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Many parents are in touch with their emotions and are comfortable being sensitive, but struggle to set clear boundaries and limits - which are two separate things - without feeling guilty. How can we communicate clear, effective boundaries while remaining emotionally sensitive? Join me in conversation with Dr. Joshua Sparrow, child, adolescent, and general psychiatrist; associate clinical professor of psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School; and supervisor for outpatient psychiatry services at Children's Hospital Boston. Caraway: Visit www.Carawayhome.com/humans or use code humans at checkout for 10% off your next purchase! Skylight Frame: This has been SUCH a special gift for our family. Get $15 off your purchase of a Skylight Frame when you go SkylightFrame.com and enter code HUMANS CDPH: Californians ages 12 and older can now get their updated booster- and children as young as five are eligible to receive the original booster. Head to myturn.ca.gov for more information about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for the entire family. Produced by Dear Media
I'm so grateful to receive your DMs over at @raisinggoodhumanspodcast on Instagram! Today I'm answering some questions about children ages 2-6 in more depth, including how to tackle seeing your child rejected, taking your disregulated child out of situations they aren't ready for, and more. Sponsored by PM Pediatric Care: For more information about PM Pediatric Care and a list of locations, visitpmpediatriccare.com Hiya Health: Receive 50% off your order at Hiyahealth.com/HUMANS
Today, we’re talking about the emergencies that tend to come up around the holidays, and in general, for children up through teens, and how we can prepare.  Dr. Christina Johns is an emergency physician, a board-certified pediatrics emergency medicine doctor. She served for years as the attending physician and assistant division chief in the Emergency Medicine and Trauma Center at Children's National at George Washington University School of Medicine.   @deardrchristina Blog: Dear Dr. Christina   Produced by Dear Media
Join me in conversation with my good friend from college, stage and screen's David Harbour! We discuss how he's stepped into the role of stepdad and embracing family life - a transition he never expected he would make - and we talk how to communicate with kids when you're often traveling for work. Sponsored by NextEvo: CBD that REALLY works. For up to 25% off subscription orders of $40 or more, use promo code humans at NextEvo.com. Clare: My favorite paint! "Good Jeans" is so calming. Get 10% off your order at www.clare.com/humans  Caraway: Visit www.Carawayhome.com/humans or use code humans at checkout for 10% off your next purchase! ZocDoc: Zocdoc is a MUST! Download the FREE Zocdoc app at www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and schedule your appointments in seconds! CDPH: Californians ages 12 and older can now get their updated booster- and children as young as five are eligible to receive the original booster. Head to myturn.ca.gov for more information about COVID-19 vaccines and boosters for the entire family.   Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Here's everything you need to know about the latest Covid-19 vaccine, which has been approved for kids 5 and older. Join me in conversation with Dr. Diana Ramos, California's Surgeon General. The FDA has authorized an updated COVID-19 booster dose for those 5 years and older at least two months following their last dose, whether it’s the last dose in their primary series or a booster dose. Those who’ve recently had COVID-19 may also want to wait three months since infection before receiving the updated booster. Contact Dr. Diana: DoctoraDiana@osg.ca.gov Get vaccinated CA: myturn.ca.gov Get vaccinated US: vaccines.gov FDA News Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Last week we explored some common myths about perfectionism. This week we're exploring the relationship between perfectionism and social media. How do we set expectations about the standards social media perpetuates for our kids? Join me again in conversation with Professor Thomas Curran today. Professor Curran is also the author of the wonderful book The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough. Sponsored by KiwiCo: Give Awesome this holiday season with KiwiCo! Get your first month of ANY crate line FREE at kiwico.com/HUMANS. Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Some people are able to aim for excellence, not quite make it, and let it go. But many kids and adults experience deep shame when they miss the mark. What's the truth about perfectionism? Is it a matter of having high standards, or something else? Join me in conversation with Professor Thomas Curran today. Professor Curran is also the author of the wonderful book The Perfection Trap: Embracing the Power of Good Enough. Sponsored by Clare: My favorite paint! "Good Jeans" is so calming. Get 10% off your order at www.clare.com/humans  Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Join me for Part 2 of my conversation with Claire Lerner, L.C.S.W., the Director of Parenting Resources at Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families, a non-profit dedicated to promoting the healthy development and well-being of infants, toddlers, and their families. How do you deal with big reactions in a healthy way? Hiya Health: Receive 50% off your order at Hiyahealth.com/HUMANS   Produced by Dear Media  
What do you do when the regulated response to bad behavior doesn't work? Join me in conversation with Claire Lerner, L.C.S.W., the Director of Parenting Resources at Zero to Three: National Center for Infants, Toddlers, and Families, a non-profit dedicated to promoting the healthy development and well-being of infants, toddlers, and their families. When Time-In Doesn’t Work: https://www.lernerchilddevelopment.com/mainblog/time-out-revisited   Why Punishment Doesn’t Stop Aggressive Behavior: https://www.lernerchilddevelopment.com/mainblog/why-punishment-doesnt-stop-aggressive-behavior   Your Child Isn’t Misbehaving On Purpose: https://www.lernerchilddevelopment.com/mainblog/2020/12/17/positive-parenting-mindshift-your-child-isnt-misbehaving-on-purpose   Sponsored by Allstate: Is your family's data protected? Head to www.AIP.com/HUMANS to learn more! Clare: This paint is gorgeous - "Good Jeans" is so calming. Get $5 off your first gallon at www.clare.com/humans  Caraway: Visit www.Carawayhome.com/humans or use code humans at checkout for 10% off your next purchase!   Produced by Dear Media   This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
How do you talk to your kids about sex? How do you talk to them about porn? Talking to boys and girls and kids of all genders and orientations requires thought, care, and cultural understanding. Join me in conversation with Peggy Orenstein, best-selling author of Boys and Sex, Girls and Sex, and more. We recommend listening to this one in private without your children in earshot. Peggy Orenstein's work: peggyorenstein.com Come As You Are by Emily Nagoski Ph. D: https://www.amazon.com/Come-You-Are-Surprising-Transform/dp/1982165316 Sponsored by KiwiCo: Let's find new screen-free ways of engaging our kids! Head to www.kiwico.com with code HUMANS for a discount on your first crate and FREE shipping! ZocDoc: Zocdoc is a MUST! Download the FREE Zocdoc app at www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and schedule your appointments in seconds! Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
We don't always know what people are thinking or feeling - we're not mind-readers - but we can bolster our understanding. Today we're diving into the Theory of Mind, which refers to our capacity to understand others. It is important for understanding how to approach our children's developmental stage. We start with a wonderful grounding meditation. To learn more about theory of mind, DM me on Instagram at @raisinggoodhumans  Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
There's so much guilt and shame and anger that can be wrapped up in parenting - Today, we continue the conversation on how to address these parts of ourselves without judgement with the wonderful Dr. Dick Schwartz. You will come out of this conversation with a better understanding of yourself and better prepared to approach your child with compassion - especially if you have a highly sensitive child! Internal Family Systems is an evidence-based practice that will help you get in touch with how to parent in a way that supports your whole self - When you love yourself completely, you can do that with your kid. Order Dr. Dick Schwartz' incredible book, No Bad Parts, here: https://www.amazon.com/No-Bad-Parts-Restoring-Wholeness/dp/1683646681 IFS Institute: https://ifs-institute.com/ Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Do you ever feel ashamed or quick to anger with your kids? Join me in conversation with the incredible Dr. Richard Schwartz, who developed the Internal Family Systems model. This paradigm allows us to separate our Self into parts and examine them with compassion. Internal Family Systems Institute: https://ifs-institute.com/ Dr. Schwartz' book, No Bad Parts: https://www.amazon.com/No-Bad-Parts-Restoring-Wholeness/dp/1683646681 Watch Pixar's Inside Out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOO1DF1xIH0 Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
With one kid, you're terrified that your child is gonna flunk out of high school because they got a bad grade. The other, you're anxious that they're putting too much pressure on themselves because they're doing homework before you've had your morning coffee. Join me in conversation with Dr. Sasha Heinz, developmental psychologist and mindset coach, as we navigate the perfectionism mindset. Sponsors LMNT: This is my wine headache-buster! Right now LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. Get yours at www.DrinkLMNT.com/HUMANS ZocDoc: Zocdoc is a MUST! Download the FREE Zocdoc app at www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and schedule your appointments in seconds! Moon Juice: To get the sleep of your dreams, head to www.moonjuice.com/HUMANS and use the code HUMAN at checkout for 20% off. Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
So excited to be answering YOUR Instagram questions today! Join me in a quick meditation reset, then we dive into the B.A.L.A.N.C.E. system - The steps you need to solve any parenting challenge, big or small. After explaining the B.A.L.A.N.C.E. system, I answer several of your questions using it as an example so you know exactly how to implement it - you're gonna love this episode! KiwiCo: Let's find new screen-free ways of engaging our kids! Head to www.kiwico.com with code HUMANS for a discount on your first crate and FREE shipping!  Clare: This paint is gorgeous - "Good Jeans" is so calming. Get $5 off your first gallon at www.clare.com/humans  ZocDoc: Zocdoc is a MUST! Download the FREE Zocdoc app at www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and schedule your appointments in seconds! Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Join me in conversation with my phenomenal married friends, fashion journalist Derek Blasberg (@derekblasberg) and Nick Brown (@nickbrown), managing partner at Imaginary Ventures. They share their surrogacy journey, becoming fathers to twins, an emergency in the hospital, and what annoys them about surrogacy - the answer may surprise you! For more information on surrogacy for gay men, visit Men Having Babies at menhavingbabies.org or DM Nick @nickbrown. LMNT: This is a true headache-buster! Right now LMNT is offering my listeners a free sample pack with any purchase. Get yours at www.DrinkLMNT.com/HUMANS Caraway: Visit www.Carawayhome.com/humans or use code humans at checkout for 10% off your next purchase! Moon Juice: To get the sleep of your dreams, head to www.moonjuice.com/HUMANS and use the code HUMAN at checkout for 20% off. Faherty: Head to www.fahertybrand.com/humans20 and use code humans20 at checkout to get 20% off! Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
Sometimes, it's better to just listen and let your kid vent. Join me in conversation with psychotherapist Whitney Goodman, who you may know from the terrific Instagram page @sitwithwhit. She is the author of Toxic Positivity: Keeping It Real in a World Obsessed with Being Happy. We discuss what toxic positivity is, how to listen and when to give advice, and we trade stories of some times we wish we could have acted differently. Allstate: Is your family's data protected? Head to www.AIP.com/HUMANS to learn more! Everlywell: I LOVED getting to learn more about my hormones with Everlywell! Get 20% off an at-home lab test at www.everlywell.com/HUMANS  Once Upon A Farm: My favorite! My high schooler's favorite! Get 35% off your first subscription at www.onceuponafarmorganics.com  Clare: This paint is gorgeous - "Good Jeans" is so calming. Get $5 off your first gallon at www.clare.com/humans  Produced by Dear Media
Are kids susceptible to identity theft even if they don't have a credit card? Does making purchases online expose them - and you - to data breaches? What IS the dark web, actually? Join me in conversation with Madeline Nusser, Vice President of Creative, Content, and Digital Experience at Allstate Identity Protection.  Allstate Identity Protection has the best plans for families, especially digitally active families. You can enroll your entire household under one family plan - spouse, kids, parents, in-laws etc. for a flat rate that's less than you would pay for two individual plans. Go to AIP.com/humans today to see if Allstate Identity Protection is available through your employer. If not, get a 30 day free trial at AIP.com/Humans. Produced by Dear Media This episode may contain paid endorsements and advertisements for products and services. Individuals on the show may have a direct, or indirect financial interest in products, or services referred to in this episode.
"Why is my kid so lazy?" Hold that thought! I'm excited to welcome my friend Dr. Lisa Damour to the show this week. We discuss the science behind motivation, intrinsic vs extrinsic motivation, goodness of fit, and much more as it relates to our kids and school.   Follow her work: drlisadamour.com She has written for the New York Times and CBS News  Follow her terrific podcast Ask Lisa: The Psychology of Parenting   Sponsored by Caraway: Visit www.Carawayhome.com/humans or use code humans at checkout for 10% off your next purchase! Moonjuice: To get the sleep of your dreams, head to www.moonjuice.com/HUMANS and use the code HUMAN at checkout for 20% off. Once Upon A Farm: Once Upon A Farm: Use code HUMANS at www.onceuponafarmorganics.com for 35% off your first subscription order.   Produced by Dear Media
Are some sports better than others for your child's brain? What do you need to know about concussions? Join me in conversation with Dr. Julie Stamm, neuroscientist and author of The Brain on Youth Sports: The Science, The Myths, and the Future as we discuss the joyful benefits of sports as well as some considerations. She even shares the sports she would most and least want her kids playing! Sponsored by Once Upon A Farm: Use code HUMANS at www.onceuponafarmorganics.com for 35% off your first subscription order. Everlywell: Everlywell is offering a special discount of twenty percent off an at-homelab test at www.everlywell.com/HUMANS  KiwiCo: www.kiwico.com code HUMANS Produced by Dear Media
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Jennifer Gallivan

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Feb 26th
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Suzanne Schumacher

so much useful information, you may need to listen twice

Oct 26th
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SPL80

I agree. Please write a book! Some parents love to be challenged, especially in ways that can actually make an impression that could potentially change a generation. Empathy is lacking in the world today. As parents, we have an opportunity to plant seeds. and we need tools to know how.

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Suwdmaa Ganbold

Thanks for your podcast, I am listening from Mongolia

Mar 10th
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Holly Rector

loved this episode and really looking forward to reading this book. thanks for exploring the science of attachment!

Feb 5th
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Heather-Ann Young

What an honest and real Q&A with Jennifer Garner! Highly impressed.

Sep 5th
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Sayra Wence

loved this episode! I especially loved the Q & A's at the end. the answers were very helpful because they included examples of convos that might/can happen... my 3 yr old is in the tantrum stage as well so being given an idea of what I can respond instead is awesome!💖

Dec 30th
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Kassi Robertson

you my first podcast. I feel like I am always failing as a mom,woman,wife. I have two kids that are add and ADHD. I am wore out

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Melissa Rae Alamag

As a new parent this is my favorite podcast to listen to! Full of valuable information backed by research discussed in a relatable and inviting tone. I find myself learning something new and interesting every time.

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Pamela Lackey

I already love listening to this podcast! I'm will be listening to more for sure. thank you.

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