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Half the time, being responsible for a young person can feel intuitive, but the rest is a mind field of worrying about their health and happiness. The Parent Hood, with Marina Fogle and Dr Chiara Hunt provides some simple answers to all those complex questions. 
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Half the time, being responsible for a young person can feel intuitive, but the rest is a mind field of worrying about their health and happiness. The Parent Hood, with Marina Fogle and Dr Chiara Hunt provides some simple answers to all those complex questions. 
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    Flexible Working

    Flexible Working

    They say everything changes when you become a parent, and one of those things is your relationship to work. Suddenly you cannot give your all to a career that you loved, you're torn between wanting and needing to work, and wanting and needing to be with your child. But today's workplace is changing, with employers understanding that efficiency and output can exist in a flexible workspace. 
    Marina talks to Olivia Bath, founder of The Women's Vault, about what options exist and how best to get what works for you.

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    • 46 Min.
    The Science of Learning

    The Science of Learning

    Edward Watson, retired Army Major and Bradley Busch, Psychologist, and authors of new book 'The Science of Learning: 77 Studies That Every Parent Needs to Know'.
    Using the studies as a guide to help you to understand the mysteries of children's brains. They discuss parents’ understanding of crucial psychological research so that they can help their children improve how they think, feel and behave in school (and, indeed, in life).

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    • 46 Min.
    The Power of Questions with Molly Oldfield

    The Power of Questions with Molly Oldfield

    QI Elf, mother of two, author and host of the podcast 'Everything Under The Sun' aimed at children to ask weird, wonderful and insightful questions, Molly Oldfield. We discuss why children have so many questions, what the best question is she's had and why asking questions is a great sign that they're bright change makers for the future. 
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    • 35 Min.
    The Things That Help With Grief

    The Things That Help With Grief

    "The level of loss is the level of love" says Julia Samuel, Marina's guest on this episode, explaining how you cannot gauge how much grief a person will feel according to who has been lost. This is crucial in understanding grief, she argues, because if a child has lost a dog they've loved their whole life, their grief will mirror the intense bond they shared. Our developed society does many well, but understanding grief isn't one of them. And yet, all of us will, at some point experience grief and so it's crucial we understand it. Join psychotherapist, councillor and best-selling author Julia Samuel and Marina as they discuss what grieving people need and what helps us with the grieving process.
    Download the Grief Works app on the Apple Store and follow this link for a 10% discount: https://griefworkscourse.com/the-parent-hood/

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    • 42 Min.
    What Science can teach us about our children

    What Science can teach us about our children

    Science is helpful in discovering medicine, innovation and keeping us safe, but can it help us understand our children better? Scientist and mother Dr Emma Byrne talks to Marina about how applying evidence based information to your individual child can help us better understand our children in their glorious and baffling complexity. 
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    • 38 Min.
    Birth Trauma

    Birth Trauma

    Giving birth is often magical, a moment you'll cherish for your whole life. But what about when it isn't magical, what about when you're worried about your child's safety, or your own, what about when it's the trauma you remember rather than the joy. Marina talks to author and mother Jessica Hatcher-Moore about how to parent if the birth has left you traumatised and how to treat your trauma.
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    • 48 Min.

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Super nice and helpful

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