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Burns, Surbhi, and Raymond discuss "Chicken Blood" parenting and television's controversial new reality show 'The Activist'. Check out our MERCH ► https://www.wisecrack.store/ Send us topics to binge! Leave us a voicemail: +1 (213) 534-8807 Leave us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow Us on Twitter! @surbhipatel22 (Surbhi) @michaeloburns (Michael) @creamatoria (Raymond) Other Wisecrack Podcasts! Show Me the Meaning!: https://wscrk.com/302c9Zl Respect Our Authoritah!: https://wscrk.com/respect The Squanch: https://wscrk.com/squanch
Jen of This Time of Mine shares 10 alternatives to yelling for parents. This is part 2 of 2. Episode 1090: [Part 2] Do This, Not That: 10 Alternatives to Yelling by Jen of This Time of Mine on Compassionate Parenting Jen is a busy mom to four energetic kids and between taking care of them, running the household and trying to keep up with everything else she does and enjoys, she's often found herself fantasizing about the moment she can finally sit down for the night. But through it all, she's found that she's happiest when she's intentional in her approach. And even though it's not always easy, she knows when she parents and lives her life on purpose, that's when she can make the biggest difference for her children. She founded This Time Of Mine to use as a platform to teach as many parents as will listen. She wants to meet you where you are and help you fall in love with parenting all over again. Because she knows how hard it can be. She also knows that when we learn to parent and live with intention, we can create more good times than bad. We can help our children WANT to do what's right. And we can become the role model that walks along beside them. The original post is located here: https://thistimeofmine.com/10-powerful-alternatives-to-yelling/ Upstart considers your income and current employment to find you a smarter rate for your loan. Find out how they can lower your monthly payments today when you go to Upstart.com/ORD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting
@Jamie Alter & @Vedant Rusty talk on topics ranging from Cricket to Parenting and everything in between. Jamie grew up in India as a 4th generation American and yes, that makes him an Indian. He is a cricket journalist, actor, YouTuber and a ‘Gora Indian'. His father, Tom Alter was a well-known actor who has worked with the likes of Satyajit Ray and Rajesh Khanna. He was known as ‘Blue-eyed saheb with impeccable Hindi' as his Hindi was as good as a UP resident, if not better. #jamiealter #storieswithrusty #podcast Follow the podcast for more such conversations with people from all walks of life. __ In this video (with TL;DR): Intro // 00:00 Life in lockdown // 01:29 Jamie and Rusty share their personal experiences about the lockdowns in 2020 and 2021 Introduction to Jamie // 04:25 Jamie introduces himself. Joining YouTube recently, he also shares the ‘bhaichara' and the love he has received from this closely-knit youtube community Jamie & India's Love for cricket // 07:52 Being a true Indian, the love for cricket runs in his veins. He talks about his introduction to cricket and how he made a career out of it. If you also wish to share your gyaan in cricket and other sports with the rest of the world, check out http://mytwocentsindia.com, founded by him Cricket journalism over the years // 14:25 Jamie has noticed a very big difference in 2008 and 2021 in sports journalism. “Tell me one channel, Hindi or English, which does regular shows on Cricket,” he asks Vedant. “The more important thing now is to report on the food in Jadeja's cricket,” Jamie shares disheartenedly while talking about why he left mainstream media. He also talks about monopolies and the role of social media in cricket reporting Switching careers to acting // 25:26 Visiting movie sets, theatres, veteran actors was what fascinated Jamie with that world. Being a son of a well-known actor also had its influence. He also shares his experience of acting in Afsos and how the pandemic derailed his future plans. With multiple deals and projects lined up, he is excited to try something new and start a new chapter in his life. Additionally, he shares his philosophy on ‘taking risks in life Jamie Alter on Creating content // 37:57 Jamie loves his new lifestyle. Being his own boss and doing whatever he wants to do and the choice of saying n0. He takes viewers' feedback seriously and tries to make videos which his viewers want to see. Reaction from colleagues, the role of family and life advice // 41:42 “Ye kaise kiya?” This is the question he is usually asked by his colleagues. “Kitna kama lete ho?”. Jamie also bursts the myth that being a creator on Youtube is a very lavish professional. He also shares lifestyle changes he has made. “Kisi bhi cheez ki saal-bhar membership mat lena” he advises the viewers. When asked how important family in the context of taking risks and leaving your comfort zone, he says, “Huge, Absolutely huge!” without blinking an eye. Jamie and Vedant agree on the fact that risk-taking should be influenced by an individual's situation, context and backing. Criticism and having a positive outlook to the future // 51:26 Jamie has been told that he has a very positive attitude. One reason for his positiveness, he believes, is that he has nothing between his ears. He believes that there is no point crying over spilt milk. He finds it annoying when people call him privileged or not Indian and drag his father's name through the mud as that is far from the truth. Life after becoming a parent // 57:47 Future of Jamie Alter // 01:00:53 --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/vedant-rusty/message
Season 4, Episode 3 Is Motivation More than a Feeling? Planner Lifestyle Podcast host Jessica McWilliams with guest Chanelle Neilson Topics: How to inform yourself about your motivations before you plan Ask a simple but difficult question, “What do I want?” Taking a “future view” inspired by Dan Gilbert's Future Self Ted Talk Motive is the root word of motivation. How a conflict between motive and willpower can feel like a break down When to design unique tasks to meet your own goals...not other peoples Wanna exercise but hate running? Don't run. Simple but true. Ways a coach can help with accountability and get to the bottom of those “easy” questions with “tough” answers. Contacts: Freebie: My best tips can be found in a quick start guide: "5 secrets to make mom life simple" Instagram @chanelleneilsoncoaching Facebook @chanelleneilsoncoaching Guest Bio: Chanelle Neilson is a life coach who helps moms with a side hustle who want to organize their day and find a balance between family and personal goals. As a mom of 5 kids, Chanelle Neilson knows that motherhood has its challenges—that's why she is passionate about helping moms simplify so they can prioritize what matters and define success for themselves. She is the former host and creator of the popular Moms Who Know Podcast and the author of Parenting with Purpose, which has been translated into Chinese. --- 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/planner-lifestyle-podcast/message
In this new, three-episode series, we unpack Lynn Lyons's big triad: Autonomy, Flexibility, and Problem Solving. These essential skills help prevent mental health issues from developing, and, of course, Lynn will tell you how to nurture them in your children.We tackle autonomy in this episode, and the important question every parent should ask: "How controlling am I with my kids?" NEW Course for Parents!Managing Anxiety in Children: A Guide for ParentsThis self-paced course covers the core tools a family needs to manage their anxiety, the same principles Lynn teaches to families in her private practice.This course includes 6 video modules from Lynn Lyons, LICSW, and 9 additional Q&A videos from Lynn and Robin of Flusterclux.What you'll get:Understand how anxiety works so that you can help manage your kids and your own.Learn what to say when anxiety shows up for you or your kids.For Kids: A special video that explains how anxiety works suitable for those ages 6 and up.Join the email list to get news on the upcoming courses for parents, teens, and kids.Follow Flusterclux on Facebook and Instagram.Follow Lynn Lyons on Twitter and Youtube.New episodes arrive Friday at 12:00AM EST.
When your child makes a mistake, you want to help them process and understand their mistake without the use of shame, punishments, or making them feel like you're disappointed in them. Harsh parenting does absolutely no favors for us or our kids, and as a parent who used to subscribe to that kind of parenting, I want to take the time to talk about this, and share how shifting my mindset towards a more conscious and connective one has done more good for my family than any punishment has. There are no shortcuts to connective parenting but I hope this episode can help you get started! Episode Highlights: Why it's problematic for kids to worry over their parent's reaction more than the actual mistake Punishments impede our kids' ability to think properly How conscious parenting can change you and your family's life for the better Check out my Peace and Parenting resources: Linktree @peaceandparenting Season 1, Episode 1: Connection One-on-One Private Parenting Sessions Thanks to Hand in Hand Parenting, I managed to create a major shift in my parenting that allowed me to create a better connection with my daughters. That's why I've become an affiliate partner of Hand in Hand Parenting. Purchasing their products using my affiliate link gives you the tools to learn the essence of parenting while also directly supporting this podcast at no extra cost to you. -- Enjoy today's episode? Please share this episode with a friend and subscribe to the show to get notified on the latest episodes. Support this podcast through my partnership with Hand in Hand Parenting. Find useful parenting material and the Booklets I discuss in the show? Click Here. Are you a coach, or online course creator? Have an email list you communicate with often? Do you have a website? Kajabi can be your home for all of these and so much more Click here and explore all Kajabi has to offer while supporting the Peace and Parenting Podcast with no extra cost to you. Follow Peace and Parenting Instagram @peaceandparenting Facebook @peaceandparentingla LinkedIn @Michelle Kenney M.Ed Peace and Parenting Facebook Group Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Podcasts
Join me in today's episode with Andrew Reiner, Author of "Better Boy, Better Men" on a discussion about a new kind of masculinity that doesn't hurt or force men to "be a man" and suppress emotions and put on a stoic mask and how parents can help shy kids and teenagers. In Better Boys, Better Men, cultural critic and New York Times contributor Andrew Reiner argues that men today are working on an outdated model of masculinity, which prevents them in moments of distress and vulnerability from marshalling the courage, strength, and resiliency—the very characteristics we regularly champion in men—they need to thrive in a world vastly different from the ones their fathers and grandfathers grew up in. According to Reiner, this outdated model of manhood can have devastating effects on the entire culture and, especially boys and men, from falling behind in the classroom and rising male unemployment rates to increased levels of depression and disturbing upticks in violence on a mass scale. Reiner interviews boys and men of all ages, educators, counselors, therapists, and physicians throughout the United States to better understand what factors are preventing the country's boys and men from developing the emotional resiliency they need. He also introduces readers to the boys and men at the vanguard of a new masculinity that empowers them to find and express the full range of their humanity. - Grab Andrew's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Better-Boys-Men-Masculinity-Resiliency-ebook/dp/B07X8HR3KF*************************Check out my step by step, day by day, 45-day 9-week affordable online course to rewire your mind and transform social anxiety - markmetry.com/program
We all have received messages throughout our lives, whether subtly or blatantly, that have contributed to the presence of our inner critic.You know who she is - that voice inside your head that tells you you're not a good mom or your too fat or any other number of false messages.It's time to recognize that the beliefs we may have in our head aren't always true - and we need to stop believing them and silence that inner critic that holds us back from being our best selves.
Today, my good friend Kara Powell, Executive Director the of the Fuller Youth Institute, joins me on The Way Home podcast. Fuller Youth Institute is a great resource, and Kara has been such a great voice in helping us think through spiritual formation in our kids. Her brand new book, “3 Big Questions That Change…
I recently discovered that several people on my father's side of the family suffer from dementia, so I'm preparing for the possibility that I may develop dementia or Alzheimer's. I'm doing research to better understand dementia, applying for long-term care insurance coverage, and researching how I can remain healthier longer. I'm handling this possibility with optimistic realism.
A crazy weekend led to Michael and Lori recording later in the week than usual, but they pulled off an episode. They talk about sibling rivalries and how they have dealt with them in the Lavigne home.
This week, we are joined by the incredible Dani Schaffer, also known as City Girl Gone Mom. Dani is a teacher turned blogger and a mom of four. Her youngest son, Brody, also known as Boss Baby Brody has gained incredible recognition through his dancing videos on the internet and through his infectious spirit. In this episode we discuss the different layers of gender norms, building an empire on the internet through authentic connection, and of course, how Brody and his family show up on the internet as some of the realest people we've ever come across. Be sure to shop the LWP x Boss Baby Brody collaboration bracelets available now on Little Words Project! Important Times3:58 - Dani as a city girl6:23 - Dani's intro8:06 - Brody's rise to popularity11:04 - Raising Brody/a discussion on gender norms in society16:57 - Brody's perception of the online world/getting hate for being yourself19:56 - How the older kids are affected by Brody's fame28:52 - Parenting advice30:31 - Keeping the spark alive in marriage with kids32:23 - Breastfeeding/dealing with other people telling you how to raise your kids35:38 - Handling opinions of family members39:06 - Social media growth/keeping up with all of it42:13 - Planning as a mom/outsourcing help48:43 - Enter Brody!54:54 - What does Brody want to be when he grows up Where to find us@glowthroughitpodcast@adrianacarrig@mariahgrippoWhere to find Dani & Brody@citygirlgonemom@bossbabybrodyThe Mom Confidential PodcastShop LWP x Boss Baby Brodyhttps://littlewordsproject.com/search?q=boss+baby+brody&type=product
When you're raising a child with someone else, you're likely to disagree on how to handle situations. Sometimes when you have to make a decision about how to respond to your child, most of the energy is spent with each of you trying to convince the other why you are right and they are wrong. In this episode, you'll learn what makes it so hard to compromise in these conversations… and what you can do to get on the same page when it comes to doing what's best for your child.
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Chris and Phil discuss the many ways to enjoy popcorn. Whether its a Whirley Pop, a bag of Redenbacher, or your grandmother's Aspestos covered ceiling, this episode will make you feel like a kid again. Also included: a delicious recipe for homemade caramel.
Allison Gingras and Danielle Bean have an enlightening and encouraging conversation about how we can better empower ourselves as parents keep videos, movies, computers, and smart phones from controlling our lives. It's not easy, but there are some tricks they share, and they also offer some solutions for parents worried about how their kids are spending time online. Danielle discusses Canopy, a new tool that can block explicit content in real time. Allison shares about curating her feeds on social media to protect herself from negativity and they both talk about monitoring use and having important conversations with teens with regard to their use of cell phones and social media. Join us for an enlightening conversation! Then share your comments or questions here in the comments or email us firstname.lastname@example.org
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Bakari is joined by actress and author Gabrielle Union to talk about "not balancing" her life and living with grace instead (3:08), the difficulties that come with raising her children in the public eye (8:44), and what she learned while writing her second memoir, 'You Got Anything Stronger?' (13:46). Host: Bakari Sellers Guest: Gabrielle Union Executive Producer: Jarrod Loadholt Producer: Kaya McMullen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Episode 107: Promoting Reading In Children With Learning Disabilities With Guest Dr. Maria Cleary In this episode, Dr. Maria Cleary discusses reading literacy and and the importance of continuing to read throughout childhood. Her daughter was showing learning delays when she was young and was found to have left-brain hemiatrophy. Her daughter did well in special education classes in public school until middle school, when things started to change. She started to notice that things were different for her socially. She then went to a special education school, which her daughter loved. As she got older, there weren't any books that were at her reading level, and she stopped reading. Dr. Cleary searched for something, but couldn't find anything for her daughter. Reading is so important because a huge percentage of kids with learning disabilities drop out of school and many are unemployed. Reading affects their success as adults. There has been no improvement in any grade level in reading since 2017 in the USA. By the time you reach middle school, if you stop reading, the neurons that support reading start dying and you start losing your ability to read. Reading is the single factor that leads to life success. Readeezy Email 1 Email 2 Facebook Twitter Instagram Is The Bottom Falling Out For Readers Who Struggle The Most The Brain That Changes Itself The Brain's Way of Healing Links: Email us if you have any questions or ideas! We are now on instagram! Check out updates on our website. Follow Thriving on Twitter. Check us out on Facebook! We are also on Pinterest! Please subscribe to our podcast in the iTunes store, or wherever you find your podcasts, Leave us a 5-star review, to help us know what you like and what you don't like, and to make sure other like-minded people find support through this podcast. Show Music: Intro Outro: Intro Outro 2 by Mattias Lahoud under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Theme Song: 90s rock style by monkeyman535 under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Self Care Song: Green and Orange No Water by Duncan Alex under CC-BY 3.0 License (www.freesound.org) Hosted by: Jessica Temple and Lewis Temple Disclaimer: Our show is not designed to provide listeners with specific or personal legal, medical, or professional services or advice. Parents of children with health issues should always consult their health care provider for medical advice, medication, or treatment. Copyright 2021 Jessica Temple
Parenting is a challenge. There are inevitable conflicts that pop up as a result of parenting in a fallen world. In today's episode, Paul is going to give 7 more principles to help you in your parenting journey. To listen to the first 7 principles, check out The Paul Tripp Podcast episode 215. If you've been enjoying The Paul Tripp Podcast, please leave us a review! Your review helps us reach more people with the transforming power of the gospel.
How To Make Parenting Simple!#1 Define Your Role! One of the things that makes parenting harder that it needs to be is Not knowing your role!If you don't know what your role, or purpose, is as a parent, everything feels like a battle. When you don't define your parenting role, you get tossed from one roll to the other. It's hard to be intentional when you don't know what your role is. #2 Only Focus on What YOU Can Control.One of, if not THE, most powerful things you can do as a parent is to shift your focus from what you cannot control to what you CAN control. One of the things that makes parenting hard is trying to control things outside of your control. When we focus on things outside of our control, we waste a lot of effort on something that is outside of our control. It's exhausting because nothing changes. Things you might be focusing on that are OUTSIDE of your control:Your teen's behavior,Their grades,Their decisions,Their thoughts and feelings,Their results/consequences.Things you could focus on that are WITHIN your control: How you think, How you feel, How you act, Your ways of BEing. Parenting is much more simple when you only have to worry about what you can actually control. #3 Make Your Personal Growth the Priority Rather than Your Teen's Personal Growth. Most parents focus on the growth, or more accurately their perceived lack of growth, with their teen. If you're like most parents, you've done this too, and you've been frustrated or disappointed with the growth.Instead, focus on your own personal growth. Make that your priority. You can't change, fix, or control your teen, BUT . . . . . . When you make your own personal growth a priority, you will have a more intentional and positive impact on your teen. When we focus on others' personal growth, or lack there of, we cannot focus on our own personal growth. We cannot focus on two things at once. Make your own personal growth a priority. BONUS #1 Choose Love!It sounds overly simple, but what if it really is just this simple? CHOOSE LOVE!What if loving your teen was your ONLY job? Wouldn't that make your job easier?Love is always an option when it comes to you and your teen. Love is a simple choice with no down side. BONUS #2 Trust Yourself 100%The other day I was on a group coaching call in the Impact Parenting Program, and I was talking about BEing a "perfect" parent.Someone told me that they would never use the example of a perfect parent because there is so much shame around whether or not you are perfect. I get it, "mom guilt" and "dad shame" are a thing, but THEY ARE OPTIONAL! What if you believed that you were the PERFECT parent? How would you feel? How would you act? How would you BE?This might sound boastful, BUT . . . . . . I believe that I am the PERFECT dad for my family. I know tons of people who would disagree. They might say, "Ben SUCKS! He's the worst dad I've ever seen."Call to ACTION!Come join my FREE Ask Me Anything YES! I WANT IN!!
Celebrating my 43rd wedding anniversary makes others ask for the secret of a blessed union. One of the most asked questions is how to maintain a long and joyful marriage. Today's episode focuses on six practical steps to deepen marriage and create joy that can only come from the Lord. https://www.terrihitt.com/transcriptions/live-with-eternal-perspective-podcast-episode-087-secrets-to-a-joyful-marriage
Jen of This Time of Mine shares 10 alternatives to yelling for parents. This is part 1 of 2. Episode 1089: [Part 1] Do This, Not That: 10 Alternatives to Yelling by Jen of This Time of Mine on Compassionate Parenting Jen is a busy mom to four energetic kids and between taking care of them, running the household and trying to keep up with everything else she does and enjoys, she's often found herself fantasizing about the moment she can finally sit down for the night. But through it all, she's found that she's happiest when she's intentional in her approach. And even though it's not always easy, she knows when she parents and lives her life on purpose, that's when she can make the biggest difference for her children. She founded This Time Of Mine to use as a platform to teach as many parents as will listen. She wants to meet you where you are and help you fall in love with parenting all over again. Because she knows how hard it can be. She also knows that when we learn to parent and live with intention, we can create more good times than bad. We can help our children WANT to do what's right. And we can become the role model that walks along beside them. The original post is located here: https://thistimeofmine.com/10-powerful-alternatives-to-yelling/ Upstart considers your income and current employment to find you a smarter rate for your loan. Find out how they can lower your monthly payments today when you go to Upstart.com/ORD Please Rate & Review the Show! Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com and in The O.L.D. Facebook Group Join the Ol' Family to get your Free Gifts Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting
Aby Rinella shares her testimony and the story of how God has worked in her life for HIS glory! In this very special four-part "meet the cast" series you get to know Yvette Hampton and Aby Rinella, host and co-host of the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast. If you plan to meet Yvette and Aby in Hebron, KY on September 23rd, please fill out this form: Meet up with Yvette and Aby! Support Schoolhouse Rocked Has Schoolhouse Rocked been a blessing to you? We need your help! Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to support Schoolhouse Rocked. Support from the homeschool community allows us provide resources and encouragement to homeschooling families around the world. Whether or not you can donate, we ask that EVERY listener support the show by sharing it with your friends and family, by leaving a review on iTunes, and by praying for our team. Watch this full conversation on our YouTube channel. Aby Rinella is homeschool mom to three, writer, speaker, and director of her local homeschool support group. She is a board member of her state homeschool organization and the co-host of the Schoolhouse Rocked podcast. Aby writes and speaks to encourage and inspire women to live the life they were designed to live, to train up their children in God's Word, and to stand on truth in a culture that has lost its foundation. Aby and her husband, Jesse, write for outdoor publications, as well as run a non-profit, Called Beyond, that takes families impacted by disability on outdoor adventures. Read more from Aby at CalledToTheTop.com. Listen to Aby explain WHY she homeschools. Scripture References: Philippians 4:6-7 (ESV) Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God. And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Psalm 46:10 (ESV) “Be still, and know that I am God. I will be exalted among the nations, I will be exalted in the earth!” The Lord of hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress. Selah The Holy Bible, English Standard Version. ESV® Text Edition: 2016. Copyright © 2001 by Crossway Bibles, a publishing ministry of Good News Publishers. If you are considering homeschooling or just need some great homeschooling encouragement, please check out HomegrownGeneration.com for over 9 hours of FREE homeschool videos from the Homegrown Generation Family Expo. New, lower price! FULL ACCESS to the Homegrown Generation Family Expo is just $10! Please take a minute to visit our sponsors and thank them for helping to bring you The Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast. We ONLY work with companies we know and love! We happily recommend these companies and their products. Are you looking for a new Math Curriculum? CTCMath specializes in providing online video tutorials that take a multi-sensory approach to learning. Creative graphics and animation, synchronized with the friendly voice of internationally acclaimed teacher, Pat Murray, make learning math easy and effective. Visit CTCmath.com today to start your free trial today. The Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) equips teachers and teaching parents with methods and materials which will aid them in training their students to become confident and competent communicators and thinkers. Using the Structure and Style™ writing method, IEW will give you the ability to fill young minds with language-building skills, laying the groundwork for a lifetime of excellent writing. Classical Conversations leads the home-centered education movement by teaching parents and students the classical tools of learning so that they can discover God's created order and beauty. Share the love of learning through a Christian worldview and fellowship with other families. Our families thrive using three keys to a great education: Classical, Christian, and Community. Podcast Topics: Yvette Hampton, Testimony, Aby Rinella, Salvation, Marriage, Motherhood, Teaching, Teacher, Homeschool, Education, Parenting, Family, Parenting, Teens, Biblical, Christian Parenting, Cast and Crew, Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution, Homeschool Movie, Homeschool Documentary
Dave Wilson, co-host of FamilyLife Today, reveals some of his greatest parenting mistakes and shares how he experienced God's grace in the midst of them. Show Notes and Resources Find resources from this podcast at https://shop.familylife.com/Products.aspx?categoryid=130. Download FamilyLife's new app! https://www.familylife.com/app/ Check out all that's available on the FamilyLife Podcast Network. https://www.familylife.com/familylife-podcast-network/
FULL SHOW NOTES with links on BalancingCultures.com/episode-57/ ….. Episode 57: Parenting Non-Binary – Balancing Religious Upbringing, Feminist Values, Military Family & Being an LGBT Ally ….. Parenting is hard work. It's not just the endless to do lists; It's the exhausting confrontation of who we are, how we grew up, and what controls our decision making. It's also the concerns we have about the world and how we prepare our kids to be a part of it. Callie knows these challenges very well. She is the mom of a non-binary child but her story does not start there. In this episode, we talk about the evangelical culture she grew up in, how she confronted her upbringing by embracing feminism, how feminism fits into her life as a military spouse and how she channels her mix of midwestern values and feminism into parenting a non-binary child (yeah – it's a good story). --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/balancingcultures/message
Political journalist Eric Garcia discusses the many myths surrounding autism, why the right terminology is important, and how we can strike a balance between giving autistic people support to function in a neurotypical world and respecting who they are as individuals. His new book is We're Not Broken: Changing the Autism Conversation.
Janice's mornings are fraught with battles with her strong-willed 3 year old. Janice has learned that the only way to get Emily out the door is to bribe her with M&Ms. Emily has learned that too. She knows just what to do to get rewarded. The expectation that a young child will cooperate with being rushed out the door sets up a dynamic of resistance and anger. This episode offers a shift in perspective so that Emily can eventually want to cooperate. And Janice can get out of the trap of doing what “works” right now and setting up the slippery slope.Bonnie Harris, MS.Ed., director of Connective Parenting, 30+ years of coaching, teaching, and writing for parents. Website: bonnieharris.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgBooks: When Your Kids Push Your Buttons (workbook available) Confident Parents, Remarkable Kids: 8 Principles for Raising Kids You'll Love to Live With Audio BooksThe Buttons Audio Course Counseling/CoachingAll books and audiobooks can be purchased here: https://bonnieharris.com/shop/Produced, mixed, and scored by Echo Finch www.echofinch.com
Sarah Grandinetti, Access Consciousness certified facilitator and international speaker, joins Susanna to discuss a different way of parenting. Grandinetti's different approach to experiences has helped people with creating a different paradigm with their kids.Listen to Susanna and Grandinetti discuss their personal experiences with their children and how they have learned to parent that is helping their children find what realities are possible for them. What else is possible with parenting?On today's podcast: Are you letting your kid(s) choose? What is this choice creating? If a child was born into a world where wrong wasn't a reality, what type of world would they have? How long do you have to sit with ‘I'm so wrong and bad'? What can I change for my kid(s) that will no longer make them be affected by the situation? Do you know how ____ you are? How are you changing the world today that you have not yet acknowledged?
Jefferson Bethke is a New York Times-bestselling author and speaker who has written five books. In 2012, Bethke's YouTube video, “Why I Hate Religion, But Love Jesus,” went viral and has since received more than 34 million views. After the video, he decided to write the book “Jesus > Religion,” which would go on to become a New York Times bestseller. His latest book, "Take Back Your Family: From the Tyrants of Burnout, Busyness, Individualism, and the Nuclear Ideal" released September 7, 2021. On this episode of the podcast, we talk to Jefferson Bethke about his new book, parenting like a coach and involving his kids in sports. --- Receive our 10-day Sports Spectrum Devotional written by professional athletes for FREE when you sign up for our Sports Spectrum Weekly Email Newsletter. Sign up here.
Licensed mental health counselor and author Jill Sylvester discusses strategies and tips, along with trusting your own inner voice, to live your very best life. Today's discussion: Elevate Your Practice This New September Season
In this episode, CC & Skills discuss how they've adjusted their parenting over the years. The couple talks about how they were disciplined and why they decided to break the cycle.Just because you've been raised a certain way doesn't mean you need to carry on with it. Supporting Small Business: SKIN GLOWOLOGYWEBSITE: WWW.SKINGLOWOLOGY.COMFACEBOOK: SKINGLOWOLOGYINSTAGRAM: @SKINGLOWOLOGY
Welcome back to another episode of your favorite podcast Polar Opposites! This week we get into some Unpopular Opinions and What Would You Do Scenarios! Is divorce that big of a deal if you don't have children? Does our society embrace those that have messed up more than those who never get in trouble? Is parenting getting worse because parents don't want to discipline their children in the toxic manner they were raised in? We want to hear your thoughts on this episode! As expected, our conversation was multilayered. Send us an anonymous question by using the link below! Tell us where you're from! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSebwcH-zavRYLwvOO6Gq3tv7CmrkkqRF9Cj5uRdqENiR42MVA/viewform Tell a friend to tell a friend ! Be sure to leave a RATING/REVIEW on Apple Podcast! Thanks for listening ! FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/justin_aiiz/ FOLLOW THE PODCAST PAGE: https://www.instagram.com/polaroppositespod/ FOLLOW DONTÉ https://www.instagram.com/_donnie_f/ LEAVE A REVIEW & SEND LETTERS! If you would like a question answered on air, email us! We want to hear your feedback and offer advice on your situation! Ask away! email@example.com
Getting personal on the pod… Faith, family, pregnancy, body image. As I approach motherhood round two, I wanted to take on some of your more personal questions, so Kylie is here to lead me through a discussion of non-businessy topics. From advice on body image challenges, to where I find myself with my faith today, even what my most recent purchase was on Amazon, I'm bearing it all for you, so press play to get personal with me! GOAL DIGGER FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/goaldiggerpodcast/ GOAL DIGGER SHOWNOTES: jennakutcherblog.com/askpersonal
Super stud and funny dude Gabe Hogan (TACOMA FD) returns to the Weight Room!! He and the guys talk about hot yoga, raising healthy kids and combat sports. He and Euge also tease season 3 of TACOMA FD. They tell some fun stories and give a line up of the amazing guest stars this season! “Light Weight Baby!!” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Billy & Jenn unleash their hilarious frustrations with the various types of bad drivers on the road today, AND THEN, somehow link those to real life and the different personality approaches to living and functioning in society. “Fast & Furious” has never been so funny!_ _ _ _Official WebsiteInstagramTwitterFacebookYouTube
Kinship caregivers (primarily grandparents raising their grandchildren) are often functioning as a shadow foster care system. We talk with Josh Gupta-Kagan, a Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina School of Law and author of America's Hidden Foster Care System in the Stanford Law Review, and Karissa Phelps, a Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow at Temple Legal Aid, where she provides legal representation and services to kinship caregivers.In this episode, we cover:In many cases, child protection agencies induce parents to transfer physical custody of their children to kinship caregivers by threatening to place the children in foster care.How often does this happen?Why do you call this the “hidden” foster care system?Generally speaking, don't we consider it best practice for kids to remain with extended family? So why is this a problem? Is it inherently coercive?What are the advantages to encouraging placement with kin before they enter the formal foster care system?What are the risks?If this transfer takes place outside of the system, how long does it last? How can children go home? Who decides?How does this differ from informal kinship care?How does The Family First Prevention Services Act of 2018 contribute to the “hidden foster care system”?Do you see kinship placements increasing?What are child welfare agencies doing to support kinship families? Follow the money: Is it less expensive for agencies to place with kin rather than unrelated foster parents?How is foster care funded?What is the status of kinship navigator programs? How can we best support kinship families?What do you see as the biggest challenges to kinship families? This podcast is produced by www.CreatingaFamily.org. We are a national non-profit with the mission to strengthen and inspire adoptive, foster & kinship parents and the professionals who support them. Creating a Family brings you the following trauma-informed, expert-based content:Weekly podcastsWeekly articles/blog posts Resource pages on all aspects of family buildingPlease leave us a rating or review RateThisPodcast.com/creatingafamilySupport the show (https://creatingafamily.org/donation/)
Raise your hand if you're raising a neurodiverse child. Now, raise your hand if this experience has ever made you question your abilities as a parent. You are not alone! Even if it feels that way sometimes. When you finally talk to another parent who gets it, it can be a powerfully validating experience, which is why today's guest has created a special resource for moms raising out-of-the-box kids, where they can find support and encouragement from others who are going through the same thing. The On The Hard Days podcast and community was created by Megan Champion, a mother of three, educator of 14 years, and supporter of struggling moms everywhere. As an introvert and recovering perfectionist, she strives to unite mothers all over the world who share parenting challenges and many hard days. In this episode, Megan opens up about her own parenting challenges and why she is doing what she does. We also talk about neurodiversity, the importance of finding positives on the hard days, and continuing to thrive, even when you don't feel like you can. Tune in today to hear all this and so much more!Key Points From This Episode:Find out why Megan started a blog and then a podcast and how it has evolved over the years.She shares a bit more about her children and her journey of raising a neurodiverse child. Early signs of her son's sensory processing challenges, ADHD, anxiety, and sensitivity.How Megan struggled with knowing what was “normal” and where and how to seek help.The mental health challenges of raising neurodiverse kids that isn't often acknowledged.The importance of identifying and focusing on your child's strengths.How connecting with your children on a personal level builds trust, makes your kids feel valued, and makes you feel capable.Megan shares why she uses the term ‘out-of-the-box' for neurodiverse kids.Some strategies that have been successful for Megan's son, including medication.Why neurodiverse children often struggle with making friends at school.Professionals are amazing, but nobody knows better than you; how to advocate for your child.Learn more about Megan's podcast and her support group community, Mothers TogetherBe sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast.Brought To You By HarklaThis podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to help those with special needs live happy and healthy lives. We accomplish this through high-quality sensory products, child development courses, & The Harkla Sensory Club.Podcast listeners get 10% off their first order at Harkla with the discount code "sensory". Head to Harkla.co/sensory to start shopping now.Links Mentioned in Today's Episode:Megan Champion on InstagramOn the Hard DaysOn The Hard Days Facebook CommunityMothers Together Support Group CommunityThe Explosive ChildHarklaAll Things Sensory on InstagramAll Things Sensory on Facebook
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast, which uses the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE Q&A videos.- How can we create security for our kids before, during and after challenging transitions like school?- How can we support learning and connection when they're saying hurtful things, hurting their siblings, refusing to enter school?- How can we advocate for the needs of our kids to school so they learn to self-advocate, demand consent and know who to trust?Join us to explore these topics and more!SPIRITED KIDS CLUB small group coaching is now open for October enrollment!Join us Tuesdays at 10am PST or ️Tuesdays at 6pm PST!You'll receive:✔️4 coaching sessions with Hannah & Kelty✔️2 hrs per weekly session (recording emailed)✔️7 families to commiserate + connect with✔️LIVE Resources, discounts + more!DOORS CLOSE SOON! If you're looking for some support in showing up for your brilliant / infuriating kids, join us while there's still space! ✨ CLICK HERE to learn more and sign up!Relevant Links:- Our Freedoms Model- Our RESIST Approach- Our Shop - GUIDES + PRINTS!- Our Resources Page- Our Coaching page- Amber Okamura, Upbringing's Artist- Mary Schroeder, Upbringing's Letterer- Alex Olavarria, our producer, musician, editor + husband/brother in lawContact us! We want to hear your thoughts. We care deeply about what you think and how you're doin', so get in touch -- we're better together.Email us: firstname.lastname@example.orgFollow Upbringing on Instagram: @upbringing.coJoin us to explore topics such as: parenting, motherhood, discipline, resistance, RIE parenting, feminist parenting, toddlers, tantrums, potty training, mindful parenting, conscious parenting, evidence-based parenting, positive parenting, respectful parenting, simplicity parenting and positive discipline.