Your kids want time with you. In this first episode, Dr. Meg explains how parents can learn how to make their kids feel important, how to listen, & get a plan! Featured Story Spotlight: “Action!”, about a filmmaker father creating time with his sons. Featured Question: Should I let my child take a cell phone to school? Send questions to email@example.com
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Episode 226 | How do you raise creative, curious, and caring children? Gregg Behr and Ryan Rydzewski, co-authors of “When You Wonder, You’re Learning”, share Fred Rogers’ unique and timeless approach to education and human connection and how it’s still needed and relevant today.
Episode 225 | How do you teach your children to develop a strong sense of who they are and what they’re meant to be? As a renowned figure in faith and research, George Barna shares his compelling insights on the vital role of discipling children through intentional and proactive parenting.
Episode 224 | Children are experiencing unprecedented levels of anxiety. Erica Komisar, a psychoanalyst and author, discusses the critical role of parental well-being in promoting children’s mental health.