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Unyielding

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Welcome to Unyielding, a twice-monthly podcast for Pathways to Hope Network. Our goal is to voice the challenges of having a child in the juvenile court system while honoring the unyielding love between a mother and her child.
 
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Episode 5: What to expect: Siblings Host: Angie Frey Having a child in crisis affects the entire family. Amid chaos and emotions, it's easy to overlook other family members who may not be directly involved, particularly siblings. Whether we talk about it with them or not, our children are very aware of the changes in the family dynamic and that the…
 
Studies show that couples argue more during their child's teen years than they do any other time in their child's developmental years. In episode four, we take at look at some of the ways having a child in crisis can impact your marriage/domestic relationship. From different parenting styles to the slippery slope of “Don’t tell dad,” I share a few …
 
Podcast Info: Title: E. 3: What to expect: From yourself Release Date: Month, Day, 2021 Speaker: Angie Frey In Episode Three, we discuss the importance of understanding trauma while walking through this journey. We hear the advice of other moms who have walked this very same road, those who have faced this trauma, and hope to help strengthen you as…
 
Today we pick up where we left off in episode 1 and continue the conversation on some basic information regarding the juvenile court process. We’ll review felony and misdemeanor charges as well as degrees and counts. We’ll also briefly touch on plea deals & trials, what sentencing & probation look like, and then wrap the episode up by talking about…
 
In Episode One, we take a look at the Juvenile Courts System. We talk through a little about what happens after an arrest, the diversion program (12:35), Detention (13:00), and Attorneys (15:00). We also talk about what to expect at a hearing (19:00), Terms and Conditions (26:00), and Pretrial Hearings (28:30). Most importantly, though, we talk abo…
 
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