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Best Strong Adoption podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Strong Adoption podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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What if we worked as hard to listen to someone else’s truth as we did to share our own? Each week author Dave Hollis brings radical candor straight to your headphones via breathtakingly real conversations with authors, activists, and anyone with a story to tell. The results are poignant, hysterical, and heartbreaking - sometimes all inside the same episode.
 
S&P Global Market Intelligence principal analyst Nathan Stovall takes a deep dive into issues facing financial institutions and the investment community. Tune in for interviews with industry insiders as well as brief outlooks for the banking sector.
 
Foster care is truly an unparalleled experience. This is our journey as a foster and adoptive family that has seen and experienced a lot! We want to share our joy and heartbreak with the world to inspire others to join in our mission of providing strength to the weakest among us. We are sharing our personal experiences as a foster and adoptive family and the stories that other brave souls are willing to generously share with us. Our goal is to help potential foster families take that next st ...
 
The WIFE WISDOM podcast is a weekly REAL TALK conversation hosted by Chief Cheerleader and Marriage/Family Champion, Christy Little Jones for women who DESIRE to become a wife, women who want to become a BETTER wife and for women who need encouragement STAYING a wife! lol This "reality" podcast was created to CULTIVATE your heart as a wife by talking about the TRUTH...the REAL NITTY GRITTY of MARRIAGE & what being a WIFE is really like! We will talk about what to expect, the ups & downs--how ...
 
email: legalterms@mpbonline.org In Legal Terms, hosted by Professor Richard Gershon from the University of Mississippi School of Law with some of Mississippi's top legal leaders and experts as guests, airs Tuesday mornings at 10 am central on MPB Think Radio and on mpbonline.org Have you ever wanted to know the definition of a legal term? Do you find yourself wondering what your rights are when it comes to your property, marriage, or health? If you answered yes to one of those questions, In ...
 
Data center and Telco managers are approaching a crisis point in a number of dimensions: storage demands are expected to reach 44 zettabytes by 2020; with the Internet of Things (IoT), connected devices communicating over networks will rise exponentially to 50 billion by 2020; today, business users want fast, economical IT services delivered in hours, not days or weeks. These challenges are driving a fundamental shift in data center and Telco architecture and operations from hardware-bound s ...
 
The Bid breaks down what’s happening in the markets and explores the forces that are changing investing. Hear thought leaders from and outside of BlackRock discuss the trends shaping society and why they matter. Privacy policy: https://www.blackrock.com/corporate/compliance/privacy-policy This material is for informational purposes and is prepared by BlackRock, is not intended to be relied upon as a forecast, research or investment advice, and is not a recommendation, offer or solicitation t ...
 
Ready to test the waters, walk out on the edge, and discover new territory in your personal thoughts, perceptions, capabilities, performance levels, wants, and desires? Understanding, cultivating, and maximizing our given talents and the abilities we possess is the key to living and performing above and achieving your personal ‘Positive Potential.’ These explorations mark the difference between an individual harnessing power and achieving optimal results or settling for an average life. Cult ...
 
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It is difficult to find effective leaders these days for the main reason that leadership is hard. Nonetheless, it is not impossible to overcome the roadblocks that prevent you from being the best leader you can be. In this episode, Rodney Flowers interviews leadership strategist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author, Peter Montoya, to talk about…
 
Rosemary Ketchum never wanted to run for office. However, when she looked around her community of Wheeling, West Virginia, she saw work to be done. Today she shares her story with us, starting with her work in mental health leading up to her historic win in her state. Along the way we touch on the difference between ignorance and bigotry, the recen…
 
We entered this year with the view that there wouldn’t be an economic downturn in 2020. No one could have predicted the global pandemic that would come just a couple of months later. Since then, market volatility has been at all-time highs, unemployment has surged and there’s no question that we’re in a downturn. But one prediction we made has held…
 
Guest is attorney Louis Watson from Watson & Norris Law Firm. https://www.watsonnorris.com/attorneys/ We started the hour discussing terminations over social media posts then learned about "employment-at-will" and how the pandemic has affected employment law. Here are some of the information that was mentioned during the broadcast: CARES Act https:…
 
Losing vision would probably be one of the most unimaginable curve balls we definitely don’t want to happen in our life. For guest, Amy Dixon, losing her sense of sight became one of the best things that ever happened to her. In this episode, she sits down with Rodney Flowers to talk about how her life’s journey and transformation since she lost he…
 
How to Help Parents & Kids Cope with Big Issues During Tough Times This podcast will focus on how we can help young people and ourselves understand how to regulate our big emotions during very triggering times. The anger and frustration isn’t wrong—but what do we do with these emotions? How do we listen, learn, grow and understand ourselves and oth…
 
In this episode, Stacy sits down with Ashley Shoults, a principal w/ Animal Arts, an architecture firm in Boulder, Colorado that specializes exclusively in the design of animal care facilities, including animal shelters, veterinary facilities, and pet boarding facilities. Ashley is currently working on the design of a new facility for PAWS Seattle …
 
Jen wonders if adoption is right for her after a high risk, traumatic pregnancy with triplets. 🚨 Trigger alert: 🚨This episode explores miscarriage, trauma and grief and some extremely difficult decisions about pregnancy. Adoption trauma is also explored. 🚨Spoiler alert🚨:I followed up with Jen on Friday and they have decided not to pursue adoption. …
 
Foster care is always challenging for all parties involved. At this point in time, we as a nation need someone to exemplify humanity done right. Interracial adoption and foster care can be hot-button issues. Barry Farmer, the host of the nationally syndicated Barry Farmer Morning Show, tells his story of foster care as a child, and as a foster and …
 
Welcome to the new Rise Together. We wanted to start out on this new journey by having an open, honest, forgiving, uncomfortable, but above all hopeful conversation about race. In order to do that, and without centering ourselves in the narrative, we asked Dr. Ed Barron, a Diversity and Leadership consultant and Chair of the department of Leadershi…
 
Infertility affects people of all races but women of color have extra challenges in the US. Nikki shares the added challenges she has experienced with infertility as a person of color. From the social silence to the limited selection of donors, third party reproduction is even more difficult as a woman of color in the US.…
 
Adoption coaches and parents, Joann DiStefano and Susan David host the second in a four part series of special editions of Essentials for Adoption-attuned Parenting. Joined by their colleagues, Gayle Swift and Sally Ankerfelt, they discuss recent events in our country calling for racial justice and how that relates to adopted children of color. The…
 
Calls: home sales PERS taxable? http://moneytalks.mpbonline.org/episodes/money-talks-pers rolling over an IRA to a Roth IRA early withdraw from IRA due to COVID-19 military taxes https://www.irs.gov/individuals/military filing taxes when you don't owe https://www.cbh.com/guide/alerts/cares-act-what-you-need-to-know/ CARES Act: Highlights of the Tax…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Healthy, Caring Romantic Relationships This podcast will focus on how to talk to kids about healthy, caring, romantic relationships. It’s summertime- a time when many teens are seeking out new friendships and experiencing new relationships– even in a pandemic. When you were a teen, who taught you about how to have a mutual…
 
In this episode, Stacy chats with Steven Morelli, CEO and founder of Waggle, a new—and very different—crowdfunding platform to help pet owners and shelters/rescues raise money for animals in need of urgent veterinary care. Steven, who has a background in finance and data analytics, found himself increasingly angry over the way various crowdfunding …
 
Brian tells his story of spending almost his entire childhood in the foster care system. After 20 placements, he has many stories to tell. If it had not been for his last and longest placement, he may have never found a place to call home. He tells a real and raw story that is all too common in the foster care system. He also talks about the lesson…
 
The retirement landscape has been changing for some time. Before COVID-19, stopping work entirely was no longer the goal. Post-COVID-19, it may mean that stopping work won't be possible. So how should retirement savers navigate what’s next? On this episode of The Bid, BlackRock’s President, Rob Kapito, and Head of the Retirement Group, Anne Ackerle…
 
Adoption coaches and parents, Joann DiStefano and Susan David host a special edition of Essentials for Adoption-attuned Parenting. Joined by their colleagues, Gayle Swift and Sally Ankerfelt, they discuss recent events in our country calling for racial justice and how that relates to adopted children of color. They share some of the things they cou…
 
Providing Continuity of Community for Older Adolescent Teens in Care •offering an online virtual community delivering evidence based curriculum called REAL Essentials to Kids in Care, grades 9-12. The purpose of the program is to provide an opportunity for mentoring and community for Older Adolescent Youth in Care throughout their many transitions.…
 
Guest Ben Griffith https://law.olemiss.edu/faculty-directory/ben-griffith-2/ discusses voting in Mississippi and voting during a pandemic. Calls concerned: mail in voting in other states padded voter rolls and piles of ballots contacting Circuit Clerks office for absentee ballots learning where your polling place is located what if voters are kept …
 
Esther was raised by two moms and always knew they used an anonymous sperm donor to conceive. She grew up with other families like hers and always felt that being donor-conceived was normal. From a young age, she also wondered about her biological father and had a strong desire to search for him. Esther talks about all of the emotions that come up …
 
How to Talk About Racism, Adoption and Parenting a Black Boy in America This podcast will focus on adoption, single-parenting, racism and raising a black boy in today’s America. This episode was recorded right at the time when the video showing the incident between Amy Cooper and Christian Cooper in Central Park—but before the rallies, riots, and G…
 
Stacy talks with Elizabeth Finch, a member of the board of directors and full-time marketing and communications volunteer at Good Mews Animal Foundation in Marietta, Georgia. Elizabeth comes from a varied professional background and began donating her time to Good Mews after early retirement. “It’s my full-time gig,” she tells Stacy, “and I love it…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has pushed digital adoption five years into the future, prompted banks to invest more in technology and could set the stage for fintech and bank mergers later this year. In the episode, Todd Baker, senior fellow at Columbia University and managing principal of Broadmoor Consulting; Phil Goldfeder, senior vice president of p…
 
Our nervous system dictates our emotional and physical health. Breathing practices that focus on stimulating the vagus nerve help us come back to balance, whether we are keyed-up with anxiety or shut down with fatigue.In today’s episode, Susan discusses: How to build a stable and strong nervous system How breathing affects your emotional health Pra…
 
Join your hosts, adoptive parents and adoption coaches, Joann DiStefano and Susan David as they discuss listening to understand your adoptive children rather than to refute, solve, or soothe their concerns or problems. Allowing our children to speak truth aloud is part of Intentional Parenting and Adoption-attunement (AQ) practices that can help us…
 
Born in 1969, leading international foster care expert and consultant and TED Talk speaker Dr. John DeGarmo has worn many hats throughout his life. Singing and dancing while touring around the world in the international supergroup, Up With People, serving as a D.J. at four different radio stations on two different continents, working in the profess…
 
Welcome back Rise Together listeners! Check out the top of this episode for a special message from Dave about the future of the podcast, as well as the current state of things, before listening to one of our favorite episodes of the podcast from last year. To learn more about the Trevor Project and all they're doing for PRIDE, click here. -- Psst..…
 
Protest concerning police actions have taken place all over the country. One of the prominent signs held up was “Defund the Police”. What does that mean? It’s a catchy phrase for a poster but do Americans REALLY think the police should be abolished? Let’s learn from Cliff Johnson from the MacArthur Justice Center – Mississippi. It’s been a minute s…
 
Ryan chose to be a known egg donor through a freeze and share program in SF. She shares why it's important for her to be known to the recipient parents as well as her desire that at least one of the recipient parents also be black. Ryan's approach to egg donation will hopefully be the wave of the future. This episode is a discussion with Ryan both …
 
How to Talk to Kids about Stress Management This podcast will focus on talking to kids about stress management and providing important stress-management tools children can use during all kinds of stress-provoking times in their lives. From dealing with bedtime to going to school, taking a tough test of needing to make an important contribution duri…
 
In this episode, Stacy talks with Mary Howard, the community cat coordinator at McKamey Animal Center in Chattanooga, TN. The program started in 2018 with a grant from Best Friends Animal Society and since inception, the organization’s return to habitat releases has gone up by 145%. Stacy and Mary discuss the many programs McKamey offers, including…
 
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