About This Show
The Oppermom podcast is a show dedicated to sharing the daily triumphs and struggles of my life. As the mother of a growing tribe of seven I want this podcast to be a place of encouragement and direction as you try to make it through this journey of motherhood. Come join the adventure!
Most Recent Episode
theOppermom S216: Navigating Young Love with Megan Schwartz
In a world of overcharged, under matured teenage angst, teenagers have a very small margin for success when it comes to relationships. If you have or are on your way to having a teenager who can’t wait to “date” then you need to tune into this episode. As two parents who had a lot to figure out when it came to allowing our young ones to start a relationship. Megan and I talk about what our journey looked like when our “children” came desiring to date. TODAY’S TOPICS We look at how do you know when your child is ready, what does the “right” age look like. To marry or not to marry, that is the question. How to talk to them about the dreaded S-word and setting appropriate boundaries. Moms preparing for marriage is just another step in this journey called life which can already be hard enough. Use this as well as all those other milestones as opportunities to speak wisdom into your child’s life. Just as with all of them there is great opportunity to build friendships that will last a lifetime! THANKS SO MUCH FOR LISTENING Thanks so much for joining me again this week. Have some feedback, please let us know in the comments below and if you have enjoyed the episode share it in your favorite corner of the internet. If you would take a minute to Rate & Review this show in iTunes we would really appreciate it. Your honest review in the iTunes store helps us improve the show and reach more listeners like you. Finally, don’t forget to subscribe to the show on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher or in your favorite podcast listening device so you can get our latest shows as soon as they post. Thanks for being a listener. Until next time, join the adventure and be “anOppermom”.