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  • 00:27

    "No Boundary" Bondage

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    In this episode, you will learn how to reclaim your role as a parent when others attempt to take over.  Boundaries are a necessary and healthy part of any relationship.  If you have found it difficult to say "no" and are trying to keep the peace, if you haven't known how to handle a situation where a loved one is imposing, this episode will offer you insights into embracing your role as a parent and guardian over your children.  
    Julie is an international Mentor, Family Advocate, Certified Emotional Health Coach, Author and Speaker.  She is an expert connector.  If you would like to connect with Julie, you can schedule a free, no-obligation Clarity Call at www.Calendly.com/Julie-connector.  You can also discover more about Julie and her services at OllinConnections.com.

  • 01:00

    The Ill-Effect of Emotion | K8711

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    Host: Roy Masters Roy discussed all emotion effects those around you. Calls:
    Both of Joanie's parents committed suicide. Robert says, "I am learning not to get upset and try". Lil has an irresponsible adult daughter.

  • 00:30

    Stop Fatherlessness

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    Fatherlessness is an epidemic and its time to face it head on. Children who growup fatherlessness take this dissappointment into their adulthood which creates a ripple affect that has detoriated the family structure for hundreds of years. It is time to address the harsh realities of fatherlessness, but also find solutions that will create a better future. Fatherlessness doesn't have a race, but it affects us all. Join us as we tackle fatherlessness one stop sign at a time.

  • 01:30

    Give Me A Child w/special guest Jennifer Colford

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    Another chance to see show number 35:
    This week features special guest Jennifer Colford, author of "Managing Mothering: Simple Shifts To Help You Become The Best Mom On The Planet". Anya dialogues with Jennifer around the popular saying "Give Me A Child Until He Is Seven and I Will Show You The Man". What does this mean? How important are the first seven years of life? And what are some of the challenges parents face in trying to create the best environment to support early child development? Join us for another deep, enriching, and insightful conversation. As Anya says, "What a difference we can make during the formative years of a child's life".
     
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  • 00:41

    Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy! 21st Century Teens: Understanding 'em - Parenting 'em

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    Host Dr. Richard Selznick
    Guest Dr. Michael Bradley
    Raising a teenager was never supposed to be like this. In today's world, every thirteen-year-old child lives with issues like sex, violence, drugs, alcohol, divorced parents, and easy access to guns. Yet in this new and sometimes terrifying 21st century, many parents struggle in vain to raise teens with 30-year-old rules that no longer work.
    Parents of adolescents who need help, but haven’t got time to read a book, can get the answers they need by listening to this audio book during the daily commute. David Kropp’s brilliant reading breathes new life and meaning into the stories, the wisdom, and the wit that Dr. Bradley is famous for. In Yes, Your Teen Is Crazy! psychologist Michael Bradley updates the rule book, giving you the insight, the hope, and the help you need to safely steer your teenage children through the stormy waters of adolescence. Explaining that you are the most important influence in your teenager's life, Dr. Bradley gives you the training and skills you need to transform your 21st century teen into a  strong, confident, productive adult.

  • 00:30

    Celebrate Calm: Stop Power Struggles & Sibling Fights

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    How do you get dawdling kids to move and respect your time? Want a completely different way to handle sibling fights? Why should you crush those tea cups under your SUV? How can you get kids over their anxiety to try new activities? How can you help kids addicted to video games? What do you do if you've had an "emotional affair" with another person? Tune in for practical answers! 10 topics in 30 minutes :) Visit www.CelebrateCalm.com to sign up for our FREE newsletter.
     

  • 01:30

    Dealing with High Conflict in Your Co-Parenting Relationship

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    Our guest this week will be Bill Eddy, LCSW, Esq., co-founder and president of the High Conflict Institute. Through the Institute, Bill teaches the necessary skills for handling high conflict personalities to professionals including attorneys, psychologists and counselors and social workers. And, now, he’s sharing it with the rest of us. We’ll discuss ways to keep your family from getting stuck in a high conflict cycle after a split and how to get out of one if you’re already there. And, we’ll talk about the challenges of partnering with a high conflict personality and effective ways of managing those relationships with our children’s best interests at the forefront.

  • 00:15

    Study Skills: How to Improve Your Student's Task Completion

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    Join Jennifer M Hatfield, MHS,ccc/slp when she shares WHY students don't complete tasks and can only offer excuses as to why. 
    In this episode you'll learn:
    (1) Why students make excuses
    (2) Why students appear "lazy"
    (3) How to help your student complete more tasks
    Can't listen live? No problem, download the archive after the show from BTR or iTunes. 
    Are you struggling with a student who doesn't complete tasks, is failing classes, is disorganized and more? Visit Jennifer's website for more tips on how to help them. 
     
     

  • 00:32

    Encouraging Communication with Lauren Robinson

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    Join Sara Bingham, WeeHands Founder and author of The Baby Signing Book, each week as she shares parenting tips, language development strategies, and the joys of connecting with your baby, toddler and/or preschool child.
    Since 2001, WeeHands has been an industry-leading children's sign language and language development program delivered through interactive, fun classes, as well as a line of tailored products. In 2014, WeeHands became part of Morneau Shepell’s Children's Support Solutions, an organization that provides health-centered and educational services to children with differences to help them reach their potential.
    This week, Sara will chat with Lauren Robinson, a speech language pathologist with Children's Support Solutions, about our favourite topic...early language development!

  • 00:44

    Night Time Potty Training

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    In this week's episode, Jamie will be talking about night training. Whether you are choosing to potty train night and day together or separating them out into 2 different trainings, night training can scare the bejeezus out of many parents.  Night training is never about behavior or manipulationon your child's part. So, we rely heavily on "tricks of the trade".  Join us to get help and tips.  As usual, there will be a large chunk of time devoted to questions from you. Questions are not limited to the weekly topic.

  • 00:35

    Child Sex Trafficking - Modern Day Slavery in The US

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    Today our guest is Maia Sciupac. In the last 10 years human trafficking and sex trafficking have received increasing public awareness but we've actually just begun to confront the complexity of this issue. Given that these children most often have other serious challenges, such as: poverty, homelessness, mental and other health related concerns, Ms. Sciupac proposes that involving appropriate community agencies/organizations who deal with the consequences of this heinous crime coordinate their services so as best to help these children.
    Maia Sciupac is the Principal Consultant and Founding Partner at Create&, a consulting company that drives innovative ideas into action, using business, communication and design. With over 10 years of experience in the anti-trafficking field, she previously worked as a Program Manager and Creative Lead at Thorn, an organization that develops technology to fight the sexual exploitation of children. Prior to that, she spearheaded the Alameda County District Attorney Office's, Human Exploitation and Trafficking (H.E.A.T.) Watch Program, a nationally-recognized, award-winning initiative to combat modern-day slavery. While at H.E.A.T. Watch, Maia helped build the program into a 5-point strategy to include an annual billboard campaign, graphic novel series, radio show, and online toolkit to name a few. Maia also has experience working directly with survivors as a 2010 Client Services & Outreach Fellow for Polaris, a national NGO dedicated to combatting domestic human trafficking, and starting her own radio show about modern-day slavery. Maia graduated with a BA, summa cum laude, from UC Berkeley, and is pursuing her MBA from John Hopkins University. She currently lives in Washington D.C. with her husband. 
    www.createand.co