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This is 10 for Teens + Tweens, a 10-ish minute podcast by Empowerful Girls that helps you grow curiosity, compassion, and confidence. In each episode, host Stephanie Valdez shares tools that empower girls to know they can take on the world! By discussing positive themes, exploring healthy habits, tackling tough topics and teaching girls how to handle them, Stephanie wants every girl listening to recognize her individual worth, identify her strengths (and accept weaknesses), build up her frie ...
 
Host, Ann Coleman is a former family law and adoption attorney who, after counseling hundreds of clients through difficult situations, found herself lacking when it came to parenting her own struggling teenager. In 2018, she founded neurogility.com and began picking apart hundreds of scientific studies, academic journal articles, and stacks of books to learn everything she could about adolescents… their changing brain, their emotions and behavior and the best ways to parent them to increase ...
 
Each week, freelance writer and lifelong bookworm Alli Hoff Kosik will challenge a guest to reread a literary throwback or to experience for the first time ever a book they may have missed as a kid. After that, they'll be asked to spill all the feels and all the opinions about that book on the air for your podcast-listening pleasure. Every Tuesday, you can find us breaking down an old school read from our tween and teen days on a new episode of the show. We'll cover everything from The Baby- ...
 
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Hosted by Heather Chauvin | Insights inspired by Mel Robbins, Bréne Brown,

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All external pressure is off ladies! It’s time to listen to the inner pull. Mastering the art of knowing when to slow down and breathe vs. when to take action. It's time we value our desires. See your value. Own it. Communicate it. It’s time to become wildly #emotionallyuncomfortable This podcast will crack you open and force you to grow. Interviews and storytelling about business, emotional intelligence, creativity, love, being different, parenting, and more...
 
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The Puberty Podcast, Peoples Media

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THE PUBERTY PODCAST weaves together scientific research, parenting strategies, and hilarious stories to help guide adults who are raising kids through puberty. Each episode takes on one piece of this messy journey, offering both kids and adults practical, actionable advice. Join Dr. Cara Natterson and Vanessa Kroll Bennett -- puberty experts in the midst of parenting their own tweens and teens -- for the WHAT and the HOW of getting through adolescence. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy ...
 
What if kids’ books were recognized as POWERFUL catalysts for empowering and inspiring change? Join kids’ book coach, Dori Durbin for "The Power of Kids Books" every Tuesday as she interviews business, speaking, coaching and professional experts who have “kid-sized” their adult content into engaging and life-changing kids’ books! If you’re an expert or a parent looking for inspiration or a new way to share an amazing book to share, listen to "The Power of Kids' Books" to change the way you S ...
 
This is a podcast for tweens and teens, hosted by Amelia Baxter. Covering health, beauty, fashion, food and more! for ages 9-13 :) Lots of fun interviews for you to listen to, on the way to school, doing homework or just for fun!!!! don't forget to follow my Instagram @tweentalkaus and check out my website https://www.ameliabaxter.com.au/
 
Are you dragging your feet about having the sex talks? Do you wish someone would just tell you what to say to your tween (or any age kid) about this important part of life? You are in the right place. I’m Amy Lang, a sex and parent educator, and in my frank (really frank), opinionated, and full of swears advice-column style parenting podcast, I answer real questions from real parents about the talks. I also provide topic-specific scripts so you can sound like a pro. Most episodes are a potlu ...
 
Here's to raising amazing tween girls! With simple, strategic, and actionable steps Lisa Toney teaches moms how to help their tween daughters thrive through puberty. The Raising Amazing Tween Girls Podcast is brought to you by GirlTribe Nation. Girltribe Nation provides resources for moms to help their tween daughters love life as a girl, encourage a solid identity, and teach them how to make wise decisions. Access the exclusive tween success path strategy that only GirlTribe Nation makes av ...
 
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Estuary Elim Church Podcast (Ashingdon, Rayleigh, Southend-on-Sea, and Online)

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The Estuary Elim Church Ministry Team: Dave Redbond, Simon Law, Dean Courtier and Paul Turner - The Pastors of Estuary Elim Church (Ashingdon, Rayleigh, Southend-on-Sea, and Online)

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Estuary Elim Church is one church in multiple locations, Ashingdon, Rayleigh, Southend-on-Sea and Online. Our church is a group of ordinary people responding to the love of God and the life changing message of Jesus Christ. Our in-person and online services are lively with contemporary music, worship and preaching and teaching relevant to the 21st Century. To find out more about the Estuary Elim Church please visit https://www.estuaryelim.church
 
Welcome to Sleepover Cinema, where we analyze the films that created the collective unconscious of the girls and gays of the late 90s and early 2000s. Hosted by sister filmmaking duo Hannah and Audrey Leach, also known as Too Pink Productions, Sleepover Cinema is an exploration of the movies that first inspired their love for film aimed at answering the question… are these movies actually good? And at the end of the day, do we really care if they are?
 
Tweens-NOT-Kidz Podcast hosted by A.B.Jay targets tweens and covers hard topics that are happening in the world, new trends, highlights tweens in action, educates about business, and so much more. Everything you need to know to be in the know. Stay tuned for new episodes on Wednesday.
 
Welcome to behind the Tweens. New podcasts every Thursday. Contact us @BTTpodcast.com to give your feedback and ideas for future podcasts.Were here to talk about generation: Tweens. Watch as we discover the high and lows of being a tween in today’s society. Behind The Tweens is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Breaker, and much more!
 
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Me and the creator of tween warriors have teamed up to make an awesome and jam packed 15-30 minute podcasts. We post ever Thursday except for the holidays.
 
Created and produced by three best friends, Wishbonafide is a podcast that brings new life to the 90s children’s TV show “Wishbone" and humorously tackles the literary integrity and tween frame story of the original TV program. To check out more content, go to Wishbonafide.com.
 
We're not your average parenting podcast. And we don't have your average guests. We interview zookeepers (because talking to our teens sometimes feels like trying to wrestle a lion in its habitat), ringside announcers (aren’t parents everywhere taking one on the chin?), FBI hostage negotiators (to help us successfully negotiate a clean room), and many more. Because parenting is hard, and we want to make it easier with any advice we can get.
 
Nineties Babies Nostalgia is a rewatch podcast hosted by two millennial women, Jessica and Amanda, who love talking about the tween TV of their childhoods from channels such as Disney, Nickelodeon, ABC, and more. We talk plot, characters, iconic moments, and the legacies of the shows we grew up with. Follow us to see if these shows live up to all the nostalgia us 90s babies have.
 
Hosted by Jordana Horn and Shannon Sarna. Call Your Mother takes on the sometimes happy, sometimes trying mess of parenting while Jewish. With equal doses of humor and candor, journalists Horn and Sarna (with eight kids between them) talk with comedians, writers, chefs, and other parents about everything from addiction to flatulence to anti-Semitism and ageism. Nothing's sacred. Nothing's taboo. For insight and perspective on the trials and rewards of being a parent today, tune in to Call Yo ...
 
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GOT A QUESTION? Anything goes! Just leave a quick voice mail and I’ll answer it on the show! 206-926-1522 In this episode, Amy explains IUDs. BBK Bookstore is here Other resources My new book! Sex Talks with Tweens: What to Say & How to Say It is all scripts and some tips! Sign up for my news letter and get helpful 7 Tips to Have Great Birds & Bees…
 
This week we continue James Wanuary with the most recent film written and produced by Wan. We cover news from around the industry in CHOP TALK, continue with Horror Trivial Pursuit in TRIVIA, and for our MAIN DISCUSSION we dissect the newest project in Wan's career, M3GAN. Next week we conclude James Wanuary with his biggest effort to date, Aquaman…
 
What do you do when someone crosses your boundaries, specifically your physical boundaries? Let's discuss how to handle these scenarios. Remember: boundaries are not mean or controlling. Boundaries do not need to be explained or apologized for. Boundaries are clear and direct. Boundaries are about respect and are a form of self-care. . . . To help …
 
Self-compassion may not yet be a household term, but it turns out there’s some very persuasive research regarding the positive impact of this fairly simple practice. It appears to be a powerful way to combat “self-negativity”. And who among us tends to be the most self-critical, filled with self-doubt, and internalized negativity? That’s right, ado…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode We make thousands of choices every day–what to eat, what to wear, which email to send first, even how much creamer to put in our coffee. It might seem like we’re making these choices of our own accord, but we often don't realize how many forces are influencing each and ev…
 
Ralph welcomes James Damico and Mark Baildon, authors of “How to Confront Denial: Literacy, Social Studies, and Climate Change.” They discuss all forms of denial including climate science denial and climate action denial. Then, Ralph, Steve, David, and Hannah discuss three topics in the news, mass shootings, the war in Ukraine, and the outrage of p…
 
Period underwear brand Thinx recently settled a class-action suit alleging their underwear contained PFAS, a family of thousands of chemicals found in everything from fabrics to take-out containers. PFAS add functionality, but they’re not particularly healthy (for humans or the earth). The suit against Thinx aimed at the claim that their products a…
 
Show Notes: Stop trying to change your daughter and accept her for who she is, even if she is different than your family. Why parents may have a hard time accepting & relating to their … Parent and Love the Daughter You Have Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
Leo discusses: How to build your life force Why "Ove" wants to end his life Lessons on how to thrive from plants Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health professional today!! 1-on-1 Coach…
 
The hills ARE, in fact, very alive! We’re starting season seven strong with Audrey’s favorite movie of all time: “The Sound of Music!” Starring the one and only dame Julie Andrews, Audrey shares her “crying while viewing” tally and much much more. Watch the video version of this episode here! Join our Discord server here! Check out our merch shop h…
 
Jackie + Jessica finish the first week of entries of Jackie’s Y2K journal with her dream sequence on Aug 1, 2000, and their plans for reviving Trevor Morgan Day. Hosted By: Jessica Ward + Jackie Reilly Produced By: Jessica Ward + Jackie Reilly Email: myy2kjournal@gmail.com Instagram: @myy2kjournal Website: myy2kjournal.com Theme Music Lyrics: Jacki…
 
We discuss: growing up with a mother who has narcissism growing up hypervigilant and feeling "robbed of my childhood" overcoming two eating disorders living through a suicide attempt daily habits to improve your life how to make friends and small talk why she felt like a "shell of a human being" being free of imposter syndrome how to call a friend …
 
“You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripple for change.” - Tim Cook In this episode, Miki shares her perspective and highlights: The importance of allocating your resources to what matters to you the most The future of entrepreneurship as social entrepreneurship and what that looks like Miki Agrawal is a social entrepreneur who u…
 
The broad range of violence that teenagers inflict on one another is staggering. Dating violence, sexual violence, bullying, cyberbullying, physical assaults, gun violence, suicide, verbal violence, hate speech and emotional abuse. Of course, the physical violence is most terrifying for parents. Middle schoolers carrying guns and knives. Fights bre…
 
On Episode 228, join us for another journey to the Land of Oz! This time, our focus is on the seventh book in L. Frank Baum’s series, The Emerald City of Oz. Alli’s guest is a self-professed Oz superfan, so they discuss her special connection to this fictional universe, as well as the unique publishing history associated with this particular book. …
 
Evolving relationships – and budding romantic ones – are a big part of puberty and adolescence. This incredible conversation with Ebele Onyema from the OneLove Foundation, dives deep into how to identify unhealthy versus healthy ones, and steps to take when there’s reason for concern. We encourage adults and teens to listen. Show Notes: https://www…
 
Author, Clyve Rose, joins me to discuss: how to cope with divorce why dating apps feed loneliness what we should ask instead of "are you ok?" romance vs love strategies to feel calm and relaxed why we shouldn't go to therapy BIO: Award-winning romance writer Clyve Rose has been writing historical romance fiction for the best part of two decades. He…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode Do you remember the last time you had fun? Maybe you were exploring a new place, playing a video game or even just laughing with your friends. What did it feel like? Did it help you relieve stress and add joy to your day? We often consider fun irrelevant, or view it as a …
 
Listen to today's episode, "Teaching Kids that Mistakes are "A-Okay with Calvin Wayman" as Entrepreneur, TedEx Speaker, author and recent kids' book author, Calvin Wayman joins Dori Durbin to share how his own childhood, his kids, and his passion to empower others led to his creation of his own kids book, "Mistakes are A-Okay, Maggie Mae." In this …
 
Listen to today's episode, "Simple Steps to Making Teens F.I.E.R.C.E. with Erin Tarr" as Confidence Coach for teen and tween girls, creator of the fierce&flourish empowerment program, youth confidence thought leader, best-selling author, keynote speaker, educator and confidence coach, Erin Tarr joins Dori Durbin to share how her Amazon Best-selling…
 
January 6th has become one of those days like September 11th where you need to say no more than the date for people to know what you’re talking about. Ralph welcomes New York Times congressional reporter, Luke Broadwater, who was in the Senate chamber when the rioters breached the building and has not only been covering the January 6th hearings but…
 
Technology and social media have become increasingly intertwined. Researchers and authors Carrie James and Emily Weinstein, go deep into what they know about how tech affects adolescent social interactions and vice versa, and what teens wish adults understood about their digital existence. Show Notes: Behind Their Screens Hosted on Acast. See acast…
 
Show Notes: Today’s hypercompetitive & hyperspecialized youth sports are causing girls to experience more overuse injuries, anxiety, stress, and burnout. Interview with author Linda Flanagan Interview with author Linda Flanagan, author of Take Back the … How Youth Sports Are Negatively Affecting Our Daughters Read More »…
 
"Parents can only give good advice or put them on the right paths, but the final forming of a person's character lies in their own hands.” - Anne Frank In this episode, I talk about: Understanding the fundamental shift in your role from leading a child to co-creating with that child as they become teens and beyond The value of active listening in i…
 
We discuss: how to handle emotions of rage, hurt and inadequacy how to replay experiences to self-soothe What the show and novel, "Sweetbitter," can teach us about visions and dreams how to give yourself hope for the future Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals?https://betterhelp.c…
 
GOT A QUESTION? Anything goes! Just leave a quick voice mail and I’ll answer it on the show! 206-926-1522 In this episode, Amy talks about abortion and fertility. She also disucsses young, developmentally typical kiddos' antics. Abortion Care 101: The different types and their impact on fertility BBK Bookstore is here Other resources My new book! S…
 
Jackie + Jessica revive 2000’s Jackie’s plans for an annual Trevor Morgan Day. Hosted By: Jessica Ward + Jackie Reilly Produced By: Jessica Ward + Jackie Reilly Email: myy2kjournal@gmail.com Instagram: @myy2kjournal Website: myy2kjournal.com Theme Music Lyrics: Jackie Reilly Theme Music Vocals: Jackie Reilly Theme Music: Mercury by Shane Ivers - ht…
 
On Episode 227, guest Iman Hariri-Kia makes a strong case for Lisi Harrison’s Clique series as social commentary and tween empowerment narrative. She and Alli focus on Book #3 — Revenge of the Wannabes — but also talk about the world of Massie Block and Octavia Country Day more broadly, touching on matters of insecurity, tenderness, and empathy. Th…
 
While it’s tempting – and often-time fair – to demonize the role of technology in the lives of teens, there are lots of positives, too. In fact, at times the pros outweigh the cons. Hear all the data and insights from Carrie James and Emily Weinstein, authors of Behind Their Screens. Show Notes: Behind Their Screens Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/p…
 
This week we continue James Wanuary with another Wan/Whannell classic. We cover news from around the industry in CHOP TALK, continue with Horror Trivial Pursuit in TRIVIA, and for our MAIN DISCUSSION we talk about the films that helped revitalize the haunted house(or this case person) genre, Insidious and Insidious Chapter 2. Next week we continue …
 
Retired aerospace engineer, Chester L. Richards, joins us to discuss: why you and what you do are worthy and worthwhile struggling with loneliness key to successful marriage how he healed his depressions surviving a war zone in Africa how to take refreshing vacations grieving the loss of his wife surviving a heart attack being the focus of love why…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode Teens are undeniably influenced by their peers. They adopt their friends’ fashion, hobbies, attitudes and even opinions….for better or for worse! Whomever your teen decides to spend time with, those people are critical to your teens wellbeing. These individuals might enco…
 
Ralph welcomes back retired Colonel Lawrence Wilkerson to talk about American military policy, including the record $816.7 billion Pentagon budget, the war in Ukraine, the insanity of nuclear weapons, potential conflict with China and what the right-wing caucus in the House of Representatives really wants when they say they want to cut military spe…
 
Common Sense Media released data from a study of 1300 teens (ages 13-17) collected in September 2022. Finally updated information about teens and their pornography consumption! Common Sense did an outstanding job collecting and presenting it. We hit the highlights and offer advice about how this data changes the way we talk to kids about porn. Show…
 
Leo discusses the six ways to improve lateral thinking and demonstrates why it's just as important as vertical thinking for mental health. Sponsor:Is there something interfering with your happiness or is preventing you from achieving your goals? https://betterhelp.com/leo and enjoy 10% off your first month and start talking to mental health profess…
 
Show Notes: Parents, schools, and girls themselves can learn to stop cyberbullying; here’s how. Disturbing data on the rise in cyberbullying Nearly half of teens say they have been cyberbullied, and it’s most prevalent in … How Parents, Schools, and Our Girls Can Stop Cyberbullying Read More »By Tim Jordan, MD, International Speaker, Author, Blogger, and Counselor for Teen and Tween GIrls
 
In this episode, Amy explains erections. BBK Bookstore is here Other resources My new book! Sex Talks with Tweens: What to Say & How to Say It is all scripts and some tips! Sign up for my news letter and get helpful 7 Tips to Have Great Birds & Bees Talks – Birds & Bees & Kids The podcast can only get you so far...The Birds & Bees Solutions Center …
 
Jackie + Jessica welcome back Victoria for part 2 of their discussion on being sheltered and trans in the early 2000s including trans representation in media, online fandoms, and the cringe of 2012 Tumblr. Tracing the Roots of Pop Culture Transphobia Content Warning: Adult Themes and Disturbing Family Dynamics Hosted By: Jessica Ward + Jackie Reill…
 
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