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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.
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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Are you feeling overwhelmed; you don't really know what to do with your kids who are pulling at your patience and heart, help is here. The summer is upon us and it may be a rip roaring time of stress, anger and frustration or it can be a learning experience for the whole family. You choose, what will it be?
My guest today is Dr. Craig Wiener, author of Parenting Your Child with ADHD, a guide for nurturing self-reliance and cooperation. Dr. Wiener is a psychologist who will be talking about reinforcements and what effect they have on child development and habits. The span of an ADHD diagnosis is very broad and your child may be on any step of it where one thing will work for you and something else for another child.
Tips on how to make your family life a little easier will be given the entire show. If you are at wit's end, listen in. If you wish to purchase the book and see Dr. Craig's website, click here.
Finding the right school supplies, especially if your child's teachers have given you lists of must-haves, can leave you racing from one office-supply megamart to the next and battling other parents for the last spiral-bound notebook. We'll talk about school supplies we like and hate, and how schools could make this whole thing easier.
Breakthrough Radio co-host, Lisa Goodman joins Valante to discuss parenting solutions. Lisa is a state licensed child care professional with over 20 years experience and a mother of two. The objective of this show is to clarify discipline and abuse guidelines and offer helplful parenting tips.
When you reflect back, do you have fond memories of childhood? Most people have both fond and hurtful memories from childhood - but sadly some people grew up in violent and angry homes while others grew up in loving and joyful home and most people of course experienced everything in between. On today's show we’ll take a walk down memory lane and see the impact that our experience in childhood - how we were parented has shaped who we are as people and how we parent.
Dr Robyn Mills interviews Dr Rosina McAlpine on this topic to ponder the questions
As parents, will we allow our early life experiences shape our parenting? OR will we choose to learn to be the best parents we can be and empower our children with the skills and personal qualities they need to make their unique mark on the world?
Download Dr Rosina's free parenting guide at www.DrRosina.com
Learn how you can teach your children key life skills like good self esteem, eating well, communication skills and managing emotions in just 15 minutes at a time
Learn more about Dr Robyn Mills: artist, singer and inspirational speaker at www.DrRobynMills.com
Not every kid needs to go to kindergarten at the first possible opportunity. Join About.com experts Terri Mauro (Parenting Special Needs), Kathy Ceceri (Homeschooling), Katherine Lee (School-Age Children), and Amanda Morin (Kids' Learning Activities) as we talk about why you should or shouldn’t push your child ahead.
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