How to turn the volume down on Christmas. How to talk to kids about Santa and teaching unconditional love!
FDA Allows LSD Back in the Labs and the Results are Mindblowing Yes you read it correctly LSD is making its way back into our culture, but this time it's the scientist turn. So what has this got to do with parenting? Well, according to the research outcomes the mind of a child (5 and under) […]
The Best Book For Kids About Porn! This week one of my absolute favorite children's authors Kristen Jenson is introducing us to the second edition of ‘Good Pictures, Bad Pictures'. As you know protecting kids from porn is something I am VERY passionate about. In this episode, I share something extremely personal that happened to my family in regards to kids […]
What To Say When Kids Talk About Private Parts In Public It's pretty much common knowledge these days that teaching kids the anatomically correct names for their private parts is necessary to protect the child from abuse. But what do you do when they pretend they have a penis at grandmas or yell vagina at the Thanksgiving Day table? Or another […]
4 ways to get those teens to do what they need to!
Do you talk to your kids about their body safety rules? Today I completely cover what a quick conversation the car could sound like. Trust me this odd conversation is literally the difference between your child being a victim of abuse or not.
Parents: Relax and Have a Laugh At the end of the day do all the little things we freak out about when our kids are little matter? Perhaps we are holding our influence on our kids on too high of a pedestal. Jame Breakwell as written a very cheeky book about generally chilling the heck […]
Why Is Halloween So Horrible These Days? It seems like Halloween gets more and more disgusting with every passing year? Is it just me? Or is it that way in your neighborhood too? Research shows that when kids dress up as their favorite superhero they perform way better on tests. So what happens when you dress them […]
Rachel Ragsdale of Neuroptimize sheds light on how near-feedback can be used as a drug-free solution to psychological issues that are otherwise untreatable.