Best Parentingteens podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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I'm Hannah Coles, LDS Life Coach and I help women overcome their insecurities, worries, and doubts and teach them how to create AMAZING, lasting, genuine confidence!
 
In each podcast, “Beyond Good Intentions” with Kristen Duke, shares a heartfelt discussion with guests about their own childhood and the parenting choices they now make as adults. Through these stories, you will find specific ideas for strengthening families and answers to parenting questions that pull at all of our heart strings. You'll walk away with strategies for deliberate parenting that help to move beyond good intentions to a stronger family. Kristen, a mother of 4, has shared her pas ...
 
Do you feel that parenting teens is the biggest job you’ll ever have? Are you wondering about how to help your child discover his or her unique potential? Are you dedicated to raising a child with character and integrity? Based on the Hyde School’s philosophy of “parents are the primary teachers and the home is the primary classroom,” this podcast was created to help parents understand just how to put this philosophy in place in the home, and to discover the transformative outcomes that happ ...
 
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David Washburn is 17 and his life is unraveling. Sheila, his mom, is desperate to find out: What is happening to her son, and what can she do to help? The Teen Mind hunts for answers and gives practical advice for Sheila and for parents who are worried about their teens. Not a parent? Don’t worry. This show is for anyone who is curious about how the mind works, and how to get along better with those closest to you.
 
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We've all been there. We think one little irrational thought and concern quickly erupts into a giant mountain of a problem and then we worry, stress, and create panic within us. This is catastrophizing, my friends, and it isn't pretty. Learn why this habit of thinking IS harmful to you and how you can stop feeling like you're falling apart or s ...…
 
Blaming others is easy but it never solves the problem. No one wins at playing the blame game, so why do we still do it? Come learn how to kick the blaming habit for good and find out what the ultimate power move is instead.By Hannah Coles.
 
“The more vulnerability that I share with my children, the closer we become.” Luc Levensohn, Hyde Alumni Parent Luc’s daughter was dealing with anxiety in high school, mostly caused by self-applied pressure to achieve in a school culture very focused on achievement. When Luc and his family found Hyde, he learned a lot about the need for a diffe ...…
 
Hi friends! I'm back from my vacation and thoughts I'd just share a little brain dump of what's going on in my life. I'm in a little transitional phase with the podcast right now, and sharing some of those changes in this episode, along with some TEARS with behind the scenes thoughts on the goings on in my life. Thanks for joining me in this jo ...…
 
We all need help from time to time. There's no reason it needs to be scary, weird, or complicated. In today's episode I expose our most common reasons why we fear asking for help and the way to ditch the fear and opt for confidence instead. As we all need a little help, you're not going to want to miss this one.…
 
Creativity is one of THE most useful feelings we can generate for ourselves. But there's a lot of us out there that feel that creativity just isn't for them. There's a huge misconception of what creativity actually IS and who has it and who doesn't. In today's episode I uncover what the creative process ACTUALLY is, why everyone is creative, an ...…
 
This episode is very dear to my heart! So much so that I am sharing a FREE e-book with the 13 points outlined, meant for discussion between parents and teens. In this podcast, I explore each point in depth with extra detail. Grab the e-book HERE: Teens and Social Media I also chatted about my AMAZON store in the episode: My favorite phone case ...…
 
No one likes failing. It seems like such an ugly word. People avoid putting themselves in positions where failure might be an option. If there's a chance they could fail, No thank you. But what if failure didn't have to mean BAD? What if failure was actually something to embrace and lean into? What if failure was the ONLY way to success? Tune i ...…
 
Bonnie just birthed her NINTH child! I always love talking to people with big families, and it was a delight to hear her speak about her joyful chaos with 9 kids, ages 14 and under. Check out our family favorites in our AMAZON STORE Thank you for the reviews, sharing episodes with your friends, and for joining in the community on Instagram at @ ...…
 
When it comes to marriage there are a lot of areas where doubt, fear, and insecurities can sneak in and damage your relationship. In today's podcast I talk about 3 confidence killers in your marriage, how they're showing up and what you can do instead to create CONFIDENCE in this special, sacred relationship.…
 
So many of us worry about finding our ONE grand purpose in this life. We worry that we won't find it, that we missed it, that maybe we might not even have one. In today's episode I talk ALL about finding your unique purpose. I teach you about the three kinds of talents and how to discover your purpose in a matter of MINUTES with my Purpose Equa ...…
 
Focus on yourself. Pieter Wolters and Ank Stuyfzand are proud of their son’s character and growth; they are also proud of their own growth as parents. In our series of interviews with Hyde Alumni Parents, I usually ask the question “What was working in your parenting before you got to Hyde?” Ank Stuyfzand and Pieter Wolters had several answers: ...…
 
I'm so very happy to share my interview with 16 year old Claire, who experiences mental illness. Her mom Cassidy is a dear friend from high school was my interview in episode #4, so listen to that if you haven't yet! Claire goes into detail about how she is happy to dispel the stigma that you don't talk about mental illness and I love her for t ...…
 
What’s Your Parenting Style? Hyde Alumni Parent, Kate Carey, says hers was “Why am I the only one who sees clearly? I’m a victim and I’ve got some resentment.” She describes her husband’s style as “sometimes pampering, sometimes fury.” Both are very descriptive! Whatever your parenting style, you’ll enjoy this brief but sincere conversation wit ...…
 
Sarah loves teens as much as I do, and when I met her 6 months ago, I knew we were kindred spirits. She's right in the thick of things with her 3 teens + pre teen, just like me! She is a nurturer of teens, and it's clear when she shares that her teens friends come over for dinner, and confide in her. I love when she mentioned teens getting a ba ...…
 
We live in a world of competition and comparing which can easily slide into jealousy and envy. I hope today to shine light on these two so you can understand them better. Why we feel this way, how it tends to show up, and how we can overcome these feelings and be able to create confidence in these areas instead.…
 
Amber is a health coach at @Biceps.After.Babies and shares encouragement that you can choose to live a healthy lifestyle at any age. AND you don't have to sacrifice the foods you love either. As part of Amber's business, she coaches people in macro counting and strength training, teaching that body confidence needs to start with loving ourselve ...…
 
Podcast 103: Jeff and Melissa Burroughs: Their daughter brought them back to Hyde… “I didn’t really want my daughter to go away to school…” Jeff Burroughs, former assistant Head of Hyde School, and Hyde Alumni Parent. As former teachers and administrators at The Hyde School, both Jeff and Melissa Burroughs knew well what the program was like fo ...…
 
Every tenth episode I want to bring you one of my teachers, favorite authors, and sources of inspiration that have helped offer me a new perspective, skill, concept, or lesson to adopt in my life. Today, I start with one of my all-time favorite authors, speakers, teachers, S. Michael Wilcox. I share just three ideas from him and invite you to t ...…
 
Surviving childhood leukemia brought on a great deal of survivors guilt for Jamie. She felt like a disappointment, uncertain why she survived when she had known so many other cancer patients that she adored, who weren't so lucky. She was bullied in high school, felt angry towards her parents, and just didn't understand why she was so special to ...…
 
“Tell My Story.” - Ryan Reid Jason (Jay) Reid is doing just that; telling his son, Ryan’s story. Ryan took his life when he was 14, leaving two Post-It Notes: one was the passcode to his computer; the second said “Tell My Story.” In this podcast we hear from a very brave father who misses his son, wishes he’d been more vulnerable, wishes he’d l ...…
 
There are a lot of women who struggle with Mother's Day. Some have lost their Mom and don't want to grieve or be reminded of her passing. Some Mothers feel inadequate and feel like they're failing and the LAST thing they want is to hear how other "super moms" are killing it. Some women struggle because they don't have the relationship they'd li ...…
 
Leigh is a therapist specializing in Women's health. In this episode, we talk a lot about self care as well as anxiety which plagues so many people young and adult alike. She says, "Depletion is probably the largest pre cursor to depression and anxiety. Self Care is SO important!" When you're stressed, your body shuts down. Leigh introduced to ...…
 
Who would want to do that – crash their career? But it’s the subtitle of the book, Ditch the Gatekeepers and Be Your Own Credential, that brings sense to the title; and it’s a new book written by Isaac Morehouse, a man who likes to call himself radically practical. Isaac has some pretty radical views on education, careers, and freedom; he belie ...…
 
Let's face it, no one is getting through life unscathed. We love, we care, we are passionate about things and because there's opposition in all things we're going to hurt, be sad, feel disappointment...pain, right? But what if I told you that MAJORITY of the pain you're feeling is OPTIONAL? In this episode I teach you about two kinds of pain an ...…
 
My friend Rachelle is a very intentional parent, right in the thick of things with a handful of teens and tweens. Her oldest is about to graduate high school (just like mine) and I was eating up all of the amazing ideas she shared about being service minded and teaching her teens to look outside of themselves. Find the ideas Rachelle shares on ...…
 
“Kids can’t identify with our achievements.” Joe Gauld, Founder, Hyde School It’s our 100th podcast! And our very special guest is Joe Gauld, founder of The Hyde School in Bath, ME. I asked Joe to be the guest on our 100th show because it all started with him. He founded Hyde School to prepare kids for life; after five years, he realized that u ...…
 
So many of us think that anything other than happy is a problem but it's really THIS belief that creates so much discord in our lives. Learning what to do with negative emotions will help you live a more authentic, full, JOYFUL life. We are that we might have joy and negative feelings are part of that journey. Tune in today to learn why negativ ...…
 
My friend Leigh Anne is here to share her wisdom today not only about parenting adult children, but some fun stories and tips from when her kids were younger and into the teen years. My favorite parts: Talking about waiting to be asked for advice Supporting their decisions no matter what The gift she gave her daugthers-in-law Family Traditions ...…
 
“Nothing is for sure when it comes to our kids; we do the best we know with what we have at the time.” - Dan Scott Dan Scott is the author of Caught In Between: Engage Your Preteens Before They Check Out; he is also a pastor and writer for Orange Books and speaks to teens and parents about child and adolescent development. He has written severa ...…
 
Michelangelo was once asked how he had created the magnificent statue of an angel, he is reported to have simply said, "I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free." Each of us in similar to that slab of marble. We feel STUCK and trapped inside our circumstances and unsure how to set ourselves free and how to move forward. Tod ...…
 
My youngest child, Cali, is 10 today and we are talking all things TWEEN! She has wanted to be interviewed on the podcast for a while, and I thought her birthday was the best day for that. You may enjoy the mother daughter back and forth chat we had, and you'll especially get a giggle about half way through as we visit the topic of how exactly ...…
 
“It’s About Effort, Not IQ” – Title of Chapter 10: The Sport of School, by Christian Buck There are so many great quotes and teachings in The Sport of School: How to Help Student-Athletes Improve their Grades for High School, College, and Beyond! that it was hard to choose the one that would catch your eye and make you want to listen to this po ...…
 
How many times have you been swept up in worry about what other people will think of you? We fret, fear, and show up really weird when we're trying to figure out what they think of us. This is exhausting and pointless. So how can you be authentically you without fear of what others think of you? Tune in today to find out!…
 
Mar'Lee contacted me after she heard last weeks podcast episode with Erin sharing about her runaway teen. She said this to me in an email, "I have had the impression I needed to do this for awhile, share my story. Tell Erin thank you. I was other is gone and I have always wondered how my mother felt. I came home eventually, and found my faith, ...…
 
We talk today with Ron Lieber, author of The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money. What parent wouldn’t want that? “It’s hard for parents to talk to their kids about money,” says Ron; “they are not dispassionate about money, and not calm and rational about their kids.” His book gives great advice f ...…
 
For many women it's difficult to look at themselves in the mirror and LIKE what they see. Think of how many pictures you've deleted because you couldn't stand to see that reflection of you? It's time to change this. It's time to make peace and friends with that girl in the mirror. Listen in today where I talk about WHY we struggle with this and ...…
 
I got an email recently from Erin saying that she loved listening to the podcast, but hoped to hear more interviews from people that were going through struggles with their kids. In her message she says, "It is depressing sometimes to listen to a podcast that's amazingly positive when you're having a hard time." I've said it before and I'll say ...…
 
“Parents need to listen to their teen. Support them in becoming who they want to be, not who you want them to be.” Marilyn Price-Mitchell, PhD Marilyn Price-Mitchell is a developmental psychologist, who works as a researcher and writer. For the last decade she’s focused efforts on studying how parents, educators and mentors nurture positive str ...…
 
In today's episode I talk about what perfectionism is, why you might be more of a perfectionist than you realize, why it's a problem, and how it's holding you back. If you're ready to overcome this, tune in. I've got you!By Hannah Coles.
 
We all experience FEAR but it's high time to re-evaluate our relationship to it.By Hannah Coles.
 
In today's episode I expose three lies your insecurities try and sell you on. These three lies pop up in our lives more frequently than we realize and create all kinds of havoc. Tune in to become aware and how to stop them!By Hannah Coles.
 
In this pre-episode I tell you a little bit about my backstory and why I decided to create, The Confidence Catalyst Podcast. People often ask why I chose to use the name, the CATALYST both for my coaching and for my podcast and so I share where it came from, why I LOVE it, and what it means for you too.…
 
"Usually we think our communicating is with our words, but our non-verbal communication is so much more powerful." Alisa shared so many amazing tidbits of information in our chat, this has definitely become into one of my top 5 favorite interviews on the Beyond Good Intentions podcast. She is so knowledgeable on a topic that I'm striving for da ...…
 
Would you, as a parent, buy your kid’s way into college? Signe Wilkinson, cartoon du jour TOON14, Admissions Scam "Here at Hyde School, we want kids to do the honorable thing without thinking about it." Malcolm Gauld, Director, The Hyde Institute Malcolm has been a teacher, coach and head of school at Hyde School; he is currently Director of Th ...…
 
I'm delighted to share with you my chat with Reachel Bagley. We met 8 years ago at a park in Arizona, and haven't seen each other since, but we've interacted online, as she shares wardrobe strategies as she helps others clean out their closets and minds at @CardiganEmpire. We talk about how she met her husband, adoption, surprise pregnancy, and ...…
 
“You can’t take the struggle out of parenting – it’s built in. The real question is, how much are we willing to challenge ourselves?” This quote from When Kids Call the Shots: How to Seize Control from Your Darling Bully - and Enjoy Being a Parent Again by Sean Glover, is just one of many wise things about parenting you will hear in this interv ...…
 
Tawni is a long lost friend that I just discovered, and I'm so grateful I found her on instagram recently. We discuss our love of teenagers, and her podcast, Becoming for Teens, as well as her family life in this episode. Tawni shares about her younger brother with special needs, and how he's captivated the hearts of the community. She also sha ...…
 
“Listen, listen, listen.” – Chris Guidera, Hyde Alumni Parent Chris Guidera, husband of Ali di Groot who was on the show last week, had similar words as his wife about his parenting: “I thought I had all the answers,” he admits; “and I learned that I needed to listen more. The family I grew up in - somebody was always talking; nobody listened.” ...…
 
How many times a week do you think, "this is so hard!" Sometimes in life we have to do hard things and the way we approach it makes a huge difference in our lives and what we create for ourselves. Tune in today to hear two questions to ask yourself when those "this is so hard" times come up for you.By Hannah Coles.
 
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