Parent-teen researcher Andy Earle talks with various experts about the art and science of parenting teenagers. Find more at www.talkingtoteens.com
Ep 113: What Top Athletes Can Teach Us About Teen Success
Jeremy Bhandari, author of Trust the Grind, interviewed the world’s most elite athletes to figure out what young people can do to be just as successful in their own pursuits.
Ep 112: Consequences of Your Teen’s Digital Footprint
Leah Plunkett, author of Sharenthood, joins Andy for a discussion on the consequences and benefits of our teens’ extensive digital footprint. We leave more data behind us than we think--who is using it and for what purposes?
Ep 111: Want Accountable Teens? Ask the Right Questions
John G. Miller, author of five books including Raising Accountable Kids and QBQ!, shares his expertise on how to get your teenager to be responsible for their own actions. Plus, the ultimate question to ask when it feels like nothing is working.
Ep 110: Hidden Depression in Perfectionists
Dr. Margaret Rutherford, author of Perfectly Hidden Depression and psychologist, chats with Andy about the symptoms--some intuitive and some counterintuitive--of depression. According to Dr. Rutherford many young people hide feelings of depression behind a constant state of achieving.
Ep 109: Can Your Teen Spot the Truth?
Cindy Otis, author of True or False and former CIA analyst, joins Andy to discuss how misinformation snowballs (and how to spot it), the long history of fake news, and how emotion can blind teens (and adults) to the truth.
Ep 108: Prepare Your Teen for Police Encounters
Jonathan Cristall, author of What They Don’t Teach Teens and a career prosecutor, gives Andy the insider scoop on what teens should know to stay calm and collected during any police or criminal encounter. Does your teen know their rights?
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Your bff when parenting teens
Discovered this podcast a few weeks ago and it has become my morning run buddy. Thank you for the amazing line up of guests and their practical advice. A must-listen for every parent of teens, and the earlier you start the better. Forewarned is forearmed 😉
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I love every episode. I’ve learned so much over the last few months listening to this podcast and it has helped me communicate better with my almost 15-year old. I love the interview style and the practical tips I get from every episode. Thanks!!!
What great content! I wish I heard about this years ago. I sent this around to my private podcast club, and all the parents loved it so far. Keep up the great work!