5 Helpful Parenting Podcasts To Listen To

Podcasts are a great tool to have when you’re eager to learn, but you’re too busy being a supermom or superdad to sit down and read a book. You can listen to them in the car, in the shower, during a workout, while you’re cleaning or even while cooking dinner.

Here are some of our favorite parenting podcasts.

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Ways to Get Your Teenage Daughter to Warm Up to You

If you’re the parent of a teenage girl, then you’re probably wondering, “Where the heck did my little girl go and who is this angry tiny adult in my home!?” Don’t worry – you’re not alone.

Your daughter is going through crazy changes that are throwing her emotions all over the place. She’s going through her first experiences with love, puberty, heartbreaks, friend fights, peer pressure and academic stress. Every little inconvenience feels like the end of the world for her, and that’s why you’ve got to remember to get out of her way when she’s upset, and be there for her when she needs you most. Obviously, there will be some exceptions when it comes to parenting.

Here are some ways to get your teenage daughter to warm up to you when she’s acting her coldest.

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Three Questions to Ask Your Child Every Night

After a long day of work, errands and carpool, it’s easy to forget to engage your child in real conversation. You know, questions that are deeper than your typical “how was school today?,” or “did you like your dinner?”

However, it’s very important that you don’t forget to have real talks with your kids because if you do, you’re missing out on a great opportunity to teach your kids how to healthily communicate with others and express their feelings.

Every night before bed, we suggest you ask your kids these three questions:

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