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Host Dawn Davenport, Executive Director of Creating a Family, the national infertility & adoption education and support nonprofit, interviews Kim John Payne, author of The Soul of Discipline: The Simplicity Parenting Approach to Warm, Firm, and Calm Guidance- From Toddlers to Teens. He has been a family counselor for 30 years, and is the father of two teenagers. Rebecca Rozema, an adoption social worker with Bethany Christian Services and their National ADOPTS Program Director. Mom of 5 sons, 2 of which are foster sons.
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Creating a Family has many free resources related to this topic on our website at www.CreatingaFamily.org.
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Voting is not about lying politicians. Voting determines the amount of money that comes into communities. Voting determines who gets to make decisions about how the money is spent that comes into communities. Voting is about better schools and keeping schools in your immediate area, available for easy access by the students and parents, so that a day at school is not a 50 miles daily round trip. The future of America is in the hands of citizens. Voting citizens hold the cards. If citizens who vote stand with corrupt politicians and ceos, all US workers lose. If citizens who vote stand with other citizens who depend on paychecks, and if citizens who don't vote, begin to vote, all people who depend on paychecks begins to see improvement in home, community, and across the country. We will come to appreciate our efforts, because we will begin to see improvement almost immediately. And the biggest plus is if improvement does not come, we get to exercise our right to term limits by voting out the traitors and finding people who want a better society for all.
Meagan April, Mary Hart and Donelyn Gamble, three Seattle moms organizing a November 1, 2015 “Run For Their Lives” race near Green Lake to help SavingTeens ™ provide scholarships for young people needing residential intervention for emotional/behavioral problems joined Lon September 8, 2015 to explain what they are doing and why. All three had been touched by a child’s negative behavior and at one time had feared losing the child. They so appreciate the people and therapeutic programs they found that helped save the children that they choose this activity to give back by raising money through this race to help SavingTeens ™ help troubled children. For more details go to http://www.savingteens.org/events/run-for-their-lives-5k-seattle/
Contact: Carrie Weatherhead – Ex.Dir. SavingTeens™ 617-506-8867 firstname.lastname@example.org www.savingteens.org
Lon Woodbury 208-267-7717 email@example.com www.strugglingteens.com
This is one of a series of short interviews about new developments in the network of private, parent-choice residential schools and programs helping struggling teens and young adults. The guests are innovative leaders in this network. To hear other interviews in this series, click on "Follow" above, or click on The Woodbury Report or www.strugglingteens.com
A radio show that will have you wanting more! A show that is all about helping the teens of today in their daily struggle with relationships, school, parents, sex, drugs, and just the overall life of a teen! To keep in touch with us follow us on Twitter @DAWORD and also on Facebook @DAWORDHOUSTON. Leave us suggestions for upcoming shows and what you would like to see different! #ASQUARED #BOSSMAN #DAWORD #G1GB.
A radio show all about the teens!!! A radio show that keeps you updated with the latest thing that is happeneing with the teens of today!! If you have any questions,comments, or suggestions for our show please tell us on our social media sites. Twitter @DAWORD & Facebook @DAWORDHOUSTON. #DAWORD #BOSSMAN #ASQUARED #TEENTAKEOVER #YOUTH2YOUTH #G1GB.
A radio show that you keeps you up to date with the daily life of a teenager!!! Join us every Sunday from 6-7pm to catch the latest scoop on teens! Join us in discussions, debates, and heated arguments! To stay updated with the show follow us on Twitter @DAWORD. Also follow us on Facebook @DAWORDHOUSTON! Leave us any comments, concerns, or even what you would like to hear in the upcoming shows! #DAWORD #ASQUARED #BOSSMAN #YOUTH2YOUTH #TEENTAKEOVER #G1GB
This podcast will be discussing whether or not materialistic teens or more or less motivated to learn at school and how teachers can change this.
Are there dangers lurkinig in deoderants, shampoos, perfumes or other products we take for granted as safe? Do you know how to tell? Can every day products be causing Toxic Teens? Can the daily food intake aid in toxicicity? Is there something that we can do to protect ourselves and our teens?
What issues are being caused/created through toxicity?
In this weeks installment of Healthy Matters: The Radio show-Toxic Teens, we will tackle the issue of cosmetic and environmental toxicity in our teens.
Join myself Dennis Jefferson & my cohosts Ms Verna Hair-Brown and Dana Pitts as we discuss toxic teens, get to the bottom of the issues and, provide you with healthy resolutions.
Join us each and every Monday @ 8 pm CST for a new episode of Healthy Matters. Start your week off with a Healthy Matter.
When teens speak, do people listen?
Natalie, age 18, described her role model as a person with “a clear sense of what is important to her, putting forth the effort to improve and create things that will make a difference.” When Samira, also 18, feels “lazy, tired, or just plain annoyed,” she thinks of her role model and “is motivated to start working again.”
Natalie and Samira were part of my research study on how young people develop the skills, abilities, and motivation to become engaged citizens. They and 42 other college students recalled stories of their childhoods and adolescence and the kind of people who inspired them.
Role models come into young people’s lives in a variety of ways. They are educators, civic leaders, mothers, fathers, clergy, peers, and ordinary people encountered in everyday life. This study showed that being a role model is not constrained to those with fancy titles or personal wealth. In fact, students were quick to state that “a true role model is not the person with the best job title, the most responsibility, or the greatest fame to his or her name.” Anyone can inspire a child to achieve their potential in life.
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