In this episode our special guest Professor Ebony Hallman joins us to discuss the differences between Kids today versus Kids back in the day. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
With some interesting comments from EP40 and Kaprizov leveraging a KHL offer in his negotiations with the Wild, John breaks down how the balance of power is shifting toward the younger players in the league. Is this a good thing or not?
One of our more eye-opening conversations to date. Flindt Andersen the Founder & Director of P.A.I.N. (Parents and Addicts In Need) sheds light on the Fentanyl crisis. Why are these drugs tending right now and why are so many people dying? Fentanyl is 100 times stronger than morphine. Fentanyl is being abused at absurdly high levels. Why are dealers lacing cocaine with fentanyl? This disturbing new trend is killing people across the country. We talk about the Russian import of manufactured fentanyl, exploding on the East Coast 2 years ago. Now it's made its way to the West Coast, and thus all across the country. It used to be that the dealers wanted their customers to return to them for consistent business, but now it seems that the dealers have no regard for returning customers because there are 10 more kids waiting in line to get their first dose. They have no regard for the outcomes of the drug, and most do not know what they are doing when they start mixing and dosing these types of drugs. Another thing we talk about is how accessible it is for this generation. The general public's fear of heroin and its stigmas has gone away, and music videos and celebrities glamorize the use of opiates, in all forms. Kids are buying it on Snapchat. It's very easy for the youth of today to get it, and on top of that, it is also the deadliest drug on the streets today. Flindt points out that most kids and people do not know the actual meaning of Red Ribbon Week, and that they need to have more speakers and professional guests come in to speak to these kids in a more effective way. Even our hospitals aren't prepared. Flindt tells a story of how a mother brought in her son who overdosed on fentanyl, and the hospital didn't have Narcan to combat the overdose and save his life. There were a lot of years that Flindt was actually not in favor of Narcan being sold to the general public, or remain with EMTs. But now, he realizes it does save more lives. The problem though is that it jumpstarts the withdrawal process for addicts, and the hospital isn't prepared to combat that, to treat that withdrawal properly. Another major flaw with the recovery process is the fact that treatment centers we do have out there, do not take minors. We need to be able to treat these kids at a young age before addiction takes hold, so how do we treat them at that age? Recovery success rates for addicts are between 7% – 10%. We need to get parents and teachers more involved in the education process, and checking in with these kids on a daily basis. These are the challenges and questions that we need to talk about in our medical and treatment facilities. Join us for this informative and entertaining conversation on trending drugs in our society. Passionate, educated and informed. This is Flindt Andersen in his own words, on Knockin' Doorz Down. For Carlos Vieira's autobiography Knockin' Doorz Down https://www.kddmediacompany.com/ For 51FIFTY use the discount code KDD20 for 20% off! https://51fiftyltm.com/ https://www.facebook.com/51FIFTYLTM https://www.instagram.com/51fiftyltm/ https://twitter.com/51fiftyltm Huge thanks to Podcorn for sponsoring this episode. Explore sponsorship opportunities and start monetizing your podcast by signing up here: https://podcorn.com/podcasters/ For more on the Knockin' Doorz Down podcast and to follow us on social media https://www.kddpodcast.com https://www.instagram.com/knockindoorzdown/ https://www.facebook.com/knockingdoorsdown/ https://twitter.com/kddmediacompany https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUSJ5ooBFqso8lfFiiIM-5g/ For more information on the Carlos Vieira Foundation and the Race 2B Drug-Free, Race to End the Stigma, and Race for Autism programs visit: https://www.carlosvieirafoundation.org/ https://www.facebook.com/CVFoundation/ https://www.instagram.com/carlosvieirafoundation/ For more on Flindt Andersen & P.A.I.N. - https://www.gotpainusa.org/ https://www.instagram.com/gotpain_usa/ https://www.instagram.com/donthidethescars https://www.instagram.com/newperceptionsnorth/ https://twitter.com/addicts_in https://www.iheart.com/podcast/269-dont-hide-the-scars-62840321/
Helicopter parents are overly concerned about their kids getting paper routes, playing in sandlots, and doing odd jobs around town.--But, they still allow their kids to free range all over the internet, where red light districts proliferate. How do parents avoid the ditch of fear and control, as well as the ditch of irresponsibility and the failure to protect their children-----This program includes-----1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus -MSNBC analyst- -Idiot percentage of population needs to be told what to do--, Comedian Jackie Mason died, Team USA earned no medals first day of Summer Olympics-----2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
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Pass VS Present ! Today We Discuss The Difference And Similarities of Todays Generation VS Ours . We Look Back On Our Past And What It Was Like Growing Up And We Compare That To The Upbringing of Kids Today ! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/coffeeapplejuicepod/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/coffeeapplejuicepod/support
ARE YOU AWARE OF THE 40 SOURCES OF STRESS ON YOUR KIDS CAUSING THEM TO WITHDRAW FROM THIER WORLD AND FROM RELATIONSHIPS
What are kids thinking about these days? What is it that is on their minds? Cesar Perez touches on that in our conversation about his ministry where he shares the Gospel of Jesus Christ in public schools. Learn more about Cesar Perez by going to http://www.emmettcert.org/ Have feedback? Want to hear more on a certain topic? Have a suggestion for a guest? I'd love to hear from you. You can email me at email@example.com. Join the GraceStory Community Group on Facebook by clicking this link: www.facebook.com/groups/gracestorycommunity. There is great content in this exclusive, closed group that you won't want to miss out on. Consider becoming a supporter of GraceStory Ministries with a donation. Whether it's a one time gift or you want to join others in the GraceStory Community with a reoccurring donation, you can give by texting GRACESTORY to 44321. GraceStory Podcast on Facebook: www.facebook.com/GraceStoryPodcast GraceStory Community Group: www.facebook.com/groups/gracestorycommunity GraceStory on Instagram: @my_grace_story @gracestoryministries @gracestorypodcast
Series: Revelation: The Best is Yet to ComeTitle: “How to Raise Kids Today” (Mother's Day)Scripture: Deuteronomy 6:1-9My Bottom line:Obedience is an expression of faithful love.Tie in 3 applications:Listen - written and living wordLove - God and people (6:5)Lead others - who? From inside out (6:6-9)Hand impression in clayHeart - compass that points to true northRomans 5:8Just like a thermometer shows the actual temperature of the room, our obedience to God shows our actual love for God and people.When we were children, my sister and I went on a picnic with our parents. The two of us were playing on what we all assumed was a disused railway track. Suddenly my mother shouted, ‘Jump! Get off the track!' She had seen an express train coming down the track. Thankfully, we didn't shout back, ‘Don't threaten us. You can't scare us.' If we had done that, I would not be in a position to write this now. We both jumped off the track.The command arose out of a mother's love for her children. God's commands arise out of his goodness and his love for you. They are given so that “it may go well with you” and “you may enjoy long life”.The warnings of Jesus about the coming judgment (Gospels, Rev) and how to be ready for it come out of his love for you. In all the passages for today we see that obedience is the way to experience his goodness and be a magnet for his blessing.Nicky GumbelOutline:Notes:V. 1God gives Israel (and all his people) “the way” to true life. It is obedience motivated by a grateful love for the Lord.The Lord directed Moses to teach his people the commands, decrees and laws they were to obey because they love and trust him in the promise land.“The emphasis in Deut 6:1-2 is on obedience.”2 kinds of people: Those who love God and those who hate God. The heart attitude is seen in their obedience.When Jesus gave his commission to Peter, he just asked one question, “Simon, do you love me?” John 21:16VV. 2-3Tells them why he wants them to trust and obey.So that you, your children, and you're grand children will fear the Lord (enough) so they'll gladly obey the Lord all their lives. (2)So that they will enjoy long life (2)So that it will go well with you (3)So that you will increase greatly (financially, intellectually, physically, relationally, and spiritually). (3)V. 4Listen to God early and often. Know his word (written and living) so you know what and how to obey.Love God with all you are and have. This occurs only through obedience to his word.Lead others to love by obeying his word too.Start with yourselfFamilyExtended familyFuture familyChurch family Community/neighborsWorld (include spiritual children)When? All the timeWe don't have time to play aroundUrgentPace matters, but urgentSustainable, but aware that the days are shortWhere?LiveWork/learnPlayLocally, Globally and virtuallyHow?Listen - written and living wordLove - God and people (6:5)Lead others - who? From inside out (6:6-9)Hand impression in clayHeart - compass that points to true northJ Vernon McGee notesDeuteronomy emphasizes two words: Love and obedience. (Not law and obedience)“God's love is actually expressed in law. The great principle of law is love.” God gives us laws (boundaries) for our benefit.When our relationship is perfect, few laws are needed. (Think Garden of Eden with just 1 law)When our relationship is marred by poor discipline, unwise decision making, and unloving behavior, more laws are needed.“You and I express our love for God in our obedience.”“If you love me, keep my commandments.” -John 14:15“Salvation is a love affair.”“We love him because he first loved us.” 1 John 4:19“The Lord Jesus cited this as the greatest commandment of all: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength.” Deut 6:5“Our obedience is the manifestation of our love.”d“But God demonstrates his love for us in this that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.” Romans 5:8“Here is love, not that we loved God, but that he loved us, and sent his son to be the propitiation for our sins.” 1 John 4:10IllustrationWrong camper storyWhy My Mom Won't Drink Mountain Dew by Brad Ruggles 12 posted on August 12, 200851 CommentsPOSTED IN: Childhood Memories, Completely CrazyIf you've known me long enough or had the chance to stay up late at night swapping stories with me, you'll eventually hear this one. It's probably one of the most embarrassing, stupid, least-thought-out things I did as a kid.My parents went out for dinner and left my brother and I at home. We were boys so there was all the usual wrestling and goofing around but after an hour or so we got bored.I went to the fridge to see what was in there and saw a half-empty bottle of Mountain Dew. As only a 10-year-old whose brain hadn't caught up to his body could think of, I had an idea for a prank. What if I emptied the bottle and filled it back up with pee! (you can see why I stay up at night worrying about what my kids are going to do when they get older)I put the top back on the bottle and put it back in the fridge. I heard my parents come home and ran upstairs listening over the balcony and snickering to myself. I waited for a few minutes until I heard the refrigerator door open.The next thing I heard was my mom spitting and running to the bathroom to throw up. As with many of our pranks as kids, I hadn't completely thought this one through. To say that I was in trouble with my dad would be a bit of an understatement.When people hear that story they always ask me, What were you thinking? The simple answer? I wasn't.What was the worst thing you did to your parents as a kid?
Given the special (and extra) stress our children have been under the last year, I considered what kids, as a group, really deal with, and how that will bend as we start "returning to normal." Can we? Can they?
There are two major problems facing our kids today. Family decay and the decline of the church. In this video we will talk about preparing for and overcoming these things. If this video was a help to you please give it a THUMBS UP that encourages me! If you have found my other videos helpful, please SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL! That helps us out too. Feel free to share this with your friends.
Meet legendary NFL Running Back Darren Sproles. He carved out an illustrious 15-year career and I believe he will be a Hall of Famer in a few short years. And he only stands 5’6” tall. While I had the opportunity to train/coach Darren for 11 of his 15-years while playing for the San Diego Chargers, New Orleans Saints, and the Philadelphia Eagles, I got to know him both as a man training to be a world-class athlete and a man who prides himself on being a great father, husband, and human being as well. What’s also special about this episode is that Darren doesn’t seek out the limelight and he doesn’t do a ton of interviews, podcasts, and shows. And today you will hear why. But one thing I guarantee you is that you will feel his spirit, get ignited by his heart & soul, and you’ll be a huge “Sprolesy” fan by the end of this episode. Specifically, on today’s IMPACT SHOW, Darren and I talk about: - Retirement and what it’s like for him. - 5’6” tall; How did he get into the NFL? - What training did for Darren and why he always went so hard in the weight room. - Darren shares his fondest memories of training and his favorite workout partner. - His top NFL memories. - How he has dealt with stuttering from the age of 5 and what helps him now when he begins to stutter. - What’s next for Darren Sproles? I believe you’re going to really enjoy today’s show. Darren reveals things you probably didn’t know about him and shares what makes him tick. Additionally, he shares where his effort, discipline, sacrifice comes from and how it helped him have such a long career. Folks, I hope you enjoy this convo as much as I enjoyed sitting down with Darren and having such a deep conversation. If you enjoy it, please SHARE it. Simply snap a picture of the cover and share it on your social media, or text a link of the IMPACT Show to your favorite people. Please be sure to tag Darren and me and let us know what you think: IG/Twitter: @ToddDurkin @dsproles43 Facebook: @TodddurkinFQ10 #ToddDurkin #IMPACTShow183 #GetYourMindRight #DarrenSproles --- :20 - Who is Darren Sproles 4:55 - Retirement… Harder or Easier? 5:42 - If you raced your wife Michel, who would win? 6:35 - 5’6” and Getting Into The NFL. How did that happen? 8:14 - What did training do for you? 10:24 - Darren’s Fondest Memories of Training 12:46 - Favorite Workout Partner 14:28 - NFL Fondest Memories 16:21 - Lowest Point in Darren’s Career 17:20 - What Brings Darren The Most Joy Nowadays 17:47 - What Makes Darren the Most Uncomfortable; How he’s dealt with stuttering since age 5 and what he does now to combat it. 21:20 - Darren’s Advice for Someone Who is Not Good at Something and Challenged. 22:15 - What’s Next for Darren Sproles 24:55 - Advice for Kids Today 27:17 - What does the word IMPACT mean to Darren 29:25 - Olathe Kansas...What Does it Mean to Darren 30:33 - Darren thank you for who you are! --- Please keep your questions coming so I can highlight you on the podcast!! 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He is a previous Jack LaLanne Award winner, a 2-time Trainer of the Year, and he runs his Todd Durkin Mastermind group of top trainers and fitness pros around the globe, coaching them with business, leadership, marketing, training, and personal growth mentorship. Todd and his wife Melanie head up the Durkin IMPACT Foundation (501-c-3) that has raised over $250,000 since it started in 2013. 100% of all proceeds go back to kids and families in need. To learn more about Todd, visit www.ToddDurkin.com and www.FitnessQuest10.com. Join his fire-breathing dragons’ community and receive regular motivational and inspirational emails. Visit www.ToddDurkin.com and opt-in to receive his value-rich content. Connect with Todd online in the following places: You can listen to Todd’s podcast, The IMPACT Show, by going to www.todddurkin.com/podcast.
The privacy of the rich and famous has always been something so highly protected but yet still so violated. Our children today, on the other hand, freely give up their privacy and give the world a play-by-play of everything they do. I refer to this as self-induced Paparazzi, where children seek out validation of others through a dependency on Social Media and related apps. But how dangerous is this need to seek out validation? Tune in… REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR THE NEXT NEW GROUP COACHING COHORT THAT WILL START IN APRIL 2021. YOU CAN REGISTER AND SECURE YOUR SPOT VIA THE LINK BELOW: https://go.yourparentingpartner.com/6-week-coaching-dep-a If you would like to join my private Facebook Group, Parenting In The Thick Of It and join thousands of like-minded parents and get some support, please join me via the link below: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ParentingInTheThickOfIt FOLLOW ME ONLINE HERE: Website: https://yourparentingpartner.com/ Book: Parenting The Modern Teen: https://go.yourparentingpartner.com/parenting-the-modern-teen Parenting In The Thick Of It Family Organizer: https://parentinginthethickofit.com/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/louiseclarke.ypp Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/yourparentingpartner/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqdQ1_fC72bKutwr5EfavQA Twitter: https://twitter.com/YPPartner Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.ca/louiseclarkeyourparentingpartn/ Medium: https://medium.com/@mlouiseclarke iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/parenting-in-the-thick-of-it-with-louise-clarke/id1358492950 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3pZfkJuOlQNohr4EqA0ivR
In this episode of the podcast I interview 3 girls from the Chicagoland area. I wanted to hear from kids, rather than all the perspective of the adults to speak for the kids. It was a lot of fun and the audio quality is not the best since these 3 are sitting in the same room and talking into the mic on a computer at the same time.
The Kristian Fenix Radio Show for Monday, March 8th: ~ Doc Brown Wannabe Steals Iridium-192; Goes To Mall ~ Entertainment News ~ Silly Rabbit, This Bit Is For Kids ~ Today Years Old ~ Call-In Topic: Song You'd Be OK Never Hearing Again ~ The Future Is Doomed ~ This Day In History ***License to use music contained in this program was issued by ASCAP (License #: 400009234) and BMI (License#: 60993608) for use by Fenix Media, Sparks, NV.
Growing up today is not what used to be 50, even 30 years ago. Since the advent of the internet, cell phones, and social media, the way in which kids spend their time has changed dramatically. As a result, parents have had to adapt when it comes to parenting style leading to a generation of kids that have been overly-sheltered and coddled.Now, it's still a complex topic. Arguably, when raising kids in the past, parents were too little involved in their children's activities and whereabouts. With parents being more mindful of their kid's doings, perhaps children today are less likely to get into trouble. There are definitely pros to parents being involved in their children's life, but just how much is too much? And are today's children and teens benefiting from this style of helicopter parenting? Those are just some of the questions Josh and Stephanie attempt to answer in today's episode.If you're interested in checking out, Josh's book, click this link. Also, if you're interested in checking out the Esquire article referenced in the episode, click this link here.We would love to hear your opinion! Do you think kids today are too coddled? Or do you think it's better for their development? If you have any thoughts on today's topic, don't hesitate to shoot an email using the link below.If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review? It takes hardly any time at all, and it really makes a difference in helping to spread the word.To keep updated, feel free to sign up for the newsletter at joshsbaker.com. I also post on Facebook (@sharedexps), Instagram (@sharedexps), and Tik Tok (@sharedexps)If you have questions that you'd like answered on the podcast, you can reach out via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get your vote in for your favorite DearSis episode before Febraury 28th!!! Go to DearSis.world and cast your vote! This week, MJ reviews the 2021 Superbowl, smashes catfishing, renders her verdict on today's kids, and offers up her advice about online dating.
There are some things that we did as kids that kids these days will never understand or get to experience. Creating answering machine messages. Blowing the dust out of our video games. Waiting a week for the next episodes. Smoking sections of restaurants. Making posters for presentations. Shopping at some of our childhood favorite stores. And loads more.... Take a trip down memory lane. And share with us the things you loved or hated that kids won't. even. know. about! email@example.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jeff-vale/support
Guests Ally Ferrieria and the hilarious Richie Scotti, a modern entertainer with a truly classic sensibility join Ex-Exterminator Comedian Larry Izzo for a light-deep conversation filled with laughs (and some bugs and rodents). You feel like you know these three as they show the funny side of some of life's more challenging moments, and of course Larry never lets you forget what SUKS about the kids today.
‘The Evening Edge with Todd' airs every weeknight from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. and is LIVE and LOCAL. Topics include the kinds of stories friends might chat about over dinner or drinks: family, work, annoying neighbors, odd news, celebrity meltdowns, and lots of local stuff.
Years ago I inverted the pyramid and promoted the best salespeople to become the branch leaders. The existing branch leaders were shuffled around to new branches and they provided the grey hair and the credibility needed by the older rich clientele, but didn't have responsibility for driving revenues anymore. They were moved because if they had stayed in the same branch, they would have undermined the authority of these “upstarts” recently promoted. The revenue generation responsibility was shifted from guys in their 50s to a 60/40 mix of younger guys and gals, taking the average age down to 35 years of age. It was a revolution in Japanese retail banking. Not all made the transition from selling to leading but most did. This was the American Dream brought to Japan. In this brave new world, a young woman could become a branch head at the age of 35. That was previously unimaginable. The impact on recruiting talented, bright kids out of the best universities was profound. We were bringing on board young people who were incredible and they chose us over the bigger more powerful competition, because they saw a new future here in Japan for themselves that hadn't existed before. There were many reasons for instituting this revolutionary change, but one of them was the generational divide between the older male branch leaders and the younger people they were responsible for. Like me, they had all grown up under the tough love school of boss supervision. When this is how you were raised in business, it is extremely hard to break free of that and try something unfamiliar and different. The intentions are always good and were to make the younger staff better. The issue had become the style of communication to achieve that. Straight talk, for many in my generation, means tons of critique, criticism and maybe even verbal abuse. That is what we got from our bosses, so we are passing it on down the generations. The younger people today though have a lot more options than we had. They have compliance systems, staff surveys of bosses and a fundamental change in societal attitudes working in their favour. The demographic decline in the numbers of young people means there is a strident war for talent going on, as companies try their best to find enough young people to hire. The young are a finite resource in a sea of strong demand. That changes the power equation substantially from when I was a kid. We were all assured we were quite disposable. In the modern era, criticism has to be replaced with words of encouragement. Bosses have to adjust their expectations. This sounds simple, but it is confronting. I remember once calling one of my younger staff and I left a message to call me back. There had been some internal staffing changes and I wanted to assure them that everything would be fine. I also wanted to gauge how they were was feeling about the changes. No call back, but later I did see a text message to my phone that said they were “not mentally ready to speak with me yet”. I don't know about you, but for someone brought up on tough love, that statement seemed so soft, indulgent, entitled, namby-pamby, no guts and divorced from reality. I tell you I had fire and sparks coming out of my ears and eyes immediately I read their message. I was furious. I could never imagine I would say such a thing to the President of the company, if I were a junior employee. If the President left a phone message saying “call me back” then I would drop everything and make that call as soon as I got that message. We lead a different generation today. In their mind, there was no problem with brushing off the President, because they weren't ready to have that conversation. I eventually spoke with the staff member and accommodated some concerns they had and all was good and resolved - for them. I wasn't resolved though. Maybe I should have just left it, but I couldn't. I had to address their phone message to me. This person was talented and I didn't want to lose them, so I knew I was walking on a tightrope. My tough love upbringing had their “immature, naïve, stupid, unacceptable” comments stuck firmly in my craw. I told them quietly, calmly but firmly, that if they ever got another message from me to call me back, then they should do so pronto. If they couldn't manage that, then they should find another President to work for. They could do that easily by the way, because they are in the zone of high talent demand. Where do we draw the line today though? I know the way I was raised in business wasn't the most ideal and that I am a hangover from a bygone era, but I am still here and still leading. How much crap do we have to put up with from this younger generation? I would guess a whole lot more, certainly more than we anticipate or want. There is no finite answer, but clearly our method of communication is going to have to change. It has to become much more nuanced than anything we ever experienced from our bosses. I will try to keep Principle #17 in my mind, “Try honestly to see things from the other person's point of view”. Also, Principle #8, “Talk in terms of the other person's interests”. And I will definitely follow Principle #1, “Don't criticise, condemn or complain”. If I can keep the fire and sparks within me from burning the whole thing down, then there may be hope for me yet.
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We not teen parents anymore, instead we have teenagers ourselves. How do we handle the things we know their going through but not telling us? Should we feel guilty for their mistake? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/Meetra J/support
Sonya from Southwest Airlines didn't want to miss the 30th anniversary of our Kidd's Kids, even though we couldn't take the trip this year.. Today would be the day we would leave for Disney World, if we could.. and we aren't the only ones missing our Kidd's Kids today!
If you're like a lot of parents with school age children, you've probably spent a lot of time in 2020 juggling your career with taking care of your kids, who were off school, and then helping them with online school. Perhaps it's given you a better appreciation for what educators and people who otherwise wrangle children, go through every day. On this edition of Out to Lunch Baton Rouge, Stephanie talks with two local entrepreneurs who have built successful businesses taking care of our kids and teaching them valuable creative skills. Tessa Holloway is owner of Kidz Karousel, a Baton Rouge-based chain of childcare centers with five locations along the I-10-/I-12 corridor, and two others in the planning stages. Tessa founded the business with her husband, Derek Holloway, in 2006, opening their first location in Port Allen. In the years since, they have expanded throughout the Capital Region and into Mandeville, where they provide full-time child care services and educational programs for children ranging in age from 6 weeks to 5 years old. Kidz Karousel also provides before-school and after-school care services for kids aged 6 to 12, as well as holiday care and mom's day out programs. And now with the uncertainty about school and the days on/days off schedule many schools have implemented, Kidz Karousel is proving to be an invaluable resource for parents who are trying to figure out how to hold down a job and take care of their kids in the middle of a pandemic. Joy Keown Bedillion is Co-Owner and Director of Grace Notes School of Music, a music school that teaches strings, piano and music composition to students from throughout Baton Rouge. Joy is a professional cellist who plays with the Baton Rouge Symphony Orchestra. She came to Baton Rouge in the mid-2000s to get her MFA in music from LSU, and never left. Initially, Joy started teaching cello lessons at Grace Notes to earn a little extra money at the then recently-opened school, in 2007. When Grace Notes' founder relocated out of state a couple of years later, Joy bought the business and has since grown it into a multi-instrument music school with a faculty of 13 teachers and classes and camps year-round. Photos from this show by Jill Lafleur are at our website. Here's a conversation with another Baton Rouge music educator, Jacques Hopkins, who can teach you to play piano in 21 days. And here's a glimpse into the mindset of educators and economics at the outset of the pandemic. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Have enough of the real world this week? Ep 59 leaves no child behind as we discuss how being a kid is different today. Music not suited for a younger audience and remembering the toys we miss! Thanks, Friends!
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Today we talk about the divide amongst the kids of today and the kids of yester-year. Song Intro: q the music - eclectic https://soundcloud.com/qthemusicc/eclectic-3 Song Outro: monte booker - wah https://soundcloud.com/montebooker/wah
Jessica Kaiser joins me today as we have some real talk about how we can support our children today. They are dealing with things we never would have imagined for them today. Communication is different and the importance of it the same as it was many years ago. Jessica Kaiser is a masters level clinician and has had over 20 years of experience in the mental health field. She has worked in a variety of settings from inpatient psychiatric hospital, day hospital program for youth, therapeutic day school program. She currently work for the ministry of children and families in British Columbia, Canada and a child and youth mental health clinician. I value all that Jess is sharing today and I know you will find value in all that she shares. More and more change is happening and the way that our children communicate with themselves is so different and all that is coming at them can lead to a challenge and to much overwhelm. Join us today. ------Like this episode, please write me a 5 Star Review. Join me on FB at my Podcast Tribe Page. Juggling the Chaos of Recovery Podcast TribeInterested in Shaklee products? Learn more and purchase here!Over on Instagram as Green Gorski On Linked IN : Moyra Gorski Want to be a guest on this podcast and share your story? Follow this link. https://gorskiwellness.as.me/podcastguestI look forward to connecting with you.
An organically long and rambling session. Joined by Weffy, we discuss the differences between the generations, the ongoing challenges of sports during COVID, and the problems with Vince McMahon. And we entertain some nominees for The Hated and The Sainted.And all kinds of other, unrelated crap. Not a very tight session, but boy was it a whole lot of fun!!!
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Marianne Franzese reacted to the murder of George Floyd with horror, grief and sadness. It literally made her cry. When her grown children saw this, they called her out. “Stop crying. What are you doing about it?” Indeed. Most of us were raised to feel the feelings, have empathy, and care for others. But we were not encouraged to get angry, speak out, or disrupt the status quo. Luckily we still have time to grow. But, we have to be willing to be called out by others, especially our children. So this week we sat down with Marianne Franzese and her daughter Lili Chasen to have an inter-generational conversation about our role in the fight against racism. According to Lili, our number one task is to get uncomfortable. This is not easy for us. The pull for equilibrium and people pleasing is strong. But for too long we have been silent and complicit in a racial system that deprives and oppresses black men and women. As Lili states, “white silence kills.” It’s time to grow a thicker skin, move past our social conditioning, and build stamina for disruption. It’s time to have those difficult conversations. Evolution is intergenerational. We need to know our history and the history of our ancestors. We have to be challenged on our present day perspectives by the generations that follow us. And then we collectively step forward into a new future, with new leaders, new roles and new rules. Kids today. They’ll save us all. Twisting the plot. The ideas and suggestions that Lili shares on this podcast are informed by the following black leaders: Ericka Hart Monique Melton Rachel Cargle Robin DiAngelo Please follow them and educate yourselves.
Maybe you should, but you just don't. Annnnd...now you feel guilty, and then angry because you're guilty. Now what? If we're honest, we've all been there—so let's talk about it. You're not alone; we're here to help. We believe that You Can Do This, even on days like today.
Gen X Gamers Podcast takes a turn into the world of parenting. With parental veterans Chris Fuhriman and Jack Kingsford (four kids each), we dive into a discussion about gaming effects on youth and how to regulate your kids' gaming. My guest hosts are funny, quick and provide excellent insight into this topic. Whether you have kids or not, its an interesting listen and we invite you to tune in. Come join all our links and the community at genxgamers.us!
We love having our mental flashbacks to childhood. We're practically 90s babies, so we had a fun time reflecting on things from the 90s. Listen in to see if we shared something you remember, that kids today wouldn't know about. Thanks for tuning in.Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/Mooretimecoffee)
This week Trevin B fills in for Mandy. Candy & Trevin jump into the topic about kids today in the newer generation and how it is completely different from when they were growing up. They read Tea Sipper emails and comments about social media, technology, and so much more. Follow Trevin B on instagram @trevin_fm and on Facebook @fiestamaiden
There's no question that parenting has been difficult for every generation-- but has it always been this difficult? I'll admit, my dreams of parenthood were idealized in many ways, but I often wonder if the day will ever come that my children actually stay in their seats at dinner long enough for good conversation and connection. I wonder if their big emotions and high energy will continue to affect our everyday lives, or if we will be able to have memorable outings that don't require quite so much emotional energy with managing expectations and refereeing. Katherine Reynolds Lewis (http://katherinerlewis.com) , an award-winning journalist and certified parent educator, had the same questions as she raised her own strong-willed children. The more she looked around at other parents and children, the more she realized that she wasn't alone--kids today just seemed to be harder, even though parents devote more time and energy to their children than in any other generation. This seeming epidemic of strong-willed kids with difficult behavior is the reason that she embarked on writing her book, (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1610398386/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1610398386&linkCode=as2&tag=3in30podcast-20&linkId=da8d22502d6fe013789240c822ad0dd9) . After years of incredibly detailed research, Katherine found there are three overarching reasons why kids today have less ability to regulate their emotions, thoughts, and behaviors: The decline in unstructured play and outdoor time. The growth of media and technology . The increased focus on achievement and performance, instead of character and contribution. In this episode, Katherine unpacks each of these areas and gives suggestions for what we as modern parents can do about it. And don't forget to come back next week for part two of this super interesting discussion! Show Notes Katherine Reynolds Lewis’ website: katherinerlewis.com (https://www.katherinerlewis.com/) Katherine Reynolds Lewis’ Instagram: @katherinereynoldslewis (https://www.instagram.com/katherinereynoldslewis/) Katherine Reynolds Lewis’ book: The Good News About Bad Behavior: Why Kids Are Less Disciplined Than Ever-- and What To Do About It (https://amzn.to/2WmNWht) We are so grateful for our 3 in 30 Sponsors! Thanks to Jill from (https://www.j-coterie.com) , our fifth and final sponsor from my Declutter Your Motherhood Workshop in Utah. Get 20% off your order through 6/30 with the code 3in30!