Best parents and teenagers podcasts we could find (Updated June 2018)
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The Encouraging Christian Fathers podcast is a weekly source of encouragement and parenting insight for christian fathers. The show is co-hosted by Joshua Sheats (a 30-year-old father of 2 young children) and Joshua's own father, David Sheats (a 73-year-old father of 7 grown children and grandfather of 11). The combination of David's 51 years of parenting experience and Joshua's fresh and current challenges lead to engaging and relevant discussions on all aspects of parenting!
 
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Today's Teenager
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Roy Petitfils, LPC has worked with teenagers for over 20 years. He shares insights and tips to help adults understand, reach and influence today's teenagers.
 
Launching Your Daughter podcast was created to support parents and caregivers in empowering their tween and teen girls as they prepare for young adulthood. Guests will be interviewed to discuss topics such as anxiety, perfectionism, depression, trauma, relationship struggles, budgeting time and money, nutrition and self-care. Conversations about mindfulness, self compassion, mind, body and spirit connections, holistic and alternative approaches used in psychotherapy and counseling will also ...
 
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A Bunch of Dads
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A rotating cast of dads share their experiences and hard-earned lessons in all stages of fatherhood. Featuring Giant Bomb's Vinny Caravella, Jeff Green of 1Up fame, Hardcore Dave Snider, Will Smith from Tested, and regular dad guests.
 
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The Teen Mind
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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.
 
Parenting Today's Teens With Mark Gregston
 
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Between Parents
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This podcast is a dialog about challenges and opportunities parents face as they raise kids, enjoy marriage, and live a purpose-filled life. These honest conversations give parents fodder so they can talk to each other, be encouraged, and recognize they aren't raising kids alone.
 
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The Parents' Show
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The blog of Radio Verulam's The Parents' Show - a weekly radio show every Thursday on 92.6FM and online at www.radioverulam.com - presented by Lydia El Khouri and Kathy Weston.
 
Today our children are exposed to more sexual imagery and sexual messages than any other generation in history. With media engaging children and teens 24/7, parents are struggling to figure out how to help their children navigate the sexual minefield. There is no precise map, but this program provides practical, credible, actionable clues to help parents get it right.
 
Every couple of weeks join me (Stuart Fleming, the guy who stops parents and teens from fighting about money) as I share the tips and techniques you need to teach your teenager about money. In this ‘100% boring free!’ show I chew the fat with parents who have survived the teen years, or are still in the midst of one-word-sentences, empty wallets and raging hormones. I ask for their sanity-secrets so you can learn from parents who have faced your struggles. If you’re brave enough, grab your f ...
 
A podcast from CPYU (Center for Parent/Youth Understanding) discussing issues related to the world of youth culture, children, teens and young adults.Co hosted by CPYU President Walt Mueller and Jason Soucinek, CPYU Associate Staff for Sexual Integrity and Executive Director of Project Six19.
 
This is the story of two friends. We haven’t known each other long, but we have a lot to talk about. So we started a podcast, a show about everything and nothing. And we are inviting you along for the ride. Join us as we talk about our daily observations as parents, as women, as adults (with sometimes a little immaturity thrown in). So turn up the volume and listen as we air it all out, one conversation at a time.
 
The Parent Footprint Podcast with Dr. Dan Peters aims to build a community of parents who are inspired to raise healthy, confident, and self-aware children who are engaged in life and contribute positively to the world. The show’s guiding principle is that raising healthy children starts with a parent's self examination of the experiences and beliefs that influence their parenting, and that helping children reach their own potential begins with a parent’s aspiration - and ability - to reach ...
 
Shows to help young people (and those who care about them) create the mindset, determination, commitment and motivation it takes to achieve what they want in life. We share success stories, interview current talent, talk about teen trends and media and divulge our awesome ninja mind tools. With leading youth coach Sarah Newton and guests.
 
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 ...
 
Join parenting expert, Deborah C. Owen, to learn great strategies and quick tips that will help you be the best parent you can be! De-stress your homelife starting today, and enjoy all the important family moments, big and small, as you raise great kids!
 
Interviews with parenting experts and world-class parents. We deconstruct their tactics, tools and routines so you can learn the methods of the world's best parents. We also discuss and summarize the most recommended parenting books to save you time.
 
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Advantage4Parents
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Author and founder of Advantage4Parents.com, Kate Raidt, interviews nationally acclaimed doctors and experts in a wide variety of parenting topics - from potty training tips, college entrance advice, improving your child's behavior to successful sports parenting - and much more!
 
The Daughter and Dads Radio Show is dedicated to showing dads how to communicate and relate better with their teenage daughters, hosted by Charles Prosper, Marriage and Family Therapist, 2nd-year graduate student, and his articulate and insightful 14-year old daughter, Luzemily.
 
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Kids Awakening
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At KidsAwakening.com, you can sign up to get Rhonda Ryder’s free ebook, “The 7 Secrets of Sharing The Law of Attraction With Kids and Teens”. This is a parenting resource and website for the latest leading edge information from some of the most respected transformational leaders/parenting experts of the world.
 
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Parent Talk
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Parent Talk, part of the Choose NOW Radio network, is hosted by Nicole O'Dell since 2011. Archives available at www.choosenowradio.com.Nicole O’Dell, finalist for the ACFW’s 2014 Editor-of-the-Year award, is the author of 24 books, founder of non-profit organization Choose NOW Ministries, and Publisher at Choose NOW Publishing. A national event speaker and founder of the Choose NOW Speaker team, member of the Speak-Up Speaker Team with Carol Kent and The Life of a Single Mom Speaker’s Bureau ...
 
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From The Nest
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Welcome to the From the Nest Podcast where co-hosts and married couple, Ken and Candi, share conversations about marriage, family, parenting, entrepreneurship, and sharing their lives on social media. They are more significantly known for their succesful YouTube Channel “Our Family Nest”. With nearly 1 million subscribers, they share their daily lives through vlogging with their 4 teenage children (ages 13 - 22). The down-to-earth, Midwestern family of six, live based on traditional family v ...
 
Being a mom is NOT all it's cracked up to be. Are We There Yet Moms is real, honest and hysterical. Join us as we interview other moms and share the painful truth about motherhood while laughing our asses off.
 
A podcast for parents who want to be "in the know."
 
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This Glorious Mess
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This is not the place for "perfect parents". This is a weekly look at parenting as it truly is - confusing, exhausting, inspiring, completely full of surprises and very messy. Join Andrew Daddo, broadcaster, author of children's books and father of three, and Holly Wainwright, editor, writer and mother of two, as they unpack what parents are really talking about. From toddlers to teenagers, it's all the disasters and delights of parenting, made real.
 
A Talk show focused on relationships, parenting, and life issues. Our goal is to help you get the most out of life, and laugh along the way. Try us out!
 
Parenting issues from diaper dilemmas to teenage traumas to college crises along with family, personal and professional life issues are dealt with in a straight-forward, no-nonsense, and often humorous way. Just tune in to listen to some words of wisdom or call in with your own questions.
 
For millions of American teenagers and their parents, adolescence is increasingly defined by one all-consuming goal: Getting into the right college.“Getting In” is a real-time podcast following a diverse group of New York-area high school seniors through the exhilarating and harrowing process of applying to college. The series is hosted by Julie Lythcott-Haims, the former Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University and author of “How to Raise an Adult.” The season will chronicle all the importan ...
 
Approachable Parenting is a parenting company, serving Muslim families in the UK. We run courses for Relationship Coaching, Pregnancy to 3 years, 4 - 11 years, and teenage parenting.
 
This show is all about teens in the real world and what we are thinking. It will also talk about teen problems and pressures in todays life as a teenager. Parents would do well to listen in ;)
 
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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 ...
 
Podcast especially for parents of teenagers. Covering topics such as sex and relationships, the digital age, self-esteem and much more.
 
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CoParent Courage
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Once you become a parent you are always a parent. It’s difficult to raise kids and even harder on your own, but throwing another Parent into this mix provides another set of unique challenges. From toddler to teenager, this Podcast is about what it takes to be a Courageous CoParent and create the Culture you deserve. Welcome to the CoParent Courage Podcast.
 
Fearless Mom wants to encourage EVERY mom by providing tools and teaching to help moms ENJOY life! No matter where you are in your mom journey… expecting your first baby, chasing toddlers and pre-schoolers, managing school-age kids, navigating life with teenagers, learning to live with step-children, or parenting adult children… Fearless mom is a judgment-free zone where you can connect with other moms and learn to be the mom God created you to be.
 
Take a glimpse into the world of applied positive psychology with The Flourishing Center. Each episode includes three sections giving you insights and hacks into a living an authentically happy and flourishing life. In the first segment, Science Says, uncover new research in positive psychology and how to apply the science to your life. In the second segment, we showcase a Life Hack which is a proven and practical action you can do today to boost your productivity and wellbeing. In the third ...
 
Becoming a single mum is one of the most daunting and overwhelming life changes someone will ever go through. Whether you are pregnant or have teenagers, you will most likely be confused and struggling with what to do next. I became a single mother in 2013 when my daughter was just a few months old, and it has been a challenging but rewarding journey ever since. This Podcast (and the website www.singlemothersurvivalguide.com) was created to assist newly single mothers in all things they may ...
 
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Families In Action
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Host Cary Quashen speaks with teens and parents and offers helpful advice on how to deal with troubled teenagers and adolescents.
 
My name is Sigga Dogg and I am an Icelandic sex educator and writer. My mission is to change the way we talk about sex by using humor, honesty and facts. - Feel free to take a peak inside my brain by listening to the podcast! -I always carry with me a collection of various genital photographs (shot by me and my partner) to promote genital and body diversity that I hand out for free.#sexuality #sexologist #sexed #IcelandChanging sexual perception and encouraging open and honest communication ...
 
The special needs adult population has limited options. Many families struggle after leaving the school system due to loosing supports. Further down the line, housing becomes a concern as aging parents care for aging adult children. Your host, Kim Albrecht, has a teenage daughter with severe autism. She is happy, mild-mannered, non-verbal, in diapers, loves to swim, and will require 24/7 care the rest of her life. The LOMAH podcast and community is a place to gather information to make smart ...
 
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GPS Advocacy
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Brought to you by Gloria Perez-Stewart, parent of a teenager with autism, disability advocate, and a community organizer. Perez-Stewart interviews parents, advocates, and attorneys and also includes experts with general areas of interest to parents: special education, special needs planning and general disability information.
 
Our show features teenage mom's to the billionaire dad. Covering a wide variety of topics including music, parenting, relationships, entrepreneurship and more. Topics and information that will enlighten, encourage and educate our listeners.
 
Teen Quest Live creates online conversations about youth ministry, parenting and issues facing youth workers in today's world.Teen Quest is a youth ministry that creates peak experiences youth groups and teenagers through camping, events, missions and evangelism.www.TeenQuest.org
 
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Dr. Mitchell Katz, CEO of NYC Health & Hospitals, said at least a dozen children separated from their parents at the border have been brought to the city's public hospitals for treatment. Eight children came to North Central Bronx Hospital, and four to Bellevue. Katz said they have come with their government-appointed guardians who, though well ...…
 
Parent meetings & seminars can be one of the most effective ways to impact the life of a teenager. Trust us! As parents of teenagers, we know how challenging it can be and how we need all the help we can get. Doing them well and getting parents to show up, however, can be a challenge… a big challenge. In this episode of the Longer Haul Podcast, ...…
 
Scott and Bethany Palmer share how to speak the same love and money language in their book, The 5 Money Personalities. Scott and Bethany Palmer have been married for 20 years! And they have 2 teenage boys. With over 45 years of combined financial planning experience, Scott and Bethany have dedicated their lives helping couples bring their love ...…
 
Thursday, June 21st, in the year of our Lord 2018 By Jonathan Clark Asia Bibi Still Awaiting Court Hearing After Nine Years It has now been nine years since the Christian Pakistani woman, Asia Bibi, was arrested in 2009 over false blasphemy charges against Islam. In 2010, Bibi was sentenced to death, and still awaits the hearing of her case by ...…
 
This broadcast updates and highlights previous topics of discussion, focusing largely on online/Alt-Right/Nazi fascism and some of the malevolent communities that coalesce around various ideological manifestations of that phenomenon.There has been little public recognition that many of the mass shooters whose activities have dominated much of t ...…
 
This week on Bad Advice- We discover our potential new positions in President Twatwaffle's administration. We discuss new, cutting edge parenting techniques, how to deal with teenagers and give advice for online and app dating. All that plus listener questions and a very special personal story from Drew Marks that's sure to leave a mark. Just w ...…
 
"The way you raise your boy now will strongly impact the kind of father they will become." Have you ever wondered about how your father became the way that he is? Last week, I had an experience that confirmed with me what I've observed to be true for many years in my work as a parenting coach - parents with young children can't imagine their ki ...…
 
In the latest edition of our podcast we are hotly discussing 'The Queen of Katwe' by Tim Crothers - the true story of Phiona Mutesi, a teenage chess prodigy from the slums of Uganda. Find it in print or audio on the OneCard network!Please Note: this recording (and book chosen) discusses mature themes and as such should not be listened to by you ...…
 
Richard Petrone Jr. and his friend, Danielle (Ottobre) Imbo, were last seen around 11:45 pm on Saturday, Feb. 19, 2005 leaving Abilene’s bar at 429 South Street in Philadelphia, where they met with some friends. They were heading for Richard’s 2001 black Dodge Dakota pickup truck, PA license plate # YFH-2319 parked in the neighborhood. Richard, ...…
 
Noa Woolloff talks to Kathryn about being a young dad, and his mission to break down stereotypes of teenage parents. Noa was 16 when he found out he was going to be a father, and 17 when Kayla was born. Since then he's founded a social enterprise to help other teen parents, and has spoken to schools around the country about his journey.…
 
Noa Woolloff talks to Kathryn about being a young dad, and his mission to break down stereotypes of teenage parents. Noa was 16 when he found out he was going to be a father, and 17 when Kayla was born. Since then he's founded a social enterprise to help other teen parents, and has spoken to schools around the country about his journey.…
 
One of the most prevalent human frailties — one that begins in childhood and stays with us the rest of our lives — is a concern about what other people think of us. To a 10-year-old, it might be what the other kids will think of her new tennis shoes. To a teenage boy, it might be what the girls think of his moves on the dance floor. To an adult ...…
 
Bobbi DePorter is president of Quantum Learning Network producing SuperCamp summer enrichment programs now with 75,000 graduates and programs in 19 countries; and Quantum Learning Education, with programs for teachers, administrators, students, and parents. QL has trained over 100,000 teachers and through these programs and the 8 Keys of Excell ...…
 
In this episode of this series on the unexpected, we are talking to Charlotte Smily about life as a teen parent and life as a parent of a teen parent. As a 17-year-old senior in high school, Charlotte found out she was pregnant with her oldest daughter, Morgan. Years down the road, Charlotte found out that Morgan was going to become a teen pare ...…
 
Darrell Bock Elaine, it’s a real pleasure to have you. Let me introduce you. You are an AT&T Product Marketing Director. I’ll ask you what that involves in a minute. And it says you came from a very poor family in Hong Kong. And then you moved here in 1980, came to the Lord in 1981. Married to Dominic, your husband. Elaine Kung: Yes. Darrell Bo ...…
 
Classic 1027 — Teenage depression and suicide is certainly a topic of concern. Occupational therapist Sarah Lamont explains why young kids are plagued by depression, and how parents and communities can help to create awareness around these troubling issues.
 
Dads and teens, how do they relate? How do they get along? Is it really two worlds colliding. We often here that dads and teens fight and clash and the teens can't wait to leave to feel the independence from their parents. This week were are going to hear from Leah's special guest, her step-daughter Claire, what she thinks of her dad and what t ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss a new method I recently came up with for disarming the limiting beliefs that you simply cannot seem to get out of your head. I found this method to be very effective! I hope it helps you too. You Might Also Like... The Limiting Beliefs You Can’t Get Rid Of Ep 6 – Retraining My Brain And Tackling Stubborn Childhood Be ...…
 
Lazy Bear Tea is a socially and environmentally inspired beverage company brewing teas from cascara, the dried coffee fruit. I suspect that, like me, you drink coffee…lots of coffee. But, also like me, you’ve probably never held a coffee fruit in your hand. The coffee bean that we are familiar with is the seed of the coffee fruit. And, just lik ...…
 
In this weeks episode I sit down with comedian, writer, and queer spawn Elizabeth Collins to discuss her experience with her father coming out, and then moving in with him and his partner as a teenager. We reflect on the impacts our parents lives had on who we are today, and how the country has progressed and hasn’t with their feelings towards ...…
 
Meet Abigail Douglass, the Alberta Party candidate for Innisfail-Sylvan Lake. A by-election in the central Alberta riding is expected to be called in the coming days. On this episode, Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel talks to Abigail about why she's running, her background and her thoughts on the big issues facing Alberta and Innisfail-Sylva ...…
 
Episode 8 – Maze Runner Maze Runner is the first book in a young adult sci-fi serie, by James Dashner. It is based in a dystopian future where a group of teen-agers are placed in the middle of an experiment called the Maze. They are forced to survive on their wits and the strength of their relationships alone until the day Thomas arrives and an ...…
 
Separated from her parents as a young girl, Channy Laux survived starvation and brutality during the Cambodian genocide of the 1970’s. She joined “All About Books” host Pat Leach in the studio to talk about “Short Hair Detention”, her memoir of survival and coming to Lincoln Nebraska as a teenagerBy netnebraska@gmail.com (NET Nebraska).
 
“How do you encourage young children to have the entrepreneurial mindset?”Well… you can get them a cool book about starting a business! Sounds like a good plan, only this genre doesn’t really sound very appealing to kids.Oh! How about sending them to one of those fancy, super rare business schools?Yeah, this would work EXCEPT your state probabl ...…
 
Some of the topics we covered in this conversation… How did the #IAmBeauty with Parenting movement start? [4:49] How do we stop making ourselves wrong for our choices? [11:07] How to NOT go into the trauma when your kids get hurt. [17:12] What do you do when you feel like a bad mom for NOT worrying? [26:38] Examples of how “kindness” can be del ...…
 
How do you help your children develop a growing sense of independence and autonomy by the age of seven? How do you deal with the increasing independence of your adolescent? The process begins as your toddler learns about play and social activities. However, your child is not able to play unless he knows how to play. He learns the idea of taking ...…
 
How do you help your children develop a growing sense of independence and autonomy by the age of seven? How do you deal with the increasing independence of your adolescent? The process begins as your toddler learns about play and social activities. However, your child is not able to play unless he knows how to play. He learns the idea of taking ...…
 
How do you help your children develop a growing sense of independence and autonomy by the age of seven? How do you deal with the increasing independence of your adolescent? The process begins as your toddler learns about play and social activities. However, your child is not able to play unless he knows how to play. He learns the idea of taking ...…
 
Host Stephen Brannon and Josh Sinquefield, Associate Pastor, Next Generation have a conversation to encourage parents of teenagers.
 
Welcome Janice Wilby (Reeves) to the show…she came from good humble beginnings surviving a 5 car pile up as a teenager, moving into a small aboriginal town starting highschool with her mom and younger sister, having a baby at a young age, going back to school and ending up as a communications consultant in Policing and Corrections where she lov ...…
 
There are some jobs it seems like no one would ever want. Who wants to pump a septic tank, why on earth would you ever work in a restaurant dish tank, who in the world would ever deal with dead people? Us humans are infatuated with rationalizing our place in the world by comparing it with those who have it worse. But the concept of “those who h ...…
 
We all dread the unexpected - we worry, plan, and avoid it at all costs. In the first episode of this series, we are talking to Malaya Bizaillion about life after the unexpected happens. At just 9 years old, Malaya lost her mom, Jenny Ross Bizaillion, following an unexpected illness that took her life only 19 days after going to the hospital. N ...…
 
(Left to Right) Bo Kratz, Paul Sandburg, Sheel Kohli More info on SIRs More info on Dragons For those of you who just read the blog version of each episode…this is one where you really should listen to the podcast! There was just too much good discussion to capture in blog form. Click icon below to listen on Apple or Google. A summary of the sh ...…
 
Jimmy Barrett and Shara Fryer take you through the stories that matter on the morning of 5/21/2018, including: Kids head back to school today after a weekend of probably thinking about the events in Santa Fe. What should parents be saying to kids who might be scared? How should parents handle their own nerves? Also, is this a wakeup call for pa ...…
 
Parents play a vital role in safe party practices for teenagers growing up from offering a safe space for teenagers to learn how to party safely but also how to offer the boundaries that they may not feel strong enough to make for themselves. Tenee Arthur, Jessica Curran and Nathalia Bennet represented the Mount St Benedict College Future Probl ...…
 
Technology addiction isn’t always easy to recognise, especially since many teenagers and tweenagers must now be plugged in so much of the time, whether for school, work or for other reasons. I wrote a poem about a parent’s dilemma with her daughter. It’s titled, “dear digital child”.
 
In this episode, we talk about the Cycle of our development that was detailed in Episode 10, but we focus on how we progress through the stages, what causes us to revisit the stages, and how to remain in happier, more peaceful stages longer. What stage are you spending most of your time in right now? What stage would you like to focus on? Regis ...…
 
Thomas Lickona, author of How to Raise Kind Kids, reveals how parents can combat the constant barrage of influence on teenagers from peers, media, and the internet. This requires creating a family culture so strong it overpowers the negative influences. In this episode, we lay out a guide for how to apply these techniques with teens.…
 
On todays show we have 2 very special guests: Lauren Heaydon and Scott Frankland. Lauren and Scott are the owners and founders of mentoryou.com.au The Mentor You website is designed for teenagers to help them discover their passion and purpose and Its also intended to provide relief and guidance for their parents as well. Our education system h ...…
 
My guest is Jennifer Dasal, Associate Curator of Contemporary Art at the North Carolina Museum of Art. She’s also the host of the ArtCurious podcast. In each episode of ArtCurious, Jennifer sheds light on some of the most unexpected, mysterious, and, well, curious stories in art history. And she does so in a way that is not only unique but also ...…
 
What a privilege it is for me to be standing here and speaking to you, my church family. Today is a special day, it’s Baptist Women’s Sunday. I haven’t always been a Baptist, but I feel so at home now that I’ve been adopted into this beautiful family of believers. I feel honoured to be asked to share with you today and believe that God has some ...…
 
Are you a teenager or a parent of a teenager who is just about to sit their GCSEs? This could be the perfect listen for you.Little Coach Farah talks to Zahra. She shares her journey with GCSEs and the lead up to them, she shares her worries and concerns and her 5 top tips for surviving and thriving this stressful time of year.Would you like to ...…
 
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