In the lead up to Season 4 (which airs next week!) we are releasing a replay of the “Kids and Discipline” episode from Season 2. Deana and Kira talk about discipline, what it is versus what it’s not and why boundaries are such an important part of raising adults.
Be sure to join us for the first episode of Season 4 on July 20th!
Deana and Kira share an awesome new FREE resource for parents who are confused or concerned about how to best keep their kids well educated next year. The Getting It Together Summit is totally free and is running July 15,16 and 17 to help parents figure out exactly what their options are for next year AND how to stay healthy and balanced as a family. There are 37 speakers to choose from on a ton of different topics related to education, health and wellness in this crazy time we are in.
In the first week of the break before Season 4 launches we are replaying our episode on Emotional Intelligence where Kira offers strategic principles for instilling EI in children. She also shares her accessible “3Ns” strategy for handling big feelings.
In their Season Three finale Kira and Deana challenge listeners to pick one or two things they are going to focus on while Raising Adults breaks for two weeks (look out for replays of two of our most popular episodes each week of the break!). The co-hosts share their choices and ask listeners to join them on the journey! Season Four airs on July 20th!
Check out our online resources while we break – don’t forget listeners get a discount if they use the code RAISINGADULTS
Deana and Kira talk with Dr. Lucretia Berry of Brownicity.com. Dr. Berry shares ways to talk about skin hue, race, anti-racism and more with our children as well as why these conversations are crucial to raising adults. She also discusses some of the key components in the conversation that parents often miss as well as what happens when we allow fear to prevent us from having these conversations at all.
Kira and Deana speak with Lifestyle Coach and Nutrition Expert Andrea Dahlman about ways parents can create margin in their lives so they can move from always “doing” into truly “being”. She shares the 3 ways parents can start creating sustainable life changes, find space for the things in their lives that matter to them and the revolutionary word every human being needs to incorporate into their vocabulary.
Deana and Kira talk about how to teach kids to embrace failure, learn positive self-talk, and let go of the message society sends that failure is a bad thing. They also share the importance of separating the mistake from the person so that we can honor the feelings that come up when they make a mistake and move forward in a way that helps kids learn and grow.
Kira and Deana discuss ways to lean in to kids’ big dreams as well as the pitfalls leaning in can cause. Deana shares a practical three-step strategy and Kira shares a few of the big ideas she’s leaned into. Together they talk about what went well, what went sideways, and what they hope their children take from the pursuit itself.
Deana and Kira speak with Rachel Rothman, a childhood nutrition expert from Nutrition in Bloom. Rachel debunks many nutrition myths and offers a perspective you’ve likely never heard before. She discusses picky eaters, new ways to encourage kids to try new foods, as well as why it’s okay to ignore the suggested “5 a day” in order to take the pressure off of parents and kids. If you have picky eaters or worry about your child’s nutrition this is episode is a must!
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