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Family Confidential: Secrets of Successful Parenting is a biweekly podcast that focuses on 21st century parenting challenges and solutions. Hosted by Annie Fox and produced by Electric Eggplant, Family Confidential brings you practical parenting advice through in-depth conversations with authors, educators and therapists. If you're a parent of a tween or teen, this series is for you. In fact, you can become part of the series by sending in your parenting questions and getting direct answers. ...
 
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How to Raise a Confident, Capable, Resilient Adult This podcast will focus on the downfalls of overparenting and how to step back to allow children the room to step up and become confident, capable, resilient adults. A troubling trend has taken over which has created parents who micromanage, overprotect and over-direct children’s childhoods. Childr…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Drugs, Alcohol and Addiction Inoculation This podcast focuses on the conversations that need to occur around drugs and alcohol, substance abuse and addiction inoculation. How can we raise healthy kids in a culture of dependence? Dr. Robyn Silverman speaks with educator, Jess Lahey, about what makes the difference- and how …
 
How to Help Young Kids Cope with Tempers and Tantrums This podcast focuses on young children and what to do when they experience “feelings overload,” won’t listen or are having a physical tantrum. Dr. Lynne Kenney discusses how to deal with the “I won’ts” and “I can’ts” so that everyone stays more calm and connected even when emotions run hot. Pare…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Asian-American Violence & Racism This podcast focuses on how to talk to kids about the uptick in Asian-American violence over the last year, culminating in the Atlanta shooting on March 16, 2021 in which 8 died, including 6 women of Asian descent. Dr. Robyn Silverman and Christine Koh discuss the source of this racism as w…
 
How to Talk to Girls about Drama-Free Friendships It’s Women’s History Month- a great time to discuss relationships between girls. The podcast provides information about girls and their friendships. What does it mean to have a great friend? What does it mean to be a good friend? And what can we do to help girls when their friendships get complicate…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Thriving in an Uncertain World This podcast focuses on how to help kids thrive in an uncertain world. Have you ever noticed that even when all the odds are stacked against some kids, somehow certain kids rise above and thrive? These kids are the thrivers! They have skills, traits and practices that allow them to shine whil…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Positive Internal Strengths This podcast will focus on the core abilities that help kids thrive. Instead of focusing on external motivators like grades and punishments- we talk about the internal compass that children can refer to when making choices. By focusing on curiosity, creativity, integrity, resourcefulness and the…
 
How to Raise Confident, Happy Teen Girls This podcast will focus on how to Raise Confident, Happy Teen Girls by delving into (1) the challenges teen girls face, (2) how key adults can inspire girls and (3) how girls can deconstruct media, see themselves as more than just “bodies” and gain confidence through competence. Confidence and self worth, bo…
 
How to Raise Resilient, Self-Reliant, and Secure Kids in an Age of Anxiety This podcast focuses on how to raise resilient, self-reliant and secure kids in an age of anxiety. The most common health disorders among children are mental health disorders. That’s 17 million children! We must help children cope with stress and learn from their mistakes—an…
 
How to Talk to Kids About Outsmarting Worry This podcast focuses on talking to kids about outsmarting worry. Special Guest: Dawn Huebner, PhD Do your children or young teens get nervous? Scared? Jittery? Uneasy? Agitated? Stressed out? Well, everyone gets worried sometimes. Some people are able to move through worry fairly easily while others find …
 
How to Talk to Kids about Equity, Racism and Social Justice This podcast focuses on the conversations that need to occur around racism, inequities and social justice in a world where black and brown boys are routinely marginalized, mistreated and made to feel inferior. How can advocates, educators, parents and activists become mentors and guides fo…
 
How to Look Beyond Behaviors to Solve Children’s Behavioral Challenges This podcast will focus on looking beyond behaviors to understand and help solve children’s behavioral challenges. Behavior is simply and outward expression of inward emotions—so if we just work to correct the behaviors we see, we miss a great deal of the problem! By looking ben…
 
How to Ensure that Every Girl Knows She Is Enough As She Is This podcast episode focuses on the unique challenges girls face and strategies to help them overcome or cope with those challenges with best-selling author, Rachel Simmons. Rachel’s book, Enough As She Is, comes out today, which provides parents and educators with ways to help girls move …
 
Kicking Off 2021 with Empathy-Based Goals Dr. Robyn Silverman does a solocast on setting goals for 2021 with empathy, hope and a little surrender in mind. How can you set goals using empathy? How can we use this time to talk to kids about household contributions and life skills development? How can we use this time to talk about tough topics and ho…
 
What to do (and what not to do) to become mentally strong parents This podcast is the second episode with guest, Amy Morin, (1st one is here) who talks about her strategies for parents and her book 13 Things Mentally Strong Parents Don’t Do in today’s episode. Special Guest: Amy Morin Amy Morin a psychotherapist and the international bestselling au…
 
How to Talk to Kids about Middle School This podcast is about how to help ourselves and our children navigate middle school successfully. Dr. Robyn Silverman interviews Judith Warner, author of “And Then They Stopped Talking to Me,” about middle school friendship, relationships, emotions, frustrations, screen-time and more. Guest Expert: Judith War…
 
Special Guest: Debbie Reber Debbie Reber is a New York Times bestselling author and the founder of TiLT Parenting, a website, top podcast, and social media company for parents who are raising differently wired children. Her next book, Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World, comes out in June 2018. She currently live…
 
Cooper Lawrence, PhD - This podcast is about celebrities and the impact they have on our children through social media, movies, TV shows and more. How do celebrities get such a hold on people? Why does what they do and say influence what our children do, say and believe? Dr. Robyn Silverman interviews Dr. Cooper Lawrence to understand celebrity cul…
 
Special Guest: Jessica Herthel This podcast is aimed to help parents and educators understand how to knowledgably and compassionately talk about transgender youth and gender expression with children. Especially when many people have their own preconceived notions about gender, it can be hard to speak about the spectrum of gender expression in a non…
 
Kristen Howerton - This podcast is about how to parent without perfection. While we may have pictured smiling, complaint-free kids frolicking in meadows, taking out the trash without prompting and feeling a carefree ease as we baked cookies in a clean and organized home before we had kids- this is not reality. Kids are not perfect and neither are w…
 
Special Guest: Dr. Dehra Harris Children who are differently wired, and in particular, children with ADHD, can often feel like something is “wrong” with their brain. “Why can’t I pay attention?” “Why am I getting yelled at right now?” While there are some clear challenges that children with ADHD face in school and in some everyday activities, there…
 
Special Guest: Andrea Umbach All people, young or old, experience fears or anxiety at one time or another in their lives. These feelings are often normal- even protective- because they tell us when we need to use caution, run, fight or get help. Kids may fear the dark, or spiders, or being separated from their parents- and much more. For children, …
 
Special Guest: Carrie Goldman Bullying is a hot topic these days- of course it is. Studies tell us that, more and more, bullying can have a lasting effect on a person's mental health. Not to mention, we hear tragic stories about children feeling hopeless and helpless when they are being bullied- even some who have turned to hurting themselves or su…
 
Special Guest: Caroline Knorr Ever see an ad for a toy, movie, TV show or book and wonder, is that right for my child? Wish you had knew from a completely unbiased, well-researched, independent child-focused organization how to pick the best apps, best websites and best educational videos for your kids at the most optimal ages possible? And speakin…
 
How to Talk to Boys about Not Being A$$holes This podcast will focus on teaching boys to recognize the humanness in everyone—to be kind and to NOT be an assh*le. How can we teach our sons to have positive interactions, make good decisions and recognize when they are being jerkfaces? We talk about all of it on the How to Talk to Kids about Anything …
 
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