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Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People
Traditional Mexican Parents

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2022 68:17


Turning 21, leaving home, and a terrible secret. A young woman opens up to Geth about her mother's reaction to a traumatic event that caused a rift between them.

Mornings on the Mall
1.24.22 - Hour 1: Ukraine / Russia intensifies, Disturbing treatment of unmasked students

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 33:51


In the first hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince speaks with Kurt Schlicter, senior columnist at Townhall about the intensifying situation on the Ukraine border. Today was the first day that Governor Youngkin's executive order allowing parents to decide whether students wear masks to school.  Parents report on disturbing behavior by school teachers and administrators who are punishing the students who choose to be maskless. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Better Sex
213: Shameless Parenting – Dr. Tina Schermer Sellers

Better Sex

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 31:59


Many parents find normal sex behavior and development confusing. Parents often wonder if their child's sexual behavior is normal. Certified sex therapist Dr. Tina Sellers talks about parenting and sexual health and give parents a better understanding of “what to expect and when” in terms of their child's sexual development. Resources for Shameless parenting In her newest book, Dr. Tina's goal is to help parents or caregivers foster healthy sexual choices and attitudes in their children. She believes comprehensive sex education is the best way to protect children when they get involved with sex later, to make safe sexual choices, to lower teen pregnancy rate, to lower STI rates, etc. The book was made to be a handout that doctors, teachers, parents, therapists, and other educators could easily use and refer to when dealing with sexual developments in young children.Moreover, since shame is one of the things that could get in the way for parents to become the best sex educator that they wanted to be, Dr. Tina also emphasizes ways to soothe the self and heal from that, along with streamlined resources and websites that could effectively help overcome that shame. Sexual Development in children It is critical for parents and caregivers to get a greater understanding around sexual development and behaviors in children. Dr. Tina's book was developed in hopes of creating a better understanding of these developments. It can be difficult to recognize that, like adults, children are sexual beings. Children will be curious about sex, sexuality, and the human body. The book can serve as cheat sheets for parents to get some general information on common and uncommon behaviors based on age groups. Parents can also find suggestions for conversations that parents can have with their children to help encourage healthy sexual development. Normalizing sexual behaviors Healing comes from knowing that there are sexual behaviors that are normal in children and that shame was never an appropriate feeling. Kids will do what kids will do from harmless curiosity. The evolving sexuality that we have is always beautiful and creative, and the fact that the society that we live in has just never gotten it right is tragic. Wrong notions and misinformation can crush a child's developing sexuality and can get traumatized with profound effects. Managing reactivity for parents It is important to ask your kids questions and listen very carefully to what they have to say about what's going on in their world. It can be scary for parents to get sort of a bird's eye view of what the world is like for their kids but not knowing will not be helpful either. Parents need to learn to manage reactivity within themselves.Joining a parents' group where you can start talking to each other about what it is like for you or just having a place to talk through your own reactivity and your own fear can be helpful. Know that your kids need your calm presence and just knowing that you got their back no matter what. Parents need to be conscious of their reactions because kids could easily pick it up as shaming or judging. Biography: Tina Schermer Sellers, PhD has had a distinguished career as a marriage and family therapist, medical family therapist, and certified sex therapist. She is also a professor, researcher, author, and speaker. She has won numerous awards and been featured on radio, TV, and podcasts. As the founder and Medical Director of the Northwest Institute on Intimacy, and the community group ThankGodForSex.org she speaks to audiences across the country about the difference sexual health and sexual health training can make for the individual and professional.Her award-winning book, Sex, God, and the Conservative Church – Erasing Shame from Sexual Intimacy reveals the devastation caused by sexual shame in the wake of the purity and abstinence-only movements and reveals the path to healing for both clinician and client. When not speaking and writing, you will find Tina delighting in her year-old granddaughter! Resources and links: www.tinaschermersellers.com www.instituteonintimacy.com www.4-DNetwork.com www.ThankGodForSex.org www.SheIsCalled.com Instagram: @drtinashameless Affiliate links to books: Sex, God, and the Conservative Church – Erasing Shame from Sexual Intimacy – https://amzn.to/2H2vTVV From Diapers to Dating: A Parent's Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Children – From Infancy to Middle School – https://amzn.to/2Ew4oCi More info: Sex Health Quiz – https://www.sexhealthquiz.com The Course – https://www.intimacywithease.com The Book – https://www.sexwithoutstress.com Podcast Website – https://www.intimacywithease.com Access the Free webinar: How to want more sex without it feeling like a chore: https://intimacywithease.com/masterclass Better Sex with Jessa Zimmermanhttps://businessinnovatorsradio.com/better-sex/Source: https://businessinnovatorsradio.com/213-shameless-parenting-dr-tina-schermer-sellers

After Class Podcast
5.4 - Parenting - Pt 5

After Class Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 46:25


This week the guys look at some basic expectations for parents in the NT. Did anything change for parents when Jesus inaugurated a new covenant? From giving snakes to inheritances - make sure to catch their discussion.

Mental Maintenance
Becoming Parents & How it Changes Your Relationship w/Guests: Stephen, Jayson & Kelley

Mental Maintenance

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 69:18


On this special episode of Mental Maintenance, Denise sits down with her husband, Stephen and their great friends, Jayson & Kelley to discuss J+K's recent journey of becoming parents! Jayson & Kelley give us a brief version of their love story and how after 9 years apart they found their way back together and knew they were in it for the long haul. They tell us about how they had baby Jack just 6 short weeks ago and how they feel about being parents. Stephen and Denise stress how important it is to have time together as a couple and individual time away from the baby to help with mental health and their relationship. The two couples discuss the hardest thing in parenthood so far, what post partum is feeling like for Kelley, the difference in expectations for Dads vs Moms and so much more!    Visit us on Instagram Mental Maintenance Podcast (@mentalmpodcast) • Instagram photos and videos @torresjaaymrs @deniseserino   The love languages quiz that we discussed: https://www.5lovelanguages.com/start/   You can also buy the book here: https://www.amazon.com/Love-Languages-Secret-that-Lasts/dp/080241270X  

Running the Bases with Small Businesses
KJK - Student & Athlete Defense - Title IX Attorneys

Running the Bases with Small Businesses

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 53:06


Running the Bases today with Susan Stone and Kristina Supler Co-Chairs of KJK's Student & Athlete Defense/Title IX Practice Group - an Ohio-based law practice serving clients across the country.  From representing individuals involved in misconduct and Title IX matters to advocating for students with special education needs and those with autism or mental health issues facing criminal charges, their nationally renowned practice has earned a reputation for success. Together, they have represented students and faculty at more than 90 colleges and universities across the country.Susan and Kristina share their experiences and opinion on a number of Title IX issues and what students, parents, and institutions can do to navigate the current environment.We explore the issues at hand today for students and what parents can do to help equip their students heading off to college.  “We have conversations with parents all the time when their students are in trouble is college readiness. Parents have a hard time understanding that once you send your student to school, the college is not going to notify the parents. When things go wrong. They're adults.”Susan and Kristina address the challenges of building a new law practice, operations, and management roles, plus how partners can avoid pitfalls leading toward disaster.Listen to Real Talk Podcast with Susan and Kristina.Learn about Title IX and Campus MisconductLearn more about KJK Student & Athlete Defense and Title IX Attorneys at https://studentdefense.kjk.com/Get Local SEO and Digital Marketing information from 38 Digital MarketListen and subscribe to our show on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google Podcast, iHeart Radio, Pandora or TuneIn.Follow 38 Digital Market on our Social Accounts:FacebookLinkedInTwitterYoutubeInstagramFollow our guests today at:FacebookInstagramLinkedInTwitt

Routine and Things Podcast
Epi 109: The Most Convenient Way To Organize Your Life

Routine and Things Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 12:39


We're constantly looking for ways to organize our life. From container store boxes to time management books. Would you be shocked to know that the best way to an organized life was right within your reach? In this episode of the Routine and Things Podcast, I'm sharing the most convenient way to organize your life and guess what, it doesn't cost a thing. Tune in to learn more!  Pre-order the Routine Building Handbook!Follow along on Instagram!Support the show (https://paypal.me/routineandthings)

Up Your Creative Genius
Marcy Willard: Why this revolutionary mental health tool promises to unlock your child's potential

Up Your Creative Genius

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 41:14


Marcy Willard is a CEO with a Lean and Agile mindset. A huge source of pride is her team who has a culture of empathy, cross-functional teamwork, and an environment that says loud and clear “we've got your back.” They commit to not only their customer's mental health but also their own. Marcy and her team work hard while also respecting the importance of health, rest and family time. In doing so they bring a fresh and enthusiastic energy to the families they serve. Furthermore, her background as a school psychologist and licensed Psychologist with a PhD in Child, Family, and School Psychology. Believing in the power of offering accessible and reliable mental health expertise to parents and professionals, Dr. Willard's team has a mission to reach a million families with concerns about a child's mental health. Rather than the random walk from professional to professional with no clear guidance or direction our tools lead parents and professionals directly to the providers needed to get help right away for their kids. By telling parents 'what's the matter' kids can get off of the waitlist and get on with brighter futures. Timestamp 1:27 How Marcy Willard became who she is today 10:29 Teach your kid a skill; not to avoid consequences 11:14 Marcy shares CADE - Children mental health assessment tool 12:44 Marcy shares her process of starting as an entrepreneur 15:21 Listen to your kids and let them know it's alright 18:09 How did Marcy face her challenges? 21:27 Make a plan for the future you 26:31 Marcy's vision in the near future 33:00 Marcy shares tips about pivoting businesses or family dynamic Social Media Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcy-willard-ph-d-ncsp-35a97692/ Website https://clearchildpsychology.com/ CADE https://clearchildpsychology.com/cade/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/upyourcreativegenius/ Follow Patti Dobrowolski - Linkedinhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/patti-dobrowolski-532368/ Up Your Creative Geniushttps://www.upyourcreativegenius.com/ Patti Dobrowolski 00:03 Hello superstars. Welcome to the Up Your Creative Genius podcast where you will gain insight and tips to stomp on the accelerator and blast off to transform your business and your life. I'm your host, Patti Dobrowolski. And if this is your first time tuning in, then strap in because this is serious rocket fuel. Each week I interview fellow creative geniuses to help you learn how easy it is to up your creative genius in any part of your life. Hey, everybody, it's Patti Dobrowolski, as you know, and here we are. Today, my guest is Marcy Willard. Dr. Marcy Willard, let's get it right. She's a licenced psychologist. She's a tech entrepreneur. She's a nationally certified school psychologist and author of assessment of autism spectrum disorder. And that's a clinical book. So get that right today, I would download it and get it. But you are the founder of clear child psychology, which I think you're committed to making child psychology accessible to everyone. And I love that about you. And you are so amazing the things that you're doing. I am so happy to have you. Thank you for being here. Marcy Willard 01:22 Wonderful. Thank you for having me, Patti. I am. So looking forward to this. Patti Dobrowolski 01:27 I know, you know, we just met. So for those listeners, we just met randomly through a mutual friend. And we were like, Oh, my God, like this was the best conversation. And immediately I said, you have to be on the podcast. Because the things that you're doing Marcy are just so they're really game changing for parents of kids who have neurodiversity. And if you're a parent listening out there, or you know, someone who has a child with neurodiversity really want to tune in to this, because you're going to get an understanding for the things in the complexity of that. And so you understand. And Marcy, I hope you'll talk about this at some point. This is normal, you know, we think that kids are supposed to be treated in a certain way, and that you treat the special kids in a certain way. But everybody's special now. So people have to realise that change. So tell us tell us, Marcy, a little bit about you. So people can get to know you a little bit. Tell them about yourself. How'd you get here? Marcy Willard 02:29 Cool, right? Well, wonderful, Patti. I'm so excited to do this. So in terms of how I arrived here, and a little bit about me, I was a software salesperson, well over two decades ago, that's scary to say putty and had a really good experience. But I had this heart paying to do something to change the world. You can call it a blessing, you can call it a curse, right? But I wanted to make things better. And I was a psychologist working with this person, Dr. Anna Kroncke, who has now become my co founder. And we decided that something had to change and Child Mental Health. And I'll tell you why. Okay, we were on this mission to help these kids. And we were doing assessments. So we primarily did diagnostic assessment for children. Right. So paediatric diagnostic assessment, and we would have these parents come in, and we would tell them, hey, here's what's going on. You've got a great kid. Here's some of their amazing talents. And here are some of their challenges. And here's what you need to do. And here's some recommendations to get you moving forward. And they would look at us every time inevitably and say, Wow, thank you. This is amazing. This is life changing, that we can finally have the path forward. It's like a golden key that unlocks the door to my child's future and potential. And then they would look at us and say, I got one question for you, though. Where were you five years ago? Patti Dobrowolski 04:02 Oh, yeah. Right. Oh, my God. Can't you feel that pain of all those parents? Yeah. Marcy Willard 04:08 So it was just brutal to hear. And sometimes we'd be right down the street Patti. And you'd think, Gosh, this is a mess, right? So these parents that have waited for on average two years to get into get help for their child. And then the help is readily available, but it's just not accessible to people, right? The psychologist know what to do. There's a pretty clear formula for how to help these things. But nobody could find the psychologist. And now it's gotten even more dire. There are even fewer psychologists than there were then. And as you know, there's a mental health crisis on our hands. So you have about 500,000 mental health providers, many of which do not do diagnosis. And then you have 20 plus million families looking for those people. Patti Dobrowolski 04:55 Wow. Yeah, that is incredible. Right? Ah, wow, that said, wow, that's just like over the top. You know, I mean, I worked in mental health. So I understand really, I remember that change, you know, when we started to do HMO and how everything shifted, then I was like, oh, no, this is going to mean, healthcare isn't accessible support for people who have mental health issues isn't going to be accessible anymore? Because nobody's going to pay for it. Marcy Willard 05:25 Yeah. So what is really alarming and pretty unbelievable, is even when families do have the means right to get good help for their child, which is a blessing in itself. They still can't find people to help them. Right? So. Patti Dobrowolski 05:40 If so it doesn't matter. If you have money, or you don't, you can't find help, you can't find help. Wow. So then you and your partner, you stepped in to kind of fill that gap in you? Marcy Willard 05:52 Yeah. So what we did was we decided that we could make this assessment process more of a formula, right? So let's look across all the areas that could be impacted in a child's mental health behaviour or development. Let's put it in a model that makes sense. And let's create an image for each specific symptom, which is what those pictures are behind me. Patti Dobrowolski 06:15 Oh, that's fantastic. I was looking at those like, what are they? I was hoping you're going to talk about, okay, good. Marcy Willard 06:20 So you see the girl with a shell there. That's about auditory processing. So listening and understanding what's coming in through your ears and making sense of it. Right. So right, we made an image like that for every single symptom. And then we wrote an article for every single one. And we put them in that textbook that I had published with Dr. Anna Kroncke and Dr. Helena Huckabee, we've produced this textbook. And what happened there was we were able to say, here's the stuff that needs to be looked at for any kid. Right? Yeah. And then once the kid responds in a certain way, then you're going to dive deeper into certain areas. So it's a dynamic process. Patti Dobrowolski 06:56 Meaning that it's not really like you're going to tell them what to do is that you expect the parent to be engaged or teacher to be engaged in some way with the experience to see what does work. Right. Marcy Willard 07:09 Right. Right. Patti Dobrowolski 07:10 So because I think parents, you know, people, they love to have like a one thing fits all. And that's just not what we're dealing with. Marcy Willard 07:17 Yeah, the magic pill or that. It does not exist. I hate to break it to people. But yeah, yeah, it's a journey. And what we discovered in this process was that families really need ready access to tools that they can use right now. Patti Dobrowolski 07:33 Yeah. Marcy Willard 07:33 And that a lot of the tools that we were all taught as kids or generationally were passed down, really don't work, especially with neurodiverse kids. Patti Dobrowolski 07:43 Oh, give me an example of something like that, that you're talking about. That doesn't work that was passed down? Marcy Willard 07:48 Well, you're ready for one that I'm going to get in trouble for saying. Patti Dobrowolski 07:51 Yeah, of course, because this is Up Your Creative Genius. We're all about getting in trouble. Marcy Willard 07:56 Yes. Right. Right. So consequences. So that's a big one, right? So even, you know, really, very savvy parents are applying consequences to their child based on their behaviour. And it sounds good. It sounds like an idea. Right? So if they do these behaviours, Patti Dobrowolski 08:14 Because then it would be like Skinner box, right? That if you go down and press the lever, then I'm going to give you a pellet, like, AKA your phone back. Marcy Willard 08:23 Right? So what happens with that is, on the one hand, withholding reinforcement is a good thing. So let's say I don't work, I don't get paid. That's rare. Right? Right. If I'm a parent, and I'm essentially paying my kids through whatever means we give away things. Yes. And I withhold that because I'm expecting a certain behaviour to happen. I make it contingent. That works. Because you go, Oh, what do I have to do to get what I want? Oh, I have to do that. Okay. Okay. On the other side, it doesn't work. And this is what we've all been taught. And then when you go to try it, you'll realise that it almost never works. And it's this idea of you did this wrong thing. So I'm going to apply this consequence which kids think all consequences are negative, because parents are always saying, I'm going to give you a consequence. Right? And, and consequences are like, go to your room, get a timeout, get such and such taken away. I'm gonna take all these different privileges, things like that. So what ends up happening is, the kid feels the sense that you're trying to control them, right? Like a puppet. Yes. So they resist that. And then what they do, and this is a great example, another thing I can get in trouble for. So you're driving down the road, and you see a police officer, you know, on the side of the road. So what do you do? Instantly slow down, right? You take your foot off the gas, you slow down, and then the police officer drives away. So what do I do now? Speed it back up, right up. Right? Patti Dobrowolski 09:49 So that's what your kid does, then. Yeah, so um, I get a time out and then I'm gonna go right back to what I did before. Marcy Willard 09:56 So what they do is right, they gotta go. They have a lot of creative ways. To get out of that punishment, yeah, in the moment, the parent feels like they've won that because the child does comply. Right? But what ends up happening is it didn't teach me anything, right. I didn't learn anything. I just learned how to avoid your punishment. Patti Dobrowolski 10:13 Yeah, yeah, that's right, which is not good. Because then you don't ever understand your behaviour, you don't understand what's going to make the world work better for you. So you end up living a life filled with avoiding consequences, which Yeah, no, that's not good. Marcy Willard 10:29 And then what they've learned, and Dan Siegel is a big professor of this and both handle arson, and I talk about Dan Siegel's work all the time. We love it. And he talks about the idea of discipline, the root word of discipline is to teach, right? What am I trying to teach this child to do? Yeah. And so when you're teaching a skill, you would never just have I rip out the rug from under you, and then see if you're right, that's right. Right, you would go, let's partner on this. Let's mentor on this. Let's talk about creative ways we can address this. Yeah, it's okay to withhold your behaviours, right to say, I'm not going to pay you for that. We're not going to give you something for that. But to say, I'm going to put all these obstacles in your path is really just it's a game that we're playing with ourselves. Patti Dobrowolski 11:14 Yeah, yeah, no doubt, no doubt. So Marcy, you were in the schools, you saw these issues, and you were working with kids. And you saw these things happen. So you created this assessment that people could use, but talk about how you married your technology? Because this is really the thing that I was so impressed by and interested in, you know, was you created something from that, that made it easier for people to access it anywhere? Marcy Willard 11:44 Yeah, so this is from Clear Child Psychology, we created an app called CADE, CADE. And CADE is a method for families to access the kinds of strategies and recommendations they need to help their child. Yeah, and it's immediate. And that was really, really important. Because when parents are under stress, they don't have time to go make an appointment and sit down and have these long discussions with you, even if they can get in. So what we developed was an assessment that parents can do. It's dynamic, like we talked about, like we did in our clinical assessments. So yes, answer a certain set of questions, get recommendations right away for that. And then they can keep going if they have more questions that they want answers to, right. So we provide immediate recommendations in the moment through the app. Patti Dobrowolski 12:35 Yes. Marcy Willard 12:36 And then on top of that, they can upgrade to get live coaching from us, okay, a psychologist or other therapists to guide them on their journey. Patti Dobrowolski 12:44 Oh, that's so fantastic. I know that parents need that. Right now. They're just at a loss about what to do. So this to me is so incredible that you created this. Now, tell me you created then a whole business around this. So you did first the childcare psychology, the Clear Child Psychology, right. But so now the app is happening. And so where are you in the process of that? And now you're really an entrepreneur in the entrepreneur space. Right? So how did you adjust and learn what you needed to do? What did you do in your mindset in order to move and shift into this area where you're just desperate? And did that desperation lead to something tell me about the entrepreneur part of it? Because it's not easy to have a business that's around that? Marcy Willard 13:36 Right, right. Yeah, they say necessity is the mother of invention, right? Yeah, definitely. No doubt. So I knew from the beginning that I wanted our tools to be technology based. Patti Dobrowolski 13:46 Yes. Marcy Willard 13:47 And I also knew that I would never take the human element out of it. Patti Dobrowolski 13:51 Right. Marcy Willard 13:52 Right. So it's been an iterative adjusting process to determine what really is the best way to provide maximum access to the most people. Patti Dobrowolski 14:03 Because you're talking about a diverse audience that's listening with diverse needs. Like every kid is unique, right? Marcy Willard 14:10 And millions, millions of people, right? Patti Dobrowolski 14:12 So it's not did you say 200 million, right? Marcy Willard 14:16 Yeah, how many? 20 million? Patti Dobrowolski 14:18 20 million? Marcy Willard 14:19 Yeah. 20 million. Yeah. So at least 20 million families that are actively seeking help, yet, most of them won't get it. Most kids never get mental health support. So the idea that this is happening, right, kept me up at night and made us go, how can we get this into people's hands faster and more effectively, right. So yeah, everyone. So if it's just me in my office and Anna in her office, right, we can only help so many people. Patti Dobrowolski 14:48 No, you can only help however many patients you can see every week Right? Even that's not the most effective way because you want the parent to be the one who actually is helping the child and then the child helping themselves. You know. Marcy Willard 15:00 That your body is that agency, right? The agency for the parents because your child's best advocate, right? You care more than anybody? Yeah. And so you as the parent, having those tools makes all the difference in the world. So it's one thing for you to come in, get an assessment with a psychologist and you get your big fat report, and you're on your way. Patti Dobrowolski 15:21 Yeah. Marcy Willard 15:21 Right. You don't have that sense of agency yet, right? You need the tools in your own toolbox, so that the next time your child's freaking out at Target, you can say, Okay, I'm gonna help you, right, I know how to help you. Tools. And I'll just give you an example for that. So tantrums are a big when we talk about in our app, and on our website, tantrums, one of the big things that we teach, is to shut your mouth. Yeah, my child is having a tantrum, be quiet. And we all want to just dance around and talk to them and negotiate with them and tell them you can't do that. And that's not right. And let me tell you what you need to do. Let me give you some consequences, right? And the kid just spins up more and more and more. And now you're in the tantrum with them, right? Patti Dobrowolski 16:05 Yeah, exactly. So it's your chance from now. Marcy Willard 16:08 Right? All right. So we teach them to go sit by your child, be present, model your own calm demeanour, show that everything's okay. By the way, you present yourself and sit with them and breathe. And listen. And I'll tell you even working in the schools, nine times out of 10, that kiddo will open up and tell you what it really is. And even if you don't totally agree, you can just show that you get it right. Like, I hear you. You really wanted that. Yeah. And they'll look at you like, oh, you know, Oh, okay. Right. Yeah. So yeah, I'm still mad. Yeah, I'm not nearly as mad because you get it. Right. Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 16:51 And you're listening to me? Yeah, you're listening to what it's really about. Marcy Willard 16:55 And so then you've taught them something, right? Versus like, I'm just gonna go toe to toe with you. And we're gonna escalate until one of us wins this. Instead of that you go, I'm going to teach you how to calm down when you're upset. And you're going to use this the rest of your life. Yeah. Patti Dobrowolski 17:10 Yeah. Oh, I just love this. This is such a nice way to start the day, in my opinion, you know, with this conversation, because, you know, you watch the parents on the plane, and you watch the parents who are in the grocery store, just freaking out, you think to them? Okay, you know, we're watching, but we're okay with it. You know, I think part of it too, we get so judgy about everybody, Marcy Willard 17:37 Right? Really important for all those parents listening, that if you're in that situation, and you see a parent with a child, that's freaking out, and the parent is doing the best they can, you know, give them a wink or a thumbs up or say, hey, you know, you got this, or, Hey, it's worse sometimes. Right? Yeah. Yeah. Parents are trying as hard as they can. And you know, if your kid is freaking out, there's not much you can do. Right? And it's okay. And it's an illusion to believe that we're in control of our child's behaviour. Right? Patti Dobrowolski 18:09 Okay. So, okay, so I love that that's really tangible for parents to take away now. Okay, so in this process of doing this, and transitioning, you must have hit your own series of roadblocks. So tell me, what did you do when things became challenging for you? What do you do? Marcy Willard 18:30 Yeah, that is a really good point. Patti Dobrowolski 18:32 Because your thing is your baby in a way, and sometimes it does have a tantrum. And so you know, for entrepreneurs that are listening your business is that so? What did you do? How do you help yourself? Marcy Willard 18:45 Yeah, there are a fair amount of tantrums in engineering and in startups, I would say That definitely happens. Yeah, yeah. So the biggest thing that I've learned is a which is going to be right in line with your work is keep your eyes on the prize. Right? So having goals and aspirations is not only important for our kids, but it's important for us, right? So when you know where you're going, a lot of times you can endure those rocky patches, number one, and then number two, the importance of self care. So I really provide the opportunity for that with my team. And I say you need a break, take it rest, you'll come back better, right? You'll be in a better place when you return. So self care. So I take a lot of walks, I have my morning meditation, I have my morning, check in with like, this is my plan for the day. And here's what I'm hoping and intending to do today. And then I check in with myself at the end of the day, and I check off my wins. Hey, yeah, you know, and I caught myself on the back. Hey, nice job, Marcy. Patti Dobrowolski 19:45 There we go. You know, really, you're hitting the success button. So I love that. I mean, normally I ask people, what's your day like? And there you have it, you gave it to us. But I love that what you said was, and I think for those of you that have teams that you're working with, even if it's As a small team, you just have a VA or you're doing courses online, or you've got whatever, what you're talking about is doing a daily check in with them. So that everybody's on the same page. And you know what you're working on? Were you a manager of people before you started your own business or and how did you grow into that? Marcy Willard 20:18 So I was in the business world before, I was not an entrepreneur before. So I didn't have the entrepreneurial background, but I certainly had a lot of business background. And I think the biggest thing that I learned and continuing to learn, as we all are. Patti Dobrowolski 20:36 Did you see her? Oh, if you're not watching, then she kind of looked off to the side, it was like a little in joke with herself about, Okay, we're ready. There you go. Marcy Willard 20:46 This is so it's to be myself, right? Be authentic. And I knew that if I needed those breaks, and those check ins and those, hey, that was rough. Let's all acknowledge that. If I needed those things, my team likely did too. Right? And what did up happening was, we're all mobilised toward this important mission to provide mental health and behavioural health access for children to everyone. Right? Right, every parent, because we were all mobilised towards the same mission, and we have permission to rest, you have the most motivated, energetic team you'll ever see. Patti Dobrowolski 21:27 Yeah, because the goal is really clear. And the need is really clear. I think this is, you know, part of it, when people are building their business or coming up with something they want to do in the world, you have to realise you're filling a need with what it is, it's not just that you want to go do something, you have to do something that fulfils a service for the world in some way. Right? When you marry your passion with service, then you accelerate your ability to expand, and you certainly have so tell people what happened. You know, Marcy did a mapping process. But actually, Marcy made me stop doing what I've done in the past and start doing something new, which is really amazing. For example, I used to always have people draw the current reality, and the desired future reality on the same map. But this year, I'm not doing it that way anymore, because I learned something from you. And so tell them what you did with your map and what happened? Marcy Willard 22:31 Yeah, so I do think that Up Your Creative Genius is genius. And I had such a good experience with it that I am delighted to be on your podcast. So what I did, Patti was I drew two pages, one with my current state and one with my future state. Patti Dobrowolski 22:51 Yeah. Marcy Willard 22:52 And I drew myself in the picture, which I learned was a really important aspect of this. Right, right. Putting yourself in the mindset of both places, right, my current reality and my future reality. And I drew them in black and white, and then I would put it away, right, I reflected on it. I got excited. I think I shouldn't say that first, before I put it away. I was really excited about it. So I went about this as a creative, enjoyable process. I'm not an artist, anybody listening to this, it's going to crack up. Patti Dobrowolski 23:27 That's right. And it doesn't matter. It's better if you draw stick figures, in fact, so okay, I love that. That's what the research shows you remember it better? Marcy Willard 23:34 Okay, great. I started drawing. And I just thought, well, wouldn't that be neat? And it led to Oh, and another thing I want to try. And another thing I want to do, so I start drawing that. And then on the current state, I say like, Okay, here's where I am right now. And what ended up happening was, after I put it away, things started to happen. And I would go back and colour in the picture. And then I would go, wow, like this is literally coming to life. Right? So the image that I had for my future self and my future vision was coming true and is coming true. And what I realised was a huge key that unlocked that was this getting in the creative process? It's one thing to set goals, and I am definitely for that. But goals are different than setting a vision, right? So you have goals, and those are important. You set your timeline, you say this is the thing I want to do by x date. But more than that, is that emotional charge that you get right from saying, wouldn't that be neat? Right? Patti Dobrowolski 24:35 Wouldn't that be incredible? Like that's what I say, you know, do the courageous, outrageous, so that you really put on your picture these outrageous things that you think wow, I mean, like that would be so cool if that happened. And I tell them what's one cool thing that happened that you had on your map that you didn't expect to I need to tell you which one this was about the trophy? Marcy Willard 24:59 Oh, the trophy Let me tell you about the trophy. So this is somewhat hilarious because I wanted to represent the idea had this big conference coming up, that I was going to be presenting it. And in the conference, the prize winner is the startup of the year. Right. So I wanted to be that. And I wanted the conference to go really well. So in order to have a picture of it, I drew a picture of a trophy, right? Yes, one trophy, I knew what it meant. I knew that if I get that, that means that I won the startup of the year, right. So I was really excited about that. So I drew this. And then time goes by we do the contest. I did not win for my company for startup of the year. But we did win for this People's Choice Award, which was another really cool opportunity, or People's Choice in the category that we're in. So in the Health Tech category. So when we won that, of course, excited and we're all celebrating, and time goes by right Patti. So I'm excited. That's all good. We celebrate, we move on. So months go by, and I get this package in the mail. And it said something about trophy on the outside. And I literally left it sitting in the kitchen, because I thought it was somebody else's trophy. Right. And my husband like I don't know. So I go and I open it up. And it's a trophy. Actually, I haven't here here, I'll grab it right here. Patti Dobrowolski 26:19 Yeah. So if you're watching, she's going to grab her trophy for Entrepreneur of the Year. And it's got a microphone. It's so amazing. Marcy Willard 26:27 Yeah, it is so great. That is so cool. So my trophy. Patti Dobrowolski 26:31 Yeah, love it. So, you know, this is I think what you're talking about is so essential, because we get caught in the day to day minutia of the things that we want to achieve. And so we do set these goals of things we want to accomplish in the day, in the week, in the month in the year. These are what we're talking about in terms of goals. And I think having action plans and getting things done. And the essential part that Marcy talked about is acknowledging at the end of the day, what you have done that day, so that you hit that success button. So your brain goes, Yeah, we're going to do more of that tomorrow, right. And that's really what you're trying to do. That's the rat in the skinner box with yourself is that you are pressing the success button which sends dopamine and then you sleep well and then you feel good. And then you wake up the next day, energised to get back to work on these actions, steps that move you further and further towards that bigger vision. But they are gold getting what I call gold getting. But the thing that you talked about was this, which was when you are dreaming the vision part. It's essential for it to be creative. And the way that you described it was you said it was then I thought of this when that'd be cool. And then within this, what if that happened, and then that like that. And so it was an organic process, it builds on itself. And if you allow it to be creative, organic and expansive, you step into the future. You never knew about you never imagined. Right that that to me is who you are. To me. You are that expansive self who, you know, was able to get enormous funding. Did people just threw money at you to get that app? Because the need, let me just say the need is so high. We're talking about 20 million parents with kids that have issues, right? Yes, yes. Yeah. So that's just incredible. Now, when you think about your vision, now, what's your bigger vision than when you imagine it? Marcy Willard 28:40 Yeah. So for myself, you mean? Patti Dobrowolski 28:43 Yes. And whatever you want to share? Marcy Willard 28:45 Yeah. So my bigger vision for the business is to make mental and behavioural health access available to everyone, right? So when we set out on this vision in the first place, we said, we're going to have 1 million kids. And we wrote 1 million kids over everything. We have 1 million kids plastered all over the place. And we still are going to do that. And it grew, right. So the more people that I realised are really struggling like this, a million is not enough. So we really need to go. Patti Dobrowolski 29:16 20 Millions 20 Millions what we're going for now. Marcy Willard 29:19 Yeah, yeah, we're going for 20 million. Right. So having that as our Northstar, our guiding light is huge, right? And then there's also this empathy and this accessibility piece, that it's not just that I want to help these families, because of course I do. I also want to make it a collaborative and accessible process where people are on the same page, and we're in a peer to peer collaboration, right on how to get their kid moving forward in the family moving forward. A lot of times when I say our family moving forward, a lot of times your child might not change that much. Patti Dobrowolski 29:55 Yeah. Marcy Willard 29:56 But you changed, right, right. Because now you get it. You can say You know, he doesn't have that skill yet. I'm gonna stop beating myself up and getting on his case about this thing that, you know, he just doesn't have that yet. Right? Yeah. So you're in a better place. And guess what all the tension in the house comes down, right? Yeah, no, when you go, Oh, I know what to do. It doesn't mean it's gonna be perfect, it doesn't mean it's gonna be easy. It's just means that I know what to do. And so my tensions lower, and I'm not putting the attention on my child, we say that it's, you know, very contagious when you're anxious, it goes to your child, right? So we know that we can help them with that way. That's a big thing for the business. And it's huge, right? Patti Dobrowolski 30:35 Yeah. Yeah, I love this. And I was thinking, you know, that's really the changing the homeostasis of everything, right? That we used to run, or I used to run these couples therapy experiences in Oakland when I was just getting certified right as a drama therapist, and finishing my degree, but I was with a clinical psychologist who had been doing couples therapy for years. So I got to create interactive experiences with her practice. But one of the things that she taught me was really about the face to face of the dynamic. And I practice the things that I learned there every single day, which is, when I want something to shift, I need to turn away from it, stop pushing for it to happen and turn away and allow the space for the change to occur. And that involves me changing me always, it's always about me, you changing yourself, and then it changes the dynamic. And then everything is different. But the main thing is, when you're holding firm and tight, it's the same with your business, you hold firm and tight to things that you want them a certain way, they get to look a certain way, the things on the right side of the picture in the desired future have to look a certain way. No, that's not how the world works, the world works by openness, the door opens in really, and once you let the door open, then you get inside. And I just think you're so incredible doing that. And I'm sure parents that are listening or with kids dealing with this, or if you know anybody in your neighbourhood you just got to go give them a thumbs up is what I have to say because you have no idea the level of stress that they've been dealing with. Because if you love your kids, you can imagine they love their kids just as much if not more, and they're doing everything they can to create a safe space for their child. And I like this, because there's so much downstream benefit for this, you know, we just see these pockets of kids that are just getting left behind and what you're left behind, then you don't have a choice, but you just go and do the wrong thing. And then you end up in a cycle of that, because at least you've gotten rewarded somewhere. Right? And so I think part of it is that if you can help early on to create a space for people to be who they are, right? And that's the authenticity to that you're talking about, even in your own experience of your life. When you think about, you know, a lot of our listeners really tune in because they want to learn something new of course, yeah. And also, but they are interested in pivoting. So what would you say, you know, are some things for people who need to shift and pivot in their business or their family dynamic? Or what tips would you give them? Marcy Willard 33:21 Yeah, so one of the biggest things that this is more for your own personal success in life, not necessarily for your parenting, I love that. One of the things that I would say is that I've learned and it's been so powerful for me, that the things that you're afraid to do, or the things that you must do. And the reason you're afraid is because that's the direction that your life needs to evolve. And so what I ended up doing that has been extremely transformative for me is, every morning before 9am, I list off what I call my power moves, which are the things that are moving me forward, that there's some reason why they just keep not happening, right? So they just don't make the list every day. Well, the reason that I make the list is I'm afraid to do that for whatever reason. Right? Patti Dobrowolski 34:11 Right. Like you think you don't know enough or you think it'll take too much time, or you're going to have to call somebody that you don't know. Right? Marcy Willard 34:19 Right. So we're all imposters, right? It's sometimes in our lives. Oh, if they only knew, right? And so you avoid those interactions. And so what I've learned to do is just kind of Benjamin Hardy talks about the Brian Tracy book, Eat That Frog, right? If you have to do two frogs eat the ugliest one first. If you have to eat frog, eat it first thing in the morning, right? So I do that. So I sit down, I write down what I want to accomplish. And the ones that are really the scary ones. I just make sure I do at least one first thing in the morning. And on a really good day. I do three, right. Patti Dobrowolski 34:54 Oh, that's so great, right? Marcy Willard 34:57 Yeah, 9am and I've had three wins, right? I can say, Yeah, I sent that email. I made that call. I wrote that thing. Right. I wrote a first draft you I wrote my crappy first draft of that thing that I don't want to write. Right. Yeah. And then what happens is those moves build momentum. Right? So along the investment line, one of the things that is hard as, of course, for everyone to go ask for money, right? That's what I'm doing. That's what you do when you're seeking investment. And so I would start that, right, I would say, you know, what, I'm gonna reach out to that person, they seem interested. And this might be a great opportunity for them. So let me reach out. So do that. And then what happens? They reach back, right? Then you have a great conversation, and you tell them what you're doing. And they say, you know, I know somebody else that would be interested in that. And I had mentioned to you before that, investors are very interested because they hear this. And people want to help, right? People are like, wow, like, I know, there's a mental health crisis. I know that parents are struggling, and they're like, gosh, what can I do? And every single investor I think I've ever talked to has someone in their life, who has a child with issues somebody, right? It could either themselves, or it could be their nephew, their grandson, they accept someone, right? Yeah, they hear this and they go, I want to do something. And what happens when I reach out and do that power move, like, Hi, good morning, Joe, I want to talk to you, they get this idea of, hey, I can be a part of this. And so that momentum begins to build as well. Patti Dobrowolski 35:15 Yeah. And people are always looking for ways to help. You know, the best way to get people engaged in your business is to ask for their help. Ask them to help you. Yeah, because people are longing to be helpful. They want to be needed. That's what's true. Marcy Willard 36:43 Yeah, yeah. And so you think in your mind about, let's go back to kind of traditional goal setting, if I set a goal, and if I work at that goal every day, odds are, I'm going to get closer and closer and maybe make it right. And this is even more powerful than that. Because not only am I setting a goal, but I have this long term vision for my life, right? And every day, I'm making bold power moves towards it, right? Patti Dobrowolski 37:09 Yes. And I would say this is how we leap over time. Really, this is how we close the time space continuum, is by doing something so challenging, it builds now on your confidence, and your courage, because you realise, hey, if I did that, once I did that yesterday, so this is gonna be no problem today, if I'm going to call somebody else, right. And so you get better and better at the things you're afraid of. And then you find these other things that you're afraid of, and you think, okay, but I had that success when I was afraid of that. Now, I'm going to move into that now. You've just retrained yourself, you know, the neuro programming. Now, the new record is playing that I'm capable of doing anything, which is what is true, and how you come into the world. And then you just forget it, because you get piled on with all kinds of beliefs, right? Marcy Willard 37:57 Lots of Yeah, I think that's so true. And so powerful. What you also find when you make those bold power moves, is the stuff you're afraid of, is not half as scary as you thought, right? Maybe not even a 10th as scary as you thought you had the conversation. And the person's like, yeah, I would love to hear more. And you're like, Okay, what was? Right? Couch worrying, wringing my hands when I could just ask, right, so I've learned that, that those things that I'm afraid of, are the things I need to run towards. Because what's happening is, the reason I'm scared of that is because that's exactly the thing, that's gonna make the most difference, and it's gonna require me to grow, right? It's gonna say, hey, it's gonna call on some skills that maybe need a little harvesting, right? Maybe that's not my best moment there. And so I've got to work harder at that one. So of course, I'm afraid to do it. I love doing it. And look, it works, right? Patti Dobrowolski 38:49 Yeah, it's fantastic. All right, I love that. That is the best tip. I'm gonna do that right away. As soon as we get off the call, there's something I'm afraid to do. And I'm going to do it right away, because I gotta change. You know how that is. And I know it's slightly after nine when we're recording this, but who cares. So I would just like to say this to you. I am so just awed by you all the things that you did. And as a therapist myself, I love the fact that I was a therapist back in the day, but I love the fact that you have chosen to do something that you took up the mantle to make a change in the world that really is helping to impact the lives of families everywhere. And I can't thank you enough for doing that Marcy, to having you here for this time. I can't wait to have you back. Because I know that you're going to have new information for us and and that future that you're stepping into is just only begun. I think it's only begun. And so just thank you so much for everything that you do. Marcy Willard 39:49 This is really wonderful to be here, Patti, and I'm really excited to get to share this message with your listeners. And I would tell them, Go do it. Do not afraid it will happen. Patti Dobrowolski 40:00 That's right. Do not afraid eat the frog. And in the show notes, you'll see how you can connect with Marcy and also you should go to her website Clear Child Psychology and find out what she's up to. There's a lot of information there that will be helpful to you and to others in your life. So go there. Thank you, Marcy, for being here for doing this with me today. Thanks. And I look forward to seeing you again. Here we go everybody, and you know what I say to you. Until next time, Up Your Creative Genius, right. Thanks so much for listening today. Be sure to DM me on Instagram your feedback or takeaways from today's episode on Up Your Creative Genius. Then join me next week for more rocket fuel. Remember, you are the superstar of your universe and the world needs what you have to bring. So get busy. Get out and Up Your Creative Genius. And no matter where you are in the universe, here's some big love from yours truly Patti Dobrowolski, and the Up Your Creative Genius podcast. That's a wrap

The Wilkow Majority
School Curriculum Transparency

The Wilkow Majority

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 15:53


Parents with children in public schools have questions about school curriculums, but liberals are labeling any criticism of the system as racism.

The LA Report
Parents are worn out from constant decision-making during the pandemic – The Sunday Edition

The LA Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 24:55


In this Sunday edition: Children's safety has been a constant concern during the pandemic, but what LAist heard most from parents over the past two weeks is that the mental load of navigating the world is more crushing than ever. From early education reporter Mariana Dale. Then, this week on AirTalk, Larry Mantle was joined by medical experts, along with Mariana Dale, to take your questions about the pediatric vaccine approval process, how to handle stress during this time, and more. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.   Support the show: https://laist.com

Renegade Talk Radio
Episode 3689: WHAT MADE THE TEXAS SYNAGOGUE TERRORIST TICK?

Renegade Talk Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 50:24


Malik Faisal Akram's greatest regret was not being a 9/11 terrorist, so he created his own dramatic attack on American soil to become a famous martyr. On Saturday,January 15, 2022, he went to Beth Israel Synagogue inColleyville, Texas and took the Rabbi and three congregants hostage for over 10 hours. During this time he kept gleefully repeating how he was going to die - not feeling sorry for himself, because he was that much closer to Paradise. He ranted on the Sabbath service livestream and then on a telephone call to his brother in England. You will hear this call - the raw voice of a terrorist trying to explain to his family why he came to America and took hostages and why he won't surrender. We will examine his life, his parents' roots in Pakistan before they settled in Blackburn, England, his numerous crimes, his having been referred to the Prevent program because of his anti-American and radical Islamist ideas, and being under investigation by MI5. His family has said that he suffered from mental illness, which is undoubtedly true, but it only made him more radical. We will look at the years before he came here, when his mental state deteriorated after his divorce, loss of his home and job. The final straw seems to have been his younger brother's death from Covid19 when Faisal promised him he would become a martyr. His quest was to get the release of  Aafia Siddiqui, aka Lady Al Qaeda, a Pakistani terrorist imprisoned in Texas, near Beth Israel. His fantasy was for them both to be shot, in a kind of Romeo and Juliet scenario outside the synagogue. In the end, the hostages escaped and he died alone, but not without reaching his dream. The Blackburn Muslim Community posted a statement on their Facebook page asking for Allah to “bless him with the highest ranks of Paradise."

The Chatty Daddies
Use Your Strong Voice

The Chatty Daddies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 44:01


Numerators and Denominators, bad posture, and Nick found a way to get his son to stop using baby talk. Dad Bop of the Week Playlist: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2wCidXgsMUgS5lXQCFSn2V?si=dff36ec5f2ae46bb Leave us a message or text us at 972.454.0581Follow @ChattyDaddies on Instagram and Twitter and hit us up to ask us a question or tell us we're terrible parents. And click subscribe, so you can get a new episode of Chatty Daddies every Dadurday.

Reel Dudes Radio
Parents should go back to telling their kids they suck

Reel Dudes Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 44:31


In this wild episode of the podcast, Morgan and Alec give their completely unsolicited opinions on climate change, instagram business influencers, participation trophies and home schooling. If you enjoyed the episode please share and rate and do all the things to help the podcast grow!

Upworthy Weekly
12. Becoming Your Parents, Sarcasm and Intelligence, Gestures Women Love

Upworthy Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 57:05


What stories are Alison and Tod talking about this week? A doctor did a study and found the age that men and women start acting like their moms and dads. Parents are sharing the phrases they repeat all day, but their kids still refuse to listen. Studies show that sarcastic teens are sarcastic are smarter, and women share the small gestures that absolutely love.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Paws & Tales Paws-cast
Tools for Parents study guide: "The Truth about Truth"

Paws & Tales Paws-cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022


Tony Katz + The Morning News
House Bill 1134 Takes Away Decisions from Parents

Tony Katz + The Morning News

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 5:55


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Mornings on the Mall
1.21.22 - Hour 3: The war against Virginia students and parents begins

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 35:16


In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, Vince gets word of some Northern Virginia schools plans to punish students who show up unmasked in direct defiance of Governor Youngkin's order.  Asra Nomani from Parents Defending Education breaks the news. For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm. To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

TODAY
TODAY 3rd Hour: TODAY Exclusive — parents of conjoined twins share their story. Catching up with Jim Belushi. Chris Appleton shares trendy hairstyles.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 36:38


TODAY Exclusive — we're speaking with the parents of formerly conjoined twins. Plus, catching up with Jim Belushi — all about his reality series “Growing Belushi.” Also, celebrity hair stylist Chris Appleton is sharing some chic and trendy hair looks.

TODAY
TODAY 8a: Checking in with West Virginia reporter hit by car. TODAY Exclusive — parents of conjoined twins share their story. Mikaela Shiffrin on Winter Olympics.

TODAY

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 38:28


We're checking in with Tori Yorgey — the West Virginia reporter who was hit by a car during a live shot. Plus a TODAY Exclusive — parents of formerly conjoined twins share their story for the first time since the babies separation surgery. And with just 14 days to go until the Winter Olympics, we're catching up with two-time Olympic champion Mikaela Shiffrin.

Smart Social Podcast: Learn how to shine online with Josh Ochs
SmartSocial MomTalk with Beth & Andrea--Apple settings & Instagram updates 1.21.2022

Smart Social Podcast: Learn how to shine online with Josh Ochs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 17:03


Join the SmartSocial Parents Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/smartsocialparents Tell us what you think! https://smartsocial.com/contact View resources mentioned in today's podcast: Instagram: What Parents Need to Know https://smartsocial.com/post/instagram Apple Screen Time: Complete Guide for Parents https://smartsocial.com/post/apple-screen-time-guide Non-Violent Video Games: What Parents, Educators & Students Need to Know: https://smartsocial.com/post/non-violent-video-games Violent Video Games: What Parents, Educators, & Students Need to Know:https://smartsocial.com/post/violent-video-games Learn from Smart Social's resources: Join our free newsletter for parents and educators: https://smartsocial.com/newsletter/Register for a free online Parent Night to learn the hidden safety features on popular apps: https://smartsocial.com/social-media-webinar/Become a Smart Social VIP (Very Informed Parents) Member and unlock 30+ workshops (learn online safety and how to Shine Online™): https://learn.smartsocial.com/Download the free Smart Social app: https://smartsocial.com/appLearn the top 100 popular teen apps: https://smartsocial.com/app-guide-parents-teachers/View the top parental control software: https://smartsocial.com/parental-control-software/Learn the latest Teen Slang, Emojis & Hashtags: https://smartsocial.com/teen-slang-emojis-hashtags-list/Get ideas for offline activities for your students: https://smartsocial.com/offline-activities-reduce-screentime/Get Educational Online Activity ideas for your students: https://smartsocial.com/online-activities2022 Ultimate Guide To Child Sex Trafficking, Human Trafficking, Sextortion, & Online EnticementSubscribe to our podcast on:Apple Podcasts: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/id1269872857Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/feed/aHR0cHM6Ly9mZWVkcy5zaW1wbGVjYXN0LmNvbS9QNHA5SFZqYQ  Spotify Podcast: https://open.spotify.com/show/7qARbijEjiTHlttMaa2sZd?si=7AUFWl6PSQmBsq8DEjDghwYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/SafeSmartSocial/videos

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Commentary Magazine Podcast: The Attack on Parents Is Radicalizing Parents

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022


Today’s podcast goes through a spate of criticisms of parents for daring to speak out about the education of their children and how spectacularly self-destructive such efforts are on the part of the critics. Give a listen.

Commentary Magazine Podcast
The Attack on Parents Is Radicalizing Parents

Commentary Magazine Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 57:46


Today's podcast goes through a spate of criticisms of parents for daring to speak out about the education of their children and how spectacularly self-destructive such efforts are on the part of the critics. Give a listen.

Real Sh*t with Brit and Whit
79: Unbecoming with Ilana Gershon

Real Sh*t with Brit and Whit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 45:07


Ilana Gershon is on the podcast talking about her new book "Unbecoming". If you need to learn self care, meditation, taking time fore yourself, affirmations, and letting go of things that don't serve you. This one's for you! Special Guest: Ilana Gershon.

The Bert Show
She's The Only One Taking Care Of Her Parents & She's MAD!

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 8:42


Listener Rachel has shouldered all the responsibility of taking care of her parents after they've fallen ill and come upon hard times, and she's pretty resentful towards her brother and sister!Should she confront her siblings?  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

Flusterclux: Fix Anxiety With Lynn Lyons LICSW
Rage: Managing Our Anger in a Tinderbox World

Flusterclux: Fix Anxiety With Lynn Lyons LICSW

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 41:05


Rage. As we all grieve for a pre-pandemic world, we feel a lot of rage with our sadness. Anxiety expert and therapist Lynn Lyons talks about why we collectively feel anger and brings it home to our family and children. How do you help your children through outbursts? How do you raise kids who don't have outbursts as an adult? How do you manage your own rage?Flusterclux  Retreat on Parenting TeensSave the date for the weekend of April 9th! Join the Facebook group for first access to information and registration coming this month! The retreat will be held at the Woodstock Inn in Vermont. Registration will go live soon! 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.Follow UsJoin the Facebook group 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.

La Matrescence
REPLAY - Apprendre à gérer ses émotions en tant qu'adultes - Clotilde Dusoulier coach en développement personnel

La Matrescence

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 45:30


Je suis en congé maternité à partir du 10 janvier 2021 pour accueillir ma 3e petite fille. Pendant les semaines qui arrivent, ce sont des rediffusions qui seront proposées sur le podcast de la Matrescence tous les vendredis. Sur 103 épisodes, vous en avez forcément manqué ;-) A très vite!Episode diffusé en octobre 2019Clotilde Dusoulier est coach de vie, elle est diplômée de ‘The Life coach school”, une école américaine qui propose une approche très pragmatique pour résoudre les problèmes que l'on rencontre dans notre quotidien. Ca tombe bien, en devenant parents on en rencontre plein!A travers son podcast “Oui change ma vie” Clotilde vous aide à faire le tri et mettre des mots sur vos émotions.Clotilde s'adresse tout particulièrement aux jeunes mamans qui vivent ces changements de vie avec certaines difficultés.Je suis une fidèle de son podcast qui génère des millions d'écoutes. J'avais donc très envie de pousser la discussion un peu plus loin sur la maternité et les bouleversements que cela engendre.Avec “Oui change ma vie”, Clotilde vous fournit une palette d'outils extrêmement utiles pour arriver à naviguer cette période intense. Et elle l'admet elle-même, ce tourbillon elle l'a vécu et ça a changé sa vie!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

DRB Kids
DRB Kids January 21st, 22

DRB Kids

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 6:00


Week Two Reflections with Hunter, for Parents:  https://youtu.be/LnEfwjAyYzA Genesis 39:2-21

Issues, Etc.
Soundbite 2 – Pr. Hans Fiene Responding to Parents of Children Who Have Fallen Away from the Faith

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 0:52


The Dom Giordano Program
Forced Masking Pic Goes Viral, Angers Local Parents

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 41:46


Full Hour | Today, Dom Giordano led off the Dom show by giving his thoughts on a photo that has gone viral and outraged local parents, showing a teacher in the North Penn School District taping a mask to a student's face. Giordano explains why he finds the photo disgusting, and tells that the parents who discovered this instance will be joining the show at 1:30 today. Then, Giordano circles back to the conversation that has dominated the show, discussing updates around a letter sent by State Senator Jake Corman calling for the impeachment of Larry Krasner. Then Dr. Rebecca Grant, national security analyst in Washington, D.C., joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss a huge gaffe in yesterday's Biden press conference, in which he essentially greenlit a Russia invasion into Ukraine. Grant, earlier this week, penned an opinion piece for Fox News explaining how an invasion into Ukraine is a lose-lose situation for Vladimir Putin, but Grant explains the situation has since evolved due to Biden's words at the press conference. Dr. Grant takes us inside the situation unfolding in Ukraine, and tells how the Biden administration should handle a potential escalation with Russia. (Photo by Getty Images)

Colorado Matters
Jan. 20, 2022: Parents talk about fentanyl impact; Hancock on housing, public safety

Colorado Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 48:58


Parents who lost their children to fentanyl talk about the deadly epidemic. Then, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock is in Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Conference of Mayors. We ask about his priorities, including affordable housing and public safety. Plus, building codes after the Marshall Fire, and a college degree 50 years in the making.

The Steve Gruber Show
Tori Sachs, Michigan Democratic Party deletes post questioning parents' role in schools

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 7:30


Tori Sachs is the executive director from the Michigan Freedom Fund. Michigan Democratic Party deletes post questioning parents' role in schools

Have Kids, They Said…
Poppin' Croissants

Have Kids, They Said…

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 46:00


Wether it's singing songs or passing gas, kids can be loud. Parents can be too- and sometimes, we wish the kids weren't listening...

Eric in the Morning
The Music Your Parents Introduced You To and Wordle Tips 1/20/2022

Eric in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 19:07


Mix Listeners told us about the various genres of music their parents introduced to them and Nikki gives her Wordle tips. Listen to Mix Mornings weekdays from 5:30am – 10:00am on 101.9fm The Mix in Chicago, at wtmx.com, and on our free Mix App available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins
S2E20: Cross-Cultural Education and Folk Songs with Wendi Capehart

The New Mason Jar with Cindy Rollins

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 47:30


It is by the aid of imagination that a child comes to love people who do not belong to his own country, and as he learns the history of their great deeds and noble efforts, he is eager to learn something of the country in which they lived….of the causes that made the people what they are. E. A. Parish, Parents' Review, VOl. 25, No. 5, 1914 Show Summary: Today's guest is Wendi Capehart, veteran homeschool mom, world-traveler, and member of the AmblesideOnline Advisory How Wendi first found out about Charlotte Mason What would you say to people concerned that Charlotte Mason is too Western or “white-centric”? What suggestions do you have for people wanting to add more cross-cultural awareness to a Charlotte Mason education? What part do folk songs play in a Charlotte Mason education? Books and Links Mentioned: “Imagination As a Powerful Factor in a Well-Balance Mind” by E. A. Parish For the Children's Sake by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay The Big Book of Home Learning by Mary Pride Extending the Table: Recipes and Stories from Afghanistan to Zambia by Joetta Schlabach The Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Commission Home Education by Charlotte Mason A Philosophy of Education by Charlotte Mason American Folk Songs for Children by Mike and Peggy Seeger Find Cindy and Wendi: Morning Time for Moms Cindy's Patreon Discipleship Group Mere Motherhood Facebook Group The Literary Life Podcast Cindy's Facebook Cindy's Instagram Wendi's Instagram Wendi's Blog

Church of Lazlo Podcasts
Wednesday 01.19.22 - The Church of Lazlo Podcast

Church of Lazlo Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 82:11


If you're an average or below average-looking guy, what can you do to be more attractive? Lose some weight? Gain some muscle? Make more money? Get hair plugs? Sure, that stuff probably works but you could also just put on a mask. It's scientifically proven to make average dudes more attractive. *If you're single, don't be sad. Embrace the hot new trend! Solo Living! *Doomscrolling!! 5G vs Airlines. Russia vs Ukraine. Snapchat vs Parents. Britney vs Jamie Lynn. *The Gen X Museum is coming! Lazlo is Mr. Gen X and that's why we want him to be the Museum Director. *Snowcone's family is now in charge of coming up with content for the show and things are getting weird. *Have a great day! See you tomorrow! -Everybody Wang Chung!! 

Transformed You with Mark & Melissa DeJesus
Let’s Talk About Your Parents

Transformed You with Mark & Melissa DeJesus

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 40:43


If you are passionate about mental, emotional and relationships health, you will need to take the journey of understanding your relationship with your parents. Some avoid this at all costs. Others wash over it without healthy awareness. There is good, bad and even ugly that many experience when it comes to our relationship with our […] The post Let's Talk About Your Parents appeared first on Mark DeJesus.

Afford Anything
Ask Paula: I'm Worried My Parents Are Getting Ripped Off By Their Financial Advisor … Help!

Afford Anything

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 61:56


#360: I'm worried my parents are getting ripped off by their financial advisor. What should I do? My wife is trying to qualify for student loan forgiveness … but we might lose a bunch of tax benefits in the process. Is it worth the risk? I'm enrolling in grad school, and I want to optimize how to pay for rent and groceries. Should I use money from a 529 plan? Three callers. Three questions. In today's episode, former financial planner Joe Saul-Sehy and I tackle these tough Q's. Enjoy! Do you have a question on business, money, trade-offs, financial independence strategies, travel, or investing? Leave it here and we'll answer them in a future episode. Subscribe to the show notes at https://affordanything.com/shownotes

The Pete Kaliner Show
Pete Kaliner: I Support The Parents Who Want School To Be More Than Daycare

The Pete Kaliner Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 28:34


In the first hour of the show, Pete fights for his belief in school choice in North Carolina and talks about how the current K-12 school system is failing our youth. He wraps the hour talking about how Governor Roy Cooper needs to be taken to task for standing in the way of fixing the school system.  Support the show: https://www.patreon.com/petekalinershow See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Zakir Naik
Why are some People Born with Congenital Defects If this is a Test to Parents then why are...

Zakir Naik

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 4:54


Karson & Kennedy
PDA In Front of Your Parents

Karson & Kennedy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 6:39


Do You Kiss your significant other in front of your parents?

Holmberg's Morning Sickness
01-19-22 - BR - WED - Placebo Effect Caused Phantom Symptoms In Covid Testers - Google Apologizes To Parents For Changes To White Noise App - PPPPN Teen Had Knotted USB In Urethra And Man Used Spray Foam In His Urethra

Holmberg's Morning Sickness

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 27:18


Holmberg's Morning Sickness - Brady Report - Wednesday January 19, 2022

The Bert Show
Should She Tell These Parents What Happened To Their Kids Under Her Supervision?

The Bert Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 5:22


Over the weekend, her sister's kids hosted a sleepover. The kids spent most of their time in the basement, and everything seemed fine.The next day she realized that half a bottle of booze was missing. She quickly realized the kids were drinking. They have begged her not to tell their parents.So what does she do?! Tell the parents or protect herself? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Become a member at https://plus.acast.com/s/the-bert-show.

Notes from the Backpack
Do My Child's Test Scores Really Matter?

Notes from the Backpack

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 27:46


Parents can often feel overwhelmed when they receive their child's test scores. What do the scores mean and do they even matter? Dr. Andrew Ho, a professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, breaks down what you need to know about standardized testing so you can understand what really matters for your child's learning and development. Resources: Review Andrew's helpful resource, https://scholar.harvard.edu/files/andrewho/files/testquestions.pdf (Questions to Ask About Educational Tests) Read “https://ptaourchildren.org/take-the-stress-out-of-standardized-tests/ (Take The Stress Out of Standardized Tests)” on PTA's Our Children online magazine Follow Dr. Andrew Ho on social media at https://twitter.com/andrewdeanho (@AndrewDeanHo )

Yoga | Birth | Babies
Supporting Formula Fed Babies & Parents with Dr. Bridget Young

Yoga | Birth | Babies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 51:00


There is so much information about supporting breastfeeding right now, particularly on social media. With it's current popularity as something “good moms” do formula or bottle feeding parents are left in the dark.  In this episode of Yoga|Birth|Babies, I speak with doctor of perinatal and pediatric nutrition, Dr. Bridget Young about the stigma around formula feeding and how to choose what is best for your baby.  Dr. Young shares indications that your baby may be dealing with allergies from breastmilk or formula intolerance and explains the different options for formula. She also offers some of her favorite bottle feeding tips! Don't forget to grab your FREE guide, 5 Simple Solutions to the Most Common Pregnancy Pains HERE  Get the most out of each episode by checking out the show notes with links, resources and other related podcasts at: prenatalyogacenter.com If you love what you've been listening to, please leave a rating and review! Yoga| Birth|Babies To connect with Deb and the PYC Community:  Instagram & Facebook: @prenatalyogacenter Youtube: Prenatal Yoga Center Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

PBS NewsHour - Segments
Can omicron cause severe disease in unvaccinated kids? Here's what parents should know

PBS NewsHour - Segments

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 10:08


As the omicron variant continues to spread, children under the age of five are still ineligible for vaccinations -- leaving many families in limbo and wondering how best to navigate everyday life. We hear from some parents across the country about how they are coping nearly two years into the pandemic, and Stephanie Sy tackles some of the burning questions surrounding the subject. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders

Trish Intel Podcast
Jan 18 - Corrupt Wokeism Wants Your Kids

Trish Intel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 18:23


Democrats in Michigan are under fire for admitting in a social media post that parents are "NOT" 'clients' of public schools and that children should be taught what 'society wants them to know.' Parents should not be involved in their kids' education as the deep state government bureaucrats in Michigan see it.  Is it any wonder that a mass number of Americans have migrated to the Republican Party in the last year? For more, check out my LOCALS channel at https://Locals.TrishRegan.com. Support the show: https://trishregan.store/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast
Political Pendulum Swinging Back to the Right? Guest: Dr. Ben Carson

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 52:16


On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast - has a majority of America seen the light? From the 1/6 obsession, bumbling Brandon, the failed Kyle Rittenhouse narrative, the Afghanistan debacle, Bidenflation, critical race theory, Fauci/mask/vax mandate authoritarianism, trans mania, the epic crime wave, labeling parents as terrorists, BLM's free pass, no China accountability, record jobless claims, rising gas prices, Mad Max-Schumer-Lightfoot-Whitmer-DeBlasio-Newsom-Cuomo, AOC in Miami hypocrisy - the political pendulum seems to have swung back toward the Right. Jerome Hudson goes into detail about new polling suggesting a shift in society's mindset. But can the GOP capitalize, hang on, and make it happen in November? Our featured guest today is former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Dr. Ben Carson. He joined Jerome to talk about his American Cornerstone Institute, how we are proceeding as a country, and how we need to educate our kids today on the values that this country was founded upon.     

Life Kit: All Guides
How to talk to your Latinx parents about mental health

Life Kit: All Guides

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 22:48


Shame and stigma play a huge role in discouraging folks in the Latinx community from seeking mental health care — and talking about it with their families. These steps can help you prepare for the conversation with your loved ones.

Speak The Truth
Dear White Parents

Speak The Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 23:55


This is for you --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/speak-the-truth1/support

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan
512 - Aunt Dot and Uncle Dan (My Back-up Parents)

Tangentially Speaking with Christopher Ryan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 87:30


Meet my Aunt Dot and Uncle Dan, two of my all-time favorite humans. As a little kid, I felt an extra layer of love and protection from these two, knowing that if anything ever happened to my parents, one or both of them would take care of me. Every kid should be so lucky. You can listen to my previous conversation with Uncle Dan here. Find me on Instagram or Twitter. Please consider supporting this podcast. This Amazon affiliate link kicks a few bucks back my way. Intro music: “Brightside of the Sun,” by Basin and Range; last minute of "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," by CSNY; "One Step Up," by Bruce Springsteen.