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Realistic Ways To Practice Self-Care as a Busy Parent

Being a parent is a lot of work. Juggling many responsibilities like taking care of children, working in the office, and making sure the housework is done can take its toll. When you’re busy with everything else, it’s easy to forget about yourself. Self-care is an important part of anyone’s life. Whether it’s a few…

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Ep 132: Break Down Barriers to Change

Jonah Berger, PhD, bestselling author of The Catalyst and Contagious, shows us the most effective way to be catalysts for change. The first step is to uncover what barriers stop teens from changing right now.

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Ep 131: Emotionally Resilient Boys

Dr. Michael Gurian, author of Saving Our Sons, The Stone Boys, and 20+ books, joins us for a riveting discussion on the hidden ways in which our institutions and communication hurts boys. Not all is lost: there are plenty of ways we can help boys grow into emotionally resilient, thriving men!

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Introducing Your Teen To The World Of Work

When your child begins to reach their late teens, the need to seek out employment creeps ever closer. Unfortunately you can’t put off the world of work, as everyone needs an income to survive. Therefore, it’s vital that you can teach your teen a few lessons to make sure they can generate money in a…

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Ep 130: Creating Confident Teens

Lydia Fenet, author of The Most Powerful Woman in the Room is You, talks about the top skills young people need to become confident, successful adults who can command any room they walk into–or at least, how they can shine in their own strength. One key? Practice failing…a lot!

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Ep 129: Struggling Teen? Learning Music Might Be the Answer…

Dr. Anita Collins, music educator and author of The Music Advantage, explains the surprising and long-lasting positive effects of music on the teen brain. Your teen doesn’t have to be a prodigy to benefit from picking up an instrument!

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Ep 128: Persuade Your Teen With Story

Lisa Cron, author of the new book Story or Die, shows us how to use and create powerful stories that can drive teens to change their bad behavior without you even asking.

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TikTok 101: Threats and Benefits to Teenage Users

Despite all the controversy surrounding it, Chinese-owned TikTok is the next big thing for young people’s self-expression. Let’s explore why every person under 25 seems to be obsessed with this social-media powerhouse.

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Ep 127: How to Heal a Broken Bond

Dr. Joshua Coleman, author of Rules of Estrangement and When Parents Hurt, offers insight on how to repair fractured relationships. Plus, why parental estrangement is becoming increasingly common and what we can do to prevent it in the first place.

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Ep 126: Make Awkward Conversations Easier

Michelle Icard, author of the new book Fourteen Talks by Age Fourteen, joins us to chat about the most important discussions to have with young people these days. We’ll also cover how to make them go smoothly and what parents can do to minimize awkwardness (and arguments) in the process!

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