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This week, in recognition of pride month, we're talking about how to better understand and support our non-binary and transgender children. Although the LGBTQ+ community has gained more acceptance and support over the years, statistics show that most remain closeted in fear of discrimination. They are also at far more serious risk for depression, suicide, and victimization. My goal is to answer questions, clear up misconceptions, and put some fears to rest so we can show up for our children the way they need us to. In this episode I'm joined by my nephew, Matthias, to talk about gender identity, what it means to be non-binary, and how to best support our children as they transition. Matt is also an LGBTQ+ Tik Tok advocate at www.tiktok.com/@matthiaussy. Thanks for Listening! Thanks so much for listening to our podcast! If you enjoyed this episode and think that others would appreciate the guidance and encouragement, please take a quick moment to rate and review. Reviews from my listeners are extremely valuable and greatly appreciated. Review on iTunes. Subscribe to the Podcast If you would like to get automatic updates of new podcast episodes, you can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, YouTube, Google, Spotify. You can also subscribe from the podcast app on your mobile device or listen LIVE in my Private Facebook Group.
One of the measures taken to prevent virus transmission has been social distancing and lockdown, but these can have their own negative health impact. A study on the behaviour of teens undertaken during the pandemic identified some of the particular health risks for this group.
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The teenage years are a time of radical change. But it's not just our teenagers who must go through change. Parenting styles and roles rapidly evolve as our children move closer to adulthood. In this episode I discuss three different types of parenting styles. We review why the drill sergeant and the helicopter parent fail to prepare our teens for adulthood. Instead, we should aim to become consultants that empower our teens with greater responsibility and ownership of their actions. If this topic is helpful to you, I highly recommend you check out Parenting Teens with Love and Logic by Jim Fay and Foster W. Cline Resources Mentioned: Sign up for my Things for Thursday Email: https://tinyurl.com/292kv68y I discussed this topic in more detail in a very early episode of Let's Parent on Purpose: https://letsparentonpurpose.com/2017/02/20/lpop-9-whatsyour-parenting-style/ Parenting Teens with Love and Logic: Preparing Adolescents for Responsible Adulthood: https://amzn.to/3xi6uA8 Support Let's Parent on Purpose! https://letsparentonpurpose.com/ support/
In tonight's Saturday Night Special I interview Rachel Murphy. I ask Rachel to share how her journey led her to writing a book on teaching teens how to handle money. I also ask Rachel to talk with you about some of the good (and bad) ways we teach kids about money. I also ask Rachel to share how her faith journey intersects with her call to write this book. Show Notes and Resources.
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“It's Not the End of the World,” chapters 20-22. Judy Blume paints the portrait of a 7th grader dealing with her parents' divorce in 1972 and things are getting wild! Karen and Val have a strange bath party, Dad makes a terrible announcement, and there's some diorama drama. Jody and Alison chat about nudist resorts and shaving lies. Tune in for vintage ads, dramatic readings, and the usual shenanigans. It's a Judy Blume book club. Join us every week!
Food insecurity amongst Canadians is growing, and an alarming 60% of Canadians are finding it difficult to afford groceries. Lori Nikkel, CEO of Second Harvest is also worried, and joins me today to share why. She also has some tips for ensuring the food in your home lasts longer, and what to look for in the grocery store. Anne Brodie has entertainment this week starting with Richard Attenborough's The Green Planet which Anne says is one of the best produced and most breathtaking nature docs she's ever seen, plus The Forgiven starring Jessica Chastain and Ralph Fiennes in a stark portrayal of haves and have-nots, plus Mr. Malcolm's List and much more over on whatshesaidtalk.com. Summer holidays have arrived and parents everywhere are asking now what? It can be challenging to keep kids busy while ensuring they keep learning. Thankfully parents have Knowledge Kids to rely on to help. Michele Paris, Senior Manager of Children's Programming at Knowledge Kids joins me to share details on their new series, Luna, Chip and Inkie: Adventure Rangers Go! Perfect for young kids! If you're thinking about forcing your teen to spend some time with you this long weekend, you may want to listen to What What She Said's Expert on all things teen, Aly Pain joins me to discuss why you shouldn't force together time and how to leet go of the guilt that you only have a few summers left with your teens. The world is in the grips of a mental health crisis, and people everywhere are looking for creative ways to rein in their anxiety and find peace. Gabriella Vamvakidis joins me to talk about how Copperwood Trail, a home-based horse farm which helps people find peace by interacting with horses. Finally, you'll want to stick around to hear about Understory Botanicals, an up and coming skin care company from Southern Ontario that is brings together the best of botanical ingredients with the best of clinical ingredients. Maria Ramey, founder of Understory Botanicals joins me to share why her skin care is different. Social Lori Nikkel Website: www.secondharvest.ca Twitter: https://twitter.com/SecondHarvestCA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/secondharvestca/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SecondHarvestCA Linked in: https://www.linkedin.com/in/lori-nikkel-41011ba/ Other https://www.linkedin.com/company/secondharvestca/ Anne Brodie Twitter: https://twitter.com/annebrodie Website: whatshesaidtalk.com Michele Paris Website: https://www.knowledgekids.ca/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/kpassiton Instagram: https://instagram.com/knowledge.kids?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y= Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/knowledgekids#!/knowledgekids App: https://www.knowledgekids.ca/apps Aly Pain Website : https://www.alypain.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/AlyPain Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alypain Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AlyPainStraightTalkFierceLove/ TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@alypain?source=h5_m Gabriella Vamvakidis Website: http://www.copperwoodtrail.com/ Maria Ramey Website: www.understorybotanicals.com Twitter: @understorybotanicals Instagram: @understorybotanicals
Join John, Scott, Mark, Mike and Dana with special guests Monica Laverdiere and Jean Delemater talking about the fundraiser for Christmas for Teens at Oxford Plains Speedway and this weeks Motorsports Racing Update from In The Pits!!
Joining host Michael Azevedo on this episode of Making Media Now is Marcy Kaye, Co-Founder and Executive Producer of Storybooth, a digital storytelling platform that invites teens to record and submit their own stories and share them with the world engaging and entertaining animations via YouTube, IG, Snapchat, and TickTok. There is also a daily Storybooth podcast on Spotify. Storybooth got its start on YouTube in 2015, and to date has animated close to 300 audio clips chronicling teens' and young adults' struggles with everything from racism to toxic friend groups to realizing your parents aren't that great to pregnancy scares to the full gamut of high school faux pas. The company's channel counts 4.55 million subscribers and currently nets around 4 million views per month. Making Media Now is sponsored by Filmmakers Collaborative, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting media makers from across the creative spectrum. From providing fiscal sponsorship to presenting an array of informative and educational programs, FC supports creatives at every step in their journey. About the host: www.mrazvo.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-azevedo/ Sound Engineer: A.J. Kierstead
Raising teen girls can have its challenges, but if you know these secrets, you'll not only survive but be able to have a healthy relationship with your daughter. The secrets to raising teen girls are centered around communication. About Colleen O'Grady Colleen is a licensed therapist, coach, and trainer who helps moms reduce drama, reclaim their lives, and dial up the dream with their teen(s) and young adult(s). She has a thriving private practice in Houston, TX, and coaches oms from around the world. After 50,000 hours of working with parents and teens and being a mom in the trenches with her own teenage daughter, she published her award-winning and best-selling book Dial Down the Drama: Reducing Conflict and Reconnecting with Your Teenage Daughter---A Guide for Mothers Everywhere. Her sequel, Dial-Up the Dream: Make Your Daughters Journey to Adulthood the Best for Both of You is also available wherever books are sold. Colleen has shared her message of practical hope with moms worldwide in Parents Magazine, Wall Street Journal Lunch Break, popular parenting podcasts, and on the red carpet at TEDx Wilmington. She is also the host of the Power Your Parenting: Moms with Teens podcast. Colleen started her journey as a youth minister. She was immersed in the world of teens. The teens thought she was a rockstar. She saw the great side of teens through this journey. Once she became a psychotherapist, she began seeing the worst of teens, and the hard stories of teenagers, and she had her own daughter. As she navigated her relationship with her daughter, she started studying neuroscience around our stress response. The human brain is not fully developed until the age of 25. Kids will mature at different rates, but no matter the rate of maturity, they are not able to make great decisions all the time. People often spend a lot of time in the fight, flight, or freeze mode because we don't know how to handle situations, both kids and adults. Staying calm amidst the drama Timing is everything. If your daughter is stressed, hungry, intoxicated, angry, or emotionally flooded, it is not the right time to have a conversation. Likewise, if you are in any of these states, it is not a good idea to have a conversation with your teen daughter. Give space instead of addressing things immediately. The contain the situation and talk later rule for raising teen girls Daughters are hard-wired for drama and are hard-wired to make mistakes. It is not personal when she acts out. It is a normal part of development. Therefore, it is important not to feel like a failure. Giving yourself time to calm yourself down is helpful for having a healthy relationship. Like with everything in life, it is important not to compare your daughter with other girls. Let them be who they are and discover themselves. Likewise, choose the battles versus focusing on the things that don't really matter. Perfectionism and raising teen girls As moms, we feel the need to be the perfect mom, and that our daughters need to be the perfect daughter. If we are feeling this way, we are going to make our daughters feel that we don't care about them, we only care about perfection. Drama kills the relationship. Therefore, it is important to dial down the drama to build a connection. Don't let the drama control the connection with your daughter. Be intentional about connection by dialing down the drama. If there is drama all the time, you will miss out on great moments with your daughter. Instead of being a monitor when raising teen girls, build in focused time to be present Get up, give me your phone, and go to bed, constantly being in this mode is just managing your teen. Take the monitor hat off and commit to being with your daughter for 20 minutes a day. Be the mom who she sees laugh. Be present for her at least 20 minutes a day. When she sees that you aren't always pouncing on her, she will let you in more and more of her life. Robyn emphasized that it is important for your daughter to know that she can come to you with anything and have a conversation about anything, versus them feeling afraid of being judged by us. This demonstrates acceptance of imperfection. When raising teen girls, the best way to discipline your teen is... Colleen suggested that the best way to discipline is in a way that will help your teen grow. If your teen was drinking at a party, ask what skills she needs in these situations. Did she succumb to peer pressure? Is there something else going on? Teach them skills to handle situations versus punishing them out of anger. Powerless and powerful messaging when raising teen girls We can empower our daughters, or we can take the power away depending on how we treat our daughters. An example, it feels selfish to take care of us or to put ourselves last. If we don't take care of ourselves, we are the worse version of mom for our daughters, and this will push them away. It is critical to be self-aware of your own emotions. When raising teen girls, it is important to note that a powerless message in their junior and senior years of high school is to focus more on their end goal for their future than to communicate and be in a relationship with them. There is such an emphasis on future focus and all we can see is the best college, applications, etc. It feels like as moms we must push them over the finish line, and then they'll say thank you. But if for two years we have the future focus, we miss out on the relationship and their well-being. It is best to have a holistic view of success. If your child gets into the ivy league schools but hates their life, that is not success. Make room for connection and pay attention to your daughter's well-being. Don't lose sight of well-being. Don't miss these years. Our children have a sense of pressure, and we don't need to add to that, especially if they already have anxiety. The six keys to healing conversations when raising teen girls Your daughter is not going to come to you and ask for a healing conversation. But, out of the blue, when they are in college, they will come to you and tell you everything that's wrong with you. It is easy to get upset, hurt, and angry. Mother's always get blamed. But when your daughter attacks you, it is really about her, her being stuck in her own life. Clear motive Having a clear motive is important so that you can pause and focus on why your daughter is hurting. Slow it down The second key is slow it down. Your teen will create a story about you and any situation. Slowing it down is saying “hold up, let's go back to “one thing” because there is a lot that you are saying, but let's go back to that one thing and fix that first. Be curious Listening with curiosity is the next step. This means putting judgment aside. Our defensive reaction is” you are so immature”, or “you are so entitled”. Instead, say “so tell me what happened that made you think that I don't care about you, I would love to know about that”. Your curiosity will soften her anger. Then you can have a conversation. Take time This may seem counterintuitive. But instead of having multiple conversations going in one text, have one-topic conversations. And a lot of them. This will prove less overwhelming and result in less anger and overwhelming for both of you. Own our part This applies to high school and middle school. The first place we go to as a mother is to say that is so wrong or so rude. But often times this results in the teen getting more defensive and angrier. Maybe you know that your daughter is 99% wrong, but if you own your part, even if only 1%, it will make it easier for you and a big difference for her. If she says that you are so stressed, or afraid recognize how you are feeling. Respond with “you know when you said I was stressed, I am sorry that I was so intense. You may trigger your daughter to apologize and say she was hard on you too. When we own our own part, our daughters may soften and own their part as well. This may feel like defeat, but it is about healing. A heartfelt apology We can give a really lousy apology like okay, I'm sorry but... A heartfelt apology is when you pray, meditate, and give yourself time to understand it. It takes empathy to see it from her perspective and context. And express this to her and tell her what you are going to do to be more mindful going forward. Don't miss the moments when raising teens When your teen wants to talk or share something, don't let the moments go by without engaging with her. When you stop and listen, you will create amazing memories. Learn more about Colleen O'Grady and connect with her: Website for Colleen O'Grady Dial Down the Drama Book Dial-Up the Dream Book Facebook Instagram LinkedIn Power Your Parenting: Moms with Teens Podcast If you or your teen are experiencing anxiety, download my free eBook on Alleviating Anxiety by Developing Health Habits for a Healthy Mind.
One of our great spiritual forefathers, the reformer Martin Luther, stood up for truth and did so without regard to the cost it might bring. Luther knew that ultimate truth was found in God's Word. Throughout history, followers of Jesus Christ have studied and followed God's Word knowing that it is the only reliable guide for all matters of faith and life. In today's world where our kids are led to believe that truth is up for grabs and even personally determined, parents need to teach their kids to study, trust, and follow God's unchanging Word. Luther's words regarding God's word are good words for us to heed as parents. Luther writes, “No greater mischief can happen to a Christian people, than to have God's word taken from them, or falsified, so that they no longer have it pure and clear.” Parents, since you are primarily responsible for the spiritual growth and nurture of you kids, don't engage in the mischief of keeping your kids from hearing God's life-giving Word.
I finally did it. I recorded my first episode in the Age Gap series, where I break my life down in key moments by age. On this first episode I talk about my pre-teens age 10 to 13. You'll hear about how I became agnostic & lost my virginity by 12 (it was a big year). I also realize well discussing this how much of my life was impacted by these years. Next episode in the series will be 14-18 (aka High School) it gets crazier, that's for sure.
Annette Hines host of Parenting Impossible – The Special Needs Survival Podcast Co-Founder and President Elliot Kallen of A Brighter Day an organization created in memory of Kallen's son who committed suicide. A Brighter Day in San Ramon, CA provides resources for teens and their parents to reduce stress and depression and prevent teen suicide. His research uncovered shocking facts such as higher suicide rates in more affluent communities and the frightening impact of social media on increasing teen depression. Suicide is preventable. Kallen shares ways that families can support their teens through ways such as modeling how to enjoy life, slowing down, eating a daily cell-phone-free family meal, asking probing questions to learn about your teen and what's happening in their life. Concerning signs to look for include anxious body language, changes in sleeping and eating habits, hopelessness--no idea for tomorrow, concerning websites your teen is visiting and friend activities. Find help and resources as a teen or a parent clicking here: https://abrighterday.org. We would love to hear what you think about this episode. Please leave a comment: https://bit.ly/3yfQsIv
My favorite teenager is visiting us this week so we chatted all things social media and growing up in this new arena. Gwen has her head on straight and I know you'll love hearing from her. Enjoy this episode and if you have any questions her IG @gwendolyn_6 ❤️
Darrell Cronk, chief investment officer for Wells Fargo Wealth and Investment Management, says that investors have endured the toughest start to a year for stocks and bonds in decades, but the mounting troubles should culminate in a recession in the second half of the year, with the downturn going deeper before a real recovery occurs. Cronk says that he thinks if the Standard & Poor's 500 were to hit 3,300, valuations will be so compelling that he will be "pounding the table" to get clients to buy. Also on the show, Tom Lydon of VettaFi.com makes a managed-futures fund that has posted strong performance amid the market's troubles his ETF of the Week, John Boroff, vice president of youth investing at Fidelity Investments discusses the 2022 results from its "Teens and Money Study," and Chuck answers a listener's question about required minimum distributions for this year.
D&D podcaster and expert Mark Garkusha joins Ashley and myself to talk Strange Things Season 4 (1st half?) Mark Garkusha is an actor, voice artist, writer, and lifelong nerd. You can find him on instagram and twitter as @markdmitri and his D&D/TTRPG cast as @castdiepodcastWe love feedback! To ask questions or let us know what you think, contact us atEmail: Matthew@TheEthicalPanda.comTwitter: https://EthicalPanda77Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheEthicalPandaOr go to our website www.theethicalpanda.com for more information, contact info and to find all of our podcasts!
In this next Freedom Talk, we ask the questions: How do we be detached with our teenage children? What do we do if our teenage child tells us they are not motivated to go to school because they have not found their purpose?FREEDOM TALKS are our bite-sized episodes with Vivekji featuring questions from seekers across the world. Want to join Meaningful Mornings? Learn more.For those on the journey of self-development, Chinmaya Mission Niagara provides a community forum to listen, reflect, and contemplate. This podcast is produced by young adults of Chinmaya Mission, an international non-profit organization working to transform individuals through the knowledge of Vedanta.
Are you excited about getting rich, but not be old enough to buy your own real estate? There's plenty you can do right now to get started on your path to wealth! Join Kris as he lays out the exact game plan to follow if you're in your teens, to become financially free by the time you're in your mid twenties(or sooner!) This is your recipe for success!
Here I talk to Rosemary Mosco about her career and brand new book, Flowers are Pretty . . . Weird (Tundra, 2022). Rosemary makes books, articles, cartoons and graphics that connect people with the natural world. Her nature comics were the subject of an award-winning museum exhibit and are collected in a book that was a 2019 ALA Great Graphic Novel for Teens. She co-wrote the New York Times bestseller The Atlas Obscura Explorer's Guide for the World's Most Adventurous Kid. Flowers are Pretty . . . Weird explores the science of flowers and shows that these plants are not always stereotypically pretty and harmless as we often think they are -- they are fascinating, disgusting, complicated and amazing. Mel Rosenberg is a professor of microbiology (Tel Aviv University, emeritus) who fell in love with children's books as a small child and now writes his own. He is also the founder of Ourboox, a web platform that allows anyone to create and share awesome flipbooks. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
In today's solo episode I am giving you my tips on how to maintain your mental health as a college student! After wrapping up my freshman year at the University of Pennsylvania, I've put together this comprehensive episode to help you feel prepared to navigate college life! I've broken it down into 5 categories: routine, relationships, rest, recreation, and resources! I tell you everything I wish I knew before starting my freshman year and cover topics like choosing classes, taking mental health days, avoiding burnout, roommates, making friends, naps, hobbies, free time, exercise, and more! At the end of the episode, I answer YOUR questions about college + mental health! MENTIONED + https://asana.com/ (Asana) + https://www.notion.so/ (Notion) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep104 (Ep. 104 Sleep Deprivation, Insomnia, + Night Routine Tips for Teens feat. Generation Sleepless Authors Heather Turgeon + Julie Wright) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep39?rq=foolproof (Ep. 39 Your Foolproof Guide to a Good Night's Sleep (+ 2 Guided Sleep Meditation Practices)) + https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07D23CFGR?tag=onamzsadiekil-20&linkCode=ssc&creativeASIN=B07D23CFGR&asc_item-id=amzn1.ideas.BUSRSZXXXINI (Atomic Habits by James Clear) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep94 (Ep. 94 Staying Healthy in College: Managing Sleep, Stress, Exercise, Nutrition, Substances, and More feat. Jill + Dave Henry) + https://www.shepersistedpodcast.com/podcast-episodes/ep55 (Ep. 55 Mental Health Advice for High School Students) SHOP GUEST RECOMMENDATIONS: https://amzn.to/3A69GOC (https://amzn.to/3A69GOC) EPISODE SPONSOR
This episode is not for little kids. It's not for adults either. It's specifically for cool 13 to 18 year olds. We talk about all the swaggy and dope stuff that 13 to 18 year olds are into. Like uhhhhhh burger king and uhhh robot chicken and airsoft. Also Mira is here. She's not a kid but she's cool so that's ok I guess. Send your emails to: firstname.lastname@example.org Music By Justin Wabs
Deedra and Megan are recording from a youth conference in the mountains in Colorado and remembering their own teenage selves. If we could go back, what would we want to say to our younger selves? What do we wish we had known back then? Teens and young adults are trying to figure out how to move through the world in a way that makes them feel safe and loved, but the truth is, we are all affected by trauma in some form, and when we aren't aware of what triggers or floods that part of our brain, we tend to put up guards rather than connect to the love of the Father.The book Deedra mentions can be found here: What Happened to You?
Chronique fatigue in kids and teens is not about going to bed too late. It's a long-term condition marked by extreme fatigue or tiredness that doesn't go away with rest. Like Supergirl's doctor explained: it's like having a jetlag 24/7 and no matter how much you sleep or naps you take, it won't go away. It effects school attendance, school results, physical health, and even worse: a kid's social life and happiness. In this episode of the Special Needs Supermom podcast: what can cause chronique fatigue, what are possible symptoms, why special needs kids have a higher risk and what can you do as a parent? Disclosure: I am no doctor. So please don't self-diagnose. If you think your kid is struggling with this, please contact a specialist. If the doctor doesn't take it seriously? Go find one who does. Stay sane & stay happy. Nadine Find and recharge your superpowers at:- www.specialneedssupermompodcast.com - IG: @specialneedssupermompodcast - FB: www.facebook.com/specialneedssupermompodcastSupermom tribeLooking for a private tribe just for fellow special needs moms to hang out, share stories, laugh, cry, get inspired, share tips and keep sane? Join the private Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/specialneedssupermoms Sponsors and partnershipEmail email@example.com for sponsor opportunities and partnership possibilities.
We all have to face the challenges of living in today's world. But the population that is especially challenged is with our youth. Children once danced and sang with the fairies while growing up. Today's children are being flooded with bad news, a lot of abuse especially during lockdowns, judgements on what they should or should not be doing, etc.Teens are facing living on a planet that is so toxic, and they can't see or dream a positive future. These groups of teens are having panic attacks and many are tragically committing suicide.Renee Baribeau and Sandra Ingerman address this important topic and we hope that you will join us!Follow us on YouTube ShamansTV.com
Hey friends, ** format change** I am mixing things up and skipping the intro and outro that you have been hearing for many episodes. We jump right into this wonderful talk. Loss and grief are real and I think its important to honor the process and also I am so inspired by Elliot's courage and the hope that he inspires in others. Elliot's BIO: Elliot H Kallen is a leader who brings over 30 years of passion and robust entrepreneurial business ownership experience to his elite Financial Planning & Advising practice. He has built international organizations, been a CEO of two other companies before forming Prosperity Financial Group, Inc. and is a frequent keynote speaker to charities, podcasts and radio shows on motivation, leadership, charitable work, marketing and various financial subjects. Elliot holds a BA degree in both Accounting and Economics from Rutgers University in New Jersey and has served on various Boards, as an active member and/or President, including The Boys and Girls Clubs of the Diablo Valley, the American Cancer Society of Contra Costa County & Congregation B'nai Shalom, where he has been actively involved in raising millions of dollars for these organizations. As President of Prosperity Financial Group, he has led his organization to be actively involved with many charities as this has been a lifelong theme. Elliot is also President of A Brighter Day Charity, the 501c(3) he began following the suicide of his youngest son, Jake, in 2015. This charity unites stress and depression resources with teens and their parents with the goal of stopping teen suicide. The resources of A Brighter Day have touched thousands of families and is having a major impact on the lives of our teens. You can visit him online: https://abrighterday.info/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abrighterdaycharity/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uniteforabrighterday End of Show Notes: Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a guest on the podcast. Please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/jared-diehl-the-louder-now-podcast/id1454818946 Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theloudernowpodcast/
LGBTQ teens can have a good time in a safe space at the annual Santa Monica High School Queer Prom without the fear of experiencing hate or discrimination. The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade set a new precedent in the United States. Does that mean other rights are at stake, too? A local hospitality company is restoring Tail o' the Pup, an iconic hot dog stand in West Hollywood. It's set to reopen on July 20, also known as National Hot Dog Day.
Jacqui Letran shares the power of choosing your emotions and some tips and tools to handle anxiety, depression, and uncomfortable emotions. She shares how her own experiences as a teenager led her to want to help other teen girls and the power of getting to the root of your feelings and reprogramming your brain. Get full show notes and more information here: https://www.jenriday.com/329
Teens have more pressure on them today than ever before, and when that pressure is coupled with internal pain, betrayal or strained parental relationships, they often turn to substances to cope. In this episode, Mark Gregston speaks with a couple of Heartlight teens, including one young man who is learning to have an open, loving relationship with his parents again after self-medicating with drugs for years. Don't miss these stories of hope! For more insight on why teens turn to drugs and alcohol, read Mark's article, "The Hidden Culprit of Teen Troubles," at bit.ly/3MRs2sV
I love a good allegory and today and I going to tell you one about thorns. It will help you see how resisting uncomfortable emotions is disrupting your life and what to do about it.The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself--Michael A SingerWorksheet to process emotions
Is your teen unsure where their post-homeschooling path will take them? Are they wondering about college or career plans? Are you concerned they're solid on those important life skills like personal finances, time management, communication and all those "adulting" things we need to know to succeed in life?In today's episode, Erin and Amanda speak with Traci Bakenhaster of Raising the Next Gen, a unique program where Traci works with teens and young adults to guide them on the path to being independent adults and getting life right from the start!Resources and links:Contact Traci Bakenhaster at email@example.comSchedule a free strategy call here for high school or college students and/or their parents to dive into what is keeping them up at night Raising the Next Gen website, www.raisingthenextgen.comWorkshops at Raising the Next Gen:Get2Work Session for Teens, a coworking virtual session that creates dedicated time to working on job & college applications, scholarships, research, and so much more! More information here.Paying for College Made Easy: All Things Scholarships. More information here. Going to College Made Easy: How to choose the right college. How to get accepted into your college of choice. How to navigate through the admissions process. More information here.Be sure to subscribe to GOAT Homeschooling with Erin and Amanda wherever you listen to podcasts, and join us in continuing the conversation on Facebook, Instagram, or via email.Website: https://goathomeschooling.buzzsprout.com/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/G.O.A.T.HomeschoolingInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/goat_homeschooling_podcast/Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer is a great time to start conversations with your teen! Use the extra time with them while they are home to get curious and ask open-ended questions. To help, we've designed this series to be a quick, fun way to get everyone talking. Listen together with your teen, or by yourself. You might be surprised at how willing teenagers are to talk when they get started! In episode 61, Karlie shares about one particular group that shows the state of self-esteem in today's teens, and Chris and Karlie discuss positive self-talk. . . In this episode, we asked the following questions: - How good do you feel about yourself? - When do you feel the best about yourself? What are you doing? Who are you around? - How do you think social media impacts your self-esteem? - What can you do to feel better about yourself? . . In this episode, we mentioned or used the following resources: - Dove Self-Esteem Project: Toxic Influence: A Dove Film - Amazon: Breaking Free from Body Shame by Jess Connolly - Podcast music by Luke Cabrera and Tobin Hodges . . Visit our website: www.teenlifepodcast.com Subscribe to get the episodes in your inbox: www.teenlife.ngo/subscribe Follow Us: Instagram | Facebook | Twitter . . Podcast Music by: Luke Cabrera & Tobin Hodges Hosted by: Chris Robey & Karlie Duke Produced by: Karlie Duke & Kelly Fann --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/teenlifepodcast/support
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. "Elvis" tops the box office. A moment on biopics, singing actors and food shows. Teens throw a rager at an $8m mansion that wasn't theirs. Crypto is in a free fall. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Amber Athey is joined by Jay Greene, a Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, to discuss his recent research on the relationship between receiving cross sex hormones and suicide rates among transgender youth.
You can get our 30 Days of Prayer for the Unsaved resource (mentioned in today's episode) for free at www.prayingchristianwomen.com/unsaved. Today we're discussing a listener question from a "Struggling Praying Parent of Teens" who feels guilty about not praying more for her wayward teen children. Whether you have children or not, prayer guilt is something we all struggle with. Unfortunately, it's one of the tools the enemy uses to discourage us from prayer, or paralyze us altogether in our prayer lives. Join us today for a conversation where we unpack some of the hangups behind prayer guilt, and offer some practical suggestions for how to pray with more joy and power for your children and loved ones. We hope to leave you with encouragement and hope to stay the course in your powerful prayers for the people you love most - with none of the guilt! This podcast is sponsored by Faithful Counseling. Visit www.faithfulcounseling.com/praying to receive 10% off your first month!
I ask your questions to Elyse Resch, a nutrition therapist and founder of Intuitive Eating. She debunks the myth of food addiction, discusses intuitive eating and weight loss, shares her take on processed food and using food as medicine. Plus we discuss how body image ties into all of this. Elyse Resch, MS, RDN, CEDS-S, Fiaedp, FADA, FAND, is a nutrition therapist in private practice in Beverly Hills, California, with forty years of experience, specializing in eating disorders, Intuitive Eating, and Health at Every Size. She is the co-author of Intuitive Eating, now in its 4th edition, the Intuitive Eating Workbook, and The Intuitive Eating Card Deck—50 Bite-Sized Ways to Make Peace with Food. Elyse is also the author of The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens and The Intuitive Eating Journal—Your Guided Journey for Nourishing a Healthy Relationship with Food and a chapter contributor to The Handbook of Positive Body Image and Embodiment. She has published journal articles, print articles, and blog posts. Elyse does regular speaking engagements, podcasts, and extensive media interviews. Her work has been profiled on NPR, CNN, KABC, NBC, KTTV, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, AP Press, KFI Radio, USA Today, and the Huffington Post, among others. Elyse is nationally known for her work in helping patients break free from diet culture through the Intuitive Eating process. Her philosophy embraces the goal of reconnecting with one's internal wisdom about eating and developing body liberation, with the belief that all bodies deserve dignity and respect. She supervises and trains health professionals, is a Certified Eating Disorder Specialist and Supervisor, a Fellow of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals, and a Fellow of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Click here for the first episode I did with Elyse elyseresch.com intuitiveeating.org Click here to see my collection of dresses. Click here to see my maternity friendly pieces. To hear more episodes, subscribe and head over to Impactfashionnyc.com/blog/podcast. Be Impactful is presented by Impact Fashion, your destination for all things size inclusive modest fashion
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Do you feel exhilarated, excited and alive? Or do you feel stuck in a rut, bored or even resentful? Does your life feel like one predictable routine after another? Do you feel mired in your comfort zone? Maybe we can take a cue from our teens. We expect them to take risks, try new things and put themselves out there even when it's hard. We expect them to take action and experiment with new activities. In other words we want them to get off the couch and step out of their comfort zone. We have witnessed them do that over and over again. Maybe it's time we do the same. In this episode I invited Sue Ludwig to talk with me about how moms can dial up their own dreams while in the thick of parenting. You don't have to every thing figured out. You can take one small step and dial up your dream one click at a time. Sue is a dear friend and a sought-after speaker, consultant, writer, and educator. A licensed occupational therapist and certified neonatal therapist, she is president and founder of the National Association of Neonatal Therapists, where she uses a unique blend of clinical expertise, innovation, and leadership to support the advancement of this specialized field on a global level. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
“You catch your breath for two breaths, three breaths, and ask yourself ‘Which of my character strengths do I want to make sure I'm bringing forth?'” -Dr Ryan Niemiec, Psy.D., Bestseller Author, Director, VIA Institute on Character Today, psychologist Dr. Ryan Niemiec speaks again with Cohost and Lead Coach Jill Farmer about how physicians can practice mindfulness to better manage stress and increase well-being. “The Mindful Pause” is a short, one minute break in your day that can help you become present and awake in daily moments. Want to know where to start? Often, we as healthcare professionals may find ourselves overwhelmed with scheduling, productivity, time management, and other external factors. Dr. Ryan Niemiec shares how you can reclaim your mind, and how this helps to prevent burnout. Different from mediation, Dr. Niemiec ensures listeners that mindfulness is an easy and advantageous practice to add to your daily life. In addition to normalizing the practice of mindfulness, Dr. Niemiec discusses the intersection between character strengths and mindfulness and how their development can benefit you as a clinician. DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast Episodes featuring Dr. Ryan Niemiec: 174: Keys to Flourishing for Physicians with Dr. Ryan Niemiec- https://docworking.com/2022/05/26/character-strengths-flourishing-for-physicians-healthcare-professionals-dr-ryan-niemiec/ Ryan M. Niemiec, Psy.D. is a leading international figure in character strengths that are found in all human beings. As an educator, scientist, and practitioner, Ryan is the education director of the renown VIA Institute on Character, a nonprofit organization in Cincinnati, Ohio, that leads the global advancement of the science of character strengths. Ryan is an award-winning psychologist, annual instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, and author of 11 books, over 100 academic papers, and several-hundred user-friendly articles. His books include the bestselling consumer book, The Power of Character Strengths, the popular stress workbook The Strengths-Based Workbook for Stress Relief, the 2020 workbook The Positivity Workbook for Teens, and Positive Psychology at the Movies. He's also author of the two leading practitioner-focused books in positive psychology – Character Strengths Interventions and Mindfulness and Character Strengths. The latter book contains the evidenced-based program he founded, Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP), used by practitioners and researchers across the globe. He created VIA's first character strengths certification program – MBSP Certification – in 2021. His research areas include character strengths, MBSP, positive interventions, peace psychology, nature/environment connection, spirituality, life meaning, disability, and positive health. Ryan has been interviewed by a number of luminaries including the legendary Larry King in 2020. He's given over 1,000 presentations on positive psychology topics, including a character strengths world tour in 2009-2010, a TEDx talk in 2017, a speaking tour of Australia, a keynote at a Harvard conference, and invited keynotes and workshops at conferences across the globe. He is Fellow of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) and serves on their Council of Advisors. He is co-founder and president of the Spirituality/Meaning Division of IPPA. Ryan lives in Cincinnati with his wife and three young, zestful children. His highest strengths are hope, love, honesty, fairness, spirituality, curiosity, and appreciation of beauty. Ryan's hobbies include playing tai chi, chess, basketball, and guitar; watching Michigan State athletics and The Walking Dead, and collecting vintage and rare Pez dispensers. Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add even more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. Let your CME budget help you prioritize your own wellness so you can get on with living your best life on your own terms, as defined by you, with DocWorking THRIVE. You can take the first step today by taking our 2 Minute Balance to Burnout Quiz! Where are you on the Balance to Burnout Continuum? Take the quiz and find out today! DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time. Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at email@example.com to be considered. And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! 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In this episode, Casey breaks down what “getting out of your kid's way” looks like and the challenges of giving up control. For access to the show notes, go to besproutable.com
6/27/22: G7 Members Enjoy the Smell of Each Other’s Farts and Take Aim at China The elite of the elite, the Group of 7 is meeting together and asking what the hell are we going to do to counter China? (00:24:26). A guy got the most insulting gift for not missing a shift in 27 years (00:38:27). What happened in Brazil in 1986 that had hundreds of witnesses scared of UFOs? (01:05:40). (00:00:00) - Timestamps Cup of Coffee in the Big Time (00:05:24) - Fun Fact: US has invaded Canada several times including the war of 1812 (00:09:35) - Teens are getting hospitalized from not being able to handle high potency marijunaa (00:13:22) - Some abortion news from businesses and protests (00:16:42) - Apple is releasing Iphone 14s and M3 chipped macs soon (00:20:40) - Top Gun Maverick speeds past a billion worldwide (00:24:26) - Cream of the Crop: The G7 is popping off again and targeting China Have it Your Way (00:38:27) - A man who didn’t miss a single shift in 27 years at Burger King gets awful appreciation gift TikTok International Moment (Which One’s Worse??) (00:49:35) - Zero star hotel in Switzerland sucks (00:53:25) - Costco lithium battery death outdoor umbrellas being recalled for starting fires Space is the Place (01:05:40) - Massive Brazilian UFO event in Sao Paulo from 1986 is alarming These stories, and much more, brought to you by our incredible sponsors: Black Buffalo - If you are 21 or over and dip Head to http://BlackBuffalo.comand use promo code HARDFACTOR at checkout for 25% off your first order Feals - Become a member today and get 50% off your first order of this amazing premium brand cbd and free shipping at http://feals.com/factor PredictIt - go to http://PredictIt.org/promo/HardFactor40 to get your first $40 matched on us in the stock market of politics and bet on this year’s Midterm Elections Go to store.hardfactor.com and patreon.com/hardfactor to support the pod with incredible merch and bonus podcasts Leave us a Voicemail at 512-270-1480, send us a voice memo to firstname.lastname@example.org, and/or leave a 5-Star review on Apple Podcasts to hear it on Friday's show Other Places to Listen: Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Lots More... Watch Full Episodes on YouTube Follow @HardFactorNews on Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, and Face --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hard-factor/support
School's out for the summer - now what? Many parents will have signed their kids up for numerous camps and enrichment experiences by now, making sure that they won't have to hear the dreaded “I'm bored!” refrain repeated endlessly. That makes sense since kids are often passive receivers - of entertainment that both their technology and many toys that are made for children provide. They are also often passive recipients of education. Most are required to go to a formal school setting whether or not they want to, where they tend to be externally motivated by systems of rewards and punishments to do what adults tell them to do and learn what they're told to learn and when. This means that many kids these days don't have or take as many opportunities to create their own fun or decide what to do with their time as they once did. Furthermore, high-pressure academic environments can leave kids feeling anxious and depressed about where they fall in grade rankings - or that their scores are worth more than they are. Rather than developing a love of learning, these kids can end up developing the false idea that how they “perform” their learning means more than the learning itself.Sources: What Is Self-Directed Education? The Alliance for Self-Directed Education.https://www.self-directed.org/sde/. Boles, B. (2018, October 17). Give Kids Control. The Alliance for Self-Directed Education.https://www.self-directed.org/tp/give-kids-control/. Boles, B. (2018, May 24). Teens and Screens. The Alliance for Self-Directed Education.https://www.self-directed.org/tp/teens-and-screens/.Loosli, S. E. (2022, May 15). Do-It-Yourself Summer Camp. Power of Families.https://poweroffamilies.com/do-it-yourself-summer-camp/.Low, C (2021, January 10) How To Help Your Child Be An Independent, Self-Directed Learner. Mamahood. https://story.mamahood.com.sg/help-your-child-be-independent-self-directed-learner/. McDonald, K. (2019, April 23). The Value of A Self-Directed Summer for Kids. FEE Stories. https://fee.org/articles/the-value-of-a-self-directed-summer-for-kids/. Tam, V. C., Chu, P., & Tsang, V. (2023). Engaging in self-directed leisure activities during a homework-free holiday: Impacts on primary school children in Hong Kong. Journal of Global Education and Research, 7(1), 64-80.https://digitalcommons.usf.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1193&context=jger
Highlights from episode - #379 How I Work with Amantha Imber Purchase Tweens, Teens & Screens or find it in your Happy Families Membership - Because a happy family doesn't just happen. Find us on Facebook at Dr Justin Coulson's Happy Families Email us your questions and comments at email@example.com
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeFor centuries, parents have been locked in a nature vs. nurture debate, trying to uncover the forces behind our teens' development. Some parents believe nature has majority control over who teens become, and that things like personality, mental health issues and risk of addiction are passed down through the gene pool. Others think that these factors are mainly influenced by socialization, parental behavior and cultural influence–meaning the way we treat our kids shapes who they become. When teens are exhibiting behavior we're not exactly proud of, it can be tempting to blame biological factors. We let ourselves off the hook, claiming that there's nothing we could have done to stop their substance use or aggression anyway. But constantly attributing kids' behavior to nature can be inaccurate and even harmful! It stops us from critically examining the way we've influenced our teens, and even perpetuates certain sexist or racist agendas by declaring “natural” differences as the foundation for discrimination.To understand the nuances of this ongoing nature vs. nurture debate, we're talking to Jesse Prinz, author of Beyond Human Nature: How Culture and Experience can Shape the Human Mind. Jesse is a Distinguished Professor of philosophy and Director of the Committee for Interdisciplinary Science Studies at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He's been conducting research on the mind for over twenty years, and has authored multiple books and over a hundred articles on topics like consciousness and emotion.In our interview, Jesse and I are discussing how using nature as the default explanation for kids' development can lead to harmful discrimination. We're also discussing how affluence plays a role in who teens become, and debating whether parents or peers have a biggest influence on teen behavior.Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode
What we remember from childhood helps build our narrative of who we were - even if those memories are fuzzy or slightly flawed. Today Meagan and Sarah get in the way-WAY-back machine and reflect on what we were like as kids and teens. As a child, Meagan was dreamy, imaginative, chatty, and obsessed with balloons (!!), while Sarah was studious, quiet-but-sociable, responsible, and circumstantially prone to tears. We touch on how our personalities developed as we grew up, whether we were “popular” or not, and if we felt clueless or confident come high school. Join us for this fun More Than Mom to get a glimpse into our growing up years (at least the way we remember it!). The post More Than Mom: Meagan & Sarah As Kids & Teens appeared first on The Mom Hour.
Chicago cops barred from chasing people on foot who run away. Guy commits suicide after the police accidentally accused him of being a pedophile. Man catches new super gonorrhea after having sex on a trip. Rover makes a 5 thousand dollar bet with a listener. Do Amish pay taxes? Rover and Charlie try on women's shoes. Teens broke into 8 million dollar Florida mansion and threw a party. Dieter's Conspiracy Corner - Peter Nygard is supplying celebrities' with aborted babies.
In this solo episode, I unpack all my feelings on cyberbullying in 2022, including how the age of sharing incites cyberbullying, current research on cyberbullying as a public health concern, and my ongoing internal debate on whether to engage with cyberbullies or not. I share how I've been dealing with my own envy in a constructive way, memorable interactions I've had with followers – both positive and negative – and how I'm choosing to deal with cyberbullying moving forward.Key Takeaway / Points:Research on cyberbullying as a public health concernHow to constructively deal with envyInfluencer cyberbullying vs. peer cyberbullyingCyberbullying from fellow mothersFriends' experiences and takeaways from cyberbullyingNY Times articles I mention:Teens in Distress Are Swamping PediatriciansHundreds of Suicidal Teens Sleep in Emergency Rooms. Every Night.How to Help Teens Struggling With Mental Health‘It's Life or Death': The Mental Health Crisis Among U.S. TeensDoes Social Media Make Teens Unhappy? It May Depend on Their Age.On the Phone, AloneWatch the D'Amelio Docuseries hereWatch Lucie's TedX talk hereFollow me:Instagram: @freckledfoodieWebsite: freckledfoodie.comTikTok: freckledfoodieTwitter: @freckledfoodieYoutube: Cameron Rogers / Freckled FoodiePinterest: Freckled FoodieThis episode was edited by Tim Flanzbaum See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.