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Raising Boys & Girls

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Raising Boys & Girls

Sissy Goff, David Thomas, Melissa Trevathan

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Welcome to the Raising Boys and Girls Podcast with Sissy Goff, David Thomas, and Melissa Trevathan. In each episode of this podcast, we’ll share some of what we’re learning in the work we do with kids and families on a daily basis at Daystar Counseling Ministries. Our goal is to help you care for the kids in your life with a little more understanding, a little more practical help, and a whole lot of hope. So pull up a chair and join us on this journey of raising boys and girls. Connect with ...
 
Parenting Paused presses PAUSE on those shame inducing parenting failures. It presses PLAY on your inner wisdom and the ability to be the parent you want to be. Join Leslie Potter, mother and founder of Purejoy Parenting, as she shares her personal experiences as well as works with other moms and dads in real time to show you the step-by-step process to turn your parenting around.
 
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Sound Living

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Sound Living

Kansas State University

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Sound Living is a weekly public affairs program addressing issues related to families and consumers. It is hosted by Jeff Wichman. Each episode shares the expertise of K-State specialists in fields such as child nutrition, food safety, adult development and aging, youth development, family resource management, physical fitness and more. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State Uni ...
 
Welcome to the Thriving Littles Podcast, where you will learn interactional tips to nurture littles' growth and development through the lens of a pediatric occupational therapist specializing in emotions, behaviors, and relationships. An infant, toddler, child, parenting, or lifestyle book is highlighted each episode. To contact Thriving Littles, reach out to hello@thrivinglittles.com, Instagram @thrivinglittles or connect via website at www.thrivinglittles.com
 
On this show, we interview experts who help children to develop their talents. These experts can be in music, arts education, sports or an academic teacher. Basically, anyone who works regularly with children or develops programs for them. On this show, we are looking to share the strategies, secrets, and processes that these experts use every day to help kids become great.
 
Not Just Cute, the Podcast is like listening to a conversation with your nerdy best friend. Who happens to be obsessed with child development. Each episode covers a different topic related to parenting, early childhood education, and healthy, whole child development in order to support teachers and parents in serving young children.
 
On each Growing Connected podcast, husband and wife team Dr. Jeffrey Olrick and Amy Olrick discuss a listener-submitted question, exploring what the intersection of child development science and faith teach us about issues families are facing. Each episode ends with a God Moment — a story about a time a parent or a child felt God's love in their life in a specific and sometimes inexplicable way.
 
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In the US we just celebrated Mother's day- how did that go for you? What is the current aftermath? Such a ripe time to consider what happened versus your expectations- no matter how you perceive it went- right? Tune into this week's episode for a deeper consideration of where those expectations come from and how they show up in your parenting. www.…
 
Research shows grocery stores are critical to maintaining vibrant, healthy and thriving communities. Unfortunately, rural grocers are facing a challenging and ever-changing retail landscape that makes it difficult to stay in business. The Rural Grocery Initiative – housed within K-State Research and Extension – aims to sustain locally-owned rural g…
 
Stress is how we react when we feel under pressure or threatened. If it lasts for a long time it can impact physical, emotional and mental wellness. K-State Research and Extension’s Stress and Resiliency Team provides educational information about stress, stress management and resiliency to Kansans. Extension behavioral health specialist Brad Dirks…
 
What do you hold sacred in your parenting? We each probably have a different definition of what sacred means- and how does that come into your parenting? Tune into this week's episode to hear more about what it might look like to hold the present moment as a sacred experience of being with your child. www.purejoyparenting.com leslie@purejoyparentin…
 
TV, smartphones and tablets are part of our culture. That doesn’t mean we should spend every waking minute staring at a screen. In fact, research shows both adults and children benefit from limiting screen time to just a few hours a day. K-State Research and Extension child development specialist Bradford Wiles says not establishing rules for scree…
 
You are probably familiar with the expression "you hurt my feelings!" Yeah? In this week's episode of parenting Paused Leslie shares a new way to look at what's going on below the surface of the ways you are relating with your kiddos when it seems like they are 'making you feel' a certain way. You'll hear what empowerment is available to you when y…
 
Public health is the science of protecting and improving the health of people and their communities. In the U.S., there’s an expectation that no matter where we live, work, learn or play, we all have an equal opportunity to be healthy. However, that’s not always the case. Kansas State University Extension agents Tristen Cope and Clara Wicoff were s…
 
Our culture highly values knowledge and intelligence. Approaching parenting from a headspace creates a division that launches you out of the present moment with your child. Tune into this week's episode to hear what Leslie has to say about what it's like to parent through the heart. Purejoy is getting ready for the fourth Purejoy Parent Coach Certi…
 
The cost of everything seems to be going up. So how do you deal with increased prices? A K-State Research and Extension family resource management specialist says strategic budgeting, planning, and cutting costs where possible can help reduce the financial impact of higher prices. Elizabeth Kiss (kish) also suggests buying only the things you actua…
 
Research shows newer style board games, such as Euro-style games – also called Eurogames – can be used as a tool to strengthen family relationships and expose children to life skills that enable them to have success at home, school and – eventually – the workplace. K-State Research and Extension family life and resource management agent for Sedgwic…
 
If you’re limited on space, don’t have enough time or energy to care for a large garden or simply don’t want to plant more than you can consume, container gardening or raised bed gardening are a great alternative. K-State Research and Extension horticulture agent for Johnson County, Dennis Patton, says the only difference between a traditional in-g…
 
We all make choices every day that impact our health. However, linking our health solely to the choices we make doesn’t tell the whole story. There are other factors that influence our health and individual behaviors. K-State Research and Extension has developed a framework for health and well-being that focuses on three core themes – health equity…
 
Early last month, NPR published an article with the title, “A top researcher says it's time to rethink our entire approach to preschool”. Maybe you saw it, or like me, maybe you had several people send it to you because they knew you’d find it fascinating. The article featured developmental psychologist and researcher Dr. Dale Farran and her reflec…
 
Whether it’s called a scam, con, fraud or theft, people taking advantage of others financially continues to be a major problem. K-State Research and Extension agent for the Southwind District, Barbara Stockebrand, says it can happen anytime to anyone and that technology has opened the door for people with bad intentions to steal your identity or co…
 
Kansas experiences a wide variety of summertime severe weather events, including tornadoes, damaging winds, large hail, lightning and flash flooding. Assistant meteorologist for the Kansas State University Weather Data Library and manager of Mesonet, a network of environmental monitoring stations across the state, Chip Redmond, says we need to prep…
 
Do you trust your own inner voice? It can be so tricky to notice your own inner voice in a world that has trained you to seek external confirmation for any decision you make? Tune into this week’s episode to hear more about the Purejoy view and pick up some clues about how to turn towards your own inner voice and support your child to do the same!…
 
As students, we practiced what to do in the event of a fire or a tornado. The goal was to learn what to do in an emergency. As adults, we know how to protect ourselves when a tornado warning is issued or what to do if a fire occurs. However, we may not know the steps we can take to protect our family and business finances from unexpected events. K-…
 
Walk Kansas, K-State Research and Extension’s annual physical activity and wellness program, attracts thousands of participants each year. This year’s event runs March 27th through May 21st. Extension family and consumer sciences specialist for northeast Kansas and Walk Kansas State Leader, Sharolyn Jackson, discusses how this eight week challenge …
 
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