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Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy. Janet is a respected parenting adviser, author, and consultant whose website (JanetLansbury.com) is visited by millions of readers annually. Her work informs, inspires, and supports caregivers of infants and toddlers across the globe, helping to create relationships of respect, trust, and love. Her best-selling books “No Bad Kids: Toddler Discipline without Shame” and "Elevating Chi ...
 
Parenting Trap is a podcast where we discuss respectful parenting techniques and tips. Cohosts, Alex and Barbara, answer listeners specific questions each week and help spread the respectful, collaborative approach to parenting, in an effort to help improve family relationships between parent and child.
 
Jen Lumanlan always thought infancy would be the hardest part of parenting. Now she has a toddler and finds a whole new set of tools are needed, there are hundreds of books to read, and academic research to uncover that would otherwise never see the light of day. Join her on her journey to get a Masters in Psychology focusing on Child Development, as she researches topics of interest to parents of toddlers and preschoolers from all angles, and suggests tools parents can use to help kids thri ...
 
Welcome to Raising Wildlings, a podcast about parenting, alternative education and stepping into the wilderness, however that looks, with your family. Each week, we’ll be interviewing experts that truly inspire us, to answer your parenting and education questions. We’ll also be sharing stories from some incredible families that took the leap, and are taking the road less travelled. Whether you’re a parent looking for tips on how to better handle those sibling squabbles and tantrums, a couple ...
 
The We Choose Respect ParentCast is a great resource for parents looking to raise kids to be healthy, happy and respectful. Show host Jed Doherty is known throughout the US and Puerto Rico as Jedlie, a fun and a bit wacky former social worker turned magician. Three times each week Jedlie will interview authors, parenting experts and guest who are just plain fun.
 
The Montessori Notebook podcast is the place for all your Montessori inspiration. Simone Davies, author of The Montessori Toddler, reveals all her insights from years of being a Montessori teacher and parent. Through conversations, answering listener’s questions, and sharing what she’s been learning lately, you’ll be inspired to take those ideas that resonate for you and put them straight into practice to be a more calm, supportive parent or teacher. Simone is down to earth, warm, and makes ...
 
Are you tired of yelling at your kids? Do you sometimes feel like they don’t listen or respect you? Do you feel like the worst parent EVER? You’re not alone, there is hope! Join Lisa Smith -- Mom, Master Certified Parent Coach, Author and Speaker -- as she helps turn frustrated parents -- who regularly default to yelling, threatening and punishing -- into peaceful leaders within their households. As a former dominant parent, she has found the path to Peaceful Parenting and is dedicated to he ...
 
Your healthy relationship with your six-year-old is essential to their development. Through relationships, your child develops a sense of belonging. They come to better understand themselves through their interactions with you, their teachers, and their peers. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a positive relationship with their child. Parenting is so important and each day presents new excitement and challenges. The tools offered in this podc ...
 
The Honestly Adoption Podcast features real voices, sharing real hope and encouragement to parents on the journey of foster care and adoption. Hosts Mike and Kristin Berry, and Nicole Goerges share open and honest perspectives from the journey of foster, adoptive, and special needs parenting. Their goal is to be real and honest but also bring hope and encouragement to parents, all over the world.
 
Welcome to Upbringing. We’re Hannah and Kelty - twins, mothers and works-in-progress. Upbringing is a movement that empowers parents to grow up alongside their kids for sanity and social change. Through this podcast, speaking and coaching, we focus on our personal work as parents- the awareness, mindset and approach needed to raise amazing kids while ALSO getting shit done. Join us to radically redefine kids’ resistance as a magical opportunity to nurture skills and values like consent, non- ...
 
The Family Life Elevated Podcast discusses key topics with respect to having a family and trying our best to raise an amazing family. There is no college classes or training to start a family so we are all learning on the job. On this podcast, we talk about what is working for us as we manage life’s obstacles while still managing to become a happy, healthy and wealthy family.
 
Tell a young person what to do – play fair, be yourself, stick to the task at hand – and most will tune you out. But show them how choices and consequences play out in the real world, and the impact will be far more effective and long lasting. Based on interviews with over 100 people from around the world and from all walks of life as they reflect on their most profound and unexpected moments of clarity about who they are and how they should treat others. The lessons help teach 23 powerful c ...
 
Parenting is often lived in the extremes. It’s either great joy or chaotic overwhelm. One moment you’re nailing it and the next you’re losing your cool. I want to help you find your way to the messy middle, to a place of balance. You see, balance is a verb, not a state of being. It is a thing you DO, not a thing you ARE. It’s an action, a process, a series of micro-corrections that we make, each and every day, to keep ourselves feeling centered. We are never truly balanced, we are engaged in ...
 
Productively Present Parenting™ tips for the busy mom. Get tips for tackling the less important, but necessary, aspects of life so more time can be spent doing what matters most. The show is designed to give you clarity over your own vision of SuperMom and gives (mom-sized) actionable steps to achieve your vision of a clean house, healthy diet, organic beauty, peaceful parenting, and homeschool life.
 
Your five-year-old is growing so fast and is demonstrating more independence each day. They may no longer look like a toddler, yet they still need your support just as much as they did when they were smaller. Your child needs to practice and build their skills in listening, empathy, communication, and problem solving in order to thrive in school and in life. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to cultivate a trusting relationship with their child in or ...
 
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After dinner a few days ago, Carys randomly started telling us that if we want to understand some of the things she's feeling, we should cast our minds back to when we were children and remember how we would have felt about it at the time. The conversation continued as we explored more of her feelings when she's having difficult moments, and at som…
 
A parent is concerned and torn about her 18-month-old daughter's swim lessons, because the toddler cries the entire time. This mom says: “I struggle with giving her bodily autonomy and respect while forcing her to take swim classes for her safety.” She is hoping Janet can help her reconcile her conflicted feelings.Thanks again to Ritual Vitamins fo…
 
One of the things we LOVE about hosting this podcast, is the deeply valuable lessons we learn from our guests. We intentionally schedule guests who challenge us, inspire us, and motivate us. This discussion with Marcie was one of the most aw-inspiring and thought-provoking interviews we've done in the 5 year history of this show! You will love this…
 
Hi everyone! Simone here and I'm super excited to be back with another season of The Montessori Notebook podcast. Today I'll be talking with Nusaibah Macadam from Rumi Montessori. It was a beautiful conversation covering: Montessori through the four planes of development How Nusaibah sees Montessori as being of service How to develop trust in the M…
 
I pushed my way through these kids, and ran over to the ambulance. In the back of the ambulance was my son, Jordan. He was partially conscious and covered in blood. . . The paramedic said he had internal bleeding and had to go to the hospital immediately. . . I jumped out of the ambulance and started asking, ‘What happened? What happened? What happ…
 
Join us this week for a front-row seat into the mind, actions, and attitude of a strong-willed kid. My son, Malcolm, shares the best and worst thing about being a strong-willed kid and some tips, tools, ideas, and advice for parents to create connection rather than demand cooperation with their kids. Get full show notes and more information here: h…
 
I hope you liked the first episode of the Inner Work Series and learned a lot from it. Now, for the second episode, we will be digging into our Inner Critic so that we can heal our past traumas and wounds. I know this work might be uncomfortable for you. And so, some of you wanted to shut down your Inner Critic. But we have to face our fears so tha…
 
In this episode we are talking with my beautiful friend, an ex SAS soldier, gum leaf whistler, fire starter, survival skills expert and all around good bloke, Rick Petersen. We find out what Rick has been up to since he got back from the desert, his top tips for survival, what he never leaves home without and why he is on a mission to bring fathers…
 
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast where we use the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE videos. A few of the topics we cover this episode:- 8 mo awake 2 hrs in middle of night- 2.5 yo won't stay in bed or room, runs out- How to help regulate kids' nervous systems- Morning routine total chaos, won't get ready- The power of the "circ…
 
Imagine you’re driving home from work one night around 8 pm. It’s cold. It’s raining. And there’s a dirty, slushy, melting snow on the ground. You glance out the car window and you see a young girl huddled up on the side of the road. She looks cold, scared, alone, and injured. You pull over and invite her into your warm car, and take her to a diner…
 
It's not so much a matter of what you can do, but what you can say. Our words have power. We don't have to tell you that your words have the power to escalate a behavioral situation because this has probably happened a time or two with your children. Yep....us too! Don't beat yourself up. You're not alone and you're doing the best you can. The good…
 
Tune in this week to discover how to hit rewind on your parenting with one of my favorite tools: The Do-Over. I’m sharing why the way we tend to want to deal with disrespectful behavior is counterproductive, and what you can do instead to gain perspective and easily deescalate any situation. Get full show notes and more information here: https://th…
 
I'm so excited for the month of April because we will be digging into our inner work of conscious parenting series. So for the next four weeks, I'm going to bring in some experts in the field to help us with important concepts. For the first episode of the series, Dr. Trish Phillips of The Doodle Doc will be joining us. She is a coach who helps peo…
 
Here’s the scenario, you stumble across an intricate formation in your garden, rocks lining a maze of dens and caves and paths with other items, maybe leaves, scattered across the space and it feels like you have been transported to a little magical world, one that was created by a child. This is just one example of loose parts play, and what we ar…
 
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast where we use the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE videos. A few of the topics we cover this episode: - 8 yo despises and harms 4 yo sibling - Spirited kid has trouble making friends because they are so extroverted + loud - Parent struggles with staying the course with respectful parenting when …
 
Today we build on episodes that we've done in the past on talking with children about the basics of sex (so when you listen to this episode we're assuming you've got the basics covered - things like using anatomically correct names for body parts and taking basic steps to prevent sexual abuse). This is the first in a mini-series of episodes that di…
 
Join me this week as I discuss why things don’t always go to plan, and how your child can show you a new way in the world. I’m showing you how to change your perspective of what parenting should look like, and why letting go of the fantasy of how this was supposed to go and allowing your kids to be who they are sets you up for patience and understa…
 
As I'm sure you're aware, kids are SUPER good at noticing differences! They are primed to be noticing them, it's part of normal child development, which can be kinda... uncomfortable for us parents who have been kind of conditioned to downplay differences ("shh! That's not polite!") rather than celebrate them. Differences can refer to race, gender,…
 
In this episode, we’re talking to Nicolette Sowder, founder of the global nature play movement, Wilder Child, about Wildschooling, creating an online nature connection movement and running a business. Prepared to be so inspired, this girl is golden. 👉 Nicolette talks with us about Her story and how she got started Wildschooling and the trifecta beh…
 
Janet consults with a parent who says she feels utterly exasperated by her two young boys’ difficult behaviors. While she has a clear image of the kind of gentle, empathetic parent she wants to be, she says she loses her patience more often than not, and at the end of the day feels like a failure. “I’m so tired of the chaos in my home,” she writes,…
 
Expecting a baby or have one under a year old? Check out our new course, Right From The Start, which we launched this week! Only a couple days left to sign up BEFORE Sunday March 28! Get support in 9 modules of succinct 15 minute videos covering topics such as sleeping, feeding, bathing, diapering, sib relationships, big feelings, independent play …
 
Video Link - https://youtu.be/5dbhRkWo3qI In this episode, we talk about our system for guilt free spending and notes on how you can implement it as well. There are many steps to setting up and designing you financial future – naturally this gets a tad more complicated when you get marriage because you will likely decide to share accounts, etc. One…
 
Join me this week as I share the reasons our kids don’t always listen and a proven four-step process you can use to get your kids to listen the first time – without yelling. I’m sharing how I’ve implemented this tool in my own life, and why this is a total gamechanger that leads to more connection with your kids. Get full show notes and more inform…
 
Today we are talking about narcissism. What it is, what it isn't, how to spot it, & how to recover from a relationship with a narcissist. Narcissistic people have traits such as a lack of empathy, extreme sensitivity, and manipulative behavior that could lead to an abusive relationship. So what do we do? Should we leave them and stay away? What if …
 
In this episode, we’re talking with first custodian artist Jandamarra Cadd about connection to country, art as therapy and how to talk to your kids about racism. Settle in and get ready to be inspired, informed and awakened. 👉 Jandamarra shares About his life story and when he first picked up a paintbrush. How his spirit was awakened. About connect…
 
Do we really know what implicit bias is, and whether we have it? This is the second episode on our two-part series on implicit bias; the first part was an interview with Dr. Mahzarin Banaji, former Dean of the Department of Psychology at Harvard University, and co-creator of the Implicit Association Test. But the body of research on this topic is l…
 
Believe it or not, your child may not be doing this on purpose. We know...hard to believe! But there's a simple explanation. Children with a trauma history often lack the ability to do simple things like carry out a task they've been asked to do. Same with favors, or chores you've assigned to them. You may find yourself repeating yourself a zillion…
 
In this episode, Alex and Barbara discuss how to use sportscasting and reflective listening to help de-escalate a situation and improve communication with your child. Send questions to: questions@parentingtrap.com Show Notes: "How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk" by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish Thank you to Miss Lonely He…
 
Alex and Barbara give you their top 5 Respectful Parenting book suggestions! "Your Self Confident Baby" by Magda Gerber "Unconditional Parenting" by Alfie Kohn "How to Talk so Kids will Listen and Listen so Kids will Talk" by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish "The Explosive Child" by Ross Greene "Raising Good Humans" by Hunter Clarke-Fields Thank you …
 
Bethany Saltman’s fascinating new book “Strange Situation: A Mother’s Journey into the Science of Attachment” recounts her personal, 10-year journey investigating the scientific theory of attachment. As a new mother, Bethany was afraid she simply “wasn’t enough” for her baby. Eventually, through intensive research and self-examination, she realized…
 
Tune in this week and discover why failure is a great opportunity for your children to grow and how to use mistakes to teach your children how to fix situations. We share some tips you can use to help your children take responsibility for their actions and solve their problems, and why, as parents, we need to teach our children that it is OK to fai…
 
As a kid, my parents did a LOT right when it came to teaching me about money, including investing small amounts for me for college and encouraging me to always save/invest part of my income (think birthday money) by "matching" it. But most of the time that all happened out of my sight and without my active involvement. So when it came time to go ou…
 
In this episode, we’re talking to Charlotte Lucas of Free Rangers Forest School about Risky Play, educating parents on the importance of outdoor learning and battling red tape. Like us, Charlotte started out teaching, then undertook her Level 3 Forest School Leader’s qualification. Since then she has swapped an indoor classroom for an outdoor one a…
 
If you've spent more than a couple of days on this journey, you know rejection is par for the course. Regardless of how hard you try to connect, build trust, reach out, or meet needs, your child rejects you. It can be soul crushing, and just plain exhausting. You're left feeling like a failure. But you aren't. In fact, there's way more going on wit…
 
Join us this week to learn why the need for acceptance is so prominent in children, and how to get curious about what your child needs to thrive. Susan and I discuss why you should celebrate who your child is, not who you want them to be, and share some advice for parents who want to accept their kids exactly as they are. Get full show notes and mo…
 
Do you ever feel that you are not enough, that you can't get all the things done, or that you can't give enough to your kids and your partner? I sometimes feel and think this way, and I know I am not alone. As Brene Brown puts it, we all have moments of this "never enough" problem, and we becoming overwhelmed by feelings of disconnection, lack, and…
 
If someone asks you about your role as a mother, you may be quick to say it is the most rewarding experience of your life right? But is it? Do you always feel that way? Motherhood brings us to the depth of all our emotions. Mothers have many varying and contradictory feelings that are not talked about publicly. As well as experiencing love, most ex…
 
Explicitly, nobody really believes in gender stereotypes anymore, but when we look at the world, and who's where and how much money people make, and so on, it still seems to be there. And the answer to that is yeah, because it's there. It's just not something we say. It’s more of something we do. -Dr. Mahzarin Banaji What is implicit bias? Do I hav…
 
Thomas Ray Garcia returns to the Reading With Your Kids Podcast to celebrate his nonprofit organization CSLAP (College Scholarship Leadership Access Program). This program helps high school students with the college application process so that no one is unable to move onto higher education due to lack of access or resources. They provide individual…
 
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