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Research shows that fathers have, on average, become more involved in their children's lives in the last several generations. This has created so many new questions for fathers. Join me in conversation with educator Kimberly Wolf, author of Talk With Her, to discover new ways for dads to engage with their daughters and navigate questions of body confidence as well as dating after divorce. Beam www.shopbeam.com/HUMANS  Splendid Spoon www.SplendidSpoon.com/HUMANS  Galileo www.galileo-camps.com FUNSUMMER2022 Perelel www.perelel.co code HUMANS15 Produced by Dear Media 
Join me in conversation with one of the leading psychologists on executive function, Stephanie Carlson, to learn about raising self-reliant kids that still feel supported by their parents. Cozy Earth: 35% off sitewide at Cozy Earth with code HUMANS Zocdoc: www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and download the app for FREE Talkspace www.talkspace.com/humans  Produced by Dear Media
We're doing something a little different today. I'm interviewing Alan Patricof - He just wrote a book called No Red Lights: Reflections on Life. He is 87 years old, a true business legend, an eager mentor, fit as a fiddle, and an incredibly loving father and grandfather. If you Google him, you will be blown away. Let me know what you think of this one!  Sponsors Wealthfront: wealthfront.com/Humans That's It: Use code HUMANS to get 20% off your order thatsitfruit.com/raisinggoodhumans  Galileo: Go to GALILEO-CAMPS.COM and use the code FUNSUMMER2022 to get $100 off camp. Coterie: www.coterie.com/humans for 20% off and FREE shipping!  Produced by Dear Media
Is there something you're holding onto? Is it normal for kids to keep secrets? Parents?  Join me in conversation with Michael Slepian, author of The Secret Life of Secrets, and discover the difference between secrets and privacy, why kids have secrets, and how it influences our parenting. https://michaelslepian.com/ Keepingsecrets.org   Sponsors www.fahertybrand.com/HUMANS for 20% offwww.kiwico.com code HUMANS www.paireyewear.com/HUMANS for 15% off  www.thatsitfruit.com/raisinggoodhumans code: HUMANS   Produced by Dear Media
This is for everyone out there with a kid who loves sad songs - and for the adults who love them too. What's the upside of melancholy? Join me in conversation with Susan Cain, New York Times bestselling author of Bittersweet: How Sorrow and Longing Make Us Whole and Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking. Sponsored by Coterie: www.coterie.com/humans for 20% off and FREE shipping!  Slumberkins: www.slumberkins.com Use code HUMANS at checkout for 15% Off Your First Order My Feels: EmotionalIntelligenceForKids.com code HUMANS Outer liveouter.com/HUMANS Produced by Dear Media
You're gonna love this one - This is a very real conversation. Join me and Britt Hawthorne once again as we dive into values and real strategies for raising anti-racist children, including the positive changes we can make in our environments, the value of libraries, and more. Zocdoc: www.zocdoc.com/HUMANS and download the app for FREE Wealthfront: wealthfront.com/Humans My Feels: EmotionalIntelligenceForKids.com code HUMANS Talkspace www.talkspace.com/humans Produced by Dear Media
Join me in conversation with Galileo CMO Annie Appel. We explore whether camp can really encourage reflectiveness and a problem-solving mindset in children, and Galileo's awesome program which allows kids of any socioeconomic background to attend. At Camp Galileo, kids enjoy limitless creativity, innovation, and fun. Go to GALILEO-CAMPS.COM and use the code FUNSUMMER2022 to get $100 off camp. This is a sponsored bonus episode from Galileo. Produced by Dear Media
Join me in conversation with Britt Hawthorne - I get pretty real here and admit to some of my struggles as a cisgender White parent learning how to talk about gender and race without centering. Britt Hawthorne is an antiracist educator and author of the upcoming book, Raising Antiracist Children Practical Parenting Guide out June 2022. Helix Sleep: Helix is offering up to 200 dollars off all mattress orders AND two free pillows for our listeners at www.HelixSleepcom/humans My Feels: EmotionalIntelligenceForKids.com code HUMANS Pair Eyewear: www.paireyewear.com/HUMANS for 15% off your first purchase Splendid Spoon: go to www.SplendidSpoon.com/HUMANS for$50 off your first box Produced by Dear Media
Join me with Professor Anna Johnson in conversation about a recent study sparking debate on whether or not to send our kids to pre-k, how we consume science, what science teaches us about parenting, and trends from observations of college freshmen. Faherty: www.Fahertybrand.com with code 'humans' for 20% off all of your new spring staples. KiwiCo: www.Kiwico.com with code HUMANS for 30% off your first month plus free shipping on any crate line. Wandering Bear: www.Wanderingbear.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your order. Skylight Frame: www.skylightframe.com with code HUMANS for $10 off Produced by Dear Media
I love bonus episodes that allow us a little flexibility. Let's take a moment to reset mid-week. Use this rule-free meditation to center yourself after a tough moment, and find peace in the midst of chaos. Sponsored by Outer liveouter.com/HUMANS My Feels: EmotionalIntelligenceForKids.com code HUMANSWealthfront: wealthfront.com/Humans Produced by Dear Media
This week's episode is unique - I was so moved by this incredible book, Invisible Child: Poverty, Survival & Hope in an American City, that I invited author Andrea Elliott on to recount her experience of how a New York Times piece evolved into this astonishing book about poverty, code-switching, and the rejection of institutional comforts. Produced by Dear Media
Join Dr. Tina Payne Bryson and Dr. Aliza Pressman in a discussion about making sense of the disconnect between “gentle parenting” and “limit setting” and how things get lost in translation. Produced by Dear Media
Supporting typically developing kids in the context of having a special needs sibling.   www.Moonjuice.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your order. www.Helixsleep.com/humans for up to $200 off all mattress orders and 2 free pillows. www.Wanderingbear.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your order. www.Papayareusables.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your first order.   Show Notes: http://healthybaby.com/    Produced by Dear Media
Dr. Aliza sits down with Dr. Shauna Shapiro to discuss mindfulness tactics and using self-compassion to better connect with your children.   www.Kiwico.com with code HUMANS for 30% off your first month plus free shipping on any crate line. www.Papayareusables.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your first order. www.Fahertybrand.com with code 'humans' for 20% off all of your new spring staples. And get $7 off Lumineux products on www.Amazon.com    Produced by Dear Media
Jessica Yellin breaks down the process of learning about the world so kids can learn the news without the noise!   www.LiveOuter.com/HUMANS for $300 off plus free shipping. www.Wanderingbear.com with code HUMANS for 20% off your order. www.Thirdlove.com/HUMANS for 20% off your first order. www.Prose.com/humans for 15% off your first order today.   Produced by Dear Media
Raising confident kids and reducing perfectionism.   www.Talkspace.com with promo code ' humans' for $100 off your first month. Go to www.Zocdoc.com/HUMANS  and download the Zocdoc app for FREE. Then start your search for a top-rated doctor today. Many are available within 24 hours.   Show Notes: www.draliza.bulletin.com   Produced by Dear Media
Today’s bonus episode is one listeners questions and challenges instead of a solo read of listener questions, we are having a conversation.    Show Notes: this is about humanity.org   Produced by Dear Media
With heavy hearts  we have to get in front of the news and be straightforward with our kids about what is going on in the world. This episode covers how to have difficult conversations with kids, how to start them and how to support them. This is true for any difficult conversation but this particular episode centers around the war in Ukraine. This episode is not for kids it is for parents and caregivers to listen to in order to support kids and help them understand why the adults around them may be stressed, distracted and sad.    www.Blueland.com/HUMANS for 20% off your first order of any products.   Produced by Dear Media
Gabby Bernstien talks about her new book "Happy Days" and the spiritual side of parenting our children and ourselves.    Get 50% off your first month plus FREE shipping on ANY crate line with code HUMANS at www.kiwico.com  Find Lumineux on Amazon.com and get seven dollars off today. Get an additional 30% off your first subscription order with code HUMANS at www.OnceUponaFarmOrganics.com    Show Notes: Merch: https://shop.dearmedia.com/collections/raising-good-humans Listen to Gabby's podcast,  Dear Gabby anywhere you get your podcasts.   Produced by Dear Media
Raising Kids in the Digital Age.   www.Prose.com/humans to take your free in-depth hair consultation and get 15% off your first order today. www.Thirdlove.com/humans for 20% off your first order. www.OnceUponAFarmOrganics.com with code HUMANS for 30% off your first subscription order.   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.

Apr 16th
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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

Dec 6th
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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.

Oct 11th
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Pamela Lackey

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

Jul 30th
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