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Today's Inspirational Monday Show topic is "Parenting Tips". Parents have a lot on their plate when it comes to balancing work, their child or children, and home. This show will help parents with planning vacations, learn how to plan fun inexpensive activities, taking time to build relationships with their child or children, and helping with ways to make their relationship better one day at a time with their child or children. Callers will be able to call in and share any experiences and comments related to the topic on today's show.
The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview educator and author Connie Grier. The topic for today's interview is Back to School Survival Guide. Parenting tips to ensure a positive school year.
Led by Ms. Connie Grier, an education and mentoring expert with 20+ years of experience. She has worked in the K-12 arena as a teacher, coach, mentor, program coordinator, and most recently as a Assistant Principal for one of the most challenging schools in the Philadelphia School District. Ms. Grier is now an Adjunct Professor at Wilmington University in the Behavior Sciences Department. She has been a tireless educational leader, advocate and mentor to her colleagues and families alike.
Tomorrow is the first anniversary of the Parenting RoundAbout podcast. As we did on our very first episode, we’ll look at the holiday craziness again and give some advice for coming out the other side at least a little bit jolly. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Catherine Holecko (Family Fitness), and Lisa Jo Rudy (Autism) for this annual holiday get-together, and find links to the stories discussed on our Facebook page.
Every family is weird in its own way. What makes your clan quirky? Join About.com Parenting Experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Catherine Holecko (Family Fitness), Kathy Ceceri (Homeschooling), and Amanda Morin (Kids' Learning Activities) as we talk about family traditions, personality similarities, and when that oddness needs to be looked at. Find links to the stories discussed on our Facebook page.
Kirk Stange and John Kershman talk about co-parenting tips for starting out new school year. This is based on an article on familylawheadquarters.com on August 21, 2013. With offices in St. Louis, St. Charles, Jefferson County (Arnold), Franklin County (Union) in Missouri and St. Clair County (Belleville) and Madison County (Edwardsville) in Illinois, you can call Stange Law Firm at 314-963-4700 or contact us at St. Louis Child Custody Attorneys.
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With Thanksgiving about a week away, join About.com parenting experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Catherine Holecko (Famiy Fitness), Susan Adcox (Grandparenting), and Amanda Morin (Kids' Learning Activities) as we talk about what we’re feeling thankful for this year, and suggest some ways to bring thankfulness into your family life. Visit the podcast recap on our Facebook page for links to the stories discussed and your chance to share what you're thankful for.
This quote says it best... “Anything that’s human is mentionable, and anything that is mentionable can be more manageable. When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone.” ? Fred Rogers
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Breastfeeding in public has been a hot topic in the birthing and parenting worlds. Often breastfeeding in public is treated as taboo and breastfeeding mothers may be asked to leave stores or businesses. When did breastfeeding your baby become taboo or controversial? Does the lack of acceptance of public breastfeeding affect breastfeeding rates? According to the CDC, less than 80% of babies are ever breastfed, with rates dropping to less than 50% by age 6 months. In many parts of the world, breastfeeding rates are much higher and public breastfeeding is widely accepted--why not here in the U.S.? What can we do to normalize breastfeeding so that woman are free to breastfeed their babies whenever and whereever they need to? What can we do to promote the diversity of breastfeeding, whether it be culturally or even in the ways women choose to breastfeed (on the breast, pumping, tandem, etc.)?
Vaness Simmons, photographer and founder of the Normalize Breastfeeding Awareness Campaign is on the show tonight to discuss how she's out to postively impact breastfeeding in the United States and what you can do to help. Find out more at http://normalizebreastfeeding.org/.
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Tell me what you think, is a call in show centered around issues and concerns that too many parishioners are afraid to ask! We tackle subjects such as team pregnancy, homelessness, finance, marriage, cultural arts, family, parenting skills, etc. Our show is faith based built on the foundation of the Word of God. We would like for you to join in, and tell us "what you think". There are too many programs in the community and the church world, however the same issues continue to plague society. It seems that we have made very little progress because the same wheel is being created but no true solutions. We welcome you to call in and/or listen in every Tuesday at 2:30 pm and "tell us what you think"!
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