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How does childhood trauma affect our mental health? In these real, raw and honest conversations we are sharing our stories of what happened to us growing up, the effect of childhood trauma in adults and how we can we can heal childhood trauma. There is so much courage, wisdom and beauty in every story of childhood trauma. Whatever you are going through in your life right now, you will find many stories to help you along on your journey. Be a part of this important conversation and join our h ...
 
How do we navigate childhood in a century that we have never experienced ever before? How do we parent children, when they are managing obstacles we do not even understand? Gritty Growing Up focuses on those topics and conversations that you know you need to have, but sometimes do not know where to start. From mental health to exams, consent to social behaviours, grab a cup of tea and let's talk mental health together.
 
Childhood Chatcast with The Dude, is a playful and lighthearted look back at the childhoods of Children’s MN employees. From our favorite toys to our first concert, from a trip to the hospital to what kind of students we were, Star Studio’s The Dude, and co-host Jake, take these grown-ups on a time traveling trip to yesteryear. One thing is always certain, we were all kids once. Music Provided by ScoreKeepers.
 
I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a review and summary, so you don't have to read them yourself. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast. Join me as I read about surprisingly organized middle school clubs, pranks that end in murder, and goo. Lots and lots of goo. New episodes every Thursday.
 
Reagan, a mother and educator, hosts the Magic of Childhood podcast, which explores the magical moments that happen in kids' lives and how to reframe the tough and embarassing moments of parenting through the lens of brain science, self-knowledge, and growth.She uses stories from her own life as a parent and educator to bring light to every moment and celebrate life's messy glory.
 
Hello educators, are you feeling burnt out and frustrated with the early childhood profession? Maybe you’re losing your passion and drive for the field. Do you want to continue to give quality programming and care within your program? How about finding the time and space for professional development and growth? If these questions speak to you, then The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator podcast is for you! In this podcast, you will find actionable tips for running and managing a successful c ...
 
Do you often find yourself communicating in your favorite 80s and 90s movie quotes? Is there an epic soundtrack looping in your brain at all times? If IMDB is the app you can’t live without and you’re like a sponge when it comes to classic pop culture and trivia, then Nostalgic is the podcast for you! Join siblings Ashley, and Aaron and thair Bestie Garret! as they discuss all the fantastic treasures, trash, and trivia they absorbed while growing up in the 80s, 90s, and early 00s. No subject ...
 
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
 
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
 
This podcast is here for you; to help you become better informed about child development, preschool, parenting, teaching, and anything else that will improve the day to day lives of children. So if you are a parent, a teacher, or anyone else who cares for children, you are in the right place!
 
Nostalgia is so often thought of as something great from our childhood... But this psychological pitfall can sometimes have massive effects on our decision making. Our goal here is to discuss these areas where morals and ethics blur and the warm feelings of childhood take over. Oh, and to talk some shit...
 
In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
 
Hey Sister! You've been led here by something bigger than you. You're here with me because you're ready for lasting healing. You're ready for God and the Holy Spirit to come in and rewrite your story. You're ready to feel comfortable and confident in your own skin and to know exactly who you are in God. You know that your past doesn't define you, but for some reason, you just can't break the chains of past hurts and trauma. These chains have been holding you back from experiencing the glorio ...
 
Early childhood educators - Spencer and Lucy - discuss children, how they develop, and how teachers and guardians can support them in the hard work it takes to learn and grow! Sometimes, supporting children can get lonely and frustrating, so we are also here to help you find the fun in it! Music: "Wholesome" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
 
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This book summary and review features Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #15: Little Miss Stoneybrook . . . and Dawn, in which I chastise some creepy judges, bananas and poetry collide, and many girls wish for/save global peace. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and …
 
This week, we watched the Star Wars Holiday Special, which originally aired on November 17, 1978, on CBS. Featuring "Life Day," a holiday on Chewbacca's home planet, it was the first Star Wars spin-off film, set between the events of the original film and The Empire Strikes Back. We discuss behind-the-scenes history of the made-for-TV-move, includi…
 
Hey friend! In today's episode, I share why self care as an early childhood educator is important. It is so easy to focus on serving the children in our care that we often forget to take time for ourselves. I also share some ideas to start making self care a regular part of your routine. Resources mentioned in the episode: Email: edu@ispyr.com Inst…
 
hitting rock bottom PANIC AWAY ACCESS HERE https://af3924jj23i46gadigvxkmhl98.hop.clickbank.net Jewels had never had stability her whole life. And life had not been straightforward either. As a child, Jewels just adored her Dad. But he really wasn’t coping and a violent incident meant that Jewels and her mum had to leave quickly. Her world would ne…
 
Join us as Donna King, author of Pursuing Bad Guys: Joining Children’s Quest for Clarity, Courage and Community, as she talks about her “yearlong, co-constructed investigation of goodness and badness, real and pretend, safety and courage.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the sh…
 
Did you help "Take a Bite out of Crime" or keep away from drugs because "Users are Losers?" then that means that these PSA's worked! This episode we go over some of the most memorable PSAs from the catchy to the wacky! (Music from Uppbeat (free for Creators!): https://uppbeat.io/t/trinity/funk-in-the-trunk License code: OMGUZFTZQEZNBWPZ) Here at No…
 
Can we change the system? Today we're climbing onto the metaphorical soap box to consider whether teachers are being asked to paddle up streams without the equipment that they need to support mental health. Is there a cultural shift we need to make to stop the levels of burnout and staff turnover and reduce diagnostic overshadowing which prevents c…
 
In this episode, I talk about strategies for parents who are physically separated from one or more of their children while caring for their sick child. Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and not those of my employer. No content in this podcast should be taken as medical advice.द्वारा Samara Potter
 
Welcome back to the podcast which celebrates growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the central part that TV played in our society then. This episode is brought to you by the number 7 and the letter Zee which can only mean one thing; "Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?" Our host Oliver remembers his eyes being opened to U…
 
In today's episode, I talk with Linda Åkeson McGurk, a Swedish-American freelance writer and author who believes life is better outside. Her first book, There’s No Such Thing as Bad Weather: A Scandinavian Mom’s Secret for Raising Healthy, Resilient and Confident Children, was published by Touchstone/S&S in October 2017 to critical acclaim. Linda c…
 
How do you end a relationship with a narcissistic mother? PANIC AWAY ACCESS HERE https://af3924jj23i46gadigvxkmhl98.hop.clickbank.net Adriana is a coach who is empowering survivors of narcissistic abuse to heal, set boundaries and live life on their own terms. Adriana grew up with a mother who was confusing. She loved her mom and she also hated her…
 
Small Wonder was a science-fiction sitcom aimed at kids that ran for 96 episodes from 1985 to 1989. The show starred Tiffany Brissette as a robot named VICI, Jerry Supiran as her brother Jamie, and Emily Schulman as her annoying neighbor, Harriet. Before diving into the pilot and Thanksgiving episodes, we talk about the unusual syndication of the s…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Goosebumps: A Shocker on Shock Street. Topics include unnecessary twist endings, poorly planned dark rides, and meditations on the Americans with Disabilities Act. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a summa…
 
In today's episode, we discuss what an early childhood educator is and is not. It is my that at the end of this episode, you will know who you truly are as an early childhood educator and will walk in it confidently. Connect with me on Instagramद्वारा Marcia Nicole
 
Childhood trauma has a huge impact on the nervous system. It can cause generalised anxiety, constant fight, flight, freeze or fawn responses and can be as severe as panic attacks. Mireya survived in a family with little love or care. Her mother was abandoning and she was never told “I love you” or given a hug. A destructive early relationship was a…
 
Childhood Emotional Neglect PANIC AWAY ACCESS HERE https://af3924jj23i46gadigvxkmhl98.hop.clickbank.net Kat was born to a mom who was an addict and a dad who wanted nothing to do with her. Unable to care for her, Kat's biological mom decided to put her up for adoption. Left in a home until she was 3 years old, Kat was finally adopted by a family su…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #14: Hello, Mallory. In which an eleven-year-old wants to be treated like an adult, Stoneybrook's racist underbelly is exposed, and I do too many voices. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and w…
 
Monster Squad was an amazing Halloween movie... that debuted in the summer of 1987. As a result of poor planning and marketing, the movie flopped at the box office, but became a cult hit with Gen X kids. The movie features a group of outcasts much like the Goonies who battle against Dracula, the Wolfman, the Mummy, Frankenstein's Monster, and the C…
 
Why does ADHD make making friends so challenging? Is there a reason why they can jump between friends? Forget to reply to messages? End up with hoards of texts and emails to respond to? Explore with us as we dive into people blindness.... #ADHD #Personblindness Subscribe to our free articles and activities at: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopmen…
 
Generational trauma examples DESTROY DEPRESSION ACCESS HERE: https://15484-oh24oczo-yjd223q8hoa.hop.clickbank.net Generational trauma is the traumatic events that have a ripple effect across generations. What happens to one person has an impact on their children and that impact continues to affect generation after generation until somebody sees it …
 
“Commodification is the rendering of people or things into items of economic exchange, reducing humans and humanity into objects, and attaching human value to economic merits.” (W. Gregory Harman) Yep, even children….. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon co…
 
What are the signs of a narcissistic mother? DESTROY DEPRESSION ACCESS HERE https://15484-oh24oczo-yjd223q8hoa.hop.clickbank.net As kids we have no idea that what we are experiencing is abuse. We can't label a mother a narcissist because she is simply our mother and we don't know anything different. I have heard from so many women who never underst…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Fear Street: The Boy Next Door. Topics include terrible men, chanting to raise dead racist politicians, and recalled toys. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a summary and review. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this …
 
The Inspiring Early Childhood Educator Podcast is for early childhood educators and leaders who are seeking inspiration and actionable tips for finding the ideal work-life balance. Join your host, Marcia Nicole, as she introduces you to topics in early childhood education that will enhance your practice and your life as an educator. You will be mot…
 
How to support a friend emotionally. We all know we should support a friend or family member who is struggling, but what should we actually do for them? So much of the time we feel helpless in how we can offer assistance when it's clear somebody we care about isn’t coping. But how can we help? The answer is often very simple. Actively listening. Ac…
 
Mike Huber has a new book coming out, and you’re definitely going to want to read it! In this episode, Mike talks about the book, titled “Inclusion Includes Us: Building Bridges and Removing Barriers in Early Childhood Classrooms.” Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with …
 
Why do other people's opinions matter to us so much? In this podcast, we explore why opinions matter so much, and whether it is all just in our imaginations. Subscribe to our free articles and activities at: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/articles-resources/ Learn more by completing one our courses: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopm…
 
Buffy the Vampire Slayer was a 1992 movie that... we did not rewatch. The TV show was way better! Moving away from the tone and campiness of the movie, the show defined "post camp" and ran for 7 seasons from 1997 to 2003. We explore the history of the TV show and its strange ties to the original film, and we also explore the history of Wax Lips, ou…
 
Signs of unhealthy friendships I came across Erin Falconers book How To Break Up With Your Friends and I thought it would be so valuable to chat with Erin about adult friendships. The way we are raised by our parents, the trauma we are exposed to and the way our parents interacted within their own friendships, has a profound impact on how we create…
 
In this episode, I discuss why your thoughts matter, and give you my #1 tool for examining and changing them. Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and not those of my employer. No content in this podcast should be taken as medical advice.द्वारा Samara Potter
 
“There is a dominant discourse that early education is preparation for something in the future, usually stated as kindergarten; that developmental psychology with its focus on ages and stages can be a framework for early education; that children need adults to fix them; that the natural caring of others, a strength of women, isn’t important.These d…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #13: Good-bye Stacey, Good-bye. Topics include inappropriate gifts, random side plots, and western garage sale behavior. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading…
 
What is codependency in a relationship? This quick chat with Shannon is a great insight into what happens to kids who grow up in a chaotic home environment. Shannon’s grandfather was abusive to her mother and her grandmother. And Shannon was a constant witness to the abuse. She took on the role of taking care of everybody. And that’s where co-depen…
 
The Real Ghostbusters was an animaged spin-off/sequel of the 1984 comedy film Ghostbusters. The series ran from 1986 to 1991. The series continued the adventures of paranormal investigators Dr. Peter Venkman, Dr. Egon Spengler, Dr. Ray Stantz, Winston Zeddemore, their secretary Janine Melnitz and their mascot ghost Slimer as they battled ghosts, go…
 
We're so excited to share this episode with you! This week we're talking about the magic of being a Nanny Mom—and we couldn't be more excited. Our guest, Carrie Bland, is known as Carrie the Nanny, and she's a fantastic nanny is raising her nanny children alongside her own. She has a wealth of knowledge about how to raise your kids alongside anothe…
 
Can you ever recover from narcissistic abuse? PANIC AWAY ACCESS HERE https://af3924jj23i46gadigvxkmhl98.hop.clickbank.net Melany grew up with a mom who gave her everything she needed. Except for love. Except for care. Except for kindness. Melany’s mother was narcissistic and whilst all of Melany's basic needs were met there was abuse, abandonment a…
 
Emotionally Based School Avoidance has increased since the lockdowns, but how well is it really understood? Grab a cup of tea and explore with us, as we examine EBSA and some of the fundamentals that we need to understand as professionals and parents. Subscribe to our free articles and activities at: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/arti…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Goosebumps: Attack of the Jack-o'-Lanterns. Topics include lies, people who deserve to be eaten, and PTSD from a fourth-grade party. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhoo…
 
low self-esteem low self-confidence people pleasing MARK grew up desperate for love. He wanted nothing more than for his mom to wrap her arms around him and tell him "I love you". But it didn't happen. And when he was just five years old Mark's Dad told him "Don't call me Dad". What happens when a child feels unloved? This is a story that will stri…
 
Your image of the child, what you believe about children, will impact every interaction and decision you make about your work with them. Lizz Nolasco and Rixa Evershed drop in to talk about what that really means, how it is true and what we believe about children. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Le…
 
Welcome back to the podcast which celebrates growing up as a child in 1970's Britain and the central part that television played in our lives then. The 70's marked a time of change for Britain when huge numbers of people moved from traditional, industrial city centres to new housing estates with aspirations to join the middle classes. TV reflected …
 
What candy made you Happy Dance after a long night of trick or treating? In this episode we are celebrating our favorites along with other candy that we'd trade out as soon as possible or only eat if we were desperate! Also some of our costumes and the scares that kids faced on Halloween in the 90s! Happy Halloween Friends! Music from Uppbeat (free…
 
Harrowing true story of the Broberg family. A Friend Of The Family Jan Broberg was kidnapped by her neighbour, Robert Berchtold, under the watch of her parents. Robert Berchtold was a sociopath, perhaps even a psychopath. He lived in a fantasy world and he manipulated EVERYBODY. His entire life revolved around planning and executing this kidnapping…
 
In this episode, I discuss why the concept of "staying strong" may not be helping you while parenting your sick child. Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and not those of my employer. No content in this podcast should be taken as medical advice.द्वारा Samara Potter
 
Did we get confidence all wrong? Did our view of confidence affect whether we 'label' children confident or not? We take a look at confidence, and whether it really is about being 'out there' Subscribe to our free articles and activities at: https://dandeliontraininganddevelopment.com/articles-resources/ Learn more by completing our courses: https:…
 
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