Parenting Resources and Advice for Expectant Fathers, New Dads, Dads of Teens, Single Dads
The Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls
Lisa Damour, author of Under Pressure.
Topic: Confronting the epidemic of stress and anxiety in girls.
Issues: Coming to terms with stress and anxiety; girls at home; girls among girls; girls among boys; girls at school, girls in the culture
Raising Grounded, Generous Kids
Ron Lieber, author of The Opposite of Spoiled.
Topic: Raising kids who are grounded, generous, and smart about money.
Issues: Why we need to talk about money; how to start the conversation; the allowance debate; the smartest ways for kids to spend; how to talk about giving; why kids should work; how much is enough?
Improve Your Family’s Financial Outlook
Emily Guy Birken, author of End Financial Stress Now.
Topic: Immediate steps you can take to improve your financial outlook.
Issues: Redefining money; economic reasons why we struggle with money; psychological reasons we struggle with money; the difference between reducing financial stress and reducing financial problems; achieving a stress-free financial life.
How the Developing Mind Is Wired
Robert Melillo, author of Disconnected Kids.
Topic: Balancing the brains of kids with autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and other neurological disorders.
Issues: How the developing mind is wired; what causes left- and right-brain disconnect; identifying left- or right-brain deficiency; (re)training the brain through physical stimulation.
Strategies to Improve Communication with Preschoolers
Julie King, co-author of How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen.
Topic: Strategies and stories that will help you improve communication with your preschooler.
Issues: The importance of recognizing and acknowledging kids’ feelings—and how to do it; tools for engaging cooperation, resolving conflicts, and handling discipline; handling your own feelings—including anger.
What’s Wrong with How We Talk to Our Children—and What to Say Instead
Jennifer Lehr, author of ParentSpeak.
Topic: What’s wrong with how we talk to our children—and what to say instead.
Issues: Despite our best intentions, a lot of things we tell our kids does more harm than good; how to avoid words and phrases that manipulate, objectify, micro-manage, distress, invalidate, and threaten.
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Advertising is heavy and even seems tone deaf at times. The podcast about the dangers of too much screen time was followed by an ad for Nintendo games. What!?
Otherwise, podcast provides valuable content for a new parent like myself. Thank you!