Podcasts about Adolescence

Transitional stage of physical and psychological development

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Second Adolescence
Ep. 30: Second Adolescence as...the Validation and Celebration of Our Queerness

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 46:07


This week's guest is sex educator and sex science communicator, Eva Bloom (they/she). In this conversation, Eva shares about the journey that led them to the work they do in the world now. Along the way, Eva lets us into their own personal journey. They share with us about being a queer person who didn't have conscious awareness of their queerness until after adolescence. As with others with a similar story, Eva recounts lots of  those hindsight's 20/20 examples where they could see their queerness budding and expressing itself before they were really aware it was doing so. They go on to share about the gradual evolution of queerness coming more to the forefront and about their initial queer experiences, the ongoing coming outs we do, navigating patriarchal systems, and so much more. This was such a great conversation and I feel so grateful to Eva for wanting to come on and let us all into their story. About the guest:Eva Bloom (they/she) is a non-binary, queer award-winning sexuality educator and sex science communicator. With a Masters of Science (MSc.) in the social psychology of sexuality they help people of all genders and sexual orientations bust their sexual shame and cultivate their authentic desires. You can find them across social media "@whatsmybodydoing", as well as their Sex Ed for Late Bloomers Masterclass at evabloom.ca/sex-ed-for-late-bloomersEva mentions the Lesbian Masterdoc in this episode, here is a link to that.For more, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here.

Ma vie d'ado
Harcèlement, comment je m'en suis sortie ?

Ma vie d'ado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 10:10


Zoé a 15 ans, elle est aujourd'hui lycéenne. Elle témoigne des moments graves vécus au collège, alors qu'elle était hacelée. Et elle nous raconte aussi comment elle s'en est sortie. Ma vie d'ado, ce sont des témoignages d'ado, venus de toute la France. C'est une émission qui s'adresse aux adolescents. Mais pas que.  Ces tranches de vie surprennent et émeuvent les adultes ; si elles racontent qui sont les ados d'aujourd'hui, elles rappellent aussi aux adultes, qui ils ont été. Ma Vie d'Ado, c'est intime, c'est joyeux, c'est drôle, c'est triste, c'est tranquille ou mouvementé… C'est bouleversant comme une vie d'ado ! Ma Vie d'Ado, un podcast proposé par le magazine Okapi, à retrouver tous les quinze jours. Crédits : Ce podcast est préparé et animé par le magazine Okapi (Bayard Jeunesse.)   Merci à Zoé, à sa famille et à l'association "Marion, la main tendue".  Voix hoste : Rebecca Devannes. Interview menée par Fabien Marchesini-Dufau. Montage-Mixage : Yann Bonicatto. Conception : Emmanuel Viau. Musique : Fixxions. Animation éditoriale : Julie Pialot. Création visuelle : France Rapp. Production : Hélène Devannes / Emmanuel Viau.

@ Sea With Justin McRoberts

It used to confuse me when, as people talked about relationships, romantic or otherwise, they would refer to the relationship as, like a third entity, there was the person and a person, or a few people. And then there was the relationship that they're in like it was this other thing. You, me, and then the relationship. But it turns out there's actually something to that. Sometimes what's being referred to by the relationship is this idea of what we should be or what we could be like, if we did this. Well. Sometimes it's a good thing, specifically when that vision is a shared vision. And we're in lockstep and headed in that direction, trying to become that vision, that ideal of what a relationship looks like. But sometimes, the relationship we're referring to and feel responsible for isn't at all reflective of the actuality of the connection between us. It doesn't help us love each other or even see each other.I can see this clearly. And so often when the relationship we're speaking of is with the church, or just with church, capital C church, circumstances change, so to expectations, heck, the particulars of the social and interpersonal contract, we've entered into change as well. In the end, belonging, like love, is a choice rather than a consequence. This is how we know what love is. As the writer John, Jesus Christ laid down his life for us, and we ought to lay down our lives for our brothers and sisters. Why are you here? Because I choose to be because I'm yours. Because your mind. That's where it gets kind of complicated with the word mine. At the beginning of adolescence, I learned, or I thought I learned, that being possessive was one of the worst things that someone could be in a relationship being possessive was associated with jealousy and suspicion, judgment, and control. It was an entirely negative thing to be possessive to be as, as a boyfriend or girlfriend, or even friend. And yet, the older I've gotten, and the more I've lost relationally, I've grown in the desire to be bound to others, by far more than either my force of will or my effort or bound to others as a reward for my performances. I've longed to know that, even as things change, sometimes dramatically and sometimes sadly, I'm still worth belonging to. I'm worth belonging with. I'm worth someone saying, "You are mine."I don't entirely reject the lessons of my early adolescence. Still, at the same time, there certainly is something to being identified by someone as essential as part of their life, regardless of any and all things. I really resonate here with the biblical imagery of Christ and Christ's bride. And at the same time, I'm really challenged by this other biblical moment. I am inspired and moreso honestly scandalized. By the way that the writers of the early New Testament, a few of them constantly come back to calling Judas Iscariot, the one who betrays Jesus, one of us. They claim him as ours. Here it is in the book of Luke 22nd chapter. Now, the Festival of Unleavened Bread, which is called the Passover, was near the chief priests, and the scribes were looking for a way to put Jesus to death, for they were afraid of the people.Then Satan entered into Judas Iscariot, who was one of the 12. He went away and conferred with the chief priests and the officers of the temple police about how he might betray him, which is Jesus to them. And then a completely different writer at a different time. They've got Mark 14th Chapter. Immediately, while he was still speaking again, that's Jesus, Judas, one of the 12, came up accompanied by a crowd with swords and clubs, who were the chief priests and the scribes, and the elders. Now he who was betraying him had given them a signal whoever I kiss, he is the one sees him and leads him away under guard. There's no mistaking here that Anytime he's referenced, it's clear that foes acknowledge what he's done, that he betrayed Jesus. He did it with a kiss. It was awful. He sold them out for money. There's no getting around that description of Judas as actions. And yet, this is just to have four or five instances in which folks who are writing about the story of Judas use the phrase, one of the 12. I am scandalized and inspired and moved and challenged by that. Yes. They say he's the betrayer. He's also ours. And that kind of associate of belonging, that kind of commitment to someone, does not have to come along with, In fact, it doesn't come along with the denial of their wrongdoing, much less turning a blind eye and saying, Oh, that's not who they are, or excusing any sort of misstep or injustice or betrayal. It doesn't come along with any of that. It does, though. Reframe those missteps. Reframe those injustices, reframe even those betrayals that, yes, that is part of who they are, that they have done those things, that they have said those things, and they've lived that way. And part of what makes that so tragic is that there's so much more to them, including the fact that they belong to me. And I to them, yes, this is true of them. Also true of them. They're one of ours. And that doesn't come with forgetfulness. It also doesn't come with forgiveness. But maybe that's the kind of posture, the kind of commitment, the kind of relationship that actually makes something like forgiveness possible. That in order to want it bad enough for you to do the work that it takes to actually move you and me to a place of forgiveness, much less restoration. I have to want it. Like I would want it for myself. And maybe that comes with calling you mine

Second Adolescence
Ep. 29: Second Adolescence as...the Ongoing Giving of Space to Explore Our Fullness

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 60:31


This week's guest is Khye Tyson (they/them). Among many things, Khye is a reproductive rights activist, birthing worker, and founder of Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center. On this episode, Khye talks about their work and the experience that many queer and trans folks can have when navigating the birthing world, but also spends the majority of time letting us into their own personal queer journey. Get your notebooks ready as you'll want to write down many things shared and likely inspired by Khye. I feel so grateful they wanted to come on and invite us all into their work and story. Oh, and those of you who want to dive deeper into work with Khye, check out this:Khye's Self-Love Card Deck:Are you feeling the collective spiritual leveling up happening? Are you looking for a simple way to learn more about yourself or guide others to self-reflection? Pre-orders are open for Kuluntu RJC's self-care prompt card deck! Get this gorgeous tarot-size deck (2.75"x4.75") with 52 of the prompts you love to use with journaling, one on one conversations, or small group discussions. Pre-sales are open now! Click here to pre-order!About the guest:Khye Tyson (they/them) is an unapologetic southern queer Black femme who enjoys yoga, building community, laughing, subverting the gender binary, and reminding people that they can fire their doctors. Khye is a sacred transition guide, entrepreneur, healer, consultant, and educator. As the founder of Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center (founded in 2018), Khye is working toward a world in which Black women and femmes can live, thrive, and raise healthy families freely within a healthy community. Khye loves to hike, sew, thrift, create art, sing, and dream of a world in which education is intuitive and culturally responsive. They are originally from Nashville, TN and currently reside in Atlanta. You can follow @KuluntuRJC to stay connected with Khye.For more, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here.

Radio Headspace
Reconnecting with Adolescence

Radio Headspace

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 5:27


Today, Sam talks about how we can learn from memories of our adolescence and from the teenagers in our lives.Sam has taught mindfulness and social emotional learning to teens, families and adults all over the world for more than 12 years. She obtained her master's degrees in clinical and educational psychology from Columbia University, and an M.S. in emotion science from Mid-Sweden University. You can reach out to Sam on Instagram here!Try the Headspace app free for 30 days here!

The Top Five Podcast
Our Top Five Favorite Movies About High School

The Top Five Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 43:45


High School...you might have loved it or hated it, but there's hardly a high school experience that hasn't been reflected on the silver screen at some point.  From crushes to proms, dating, and sex, teachers we loved and teachers we hated, and the other struggles of being an adolescent full of uncontrollable hormones...there are some pretty awesome movies out there that capture all of the crazy and the fun.  Movies that are funny and emotional.   My sister and I were not in high school together.  I had already graduated by the time she made it to the 9th grade.  So our high school experiences were a bit different even though we went to the same high school.  But there certainly are some universal experiences to be had and we definitely agree on some of these movies, although we did not have any overlap this time around. What do you think of our lists?  Do you have a favorite movie about high school?  Or maybe you want to come co-host with us?  Let us know!  Shoot us an email at hello@thetopfivepodcast.com 

Basilic
[Rediffusion] L'éducation sexuelle sans tabou, échange avec Mathilde Baudy

Basilic

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 40:02


Jeane reçoit Mathilde Baudy, autrice et illustratrice du Petit illustré de l'intimité. L'épisode du jour est un véritable conte de fée, une histoire qui ne semble exister que dans les livres. Mathilde et Tiphaine se sont rencontrées sur Instagram suite à des échanges interminables à propos de l'éducation sexuelle donnée à nos enfants et de la piètre qualité des ouvrages proposés (illustrations incomplètes, ouvrages non inclusifs etc....). C'est l'envie de proposer un ouvrage juste et de qualité qui ont poussé ces deux femmes à créer Les petits illustrés de l'intimité. L'une est sage femme, l'autre professeure d'arts appliqués, toutes deux ont réussi un exploit : imaginer un ouvrage clair et précis, tout en étant ludique, à destination des enfants dès 6 ans. Alors qu'il leur fallait en vendre 750 pour être rentables, elles ont vendu 35 000 exemplaires. Des centaines de personnes leur ont apporté leur soutien en proposant une relecture de l'ouvrage, un contact dans la presse, une maison d'édition etc.... Cet épisode est la preuve qu'il existe encore, en France, beaucoup d'humanité et d'entraide. Pour aller plus loin : Petit illustré de l'intimité : tome 1 Petit illustré de l'intimité : tome 2 Petit illustré de l'intimité : tome 3 Atelier La Belle étoile : découvrir les jouets Soutenir Basilic : instagram.com/basilicpodcast/ basilicpodcast.com Production : Jeane Clesse Musique : @Klein Graphisme : Mahaut Clément & Coralie Chauvin Mix : Jeane Clesse Si cet épisode vous a plu, n'hésitez pas à laisser plein d'étoiles et un commentaire sur la plateforme Apple Podcasts et surtout à vous abonner grâce à votre application de podcasts préférée ! Cela m'aide énormément à faire découvrir Basilic à de nouveaux auditeurs et de nouvelles auditrices.

Book Club with Michael Smerconish
Richard Reeves: "Of Boys and Men"

Book Club with Michael Smerconish

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 33:12


Michael welcomes Richard Reeves, senior fellow in economic studies at the Brookings Institute, where is the director of the Men and Boys Project. His new book is "Of Boys and Men: Why the Modern Male Is Struggling, Why It Matters, and What to Do about It." Original air date 25 October 2022. The book was published on 27 September 2022.

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast
197. Chitty Chat and Writey Write

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 47:38


“Go Ask Alice,” Dec 13, 1969 – Jan 30, 1970. Cover yourself in ashes and sackcloth, Blume Heads, Alice and Chris are DUNZO with Berkeley! They fly home and have a nice, wholesome holiday season with orange yeast rolls. But then Black and Blue Lane comes along and ruins it all. Alison and Jody talk about texting etiquette, uppers vs. downers, and famous trust fund pets. Join us for dramatic readings, literary criticism, and Drug Talk with Jody. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!

The Veritas 21 Podcast
Episode 61: Boundaries - How To Develop Boundaries In Children

The Veritas 21 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 59:29


In this episode you host Levi Brickley and co-host Kim Maddern discuss the difficulties of parenting, how to establish boundaries in childrens lives and why its importantFunctional relationship boundary. Is us having the ability to speak the truth with whom we are in a relationship with. Please reach out to Levi via the links below. The book talks about the challenges of balancing work life. -Story of Jim and Alice. Jim was able to say no to his family and not his work. The gradual transition to life with no boundaries. Psalms 139: 23-24 - Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts See if there is any offensive ways in me and lead me in the way everlasting. Boundaries aren't easy nor are the given they are built. Psalms 22:6 “Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it.” Damaged relationships due to no boundaries. Gen. 2:18 - It isn't good for the man to be alone. The need for relationships How parenting develops boundaries at a young age. Separation vs. individualism Hatching, practicing and Rapprochement Hatching the Curiosity at the beginning of a babies life. Practicer the time that the mother and child begin to separate in the child goes its own way. Practicers feel they will never get caught. But life does catch back up with them. Harnessing anger and it's purpose Making self the most high - Adult toddler Discipline - “ discipline your son, for and that there is hope; do not be a willing party to his death” proverbs 19:18 The two periods of life. Adolescence and young adulthood. Why people struggle with boundaries? Hostility towards boundaries. - “Do it my way or else…” The need for authority. Discipline teaches children to have boundaries into adulthood. Over control, lack of limits, inconsistent limits, trauma. Please reach out to Levi via the links below. Engage and become a part of the community! Follow Levi Brickley: Instagram: Brick34levy TikTok: lbrickleyofficial JOIN THE PURSUING TRUTH PODCAST COMMUNITY: Email: theveritaspodcast2021@gmail.com Facebook: Pursuing Truth Podcast YouTube: Pursuing Truth Podcast TikTok: @pursuingtruthpodcast Instagram: @pursuingtruthpodcast Please leave a rating and review Apple Podcast: Pursuing Truth Podcast

Because Mom Said So
Adolescence

Because Mom Said So

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 51:12


This week the moms tackle adolescence, what it was like to live through it and what it was like to raise children experiencing it. What factors of adolescence are universal and how might your background effect that? The moms are on the case to find out! This episode is sponsored by: Indeed Be sure to follow Because Mom Said So on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!

Second Adolescence
Ep. 28: Second Adolescence as...Letting Ourselves Finally Understand it All

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2022 51:55


This week's guest is Jen Isher-Witt (she/her). Jen was so generous with her personal story which was such an example of what it means for us queer people to navigate through Second Adolescence. Before going into Second Adolescence, we dove into her first adolescence - talking everything from middle school, anxiety, those first indicators of queerness and the dread and panic that can come in response to internalized anti-queerness. Jen goes on to share about the rest of her adolescence which was marked by effort to be straight and distance herself from these feelings she was having. Then, it was in college that her queerness began to emerge more fully and her Second Adolescence began. I felt so much personal resonance with her and her story and feel so beyond grateful she wanted to invite us all into it!About the guest:Jen (she/her) is a 34-year old queer woman who grew up at the Jersey shore and now lives in North Carolina. Since coming out at 21, she's spent a lot of time thinking, talking, and writing about the impact of her queer identity on her first adolescence and, more recently, on becoming a parent. You can check out some of her reflections on Medium. Jen also has a PhD in social psychology and gets joy from making it more accessible to others. Learn more on Instagram by following @SocialPsyQ.For more, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here. 

Lessons in Adolescence
Lessons with Dr. Johari Harris, Part 2

Lessons in Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 22:36


This episode features a conversation with Dr. Johari Harris, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at Kennesaw State University. Johari is also the director of Educating for Democracy, an initiative housed at the University of Virginia designed to combine the science of adolescent learning and development with the teaching of critical histories and supporting justice-oriented civic engagement.In Part 2 of their conversation, Johari and Jason talk about the Educating for Democracy Project, the resources that teachers can use in their classrooms to expose students to the many narratives that make up American history and civic life, how young adolescents are absorbing current events around the state of democracy and how to inspire them to be engaged citizens to shape a more just future. Additional Readings and ResourcesEducating for DemocracyTeacher ToolkitMiddle School UnitsProfiles of ResistanceKennesaw State UniversityHarlem Children's ZoneSocial and emotional learningSocial Cognitive Domain TheoryLarry Nucci, University of California at Berkeley“What Kind Of Citizen? The Politics Of Educating For Democracy,” Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa and Joseph Kahne, Mills College, excerpted from “What Kind of Citizen? The Politics of Educating for Democracy” American Educational Research Journal. Volume 41 No. 2, Summer 2004, 237-269. Joanna Lee Williams, Associate Professor, School Psychology, Rutgers UniversityLessons in Adolescence, Episode One: Lessons with Dr. Joanna Lee Williams

The Best Ever You Show
Carl Pickhardt - Holding on While Letting Go

The Best Ever You Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 53:00


Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D., is a noted psychologist, speaker, and parenting expert, now retired from private counseling practice. He received his B.A. and M.Ed. from Harvard, and his Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin. He is a member of the American and Texas Psychological Associations. He writes a popular parenting advice column for Psychology Today and has written some of the most practical and helpful books about important parenting issues, including: The Connected Father; Stop the Screaming, The Future of Your Only Child and Why Good Kids Act Cruel. A prolific author, he continues to write three distinct kinds of books: illustrated psychology, of coming of age fiction, and of nonfiction parenting advice – Holding on While Letting Go the seventeenth of these parenting books. Carl Pickhardt will speak about his new book Holding on While Letting Go - Parenting Your Child Through the Four Freedoms of Adolescence gives parents an eye-opening look at what to expect on rocky road of middle school and high school, revealing the Four Freedoms that every child must master to become a healthy adult--and how parents can adapt, encourage, and grow themselves during these tumultuous times.  Parenting a teenager is not for the faint of heart. It is during these roller-coaster years that frustrated parents find themselves at their wits' end, barely even recognizing their offspring as they move through the teen years.   For a complete list of his books, see his website: www.carlpickhardt.com

The Freshman Foundation Podcast
FFP48: How is Tim Williams helping young men set themselves up to thrive in the future?

The Freshman Foundation Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 52:41


How is Tim Williams helping young men set themselves up to thrive in the future?Adolescence can be a very challenging time in life. Transitioning from childhood to adulthood often comes with a great deal of confusion. Young people can benefit greatly from the wisdom and experiences of their elders in learning how to successfully operate in the world as an adult.My guest in this episode, Tim Williams, is a father and host of The Thrivehood Podcast. In Episode 48, Tim discusses how his own experiences as a young man inspired him to share Thrivehood with the world. Tim is intent on helping young men to be in a position to thrive in life sooner rather than later. Perhaps more importantly, Tim is intent on leaving the world in a better place than where he found it.So, what's your biggest takeaway from my conversation with Tim Williams?My biggest takeaway is that I would have benefited greatly from having more mentorship during my teenage years. Like Tim, I had to figure out many things on my own and probably way later in life than I could have if I had more adult guidance.My suggestion to parents is to make a concerted effort to share your wisdom and experiences with your kids.My suggestion to young people is to be intentional about surrounding yourself with good role models that will point you in the right direction for the rest of your life.I want to thank Tim for his kind generosity and the wisdom he shared with The Freshman Foundation Community.You can learn more about The Thrivehood Podcast at https://https://www.thrivehoodpodcast.com/, as well as on Instagram and Instagram @thrivehood_podcast.To learn HOW mental performance coaching can help your mind work FOR you rather than AGAINST you, visit https://michaelvhuber.com.Thank you for listening. We'll see you back soon for Episode 49!

Securely Attached
74. You can't sit with us: How to handle peer rejection in early adolescence with Dr. Emily Upshur

Securely Attached

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2022 41:10


Were you uninvited to a birthday party, laughed at by a group of mean girls, or maybe even bullied? If you had some tough times in elementary, middle, or high school, it's easy to inadvertently be projecting your own experiences onto your child as they develop their own social group.   Last week's Securely Attached episode was all about peer rejection in toddlerhood—how to make space for a dialogue, develop a growth mindset, and help your child build their compassion, empathy, and social awareness.   While the fundamentals are the same, peer rejection in elementary or pre-teen child years can be much more nuanced. So Dr. Emily Upshur of Upshur Bren Psychology Group is back to help parents of older kiddos learn how best to support them, when to step in, how much emotional scaffolding to provide, and some key indicators that it may be time to seek professional help.   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 info@drsarahbren.com✨ And check out drsarahbren.com for more parenting resources 

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!
Perpetual Adolescence -Violent Crime on Rise - Tito Edwards

Catholic Drive Time: Keeping you Informed & Inspired!

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 119:59


Today on "Catholic Drive Time" Catholic Drive Time - 877-757-9424 Date – MONDAY October 24, 2022 – The Feast Day of Saint Anthony Claret INTRO – Today on CDT, men are often demonized for being lazy, ineffectual and the like...perhaps for good reason... most men you meet on the street don't know what real masculine virtue is. And it begs the question, where have all the cowboys gone? At 35 past the hour, we will have a conversation with John Paul Tomba from the --American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family, and Property – on the crisis of masculinity and their programs for young men and boys. This is going to be a great conversation if you have sons. Keep that radio dialed in. And – Violent crime is on the rise! How did the summer of fiery love fare for the Minneapolis police department? Also – Tito Edwards from Big Pulpit dot com will be on to give us a roundup of news. Join Email list! GRNonline.com/CDT GRN to 42828 Quick News - What's Concerning Us? – Minneapolis Police struggling to meet new recruit demands https://thepostmillennial.com/minneapolis-struggles-to-hire-police-after-george-floyds-death-defund-police-movement Guest Seg. John Paul Tomba Perpetual adolescence 2nd Guest Seg. - Tito Edwards Joe Social Media IG: @TheCatholicHack Twitter: @Catholic_Hack Facebook: Joe McClane YouTube: Joe McClane Rudy Social Media IG: @ydursolrac Youtube: Glad Trad Podcast Adrian Social Media IG: @ffonze Twitter: @AdrianFonze Facebook: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Adrian Fonseca YouTube: Catholic Conversations Visit our website to learn more about us, find a local GRN radio station, a schedule of our programming and so much more. http://grnonline.com/

Northeast Ohio Parent presents aParently Speaking
Podcast #84 Understanding your Adolescent

Northeast Ohio Parent presents aParently Speaking

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 43:33


On the latest episode of aParently Speaking, host Miriam Conner is joined by Carl Pickhardt, Ph.D, a psychologist, speaker and parenting expert to discuss his new book "Holding On While Letting Go: Parenting Your Child Through the Four Freedoms of Adolescence." The post Podcast #84 Understanding your Adolescent appeared first on Northeast Ohio Parent.

My Family Talk on Oneplace.com
What is Adolescence?

My Family Talk on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2022 1:30


Adolescence is a time of growth, but shouldn't be prolonged -- it's a societal springboard to adulthood. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/779/29

The Wellness Collective
Navigating puberty, with my 14-year-old daughter Olivia Kringoudis

The Wellness Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2022 31:16


By popular demand, today my 14 year old daughter Olivia Kringoudis joins me on The Wellness Collective to answer some of the questions you have put forward for her. If you are a parent of a teenager, this episode will hopefully help you navigate the tricky questions that come up through their years of puberty, and may even be a great episode to share with them. Olivia answers questions about; What she wants to be when she grows up Her experience with getting her period for the first time Changes with hormones and what that felt like The difference between generations with the knowledge we were given about our periods then vs now How much more information and openness there is for teenagers nowadays Navigating friendships We also get to enjoy Olivia's funny and unique personality in today's episode.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood
EP 170: Cece on Teens Navigating Challenging Times

MagaMama with Kimberly Ann Johnson: Sex, Birth and Motherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 72:11 Very Popular


In this episode, Kimberly welcomes back her daughter Cece to the podcast. Cece first appeared on the podcast in 2019 when she was in 6th grade. She shares what has changed in her and Kimberly's lives since then. Together, they discuss Cece's perspective on issues important to her peers and teenagers in general such as sex, intimacy, mental health, climate change, and more. Cece explains that much of her and her peer's frustrations are with older generations who cannot empathize with adolescence experiences today. Cece suggests for parents and older generations to provide specific information regarding these major issues to have non-defensive, open-hearted conversations. She also provides some comical tidbits of what it's like being Kimberly's daughter.   Bio Cece, Kimberly's daughter, is a 15 year old biracial highschooler, who shares her perspectives on Kimberly as a mother, Kimberly's work on sex, birth, and trauma, and other important topics that her peers are discussing. She is a guitarist and has enjoyed playing in a band since she last appeared on the podcast. What She Shares: –Cece's evolution since her first podcast episode –Teens' perspectives on sex –Technology's influence on teen girls' mental health –Intergenerational conversations on complex issues, including climate change –Pandemic's impact on teens   What You'll Hear: –Cece's first podcast episode in 2019 –Moved to NYC, Moved back to California, started high school  –Cece's interest in guitar and writing music –Cece's perspective on having Kimberly as a mom –Parents discussing sex –Remaining neutral in conversations around sex with teenagers –Cece's experience of over-exposure of Kimberly's work –Teenage girls' perspectives on porn –Cece's friends turning to her for information on sex –Teens turning to social media for intimacy and dating –Rejecting labels of sexual identities –Social media impacting teen girls negatively –Social media and comparison –Teenage girls using social media to tear each other down –Experimenting with removing social media –Higher rates of depression and anxiety in teen girls –Disconnect of understanding from older generations to teens now –Generations without technology –Expressing anger towards older generations for contributing to climate change –Having difficult conversations without getting defensive –Adolescence during threats of nuclear warfare, climate change, artificial intelligence –Having specific conversations around complex issues –Feelings of impending doom culturally contributing to mental health issues –Accepting and enjoying solitude without spiraling –Cece's reaction to Kimberly's work with Stephen Jenkinson –Pandemic's impact on Cece and peers –People who didn't transition well back into socializing

The Belonging Project
The Belonging Project - S3 E7 - Belonging in childhood and adolescence, with Child Clinical Psychologist Dr Sharon Lo.

The Belonging Project

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2022 42:43


Parents, this episode is for you! In this episode, we talk with Dr Sharon Lo, Licensed Child Clinical Psychologist. We explore the different shapes that Belonging can take from early childhood, to adolescent and then adulthood; what factors are important (people, cultural context, environment and groups we are exposed to). We also debunk what's usual to experience at key developmental stages. I loved the strategies that Dr Sharon Lo shared for parents that may be facing challenging behaviours with their children. My top takeaway strategy is to differentiate the child from, for example, the worry bully voice. By the way, I am obsessed with the Pixar Movie Inside Out: as Dr Sharon Lo mentioned, it does offer a visualisation of our inner voices and different parts of ourselves + it's super accessible for kids! I've also loved hearing more about Sharon's professional journey and the importance of having a community that supports you, understands you and validate you, within the workplace and beyond. Give this episode a listen and share it with all your parent friends please! Links from the episode: Child Development Model by Uri Bronfenbrenner Dr. José Causadias work on integrating culture in socioecological theories and child development Internal Family systems: visit this blog post to learn more + visit the Institute Using “Inside Out” movie to discuss emotions with children in therapy

Second Adolescence
Ep. 27: Second Adolescence as...the Living With Purpose Now After the Struggle of Then

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 47:19


This week's guest is community organizer, Jordan Killebrew (he/him). On this episode, Jordan let's us in on the journey he's traveled since growing up within a context that was quite oppressive to who he was, having to endure many attacks to his humanness. His younger self set his sights on college as the place he just had to make it to to get through it all and for things to change. This, it turned out, was true for him - his Second Adolescence and his own healing journey began in college. Jordan invites us into what this healing has looked liked, and what has been helpful for him to get to the place he is at now where he is truly living a life his younger selves might dream of. About the guest:Jordan Killebrew (he/him/his) is the founder of Juneteenth Santa Barbara and Project IV Love. He is a community organizer, with an abnormal love of the community, especially in Santa Barbara County. He works at the Santa Barbara Foundation as Director of Communications, while his free time is spent volunteering with local nonprofits, including support for Juneteenth Santa Barbara, Community Formation Commission for the City of Santa Barbara, Healing Justice Santa Barbara, the Board of Endowment for Youth Committee, Independent Advisory Board, to name a few. Jordan is a graduate of the University of California, Santa Barbara, and he revels in the pride of being a Gaucho alum. Learn more about him at jordankillebrew.com or follow him IG @jordankillebrew.For more, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or @secondadolescencepod.

Fit As A Fiddle
Tackling Anxiety & Depression: One Thought At A Time”

Fit As A Fiddle

Play Episode Play 60 sec Highlight Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 43:37


Anxiety and depression are prevalent across cultures and across time. It manifests in unique ways in the 21st century and particularly in America where technology and information is widespread. Our guest today is Allison Beck, a psychotherapist and pregnancy, postpartum and parenthood coach in private practice, specializing in reproductive psychology, parenthood and anxiety and mood disorders across all life stages. We begin our discussion with what anxiety and depression are and the difference between "normal" anxiety and sadness and these terms when used to describe a clinical diagnosis. We cover how adaptive states and moods are a normal part of the human experience but that there is much that can be done when they interfere with our mental and physical health. Allison dives into psychological mindfulness and how acceptance of emotions without judgment has helped her patients improve their wellbeing. She touches on the ideas of toxic productivity, toxic positivity and the pandemic's effects on depression and anxiety in the U.S. Allison presents the idea that it takes a lot of work to live in discomfort (anxious and sad states) and how it's less work to be proactive and tackle these emotions without fear by seeking help.Allison holds certifications in Maternal Mental Health from the Seleni Institute and has advanced training in Perinatal Mental Health with PostPartum Support International. Allison has served as an advisor and written contributor on perinatal mental health for various professional service providers and organizations. She received a BS in Human Development with a dual concentration in Early Childhood and Adolescence from Cornell University and an MSW from NYU. Allison has been supporting individuals and families as a Psychotherapist in NYC agencies, hospitals, and in private practice for over a decade.Connect with her:@_allisonbeckallisonbeck.com

The Intentional Family
Episode 67: Parenting Book Roundup

The Intentional Family

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022 30:03


Rachel shares several parenting books and practical takeaways from each.Intentional Family #46: Top Books We Read (& Lessons We Learned) in 2021Intentional Family #54: How Are You Smart?The Whole-Brain Child by Daniel Siegel & Tina Payne BrysonThe Secrets of Happy Families by Bruce FeilerMama Bear Apologetics by Hillary Morgan FerrerHow to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber3 Big Questions for a Frantic Family by Patric LencioniDare to Discipline by Dr. James DobsonPreparing for Adolescence by Dr. James DobsonThe Strong-Willed Child by Dr. James DobsonBringing Up Girls by Dr. James DobsonBringing Up Boys by Dr. James Dobson

Parlons-Nous
Famille : La fille de Patricia disparaît périodiquement depuis son adolescence

Parlons-Nous

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2022 21:42


Entre Patricia et sa fille de 42 ans, c'est l'incompréhension. Depuis son adolescence, elle disparaît périodiquement sans donner de nouvelle. Lorsqu'elle réapparaît, tout se passe bien mais ne donne jamais d'explication. Patricia se sent démunie face à la situation. Chaque soir, en direct, Caroline Dublanche accueille les auditeurs pour 2h30 d'échanges et de confidences. Pour participer, contactez l'émission au 09 69 39 10 11 (prix d'un appel local) ou sur parlonsnous@rtl.fr

Lessons in Adolescence
Lessons with Dr. Johari Harris, Part 1

Lessons in Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 21:43


This episode features a conversation with Dr. Johari Harris, Assistant Professor of Educational Psychology at Kennesaw State University. Johari is also the director of Educating for Democracy, an initiative housed at the University of Virginia designed to combine the science of adolescent learning and development with the teaching of critical histories and supporting justice-oriented civic engagement.In Part 1 of their conversation, Johari and Jason talk about her research on the impact of social identity and cultural values on the development of social and emotional competencies among young adolescents of color, and how to best partner with educators to support the teaching and learning process while producing research that is relevant and usable in classrooms, as well as how to teach effective anti-racist curriculum. Additional Readings and ResourcesEducating for DemocracyTeacher ToolkitMiddle School UnitsProfiles of ResistanceKennesaw State UniversityHarlem Children's ZoneSocial and emotional learningSocial Cognitive Domain TheoryLarry Nucci, University of California at Berkeley“What Kind Of Citizen? The Politics Of Educating For Democracy,” Joel Westheimer, University of Ottawa and Joseph Kahne, Mills College, excerpted from “What Kind of Citizen? The Politics of Educating for Democracy” American Educational Research Journal. Volume 41 No. 2, Summer 2004, 237-269. Joanna Lee Williams, Associate Professor, School Psychology, Rutgers UniversityLessons in Adolescence, Episode One: Lessons with Dr. Joanna Lee Williams

Second Adolescence
Ep. 26: Second Adolescence as...the Bringing Together of All Our Parts

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 48:19


This week's guest is Patrick Carlos Olsen (he/him), who is the person behind the gay surfing magazine, podcast, and Instagram account, Surfer.Gay.  In his work, Patrick is creating inclusion of queer people within the sport of surfing, which has been historically not too welcome of a place for LGBTQ+ people. This conversation starts here and is filled with so much more. Patrick lets us into his own story and experience growing up in Norway as an adoptee, navigating being of a different race as his peers, then dealing with his budding sexuality in adolescence while growing up within a conservative, christian part of Norway. He goes on to share about his journey in finding himself and integrating together all parts of him self. Patrick was so generous with his story, I feel so grateful he wanted to contribute it to this greater collective work supporting our community.About the guest:Patrick (he/him) is not your average adopted gay christian arctic surfer. He has lived and worked in his van for the last 5 years and absolutely love that lifestyle. Surfing has become a way for him to find his community local and global.  For more about Patrick, visit Surfer.Gay, or follow @surfer.gay and @pcolsen on Instagram.For more about Second Adolescence, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com and @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here.

Under the Cortex
Exploration and Risk-Taking: Hallmarks of Adolescence That Increase Well-Being

Under the Cortex

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2022 20:00


Exploration is a fundamental human behavior. Exploring our environment can promote the acquisition of knowledge by exposing us to novelty. Adolescence is a prime time to explore, take risks, and learn, but why is exploration so enticing—and so rewarding—in the lives of teenagers and young adults?    The role of exploration and risk taking in sustaining adolescent well-being and establishing social connectivity is the topic of  a recent article published in Psychological Science. In this podcast, you'll hear from the two psychological scientists who wrote this article, Natalie Saragosa-Harris, of the University of California in Los Angeles, and Catherine Hartley, of New York University. They'll talk with APS's Ludmila Nunes about their examination of exploration patterns in adolescents and young adults.   

Legacy Of Wellness Podcast
Parenting The Emotional Teenager with Kari O'Driscoll

Legacy Of Wellness Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2022 40:48


Adolescence, that interesting time period of a child's life where they grow and develop into young adults. For parents and educators alike it is a time where we begin to give children more freedom, hoping to prepare them for functioning in the world. It can also be a time that we hope to move through as quickly as possible with little damage to adults or children.  In today's episode host https://www.instagram.com/l.entsuah/?hl=en (LaKeisha Entsuah) chats with https://www.theselfproject.com/what-is-the-self-project/# (Kari O'Driscoll), a modern day teenage whisperer who shares with us the nuances of those adolescent years and how to make them more peaceful for parent and child. Kari talks about the importance of knowing your and your child's communication style and why it is the key difference between tension and harmony. We also explore why too much freedom can be counterproductive to creating capable and independent adults.   Legacy Thought of the WeekThe key to any good relationship is communication, but effective communication is not just in the words you say but also in how you say them.  Episode Highlights1:23 - Thought of the week. 4:35 - What is the Self Project 5:44 - Why Teenagers 10:37 - Leading With Curiosity 15:13 - Let Them Lead The Conversation 16:00 - Knowing Your Communication Style 19:20 - The Vark Quiz 27:10 - Next Best Step To Improve Communication 31:46 - Where and When to Get Help About Kari Kari O'Driscoll is a mother of two, founder of the self project and author of two created a science-backed curriculum that you can easily use right away in your home or classroom to foster better communication, active student-driven discussions and exercises to build resilience, community, social-emotional intelligence, and understanding. https://vark-learn.com/the-vark-questionnaire/ (Vark Quiz) https://www.instagram.com/selfproject3369/ (Kari on Instagram)

Psychologists Off The Clock: A Psychology Podcast About The Science And Practice Of Living Well

Parenting books and research on kids often lump middle schoolers together with young elementary school kids or older adolescents. This obscures the fact that middle school is its own distinct phase. Join Jill as she talks with therapist, school counselor, and middle school expert, Phyllis Fagell, about the unique challenges middle schoolers face and how parents can help them build key skills to thrive. Fagell sees middle school as parents' “last best chance” to influence their kids at a time when they are still impressionable and still really care what their parents think.  Listen and Learn: ·      What Yael's friends and son shared were their greatest middle school challenges ·      Why middle school matters—what is unique about this development stage and why we should attend to it ·      How we can encourage critical thinking in middle schoolers using hypothetical scenarios ·      The importance of purpose, what purpose really means, and how to help kids connect with theirs ·      Why kids tell lies and how to handle it when they do ·      How to manage tough questions about sex, drugs, and other challenging topics ·      The difference between bullying and other interpersonal challenges and when to intervene vs letting kids work things out on their own About Phyllis Fagell Phyllis L. Fagell, LCPC is the school counselor at Sheridan School in Washington, DC, a therapist who works with kids and families in private practice, and an author and journalist. She's the author of “Middle School Matters” and a frequent contributor to the Washington Post. She also freelances for publications including Psychology Today, CNN, Working Mother, U.S. News & World Report and Your Teen, and her ideas have been shared in outlets including The New York Times,The Atlantic, The New Yorker, Edutopia, Mindshift and NPR. Phyllis currently is working on her next book, "Middle School Superpowers, Raising Resilient Tweens in Turbulent Times," (Hachette, August '23). She lives in Bethesda, MD with her husband and three children. Resources: Phyllis's website and sign up for her newsletter: https://phyllisfagell.com Phyllis's twitter: @pfagell Related Episodes ·       Episode 79. Thriving in Adolescence with Louise Hayes ·       Episode 113. Self-Compassion for Parents with Susan Pollak ·       Episode 159. Challenging Time During Adolescence with Louise Hayes ·       Episode 214. How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Jerks ·       Episode 240. Talking to Kids and Teens with Big Feelings with Adele LaFrance ·       Episode 265. Social Justice Parenting with Traci Baxley ·       Episode 267. You Are Not a Horrible Parent with Carla Naumburg Offers and Events: The way we approach and treat trauma has been evolving – even in just the last several years. The National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine (NICABM) has interviewed the top experts in the treatment of trauma and narrowed down hours of interviews to a carefully curated training program. Each week, all the experts focus on a single topic in trauma treatment. It's free to watch the weekly course broadcasts, you just have to sign up at TraumaMasterSeries.com/POTC Or, you can purchase the Gold Package to own the complete program (with transcripts, video and audio downloads and bonuses) at 50% off the normal price! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Doodle Proâ„¢ Podcast
Doodle Brain Under Construction: Adolescent Dog Training

The Doodle Proâ„¢ Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 27:32 Transcription Available Very Popular


In this part two of Corinne's conversation with Denver Paw School's owner and training manager, they to discuss why your doodle still continues to need training, even as an adolescent and an adult. Training and learning don't stop once they've finished one puppy socialization class.That would be like your pulling your kid out after kindergarten and saying, "You've got your letters. You learned enough.""With my now teenager, if I stopped addressing his learning needs at kindergarten, and even if I just kept reinforcing that kindergarten level, he'd be great at knowing his letters.But by raising the level of enrichment and stimulation and growth and connection by working on that training together, my dog and I are still growing and solidifying our connection together." - Corinne GearhartThey discuss why that's so important and what's going on when you have an adolescent doodle that knew how to sit or go into a down stay or not pull on the leash... And suddenly it seems like they forgot it all.What is going on? They're here to share with you and let you know. If you want to know how to find a great facility, great training program, or a solid trainer, listen to part one of this interview, Episode 13. There, Denver Paw School shares with people all over the world the red flags to look for, when to run, and what to feel great about when you find  a facility or a training programOn this part 2 of our interview, the adolescent doodle questions will be addressed include: - What is a dog's teenage phase?- Is it normal for an adolescent dog to have increased reactivity, barking, jumping, biting, poor impulse control, or to stop listening?- If they are more reactive or harder to control, should we stop socialization or going to public places?- How do I find adolescent dog training classes near me?- Why is my teenage dog driving me crazy and won't listen?Sometimes there are doodles that struggle with overstimulation, like just absolutely over-aroused. Continuing on with socialization might be counterintuitive. But actually, if it's regimented and controlled in a way, I think that it can start to address some of those over-arousal situations." - Kathy Thorpe"And I think that's probably one of the biggest things with teenagers is that some days they're like... super responsive and responding to every cue and look like a model citizen and they look like an adult dog. And then yes, the next day it's like, where did that dog go?  And it's all the rewiring, the brain is under construction." - Colleen TekampChapters: -3:47 Working with adolescent doodles-6:14 Teenage issues aren't your fault!-6:52 Is socialization still needed at this age?-9:42 Doodle's Extended Puppyhood & Adolescence-13:54 Human side of the leash-18:28 What if we do drop out after puppy kindergarten?Take our fun and free Doodle Personality Quiz! Do you know YOUR doodle as well as you think you do? Find it at thedoodlepro.com/personality! If you want to bring your Doodle parenting to the next level, sign up for The Doodle Pro™ Society waitlist now! Members get exclusive access to The Doodle Pro™, Doodle training modules, and live Q&A's with world renowned guest experts (that would usually charge $100's each to book a virtual session). Visit thedoodlepro.com/waitlist to be the first to know when doors open again!Visit instagram.com/thedoodlepro for behind-the-scenes peeks at the doodles Corinne works with daily!

ADC podcast
Sickle cell disease in children: an update of the evidence in low- and middle-income settings

ADC podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 33:17


This month, Dr Rachel Agbeko, Senior Editor of ADC, is joined by paediatric oncologist Dr Isaac Odame(1) to discuss the origin and spread of sickle cell disease, its diagnosis and treatment, and the wide difference in outcomes for those of varying economic backgrounds. Related article: https://adc.bmj.com/content/early/2022/09/07/archdischild-2021-323633 The ADC Spotlight podcast is the Archives of Disease in Childhood podcast covering areas that don't usually get much attention or might be taken for granted in children's health. This series is produced by Letícia Amorim and edited by Brian O'Toole. Please listen to our regular podcasts and subscribe to Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify to get episodes automatically downloaded to your phone and computer. And if you enjoy the podcast, please leave us a review at https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/adc-podcast/id333278832 (1) Haematology Section Head in the Division of Haematology/Oncology and Medical Director of the Global Sickle Cell Disease Network at the Centre for Global Child Health at The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids), Professor and Director of the Division of Adult and Paediatric Haematology in the Departments of Medicine and Paediatrics at the University of Toronto (U of T).

Trash'fer Brains
Trash Talk Ep15 - Don't let us in your Haunted House

Trash'fer Brains

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2022 50:27


Let us know what topics we should cover!https://www.instagram.com/trashferbrainshttps://www.facebook.com/TrashferbrainsLet us know what movies we should cover!Tell us your home town urban legends or let us know what spooky creatures or tales you want covered next in Fear'fer Brains.trashferbrains@gmail.comMERCHhttps://www.teepublic.com/user/trash-fer-brains

The Elevated Adolescence Podcast
#50: What I really want to talk about (The spiritual purpose of adolescence)

The Elevated Adolescence Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 43:51


We are at a deep cross roads as a species. I feel it everyday personally and professionally. That's why I felt so pulled to produce this week's episode. I can feel anxious and worried, just like so many parents, but I always come back to center. Why? Because I have the belief that our conscious awareness and true Self is who we really are, and the bumpy road of adolescence has a greater purpose within human life. This belief guides and supports my work every day, which is why I wanted to share it with you here. Inside this episode I'll share: > what I mean by "spiritual purpose", and why I have an aversion to religion (this is super vulnerable for me to talk about) > the repeated pattern inside some spiritual teachings, wisdom traditions, and philosophies, and how you can apply this to parenting your adolescent right now > & how knowing this pattern can help you feel grounded in the midst of any challenge you or your adolescent face When I talk about elevating each and every adolescent, underneath that statement is the firm belief that each one of us matters just as we are, and it is our job as parents to help our kids feel valued simply because they exist. Keep uplifting yourself and your middle schooler. ~Ashley ____________________ As always, if you like this episode, thank you for rating, reviewing, and subscribing to Spotify or Apple Podcasts, so other middle school parents like you can benefit. I'm sending you a huge virtual hug and high-five for an amazing start to this school year. You're not alone, and you and your kid deserve all the good that life brings. Listen in now! p.s. Be sure to listen in because I've got an exciting announcement! If you're close to overwhelm, pulling out your hair, or daily anxiety around parenting your middle schooler, it's time for a much-needed confidence boost, my friends! I've decided that each month I'll be hosting my successful free, LIVE Masterclass: Middle School Confidence for Parents. And, the response so far has been amazing! Inside the class, you'll learn: >How to Stop Feeling Anxious as a Middle School Parent >The #1 Factor That Makes Success Inevitable >& My 4-part Proven Method to Get Your Middle Schooler (& Yourself) Feeling More Joyful, Confident, and Successful (I've used this with every parent and every kid I've worked with!) This method is the key for you to confidently navigate struggles at home, school, and with peers. And, the best part? It's free! All you have to do is register for an upcoming day / time that works for you at: www.elevatedadolescence.com/masterclass2022

Second Adolescence
Ep. 25: Second Adolescence as...the Doing of It All for Our Younger Selves

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 51:17


This week's guest is queer, non-binary artist and writer, Nat Urban (they/them), who is currently working on a badass project on queerness and girlhood which you'll hear them talk about towards then end of this episode. Nat brings such an interesting and important story to this show and I feel so grateful they wanted to let us all into it. You'll hear them share about their own adolescence in which they stepped into the role as the primary out, loud, and proud queer person in their high school who other queer people started looking up to, but how this was connected to overcompensating for some painful rejection they were experiencing at home and lots of internal struggle. They go on to share about the evolution of their experience in their queerness, their mental health journey, and how stepping into their non-binary identity in the past couple of years has come with another layer of needing to travel through a Second Adolescence. This was such a powerful conversation. (Just a heads up there is discussion of the topics of depression, suicide, and self-harm, so I invite you to do whatever you might need to take care of yourself as a listener.)About the guest:Nat (they/them) is an artist and academic exploring queer experience through a number of mediums. They're a recent graduate of Butler University and just stepping into their life outside of undergrad and discovering their joys and passions in this new space. They're currently working on a project on queerness and girlhood consisting of a multitude of mediums and areas of exploration as well as getting into costuming and custom clothing in Los Angeles.For more visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here. 

The Queerly Blax Show With Ashley
The Twerk Master WITH CJ The Trainer: Twerking with Celebrities, Embodying Confidence in Yourself, Dating As a Gay Man, Discovering Sexuality in Adolescence

The Queerly Blax Show With Ashley

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 30:04


The Twerk Master WITH CJ The Trainer: Twerking with Celebrities, Embodying Confidence in Yourself, Dating As a Gay Man, Discovering Sexuality in Adolescence In this week's episode of The Queerly Blax Show, I had a conversation with CJ The Trainer. We talked about his rise as a twerk coach, working with celebrity clients, embodying confidence in yourself, dating as a gay man, discovering sexuality in adolescence and so much more! Check it out! Remember to subscribe to stay up to date with all new videos on Queerly Blax channel here: https://bit.ly/3yqJvTY01:19 – CJ The Trainer introduction02:25 – First encounter with sexuality04:09 – Discovery sexuality08:33 – How he started a dance career11:07 – First video that went viral14:28 – Working with Lizzo17:16 – CJ off camera19:36 – Dating as CJ The Trainer23:46 – Collaborating with other people Social MediaCJ The Trainer IG: @cjthetrainerofficial2Queerly Blax IG: @queerlyblaxQueerly Blax Podcast: https://pod.link/1602328143Queerly Blax Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbTFH1KU4zjauIBMlxhxHVQ/videos ►I hope guys enjoy this video! ►If you enjoy this video, please like and share it ► don't forget to subscribe to the channel for more upcoming videos►Subscribe now - https://bit.ly/3yqJvTYWatch my other video ►He Ain't Just My Roommate - https://bit.ly/3OVmfEE►Pretty Little Lesbians - https://bit.ly/3avIF05 ►3 P's (Poly, Pansexual, Parenthood) - https://bit.ly/3uAMGXU►Hot Moms: The Queerly Blax Show - https://bit.ly/3OVKORU

Think Out Loud
‘Quarterlife' explores the period between adolescence and midlife

Think Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 27:35


People who are in the period of their lives between adolescence and midlife, from roughly age 16 to 36, might face anxiety, depression and confusion about the next steps in their lives. Satya Doyle Byock is the author of Quarterlife: The Search for Self in Early Adulthood and a psychotherapist in private practice in Portland. Her book dives into this time in people's lives and how society can better support those experiencing it. She joins us with details about the book.

DogSpeak: Redefining Dog Training
Talking Adolescence with Dr. Kathy Murphy

DogSpeak: Redefining Dog Training

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 62:46 Very Popular


In this episode, Dr. Kathy Murphy joins the podcast to talk about dogs' brains and how they process information during adolescence. Adolescence can be a difficult stage for both dogs and their humans but having better knowledge on what an adolescent dog is going through can make this stage little more bearable. Dr Kathy Murphy (BVetMed, DPhil, CVA, CLAS, MRCVS) is a veterinary surgeon and neuroscientist. She graduated from the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons UK in 1999, initially working in mixed clinical practice before studying for two post graduate clinical qualifications with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, in Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia, and Laboratory Animal Science.Dr Murphy founded, and is now Director of, Barking Brains Ltd (a neuroscience outreach platform for the animal behavior and training community), which focuses on translating neuroscientific information into practical and useful information for people interested in animal behavior. In order to maximize the impact of her diverse interests and skill set, Dr Murphy teamed up with Behavior Vets LLC in 2022 when she took up the position of Chief Scientific Officer.She is now able to focus on her newfound passion for science communication and providing evidence based, up to date, accessible, scientific information to clinicians, animal professionals and their clients, about subjects related to pain, behavior, neurobiology and the many interrelated factors.Barking Brains | FacebookBehavior Vets | FacebookDog behavior training by specialists - NYC Behavior Vets (behaviorvetsnyc.com)Support the show

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy
171: Carson McCord, Former Wilderness Therapy Student and Current Field Guide

Stories from the Field: Demystifying Wilderness Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2022 54:10


Carson McCord is a former wilderness therapy student whose struggles with addiction and path to recovery are the subject of the book "Chasing Carson: A Family's Journey through Adolescence, Addiction and Recovery," written by his mother. The book is a powerful memoir about his and his family's experience with addiction and how wilderness therapy helped all of them to heal. Carson shares his perspectives on the book, his recovery process, and how wilderness helped. Carson shares how he decided to go to a young adult wilderness therapy program and how his life has changed since his teen years. Carson talks about being a field guide in a wilderness therapy program in Utah, what he has seen in his time there, and his thoughts about transporting unwilling teens to wilderness therapy programs. We want to thank the sponsors of Season 14 Brightstone Transitions, Point School, and Wisdom Ranch.   Season 14 focuses on young adult programs.

Sur le fil
Avoir un cancer à 17 ans: des lueurs d'espoir à l'horizon

Sur le fil

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2022 7:34


En France, près de 1700 jeunes adolescents ou adultes apprennent chaque année qu'ils sont atteints d'un cancer. Un sacré coup à l'âge où l'on croque la vie, on découvre l'amour, on passe des examens ou on se choisit un destin. Mais des progrès considérables ont été réalisés dans les traitements, notamment parce que l'on a compris que ces jeunes, qui ne sont ni des enfants ni complètement des adultes ont des besoins spécifiques.   Sur le fil a pu visiter l'unité fonctionnelle d'Hématologie pour Adolescents et Jeunes Adultes (AJA) de l'hôpital Saint-Louis à Paris, un service spécialisé dans le traitement de cancers de jeunes de 15 à 25 ans. Réalisation: Michaëla Cancela-Kieffer.    Pour plus d'information sur ces centres: https://go-aja.fr/ Merci à l' Association Princesse Margot  L'association qui soutient cette unité et d'autres  en matière de cancer pédiatrique a facilité notre accès à l'hôpital. Vous pouvez aussi consulter le point de vue de la Haute Autorité de Santé sur les traitements Car-T-Cell   Sur le Fil est le podcast quotidien de l'AFP. Vous avez des commentaires ? Ecrivez-nous à podcast@afp.com ou sur notre compte Instagram. Vous pouvez aussi nous envoyer une note vocale par Whatsapp au + 33 6 79 77 38 45.  Si vous aimez, abonnez-vous, parlez de nous autour de vous et laissez-nous plein d'étoiles sur votre plateforme de podcasts préférée pour mieux faire connaître notre programme !    

Second Adolescence
Ep. 24: Second Adolescence as...the Joy and Grief in Late Blooming

Second Adolescence

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 55:05


This week's guest is Nicole Liv (she/her), host of Late Bloomers Clvb podcast. The Late Bloomers Clvb is a community and podcast for Late Blooming queer folks who identify as having come out later in life and find themselves later blooming into their most true queer selves. I cannot recommend this community and Nicole's work enough. Today, Nicole sat in the role of guest and offered her own story and journey with us.  She shares what led to her being someone who didn't start to have full awareness of her queerness until being in her thirties, and how so much of her story and healing has involved looking back in her story to see the moments when her queerness was hijacked from her, repressed, and not given space to fully breathe and develop, and how she engaged in undoing all this now. She talks with us about Joy and Grief being the two primary markers of her queer healing journey, and truly invites all of us to more deeply look at our own stories and our own needs for healing and liberation. I friggin loved this conversation and love everything the Late Bloomers Clvb is about and am excited to invite you into it. About the guest:Nicole Liv (she/her) identifies as a late blooming lesbian who came out at 34 due to compulsory heterosexuality. She's a podcast host and community facilitator whose mission is to help late blooming queer folks (and all queer folks) cultivate more joy and justice in their lives. For more about the Late Bloomers Clvb, visit www.latebloomersclvb.com or follow @latebloomersclvb.For more about Second Adolescence, visit www.secondadolescencepod.com or follow @secondadolescencepod.Download episode transcript here. 

Schizophrenia: Three Moms in the Trenches
A Plan of Action for COD (co-occurring disorders): The Harris Project (Episode 53)

Schizophrenia: Three Moms in the Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 54:56


A Plan of Action for COD (co-occurring disorders*): The Harris Project*mental health challenges plus  and substance misuse or addictionWhat comes first: substance use or mental health challenges? It can happen either way.Adolescence is a time of change and challenge. It is also during this time that most mental health disorders arise. In fact, 22% of teens 13-18 have a diagnosable mental health and/or addictive disorders, and 50% of all cases of mental health disorders arise by the age of 14 and 75% by the age of 24 (MHFA.org).We 3 Moms have been there. We share our family story in books and in this podcast, to help others.Our guest has the same mission - to turn heartache into action, and to honor her son. She was recently featured in the NY times, and she's here with us today. Stephanie Marquesano, mom of Harris (who died at age 19 and had a COD, or co-occuring disorder), is founder and president of the project named for him - with a mission to change the way these two conditions are noticed and treated. We ask: Tell us about Harris. If you had to tell the story of his life before the illness and after the illness in five minutes what would you want us most to know? Early signs: you said in NY times “He was crawling out of his own skin half the time.” - is there anything you wish you had known, anything you wish someone else had known or done? Can you share your journey to find psychological and psychiatric help? The combination of substance abuse and mental illness often co-occurs, and yet… not treated together .   Talk to us  about the “addiction treatment nonsystem” and what should replace it.CODA goals include:Increased awareness and understanding of co-occurring disorders for youth.Increased early intervention for mental health challenges and substance misuse leading to a decline in incidence of youth mental health crises, drug misuse, addiction and overdose.Increased likelihood that those already impacted by co-occurring disorders will seek help and support.Raise a generation without the stigma typically associated with mental health challenges/substance misuse.Encourage youth to positively impact their peers/communities by building connections to each other and being a link to resources. LINKS:https://theharrisproject.org/Twitter: @theharrispro Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theharrisprojectCOD/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theharrisprojectcod/Mindy and her book: https://mindygreiling.com/Randye and her book: https://benbehindhisvoices.com/Miriam and her book: https://www.miriam-feldman.com/ 

Springcreek Church - Garland, TX Podcast
Service | Fuel Your Passion by Finding Your Purpose: Service or Serve Us - Part 2

Springcreek Church - Garland, TX Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 40:55


FUEL YOUR PASSION BY FINDING YOUR PURPOSEService or Serve Us - Part 2Senior Pastor Keith StewartSeptember 25, 2022Each of us was made to crave so much more than what we settle for. We were created by God in such a way that there's a song our lungs were made to sing, a race our legs were made to run, and a purpose our lives were meant to fulfill. That's what this message is all about – discovering your purpose in order to fully live out your passion.SERIES: Service or Serve UsIt was the Nobel Prize-winning Dr. Albert Schweitzer who once said, “I don't know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know, the only ones among you who will be truly happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.” This is something both Dr. Schweitzer and Jesus shared in common - a stunning reversal of the Me-First paradigm with an approach that is radically other-centered.---DISCUSSION QUESTIONS1.) Adolescence is a time in all of our lives when we are most in touch with our passions. We feel things fiercely; love, hate, desire, dreams, hunger, etc.. Everything within us wants to matter and make a difference. Share with the group some of your adolescent dreams. What did you long to be when you grew up? What causes did you take on? What did you feel most passionately about? How has that helped to make you who you are today? What part, if any, still remains?2.) Take some time to discuss passion drainers or passion killers. What happened or what was said to you that dampened your enthusiasm or squelched your dreams?3.) One passion killer that really needs to be discussed is low-gear living. What does it mean to live in low gear? How often, especially in church, do we hear a message asking for minimal, low-level commitments? What effect does that actually have on people? What happens in a Christianity that sets the bar too low creating followers who are under-challenged and overindulged?4.) Pastor Keith described 3 Levels of Living. Share with the group your experiences, if you have any, with each of these levels.• The Survival Level• The Success Level• The Significance Level5.) The two essentials in re-igniting passion are to listen to the call of God and listen to the cry of the world. The call of God is those times when God pushes us out of our comfort zone and often uses us in areas where we feel weak or inadequate. Have you ever gone through something like this? What was that like for you? How did God work through you? The other aspect of God is listening to the cry of the world. This is where some need in the world around us grabs hold of us in ways that other things don't. It doesn't mean that those other things don't matter but that God is calling on us to focus on this particular area of need because it fits with who we are and how He's wired us up. What sort of people or situations create a heightened sense of caring, connection, and desire to make a difference in you? This could be your ministry from God. Try stepping into the situation just to lean in and learn more. 6.) Rosa Parks is a prime example of someone who decided to no longer live in contradiction to who she actually was. Not only did she take a heroic stand on that bus in Montgomery that day but she also decided she would no longer be complicit in her own diminishment. Her stand that day changed history. God made you a certain way for His reasons. Be who you are. Don't contradict who you are on account of the pressure from others who surround you. Have you ever made a stand or statement because you knew in your core who you are and decided you would no longer sit on the sidelines while life passed you by? How did it feel? What was the result?https://www.springcreekchurch.org/#realspringcreekchurch #serviceorserveus #service #serving #serve #Jesus #fuelyourpassion #passion #findy

The Parenting Podcast
Adolescence - Being Blind-Sided and Pushing the Alarms | Ep. 49

The Parenting Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 29:49


 Following up on Dr. Stephens' episode, the TPP Team jumps into adolescence. Listen in as they discuss the reality of parenting in this unique season of life – what helped them, what blindsided them, and some suggestions for deciding when you might and might not push the Alarm Button. 

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast
192. Kaleidoscope of Archies

The Blume Saloon: A Judy Blume Book Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 62:25


“Go Ask Alice” by Anonymous, Sept 16-Dec 25, 1968. New Judy-adjacent book alert! Join Jody and Alison as they embark upon their maiden Alice voyage. Your hosts will lead you through the music, movies, events, and pop culture of the years 1968-1970 as a primer, followed by some dramatic readings, critiques, and analysis. There's also an exciting Rumberger reveal. Alice gets the runaround from her one true love, eats six French fries, purchases a pearl, and has second thoughts about moving. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!

This Teenage Life
Dealing with transitions...like starting school.

This Teenage Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 20:49


Like many transitions, starting a new school year can be stressful. In this episode, we talk about our experiences and the coping strategies we use to feel more comfortable as we go back to school. We have exciting episodes and a newsletter coming out this season. Feel free to make requests for topics or just reach out at team@thisteenagelife.org. This episode is sponsored by the XQ Institute. Check out the student journalism challenge they're sponsoring at studentjournalismchallenge.org