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Hello, my name is Jennifer and I'm a writer and speaker who specializes in Humanistic Leadership and Humanistic Parenting topics.
Humanism is a highly effective approach to human development. In fact it is the most humane and holistic approach to ethical philosophy humanity has ever devised.
I am the author of: -The Humanist Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom -Jen Hancock's Handy Humanism Handbook -The Bully Vaccine -The Humanist Approach to Happiness Life Skills Course
I am currently working on a book about Humanistic Business Management
I write a freelance column about Humanism for the Bradenton Herald Newspaper. I publish the Happiness through Humanism blog and podcast.
As an attachment parent myself, I understand that all-compelling desire to nurture my children in every way possible! But at the end of the day when we're feeling touched out, desperate from lack of sleep, and the grump is on, who's really winning? Join me in this discussion to feel into what attachment parenting really means to us and how we can take care of ourselves too, so we can truly give our kids our best.
This week's guest is Nikki Knepper, author of the popular blog and Facebook page, "Mom's Who Drink and Swear". Nikki is a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor whose blog became the basis for her first book, “Moms Who Drink and Swear: True Tales of Loving My Kids While Losing My Mind.” Nikki is known for her commitment to using her vast and diverse audience to raise awareness and funds for charitable organizations. Her unique style of writing weaves common sense, healthy psychology, and humor into her
The Good-Enough Parenting Show kicks off the New Year in high gear. We'll be be bringing you all the best experts to help you get the answers and support for your parenting questions and issues. And, when you're done listening to us live, head over to www.good-enoughparenting.com and sign up to receive all our latest news updates AND receive your very own copy of
Transitioning from Early Childhood Into Tweens and Beyond! We all want our children to grow up to be responsible and self-sufficient adults, but it can be hard to transition from the micromanagement of parenting a young child into a style that better encourages and holds accountable our increasingly independent tweens and teens. In fact, we may even feel an identity crisis of sorts -- what is my role as the parent of an older child? Join me in this episode to explore what's most important t
The Academy Awards best known as the Oscar are a set of awards given annually for excellence of cinematic achievement.
Organized and overseen by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences the awards are given each year at a formal ceremony.
-hit or miss / Wendy Williams and Joan Rivers
-parenting groups /www.parenting.com, seventeen
-tweets / Barack Obama, BBC, JCPenney, Nitendo, Disney, E Online
-Oscar Party / Food, Cooks, Wolf Gang
This week we discuss the joys of parenthood! Is it for everybody? And those nasty or terrible parents you just wished had taken at least 1 parenting class before being given a child, or how about the multiple children coming from 1 mother...enough is enough!
This week we're introducing our "'Bring It On' Mondays" show, where we take live or emailed listener questions on parenting challenges such as Nutrition and eating Sibling rivalry Getting kids to clean their rooms Why don't my rules work?? Homework challenges Manners + Politeness Should I continue to.... (your choice)? Should I start to... (your choice)? and MORE! Give us a call at 1-347-215-7348
A Theory of Parenting is proud to present a Valentines Special.We here at A Theory of Parenting would like to read a poem in celebration of Valentines Day.The poem is written by me, Tammi Joyner.The poem is a part of our cardline, here at A Theory of Parenting.The name of the poem is Valentines Day, 365 Days a Year!Valentines Day 365 Days a Year by Tammi Joyner(Speaker)What should I say to you on Valentines Day that I wouldn't or shouldn't say to you in the middle of May? (Speaker)I love
Michele Sfakianos is the Author of The 411 on Step Parenting!
Step parenting can be stressful and may be a difficult role to fulfill. Step families, also referred to as blended families, are more of the norm now more than ever. When families "blend" to create step families, things rarely progress smoothly. A few children may resist the changes occurring, while parents may become frustrated or disappointed when the new family does not appear to function like their previous family. Sample Chapters:
Children First Relationship Building & Roles Financial Concerns Family Rules & Discipline When Step Children Visit Problem Children Teenagers: What to Expect The Extended Family Cross-Cultural Stepfamilies
A Theory of Parenting has created a BookClub. We will review books from our guest gaugeing with a rateing system values, from 1 to 5. We will talk about Chapters discussed in the book.
Today's Title and Author Michele Sfakianos author of The 411 on Step Parenting.
The book is geared towards a Blending Family. It is a guide that helps with the do's and don'ts when entering a new family as a Step Parent. It also gives details about expectations. The book coaches in a way as to not over do it, giving the children a chance to adjust to the new family unit. It has a chapter on child support which entails payment and non payment procedures. The book is full of information for the Combined Family subtopics like discipline, communications and visitation. We rate the book a 3.
If you are one of the 15% of families in the U.S. with a special needs child or children, you know all too well the stress and strain and JOY of challenged parenting. Our guest, Adrienne Bashista, is the co-editor of and contributor to the book Easy to Love but Hard to Raise: Real Parents, Challenging Kids, True Stories and she also runs the blog (easytolovebut.com) and Facebook group by the same name. She is also the managing editor of the blog A Mom's View of ADHD (adhdmomma.com) and has written about parenting children with invisible special needs for multiple publications, print and on-line. Along with Penny Williams, she is one of the founders of the Happy Mama Conference and Retreat, a weekend for moms of kids with "invisible" special needs, held in Raleigh, NC. She is also the director of Families Affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, and is a trainer for caregivers of people with FASD.