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Stressed-out parent? Need a little help? Project Parenthood is your weekly guide to raising your kids with empathy while taking care of yourself, too. Host Dr. Nanika Coor is a clinical psychologist and respectful parenting advocate. She'll help you get a handle on toddler emotions, discipline your teens without punishment, and create more peace and collaboration in your home--all in just ten minutes a week.
 
The year Evan turned 19, his mother died, and he became a father. He put aside his college plans and chose to raise his son. 15 years and another kid later, Evan gets candid about his struggles as a young dad and how he's now taking the time to discover who he is beyond the role of "parent". Interviewed by LeNora, his sister, who is not a parent, by choice, Evan shares his journey with humor and some sibling banter.
 
A personable, modern, and innovative roundtable/Q&A style podcast that discusses essential health care topics by those who serve the Delaware community on the front line – nurses, doctors, board members, practitioners, and clergy. Presented by Planned Parenthood of Delaware.
 
The Parenthood After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of NBC's Parenthood. Show Summary: The four grown Braverman siblings — Adam, Sarah, Crosby and Julia — share the joys, heartaches and headaches of parenthood in their California hometown. As their parents deal with life and marital issues, the four lean on one another while tackling the challenges of modern family life in an updated reimagining of the 1989 film by the same name.
 
THE PODCAST PARENTS NEED Being a parent can be the greatest and the hardest thing you’ll ever do. In Navigating Parenthood, brought to you by HCF, parents and experts share their stories – the joys and stress, the advice and the insight. In the first two seasons of our podcast series, we explore the most challenging periods of any parent’s life: from taking those first baby steps in season one, to staying in step with our teens in season two. In season three, Imperfect Parents, our host Jess ...
 
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Finding it difficult to use respectful parenting tools? If your relationship with your child is adversarial, you may need to repair your relationship first. Dr. Nanika Coor offers tips for repairing your bond to help lay the foundation for respectful parenting tools. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Di…
 
On Tuesday, September 14, host Trey Cashion talked about how God is love and how to get our children to gain a proper understanding of what love is. Love is what holds our families together and how we as parents need to be challenged to be better at reflecting of what God's love is to our children. Remember to pray, parent with a purpose, and prepa…
 
Indigenous Peoples' Day acknowledges the resilience and contributions of Indigenous Peoples and culture. Dr. Coor interviews Lorraine Brave from The National Indian Child Welfare Association about the Positive Indian Parenting Program and the unique experiences of Indigenous Peoples in the United States. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirt…
 
Did you know that how a baby's caregivers communicate with them not only impacts brain development but also how they go on to behave in relationships in the future? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how respectful communication can positively impact your current relationship with your child and their future relationships. Read the companion article on Quick…
 
Having a tough time shifting to respectful parenting practices? Dr. Nanika Coor gives tips for validating your child in ways that cultivate mutual respect, strengthens trust, and inspires voluntary cooperation. Read the companion article on Quick and Dirty Tips. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more pare…
 
No matter how chill you or your child is, at some point you’re going to get very angry about something your child has said or done. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to manage everyday anger as a parent and how to know if your anger has become problematic. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for…
 
On Tuesday, September 7, host Trey Cashion followed up on his previous show's discussion about the research of Notre Dame sociologist Christian Smith into "best practices" for passing on the Faith to our children. In this episode he discussed an article by Theresa Cervantes Barber, who recommends asking our children two critical questions each day …
 
What's the best way to educate your child about their neurodevelopmental diagnosis? Dr. Nanika Coor gives 7 tips for talking with neurodiverse kids about their diagnosis in a way that focuses on their strengths and abilities. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join…
 
On Tuesday, August 31, host Trey Cashion went through a great article on Aleteia (https://aleteia.org/2021/05/21/if-you-want-your-kids-to-stay-catholic-heres-what-matters-most/) based on the social science research of University of Notre Dame professor Christian Smith. Smith is interested in how families pass on their Catholic faith to their childr…
 
Has the COVID-19 crisis made an already stressful back-to-school time even more intense? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to use use a trauma-informed parenting approach to support your family through this transition. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join the convers…
 
Do you suppress your own needs to avoid challenging interactions with your children? Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to give your needs some air time in your relationship with your child. Read the transcript. Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows. Subscribe to the newsletter for more parenting tips. Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter…
 
Whether you are a (reluctant) climbing wall for your baby, or your toddler has started yelling “Don’t touch me!” your response will plant the seeds for body autonomy. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to foster an early understanding of consent. Read full transcript. Check out all the episodes at: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/project-parenthood Fac…
 
On Tuesday, August 10, Trey talked about the beauty of God's grace, and the necessity of it in our lives in order to live out our calling as followers of Christ. His talk stemmed from The Parent's Mandate, a talk he and his wife Stephanie gave around 15 years ago. How do parents teach their children the Faith effectively? Trey answers with some way…
 
Your child’s sense of self-worth will be impacted by many things throughout life that you can't control. However, you can control what you say and do. Dr. Nanika Coor explains how to prioritize love and acceptance, in moments of connection and conflict. Read the transcript. Check out all the episodes at: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/project-pa…
 
On Tuesday, August 3, Trey talked about what it means for a family to be a "domestic Church". If you didn't already know, RED-C stands for Religious Education for the Domestic Church. This conversation stemmed from a talk about RED-C recently. Trey discussed how families can live out the call of being a domestic Church, a visible sign of the invisi…
 
Soon after a child turns three, caregivers come up against controlling and resistant behaviors. Rather than getting lost in endless power struggles and conflict, try Project Parenthood's effective tools to get through this challenging developmental period with your sanity intact. Read the full transcript. Check out all the episodes at: https://www.…
 
On Tuesday, July 27, Trey talked about the 10 benefits siblings bring to one's life. The conversation stemmed from a recent article at aleteia.org by Tom Hoopes. Some benefits include: siblings help you learn life skills, learn social skills, and provide you will built-in playdates. Trey discussed examples of him watching his own 6 children experie…
 
Your nervous system is communicating with your child's nervous system all the time, and you can control the message it's sending. Dr. Nanika Coor expains how to lessen your child's challenging behaviors by regulating your responses to them. Read the full transcript. Check out all the episodes at: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/project-parenthood…
 
Babies are remarkable - fully formed little people with their own personalities from the start. However, taking care of their basic needs often overshadows our ability to treat them as people. Dr. Nanika Coor offers 5 ways to bond with your baby while enjoying their unique perspective of the world. Read the full transcript. Check out all the episod…
 
On Tuesday, July 13, Trey followed up on last week's episode of going after the heart of the child. He quoted CCC 1776 and discussed how parents are to do all they can for their children in order to help them have a properly formed conscience. He gave real life examples of situations where he did and did not handle a disciplinary situation properly…
 
Parenting can challenge even the most patient of us. Psychologist Dr. Nanika Coor gives parents and caregivers valuable tips on how to improve our daily experience with raising children (and give ourselves a break). Read the full transcript. Check out all the episodes at: https://www.quickanddirtytips.com/project-parenthood Facebook: https://www.fa…
 
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