Join mother-daughter duo Simone and 15-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.
How Well Do You Know Me?
Every mother thinks she knows her child better than anyone else, even better than they know themselves. And with all the time teens spend with their parents, living under the same roof, they think they know you pretty well too. But just how much do we actually know? In this episode, we test our mother-daughter knowledge to see how well we really know each other.
10 Ways To Ruin Your Relationship With Your Teen
Maintaining a healthy relationship with your teen takes effort. All parents make mistakes, and despite our best intentions our words and actions can strengthen the relationship or break it. In this episode, we discuss 10 ways to ruin your relationship with your teen and how to avoid them.
8 Guys You Don’t Want Your Daughter To Date
Dating can be a lot of things. Fun, exhausting, expensive, exciting. You learn more about yourself, what you like, and what you don’t like. You also get a better idea of the type of people you like to spend time with. And you learn that there are some guys you want your daughter to avoid completely. In this episode we discuss 8 guys you don’t want your daughter to date.
Raising An Eco-Conscious Teen
You don’t have to be a treehugger to know that climate change is real and our planet is in trouble. And it’s really going to be today’s teens that will lead the way in sustainable environmental solutions. In this episode, we are joined by eco-friendly entrepreneur Phnewfula Frederiksen to share tips on raising an eco-conscious teen.
7 Conversations Dads Should Have With Their Daughters
Dads play such an important role in their daughters' lives. The best father-daughter relationships are built on trust, love, and mutual respect. And communication is key to developing that bond. But what if you’re not sure how to approach your daughter or what to say? In this episode, my husband and Journey's father, Colby Tyner, is here to help you figure out where to start by sharing 7 conversations dads should have with their daughters.
7 Things Your Teen Wants You To Know But Won’t Tell You
The space between childhood and adulthood is awkward and uncomfortable. And as much as your teen might want to communicate, sometimes they hide the way they feel because they don’t want you to get mad or judge them. But if your teen could tell you one thing and know that you would listen and truly understand, what would they say? In this episode, we’re revealing 7 things that your teen wants you to know but won’t tell you.
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.