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Each episode addresses a reader's parenting issue through the lens of Janet's respectful parenting philosophy, consistently offering a perspective shift that ultimately frees parents of the need for tips, tricks, and tactics. Janet is a parenting 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 authentic relationships of respect, t ...
 
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 ...
 
Stressed-out parent? Need a little help? Project Parenthood is your weekly guide to raising your kids with empathy while taking care of yourself, too. Host Dr. Nanika Coor is a clinical psychologist and respectful parenting advocate. She'll help you get a handle on toddler emotions, discipline your teens without punishment, and create more peace and collaboration in your home--all in just ten minutes a week.
 
Welcome to Ambitious & Caffeinated: Authentic Marketing & Social Strategies for Mompreneurs!This podcast will help you heal, stand out, and make more money through authentic marketing + social strategies, dive deep into respectful parenting, and uncover the reality behind being a mompreneur. Learn how to create a business that generates full time income in part time hours. Follow me on IG @ambitious.and.caffeinated and AmbitiousAndCaffeinated.com for blog posts, trainings, programs, and cour ...
 
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Agile Family

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Agile Family

Alexander Munro | Alanna Munro | Jacquie Munro

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I am Alex Munro, host of Agile Family, a podcast about pregnancy, birth, and becoming parents. Alanna and I share our journey as a growing family practicing respectful parenting, trust, communication and active participation in baby Jamie’s life. We are joined by my Mum, Jacquie Munro, Doula and childbirth educator of 30 years, who shares with us her experience as we tackle big issues that come up for new mums, dads, and families.
 
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 ...
 
Do you feel drained, stressed, and exhausted from the daily family dynamics and guilty at the end of the day for how you reacted with your children? You're not alone. If you want to transform your family dynamics from chaotic and emotionally draining to mindful, mutually respectful, empathic, and enjoyable, you can! Hi, I’m Karemi. I’m a Certified Conscious Parenting Coach and a mother. My work is dedicated to helping you – the parent – raise children with love, mindfulness, and emotional pr ...
 
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 ...
 
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.
 
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Upbringing

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Upbringing

Hannah + Kelty

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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 Inspired Parenting Radio Show features cutting edge interviews with leaders in the fields of progressive education, medicine, complementary and alternative health, nutrition, science, neurodiversity, emotional intelligence, learning, parenting and more, covering everything you need to know to parent holistically, compassionately, empathetically, and with respect for the brilliant, amazing and continually evolving beings that all children are. Listen Live to Inspired Parenting every Thurs ...
 
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 ...
 
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 ...
 
Your eighteen-year-old is legally an adult, but your relationship with them is just as important as ever. Your conversations won’t end when they graduate; they will change. Allowing teens to make decisions now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to offer support, will make them more successful when they leave home. Now is the time to make the most of conversations you have with your teen. Being the parent you want to be for your teen is not easy. There are numerous things pa ...
 
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Family Life Elevated Podcast

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Family Life Elevated Podcast

Seth McKay | Father, Husband & Wealth Manager in training

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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 ...
 
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Sleep! It’s a topic that’s on pretty much every parent’s mind. We’ve already looked at this from a cultural perspective, where we learned our Western approach to sleep is by no means universal, and that this can result in quite a few of the problems we face in getting our children to sleep. In this episode we dive deep into the practicalities of sl…
 
A parent writes that her 4-year-old daughter begins each morning by screaming and wailing, and the routine has worn this mom down. “It gets right under my skin,” she admits, “and makes me want to run away.” While she does acknowledge her daughter’s emotions in these moments, tries to understand and be patient, she has to get ready for work and some…
 
Finding it difficult to use respectful parenting tools? If your relationship with your child is adversarial, you may need to repair your relationship first. Dr. Nanika Coor offers tips for repairing your bond to help lay the foundation for respectful parenting tools. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Di…
 
We parents have been taught that our children’s behavior must be corrected through punishments and manipulations, and sadly, this has been accepted as the default mode of parenting. And when compounding other stressors in lives, it becomes so easy to unconsciously fall back on that out of desperation to change their behavior. So I want to talk abou…
 
Discover how can we introduce new energies to our children, not through our words, but through our modeling. We all think we have a good idea of what not to do, but I’m asking you this week to dig a little deeper and see if you’re walking your talk and setting the kind of example you want your kids to follow. Get full show notes and more informatio…
 
As parents, we're constantly thinking about what lessons we want to impart, what life skills we want to help our children to develop, what life experiences we want to offer them. This episode is about the valuable life lessons your child, especially your young child, offers you every single day. You're going to want to hear all that your child teac…
 
Indigenous Peoples' Day acknowledges the resilience and contributions of Indigenous Peoples and culture. Dr. Coor interviews Lorraine Brave from The National Indian Child Welfare Association about the Positive Indian Parenting Program and the unique experiences of Indigenous Peoples in the United States. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirt…
 
Welcome to Ambitious & Caffeinated: Authentic Marketing & Social Strategies for Mompreneurs, hosted by Adrianne Reelie! This podcast will help you heal, stand out, and make more money through authentic marketing + social strategies, dive deep into respectful parenting, and uncover the reality behind being a mompreneur. Don't forget to take a screen…
 
Welcome to Ambitious & Caffeinated: Authentic Marketing & Social Strategies for Mompreneurs, hosted by Adrianne Reelie! This podcast will help you heal, stand out, and make more money through authentic marketing + social strategies, dive deep into respectful parenting, and uncover the reality behind being a mompreneur. Don't forget to take a screen…
 
Welcome to Ambitious & Caffeinated: Authentic Marketing & Social Strategies for Mompreneurs, hosted by Adrianne Reelie! This podcast will help you heal, stand out, and make more money through authentic marketing + social strategies, dive deep into respectful parenting, and uncover the reality behind being a mompreneur. Don't forget to take a screen…
 
Welcome to Ambitious & Caffeinated: Authentic Marketing & Social Strategies for Mompreneurs, hosted by Adrianne Reelie! This podcast will help you heal, stand out, and make more money through authentic marketing + social strategies, dive deep into respectful parenting, and uncover the reality behind being a mompreneur. Don't forget to take a screen…
 
With schools slowly opening back up too, it might be a period of uncertainty and anxiety for our kids-- especially for the little ones who are coming into kindergarten or middle school for the first time. It’s a time where they’re trying to figure out their own interests, hobbies, and identities, alongside their own peers while simultaneously deali…
 
A courageous “Unruffled” listener shares how Janet’s respectful parenting approach seemed an impossible goal during a dark period of self-discovery, but it also presented a beacon of hope. As she struggled to come to grips with recovered memories of her childhood abuse, her relationship with her two young children was combative and destructive. She…
 
Tune in this week for some real-world coaching with Lyra as I share my tips and tools to help her deal with her strong-willed child. Hear how to make mundane tasks more appealing to your kids, and how to resist the urge to go into punitive mode when your child is behaving in a way that triggers you. Get full show notes and more information here: ht…
 
Sugar has a bad name these days - much like fat did back in the 1990s. "Research shows" that it's addictive...that it shrinks your brain...that it's likely to lead to all kinds of health problems. But will it really? I interviewed Dr. Michael Goran, author of the recent book Sugarproof: The Hidden Dangers of Sugar that are Putting Your Child’s Heal…
 
Did you know that how a baby's caregivers communicate with them not only impacts brain development but also how they go on to behave in relationships in the future? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how respectful communication can positively impact your current relationship with your child and their future relationships. Read the companion article on Quick…
 
- 5yo refusing to use the potty before bed - How to create consent culture at home - Why helping kids work through their resistance is such a valuable investment - Why we want to control kids LESS - 5yo working to express emotions “safely” - Supporting kids who are hitting - Kids won’t let parent go into a room alone to regroup - Parental “time out…
 
Even when you have the best of intentions as parents and try to do everything right, it’s completely normal to mess up every now and then. What matters is the continuous and conscious process of becoming a better parent for our kids. This week, I’m joined by Carolina. She has recently begun moving towards a positive parenting approach for her daugh…
 
A parent's email describes her 4-year-old daughter as smart, funny, incredibly strong-willed, but sometimes “downright mean.” While she appreciates her child’s spirit and doesn’t want to stifle that, when she says mean things to her she doesn’t feel it’s enough to simply acknowledge her daughter’s emotions and let slide her hurtful words and behavi…
 
This week I’m sharing what is really happening when your kid has an after-school meltdown and showing you how to manage these meltdowns with calm and empathy. Discover why the after-school meltdown is actually a compliment to you as a parent (yep - you read that right!) and hear 5 steps you can use to help your child work through the after-school m…
 
Montana parents who are talking about differences with their children (age 6) help them develop empathy, appreciation of diversity, and respect for others. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to gain confidence using a process that creates an environment for strengthening your relationship with your child and growing you…
 
This week's episode is filled with steps you can take starting today to build your child's emotional health. I offer you concrete steps, guidance, and examples that you can start applying in your personal life and in your daily life with your children. You can also check out my free guide so you can keep the most relevant information about this top…
 
Having a tough time shifting to respectful parenting practices? Dr. Nanika Coor gives tips for validating your child in ways that cultivate mutual respect, strengthens trust, and inspires voluntary cooperation. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more pare…
 
Defiant and strong-willed children are something I’m sure we’ve all experienced. Whether it’s as toddlers or teenagers, it’s a tale as old as time in the book of parenting. Sometimes when this defiance is targeted towards you or their siblings, it can lead to further conflict so you want to find a way to properly nip that in the bud. As a mother of…
 
Tune in this week to hear five success stories from parents who have faced challenges with their children and used what they’ve learned on the podcast to turn things around and create peace and cooperation in their families. You can use these tools at any stage, any age, no matter how many kids you have, and these stories are evidence of this. Get …
 
In this 2nd episode of the 3-part mini-series on children's emotional health, I describe in detail 5 not-so obvious don'ts or 5 recommendations from developmental psychology, child development, and the field of mental health as to what we want to be aware of as parents that we don't do in our relationship with our children as these actions on our p…
 
Tune in for our interview with Kat of The Empowered Curiosity podcast! In this episode, we connect about: - Reclaiming the terms “spirited” and “sensitive” as reflections of our childrens’ nervous systems working and adapting perfectly to their environment - How to teach your child how to befriend their nervous system - Parenting your child to focu…
 
I hear from a lot of parents who are worried about their children’s learning. They tell me things like: “I want to encourage my child’s learning and creativity and confidence as a learner without solely focusing on literacy and numeracy.” “We’ve been in lockdown here in Melbourne for a very long time, with my older kids learning remotely, and I fee…
 
No matter how chill you or your child is, at some point you’re going to get very angry about something your child has said or done. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to manage everyday anger as a parent and how to know if your anger has become problematic. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for…
 
When your child makes a mistake, you want to help them process and understand their mistake without the use of shame, punishments, or making them feel like you’re disappointed in them. Harsh parenting does absolutely no favors for us or our kids, and as a parent who used to subscribe to that kind of parenting, I want to take the time to talk about …
 
Janet’s guest is Dr. Meghan Owenz, a psychologist, professor, parent, and author. Meghan’s new book “Spoiled Right: Delaying Screens and Giving Children What They Really Need” offers the latest research on the effects of screens on young children along with a plethora of practical alternatives. Both Janet and Meghan acknowledge that during the last…
 
This week, Gail shares her learnings, insights, and discoveries from the grandparent perspective on the journey to peaceful parenting. She is such a wonderful role model and shows us how she supports her daughter in parenting strong-willed kids and her advice for other grandparents in the same position. Get full show notes and more information here…
 
We all want our children to enjoy emotional health and to grow into children, adolescents and adults equipped with emotional tools that will help them live a fulfilling life, with a healthy sense of self, with resilience, among so many other inner resources, right? But, what exactly is mental and emotional health? What does it look like in childhoo…
 
Welcome back to our LIVE Q&A SERIES on the podcast, which uses the audio from our weekly Instagram LIVE Q&A videos. - How can we create security for our kids before, during and after challenging transitions like school? - How can we support learning and connection when they’re saying hurtful things, hurting their siblings, refusing to enter school?…
 
What's the best way to educate your child about their neurodevelopmental diagnosis? Dr. Nanika Coor gives 7 tips for talking with neurodiverse kids about their diagnosis in a way that focuses on their strengths and abilities. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join…
 
Is your child gifted? Do you wonder if they're gifted but aren't quite sure? Do you want to know how to support your gifted child's learning in a way that doesn't pressure them or make them resist working with you? If so, this episode will help. I have to say, I wasn't sure where this one was going to end up. I was really uneasy about the concept o…
 
Many of us have had experiences with bottling up emotions, and kids are no exceptions to this. Kids aren’t as capable of properly communicating their emotions so when there’s a backlog of feelings like frustration and sadness, this can make them act out so they can vent. This can be equally frustrating for parents too but it is possible to connect …
 
Janet offers her advice for navigating typical playground behaviors in preschool-aged children, such as physical aggression, bossiness and shyness. Whether our child is exhibiting these behaviors or is on the receiving end of another child's dysregulation, Janet shares how helping children to feel understood, protected, and supported encourages the…
 
This week I show you why you have the power to change the way you respond to your child’s actions without your child changing their behavior. Triggers hold a lot of power over us, but only if we let them, so I’m sharing a tool that immediately changed my parenting for the better, and that can do the same for you. Get full show notes and more inform…
 
We don’t just think with our brains. What?! How can that possibly be true? I struggled to understand it myself for quite a while, until I read the fabulous English philosopher Andy Clark’s description of what happens when someone writes, which essentially involves ideas flowing down the arm and hand, through the pen and ink, across the paper, up to…
 
A parent writes that her 3.5-year-old just started pre-school and has been bringing home some new behaviors like “lifting her dress to expose her bottom… or making poop and fart sounds.” She especially likes to perform these behaviors for her grandparents or when company comes over. “I like to be funny,” she says. This mom has tried several strateg…
 
Our kids have the right to say “no” and have choices. But it’s a delicate balancing act between that and making sure not to give in to everything they say either. Since kids also have underdeveloped brains, it can be difficult for them to properly communicate their negative emotions which can put them into conflict with their parents and other kids…
 
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