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If teenagerhood scares you, this episode will help calm your nerves. Parenting through connection with your kids from a young age will help you conquer the tween and teen years. Tune in now to learn more. For full show notes, including the three takeaways, go to 3in30podcast.com/211-raising-independent-teens. Episode sponsors: BetterHelp - Get 10% off your first month. Prose - For your free in-depth hair consultation and 15% off! ButcherBox - This holiday season, receive a free turkey in your first box! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Teens who cope with mounting sexual frustration by penning their greatest fantasies. SEGMENT 1: Philip Dawkins shares a play he wrote as a closeted teen. SEGMENT 2: Megan Nevels brings to life her Law Order fan fic with the help of actors Martin Starr, Alessandra Torresani, Avital Ash. Binge the entire series! The Mortified Podcast is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX.
Elyse Resch is a nutrition therapist in private practice in Beverly Hills, CA, with almost 40 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. She also authored The Intuitive Eating Workbook for Teens and The Intuitive Eating Journal.Friends for nearly 3 decades, Margie and Elyse discuss the actors' struggle with body image. Elyse analyzes the cause of this disorder, and relates her 10 principles for changing the way you look at food. They talk about Margie's students who struggle with anorexia and share their similarities in relationships, emotions, self-care, listening to your body, and forgiveness. Elyse's philosophy - dieting doesn't work! Check out this podcast. Everyone needs to listen to it!elyseresch.comFB elyse.reschInsta @elyseresch
On today's bonus episode of Curious Kids we welcome Margo M., she is 11 years old and we all go to school together. We had a great chat about hockey, saving frogs and what Margo's future job and boyfriend might be! On Curious Kids we want to talk to kids and we want to hear what they have to say. As long as you are a kid you can join us. Our definition of kid is pretty open, kids, tweens, teens, everyone is welcome and we know everyone has a story to tell. We can't wait to have some great conversations with some awesome kids!Do you want to be on Curious Kids? We would love to meet you! If you would like to be a part of our new segment just connect with us through email or social media. We can't wait to meet firstname.lastname@example.orgTwitter: @Curious_ConvosInstagram: @curious__convos
Today's episode is part 1 of a multi-part story leading up to Christmas! This week we talk about how the way you think about a social situation can cause the social situation to change, for better or for worse! Todays' secret is.. It is easy to get stuck when we mistake certain thoughts for facts.Joey Mascio - Firmly Founded Coaching: website | instagram | facebook | tiktok
We discuss prevention and destigmatizing STIs. Having HPV is seen as a sexual right of passage, but a single vaccine can prevent its transmission and cancer. The gardasil vaccine is recommended for children but can be given up to 45 years of age. Let us know if you got the vaccine or if you would reccomend it. References https://www.cancer.gov/about-cancer/causes-prevention/risk/infectious-agents/hpv-and-cancer https://www.ncsl.org/research/health/hpv-vaccine-state-legislation-and-statutes.aspx https://www.bitchmedia.org/article/here%E2%80%99s-radical-idea-easy-home-std-tests https://evekit.vn/en/
In this episode, Dr. Megan Speciale interviews Emily Behrs, AMFT and Kaila Hattis, LMFT about using a body-positive framework for working with teens who struggle with negative body image, disordered eating and nutrition, and/or unhealthy exercise patterns. Emily and Kaila share strategies about how to incorporate body image and nutrition into the intake and assessment process, broach topics related to self-esteem and body image with teen clients, and how to navigate privacy and confidentiality concerns with incorporating families into treatment. The guests also discuss the role of social media, COVID-19, and online learning on self-image, diet and nutrition, and mental health. For more on Emily & Kaila, links from the conversation, and APA citation for this episode visit concep.paloaltou.edu The Thoughtful Counselor is created in partnership with Palo Alto University's Division of Continuing & Professional Studies. Learn more at concept.paloaltou.edu
On today's episode, we discuss the severity of Facebook's young people problem, if we're looking at this issue the wrong way, and whether Instagram can continue to pick up the slack. We then talk about what to make of Twitter's CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey stepping aside and a reordering of teens' favorite social media platforms. Tune in to the discussion with eMarketer principal analyst at Insider Intelligence Debra Aho Williamson. For sponsorship opportunities contact us: email@example.com. For more information visit: https://www.insiderintelligence.com/contact/advertise/ Have questions or just want to say hi? Drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org © 2021 Insider Intelligence
Episode 101: Building Executive Function Skills in Moms and Kids We want to pass on skills to our children that will help them succeed in building meaningful lives out there in the real world, but we may feel ill-equipped to train them well. In fact, many parents themselves struggle with being able to plan and execute the tasks that will help them achieve their goals. Today's guest, Ginny Kochis, is here to help us with Building Executive Function Skills in Moms--and Kids. Find Ginny Kochis here: https://notsoformulaic.com More Recommended Resources: Peace on Purpose Student Edition: Executive Function Workbook and Course for Tweens and Teens https://notsoformulaic.com/product/peace-on-purpose-student-edition-catholic-executive-function-workbook Peace on Purpose: Executive Function Course for Moms https://notsoformulaic.com/product/catholic-executive-function-course-for-moms Executive Decisions: Executive Function Workbook for Moms https://notsoformulaic.com/product/executive-decisions-2 Made for Greatness: A Growth Mindset Journal for Courageous Catholic Youth https://notsoformulaic.com/madeforgreatness To Hear His Voice: A Mass Journal for Catholic Kids https://notsoformulaic.com/mass-journal-catholic-kids Today's Short Feature: Chantal Howard, Idea to Real Topic: Author your Homeschool this Advent Contact: https://www.aromarosary.com/ Thank you to the following contributors who made this podcast possible: Our Sponsor HomeschoolConnections.com Homeschooling Saints Theme Music Composed by Taylor Kirkwood Intro voice Dave Palmer radio personality and author of St. Thomas Aquinas for Everyone Our host Lisa Mladinich
Join me and fellow Menstrual Cycle crusader, Demi Spaccavento (https://www.instagram.com/brightgirlhealth) chat all things Period Ed - what we wish we had of received, and menstrual cycle awareness for teens/tweens In this episode: - Your first period - Transiting through menarche first period - Supporting puberty hormones - 4 tips for happy teen hormones - Importance of Sleep & Stress for a healthy cycle - Ovulation knowledge for teens? - Contraception discussion for teens - Cycle tracking for any age - 3 ways to become aware of our menstrual cycle Get the full complete show notes, here: https://www.wellsome.com/podcast/ FREE LOVE YOUR CYCLE DOWNLOAD: https://www.subscribepage.com/love-your-cycle LOVE YOUR CYCLE FB COMMUNITY: https://www.facebook.com/groups/loveyourcyclesisterhood/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/wellsome_jemalee/ WEBSITE: https://www.wellsome.com/ WELL WOMAN ACADEMY: https://www.wellsome.com/academy/ HELP US SPREAD OUR PODCAST WINGS This show is a passion project that I produce for the love of spreading menstrual cycle awareness for free. If you enjoy this show, help us reach more menstruators. The most effective way you can help is: 1. Subscribe to the show by clicking “subscribe” in iTunes 2. Write us a review in iTunes 3. Share this show with a friend, right now! 4. Screenshot and share via social media - don't forget to tag me @wellsome_jemalee Simple yes, but you'd be AMAZED at how much it helps this passion project reach more people. iTunes' algorithm uses ratings and review to know who to show our show to in their app. Review here on iTunes. In love & abundance! Jema
On today's podcast, we are joined by Jen Dodrill. Jen has some wonderful insight on preparing teens for life. So many kids are entering college and the workforce without the necessary life skills to succeed. Leslie and Jen will talk about why we need to change that and what tools you can use to prepare your teen for an ever changing world. With all that is going on in the world, one of the life skills we need to teach our children is empathy and care for others. Voice of the Martyrs will give your family current situations about situations Christians all around the world find themselves in. You will learn how to pray specifically for them, and you will grow in faith as you read their stories in the free magazine that you will receive each month. Couple that with the beautiful "Foxes Book of Martyrs" and you will have some great tools to help prepare your children to stand in a increasingly hostile world. Go to VOM.org/ttd today to request your free magazine and book. These will be a blessing and encouragement to your family. Additional Resources: Find out more about Jen Dodrill and the checklist for preparing teens by clicking HERE. More life skills for teens. Our Black Friday sale ends today! Be sure to click HERE to find many resources for your family!
This time of year, projects are due, some courses are ending, and our tweens and teens are starting to feel like inevitable burnout. How can we support our tweens and teens during this time? Let's dive in! We are so glad you're here! At Be a Problem Solver Services, our goal is to help parents raise decent humans in a digital world. Need more help addressing social media use, teenage transitions, or essential workplace skills with your child? Check out our online services here: https://bit.ly/3jLJHak Be a Problem Solver Services are Kate (M.Ed., CCC-SLP) and Cory (Ph.D., LCMHC, NCC) - a wife speech pathologist and husband mental mental health counselor who focus on bringing you information about social skill development and character building. We both practice independently, and then come together to collaborate on important social skills issues that we hear from our clients over and over again!
Hello, lovely listeners! In this episode, we spoke with Leo who has post-traumatic stress disorder that was triggered by sexual assault. We are so proud of Leo for sharing their story in this episode. If sexual assault and rape are triggering topics for you, please put your own mental health first before listening. NATIONAL SEXUAL ASSAULT HOTLINE: 1-800-656-4673 JULIE VALENTINE 24/7 CRISIS LINE: 864-467-3633 CONTACT US email: email@example.com IG: @oneinfivepod ART BY Isabella Lopez ORDER STICKERS https://forms.gle/PfYzqM6oL5ApRaQy9
Nov. 29th, 2021 – In this week's episode, the ladies are diving into TEENS! Though still a few years away from this chapter, they’re sharing thoughts on how to connect with your teen (but really, any child!). They relate to an article written by a 21-year-old student, who’s right out of those fundamental years. She shares 4 tips that the women break down which they thought were great suggestions on navigating these years. Sarah and Lauren talk about being a good listener and how it’s vital to any relationship. Definitely important for a child to feel understood and valued. They talk about respect and understanding your teens growth. At that even though mistakes will be made, how crucial it is to recognize the good in their progression and choices they’re making towards becoming an adult. They also talk about being sincerely supportive and how important it is to make time for your teen! Knowing these these years go so fast, they remind you to make a conscious effort to carve out 1-on-1 time with your teen to make sure they feel your love. They close out with their hit and misses of the week. Lauren's husband coming through with delivering the Friendsgiving turkey and Sarah’s miss with Elf on the Shelf! EP SPONSORS & RESOURCES: Sunsama Daily Task Manager & Calendar // Visit www.get.sunsama.com/a/themomvoice to see how it can help you live a more productive day!Hiya Health Vitamins for Kids // www.hiyahealth.com // 50% off your first order!Beddy's All-in-One Bedding // www.beddys.com, enter code MOMVOICE at checkout for 15% off Thanks so much for tuning in – make sure to FOLLOW THE PODCAST, we're back every week with fresh content just for you! xo
Money doesn't buy happiness but not having enough creates problems. Relationships get strained, mental health suffers, and opportunities are limited. But what if our teens could achieve early financial independence? What if they could have enough income to give them more choices about their job or how they spend their time? Dan Sheeks works with teens who are striving for early financial independence. Dan joins Mighty Parenting podcast host Sandy Fowler to discuss 6 ways parents can help teens gain fundamental financial skills and get a leg up on financial independence. Our Guest: Dan Sheeks Detailed Show Notes and Support at MightyParenting.com episode 205 DISCLAIMER: THIS POST MAY CONTAIN AFFILIATE LINKS WHICH REWARD ME MONETARILY OR OTHERWISE WHEN YOU USE THEM TO MAKE PURCHASES. THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING MY WORK BY USING MY LINKS TO PURCHASE PRODUCTS AND SERVICES. Sponsor Tip: One of the best ways to help kids learn is to allow them to make mistakes. The older they get the bigger the stakes and the greater the fear parents have around allowing them to make mistakes. So start today. Just take a deep breath and let them learn. And if you want them to learn in a safe environment get a Troomi phone so you can set up appropriate access to everything on the phone right in the parent portal. Troomi lets you guide your child in learning to use smartphones is a safe and healthy way with plans that grow with your child. You can learn more at troomi.com and use the code MIGHTYPARENTING to get half off a phone through November 30th ($50 off after that). And if you want to know more of Sandy's thoughts on using Troomi to help your child develop healthy technology habits just email through the contact page on mightyparenting.com.
There's a lot to be worried about these days! Whether you're feeling anxious about the ongoing pandemic or just concerned that your teen is struggling in school, it's easy to let distress clutter your mind. When we let that anxiety crawl around in our brain, we often find ourselves distracted from the better moments in life, thinking obsessively about a work meeting when we're supposed to be spending quality time with our families. Interestingly, that voice inside our head–the one that's always muttering about the past and the future–can be useful, if we know how to harness it. This inner dialogue comes from an evolutionary need to learn from past mistakes to survive the next challenge, and can help us immensely when tackling life's challenges! If parents can learn to steer this voice in a positive direction, they can help teens do the same. That way, these young adults will know how to handle that tricky inner dialogue before they head off into the real world.Our guest this week is one of the world's leading experts on controlling the conscious mind as well as an award-winning professor of psychology and business at the University of Michigan! His name is Ethan Kross, and his new book is called Chatter: The Voice in Our Head, Why It Matters, and How to Harness It. In our interview, Ethan and I are getting into how and why we talk to ourselves, and what we can do to make the most of our inner voice.In this week's interview, we're discussing the idea of being “present”...and why it doesn't always help us feel better. Plus, we're diving into tons of other strategies for harnessing your inner voice that might be the perfect solution to that constant worrying!
In the halls of their high school - nobody dared to walk near her. Most of the students pretended they didn't see her, hear her, or know her. If you were new there you might ask - “What did she do?” “Oh, you don't know? That's Gitchie Girl. She went into the woods with 4 of her friends and she's the only one that came out alive. And we all know that Gitchie Girl is hiding something.” Book Rec: “Gitchie Girl” - by Phil Hamman & Sandy Hamman (There are 2 books written by the authors and both are incredible, heartbreaking reads) Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
"I think making mistakes is a really important part of parenting. It's actually good for our kids when we screw up because it's an opportunity for us to take responsibility." Melinda Wenner Moyer joined Zibby and former podcast guest Christina Hillsberg for a virtual event with the Strand Bookstore to discuss her first book, How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes, and parenting at large. The three talked about why mothers carry so much guilt (as well as how they can start letting some of it go), the different ways anxiety manifests in kids and parents both seeking to do the right thing, and their top tips for raising well-adjusted kids. The three moms also acknowledge that it doesn't take years of research or hundreds of parenting books to be a good parent; all you truly need to do is be a good person.Purchase on Amazon or Bookshop.Amazon: https://amzn.to/3jIhmBiBookshop: https://bit.ly/3mj12sg See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Kim interviews two innovative teens who are trying to shine a spotlight on tough issues facing teenagers today. Hannah Whiteman, 16, is the founder of Ur missing out (@urmissingout), a page to remind people to take a break from mindless scrolling on social media and engage more in life. Zach Gottlieb, 15, has started a Instagram page, Talk with Zach (@talkwithzach) and a movement to get teens (and especially boys) to talk more about mental health. You will be amazed at the amazing things these teens are doing. They both offer great advice and insight for parents if teens and preteens. Urmissingout Website Urmissingout IG Talk with Zach IG
Charles Wheelan, bestselling author of Naked Statistics and Naked Economics, shares how his family changed after traveling together for nearly a year, how travel shapes a child's worldview, and how the family worked through meltdowns. Charlie's new book is We Came, We Saw, We Left: A Family Gap Year – Nine Months, Six Continents, Three Teenagers.
What's good, my friend? In this episode the TALK is: Eleventh hour, checkmate level, family drama Tremaine Orlando and the value of dress rehearsal Physical care of your body My story of self-discipline Little wins make the big victory Empowered teens hold the vision for all that is good Thanks for listening. I appreciate you. LaurieTALKS @k.sounds.audio @LaurieTALKS
In the final installment of our series Teens in America, what it sounds like for the family of one 17-year-old to confront White privilege and racism.Read more:With Thanksgiving coming up this week, a lot of us might be feeling anxious about seeing relatives we may not have seen in a while, especially if we don't always see eye to eye with them. We might be bracing for some awkward conversations or even some intense debates around politics or what we've been seeing on the news.Iris Santalucia can relate to that. In the final installment of our series Teens in America, we listen in as the 17-year-old New York City native has a tough conversation with her parents about the role White privilege plays in their family. Iris's mother is White. Her father is Latino and has often felt targeted by police because of his race. Although her mother says she knows people of color are sometimes profiled, she doesn't believe her husband is among them. Iris sees White privilege as one element in her parents' dynamic and confronts her mother about it on tape. This series is produced in collaboration with YR Media, a nonprofit media, music and technology incubator. For more stories in this series, visit wapo.st/teens. If you value the journalism you hear in this podcast, please subscribe to The Washington Post. Right now you can get a subscription to The Post for just 99 cents every four weeks. And you can give a full year as a gift for just $9.99. Go to www.washingtonpost.com/subscribe. It's the best deal we've ever offered and it's only happening for a few days.
Jenn talks to Dr. Lisa Coyne about mindfulness and its benefits for kids and adolescents. Lisa provides a framework for mindfulness for kids, shares tips to get kids and teens involved in mindful practices, and talks about how we can all benefit from being a little more aware.Lisa W. Coyne, PhD, is an assistant professor of psychology in the Department of Psychiatry, part-time, at Harvard Medical School, and is a senior clinical consultant at the Child and Adolescent OCD Institute (OCDI Jr.) at McLean Hospital. Dr. Coyne is the author of “The Joy of Parenting: An Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Guide to Effective Parenting in the Early Years,” a book for parents of young children.RELEVANT CONTENT:– More about the episode: mclean.link/9en– Read the episode transcript: mclean.link/0b7- - -The McLean Hospital podcast Mindful Things is intended to provide general information and to help listeners learn about mental health, educational opportunities, and research initiatives. This podcast is not an attempt to practice medicine or to provide specific medical advice.© 2021 McLean Hospital. All Rights Reserved.
Kids are now back in school and social situations with their peers. And we know that anxiety levels have been at an all-time high throughout this pandemic.Kids are now back in school and social situations with their peers. And we know that anxiety levels have been at an all-time high throughout this pandemic. So today we're talking about anxiety, depression and how that manifests physically in eating disorders, and more. We talk about how the easing of the pandemic is changing mindset in our kids, why anxiety is increasing now in kids even as restrictions decrease, and how we can help our kids get through this tumultuous time. Dr. Katherine Williamson is board certified in pediatrics and is a member of the CHOC Primary Care Network, treating kids and teens in Orange County California. She is also the AAP Orange County President, as well as a spokeswoman for the AAP.
Teenagers in Iqaluit marched to the Nunavut Legislature last week, calling on their new government to take the suicide crisis more seriously. We talk to Deion Pearce and Amy Ullikatar, who took part in the protest, and Nunavut's new Premier P.J. Akeeagok.
Local teens were honored for volunteering to help at an understaffed Waffle House; Reinhardt football was eliminated from the NAIA playoffs; And Canton sets the fees for businesses to sell packaged liquor. #CherokeeCounty #Georgia #LocalNews - - - - - - The Cherokee Tribune Ledger Podcast is local news for Woodstock, Canton, and all of Cherokee County. Register Here for your essential digital news. This podcast was produced and published for the Cherokee Tribune-Ledger and TribuneLedgerNews.com by BG Ad Group on 11-22-2021. For advertising inquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ryan Cassata's musical present transcends his past; gay artist Richard Amsel is the answer to “Who Said That?” in a “Rainbow Minute”; bullied trans teens in Georgia and Wisconsin defy high school bullies; Thailand's top court pushes marriage equality to lawmakers, the I.O.C. changes the game for trans and intersex Olympians, the U.S. Health Department kills Trump era religious bias, Russian authorities axe an LGBTQ film fest website, and a notoriously homophobic Australian town turns a rainbow leaf! Those stories — and more this week — when you choose "This Way Out": the world's audio oasis for queer news and culture.
In this episode, the couple discusses how Skills is feeling when CC forgets to include him when she gets herself coffee or food. This brings up the question, in a relationship is it your partner's responsibility to include you when they are getting food themselves? CC & Skills discuss one of the many things they have in common, growing up in church. Find out which one of them loved going to church and which one of them could not wait to any longer be forced to go. Supporting Small Business: WiggzWorks Publishing / Author Rob WiggzChildren's Picture Book, "Good Veggie, Bad Veggie, I Hate All Veggies". www.wiggzworks.com
Let's try to reimagine what our families might look like as we live as Christians in a world that is walking in darkness. Too often we slide into the pattern shown us by the world - a life that makes very little sense biblically. Instead, let's follow Jesus and live the life He calls us to walk.
Today we're tackling social anxiety, which feels like it has become ubiquitous since the pandemic began. Social interactions seem to take more energy after being physically distanced for so long. The world feels more polarized and therefore, a bit more intimidating. And then there's the real fear of social interaction. Given all of this, the approaching holiday season and the fact that many Americans are still adjusting to in-person school and work, we reached out to a few Buddhist teenagers to ask for their advice on how to deal with social anxiety.CHEAT SHEET0:55 What is social anxiety?3:18 Meet Nico, Kimmy and Sudha3:57 How they started practicing Buddhism9:14 Their favorite Buddhist concepts11:34 What it's been like to go back to school 19:30 Their best advice for social anxietyReferences: ADAA: The COVID-19 Cycle: Social Anxiety and Withrdrawal in School-Aged KidsADAA: Social Anxiety During COVID-19Buddhability: Why Buddhist Don't Sweat MistakesGirls Night In: Questions to Ask a New Person
In episode 77 my guest is Eric Scott, a Licensed Clinical Master Social Worker , with a private practice in Southfield, Michigan. Eric shares his expertise on Teens and Suicide and Risk Factors in Black Youth. Eric shares what he considers to be some common risk factors and how mental illness and unresolved traumas impact youth. Please share and listen to this episode.Are you in need of coaching or counseling for anxiety, depression, trauma or having relationship problems? You can find me at my website, (www.empoweringserenity.net ) or follow me on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/connieakinslpc/and join my Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/empoweringserenityandguidance and locate me on the Therapy for Black Girls website for counseling. Please subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and help Connie Akins increase the number of views and listeners. Please share and thanks for your support.
Today, we're talking to the award-winning journalist – and newly published author! – Melinda Wenner Moyer. Melinda is the mother of two kids, a parenting journalist, and the author of How to Raise Kids Who Aren't Assholes: Science-based Strategies for Better Parenting – From Tots to Teens. Today we talk about the clear and actionable strategies for raising generous, kind, helpful, honest, independent, and resilient kids which is something on the forefront of our minds right now heading into Thanksgiving and the holidays. We talk about kindness, lying and swearing, screentime, self-esteem and the important practical stuff we can do to help shape our kids into kind and resilient people that are built to change this world for the better! Thank you to our sponsors: Printfresh: www.printfresh.com code LIVING for 15% off your first order Country Heat Weekly: Follow Country Heat Weekly podcast on Amazon Music Talkspace: www.talkspace.com promo code LIVING for $100 off your first month True Bill: www.truebill.com/living Produced by Dear Media.
You may be thinking my teen is anything but grateful. Teens are definitely not naturally grateful but there are things you can do to increase gratitude in your teens. In this episode we talk about why gratitude is so important and how we can teach our teens to be grateful and thankful. On our show today we have a special guest ERICKA SÓUTER, Parenting Expert and Author of How to Have a Kid and a Life: A Survival Guide. Erika is a nationally recognized voice in parenting news and parenting advice. She has over 20 years of journalism experience and is a frequent contributor on Good Morning America and other national broadcast outlets, where it's her job to speak to parents across the country about the issues, controversies, and trends most affecting families today. Her writing has also been featured in People magazine, Us Weekly, Essence, Cosmopolitan, Self and WebMD. She received her bachelor's degree from Georgetown University and master's degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Website: ErickaSouter.com Twitter: @erickasouter Instagram https://www.instagram.com/erickasouter/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Brooke Romney is a writer, speaker educator and connector and has been published in The Washington Post, The Deseret News and a host of other online publications where her pieces have been read millions of times.She published her first book I like me anyway: embracing imperfection, connection and Christ which has changed the lives and perspectives of thousands of women and men all over the world. Her most recent book, 52 modern manners for today's teens is now out and helps parents and teenagers adopt fresh perspectives and doable strategies for living a more successful and connected life.When she is not writing or mothering, you can find her in a good book, volunteering in the schools, or on a walk with a friend.In our conversation today:Brooke's first book and her story of finding her purpose and identityHow she noticed the lack of manners in today's teens and the cause of thatHow her most recent book is changing the lives of teens and familiesConnect with Brooke:Website: https://brookeromney.com/IG: @brookeromneywritesBooks: I like me anyway and 52 modern manners---Are you struggling to implement these concepts and parenting philosophies? Implementation of what we're learning is KEY, it makes THE biggest difference when were on the path to change. Join me in a FREE workshop this month, “Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Parenting”.Dates:Part 1- November 23rd, 2 pm MSTPart 2- November 24th, 2 pm MSTOpen coaching call/Q+A- November 29th, 8 pm MSTClick here to register: Change Your Thoughts, Change Your Parenting---I would be honored to be your coach and help you get the changes you want to see in your life. The tools that I talk about in my podcast and use in my coaching have completely turned around my life and my relationships with my children. I know what it takes and how to make it happen. You can use the links below to get more of my content and to learn what we do in my program By Design. I love helping women tap into their inner expert and build radical connection in their relationships with their children.Link to membership: By DesignFind me on the ‘gram: The.Parenting.CoachMy website: coachcrystal.caWork with me 1:1 right HERE
Happy Monday everyone! A sincere "thank you" for allowing our show to put out 2,000 episodes over the past 13+ years! We couldn't do this without your amazing support! Today Listener Michelle joins us from Boston to talk about her trip in early October with her mother and two teen kids! We talk about staying in a Cabin at Fort Wilderness, renting a golf cart and having groceries delivered, highlights from times in each of the four theme parks, and amazing 3 park last day, and much more! We hope you enjoy today's show! Please visit our website at www.beourguestpodcast.com. Thank you so much for your support of our podcast! Also, please follow the show on Twitter@BeOurGuestMike and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/beourguestpodcast. Become a patron of the Be Our Guest Podcast over at www.patreon.com/BeOurGuestPodcast. Thanks to our friends at The Magic For Less Travel for sponsoring today's podcast!
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episodeWe often hear that the secret to a healthy relationship of any kind is communication...but what does that really mean? Does it mean apologizing when we feel we've messed up, or daring to discuss uncomfortable topics? Are there certain things we shouldn't say, and how do we know when we're communicating too much? How do we get teens who are checked out to actually hear what we're saying? These questions and more are keeping us from having an open, communicative relationship with our teens.But when bad communication causes so many problems, it's understandable that you might be hesitant. When you're feeling frustrated or upset with your teen, certain ways of communicating can deepen the divide between the two of you instead of building a bridge. Teens who are dealing with pressures from every side of life can sometimes drive us up the wall–and despite our best efforts, we too often let our communication fall into a pattern of yelling, nagging and not really listening to what they have to say. This week, we're helping you fight the tendency to slip into all the fussing and fighting. By giving you the guidance to create a healthier, more communicative relationship with your teen, our hope is to bring some harmony to your home. Our guest is David Bradford, professor at Stanford's graduate school of business and author of Connect: Building Exceptional Relationships with Family, Friends, and Colleagues. David's been teaching a seminar at Stanford on interpersonal dynamics for two decades, and he's here to share some of the most valuable insights from his work with us.David and I are discussing why teens often refuse to hear anything we have to say, and how we can open up a stronger, more positive channel of communication between us and them. We're providing alternatives to giving advice, which, according to David, in'ts as effective as we think! Plus, we're discussing what David calls the “three realities of communication” to uncover why our misunderstandings can so often lead to hurt feelings or accusations.Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD, Crohn's disease, ulcerative colitis, and indeterminate colitis) is being diagnosed in young people with greater frequency. Research on how to treat pediatric patients, and indeed how to prevent IBD in the first place, is still lacking. What's not in short supply is the strength and resilience shown by pediatric IBD patients and their families. Meet Brooke, a pediatric patient at Connecticut Children's Hospital who credits her dedicated IBD team with her ability to live a life filled with summer camp, dance, and tennis lessons, without the symptoms of ulcerative colitis. Concepts discussed on this episode include: About IBD Podcast Episode 27 – Welcome to Camp Oasis Why Clinical Remission Is Not the Goal in IBD Avoiding Dehydration Find Amber J Tresca at AboutIBD.com, Verywell, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. Credits: Mix and sound design is by Mac Cooney. Theme music, "IBD Dance Party," is from ©Cooney Studio. Transcript and more information available at: https://bit.ly/AIBD105
Happy Thanksgiving!I am super excited to learn more about cryptocurrency from our guest today, Joel Clelland! Joel is the CEO at Centric, which is a digital currency company making strides in the cryptocurrency industry. With over 20 years of extremely diverse career experience, Joel is able to find creative ways to innovate and develop his company. I'm super excited to learn more about his entrepreneurial journey, improve my understanding of how digital/decentralized currencies work and, in what ways this will impact the GenZ future. To Read the Transcript and for Links in this Episode please visit:https://www.whyfimatters.com/post/all-things-cryptocurrency-for-teens-ft-ceo-of-centric-joel-clelland Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/whyfimatters)
Tips to nurture your relationship with your children and teens...Stay calm and observe/take a breath/ask questions when kids and teens act upBe patient with how many times that it may take for you to teach a lesson to develop a skill or traitHear your kids (Say "YES" when you can...listen to their desires and set up ways for them to accomplish those)Forgive Your Children: messes, smells, etc.Move away from your ideas of perfectionism and accept your kids where they are atEstablish you home as a sanctuary where kids are accepted for being themselves!Aaron Benson, M.S. of Social Work, has worked for over 13 years as a counselor and a coach supporting individuals with mental health challenges. He is the owner of Wellness Simplified and enjoys providing trainings and support for individuals and groups to address challenges, including but not limited to burnout and grief. If you would like to contact him for one-on-one sessions or group trainings you can email him at email@example.com.Are you ready to upgrade your life and have more success? Join our Vision Board Masterclass for January 2022 and start moving forward and get better results in life. Set a goal, and learn to use visualizing and action to make it happen. Or Join Arise Now where you can learn the mindset you need to bring in success as you set and get goals for 3 months with all the support and help you need to start arising and thriving in your life! Visit ariseandthrivelife.com to sign up!Join our free fun Facebook group to help give you support, accountability and inspiration to help you declutter, organize and beautify your home...Join us on Facebook at "In Order to Thrive". (This facebook group was previously named "Order in October")
How Belarus's president is weaponizing a refugee crisis to get back at the European Union. And, what it means to “pass” as White. Read more:Thousands of refugees are currently stuck in limbo on the border between Poland and Belarus, invited by Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko when he announced that his state would no longer secure Belarus's border with the European Union. The invitation was his way of retaliating against sanctions that the E.U. has enacted against Belarus for a number of reasons. But the power play has created a refugee crisis at the border — one that threatens to grow deadlier as temperatures drop in the forests between Belarus and Poland, Loveday Morris reports. Later in the show, we continue our Teens in America series with a story from 17-year-old Ichtaca Lira. Ichtaca has always been certain of their identity as a person of color. But when people on social media told them that they looked White, it sent them down a path of self-exploration: What does it mean to “pass” as White? “Language has simply not evolved fast enough with the rate that these complex discussions about race are happening,” Ichtaca says. “We don't have enough words to describe people of color who also just don't feel like they fit into anything that's out there right now.”This series is produced in collaboration with YR Media, a nonprofit media, music and technology incubator. For more stories in this series, visit wapo.st/teens.
Helping our teens navigate the world of dating can be tricky. In this episode, Karen offers fantastic, practical advice for keeping the lines of communication open and speaking truth in love into your teen's life. Pick up a copy of Karen's Prayer Journal in the BOAW shop today!
Gift Guide Round 3: Siblings, Teens, Co-Workers, Friends, and Grandparents! Our third gift guide ep already?! We know. There's so much ahead—and behind if you missed part 1 and part 2—but if you're still on the present hunt, subscribe to Secret Menu for many more holiday-shopping thoughts ‘n feelings. Kids and Teens! Almost 14 year old girl Brooklyn kid Art! Ideal Bookshelf 974: Feminists by Jane Mount, The Ten Largest, No. 2, Childhood, Group IV by Hilma af Klint, Krista Marie Young painting, and Amber Vittoria prints The start of a charm bracelet, maybe with this Catbird Holy Cannoli charm Studs e-gift card Lizzie Fortunato Little Candy DIY Kit (for a younger kid: Super Smalls or Susan Alexandra) Olive & June mani system Dye Kween Sleep mask or socks Kule T-shirt This Is What I Know About Art by Kimberly Drew Macmillan Visual Dictionary D C-T! by Joana Avillez and Molly Young Donation to Girl Up Monogrammed tech accessories from Leatherology Angsty teenage nephews who already have everything Art! Eye Test Chart by George Mayerle, Every Outdoor Basketball Court in Manhattan by Jenny Odell (paired with How to Do Nothing?), or something from Top Posters & Prints Via the Public Announcement newsletter: Procure an iPod, load the iPod with music you love, give the iPod to the kid. Snacks: Bokksu, Patagonia Provisions, Lani Halliday pop-tarts, Blondery Blondies, or Oreo ID Audm subscription Courier magazine subscription Black Futures by Kimberly Drew and Jenna Wortham Youth to Power: Your Voice and How to Use it by Jamie Margolin Donation to Canines for Disabled Kids 10 year old niece who is obsessed with Japan (Japan trip isn't in the budget) Pen pal through Pen Friend Clubs of Japan (PFC) Sanrio! Gudetama bank, Hello Kitty happy lunch box set, and all the stickers, pens, notebooks Punilabo scissors Paperi Design Shop Hiragana chart Bokksu Japanese snack subscription Tatsuya Tanaka Miniature Life calendar Maruchan Ramen Noodle planter from Happy Plants Mochidoki Kawaii Pen Shop gift card Kizuna gift box Nephews/Godsons who already have so much stuff. They are 6 months (read: only interested in food but not really able to eat it) and 4. The 4 year old loves trucks, singing, Toy Story, and learning about everything. but he has all of the things! While I think donations are cool, I'm not really interested in that for a four year old who won't understand that i didn't forget to give him a gift. National Diaper Bank Network donation Kitpas bath crayons Raddish Foodstirs DIY cookie kit Haus playhouse Parchie watch Pedersen + Lennard balance bike Twee planet chalk Storytime Chess Areaware Blockitecture set WayToPlay car track Brothers and Brothers-in-Law! My 35 yo brother who exclusively wears shirts from regattas, has horrible taste in women A feature in the Hot Singles newsletters Hama Hama oysters The Rope Co. nautical rope doormat Games: Wolfum checkers/chess set or Molkky Grailed vintage regatta gear Vaer Field Watch Blackbird Spyplane paid subscription Sirene Journal Ocean Conservancy donation Brother who's living #vanlife Fancy tinned fish: Big Night if you're in NYC, Conserva Culture, and Fishwife Opinel No. 8 beechwood handle knife Westerlind for clothes Alice Waters egg spoon or one from Eggspoon.com Human Race rice powder cleanser or routine pack Libro.fm subscription for audiobooks Feeding America donation Sisters and Sisters-in-Law! Sister - has main character energy. Runs an apple cider vin business. Into funky style. Leanne Ford x Crate & Barrel measuring cups Krista Marie Young oven mitts Jacques Benoît vinegar pot Custom perfume from Nova Vintage blown-glass apples on Etsy James Shaw candleholders Isabel Halley wine cups or dessert plates Novel Mart boquerones baseball cap Edas earrings Carleen quilted vest Custom hand-painted sign from Cevallos Brothers or Olive Panter Oui the People rose gold razor The Missoni Family Cookbook Black Farmer Fund donation My sister: hyper-intellectual, single, gay, social justice dr., autoimmune issues so stuck home. Dusen Dusen PJs Royal Jelly PJs Mizar and Alcor robe Clare Salvo Cards Against Malarkey Hollie Velten Big Sur cushion Horti plant subscription People's Pottery Project ceramics RIP Medical Debt donation Mary Roach books: Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law, Packing for Mars: The Curious Science of Life in the Void, and Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War Sister in law who is mostly great and has very good taste but veryyy self absorbed, always has long term relationships but then doesn't commit because she doesn't believe in compromise, likes good food wine coffee, and also clothes (everlane/& other stories), likes to be luxe but in a slightly (not completely) subdued way. Ceramic coffee set-up, like Anna Lebrija french press or Zizi Ceramics dripper set Gjusta Goods coffee gift box Big Macs & Burgundy by Vanessa Price and Adam Laukuf Eater Wine Club subscription Aqua de Vida balm bars Susanne Kaufman bath oil or bath oil trio The Gentlewoman Modern Manners Jamie Beck Pinot Noir series poster Ripped Bodice Read, Romance, Repeat subscription box Esther Perel Where Should We Begin - A Game of Stories Inclusive Therapists donation My fiance's family does a gift exchange with the extended family with the idea that you can get a bigger/better gift for the one person instead of having to buy something smaller for everyone. I got assigned his cool cousin who lives in NYC. She's in her late 30's, got married 2 years ago, no kids, and she's a really successful lawyer. We only see her so often and she's usually on her computer keeping up with work when we do see her, so I don't have a great idea of her interests...besides they have a tiny dog that they love. I always love an experience gift for people, def something there with NYC? One other possibility is my fiance got her older sister in the gift exchange, so there's a possibility that we could do something that the both of them could enjoy together? Her sister lives in a Philly suburb and has a family with 2 kids so different point of life. Little Beast dog sweater Katie Kimmel custom vase Laylo Pets x Altuzarra dog bed Susan Alexandra dog leash and collar Card holder: OAD wallet or Bottega Veneta credit card holder Flower Flash by Lewis Miller Museum or botanical garden membership Tickets to Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show (deadline is 11/29!) Aunts, Uncles, Grandparents, and Other Adults You Know! Next door neighbor, 94 year old Italian woman who loves the Pope and New England sports Go up for Glory by Bill Russell Novel Mart Italiano collection—a bolognese sweatshirt, a ravioli hat! Chefanie farfalle barrettes Grossy Pelosi pasta water mug (with homemade Italian Holiday cookies!) Issimo soup box or Eataly gift box From Roy panettone Felt Pope Christmas ornament Older curmudgeonly uncle with lots of stories and jokes. Cooks but scorns fancy equipment. Miami Fruit Pickle Guys Degen YUCK sweater America's Test Kitchen membership Made In cookware Small Victories by Julia Turshen Save Room for Pie by Roy Blount Jr. Local food bank donation My smart feminist ex-social worker grandma who likes G&Ts and is a hoarder Six Barrel Soda Co. tonic bundle or Sunwink tonic variety pack subscription Chefanie cocktail napkins Made by DWC gift set Woman Made: Great Women Designers by Jane Hall Plan C or National Network of Abortion Funds donation Friends! 29 y/o BFF who just got dumped and fired, she loves Rebecca Solnit, POOG, and yoga Private yoga class with one of her fave instructors Sky Ting TV gift card One of Rebecca Solnit's atlases Collective Wisdom by Grace Bonney Start Where You Are or When Things Fall Apart by Pema Chödrön Esker gift set Something creativity-focused: Gondola Pastels, POJ Studio waza kits, The F Series paint sticks, Studio Sundays art supplies, Art Life practice kits, and Unwind Studio needlepoint kits Dipsea gift certificate Best friend! loves old furniture and travel and old churches and beauty, less than $100 The Furniture Bible: Everything You Need to Know to Identify, Restore & Care for Furniture by Christophe Pourny Stained glass or glass-blowing workshop: Pressed Flowers Stained Glass at Urban Glass in NYC on 12/9 Miniature stained glass churches—so many good ones on Etsy, like this Trendy-ish beauty service, like brow laminating Sania's Brow Bar pencil, tweezers, and scissors Partners for Sacred Places donation Co-Workers and Bosses! My boss who is a die hard AKA sorority sister (same as Kamala Harris), v much part of the Bey-hive, and wears all of the hats (boss, mentor, counselor, mom, wife). EXAU olive oil Justice of the Pies pie Cult Pens advent calendar Vintage AKA tee—here, here, and here Drop the Ball by Tiffany Dufu Kamala and Maya's Big Idea Un|bound five-year journal Black Girls Code donation People I work with - design studio so they all already have access to nice things. Our team is small enough that the vibe is to give everyone something? Under $40 Bonilla a la vista patatas fritas Custom Marmite or Sour Patch Kids Cute food! Opopop, Omsom, Soul Chai, Cornbread26 madeleines, The Chai Box gift set, Gjusta marinated olive oil, and Batchworthy Que water bottles Moglea playing cards Vintage interior design book that you pick out for each Ali Forney Center donation For last year's gift guides, head here and here. What are your last-minute gifting go-tos? We wanna know at 833-632-5463 and @athingortwohq! Download the Zocdoc app—it's free!—and book that doctor's appointment you've been putting off. Explore all of our favorite gift picks at MoMA Design Store—so much amazing stuff, and it's 10% of now through November 24 with the code ATHINGORTWO online or in store. Try professional counseling with BetterHelp—10% off your first month with our link. Gift the coffee- and tea-drinkers in your life Ember. It's 10% off for first-time purchasers with our link. YAY. Produced by Dear Media