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Erin Royer, LA's go-to expert on all things parenting and child development for today’s common challenges, covers way more than just discipline. She dives into topics such as self-esteem, development and health, modern parenting issues and even education. Erin is not just knowledgeable but also relatable, warm, and sometimes even funny. https://www.yourvillageonline.com
 
The truth is we are all surviving parenting one day at a time. Add child anxiety or childhood OCD and it can be overwhelming! On The AT Parenting Survival Podcast your host Natasha Daniels will ride the Parental roller coaster with you. She will teach you parenting approaches to help child anxiety and OCD, she’ll give you a new perspective on common parenting problems and will re-invigorate your sparkle for parenting. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
From the national organization Reach Out and Read comes a brand new podcast centered around the belief that children’s books build better brains, better family relationships, and happier, healthy children and societies. Join us as host Dr Dipesh Navsaria, a pediatrician with a children’s librarianship degree, dives into a wealth of varied early childhood health and literacy topics with expert guests examining the many facets of supporting the parent-child relationship as key to early success.
 
When we trust in our body's beautiful wisdom, we can see our struggles with food, family feeding, and body image in a new light. The Feeding Humans podcast dives deep into what it means to be human—our complexities and flaws, our elegant physiology, our absolute uniqueness, our rich lived experiences. All these shape the way we relate to food. And because our little ones are human too, our family feeding challenges suddenly make a lot more sense. This podcast will help you find peace with yo ...
 
In a world where most people get married, where do you turn for advice if you don’t want to settle down – for now, or forever? Solo is the single person’s guide to a remarkable life. Welcome to the podcast that explores how being unattached affords you the opportunity to be adventurous, start a business, make art, travel the world, get in shape, or simply sleep in when you want to. Join Dr. Peter McGraw – behavioral scientist, humor researcher, and bachelor – as he interviews unmarried men a ...
 
Hi my name is Eidit Choochage. I help women and discuss topics related to mental health and wellbeing. I am a Psychotherapist, but more than that I too am a woman with a story. I am Assyrian, a Indigenous tribe with roots dating back to Mesopotamian times. I've always had a call on my heart to show up and serve humanity. I created this podcast to make emotional healing more accessible. Here you will find resources, inspiration, stories, strategies and so much more so you can experience your ...
 
Tired of the glammed up, over filtered version of birth and parenting we keep seeing all over social media? Parents! – it’s time to get real and share all of it on Apparently with Astra - the new pregnancy and parenting podcast. Listen to your host, Astra as she shares a healthy dose of unpredictable humor and emotional moments as a new mom, while also interviewing parents from different backgrounds that have gone through their own extraordinary experiences while growing and raising their fa ...
 
How are you preparing your child for life? Leading experts agree the key to a child's success in life is a healthy mind in a healthy body. BAM! is an acronym for "body and mind." Listen to BAM! and get fast, expert tips on how to develop your child's mind/body connection, put your child on the right track early on, sort through the myths and get to the heart of what really takes to prepare your child's body and mind for life!
 
Are you looking for information about how to homeschool? Do you want more joy in homeschooling? You've come to the right place. Join homeschooling families from around the world and listen to our weekly podcast. Click the subscribe button right now so that you will never miss a future episode. Keep reading for more info! Your host, Jackie Wheeler, has been homeschooling her daughters for over a decade. She's experienced the ups & downs of homeschooling and is here to help you navigate a life ...
 
The Working Parent Resource is a place where we have thoughtful discussions, share personal stories, and provide practical advice for ambitious working parents who actually want to enjoy being a working parent. Every week we tackle a brand new topic related to working parenthood to help you overcome your biggest obstacles, reach new insights, and make important changes in your life. Topics will include time management and life balance, marriage and relationships, child development and parent ...
 
Join me, Caroline Lorson, a previous student of The Academy at Ivy Ridge, as we dive deep into the troubled teen industry that has routinely displayed institutionalized child abuse as the norm and has exploited children and their families. In this series, we are going to be focusing solely on the development, practices, and abuse that took place within the World Wide Association of Specialty Programs. Paris Hilton - Shut down the abusive Provo Canyon School Change Petition - http://chng.it/t ...
 
A podcast for the mindful modern mom who is raising a family in the now age. We talk all things, parenting, spirituality, self-care, and personal development. You'll hear real-life lessons, from real mom's in all stages of motherhood from new mom to teenage mom, expert insights and live life coaching with Bernadette
 
ChristianTeensUnited.com was established to prepare today’s Christian youth for success in the business world. Success built upon the principles outlined in the Word of God. It’s purpose is to help our young people understand the financial responsibilities of God’s kingdom and how to honor God through financial stewardship, learn how to build a Circle of Success to ensure personal accountability, growth, and development, and how to achieve a professional image as an Ambassador for Christ. Go ...
 
The Modern Good is a podcast that inspires listeners to take action + personal responsibility for their thoughts, feelings and perception of the world around them. Episode content is audience-directed and built into cohesive themes that offers listeners a chance to learn actionable tools to shift their perception immediately. Each episode takes listeners closer to expansion + transformation in the areas of consciousness, emotional healing, modern spirituality, energetic anatomy and current e ...
 
Do you ever feel like being at home isn’t what you thought it would be? Somehow, it just seems to fall short. You try so hard to juggle the moving pieces and keep everyone happy, but you feel like you’re surviving instead of thriving. There’s so much advice about parenting and adult relationships, it’s hard to focus on what you really need to know. Let us help you. We started The Smart Family Podcast with you in mind. We exist to offer you high quality, practical advice to help you strengthe ...
 
Hosted by Dr. David Ghozland, a board certified Ob/Gyn providing the latest topics in women's health, sexual medicine and cosmetic gynecology. Dr. Ghozland has been in practice for over 15 years and leads the way in innovative and cutting edge therapies. He is a highly sought out surgeon/physician and past president of the Los Angeles County Medical Association. As an author of several books on women's health, Dr. Ghozland's mission for this podcast is to bring awareness and the most update ...
 
iHeartRadio presents Art of the Hustle – a podcast designed to inspire entrepreneurs and fuel their life’s work. With a casual and comfortable interview approach, listeners are invited into a conversation between our host Jeff Rosenthal, co-Founder of Summit, and his guests, exploring stories of success, failure, milestone events and of course, key advice that shapes the life of an entrepreneur.
 
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Oranga Tamariki has apologised for keeping a child in hospital care for nine weeks because they could not find a suitable placement. In documents posted online by the cyber-attackers who targeted the DHB, staff said the youngster did not require admission to hospital for any medical reason and was not unwell. The Minister for Children is calling fo…
 
A United Nations official with Covid-19 has been evacuated from Fiji on a mercy flight after a decision from New Zealand health authorities. RNZ understands the woman, who is seriously ill, will be treated at Auckland's Middlemore Hospital despite New Zealand initially refusing to let her in because of "capacity" issues. The hospital system in Fiji…
 
How do gold medal winning Olympic rowers celebrate? They get back on the water. As rowing pair Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler brought home New Zealand's first gold medal of the Tokyo Olympics today, there was just two things on their minds. Had they done New Zealand proud? And how quickly could they get back out on the water ahead of their rowi…
 
Daily Covid-19 cases in Fiji are back over a thousand - and there is such sustained pressure on frontline workers and the health system - that the latter really is cracking right now. There are about 19,000 people who have tested positive in isolation, and this outbreak has caused more than 200 deaths. There is no sign of this second wave slowing, …
 
The Univeristy of Auckland, Royal Society and now the Tertiary Education Union have come out against a contentious letter to the editor by seven Univeristy of Auckland professors denying Mātauranga Māori as science. The statement appeared in the Listener written by Kendall Clements, Garth Cooper, Michael Corballis, Douglas Elliffe, Elizabeth Rata, …
 
The Minister for Children has called for an investigation into the treatment of a young child by Oranga Tamariki. RNZ revealed this morning that a child spent more than nine weeks in a Waikato hospital because the agency failed to find them a suitable placement. In documents posted online by the cyber hackers who attacked the Waikato DHB, staff sai…
 
All children get angry at times - often when overtired, fighting with siblings or when they perceive they're being treated unfairly. But for some children, anger and aggression can explode for no apparent reason. What's going on? And how can parents and caregivers respond? Parenting coach and educator Joseph Driessen says there are ways to reduce a…
 
Technology commentator Sarah Putt joins Kathryn to discuss a new survey from Netsafe which has found New Zealanders believe the internet is more dangerous than it was five years ago, everyone's talking about the billionaire space race what impact it could have on the space economy and Google is boosting its New Zealand presence - what does that mea…
 
The Commerce Commission says competition in the grocery sector is poor with Foodstuffs and Countdown essentially a duopoly dominating the market with little room for new entrants or competition. But in a draft report this morning, it has stopped short of recommending that the two major players be forced to give up some of their stores to make way f…
 
Max Olson is the founder and CEO of SeaChange, a company that wants to build hydro-foil car and passenger ferries that would deliver zero-emission transit. Earlier this year the company successfully trialled a prototype, and plans are now underway to scale it up and take it across Cook Strait. Max joins Kathryn to talk about why he believes there's…
 
The Law Commission is publishing an issues paper about the review of surrogacy law, submissions on which are invited until 23rd September 2021. Proposals for an overhaul of New Zealand's surrogacy law would grant intended parents immediate rights and give surrogate mothers more financial support and protection, including from exploitation.…
 
The Commerce Commission has just released its draft report of its study into the grocery sector. The Commission has been looking at the main supermarket chains for more than a year, focusing on the price, quality and range available to customers, whether the major retailers have too much bargaining power and if they co-ordinate with each other to p…
 
A 2000 home development proposed for a picturesque part of Queenstown is upsetting locals who want it moved elsewhere. They're not so much worried about a blot on the landscape as the commute to work. The Ladies Mile development proposes to add high density houses to the city's eastern entrance - near Lake Hayes. The community is pushing back, with…
 
A 2000 home development proposed for a picturesque part of Queenstown is upsetting locals who want it moved elsewhere. They're not so much worried about a blot on the landscape as the commute to work. The Ladies Mile development proposes to add high density houses to the city's eastern entrance - near Lake Hayes. The community is pushing back, with…
 
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