Podcast: Tips for Having “The Talk” With Kids

  Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: Today we talk about “The Talk.” Yup, THAT talk. And we’re joined by Katie Malinski – a licensed child and family therapist who runs workshops around the country for moms and dads on this very important topic in…

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Podcast: Why Roughhousing with Kids is RIGHT!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: If you think roughhousing is wrong and that you have to halt all horseplay, then think again! This is a show your won’t want to miss! Today’s guest is Anthony DeBenedet, co-author of The Art of Roughhousing: Good-Old Fashioned…

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Podcast: Simplifying the College Application Process!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: Today we’re talking to Dr. Nancy Berk about getting your kids into the right college. No matter what the age of your kids – grade school, middle school, or high school – this show will have information that will…

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Podcast: Acclaimed Monologist James Braly on Marriage

  Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: We’re joined today by James Braly, author of Life in a Marital Institution – a memoir about a marriage told from a guy’s perspective. I read this book yesterday and have to tell you that it was one of…

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Podcast: Tips for Raising Emotionally Resilient Kids!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: In today’s show, we explore the spectrum of our children’s emotions with Julia Simens. As an educator, speaker, author and consultant, Simens has a gold-medal global perspective on children and parenting. Over the last 20 years, she…

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Podcast: Lighting the Spark Inside Your Child!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: If you read nothing more today, please read this statistic: When a child has one caring adult in their life, their level of confidence in the classroom increases 65%. 65%! Is that not an extraordinary statistic? Does…

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Podcast: Terrific Tips for Tots and Tweens and In Between!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: If you’re dealing with those tender years that fall between high chairs and high school, then this show is for you! We’re talking to parent coach, Meghan Leahy, who shares some of the wisdom you’ll find on her…

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Podcast: Solving Sibling Rivalry with Dr. Fran Walfish!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: “Stop fighting!” If you find yourself saying that to your kids a few too many times, then today’s show is for you! I’m joined by Dr. Fran Walfish, author of The Self-Aware Parent and a nationally recognized child and family…

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Podcast: NYT Best Selling Author Bruce Feiler!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: Boy am I ever happy! Today’s guest is New York Times best selling author, Bruce Feiler. Bruce’s newest book, The Secrets of Happy Famiies, is a new kind of playbook for modern-day families. And he’s here today to share…

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Podcast: Emotionally Resilient Kids!

Why not subscribe to the show in iTunes? And if you listen to podcasts on your smartphone, check out this great app: Stitcher! THIS EPISODE: Are your kids emotionally resilient? Do they bounce back after they experience the big – and little – setbacks in life? Kids who are emotionally resilient perform better academically and socially – and that’s what we’re talking…

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