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    Lemonspark
    Childhood Discipline and COVID19 Pandemic Lead to Manifestation Coaching Business

    Lemonspark

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 19:18


    Meet Rita Roushdy, a manifestation coach who tries to help people realize their dreams in 90 days or less. Learn how her experience with harsh discipline as a child and the COVID19 pandemic led her to do the difficult inner work to find the root cause of her feeling unworthy, transforming her to a happy and helpful manifestation coach. You can learn more about Rita on Instagram at @abundance_on_demand and from her website at https://www.abundanceondemand.co.uk/. 

    Everyday Wellness
    Ep. 216 The Science Behind Stress and How to Create Sustainable Change with Dr. Doni Wilson

    Everyday Wellness

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 53:15


    I am excited to have Dr. Doni Wilson back on the show today! She was with me once before in episode 142. Dr. Doni is a naturopathic doctor, certified professional midwife, and the bestselling author of Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. She has been in practice for the last twenty-two years. Most people think that stress is all bad. However, it only becomes an issue when chronic, long-term, or debilitating. There are many benefits to having the right amount of stress at the right time.  In this episode, Dr. Doni and I take a deep dive into the role of stress and the impact of the stress response, including heart rate variability, the autonomic nervous system, and the role of the vagus nerve. We talk about what happens to our bodies with chronic exposure to stress- specifically around digestion, hormonal imbalances, neurotransmitter changes, and immune response. We discuss the impact of adverse childhood events and trauma, different types of stress, and recovery protocols. We also discuss measuring neurotransmitters and urine and speak about self-compassion and love- especially when dealing with stressful events. I hope you enjoy today's conversation! Stay tuned for more! IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN: Dr. Doni defines the role of stress and talks about our built-in stress response system. Some people are in a constant state of stress, so their stress-response system never turns off. What does heart-rate variability represent? The parasympathetic system is run mostly by the vagus nerve. Dr. Doni explains what the vagus nerve does in the body.  Constant stress causes overstimulation. That results in people not having enough time in the parasympathetic state, and that can cause chronic health issues. The impact stress has on hormones and neurotransmitters. The importance of testing hormone levels.  Why can blood work appear normal, even when we are stressed or anxious? When stressful things happen in middle age, it can overtax the adrenal glands and cause issues. Dr. Doni talks about the importance of testing adrenal levels when recovering from adrenal distress. Dr. Doni explains what motivated her to write Master Your Stress Reset Your Health. Why do adrenal and cortisol issues need to be addressed differently depending on the patterns? The areas in the body that tend to be most affected by chronic stress. Childhood stress and trauma can impact your long-term health and even affect future generations. Dr. Doni has created a system to address that. Dr. Doni describes the different stress types and talks about the most common stress types she sees in women. Prioritizing self-care is vital for stress recovery. Connect with Cynthia Thurlow Follow on Twitter, Instagram & LinkedIn Check out Cynthia's website  Connect with Dr. Doni Wilson On her website On Instagram and Facebook 

    The Mens Room Daily Podcast
    Top Things We Miss About Childhood

    The Mens Room Daily Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2022 10:18


    Andy's Hall Pass
    #AndysPick6 - Childhood Crushes

    Andy's Hall Pass

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 4:31


    (06/23/22) - This child of the 70s/early 80s remembering his first crushes

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    People Call Me a Complainer

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 7:03


    Gayle's family and friends have told her that she comes across as negative, and she'd like Dr. Laura's help to change. - Dr. Laura: "Make connections with people by discussing things that can bring you closer."Would your friends say you're upbeat or a Debbie Downer? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    I Don't Want My Kids To Meet My Bio Dad

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 3:21


    Chris would like to know if it's appropriate to keep his children from meeting their biological grandfather since he has chosen to be uninvolved for most of Chris's life. - Dr. Laura: "Don't disrespect the good grand-parenting of your stepdad by introducing the absentee grandfather."Is there a step parent in your life who treated you better than your actual parent? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    Is it Time to Send My Daughter Back to School?

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 5:41


    Michelle is wondering if public school would be more beneficial than home schooling for her 7-year-old who loves to be the center of attention. - Dr. Laura: "Homeschooling parents have to teach values and character along with academics." Is there something you think public schools do better than you could do for your children through home schooling? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    My Wife is Abusing Me

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 13:25


    Mark feels hopeless in his abusive marriage but wants to do what's right for his 8-year-old son. - Dr. Laura: "Separation is an appropriate first step in protecting yourself."Do you consider verbal abuse worthy of separation? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    Grief Out Loud
    We Have No New Memories - Amanda Drews & Buzzy's Bees

    Grief Out Loud

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 31:09


    Amanda Drews is the founder of Buzzy's Bees, the organization she started after her son Hudson, who was 13 months old, died of SUDC (Sudden and Unexplained Death in Childhood). Amanda started Buzzy's Bees with a mission to provide financial support to families dealing with the unexpected loss of a child. Over time, Amanda realized what families really needed and wanted was a chance to talk about their children. So she launched the Give Grief a Voice Project where families meet with professional writers and artists who capture the essence of their child and their life in a unique piece of art.   In this episode we talk about: The stories we tell ourselves about death & grief. What Amanda's older son needed in his grief.  How Amanda navigates her season of grief - the time between Hudson's birthday and anniversary of the day he died. 

    The Story Box
    Yuri Lowenthal Unboxing | The Voice Behind Spider Man, He-Man, Ben 10 & Basically Your Childhood Heroes

    The Story Box

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 48:43


    Born in Alliance, Ohio, which was the first of many homes for Yuri; he's lived in Virginia, Tennessee, West Africa, Japan, New York and resides in Los Angeles. Yuri discovered his talent and passion for acting near the end of high school and since then has made a reputation of being a committed and creative artist on both stage and screen internationally. He made his debut in writing, producing and starring in the independent short, "Faithful." He is a student of martial arts, speaks fluent Japanese, French and German. Yuri is becoming well-known for his work in voice over in video games and animation, some of his roles include Superman on Legion of Super Heroes (2006), Sasuke on Naruto (2002) and The Prince in Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (2003) video game series.In 2004, he started his own production company, Monkey Kingdom Productions, with partner Tara Platt.Pre-order my new book 'The Path of an Eagle: How To Overcome & Lead After Being Knocked Down'.AMAZON USAMAZON AUSSupport this show http://supporter.acast.com/thestorybox. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

    The Avid Reader Show
    Episode 667: Alexandra Lange - Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall

    The Avid Reader Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:08


    Few places have been as nostalgized, or as maligned, as malls. Since their birth in the 1950s, they have loomed large as temples of commerce, the agora of the suburbs. In their prime, they proved a powerful draw for creative thinkers such as Joan Didion, Ray Bradbury, and George Romero, who understood the mall's appeal as both critics and consumers. Yet today, amid the aftershocks of financial crises and a global pandemic, as well as the rise of online retail, the dystopian husk of an abandoned shopping center has become one of our era's defining images. Conventional wisdom holds that the mall is dead. But what was the mall, really? And have rumors of its demise been greatly exaggerated?In her acclaimed The Design of Childhood, Alexandra Lange uncovered the histories of toys, classrooms, and playgrounds. She now turns her sharp eye to another subject we only think we know. She chronicles postwar architects' and merchants' invention of the mall, revealing how the design of these marketplaces played an integral role in their cultural ascent. In Lange's perceptive account, the mall becomes newly strange and rich with contradiction: Malls are environments of both freedom and exclusion--of consumerism, but also of community. Meet Me by the Fountain is a highly entertaining and evocative promenade through the mall's story of rise, fall, and ongoing reinvention, for readers of any generation.Support an independent bookseller buy the book here:  https://wellingtonsquarebooks.indiecommerce.com/book/9781635576023

    Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.
    S2 EP25: Dr Robb Kelly - BONUS After Thoughts

    Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 7:15


    In this after thoughts section, Luke Colson looks back on the previous episode which featured our guest Dr Robb Kelly discussing his Alcoholism and how he finally turned things around. As someone who can directly relate to alcohol abuse, Luke offers some thoughts on the disease itself and some of the issues around treatment in the US. Kyle Wise couldn't join this one due to Covid. Sorry listeners!!TRIGGER / CONTENT WARNING: Discusses domestic violence, domestic abuse and addiction.Site: https://robbkelly.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/addiction_doctor/FB https://www.facebook.com/drrobb.kelly.1Support the show

    Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.
    S2 EP25: Dr Robb Kelly's Story - I Stabbed My Wife To Get A Drink

    Well, that f*cked me up! Surviving life changing events.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 34:22


    It's not often we have so many extraordinary things happen in one episode. Where to start!? Dr Robb Kelly was an alcoholic of desperate proportion, he would do literally anything to get a drink. At one point, Rodd tells us how things became so bad that he stabbed his wife just to get to the Vodka! Alcohol and Drug addiction can strip you of everything, and Robb would end up homeless for 14 years until some sort of divine or universal intervention helped him get things back on track and turn his life completely around. In this jam packed episode, we go on a  rollercoaster ride with twists and turns and as usual, we aim to focus on the good out of the bad, the triumph over trauma!TRIGGER / CONTENT WARNING: Discusses domestic violence, domestic abuse and addiction.Site: https://robbkelly.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/addiction_doctor/FB https://www.facebook.com/drrobb.kelly.1Support the show

    The Jedburgh Podcast
    #065: Holding Hands - Author & Photographer Diane Conn

    The Jedburgh Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 59:52


    Over the last seven years Diane Conn has taken tens of thousands of pictures of people holding hands. As the COVID-19 pandemic broke apart so much of the fiber of our community she was motivated to put her pictures into a book, called Holding Hands, showing us all just how important holding hands actually is in our lives.Fran Racioppi sits down with Diane to discuss the impact the loss of her mother to suicide had on her. She shared her battles with depression and a severe concussion that changed her outlook on life. And she talked about the film industry, her late husband, Mace, and how she captures pictures of total strangers holding hands in New York City. Take a listen to our conversation then check out our YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn to Fran and Diane searching for the perfect shot. Read the full episode transcription here and learn more on The Jedburgh Podcast Website. Check out our video versions on YouTube.Highlights: -Fran asks Diane to define connection and the power of touch; yet why we never touch for long. (5:04)-Diane describes her process for taking photos from behind and how her technique has only gotten her caught once. (8:08)-The science behind holding hands has a medical explanation and benefits to our entire emotional physiological system. (11:10)-Fran and Diane break down Holding Hands (and Diane's life) into its three sections: Childhood, Love Together; as well as Diane's key words for each of these parts of our life. (15:10)-Diane's mother died by suicide throwing Diane into a blackness and depression that lasted much of her life, bringing her to her own thoughts of suicide. (19:43) -The movie industry has been a big part of Diane's life as she worked in film finance, met her husband (Mace) working on the set of Patriot Games with Harrison Ford and spent a career in Hollywood production. (29:01)-Diane explains how Mace, a Pulizter runner-up, taught her photography and what makes the perfect photo. (30:30)-A blackout concussion five years ago resulted in a year straight of headaches, dizziness and a relapse of severe depression. (38:50)Quotes:-”People don't hold hands for long…There's not one case where people just kept on walking for blocks and blocks and never let go.” -”I don't want to look at their faces and I don't want to see the front of them.”-”Sometimes there are unique hand holds that you can't even imagine.”-”That hunger for connection has driven humans forever.”-”It never occurred to me that I wouldn't have two parents.” ) -“I spent, in my head, the next 25 years trying to save her. Trying to figure out how to rewind time.”-”He taught me how to see that one shot.” -”Even in that state, I felt better when I looked at the photos of people holding hands.”-”We all need somebody.” Diane's Three Daily Foundations to Success:-Mediate in the morning no matter what-Exercise-Connect with somebodyThis episode is brought to you by Jersey Mike's, 18A Fitness, and Analytix Solutions

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    My Kids Are Punishing Me

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 3:30


    Marsha has reconciled with her cheating husband, and now she can only see her grandchildren if she goes to their home without her man. - Dr. Laura: "Your kids don't want to deal with your creep."What would it take for you to leave a cheating spouse? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    The Terri Cole Show
    415 Own Your Past, Change Your Future with Dr. John Delony

    The Terri Cole Show

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 38:21


    Today I'm sharing an interview with Dr. John Delony. He's a mental health expert, podcast host, and author who specializes in making the path to mental wellness accessible for everyone, especially people who don't come from an academic background.  John explained five steps you can take to heal past traumas that are getting in the way of your current life, no matter who you are. Plus, we chatted about codependency in parent-child relationships— how damaging it can be to both parties when parents are dependent on children for their emotional stability. Read the show notes for today's episode at terricole.com/415

    The Postpartum Coach Podcast
    What I Wish I Would Have Known, Part 1: Childhood, Motherhood and Postpartum Mental Health (Group Program *Now* Taking Applications)

    The Postpartum Coach Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 31:56


    I've become so much more seasoned and educated about mental health, nervous system, trauma and the dynamics of postpartum that I decided to give a fresh, more intimate and more comprehensive series of my own personal story, trauma, triumphs and struggles, with lessons woven in just for you along the way. Seriously though, this is an open, heartfelt and very poignant episode. Be ready to possibly take notes or pause for emotional digestion. I'm pretty sure you'll love a good story like I do. Tune in. APPLY FOR GROUP PROGRAM at https://learn.lizzielangston.com/program Download my FREE POSTPARTUM GUIDE and get on my email list at https://lizzielangston.com/freebie/ My Yoga Teacher's Studio, GoBodhiYoga https://gobodhiyoga.com/ Wendi Jenson's Book (preeclampsia reference) Apply Now for Group Coaching Program!      

    Oh Crap I Love My Toddler... But Holy F*ck
    Patreon Unlock: Parent Power, Absent Fathers, etc.

    Oh Crap I Love My Toddler... But Holy F*ck

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:45


    On this week's episode, I want to cover something I've noticed becoming quite rampant in the work I do with both parenting and potty training—sustained cajoling as a parental technique. Rewards and compliments are great things to give our kids, but when you start cajoling or bribing to get them to do daily activities, you're not empowering them, you're disempowering yourself as a parent. Instead of putting yourself in a position of weakness, I discuss better ways to take control of your parenting, including developing your Mom Voice and using statements, choices, and challenges as your techniques for getting your kid to play ball. Also in this episode, I hear from two listeners: first, a mom who wants some advice on handling her child's biological father choosing not to be involved in the kid's life. This is a really personal subject for me, as I've had the experience of the other parent walking away and the impact of that choice. I talk about getting knocked up and facing life as a single mom and the decisions that I made to ensure Pascal has positive male figures in his life. I also tackle how to deal with questions from other kids about where the absent parent is and the importance of talking to the child about the reality of their parent leaving instead of allowing them to build up a flawless fantasy version in their head. Moving on, the second listener question is about homeschooling—a subject you all know I'm passionate about—and how to provide an enriched environment. I've got some tips and recommendations for setting yourself up to homeschool, including avoiding formal classrooms, the value of tape and scissors, and using big play to train kids for future academics. And to wrap things up, I talk about going outside as part of homeschooling, including stocking up on gear, figuring out barriers, and using thrift stores and outlets to save money. The Finer Details of This Episode: I'm recording the day after a huge blizzard here in Rhode Island—we got over three feet of snow! Fortunately, we didn't lose power, and I have a plow guy, so I'm not stuck here. Webster's definition of cajoling is, “To persuade someone to do something by sustained coaxing or flattery,” while the definition of bribery is, “Offering, giving, soliciting, or receiving any item of perceived value as a means of influencing the action of an individual.” Meanwhile, a reward is “An item given for an achievement or effort.” When you start cajoling or bribing for daily activities, like getting dressed or putting their shoes on, you run into trouble because you're asking your child permission to parent them. And by doing so, you're not empowering them, you're losing your own power by putting yourself in a position of weakness. My number one rule when you're potty training is don't ask your child if they have to go. There are many other, more effective ways to prompt by using a statement, choice, or challenge. I'm a firm believer in the Mom Voice; I want you to cultivate a voice that means business. That doesn't mean using a mean voice, it means being regulated and letting your kid know that you're in control. In my work, I see all the time that moms have to beg, plead, and cajole, but dads get listened to. This is because dads tend to have lower-pitched voices and use fewer words, which gives them a tone that says, “I mean business.” Moms can take a lesson from this by using a lower tone and resisting the cultural conditioning that encourages women to speak in a questioning tone. Don't blow smoke up your kid's ass by using excessive flattery to get them to do things—children already think they're the center of the universe, don't encourage that self-centered perception. I got a question from a listener about dealing with her child's father not wanting to be part of his life. We tend to see this happening with the biological father more than the mother; some women do abandon their child, but it tends to be coupled with factors that make it almost preferable for them not to have contact. I have a really personal response to this question—I got knocked up the old-fashioned way, as the result of a fling I had no interest in making long-term. I suggested co-parenting with the father, but he was unable to make up his mind about wanting to be a parent and ultimately drifted away after meeting Pascal at four months old. I moved to Rhode Island when Pascal was nine or ten months old, in part because I knew my family would provide him with strong male figures in his life. He still had questions about where his dad was, but many of these were alleviated because—thanks to the success of Oh Crap! Potty Training—I was able to be with Pascal a lot more than many single mothers who have to work long hours and/or multiple jobs to make ends meet. When the issue of Pascal's dad came up the most was between the ages of four and ten, when other kids would ask questions about where his father was. The response I developed was a truthful one, that Pascal's dad wasn't ready to be part of a family, which took care of most kids. I think it's really important if you're in a situation when a parent takes off or has limited contact because of drugs to talk about it and not brush it under the rug. Kids often build a fantasy life, including a perfect version of an absent parent, and this can lead to trouble and disappointment down the road. As single moms, we can fall into the trap of thinking our kids are going to communicate as females, but sometimes they need male figures because men communicate very differently to women. I got another question from a mom preparing to start homeschooling at the pre-K level, who wanted to know what supplies you need to have an enriched schooling environment. I think it's important to note that everybody homeschools to a certain extent, whether that's before kindergarten or just helping your kids with their homework. As far as full-time homeschooling, I wouldn't recommend setting up a classroom for kids at an early age, especially for only one child. Part of the reason to do homeschooling is that it gives a lot more freedom in how the kid learns, whereas setting up a classroom keeps you in the mindset of school. Homeschooling lets you break out of the formality of school—and all the crowd control that goes along with it—so you don't have to stick rigidly to schedules, subjects, or locations. For enrichment, I'd think less about how you can enrich your child's education and more about what would I do with my average four-year-old. The idea that kids are empty vessels that we stuff with knowledge is antiquated; instead, try to provide opportunities and see where their strengths lie and what they're drawn to. Practically, I'd suggest having a couple of maps on the wall so you can point out, for example, where a character in a book is from. I'd also have a couple of books in every room—not a whole library because that can be overwhelming, but a couple of books so that reading material is always available. And the other thing that's very necessary is a whole lot of tape and scissors because it encourages the use of the muscles in the forefinger, middle finger, and thumb, which are the ones used for writing. Another important thing to bear in mind when homeschooling at pre-K and first grade is don't ask your kid to sit still if they can't and if you haven't done big play. This is because kids' cores are really weak at that age, and they don't yet have the strength to support sitting still and writing. First, we need to use big play and things like tape and scissors to train their bodies for the focus and strength needed to sit and write. Other than that, supplies are going to be dictated by what your child wants to do, whether they're super-crafty or really into dinosaurs. One of the best things you can do is read to your child and provide opportunities for learning words. When Pascal was in kindergarten and first grade, I would label everything from the windows to the tables to the chairs to help him learn sight words. If you're planning on getting outside regularly as part of homeschooling (which is a great idea!), invest in some gear. The best thing you can do with your kid is get one of those one-piece shells (insulated or not!), and then you can layer all the clothes you need underneath. Go for brand names over generics if you can because they have better heat technology and let you have a slim profile, which makes being outside in the cold so much more pleasant. I tend not to recommend specific brands, but I personally like Hannah Anderson (which are really sturdy and last a long time), Columbia, and North Face. Always look for where your and your kid's barrier is when you're outside. For example, I just got battery-operated socks because I have chilblains, so I have to try and keep my feet warm all the time. If you have cold hands, get mittens and reusable hand warmers, or if your butt gets cold, try an outdoor skirt (or an ass jacket, as I call them). Thrift stores and outlets are great at this time of year, with huge deals available. Think ahead when you're buying from them and buy big, so the clothes last a couple of seasons. One thing that really does change with homeschooling is that you have the luxury of taking a break when you need one. Quotes: “When we start cajoling or bribing for daily activities, like getting dressed, putting on your shoes, sitting down at the table, we run into trouble because now you are asking your child permission to parent them.” “When we find ourselves coaxing all the time and offering too many choices, then we lose our power. And we give them the impression that they have a choice.” “Childhood's long, you've got another eighteen years of active hands on, right, or another, like sixteen, seventeen years. So you can't blow your wad now. And if you're already asking them permission, then you haven't established that you are the parent.” “You are the parent because you're older and wiser. And you've been around a few blocks, and you know how this goes, and your prefrontal cortex is formed. You have long-term judgment, you have empathy, hopefully you're working on your trauma stuff. And you are not reactionary, right? That's why you should be in power.” “If your kid's in a mood, or your kid is spirited, or your child is difficult, or you have that kid who came out of the womb with boxing gloves, challenges work great.” “We just don't need three-year-olds running around thinking they're God's gift to the universe.” “I was moving to New York, and I decided to have a fling, and I got flung, and I got flung with Pascal, which of course is the best thing that ever happened to me.” “There are shitty dads, and there are shitty moms. And there are parents that don't live life as depicted in the movies. But we know that, right? Because nobody even takes a shit in the movies.” “I think the more important point is less what you say and if it's right or not right, and more that you have the conversation so they're not building up a mythology in their head because that mythology will be crushed. Because even if the person comes back into their lives, they won't live up to the mythology, but also then they'll go on to be a parent and think they have to be this mythical perfect parent.” “I didn't choose to homeschool so I could recreate school at home. I chose it so we can have a lot more freedom in how he learns.” “One of the things I feel really passionate about is our kids aren't empty vessels that we fill. That notion is antiquated as far as teaching, right? We don't stuff them with knowledge, what we do is we provide opportunities, and we see where their strengths lie.” “What's happening now is there's such this push for early academics that we're trying to make kids do those things before they've gotten strong or while they're weak. And before, really, they're ready to do so.” “Kids love to be outside in the elements, there's nothing more fun than the rain, the snow. So if they complain that they're cold, if they complain that something got down their neck, there's gear, expensive or cheap, there's gear to handle it. So just figure out what the barrier is and go for that.” “One thing that does change with homeschooling, though, is that you really do have the luxury of like, it might be a really beautiful day, and Pascal and I will be like, 'Yeah, but we need a break. We need to rest, we need to nap today.'” Links: Jamie's Homepage - www.jamieglowacki.com Oh Crap! Potty Training – https://www.amazon.com/Crap-Potty-Training-Everything-Parenting-ebook/dp/B00V3L8YSU Oh Crap! I Have A Toddler - https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/Oh-Crap!-I-Have-a-Toddler/Jamie-Glowacki/Oh-Crap-Parenting/9781982109738 Jamie's Patreon Page: www.patreon.com/join/jamieglowacki? Jamie's Instagram Page: @jamie.glowacki

    Longform
    Episode 492: Alexandra Lange

    Longform

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 40:30


    Alexandra Lange is a design critic whose work has appeared in The New Yorker, The New York Times, and many other publications. Her new book is Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall. “I really like to write about things that I can hold and experience. I'm not that interested in biography, but I am very interested in the biography of an object. ... Like I feel about the objects, I think, how most people feel about people. So what I'm always trying to do is communicate that enthusiasm and that understanding to my reader, because these objects really have a lot of speaking to do.” Show notes: @LangeAlexandra alexandralange.net  Lange on Longform 00:00 Lange's Design Observer archive 00:00 Lange's Curbed archive 00:00 Meet Me by the Fountain: An Inside History of the Mall (Bloomsbury • 2022) 15:00 "Malls and the Future of American Retail" (Curbed • Feb 2018) 17:00 "Owings Mills Mall in 1986" (YouTube) 21:00 Lange's New York Magazine archive 21:00 Lange's Tumblr 26:00 Witold Rybczynski's Architect Magazine archive 30:00 The Design of Childhood: How the Material World Shapes Independent Kids (Bloomsbury • 2018) 35:00 New Angle: Voice (Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

    Parenting Understood
    Ep. 22 [Revisited] - Bridging Sound and Reading in Early Childhood with Dr. Carolyn Strom

    Parenting Understood

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 27:18


    Today we are thrilled to be re-visiting an episode in which Dr. Carolyn Strom joined us to talk about the neuroscience behind reading and literacy. As Dr. Strom notes, when we look at the brain science around reading, we're not wired for reading in the same way that we're wired for spoken language. Therefore, as we discuss, in order to learn to read, we have to help our kids wire their brains by teaching them the basics of the letters and sounds. And as Dr. Strom details there is a very specific way to teach that is aligned with what we know about how the brain organizes complex information. Dr. Strom further details evidence-based instructional methods to support reading. We also discuss the role of sound recognition in relation to dyslexia.   Dr. Strom is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Early Childhood Literacy at NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development. Her work is focused on bridging the divide between scientific research and instructional practices. Currently, she is leading an initiative with early childhood educators and families called 'Cortex in the Classroom.' This work focuses on the practical application of reading research and on the development of new instructional media for supporting early reading. Dr. Strom graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania, has a Master's degree from USC in Reading Education and a PhD from NYU. To learn more about Dr. Strom and her research please visit: https://carolynstrom.com/  https://twitter.com/carolyn_strom

    6-minute Stories
    "Rock-a-bye in Aunt Adelaide's Bed" by Janet Lynne Douglass

    6-minute Stories

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 7:48


    Janet Lynne Douglass is a Family Nurse Practitioner in South Carolina. She received her undergraduate and Master of Nursing degrees from the University of South Carolina. She received her Doctor of Nursing Practice from The George Washington University in Washington D.C.Janet has published works in academic journals including "A Nurse's Personal Story, from Childhood to Advanced Practice Registered Nurse." Narrative Inquiry in Bioethics, vol. 9 no. 2 (2019) and Journal of Theory Construction & Testing.

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day
    My Sister Won't Share Her Inheritance

    Dr. Laura Call of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 7:46


    Kelly's sister has been taking care of their elderly mother, and Kelly feels resentful because the sister, instead of Kelly, will inherit their mother's home. - Dr. Laura: "Be grateful to your sister for freeing you of the responsibility of caring for an aging parent."Is an inheritance coming between you and your siblings? Email me your thoughts at: drlaura@drlaura.com To participate on the radio program; call 1-800-Dr-Laura / 1-800-375-2872 or make an appointment - https://www.drlaura.com/make-an-appointment. Find me on social media at:Facebook.com/DrLauraInstagram.com/DrLauraProgramTwitter.com/DrLauraProgramPinterest.com/DrLauraYouTube.com/DrLauraBecome a Dr. Laura Family Member: https://www.drlaura.com/ See https://www.drlaura.com/privacy-policy for privacy information.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast
    337 Mindfulness and Meditation: Dental Coping Mechanisms with Nidhi Taneja DDS, MSD

    A Tale of Two Hygienists Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 35:35


    On this episode of A Tale of Two Hygienists Andrew is joined by Dr. Nidhi Taneja who speaks to us about mindfulness and meditation in the dental space. This is a new concept to Andrew and may be for many of you. In this episode Dr. Taneja breaks down the basics of how you can implement mindfulness practices into your daily routines.    Big thank you to our guest co-host Stephanie Botts, RDH for joining us on this episode! If you want to hear more from Stephanie be sure to check out her TIPisodes with us.   Interview Starts: 07:32.562   Episode Highlights Mindfulness - Getting started How Dr. Taneja was exposed Childhood exposure 3 Thought Categories What is mindfulness? RAIN: Recognize, Allow, Investigate, Nurture Quality vs. Quantity    Quotes “I love being silent and being with myself.”    “You can take a pause and just go over your day.”    “This is not something that just happens, I am not in a state of mindfulness all the time.”    “Categorize your thoughts into three categories, helpful, useful, or waste.”    “Every activity can be mindful.”    “Nurture sometimes can look like no treatment, or giving them all the tools.”    “If we are judging the experience we or our patients are going through it doesn't work the same way.”    “The better we get at recognizing our feelings the better we get at pausing, which is allowing our feelings.”    “Noone is making a mistake intentionally, there is a reason behind it.”    “The best kind of meditation is the one that you will do.”    “Our childhood experience does matter in getting mindfulness implemented.”    “This is a tool that is wholly dependent on us as individuals and not on our circumstances or surroundings.”    “In every patient there is a child.” Links www.nurturesmiles.com  Dr. Nidhi on Instagram  @Dr.nidhitaneja

    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth
    1841: Ways to Avoid Messing Up Your Fitness Goals on the Weekends, Why Motivation is Overrated, How to Use Mobility to Improve Muscle Connection & More (Listener Live Coaching)

    Mind Pump: Raw Fitness Truth

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 116:37


    In this episode of Quah (Q & A), Sal, Adam & Justin coach four Pump Heads via Zoom. Mind Pump Fit Tip: A fit/healthy version of you is FAR MORE RESILIENT and can handle more challenges than an unfit/unhealthy version of you. (3:30) Eat protein FIRST y'all! (22:33) A strategy to limit overeating. (24:10) Justin on starting from scratch with his new student-athletes, reliving his rivalry football game, and the value of sports. (27:23) Layoffs, Layoffs, and more Layoffs! (43:31) Shout out to Magic Spoon! (45:59) You are what you eat! (53:31) When A.I. takes over. (58:43) #ListenerLive question #1 - Any strategies on how you motivate someone who is highly sensitive and gives up easier than others? (1:04:02) #ListenerLive question #2 - What would you suggest to stay consistent with your diet on the weekends? (1:17:33) #ListenerLive question #3 - How do I best program Prime Pro on the mobility days of Performance to hit all the zones? (1:30:44) #ListenerLive question #4 - Any recommendations on how to regain my intrinsic motivation to work out? (1:40:08) Related Links/Products Mentioned Ask a question to Mind Pump, live! Email: live@mindpumpmedia.com Visit Legion Athletics for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Code MINDPUMP at checkout** Visit Magic Spoon for an exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! Father's Day Special: Free Shipping on all apparel and equipment for $150.00 or more 6/10-6/24 June Promotion: Shredded Summer Bundle or MAPS HIIT 50% off! **Promo code JUNE50 at checkout** Childhood speech delays are up 300% since the start of Covid Mind Pump #1605: How To Get Jacked On A Budget Visit NutriSense for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Mind Pump #387: Justin Vs. Hollywood Producer Wali Razaqi- An Epic Football Rivalry Mind Pump #488: Jamie Wheal- Stealing Fire Co-Author On Optimizing Human Performance TRX Files For Bankruptcy, Pursues Sale | SGB Media Online Coinbase's layoffs show growing callous side of crypto's plummet Cereal maker Magic Spoon scoops up $85M as it lands spot on Target shelves Logan Paul Roasts Mayweather & Toasts KSI Bill Gates is reportedly the largest farmland owner in America Beyond Meat Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Peanut in Beyond Meat Feisty Crumbles Google Engineer Claims AI Chatbot Has Achieved Sentience Visit Organifi for the exclusive offer for Mind Pump listeners! **Promo code MINDPUMP at checkout** Top 3 Things You Need to do to be a Successful Personal Trainer – Mind Pump Blog Prime Bundle | MAPS Fitness Products Intuitive Nutrition Guide | MAPS Fitness Products MAPS Prime Pro Webinar MAPS Prime Webinar Dinosaur Training: Lost Secrets of Strength and Development Mind Pump Podcast – YouTube Mind Pump Free Resources People Mentioned Wali Razaqi (@tapoutwali)  Instagram Jamie Wheal (@jamiewheal)  Instagram Logan Paul (@loganpaul)  Instagram Max Lugavere (@maxlugavere)  Instagram Arthur Brooks (@arthurcbrooks)  Instagram Dr. Stephen Cabral (@stephencabral)  Instagram Layne Norton, Ph.D. (@biolayne)  Instagram

    Parent Them Successful
    #041: Why Social Emotional Learning is Vital to Your Child's Education

    Parent Them Successful

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 35:41


    In this episode learn more about social emotional learning and what your child's school may be doing to provide it. In this conversation with Licensed Clinical Counselor, Dr. Mary McCullough, you will discover what supports may available at the school site, but also the limitations to those resources. Find out what you need to do to ensure your child gets supported without limitations acting as barriers. Also, be aware of warning signs your child may be showing that should trigger your call for professional help, and of course,  Dr. McCullough has the answer. The power starts with you!  About This Episode's Special Guest:Schedule an appointment with Dr. McCullough: https://mary-mccullough.clientsecure.me/Resources Mentioned In this Episode:Purchase your copy of the Between You and Me: Parent and Child Communication Journal. Click hereEnroll in the Exclusive Masterclass: Unlock Your Child's Potential By Parenting from Their Strengths . Click here5 Love Languages of Children: The Secret To Loving Children Effectively [Amazon Affiliate Link]*EMAIL LIST*Click here to join my email list for more free content to help you on your parenting journey!or go to  strongermindsstrongeryouth.com/jointhelist*REACH OUT & SHARE*Email me your stories to share with others parents just like you @ jessika@strongermindsstrongeryouth.com *CONNECT WITH ME ON SOCIAL MEDIA!!!* & *TAG ME IN YOUR STORIES!!!*#jessikashields @strongermindsstrongeryouthGet Social to Stay Connected!!!Twitter: @Official_SMSYFB: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthInstagram: @StrongerMindsStrongerYouthLinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/jessikashieldsTikTok: @Official_SMSYTo access more Podcast resources, visit strongermindsstrongeryouth.comThank you for listening!

    Poddin' Next Door
    #127 - "Honestly..."

    Poddin' Next Door

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 91:12


    On this episode: The ”Poddin' Next Door" crew opens with the usual back and forth, slappers, almost forgot the intro, and women questions… Late late upload. Bless up. Listen on most Digital Streaming Platforms. Apple, Amazon, Spotify, Google…… Follow + Subscribe: Instagram - @poddinnextdoor YouTube - Poddin' Next Door

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