Tag Archive for: How to Talk to Kids about Anything

How to Talk to Kids about Good Manners with Brooke Romney

How to Talk to Kids about Coping Skills with Janine Halloran, M.A., LMHC

How to Talk to Parents about How They Discipline Kids with Mr. Chazz

How to Talk to Kids about Difficult Feelings in Friendship with Eileen Kennedy-Moore, PhD

How To Parent Teens so that They Become Independent, Grown, & Flown with Lisa Heffernan

This podcast will focus on raising independent teens so that they can become young adults who can take care of themselves and make good, wise choices on their own. What skills do they need? What must they learn? Dr. Robyn Silverman interviews Lisa Heffernan from Grown and Flown on the How to Talk to Kids about Anything podcast.

How to Raise Empowered Athletes and Resilient Kids with Kirsten Jones

You’ve probably noticed it—whether or not your child is an athlete. You’ve heard the stories. Athletes burning the candle at both ends, playing multiple sports at high levels, trying to balance school and sports for hours each day while sacrificing sleep, eating well, and blowing off stress in productive ways. Parents, with their hearts in the right places, pushing their kids to edge up—work harder, get in front of the right people, get more practice, get the right positions, get more playing time—only to burn their children out, blow their bodies out, obliterate their interest in the very activities they once loved. But how could they now try? Their kid is so talented- they seem to adore it—it’s not work, it’s fun…until it’s not. You know what I’m talking about, don’t you? Let’s discuss it today with Kirsten Jones.