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How to Talk to Kids About Anything

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The How to Talk to Kids about Anything Parenting Podcast, hosted by Dr. Robyn Silverman (Child & Teen Development Specialist, parenting coach, author, speaker and mom of 2), provides hands-on tips, powerful scripts, inspiring stories and specific steps to make even the toughest conversations easier. Featuring revealing interviews with the top experts in their fields, How To Talk to Kids about Anything gives parents and educators the tools and take-aways they’ve been looking for but have yet to find. From bullying and the gift of failure to death, divorce, money, sex, anger, anxiety and more, listeners will discover what to do, what to say and how to say it in a non-judgmental, honest, accessible format. Consider Dr. Robyn’s How to Talk to Kid about Anything podcast, your one-stop-parenting-shop delivering exactly what you need, when you need it, from someone you trust.

The How to Talk to Kids about Anything Parenting Podcast, hosted by Dr. Robyn Silverman (Child & Teen Development Specialist, parenting coach, author, speaker and mom of 2), provides hands-on tips, powerful scripts, inspiring stories and specific steps to make even the toughest conversations easier. Featuring revealing interviews with the top experts in their fields, How To Talk to Kids about Anything gives parents and educators the tools and take-aways they’ve been looking for but have yet to find. From bullying and the gift of failure to death, divorce, money, sex, anger, anxiety and more, listeners will discover what to do, what to say and how to say it in a non-judgmental, honest, accessible format. Consider Dr. Robyn’s How to Talk to Kid about Anything podcast, your one-stop-parenting-shop delivering exactly what you need, when you need it, from someone you trust.

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The How to Talk to Kids about Anything Parenting Podcast, hosted by Dr. Robyn Silverman (Child & Teen Development Specialist, parenting coach, author, speaker and mom of 2), provides hands-on tips, powerful scripts, inspiring stories and specific steps to make even the toughest conversations easier. Featuring revealing interviews with the top experts in their fields, How To Talk to Kids about Anything gives parents and educators the tools and take-aways they’ve been looking for but have yet to find. From bullying and the gift of failure to death, divorce, money, sex, anger, anxiety and more, listeners will discover what to do, what to say and how to say it in a non-judgmental, honest, accessible format. Consider Dr. Robyn’s How to Talk to Kid about Anything podcast, your one-stop-parenting-shop delivering exactly what you need, when you need it, from someone you trust.

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@DrRobyn

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English

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Episodes

How to Talk to Kids about Sex featuring Dina Alexander – ReRelease

8/11/2020
Special Guest: Dina Alexander So who wants more information about how to have THE talk with their kids. You know the one. THE SEX TALK! This is one of those conversations that often makes us all squirm in our seats and yet, gotta have it. And remember, while you may not be talking to your kids about sex yet, you’ll need to talk about it at some point—and likely sooner than later, no matter what your family values are and what you personally think your children should or shouldn’t be doing....

Duration:00:52:09

How to Forego Impossible Parenting Standards & Tap into Our Own Wisdom with Meghan Leahy

8/4/2020
Meghan Leahy - Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the stress and perfectionism of our overparenting culture–and at the same time, yearned for solutions to ease the struggles of everyday family life? Perhaps you have been caught at the grocery store with a tantruming 2-year-old, made organic salmon for your 4-year-old only to have it thrown across the room or attempted to reason with your 5-year-old about why you should stay at the party so you could have some “adult-time” after they were more...

Duration:01:00:58

How to Talk to Kids about Making & Keeping Friends with Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore – Relaunch

7/28/2020
Special Guest: Dr. Eileen Kennedy-Moore Friendship can be a beautiful part of life. We laugh, cry, play, talk and experience life with friends as we grow up. I mean, thinking back to your childhood, no doubt there are many moments that many of us can remember that involve friends. But that doesn’t mean that friendship is a simple construct. There are important skills that kids must develop in order to make and keep friends. How do they make friends? How do they learn to understand their...

Duration:00:46:48

How to Take Care Of Your Mental Health While Parenting with Kate Rope

7/21/2020
Kate Rope - We often get a great deal of advice about how to raise our children but don’t always hear the best ways we can take care of ourselves and stay sane WHILE raising our children. Who can you turn to when things aren’t going smoothly? How can you talk about it when you are struggling? How do you cope with anger or exhaustion or frustration and avoid becoming the one who does EVERYTHING even when you have nothing left? Today we are going to speak to my friend and colleague, Kate Rope...

Duration:00:47:52

How to talk to kids about resourcefulness with Scott Sonenshein – ReRelease

7/14/2020
Special Guest: Scott Sonenshein This podcast provides: Tips: How to help our kids do more with less and become more resourceful. How can we be more creative? Scott also talks about taking “field trips,” creative atypical birthday parties, reaffirming play, modeling, little seed creativity. Scripts: Saying no to our children, what to say when your child wants a new toy Steps: Taking a child through how to be resourceful when wanting a new toy. How can we look at what we have in unique...

Duration:00:33:32

How to Help Parents & Kids Cope with Big Issues During Tough Times with Rosalind Wiseman

7/7/2020
Rosalind Wiseman - We all need to hone the ability to regulate ourselves and teach and model for our children and students how to do the same. That means sharpening our social and emotional skills so that we can function and thrive in today’s society—creating healthy relationships and health and wellbeing for ourselves as well. What are the core social and emotional concepts that we need to understand? How does our understanding of how we deal with anger, frustration, shame, discomfort and...

Duration:00:59:25

How to Talk to Kids about Healthy, Caring Romantic Relationships with Dr. Richard Weissbourd – ReRelease

6/30/2020
This podcast will focus on how to talk to kids about healthy, caring, romantic relationships. When you were a teen, who taught you about how to have a mutually beneficial, successful romantic relationship? Who is teaching your teen? Dr. Weissbourd and his team released a report on May 17th called The Talk: How Adults Can Promote Young Healthy Relationships and Prevent Misogyny and Sexual Harassment. This report highlights what adults have NOT been doing to help prevent misogyny among teens...

Duration:00:33:21

How to Talk About Racism, Adoption and Parenting a Black Boy in America with Nefertiti Austin

6/23/2020
Nefertiti Austin - Each year, thousands of Americans choose to go through the adoption process to build their families. Those who know me, know that my 2 children were both adopted by my husband and myself and also happen to be full blood siblings. Just a little bit over 12 years ago, we began the adoption process and went through the many feelings that come with adoption, and for us, an open adoption, with our children’s birth family. We did it again just 16 months after my daughter was...

Duration:00:54:07

How to Talk to Kids about Stress Management with Lori Lite – ReLaunch

6/16/2020
Special Guest: Lori Lite More and more, kids are feeling stressed out in today’s world. This is a topic that comes up often- and of course it does, between academics, sports, homework, performance, lack of free play, reduced recess, political unrest, overworked parents and more, kids are being pulled in many directions and so are parents. Stress is part of the landscape in many families. It’s a great privilege to be able to call on the parenting experts who study stress and stress...

Duration:00:40:57

How to Prepare Kids to Thrive in a Rapidly Changing World with Madeline Levine, PhD

6/9/2020
Madeline Levine, PhD - The pandemic is still going strong and the date to open many states is being pushed out further and further. A few states are starting to open here and there but many parents still feel a lot of anxiety around going back to “normal” even as COVID-19 has claimed over a quarter of a million lives across the world, nearly 100, 000 of them in the US. What’s going on is impacting young children, older children and yes, parents too. Of course, parents too! There are...

Duration:00:53:40

How to Talk to White Kids about Race & Racism with Dr. Margaret Hagerman – ReRelease

5/30/2020
This podcast will focus on how white kids are being educated about race and racism in America. While we know from research that black families teach their children about social inequalities, race and racism from an early age, what are white families doing? Are families and communities a place where white kids learn to become racist or a space where they learn to be antiracist or race-conscious? Do white kids learn, within the family paradigm, to challenge racial inequalities? Dr. Margaret...

Duration:00:52:24

How to Parent Through a Pandemic While Letting Go of Perfect with Graeme Seabrook

5/26/2020
Graeme Seabrooke - The pandemic is still going strong and the date to open many states is being pushed out further and further. A few states are starting to open here and there but many parents still feel a lot of anxiety around going back to “normal” even as COVID-19 has claimed over a quarter of a million lives across the world, nearly 100, 000 of them in the US. What’s going on is impacting young children, older children and yes, parents too. Of course, parents too! There are questions of...

Duration:00:56:50

How to Talk to Kids About Being Brave with Margie Warrell – ReLaunch

5/19/2020
Special Guest: Margie Warrell This podcast provides: Tips: Specific tips on what to do to help our children take healthy risks and lead a brave life. Scripts: What to say (and how to show and model) to our kids about getting out of their comfort zone as well as what kinds of risks are worth taking. How to add bravery into everyday experiences The post How to Talk to Kids About Being Brave with Margie Warrell – ReLaunch appeared first on drrobynsilverman.com.

Duration:00:44:14

How to Help Parents Understand & Support their LGBTQ Kids with Kristin Russo

5/5/2020
Kristin Russo - When a child or teen comes out to their parents as gay, parents are often left with many unanswered questions fueled by fear, lack of knowledge or concerns about the wellbeing of their child. The conversations that need to take place are not as much about you answering questions for your child but about your child answering questions for you. Your child has likely been navigating the coming-out process for quite some time, now, you will be faced with decisions about how you...

Duration:00:51:44

How to Talk to Kids about being Mentally Strong with Amy Morin, LCSW – ReRelease

4/28/2020
Special Guest: Amy Morin, LCSW Ever wonder: What is the secret of success? Is it intelligence? Talent? Luck? Perhaps a bit. But more and more the research is telling us that the X-factor—the reason why some people fail and other succeed comes down to grit or what is sometimes referred to as mental toughness or mental strength. What is mental strength? How can we develop it? And How can parents, teachers and coaches help kids to develop mental strength? These are just some of the questions...

Duration:00:44:30

How to Talk to Kids about StepFamilies and Blended Families with Ron L. Deal, MMFT

4/21/2020
Ron L. Deal, MMFT - Every person in a family wants to feel loved and wants to be able to show love to others who they care about and appreciate. And while that concept may be simple- the execution can be surprisingly complicated as not everyone gives and receives love in the same way. Some may desire reassuring physical touch while another person enjoys compliments, encouragement and other words of affirmation. Still others may feel most loved when they receive gifts or their family members...

Duration:01:02:09

How to Raise Joyful Kids In a Stressful World with Katie Hurley – ReRelease

4/14/2020
Special Guest: Katie Hurley This podcast provides: Tips: Katie talks about watching for stress-signs, encouraging play, dealing with differences between parents and children, using empathic listening, using stress words and problem-solving, stop and label, self care, body mapping, deep breathing. Scripts: Instead of problem solving, use some empathic listening and reflect back what your child is saying. Examples are given. Also how to talk to kids about pitching in when parents are...

Duration:00:52:25

How to Talk to Boys about Puberty, Sex, Porn and Body Image with Dr. Cara Natterson

4/7/2020
Dr. Cara Natterson - This podcast will focus on how to decode boys and talk to boys about puberty, sex, porn, nudes and body image. It’s vital that we talk to boys about these tough topics as it’s part of keeping them healthy and safe—and that’s a big part of our job as parents. Dr. Robyn Silverman interviews Dr. Cara Natterson about how to talk to boys about this sensitive subject matter. Boys deserve to have the right information that helps them learn about positive relationships and sex...

Duration:00:57:20

How to Talk to Kids About Anger & Big Feelings with Wendy Young – ReRelease

3/31/2020
Special Guest: Wendy Young This podcast provides: Tips: How to co-regulate How to get off the anger merry-go-round. How to use “a bug and a wish.” How to help kids realize the anger cues How to construct a mad box and why How to process the feelings and interactions after the incident is over. Speaking out loud about our own anger and how we process it N.O.W. Learn how to Normalize, Offer opportunities/strategies, Work with children on managing big feelings Scripts: What to say...

Duration:00:47:00

How to Talk to Kids about Women Who Take Risks & Lead with Diana Kapp

3/24/2020
Diana Kapp - Although hidden from many history books, where credit wasn’t provided, or downplayed in media where coverage skewed towards gains boys and men were making, women have been making strides, creating useful inventions and running companies for longer than we know. But credit needs to be revealed if we are going to ensure that girls and boys have strong female role models and understand that women bring greatness, innovation, indomitable spirit, focus, ingenuity and leadership to...

Duration:00:44:57