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Best Tammy Nyden podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Tammy Nyden podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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In this episode we discuss the policy frameworks and philosophical assumptions underneath current punitive systems including policing and schools. (We will continue this discussion next week and look at some promising new frameworks that are currently emerging that could move us beyond a paradigm of coercion and compliance.) Terminology: IEP – Indi…
 
In this episode we discuss: what it means to be an ally the difference between performative and authentic allyship how allyship differs from friendship and being a coalition partner stigma jumping vs intersectional activism and advocacy Terms: Allyship – An active, consistent, and arduous practice of unlearning and re-evaluating, in which a person …
 
In this episode we have a conversation about defunding the police: what it means, what it doesn’t mean, and how the phrase raises different emotions in people depending on their personal experiences with the police and racism. How decades of consistent and pervasive defunding of community programming, healthcare, and education has harmed communitie…
 
In this episode, the founders of Mothers on the Frontline discuss grief, racial privilege, policing, and the performativity of emotion. Families and communities are grieving right now. We are grieving the deaths of over 100,000 Americans to Covid-19, which has disproportionately affected Black and Brown communities. We are grieving ongoing and coun…
 
Kate is a mother from Iowa whose children have autism, anxiety, ADHD, sensory processing disorder and prosopagnosia. In this episode, she discusses what it was like when her son was first diagnosed, adjusting each year to new teachers, and what it is like to go through the ups and downs of parenting children who are ‘differently wired’. Transcripti…
 
[music] Welcome to Mothers on the Frontline Podcast. Today, as part of our Just Ask Mom Series,we listen to a Mom of a 9 year old diagnosed with ADHD, Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Anxiety in 2014. [music] Tammy: Tell us a little bit about yourself before or outside of mothering, who are you, what do you love, what do you love to do? Mom: I lov…
 
In this episode, Diana shares her experience mothering a 17 year old daughter with anxiety and depression. Mentioned on this episode: NAMI: National Alliance on Mental Illness: https://www.nami.org/ Transcription [music in background] Voiceover: Welcome to the Just Ask Mom podcast where mothers share their experiences of raising children with menta…
 
Jill discusses caring for her son whose bipolar disorder surfaced during the teen years. She describes the lack of resources in rural Iowa, the criminalization of mental illness and how that affected her family. She explains how this journey as a mother makes you learn who you are as a person and how strong you can be. Transcription [music] Female …
 
In this episode, we listen to Miss Diva from the USA. She speaks about raising a son with schizoaffective disorder, bipolar, ADHD, PTSD, and Seizures in the African-American Community. Please be advised that this interview contains content about domestic abuse and may be upsetting for some audience members. Transcription Women’s Voice: Welcome to t…
 
In this episode, we listen to Melissa, a mother from rural Iowa, share her story about raising a son with severe depression. Please be advised that this interview discusses suicide and may be triggering for some of our audience. (See below for transcription.)Suicide Resources:The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255The Lifeline pr…
 
In this episode, we hear from John “Tank” Miller of Delaware. A Family Advocate and father of a 19 year old with mental health challenges, John discusses his mental health advocacy through social media and how he uses “Tank Mentality” to provide those with mental illness encouragement every day.Become part of the Tank Mentality Movement:Follow on T…
 
In this episode, we listen to Andre Minett, a father of two, husband, and social worker. He discusses his experience advocating for foster children and his own experience as a father with a child with health condition.TranscriptionATA 5 not edited[background music]Female Speaker: Welcome to “Ask The Advocate” where mental health advocates share the…
 
In this episode, we listen to Cheryl who overcame and found the new Cheryl. This mother of three shares her powerful story of overcoming trauma and serious illness to advocate for her children with special needs. Please be advised that this episode contains discussion of sexual abuse and a suicide attempt.TranscriptionVoiceover: Welcome to the Just…
 
In this episode, we listen to Suzette Southfox, a Southern California parent of a 19 year-old son with depression, anxiety and Autism Spectrum Disorder. She tells us about her over ten-year journey with children's mental health. She discusses the importance of honoring the strength of our children and others with depression who fight each day to ge…
 
In this episode, we listen to Shanta, a mother of three, clinician, advocate and proponent of self-care. She discusses raising a daughter who struggles mood disorder and suicidal ideation.Transcription[Music plays]Voice over: Welcome to “Ask the Advocate” where mental health advocates share their journey to advocacy and what it is meant for their l…
 
In this episode, we listen to an advocate with MomBiz Boss and a mother of children who experience developmental and mental health challenges. She speaks about being a mother of color and the experiences of raising children with both visible and invisible disabilities.Advocacy organizations discussed in the Podcast:National Federation of Families f…
 
In this episode, we listen to Fidelia from Northern California. Fidelia has three children: two sons with behavioral challenges and a 11 year old daughter with anxiety. She shares her journey of mental illness, motherhood, incarceration, and advocacy.Transcription[music]Women’s voice: Mothers On The Front Line is a non-profit organization founded b…
 
In this episode, we listen to a mother of three children with mental health diagnoses who works as a Family Partner with North Carolina Families United. She discusses the barriers families face when trying to get their children services and her own experience of moving her family to another county in order to get mental health services for her chil…
 
In this episode, Nate tells us about his journey adopting his young son from the foster system and how the trauma of his son's early life has left a complicated matrix of diagnoses. TranscriptionVoice: Welcome to the Just Ask Mom podcast where parents share their experiences of mothering children with mental illness. Just Ask Mom is a Mothers on th…
 
In this episode, a mother shares her experience of the recent diagnosis of her son with Asperger's Syndrome. She discusses the journey to the diagnosis and how well-meaning, but often misguided advice from family and friends can make this already difficult journey all the more painful. She discusses her son's experiences being bullied in school and…
 
In this episode, we speak with a mother of three. Her eldest son has Disruptive Mood Dysregulation Disorder (DMDD). She discusses how the condition affects the family dynamic and what a good day looks like.TranscriptionVoice: Welcome to the Just Ask Mom podcast where parents share their experiences of mothering children with mental illness. Just As…
 
In this episode, Alissa shares her journey as a single mother raising 5 children, both biological and adopted through the foster system, and having a wide range of special needs, including physical, intellectual and emotional disabilities. She discusses how to stay centered in the tough times and how self-care is required before we are able to give…
 
In this episode, a mother and grandmother from Iowa talk about the difficult journey of changing diagnoses, medications, and symptoms during the early childhood of their son and grandson who has Tourette's Syndrome, OCD, and ODD. They discuss the importance of support groups, recognizing your own needs (especially when they might be different than …
 
In this episode, a Grandmother tells us about raising her grandson who experienced trauma and suffered from several conditions, including ADHD, anxiety, bipolar, and learning disabilities. Please note that this story discusses child abuse and may be triggering for some of our listeners. TranscriptionSpeaker: Welcome to the Just Ask Mom podcast wher…
 
https://mothersonthefrontline.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/JAM004.mp3In this episode we speak to Paula, the adoptive mother of two boys from foster care. One son has PTSD, Trauma, and Autism. The other son has ADHD, Tourette Syndrome, and Anxiety. Paula talks about the importance of not taking your child's behavior personally, the gift of adoptio…
 
https://mothersonthefrontline.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/episode-3.mp3In this episode, Emily talks about her journey raising a young son with Tourette's Syndrome. She talks about the importance of community building on many levels, including strengthening relationships within the family and marriage, her church, her son's school, and the larger…
 
https://mothersonthefrontline.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/episode-2.mp3In this episode, a mother reflects back on her experience raising children with schizophrenia decades ago. She discusses the difficulty of coming to terms with the diagnosis of schizophrenia, how the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family-to-Family program helped h…
 
Anna discusses raising a son with childhood-onset schizophrenia on a Midwestern farm, the journey to the right diagnosis & medications, and what there is to celebrate. Transcription:SPEAKER: Welcome to the ‘Just Ask Mom’ podcast where mothers share their experiences of raising children with mental illness. ‘Just ask Mom’ is a Mothers on the Frontli…
 
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