Join mother-daughter duo Simone and 14-year-old Journey as they share laughs, love and life experience during honest—and sometimes uncomfortable—conversations about everyday issues that girls face as they transition from adolescence to adulthood. It’s a must listen for moms interested in building or strengthening your relationship with your daughter, looking for advice on how to start uncomfortable conversations, or learning more about what you can do to prepare your daughter for the teen years.
Helping Your Daughter Develop a Positive Body Image
From social media to movies to magazines, young girls are bombarded with media messages that can make it hard for them to feel good about their appearance. In this episode we’ll discuss some practical ways to help your daughter develop a positive body image.
Everything Your Teen Needs To Know Before They Leave Home
No matter how bright and brilliant your teen is, a lack of basic life and social skills will leave them at a disadvantage personally and professionally. But what exactly do they need to know? Are they ready for the real world? Can they make it on their own? In this episode we cover everything your teen needs to know before they leave home.
Teen Texting Acronyms and Slang Parents Need To Know
Teens have always created their own language. And it changes all the time. Now with smartphones and technology, they seem to write it just as much as they actually speak it. While you don’t want to spy on them, you do need to have a basic understanding of what it all means. In this episode we decode teen texting acronyms and slang that parents need to know.
20 Questions To Spark Meaningful Conversation With Your Teen
As your kids hit the teen years, things really start to change. They start building their own lives, and that means spending less time with you. And you can start to feel disconnected. But communication goes both ways. Parents, how often do you share how your day was or what you’re going through? In this episode we share 20 questions to spark meaningful conversation with your teen to keep the lines of communication open and get to know each other better.
12 Productivity Tips To Help Your Teen Master Time Management
There are a lot of things that teens need to learn to do for themselves before they leave home. Learning how to be independently productive is one of them. In this episode we discuss 12 productivity tips to help your teens learn how to manage their time, eliminate distractions and get focused. Plus, we’ll share some tech tools to help them stay on track. If your teen is a procrastinator this episode is for you!
Getting Emotionally & Mentally Prepared To Go Back To School
It’s almost back to school time and families have some tough decisions to make. In this episode, we’ll discuss this new level of anxiety about returning to school and how to handle all of the emotions we are feeling with our special guest relationship therapist Dr. Argie Allen Wilson.
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100% Real, 100% Fun
Authentic, real, laugh out loud moments rolled up in conversations that are reflective, relationship building and thought provoking. Encouraged to go on and have those uncomfortable convos where growth and development are on the other side. Good stuff y’all!
Authentic and relatable to the core!
A good time that closes the age gap between the experiences of parent and child. I loved listening to the plain speak from Simone and the funny snap backs from Journey! It feels so good to hear a lot of the experiences that we have all gone through echoed from another. It’s inspiring to hear how this mother/ daughter duo recounts what we have all gone through in life; being a parent, and remembering what it was like to grow up, have life smack you around, all while becoming yourself. A truly inspiring, beneficial, soul-feeding, fun time!
Simone looks like a kid herself but the advices she dishes is the real deal. The chemistry and bond between mother and daughter keeps it engaging while being informative and even fun. They have all “the talks” we adults often avoid with teenagers and they get thru it with their relationship left intact. I’m not a parent but I am a mentor and friend to many youth and found this very helpful.