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Empty Nest: What's Next?: Parenting Adult Children Without Losing Your Mind By Michele Howe
This on demand audio series is a part of the Executive Girlfriends Group Vignette Series. Chicke Fitzgerald interviews Michele Howe. The original live interview was 9/18/15.
Unlike the first eighteen years of parenting, moms and dads now take on more of an advisory role and step out of the daily hands-on instructional role. In theory, this stepping to the sidelines parenting style should lead to a simpler, less stress-free life for the parents. However, real-life parenting young adults is often much more challenging than all the earlier years put together. Combine young adult immaturity with a dangerous world, and parents frequently find themselves beset with worry, fear, and anxiety. Intellectually letting go is one thing; emotionally letting go is much more difficult, especially when the consequences are adult sized. This resource will offer parents true stories of other moms and dads who are facing the very same challenges.
Michele Howe is a reviewer for Publishers Weekly, FaithfulReader.com, Retailers + Resources, Foreword Magazine, TeenReads.com, KidReads.com, among many others national and international publications. Her work has been published in MORE, FIRST for Women, Good Housekeeping,
Her website is http://www.michelehowe.wordpress.com/
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Liam Cawley of Ireland asks;
It is sad to hear of the passing of Bobbi Christina Brown yesterday. Was her death due to bad parenting or can we hold parents responsible for their children? Is that too much of a burden to lay at anyone's feet? That anyone can be responsible for another soul? I know my own relationship with my parents is good but it wasn't always so and I blamed my mom particularity as a teen for a lot. Looking back now I could have being more considerate of her and her attempts to do her best with a child(me) at times that was so hard to deal with. Also as children and parents alike what can we each do to make life more fulfilled/loving etc for all involved because I can only imagine being a parent has its challenges but perhaps being a child has too as was the case with Bobbi. Kindest regards Nadia.
How to talk to children about anxiety?
How can we support kids who have a anxiety? In this podcast I will talk with Jake Hedges, a Mental Health Counselor at Integrative Counseling Services, who is currently pursuing a certification for Child Centered Play Therapy. He has experience counseling adults, children, and adolescents. He earned his Masters in Mental Health Counseling in 2015, and has focused his studies on psychological trauma. He is a veteran of both Iraq and Afghanistan, and is interested in how individuals can find resilience in response to trauma and anxiety. He will help us understand how we can help children be Freakishly Well-Behaved. There might even be some things we can learn and use too. BONUS!
Author, Professor, Mental Health Counselor, Play Therapist, International Speaker, & Mom-- Dr. Mullen has learned from the thousands of children she has worked with insights and actions necessary for parenting that will lead to the behavior and attitude changes you are looking for with your children.
If you are willing to learn, listen, grow, and work hard at this, your results will be nothing short of miraculous! You can have Freakishly Well Behaved Kids too! Remember to check out NAUGHTY NO MORE an activity book to help kids make better decisions. When kids feel good, they behave that way!
Do Your Kids Respect You? 9 Ways to Change Their Attitude
By Janet Lehman, MSW
We often forget that children aren’t born with a built-in sense of respect for others. While each child has a different personality, all children need to be taught to be respectful. From birth, kids learn to manipulate their world to get their needs met—this is natural. But it’s our job as parents to teach them respectful ways of doing this.
People wonder why kids have gotten so much more disrespectful these days—we see children and teens arguing with adults (or ignoring them outright), using foul language, copping an attitude, and not using manners or respecting those in authority. Sadly, this has become the norm for many children and teens. In my opinion, it really is a different world right now than the one we grew up in. Movies, music, video games and television all seem to glorify a disrespectful, angry, rude way of dealing with others. This means that in some ways we have to work harder as parents to teach our kids to be respectful. Added to this is the fact that parents are also busier than ever before, which makes it much harder to respond immediately to our kids. Let’s face it, it’s easier to let things slide when you’re worn out and stressed from working so hard.
What do you get when you put children with aggressive temperaments and parents with poor parental monitoring skills and punitive disciplining techniques- a dangerous mix of oppositional defiant behaviors. Fortunately, if you a parent still raising teenagers-there is still hope. Join me on October 5, 2015 at 7:30 pm, when my guest Dr. Sadguna Anasuri, Associate Prof. in Human Development and Family Studies at Alabama A & M University will talk about how parents can use Love and Logic to help children develop more responsibly and balanced. The call-in number is 713-955-0734 and be sure to invite a friend.
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The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center presents
The Gotham Jazzmen - Help is on the Way!
List of Gotham Jazzmen:
-Ed Bonoff on the drums
-James Lincoln Collier on the trombone
-Lee Lorenz on the cornet
-Ernie Lumer on the clarinet
-Pete Sokolow on the piano
-Skip Muller on the bass
2015 The year of Breakthrough, the year of Favor, The year of peace and the year of recompense!
2015 The year of God's justice and recompense against those who hate freedom!
Children of God Adopted Into The Family
Genesis 15:1-8 In Abraham shall all the families of the earth be blessed
Romans 8:12-17 Adopted Into The Family
All things are possible to them that believe, I believe!
Proverbs 25:25 As cold water to a weary soul, So is good news from a far country.
20 He sent His word and healed them, And delivered them from their destructions.
Blessed is the man that finds wisdom because length of days is in her right hand and riches and honor in her left hand.
2 Peter 1:2-7
3 ... His divine power has given to us all things that pertain to life and godliness, through the knowledge of Him who called us by glory and virtue, 4 by which have been given to us exceedingly great and precious promises, that through these you may be partakers of the divine nature, having escaped the corruption that is in the world through lust.
Come join us the first Tuesdday of each month as we explore together the many different gifts and abilities of these special children and adults. Have a better understanding of their importance in the world today and learn how we can help guide and support them throughout their lives.
Fatherlessness in the U.S. remains a prevalent issue as the number of children living apart from their biological fathers is estimated to be nearly 30 percent (or roughly one in three), according to 2011 Pew Research data.
The number of children living apart from their biological fathers has more than doubled over the last four decades amid a growing decline in nuclear families.
In 1960, 11 percent of children lived apart from their biological fathers as compared to 27 percent in 2010.
One Christian artist says he hopes his music will spark conversations about the growing problem and bring healing to families across the nation.
In August, acclaimed singer/songwriter Brian Nhira released his new single "Back Where You Belong" from his debut album Hope's Stand. The powerful track is described as an "anthem for the fatherless," and Nhira told The Christian Post about how a shopping trip to a local Walmart inspired the song.
"The song was inspired by an experience I had as a college student," Nhira, a graduate of Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, told CP. "I went to this Walmart (across the street from campus) and one of the things the Lord was highlighting in my mind was these mothers who were there shopping with their kids and struggling to look after their kids and shop at the same time. And so the question arose in my mind 'Where is the father?'"
June 29, 2015
Welcome to A Theory of Parenting on Blogtalkradio.com
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Today we are doing a Photo Shoot
What is unique about the Shoot is that we are shooting pieces of jewelry in Manhattan NY
Yes, we are planning another book - A theory of Jewel 3
So, I decided to take snapshots of our jewel around the city of NYC
After Marquels graduation I thought it would be great to photo the jewelry wore to graduation
Those will be featured in our new book - the book will be available at blurb.com
A photo shoot is generally used in the fashion or glamour industry, whereby a model poses for a photographer at a studio where multiple photos are taken to find the best ones for the required brief. The "model" is not always a person, however; for instance, advertising in print often requires photographic depiction of advertised goods, and food can be the subject of magazine articles (often in very elaborate presentations).
June 19, 2015
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today we are recapping the New York Philharmonic Concerts in the Park - presented by Didi and Oscar Schafer
Thursday June 18, 2015 at 8:00pm
location: The Great Lawn Central Park, Manhattan NY
Concert: 15,926 in the park
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Violin: Renaud Capucon
This program is supported in part by public fund from the New York city dept. of cultural affairs in partnership with the City Council.
The concert in the part are presented in cooperation with the city of new york dept of parks and recreation bill de blasio mayor the borough president and city council of new york
Time length of the concert: one and three quarters hours one intermission
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