grieving Differently with Lisa Qualls When your adoption journey is different than what you expected, there are a lot of ambiguous losses to grieve. Every parent will process and experience grief individually and on their own timeline. This week, Lisa shares five ways to hold onto your marriage, even if grief seems to be tearing you apart.
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#119: Prioritizing Your Marriage as Adoptive Parents with Currey and JJ Blandford
#195: [workshop] Maintaining a Strong Marriage When Parenting Is Hard
Join The Village (use the code: podcast)
Girls with Impact with Jennifer Openshaw Dr. Dan interviews CEO/Founder of Girls with Impact Jennifer Openshaw about the organization’s work to provide leadership education for under-resourced young women. This interview is inspired by the recent celebrations for Women’s History month and International Women’s Day.Guest Jennifer Openshaw speaks to Dr. Dan about leadership and her organization’s mission to train the next generation of female leaders, entrepreneurs, and innovators in order to drive equity, diversity, and economic growth. Dr. Dan explores how Jennifer’s passion for advancing girls comes from her own life story: at the age of 14, she took on her first “real” job as a maid in a motel while her mother worked two full-time jobs as a waitress to support the family. Today, Jen has built five new organizations, authored three books, and provided financial tools to a half-million consumers.Jennifer’s passion is contagious – this episode about Girls With Impact will empower future female leaders (and their parents).For more information and to get involved visit the Girls With Impact website: www.girlswithimpact.org.Email your parenting questions to Dr. Dan [email protected] (we might answer on a future episode).Follow us @parentfootprintpodcast (Instagram, Facebook) and @drdanpeters (Twitter).Listen, follow, and leave us a review on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Wondery, or wherever you like to listen!Don’t forget, you can hear every episode one week early and ad-free by subscribing to Wondery+ in the @WonderyMedia App.For more information:www.exactlyrightmedia.com www.drdanpeters.comFor podcast merch:www.exactlyrightmedia.com/parent-footprint-shopSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
R&C/EP 301 Craft of Fatherhood: Tenderness, Cussing, and Seasons On this week's episode of the Craft of Fatherhood podcast, Ned shares thoughts on how to be tender with your kiddos and the importance of your approach, why he needs to stop cussing, and the importance of understanding the season of life you are in.———-Order The Adventure of Fatherhood children's book hereCheck out the TEDx: Fatherhood Can Change the World———-Want to learn more about The Adventure of Fatherhood?https://www.adventureoffatherhood.com/https://www.rebelandcreate.com/Each week Ned sits down with a dad and asks him to open up his field notes and share with other men who find themselves on the Adventure of Fatherhood.Follow us:Instagram: www.instagram.com/rebelandcreateYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/rebelandcreate/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebelandcreate/
Check out the games we are playing this month? – PvG 62 Killa and James discuss the new Games that they are playing this week. Scum and Smalland. Listen to hear all about them or check out the video episode on youtube to see them in action.//Steam Links to the games//Smalland: Survive the Wildshttps://store.steampowered.com/app/768200/Smalland_Survive_the_Wilds/SCUMhttps://store.steampowered.com/app/513710/SCUM///HOSTS//Killa at https://www.twitch.tv/killakane0801James: https://www.twitch.tv/jam3sthe3rd//FOLLOW US//Join our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090111901617 Follow our Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentsVsGamingJoin our Discord The Bakery and help us start a brand new community: https://discord.gg/wGmcTbsHm5Follow us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@parentsvsgaming//PARTNERS//Also we have a new partner in ID Life!Click the link below for a 10% discount off any of their products!https://ParentsvsGaming.idlife.com // CONTACT US //Want to get in touch with us to share a story? Have a business inquiry? Want to be apart of our team at Parents vs Gaming? Email us at: [email protected]// ABOUT US //Parents vs Gaming is our Weekly podcast show where we try to keep parents in the know and give our advice and how to be involved in gaming. Or we help out those relationship gamers and how to balance life and gaming.
Psychologist explains your Kids Brains on Video Games — PvG 63 Killa and James discuss an article from PureWOW.com about video gaems and your kids brains.https://www.purewow.com/family/what-happens-to-kids-brains-when-they-play-video-games //HOSTS//Killa at https://www.twitch.tv/killakane0801James: https://www.twitch.tv/jam3sthe3rd//FOLLOW US//Join our Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100090111901617 Follow our Twitter: https://twitter.com/ParentsVsGamingJoin our Discord The Bakery and help us start a brand new community: https://discord.gg/wGmcTbsHm5Follow us on YOUTUBE: https://www.youtube.com/@parentsvsgaming//PARTNERS//Also we have a new partner in ID Life!Click the link below for a 10% discount off any of their products!https://ParentsvsGaming.idlife.com // CONTACT US //Want to get in touch with us to share a story? Have a business inquiry? Want to be apart of our team at Parents vs Gaming? Email us at: [email protected]// ABOUT US //Parents vs Gaming is our Weekly podcast show where we try to keep parents in the know and give our advice and how to be involved in gaming. Or we help out those relationship gamers and how to balance life and gaming.
Health Plans for Kids The health and safety of children is a top priority for families. Enrolling in health insurance makes going to the doctor much more accessible. But it can be difficult to find an insurance plan that meets your little ones’ needs and fits your family budget. We visit with Mark Schafer, the Program Support Administrator at the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System, to discuss the low-cost health program called the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Learn the ins and outs of coverage options and how your family can enroll.Host:Jessica Stewart-Gonzalez is the Chief of the Office of Children’s Health at the Arizona Department of Health Services. She is married, has two young children, and loves reading (anything except parenting books!) and watching movies and TV.  She loves to spend time with her kids (when they aren’t driving her crazy) and celebrating all of their little, and big, accomplishments. Jessica has been in the field of family and child development for over 20 years, working towards normalizing the hard work of parenting and making it easier to ask the hard questions.Links: KidsCare – Arizona's Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP)AHCCCS Covered ServicesAHCCCS Available Health PlansStrong Families AZHost: Jessica Stewart-Gonzalez
#72: Anita Cleare – founder of The Positive Parenting Project Anita Cleare is a parenting expert, writer and coach and co-founder of the Positive Parenting Project. Her book, The Work/Parent Switch (known as The Working Parent’s Survival Guide in USA) is a positive parenting guide for working parents.Anita started her career in international development, spending four and a half years in Mongolia where she went through both of her pregnancies. (Her eldest son learnt to say ‘mummy’ in Mongolian before he said it in English!).After becoming a single parent, Anita changed careers. She worked as a strategic manager in a local authority children’s services for nine years, setting up and managing early intervention, targeted and specialist family support services including Sure Start Children’s Centres, parent support lines, teenage pregnancy prevention projects and intensive family support.In 2012 Anita founded The Positive Parenting Project, a social enterprise which aims to bring the benefits of proven evidence-based parenting strategies to as many parents (and children) as possible.Find out more about Anita:https://anitacleare.co.uk/https://www.linkedin.com/in/anita-cleare-b8a15465/ABOUT ME – AYESHA MURRAY I'm an accredited career coach with over 20 years experience in the corporate world. Having experienced the working parent juggle first hand, I now coach people through their career and life challenges. WORK WITH ME I'm here to give you the confidence, self-belief and support to help you design a life that works for you and your family. Through tried and tested approaches, tools and methodologies, you'll leave the coaching process with clear direction, motivation and energy. If you'd like to find out more about how coaching could work for you, book a free 30 min call at https://calendly.com/ayeshamurraycoaching/discovery-call CONNECT WITH MEwww.ayeshamurray.comwww.linkedin.com/in/ayeshamurray75www.instagram.com/ayeshamurray_coaching DISCLAIMERThe views, thoughts and opinions expressed in this podcast belong solely to the host and guest speakers. Please conduct your own due diligence.
99. Buying, living, and teaching sustainability: Simple steps that can help save our planet with The New York Stylist, Liz Teich I am celebrating Earth Day by sitting down with stylist Liz Teich to talk fast fashion, sustainability, our excess of clutter, and how we can model living a more sustainable and green lifestyle for our children.   With practical tips for making your wardrobe last longer, to suggestions for carefully curating the pieces and toys in your home, this episode will be the perfect way for you to kick off thinking about manageable shifts you can make to take care of the planet this Earth Day and beyond.     I want to hear from you! Send me a topic you want me to cover or a question you want answered on the show! ✨ DM me on Instagram at @securelyattachedpodcast or @drsarahbren ✨ Send an email to [email protected] ✨ And check out drsarahbren.com for more parenting resources
Spring Series: What You Need to Know About the Enneagram Nine! | Hazel Wong I would love to invite you to join me on a journey of self-discovery and compassion to learn insights about the personality type often known as the peacemaker, the serenity seeker, the comfortable companion, or the conflict-avoider.And, if you know a Nine or want others to know more about the Nine personality Type, go ahead and follow that prompting to share this podcast with them. Just use this podcast platform's share feature so this episode can give others an opportunity to learn more about the invaluable contributions of the Enneagram Nine. Episode timestamps:Teaching by Amy on Nines: 2:36Testimony from a Nine: 15:04Prayer and scripture by Deanna for Nines: 18:56Past episodes about Enneagram Nines: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/what-you-really-need-to-know-about-an-enneagram-nine/id1216920050?i=1000494025060https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-value-of-your-story-with-enneagram-nine-robyn-kown/id1216920050?i=1000531520674https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/simply-wholehearted-podcast/id1216920050?i=1000494025060https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enneagram-nines-thriving-at-work-and-home/id1216920050?i=1000556202213 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/book-writing-and-wholeness-in-marriage-guest-marilyn/id1216920050?i=1000582134256Meet the Collective here!Connect with Amy:IGWebsite
Better Speech – Lenora Edwards We're chatting all about speech today! Thrilled to have a great guest on – she's a Speech Therapist and she gives us lots of great insight and advice on speech and everything that goes along with it – the milestones, things to look for and much more. Tune into Kid Don't Kill My Vibe! @kiddontkillmyvibe
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Get A Haircut! Or Not?… On today's episode, Todd and Scott discuss when to loosen the reins on our kids. It's a tough job, but we've got to do it.
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What Does It Mean To Provide? On today's episode, Todd and Scott talk about the need for dads to provide for our families and what that looks like. Join us!
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Mike Greenberg Talks Fatherhood, New Book, Sports & More Mike Greenberg sits down with me to talk about his fatherhood journey. We talk about the values he looked to instill into his kids. In addition he shares the life lessons his kids have taught him. After that we talk about this new book he wrote with Paul Hembekides, called Got Your Number: The Greatest Sports Legends and the Numbers They Own. Mike shares how this book came to be and how hard it was to select each number. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. 







About Mike Greenberg 



Mike Greenberg has been among the signature faces, and voices, of ESPN for more than a quarter century. He is currently the host of Get Up (ESPN) and NBA Countdown (ABC and ESPN). Plus he hosts, #Greeny (ESPN Radio), and Bettor Days (ESPN+). He previously co-hosted Mike and Mike with Mike Golic. The duo has been inducted into the National Radio Hall of Fame and the National Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Mike is the author of several previous books, and multiple NY TImes best-sellers. He is a graduate of the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University. He is a member of the Medill Hall of Achievement. Mike and his wife Stacy have two children, and reside in New York City. Follow Mike on Twitter and Instagram at @ESPNGreeny. Pick up his book, Got Your Number: The Greatest Sports Legends and the Numbers They Own, wherever you get books. and make sure him out on ESPN Radio and Get Up.  











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This week’s Art of Fatherhood podcast is being brought to you by Medela. Dads, when it comes to helping your partner or spouse with breastfeeding, only cleaning the baby bottles just won’t cut it. You need to do more. Ask your spouse what you can do to help with her transition when she goes back to work. At work if you are running a team or looking to be an advocate, talk to your team and HR department about how your office can offer support for breastfeeding employees. In addition, with the infant formula crisis, new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, a receding global health pandemic and a spike in inflation are all placing increasing pressure on new parents returning to work who need substantive support to continue breastfeeding. 



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The Art of Fatherhood Podcast podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with fantastic dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. You get a unique perspective on fatherhood from guests like Joe Montana, Kevin Smith, Danny Trejo, Jerry Rice, Jeff Foxworthy, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Kinney, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kyle Busch, Dennis Quaid, Dwight Freeney and many more.
Dana Snyder Talks Fatherhood, The Ghost and Molly McGee And More Dana Snyder stops by to talk about his fatherhood journey. We talk about the life lessons he has learned from his daughter and the values he looks to teach her. After that we talk about the this season of The Ghost and Molly McGee. Dana shares what we can expect from this season and the possible storylines for his character, Scratch. In addition we talk about voice acting and sneakers. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. 







About Dana Snyder 



Dana Snyder is the voice of Scratch in The Ghost and Molly McGee. He is a father of a 9-year-old daughter. Dana has lent his voice for many animated series, including Aqua Teen Hunger Force, The Thundermans, The Venture Bros., LEGO Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures, Disney Channel's Fish Hooks and Disney XD's Pickle and Peanut. Follow Dana on Twitter at @DanaSnyder and Instagram at @eyeofthesnyder. In addition make sure you check out his role of Scratch in The Ghost and Molly McGee.




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About The Art of Fatherhood Podcast 



The Art of Fatherhood Podcast podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with fantastic dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. You get a unique perspective on fatherhood from guests like Joe Montana, Kevin Smith, Danny Trejo, Jerry Rice, Jeff Foxworthy, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Kinney, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kyle Busch, Dennis Quaid, Dwight Freeney and many more.
Omid Abtahi Talks Fatherhood, The Mandalorian, Acting & More Omid Abtahi sits down with me to talk about his fatherhood journey. We talk about the values he looks to instill into his son. After that we talk about how his son was an extra on The Mandalorian. Omid shares the magical moment with me and how they both will remember that day. Next we talk about the roles that meant a lot to him and how much fun he has in his voice acting roles. Lastly, we finish the interview with the Fatherhood Quick Five. 







About Omid Abtahi 



Omid Abtahi is an actor and voice actor. Omid has been in TV shows and movies such as, American Gods, Sleeper Cell, Damien, Justice Society: World War II, Fear of the Walking Dead,  and The Hunger Games: Mockingjay. Most recently, Omid is starring in The Mandalorian as Dr. Pershing. Omid and his wife have one son, Miles. His son was able be in The Mandalorian as an extra. Follow Omid on Twitter at @AbtahiOmid and Instagram at @OmidAbtahi. 







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This week’s Art of Fatherhood podcast is being brought to you by Medela. Dads, when it comes to helping your partner or spouse with breastfeeding, only cleaning the baby bottles just won’t cut it. You need to do more. Ask your spouse what you can do to help with her transition when she goes back to work. At work if you are running a team or looking to be an advocate, talk to your team and HR department about how your office can offer support for breastfeeding employees. In addition, with the infant formula crisis, new guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics, a receding global health pandemic and a spike in inflation are all placing increasing pressure on new parents returning to work who need substantive support to continue breastfeeding. 



The normalize breastfeeding drum keeps beating. Cultural acceptance is here to stay. Thankfully Medela is leading that drum beat with their Kin program. Kin is a customizable, single-source solution from Medela and Mamava that opens up a world of best-in-class technology, resources, and accessories specifically designed for new and expecting parents. Employees get the support they need to successfully balance their career with breastfeeding and a growing family. Medela is doing their part, now it is up to us. Learn more at medela.us/kin.



About The Art of Fatherhood Podcast 



The Art of Fatherhood Podcast podcast follows the journey of fatherhood. Your host, Art Eddy talks with fantastic dads from all around the world where they share their thoughts on fatherhood. You get a unique perspective on fatherhood from guests like Joe Montana, Kevin Smith, Danny Trejo, Jerry Rice, Jeff Foxworthy, Patrick Warburton, Jeff Kinney, Paul Sun-Hyung Lee, Kyle Busch, Dennis Quaid, Dwight Freeney and many more.
"A Brighter Day-Supporting Teens through the Darkness of Suicidal Thoughts and Depression" with Elliot Kallen Elliot Kallen is a mental health advocate and founder of the charity "A Brighter Day". Elliot shares his personal journey of losing his own son Jake and how that experience inspired him to create a platform that provides resources and support for teens who are going through similar struggles.We discuss the importance of breaking the stigma surrounding mental health, and how parents can recognize warning signs and help teens access professional help. We also explore the different types of resources that A Brighter Day makes available to teens at no cost. Listeners will leave this episode with a better understanding of how to support teens who are struggling with depression and thoughts of suicide, and with a renewed sense of hope that a brighter day is just on the horizon. If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, there are resources available to help. Here are some resources:National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255) – This free, 24/7 hotline provides support for anyone in distress and can connect you to local resources.Crisis Text Line: Text BRIGHTER to 741741 – This free, 24/7 crisis support line offers help through text messaging.TrevorLifeline: 1-866-488-7386 – This hotline provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services for LGBTQ youth.Veterans Crisis Line: 1-800-273-8255, press 1 – This hotline provides support to veterans in crisis and their families and friends.SAMHSA National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357) – This confidential, free, 24/7 hotline provides referrals to local treatment facilities and support groups for those struggling with mental health and substance abuse issues.American Association of Suicidology – This organization provides resources for suicide prevention, education, and research.The Suicide Prevention Resource Center – This center provides training, technical assistance, and resources for suicide prevention.Remember, you are not alone and there is help available. Reach out for support and know that there is always hope for a brighter future.
The Root of Feeling Lonely and Lost in the Teen Years I feel like the teen years should be called the “massive change” years!  From physical changes, brain changes, hormone changes, relationship changes, you name it…it’s safe to say EVERYTHING CHANGES in the teen years! When we become parents, it can be hard to recall what it felt like to be a teenager and just how difficult it was at times to navigate that season of life.  It is also easy to forget how physically and emotionally drained you often felt. In this episode I am getting vulnerable and authentic as I personally reflect on my own teen years, recollect the two core feelings I felt, and discover the 3 unmet needs attached to them. Grab your coffee and come hang out with me and very special guest Mansi Maitri Parikh a fellow Conscious Parent Coach with a background in Communications and Psychology!  In this episode Mansi and I share how you can shift your parenting to allow more awareness, mindfulness and consciousness creating the ultimate environment for your teen to thrive through this season of massive change. Connect with Mansi Maitri Parikh: Instagram: @coachingandcompassion Website: www.coachingandcompassion.com   Additional Resources: All quotes referenced in this episode are from the book Hold On to Your Kids by Gordon Neufeld Ph.D. and Gabor Mate, M.D.
Adventure + Motherhood ft. Majka Burhardt When Majka Burhardt, social entrepreneur and world-class female rock/ice climber, found out she was pregnant with twins, she started writing her children letters. These raw, emotional and vulnerable written pieces later became the book More: Life on the edge of adventure and motherhood. I loved talking to Majka about risk, parenthood, marriage and more!Links from the episode
Majka Burhardt's website: Passion.Purpose.Pursuit

Book: More: Life on the edge of adventure and motherhood

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Copenhagen Snuff 73, Copenhagen SnuffValerie's dad died from an overdose when she was 14. Her parents were divorced and she had just been dropped off from a visit with her dad not long before she got the call, finding the police on the other end of the phone instead of her father. Valerie spent years battling addiction following the loss of her father. She has traveled a rough path, but counts her blessings today as she celebrates 3+ years of sobriety. She attributes her sobriety to the Grace of God and the support and love of her family. Valerie now knows it's important for her to do things that keep her mind busy and to preform selfcare, such as meditating, prayer, a long shower, or excercise.Valerie invites anyone that may have struggled with something similar to her to approach her for advice and friendship, as that's what she needed when she was younger. Valerie's advice to her younger self: There could always be a worse situation, so just be grateful for what you have. If you'd like to donate to Tim Harris' project of providing free therapy to at least one person for one year, please visit www.grievingisbreathing.com/donateInstagram: @grievingisbreathingWebsite: www.grievingisbreathing.comIf you'd like to help donate to Tim Harris' project while becoming a part of the Parentless Podcast Patreon crew, visit here:https://www.patreon.com/parentlesspodcastThis is a Back Home Media production, recorded and produced in Phoenix, AZ.Additional production and music by Ian Releford.Music by Colen Lococo and The Revolving Birds.Like what you hear? Helped by what you heard? Have something to share?Email: [email protected]: @parentlesspodcastVoicemail: 623.396.6069You are not alone.
My Ultimate C-Section Recovery Guide! Did you know April is Cesarean Awareness Month? To pay tribute, Sarah is giving her ultimate C-Section Recovery guide! There can be a lot of layers to recovery (literally) so she'll give you all the tools and methods she used to help heal physically and mentally from her C-section. Let's go!Some Resources From the Ep:Sarah's Postpartum Amazon List Nemah's Restorative Scar Treatment (Use Code BIGKID for 15% off!)Want more? Connect with Sarah!Personal Instagram: @SarahMerrill_HallThe Big Kid Problems humor account @bigkidproblems!Find more at www.BigKidProblems.com Big thank you to our episode sponsors!More labs – Help your body bounce back after a night of drinking with Morning Recovery! Get 20% off with Code BIGKID at morelabs.com/Bigkid
Pelvic Floor & Core Rehab with Nikki Bergen of The Belle Method! You may know her from Instagram (and if you don't, you NEED to!) Nikki Bergen from The Belle Method is here this week to help us with common Pelvic Floor & Core Issues! Leaky Bladder? Diastasis? Prolapse? Just missing your abs? WE GO THERE this week! Nikki is an incredible resource and chock full of SO much info they just don't give you at your 6-week check-up (but should.) Book mark this ep!Want more from our Guest?Instagram: @TheBelleMethodWebsite (courses, ebooks etc) Thebellemethod.comListen to the "We Go There" Podcast HEREWant more from Sarah?Personal Instagram: @SarahMerrill_HallThe Big Kid Problems humor account @bigkidproblems!Find more at www.BigKidProblems.com Big thank you to our episode sponsor!Ritual – Get 10% off at Ritual.com/BIGKID
24 – Golden Nuggets of Parenting ft. Tom & April Duncan Justin and Clarissa are BACK after taking a short hiatus! This episode opens up the beginning of a spring/summer series called, "The Golden Nuggets of Parenting!" Inspired by a recent parenting group that they attended, Justin and Clarissa will open up this series by talking to the group leaders themselves, Tom and April Duncan! After being parents for over 30 years, Tom and April have 25 "golden nuggets" of parenting that they have collected and love to share with others who are in the trenches! In this podcast, Tom and April will share their past experiences and what motivated them to want to reach out to other young parents!
[EP 108] Dealing With The Disappointment About the Dali Lama Doing this real time recording to share why the collective male figures in the world are slowly crumbling and losing their power. And what can we do at this pivot point in human history to evolve ourselves into soul-aligned humans. For more refreshingly "reel" tips and inspiration- be sure to follow me on Instagram @tejalvpatelFor more info on stress regulation coaching email me [email protected]
Pressuring My Kindergarten Son To Read Pressuring My Kindergarten Son To Read. A mom is concerned about the pressure being put on her son to read in Kindergarten. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Post-Pandemic Learning Gap with Special Guest Maxwell Roach The Post-Pandemic Learning Gap with Special Guest Max Roach. Michael and Tim welcome Maxwell Roach to talk about the power of tutoring. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Best Learning Styles for Boys and Girls Best Learning Styles for Boys and Girls. Michael and Tim respond to a mom's questions about the best learning environments for her son. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
227 – How Wonderschool is changing childcare systems with Chris Bennett In this episode I get to hang out with the CEO of Wonderschool, Chris Bennett. Chris and I got to dive into how Wonderschool is changing childcare systems. Ya'll know I am not here for a Band-aid on a bullet hole. I love really taking a million steps back and looking at the whole picture, getting that bird's eye view and saying, how do we create systems change? Change that supports Early Childhood educators, that's best for families and for kids. What does this really look like and how do we afford to do it? What does it look like logistically? Wonderschool is a huge piece of that puzzle in doing this work, and really focusing on the tech aspect of  how do we update antiquated systems? I loved getting to hang out with Chris and have had the privilege of being a partner with Wonderschool in a number of different ways. And I'm really excited for having such brilliant minds and incredible voices brainstorming at the table, of what does this really look like to create systems that serve everyone?   Love this podcast? Scroll down to leave a review! I read every one and they fill my heart with joy.   Connect with us on:   Instagram: Tiny Humans, Big Emotions (@seed.and.sew)   Podcast page: Voices of Your Village Music by: Bensound
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