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Prism Parenting: Looking at Behavior in a Different Light
15 minutes | 21 hours ago
The Key to Less Picky Eating This Holiday Season
The holidays are a good opportunity to introduce your kids to new food and help them move past picky eating habits. In this episode we cover three simple (and painless!) things you can try with your kids.
24 minutes | 8 days ago
Replay: Raising Grateful Little Humans
Ever wonder what you can you do to raise grateful little humans?! This week is Thanksgiving, and I think it is the perfect time to contemplate this topic. In this episode I’ll go over three practical ways to do just this. For the fun of it, I’ve also included a short interview with my daughter, Ady.
20 minutes | 15 days ago
Siblings: Sometimes Fair is Not Equal
Do my kids need to be parented differently than one another? How can I do this without making my kids think I’m playing favorites? This week we cover what to do to guard against the perception of favoritism while still meeting the unique needs of each child.
46 minutes | 23 days ago
How to Create Calm, Joy, and Confidence Within the Chaos of Motherhood with Dr. Claire Nicogossian
This week Dr. Claire Nicogossian provides practical tips on how moms can set themselves up for success to proactively manage their feelings of anger and frustration.
16 minutes | a month ago
The Four Things Your Child’s Tantrum Could Be Telling You
Sometimes it seems like our kids act out for no reason, but behavior always has a cause! This week we will chat about four things your child’s tantrum could be telling you.
51 minutes | a month ago
The Happy Child with Matt Larson
Sometimes it seems like we need to choose between keeping our kids happy and doing what we know is best for them in the long-term. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be one or the other. This week Matt Larson gives us several practical and proven ways to help our kids (and us!) find lasting happiness.
51 minutes | a month ago
Supporting Your Kids From The Inside Out- With Dr. Rebecca Branstetter
This week Dr. Rebecca Branstetter will give insight on how to help your kids emotionally thrive rather than just survive in our current context. She will explain how mental health professionals in the schools are currently helping students and how to access their support if your child needs it.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
How to (And NOT to) Talk Politics With Your Kids
This political season has been challenging for so many reasons. Likely your kids have picked up on some of the high emotions and stress so many are feeling. This week we break down the DO’s and DO NOT’s of discussing politics with our kids.
67 minutes | 2 months ago
Thriving as a Family in Challenging Times
This week Prism Parenting teams up with Generation Mom to dish out practical insight and resources. The focus is on helping all the moms out there thrive despite the continued chaos that 2020 has (and continues to!) dish out.
15 minutes | 2 months ago
Giving Your Kids the Gift of Failure
Failure is important because it’s tied to resilience. While we all know this, it’s so tempting in the moment to shelter our kids. This week we will talk about what to do instead of rescuing them.
41 minutes | 2 months ago
A Colorful Library with Mijha Godfrey
Although most parents agree that teaching kids about diversity is important, it is hard to know the best way to do this. In this episode, Mijha Godfrey from Jambo Books shares how to do this in an easy and fun way with the help of children’s literature.
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Break The Cycle and Stop Giving In
As parents, it’s hard to be consistent. So often we say something, our kids protest, and we just give in. This week we will go over why we give in as parents and the easiest way to break the cycle.
41 minutes | 3 months ago
Balancing Working and Schooling From Home with Jen Mackinnon
As a working mom, it often feels like there are not enough hours in the day. Of course 2020 has only intensified this! Whether you're homeschooling or your kids are participating in distance learning, chances are you are feeling overwhelmed. This week Jen Mackinnon provides practical strategies to balance career and our children’s education in the current climate.
17 minutes | 3 months ago
“You’re grounded... Forever”
Sometimes it is easy to overreact when our kids act out. In this episode we discuss a series of questions to ask yourself when wondering whether or not to adjust discipline that you previously decided on.
42 minutes | 3 months ago
Parenting in Blended Families with Melissa Brown
This week Melissa Brown from the Blended Family Podcast discusses her personal journey as a mom and step mom. She shares what to do (and what not to do) to find peace within a blended family.
22 minutes | 3 months ago
Three Steps to Teach Your Kids to Play Independently
If your child doesn’t play well independently, chances are that you’re feeling overwhelmed. It’s a skill that needs to be learned and you can actually start teaching it from day one. In today’s show we discuss how to teach your child independent play skills at each developmental stage.
24 minutes | 4 months ago
Reflections on Parenting During the Worst Year of my Life
Just days after my thirtieth birthday, my whole world came crashing down. Although I had been perfectly healthy up until that point, I ended up having six surgeries in nine months. This week I’ll share about my personal heath journey, and what it was like to parent an infant and toddler in the midst of it all.
23 minutes | 4 months ago
4 Insights from Homeschooling Week 1
This week I will share with you four insights from the first week of my homeschool experiment. Whether you are starting the school year at home, or you just want to be ready to pivot to distance learning if need be, this episode was recorded will you in mind!
16 minutes | 4 months ago
This week we discuss five strategies to use when teaching your kids at home. The episode is for all parents of school-aged kids, because most will be starting the school year in distance learning. Those that aren’t will need to be prepared to do so on a moment’s notice.
18 minutes | 4 months ago
The Whining Has Got to Stop!
One thing all parents deal with from time to time is whining. This week we will cover three simple strategies to reduce whining in your home.
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