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As Child Mental Health Counselors and Play Therapists we have heard many parents wonder about their child lying. It’s concerning, disappointing, sometimes embarrassing and even infuriating when our children lie. With over 25 combined years in children’s mental health we have some ideas we want to share with you about why children lie and what you can do when they do. We also will be talking about some things you can do to minimize this behavior in your kids. In this show will cover several strategies that can help you help your children to become Freakishly Well Behaved kids. This episode will focus on lying.
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!
Up to 35 million kids between the ages of 5-18 are playing organized sports and the trend continues towards kids beginning at even earlier ages.
More than 3.5 million children under age 14 receive medical treatment for sports injuries annually and according to the Centre of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) more than half of all sports injuries are preventable.
Kids are not always receiving proper training or coaching. Only one of every five coaches, with teams under age 14, say they have been trained in motivational techniques. Just one of every three are trained in skills related to the primary sport they coach.
The National Youth Sports Health & Safety Institute is becoming the recognized leadership and advocacy group with the latest research and evidence-based education, recommendations and policies to enhance the experience, development, health and safety for youth in sports.
Dr. Bergeron of the NYSHSI joins us at BEYONDtheCheers on Wednesday,June 4th at 7PM EST. Listen to a repeat broadcast each Friday at NOON on AMFM247. Dial-in TOLL FREE 1-877-357-2448. Ask a question, or email in advance. BtC is on the air any time → via iTunes Radio on any iPhone, iPad or on iTunes.
In this "Brains in Toyland" segment of Kids A to Z, I have a brief review a study regarding how dancing relates to developing interpersonal relationships.
This is a great example of how the different areas of development influence one another.
Here we see dancing, a physical activity, and it's impact on social-emotional, intellectual development, and one might argue, even moral development.
I discovered the article through a blog a subscribe to called NeuroNet Learning. They regularly send summaries of scientific articles about child development. Their summaries are family friendly and I really like the topics they cover.
Most importantly, the articles the NeuroNet Blog shares are from peer reviewed journals. That means experts on the subject, unrelated to the study at hand, determine its worthiness for publication.
The link to their blog with the original summary is below if you are interested.
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Planes, Trains, and Automobiles - we've done it all with kids and had a lot of fun along the way.
Mark and Kally have been married for 27 years and have 7 kids. From the very beginning they have traveled all over the world and the United States with their kids. Along the way they have learned some great tips to make traveling fun and adventerous for all. And they will share with you some funny stories. If you are planning a trip, listen up for great tips and no electronic babysitters involved here.
Travel is a wonderful to way to connect with your kids and gain a greater appreciation for the world around you.
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Our family went from the sick care life style and industry to our Wellness Lifestyle. Our passion is to help you Get Real and bridge the gap to a joy-filled passionate life with good health and vitality. Get real information, wellness tips, and health care products. Get real toys that inspire creativity and imagination.
This is the debut of Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio with Heartland Hauntings founders Len Miller & "Ghost Dude" JC Rositas, on tonights episode Len and JC will discuss the numerous stories and claims of horrifying encounters with what are described as "Black-Eyed Kids." They are becoming an interest in the paranormal community, as all stories carry a common thread but not rational explanation as to who, or what, these kids are.
Sometimes funny, other times controversial - Shadows on the Wall Paranormal Radio: helping you find the truth!
Reboradcast of the Series" The Kids to DO List this Summer.
Jeffrey Jones--Greater Days Ahead
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Monica Young presents..."Kids of The Kingdom" the radio program designed for youth, teenagers and young adults to rediscover the Kingdom and discover their purpose, identity and divine destiny. On this broadcast you will experience Bible readings, stories, skits and interactive talk. You and your children will learn dynamic truths concerning Christ the King, His Kingdom and your part in His royal family.
Well its been a long time coming yet African American kids has topped the statistics, but not in high school drop out or teenage pregnancies yet in academics! So awesome to see that now young black boys are exceeding in the classroom faster than in the gym or a football field. We'll discuss these new findings and much more on tonights show!
Kids A to Z strives to empower parents and set children up for success. The show addresses the areas of development (i.e., physical, intellectual, social-emotional, emotional, and moral), how they influence each other, and how to best foster them. Topics such as the effects of TV on the brain, how physical activity benefits cognition, and the benefits of bilingualism are just a few themes.
Early childhood experiences are critical. They set the foundation for skills across the lifespan. Specialists find parents often lack fundamental knowledge or receive misinformation. There are also alarming trends of decreased science and math scores and increased numbers of obese and special needs children in the US. Kids A to Z provides parents with information and ideas to enable all children to thrive. The developmental range for the show is birth to five years. Parents, grandparents, and related professionals in childcare are all part of the target audience.
"Brains in Toyland" are what children are. In this segment, Dr. T interviews a child development professional, such as a psychologist or physical therapist, to provide expert information so caregivers know what they need to foster and how. Children learn and grow through play. In the next "All-Star Play Room" segment, Dr. T interviews a guest who offers a child-centered product or service, such as piano teacher or a tae kwon do instructor, to suggest ideas for toys and activities that foster development. In the final "Ask Dr. T" segment, Dr. T and her professional guests meet with parents and children who engage in activities related to the topic of the day. The professionals also field questions from the audience and share case studies answering questions caregivers may not know or feel confident enough to ask.
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Issue: I am pretty sure the kids are going crazy. Who's to Blame?
Youth will always seem unruly to adults. But today's unruly children have become killers for stupid reasons. Are the parents to blame? Could it be something society as a whole is doing wrong? Or is it just my perception?