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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.
The Oklahoma National Guard invites you to listen to the bi-monthly Blog Talk Radio show "OnGuardinOk" on Wednesday, April 23, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. (CST) Please join us at www.blogtalkradio.com/ogok live.
Today our guest is Stacy Dykstra. She is with Smart Start Central Oklahoma as give us educational information and resources for positive parenting. Having positive parenting skills helps our child gain resiliency and it starts a very young age!
On Guard in Oklahoma is growing and changing to meet your interests and needs. Join us live or via podcast. And don’t forget we love your feedback, questions and show ideas. Contact us at 646-716-7137.
Parenting special needs kids can make it hard to maintain a positive outlook. I'll share 3 ways you can keep it positive!
Thank you for joining us for another episode of Positive Inspirations Radio Show! It is our goal to help you make it through the challenges of life. Our show focuses on happy stories, and providing positive affirmation and life quotes from various authors, speakers, and inspirational leaders.
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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
Hosted by: Frederica Ehimen Positive Inspirations Radio Show, inspires listeners to handle everyday challenges in life. The show focuses on helping you to manage the everyday stresses in life by being creative and being happy! Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/Frederica2013 Blog: http://www.fredericaehimen.com Email us: email@example.com
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
Michael Leppo has been a parent for over 13 years to twin boys, and has – for the past 26 years - been the motivational force behind various employers and his own companies where he focused on sales, leadership, training, marketing, and business development. Michael has launched a new company that aids parents, helping them become models for positive behavior and in turn are able to raise wonderful children. Through his experiences Michael has developed a unique understanding of the nuan
Ever felt like you couldn't take one more minute of the back talking, disrespect, and entitlement of your child? Have you had it with the lack of appreciation for all you do for your children in the midst of the thousand other things you have going on? Do you stop and think, "what happened to my sweet little cherub, did a spaceship come down and kidnap her and leave a little devil child in her place?". We will be discussing these issues and practical and loving solutions th
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!
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.