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The school choice options are endless compared to twenty years ago where Christian education alternatives such as homeschooling were viewed as unconventional and strange. More states are offering funding opportunities like education savings account programs (ESA), reallocating funds, scholarship applications, and more. Parents are rapidly turning to these school choice opportunities as public school systems secretly implement curriculums like gender support plans and indoctrinate children on the issues of sex, gender, and race. Public education systems, teachers' unions, and secular education organizations are focused on creating diversity and pluralism within the classroom rather than instruction. Angie Hoffman is the founder of The Hearth Room Schools – a Christian Montessori school launching in Kansas City, MO in September 2022. A Montessori education is a child-focused approach that Dr. Maria Montessori, an Italian physician, developed for educating children. Students interact with curriculum in a hands-on environment and work at their own pace. Montessori learning also emphasizes practical life skills. Join Chris and Christine as Angie explains what exactly a Montessori education is and debunks some of the myths and assumptions parents think of when they hear Montessori. Listen and subscribe wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts. If you enjoyed this episode, let us know! Rate the podcast and leave us a five-star review. For more information about Angie and The Hearth Room Schools, visit https://www.thehearthroomschools.org/ or follow The Hearth Room Schools on Facebook. For more information about Montessori schools and accreditation, visit American Montessori International at https://amiusa.org/school-locator/. For more information about the Herzog Foundation, visit https://herzogfoundation.com/ Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or sign-up to receive monthly email updates.
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Parenting their sons' autism, Sho Baraka and his wife Patreece felt blindsided—including a loss of dreams & sense of failure. On FamilyLife Today, Dave and Ann Wilson talk with the Barakas about how God met them in their shame. Show Notes and Resources Learn more about a Weekend To Remember. Marriage is a lifelong adventure of growing together through every age and stage of life. Resource Sale: Resources on FamilyLife Today. Checkout this week's donation offer Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify. Check out all the FamilyLife podcasts on the FamilyLife Podcast Network
Should we believe that kids' big feelings + challenging behaviors are negative, unnecessary or worrisome signs about them or us? NO! We can bravely work to see our kids' resistance as VALUABLE. Viewing our kids' big feelings + challenging behaviors as natural + a helpful way to understand their needs can allow everyone to know, feel + do better. Let kids resist! Where do you struggle when it comes to this radical concept? If you're looking for more research-informed reframes and mantras, download our new free guide for ALL of Upbringing's Keys to Show Up + Grow Up with your sensitive + strong-willed kids! We're all growing up together. Visit the website: www.upbringing.coCurious about how to align your progressive values with your daily parenting practices? Join our upcoming membership community! Show Up + Grow Up Enrollment opens Monday, August 22nd. Together, we'll: ✔️Examine how our childhoods impact our current parenting ✔️Reframe our kids + our role based on the current research✔️Learn shame-free, consent-based tools to reduce conflict✔️Share challenges + wins in community with like-minded folks ✔️Find confidence + joy alongside our sensitive, strong-willed kidsLearn more: https://www.upbringing.co/joinRelevant 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 lawVisit our website, www.upbringing.co to learn more about us and sign up for our newsletter! 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: email@example.comFollow 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.
The Break Room (FRIDAY 8/12/22) 7am Hour Includes: 1) Even though it might make people around you feel uncomfortable, it could be a memorable experience for you and your kid. 2) What's wrong with date night at Applebee's? 3) Whew! Dodged a bullet there huh, Bills fans?
In this episode, Thomas and Lysandra debunk the myth that sex gets boring the longer that you have been married. Listen in as they share how sex gets better with time and practice. To watch the full video check out our YouTube channel. To share your episode ideas, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 904-257-3062 to ask your questions and receive a reply on a future episode. For more information go to www.familymeeting.org
Today on The Breakfast Club Charlamagne, Envy and Angela chat about the recent accusations made by Kevin Federline against Britney Spears in regards to her parenting of their two children, this later leads to a discussion about white parenting. Producer Will Packer and superstar Idris Elba stop by the show as well to talk about their latest film and Idris' fear of bats. Charlamagne gives us Thursdays Donkey of The Day and positive noteSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
I think you're going to listen to this one twice. Maybe three times. I cried while editing it and I can hardly believe I got to speak with Kim John Payne a second time. Payne's newest book, Emotionally Resilient Tweens and Teens launches this week and it left me slack-jawed. Like all of Payne's other books, he covers so many pressing topics in both practical and memorable ways and then, in these conversations, he somehow is able to expound even more. In just sixty minutes we cover the crucial topic of family being a safe harbor and how as a lot of the structures of the past fall away we have to step up and strengthen the family base camp. We cover bullying - in all forms including online, exclusion, teasing, and more and the ways to coach kids through. Bullying doesn't just affect one child, it affects the entire family. We discuss "turning down the faucet" instead of spending childhood mopping up the spillage. We talk about rites of passage in other cultures and the ways in which those are related to enduring ongoing social turbulence. Payne shares a secret near the end... and it's a good one. We had the conversation and I took notes. I listened back to edit it and I took notes. It's just so good. A golden nugget of my parenting years. The things we can teach our tweens, teens and even younger children about being emotionally resilient will help us as well in our adult lives. There aren't many books I recommend having on your shelves as reference, but this is definitely one. You can purchase a copy here: https://amzn.to/3dl1Smc Sign up for a free live book launch workshop on Thursday 8/18 at 8:30 ET here: https://www.simplicityparentinginstitute.com/ertt-book-home It's free but you have to register. I'll be there too!! Learn more about Kim John Payne and all of his wonderful books here. As Kim says, "Parenting is too important to not enjoy it." https://www.simplicityparenting.com/
Season 3 drops next week! And it's so good. To get everyone back in the divorce game, we've decided to drop some of our most popular episodes from Season 1. (cue time travel music) Today we're talking about the parenting agreement. You won't want to miss this one. This is one of the toughest parts of divorce and Andrea gets really real and almost didn't want to record this episode. Anna helps make sense of this agreement and how to get through it in one piece. We'll talk about: What is a parenting agreement? What should I include in the parenting agreement? Should we get a mediator? Holidays during and after divorce Visitation during and after divorce Who pays for the kids' things when you get divorced Cohabitating during divorce We make it easy to understand. Be sure to stay until the end for our favorite segment: Wild divorce stories that are a lesson in what NOT to do. Hopefully we'll make you laugh and feel less alone. Remember, you got this and we got you. See you next week for an epic Season 3! Be sure to catch our little sneak peaks on IG: @divorceattorneychicago @theandrearappaport
After spending his first month of recruiting as a college coach for Boston College Coach Chris has a message for every player, parent and travel coach. In an era where many players have more followers and fans than celebrities, it's important they hear the truth so they're able to face adversity and withstand challenges in order to thrive at the next level. In this episode Coach Chris comes straight from the heart with a personal message about humility, gratitude, and accountability; pillars every player needs to succeed at the highest level. This is one you don't want to miss! Lace up & let's get it. Follow Coach Chris on Instagram & Twitter. Email us at email@example.com Follow I AM D-1 on Instagram Follow Tidal League on Instagram
When we give generously, plant the seeds generously with a kind and loving heart, THAT's when we will experience the joy of God's grace and we see that our small giving and planting produces a surplus of good in our lives.
Alison and Amanda talk about basement debacles, awkward auditions and wrong number annoyances. Sis & Tell, an award-winning weekly comedy podcast, is hosted by southern Jewish sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks.
In last week's episode, we considered how beauty is a special combination of order and surprise. To behold beauty, we learned, is to contemplate the dynamism of a being on the way to its perfection. It is to see the rose emerging from its seed. This week we talk with assistant headmaster, Tom Royals, about learning to see the beauty—albeit often messy beauty—of our own growing children. To be sure, in this adventure, we may find more surprise than order. Nevertheless, in learning to see our children with loving eyes, we learn to better understand them. And in better understanding them, we are better able to accompany them along their paths, each of which has its own peculiar order. In this episode, Tom encourages us to avoid thinking of our children as projects and instead to learn to contemplate them as free persons. For it is only in becoming contemplatives of our children that they will know themselves to be understood and loved, as they are. This knowledge, more than anything, will become the basis of their growth. Like Chesterton said of Rome, they are not loved because they were first great; they will become great because they have first been loved. Chapters 4:00 Not projects, but persons 5:43 To be seen and known 6:25 To be accompanied, not managed 7:20 To be contemplated 7:45 Charity as seeking to understand 9:30 Only the beloved sings 10:30 Accompanying as flowing from contemplating 11:50 The importance of knowing our stress points 13:08 We are always teaching 15:30 Why we should “waste time” with our children 16:35 The importance of being available 19:15 The need for simplicity when attending to our children 21:00 The dangers of “search and destroy” mode 25:00 Why we should welcome guests into our homes 26:20 Storytelling around the dinner table 27:05 Limiting corrections at the dinner table 28:20 Parents and teachers are always learning 28:55 The long view in parenting and education 29:30 Loving your children as a manifestation of loving your spouse 31:12 Parenting and teaching: overflows of the interior life Also on The Forum 20 Ways to Improve the Family Dinner by Rich Moss Against Indifference by Tom Longano Ways to Foster a Family Culture by Alvaro de Vicente On Home as Social Hub: The Importance of Hosting Our Sons and Their Friends with Tom Royals Learn to Turn: Tom Royals on Parental Prudence with Tom Royals Cultivating Friendship in the Classroom by Austin Hatch Our Little Protectors: How Do WE See Our Boys? with Alvaro de Vicente
This weeks episode is all about parenting your Generator child. Learning about your Childs HD type gives you an understanding of who they are, their energy, and how they are meant to show up in the world without the conditioning that society places on our children. Enjoy! Get your free Human Design Chart: https://www.jessicahutto.com/hdchart Follow me on IG @its_jessica_rose Tik Tok: @itsjessicarose_hd New Series Tapping by Design - EFT for Manifestors https://youtu.be/RotoX-LyqFk Current offers 1:1 Human design readings: 75 min for $222 Human Design in Full Bloom- Level 1 certification.
Today on the Good Day Download: What Andrew Yang's thoughts on the FBI raid on Mar-a-Lago, a 4 year old is dead after wandering onto a highway, a mom dies on a flight with her family, more Anne Heche update and the custody battle between Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis. We discuss all that and more. Additional information available on GoodDayShow.com. Follow us on social media. Facebook & Instagram - @GoodDayRadioShowTwitter - @GoodDayOnAir
How does the brain play into mindset in motherhood? Does this impact the life you create and whether you have a life you are obsessed with versus a life of misery? Our guest today says YES! Jessie Larson is a podcaster, speaker, and coach for women with a desire to create and live a life that they are absolutely obsessed with. Each week on The Positively You Podcast she shares ways to elevate every area of your life. Whether it's motherhood, self-care, efficiently running a home, connecting in your marriage, adult friendships or anything else related to being a woman, Jessie covers it with expert guests and hands-on experience. In her spare time you can find her lifting weights, hiking mountains, and playing in any body of water she can find.In today's episode, we discuss…Why we can often feel, as busy moms, that mindset work is just another thing on our to-do listHow does our brain play into mindset in motherhood and our positive or negative outlook on the worldThe ways we can experience the exact same activity in a variety of waysWhat are the biggest struggles moms have around mindsetWhere to start if you want to make changes to your mindsetThe power of words to our brainCatching yourself and your thoughts with compassionBeing obsessed with your own life instead of other people'sFinding things about your life that you are obsessed with, even the smallest thingsFor the show notes and all the links mentioned in today's episode, head to secretsofsupermom.com/81.Stay connected!www.secretsofsupermom.comSecrets of Supermom on FacebookSecrets of Supermom on Instagram
Josh co-founded Lux Capital to support scientists and entrepreneurs. He has been described as "The Renaissance Man of Venture Capital" for his ability to spot trends and see where the world is moving. In this conversation, we spoke about how to meet a partner, why you should connect with strangers, what it's really like to work with Bill Gates, what true wealth is for Josh, how to parent your children, and much more. (0:00) “I hope you make a billion” (3:45) Preparation (5:49) Connecting with strangers (10:43) Wife (15:35) Learning (18:14) Chips on shoulders put chips in pockets (20:43) 100-0-100 (23:30) Bill Gates (26:01) Does this person respect me? (28:30) Parenting (35:21) True wealth (36:57) Danny Kahneman (37:40) Hardest bias Josh on Twitter – https://twitter.com/wolfejosh Continue the conversation with me...
It is back to school time, it's on all the commercials advertising shopping, it's all over social media where you are being shown how to create cute lunches and the latest and greatest lunch boxes, moms are showing how to have a night time and morning routine. How to best support your kids so they excel academically, what classes to take to get into the best colleges, padding your college resume with extracurriculars… Well this isn't that podcast…. Some of us aren't worried about sandwiches in cute shapes, balanced lunches, perfect routines, academic excellence or our kids getting into college. For some of us just getting our kid to school sometime during the day is a huge accomplishment and to be quite honest some members of our community are just trying to keep their kids alive and nothing else matters. I have personally been there. Quite honestly sending kids back to school adds a whole new layer of stress at my house. I don't get excited for back to school. It means 1000 more things added to my already overflowing plate. When you have kids that struggle with school, it can add so much worry and fear to your already exploding brain. So if you relate to my feelings and are worried about school and have kids that really struggle This podcast is for you *your child is far more important than school grades, attendance or behaviors *Focus on the present, not let yourself worry and fear for the future *Try to be flexible, find other alternatives, listen to your kids ideas and partner with them to find something that works for them *See your child for the beautiful human they are. Their worth is not tied into their schooling. Your worth as a parent isn't tied into their schooling Encourage them, guide them, have their back, support them. *There are many paths to success, there are very successful people who didn't graduate from high school in a typical way. See beyond the small box of the typical way to success. *Decide now how you will respond when things are difficult with school. Your relationship matters most and your child matters way more than their grades!
Incase you haven't heard; I created an online course for couples and shared about it on Instagram live. If you are desiring to spice up you sex life, intimacy and have FUN! Tune in to get all the info and click the link to check out the course. This online couples experience will change the way you do intimacy and each other! https://www.azariamenezes.com/intimacy-made-easy xo The Pussy FairyCome find me in the Getting intimate Facebook group! Subscribe to my email list for a juicy gift at https://www.azariamenezes.com/your-pussy-is-a-portal-to-healing or come find me on Instagram @azaria.menezes and say Hi. I'd love to hear your questions so I can answer them on future episodes!
In this episode of The Happy Rant Ted, Ronnie, and Barnabas wander to and fro through a variety of topics:1. How our book launch has felt2. Back-to-school observations in 20223. Back-to-school shopping styles4. Homework theories and summer reading5. Preaching vs. teaching (especially to teens)
June Cleaver made parenting look so simple, while perfect soccer moms today can make it seem unachievably hard. Andrew Bomback is an associate professor of medicine at Columbia University Irving Medical Center, and he joins host Krys Boyd to discuss how parenting became a verb, why we're stuck on the notion that parents can have it all, and how to break free of the intense cultural pressure surrounding parenting. His book is “Long Days, Short Years: A Cultural History of Modern Parenting.”
Hosts: Joe and Erin Wells | Released Thursday, August 11, 2022 Over the past few months, I have heard on two separate occasions that teens in the Lord's Church have been playing a game called “SMASH.” This has nothing to do with Super Mario Bros; instead, it's a game where someone calls out a person’s name, and those […]
Allison is joined by regular guest as a new co-host for Culture Clash! It is expected to be a continuing version of Culture Changers with Cindy Robinson as the guest co-host each special episode. This week Allison and Cindy discuss false prophets and the controversial online wellness guru, Teal Swan. Support the show. Become Patreon member! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS: GUEST LINKS: Follow Rob on Instagram: @dadthebestican @wtfdivorce Visit Rob's Website CINDY'S LINKS: Visit Cindy Robinson's website Follow Cindy on Instagram ALLISON'S LINKS: Allison's Patreon - Support Culture Changers Podcast by becoming a valued patron! Visit Allison's website Follow Allison on Instagram Check out Allison's blog Allison's Favorites - And some great deals for you! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you heard the saying "maternal mental load"? The definition is all of the invisible worries we carry as mothers. All the things that keep our families and our homes in motion. This emotional burden often falls on moms with little support from their parterns or society. I'm so curious to hear how your family handles the mental load and how society will change in the future to support FAMILIES. Connect with Megan:Connect with Megan on Instagram @thenobsmamaSend a voice memo hereJoin our free Facebook group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/202729591192181Join the email list!**Disclaimer** This podcast is not a substitute for mental health treatment. Megan shares her personal experience in an effort to spread awareness. If you have concerns about your mental health please use the resources below or talk to your doctor.Mental health resources:Find a therapist near you: https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/therapistsFind a therapist virtually: www.betterhelp.comSuicide prevention: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org/As always, THANK YOU so much for being here! I would LOVE it if you would share this episode with a friend who might need this message today. Support the show
Parenting their sons' autism, Sho Baraka and his wife Patreece felt blindsided—including a loss of dreams & sense of failure. But God met them in their shame. Show Notes and Resources Learn more about a Weekend To Remember. Marriage is a lifelong adventure of growing together through every age and stage of life. Resource Sale: Resources on FamilyLife Today. Checkout this week's donation offer Find resources from this podcast at shop.familylife.com. Find more content and resources on the FamilyLife's app! Help others find FamilyLife. Leave a review on Apple Podcast or Spotify. Check out all the FamilyLife podcasts on the FamilyLife Podcast Network
This week I am honored to be interviewing Kaitlyn and David Phipps about their parenthood journey. Listen in as they share with me about their experience of recurrent pregnancy loss – a journey that hasn't ended with a “rainbow baby.” They are very much still in the thick of their story unfolding and I am so grateful for their willingness to share in the middle of the story. During our time together we talk about how they navigated marriage amidst several losses, what it looked like for Kaitlyn to support David and likewise how David supported Kaitlyn – and they both share invaluable wisdom for you our listener as you navigate marriage after the loss of a baby. We also spend time talking about what it looked like for them to parent their living children in this season of loss and grief. How they talked to them about their loss, how they explained what was happening, the challenges they faced in parenting amidst grief and how they navigated those challenges. We finish up our time together talking about how they made the decision to try to grow their family again and again in the face of recurrent loss. If you are navigating life after loss with a spouse or partner, trying to navigate parenting living children after loss and thinking about or actively trying to conceive again or are pregnant again after loss I think this conversation will be really helpful to you. GIFT FOR YOU To celebrate this new season we have a free gift for you! A brand new art print and Verse Card Set, absolutely free. Download here > www.themorning.com/season5 QUESTIONS WE DISCUSS IN NO.170 What do you think is the most challenging aspect of navigating the marriage relationship after loss? How did you grieve differently and how have you navigated those differences? What are some practical things you did in your marriage to give space for each other to grieve? Kaitlyn - what would you tell other moms about how to care for your husband/partner in their grief? David - what would you tell other grieving dads about grief & how to navigate it? What would you tell them about grieving within a marriage and supporting their wife/partner in their grief? Parenting After Loss Tell me what it was like to parent your living children in your seasons of loss. How did you talk to them about what was happening? What other challenges did/do you face in parenting after loss? How did you navigate those challenges? How do you help your children grieve and cope? Are there any resources that have been helpful to you in parenting after loss? Pregnancy After Loss What did it look like for you to make the decision to try to grow your family again? How did you support each other in that season? RESOURCES MENTIONED IN NO. 171 Ultimate Resource Bundle: Our best and most helpful resources all in one place. Download Here. JOIN OUR FREE ONLINE COMMUNITYwww.themorning.com/community SHOW NOTESwww.themorning.com/blog/episode171 RATE, REVIEW & FOLLOW ON APPLE PODCASTSIf you love The Joyful Mourning Podcast, please consider rating and reviewing the show! This helps moms who are grieving to find us a little easier and get that support they need. Click here, scroll to the bottom, tap to rate with five stars, and select “Write a Review.” Then be sure to let me know how this episode helped you.
Friend and fellow Clinical Sexologist Erin Wallis has her hands full with 3 queer teens, including 2 that are transgender. In fact, no one in the house is straight! Her experiences in Cumming, Georgia are like something out of a novel. Have you ever had a pastor call your house to harass you? Erin was frank about the conversations and considerations about safety, playing sports, and having an exit plan. No parent should have to worry about their child's safety in the ways she does, but we are watching in real time as people are being emboldened by radical Christofacists. We both feel our fathers were radicalized by Fox News. I was very appreciative of her sharing her and her family's story (and everyone in the house gave her the green light to discuss their lives). Even if you don't have a household like the Wallis', you're sure to learn something from today's episode.