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Stressed-out parent? Need a little help? Project Parenthood is your weekly guide to raising your kids with empathy while taking care of yourself, too. Host Dr. Nanika Coor is a clinical psychologist and respectful parenting advocate. She'll help you get a handle on toddler emotions, discipline your teens without punishment, and create more peace and collaboration in your home--all in just ten minutes a week.
 
Embracing Parenthood is a podcast to help expectant and new parents navigate this important first step of parenthood. As a Postpartum Doula I have supported hundreds of families. Each story is different.Every episode we’ll hear from new parents who share stories to give a voice to the postpartum experience. Whether you found postpartum rewarding or missed the freedoms you once had, or a combination of both, this podcast is for you.
 
My inspiring story of how I went from working in sales for various companies to being a stay-at-home mom to eventually becoming a professional Realtor in Georgia, all while going through a divorce. With my unique style of being a leader, a mom, business owner, influencer, motivator, and author I have achieved great success...all while taking care of my two little ones. In hearing my stories my intention is to inspire, help, or just entertain you with my crazy amazing life. How I focused on d ...
 
THE PODCAST PARENTS NEED Being a parent can be the greatest and the hardest thing you’ll ever do. In Navigating Parenthood, brought to you by HCF, parents and experts share their stories – the joys and stress, the advice and the insight. In the first 3 seasons of our podcast series, we explore the most challenging periods of any parent’s life: from taking those first baby steps in season 1, Baby Steps, to staying in step with our teens in season 2, Talking to Teens, to the juggles and strugg ...
 
Having and raising kids in this day and age seems to be more and more controversial everyday. We'd like to share stories and opinions of real people and what they think about kids - as parents, non-parents, pro-lifers, pro-choicers, everyone! We strive to make our podcasts as unbiased and uncensored as we can, so please excuse some of the things you're about to hear. Enjoy!
 
The year Evan turned 19, his mother died, and he became a father. He put aside his college plans and chose to raise his son. 15 years and another kid later, Evan gets candid about his struggles as a young dad and how he's now taking the time to discover who he is beyond the role of "parent". Interviewed by LeNora, his sister, who is not a parent, by choice, Evan shares his journey with humor and some sibling banter.
 
Hosted by Becky of DefiningMum, The Redefining Parenthood (RP) podcast focuses on family building when using a donor, featuring stories where a difficult trying to conceive journey has unexpectedly led them towards this path. Through personal stories, Becky shares relatable conversations as she talks to her guests about the hope and the expectations, alongside feelings of shame, dealing with genetic loss, family resemblances, talking to others and importantly to our children about this lesse ...
 
The Parenthood After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Parenthood. Show Summary: The four grown Braverman siblings — Adam, Sarah, Crosby and Julia — share the joys, heartaches and headaches of parenthood in their California hometown. As their parents deal with life and marital issues, the four lean on one another while tackling the challenges of modern family life in an updated reimagining of the 1989 film by the same name.
 
Sexuality and parenthood encompass some of the most ordinary and yet most profound experiences that life has to offer. In this unit, we look at how attitudes to parenthood and sexuality and the links between the two have changed, with specific reference to the fertility decline that began in the mid-nineteenth century. This study unit is just one of many that can be found on LearningSpace, part of OpenLearn, a collection of open educational resources from The Open University. Published in eP ...
 
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Hello beautiful people. This is Cindy passphrase with real estate, and the adventures of parenthood! I want to talk to you guys today about what is your worth and your value. Listen to your gut, and know your worth and your value. You are completely worth it. And you should know better. And it starts with believing in yourself completely. Cindy's R…
 
School’s out for the summer - now what? Many parents will have signed their kids up for numerous camps and enrichment experiences by now, making sure that they won’t have to hear the dreaded “I’m bored!” refrain repeated endlessly. That makes sense since kids are often passive receivers - of entertainment that both their technology and many toys th…
 
On this episode of Embracing Parenthood, Jenn shares her experience becoming a second time Mom. We chat about how to adjust to having 2 little ones at home, how to plan prenatally for postpartum and the importance of postpartum boundaries. Jenn is also a sleep consultant and we chat about newborn sleep and why you should never ask a new parent if t…
 
In a day and age when we’re so connected it sometimes feels like we’re moving further apart. And if you think your tweens are growing at an alarming rate, it’s probably because they are! But there are plenty of ways to stay connected to your kids and make sure that family time is quality time. Join Dylan Lewis once more as he chats with Dave McCorm…
 
On Tuesday, June 14, hosts Trey and Stephanie Cashion discussed an article from Greg and Lisa Popcak listing four ways the family can mirror the Trinity in order to show God to the world. Trey and Stephanie especially emphasized the way that the family brings a unique person into existence from the love between the husband and wife. This is analogo…
 
As a parent, what should you do when your child doesn’t conform to society’s gender binary of “boy” and “girl,” or their gender doesn’t match their assigned sex? How do you adapt to who your child is telling you that they are, rather than force your child to adapt to rigid societal norms? Dr. Nanika Coor offers suggestions for understanding and sup…
 
On Tuesday, June 7, host Trey Cashion explained an article in the liturgical journal Adoremus, "Even Children Know the Nature of Mystagogy: How Early Education in Liturgy and Scriptures Can Reveal a Lifetime of Faith." Trey used the article to talk about how the Mass, in particular, highlights events in salvation history through its signs; necessit…
 
Juneteenth is a time to commemorate the end of the legal practice of the enslavement of African Americans in the United States. It’s also a time to reflect upon the perseverance, resilience, and collective strength of African Americans in the face of the ongoing struggle for equity and true freedom. Dr. Nanika Coor offers suggestions for observing …
 
As much as we tell our kids they can be or do anything, external messages may slip in. Gender stereotypes we thought we’d retired long ago are still reinforced in popular culture, online or even the playground and teaching our tweens to recognise these gendered norms is the first step. How can we raise this next generation differently and how do we…
 
On this episode of Embracing Parenthood, Hailey, a mother of an 11 month old daughter shares reflections on how parenthood is constantly changing and evolving. We chat about the role of grandparents and helpers during postpartum time, and what she might do differently with future children. She also shares how her Mom instinct led her to seek a lact…
 
Every child will resist or defy parental demands and requests from time to time. But when a child goes to extreme lengths to avoid any demand or expectation—even those they have of themselves—parents can be left feeling frustrated and overwhelmed. Dr. Nanika Coor offers suggestions for coping with life with a child who struggles with Pathological D…
 
Making friends isn’t always an easy thing. Throw in transitioning from primary school to high school, social media and external pressures and those friendships become more important than ever. But how do we teach kids to not only be good friends but what to expect from their peers in return. When does peer influence become peer pressure? Join host …
 
Parenting is hard on a regular day, but when your partner is often struggling with symptoms of a chronic illness, parenting can also feel overwhelming and lonely. Dr. Nanika Coor offers suggestions for coping with the unique challenges of parenting children while also trying to support your partner and make time to care for yourself. Project Parent…
 
Let's Talk, What Are Your Goals? I sold my house I wait, I bought a house. I sold my house. I bought it with cryptocurrency. I'm going to talk to you guys a little bit more about that later on. when you buy a house, when you sell a house, then you're actually decorating you're actually unpacking, unpacking, packing moving, there's so many pieces in…
 
With so much learning, socialising and gaming done online, there is a fine line both parents and their tweens walk when navigating the world of tech and kids. Technology is an integral part of their lives and with that comes a lot of benefits. But how do we keep our kids safe online and protect their privacy, while allowing them to prosper both sch…
 
On this episode of Embracing Parenthood, fellow Postpartum Doula Jaclyn comes on to reflect on her experiences during her postpartum time. She is the mother of two kids, ages 6 and 2.5. We chat about how to prepare for adding a second child into your family, the importance of food support, and how you can help your new parent friends. She also shar…
 
Feel like cringing every time you witness another adult waiting in awkward silence for your child to say “Please” or “Thank you”—and it doesn’t happen? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to handle these unsettling situations and how to help your child develop the ability to use appropriate social behavior at the appropriate times. Project Parenthood is h…
 
The tween years are such a transformative time for kids. As they begin to find their place in the world, they’re also navigating that jump from primary school to high school and all the challenges that come with it. So how do we prepare children for the future? Is it as simple as raising resilient kids and letting them tackle these next stages head…
 
On Tuesday, May 17, host Trey Cashion took listeners on a theological and liturgical tour of the Catholic Mass. This episode looked at the Introductory Rite and the Liturgy of the Word. Trey refreshes your memory and gives you some tips for helping children across various ages to understand why we do what we do. He also looped in two documents of t…
 
On Tuesday, May 9, host Trey Cashion discussed the article by Dr. Gwen Dewar, "How to Help Kids Make Friends: 12 Evidence-Based Tips." There is much in the article that is worth incorporating into your parenting toolkit. Trey also critiques some of Dewar's recommendations, particularly her seeming reluctance to admit that punishment and discipline …
 
On Tuesday, May 2, hosts Trey and Stephanie Cashion discussed the blog post by Becky Roach, "Seven Parenting Tips I Learned When Mary and Joseph Lost Jesus." This is a beautiful, instructive Gospel story to reflect on as parent, especially for remembering that Mary and Joseph know on a human level our anxiety about making mistakes in raising our ch…
 
Worried about how to respond to your child’s war, weapon, and violent play? Should you ban it completely? Can play aggression turn into real aggression? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to better understand your child’s need for aggressive play and how to help kids keep it safe and fun. Project Parenthood is hosted by Dr. Nanika Coor. A transcript and …
 
Navigating preadolescence is scary enough but when questions arise around cultural identity or gender identity, things can get pretty overwhelming for our tweens. How do you parent a child who doesn’t feel at home in their own body? Or a kid dealing with prejudices and peer pressure on the playground? And how do we arm tweens with the self-confiden…
 
Coming soon, our fourth and most recent season, Growing Great Tweens, where dad and host Dylan Lewis discusses the experience of raising today’s tweens with other parents. Speaking with familiar voices, like Susie Maroney, Robbie Buck and Pia Miranda, he tackles issues faced by many families, from raising mentally strong kids and navigating the onl…
 
Kaitlyn is a mom of 2 wonderful kids ages 9 and 3. Now that she is out of the immediate postpartum time, she is able to look back and tell her story, what she would have done differently, and shares some advice for new moms to be. Just a warning, Kaitlyn shares her experience of hemorrhaging, so if you aren’t ready or able to listen to that story, …
 
Tired of the frustration and angst that can come with raising siblings who are often at each other’s throats? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to de-escalate sibling conflict and increase sibling collaboration. Hosted by Dr. Nanika Coor. Transcript available at Simplecast. Source: https://cafeconlibrosbooks.indielite.org/book/9780393342215 Check out al…
 
A New Chapter Begins! Hello and welcome to Real Estate in The Adventures of parenthood was Cindy presgraves. So today I am going to be talking about a new chapter. so we talk about we never talk about like the seller of the house as a realtor. I just went ahead and close on my first house by myself, I sold it. So look at the things that are advanta…
 
Getting separated or divorced is stressful enough in itself, but telling the kids about it is a whole other stress ball of wax! Dr. Nanika Coor offers suggestions for communicating this difficult information to your children. Read the transcript on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for m…
 
In this episode of the Mystery of Parenthood, Trey Cashion covers a variety of topics of interest to parents. The four topics discussed were 1.) When kids ask tough questions, 2.) The child in the pew, 3.) Teaching your children about generosity, and 4.) Talking with your children about God. The discussion with show producer, Dennis Macha, was live…
 
This episode of the Redefining Parenthood Podcast has been released to coincide with International Donor Conception Awareness Day (ICDAD), where this year the focus is on "talking, listening and learning". As part of this series I wanted to focus on the important perspective of Donor Conceived People (DCP). Social media can be a brilliant tool for …
 
On Tuesday, April 12, 2022, host Trey Cashion considered a Wednesday audience by Pope Francis from 2021 in which the Holy Father explains the meaning and importance of the liturgies for Holy Thursday, Good Friday, Holy Saturday, and the Easter Vigil. Remember to pray, parent with a purpose, and prepare for God to amaze you! He will!…
 
On Tuesday, April 5, 2022, host Trey Cashion used the constitution on the sacred liturgy, Sacrosanctum Concilium (SC), and how it pertains to living the liturgy within the domestic church. Especially, SC helps us to teach our children how our Faith directs us to hold in tension the human and the divine, the visible and the invisible, and the contem…
 
Jodie is a parent to a 6 month old. She shares her experience with her first birth and recovery including what they did well and some of the things that she would do differently next time. We chat about the difference between visitors vs helpers, and how to set those expectations prenatally. Jodie shares her feelings about becoming a mom during COV…
 
Did you know that understanding the natural sensations of your body can help you understand and regulate your emotions in times of conflict or stress? The same goes for helping to regulate your child's emotions, too. Dr. Nanika Coor interviews Karen Daley, LMFT about how the body-mind connection can help parents understand themselves and their chil…
 
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