- Do you want to be financially independent?
- Do you want to leave a multi-generational wealth to your family?
- Do you want to have an income that meets or exceeds your current monthly cost of living?
There’s a new book out that’s called ZagZig Parenting. It’s a collection of authentic, vulnerable stories about the chaos of the modern family, written by a career-driven mom of four children, with commentary from her husband, the stay-at-home dad. Read the rest of this entry »
What do you think about how body image is portrayed in today’s society? Are you concerned how your children are receiving these messages? Do you want to learn how to teach your children positive body image? Read the rest of this entry »
Almost 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce and Researchers estimate that 41 percent of all first marriages end in divorce. So about every 13 seconds, there is a divorce in America.
Why are people divorcing in the united states?
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69% of Americans are losing sleep over financial worries. This includes money, retirement, healthcare, healthcare bill/premiums and educational expenses. Educational expenses have become even bigger than anxiety over ordinary bills.
A new report just came out by Common Sense Media & it found that our children are spending on average 9 hours a day on technology like watching TV, playing video games, reading, listening to music and checking social media. And the 9 hours does not include time spent using media at school or for their homework.
"Just as a house under construction is not as solid as a completed building, the teen brain is more sensitive than its adult counterpart." - Gregory Gerdeman, assistant professor of biology at Eckerd College
Marijuana edibles can come in brownies, candies, chocolate bars, chips, cookies, drinks, snacks, spreads and more. Edibles account for nearly half of accidental exposures. About twice as many kids visited the Children’s Hospital Colorado emergency room per year in 2014 and 2015 as did in years prior to the opening of recreational marijuana stores.
Alcohol is the most widely used substance of abuse among America's youth. People aged 12 to 20 years drink 11% of all alcohol consumed in the United States. More than 90% of this alcohol is consumed in the form of binge drinks.
Since the brain doesn’t fully develop until about the age of 25. Drinking is more harmful to teens than adults. Drinking during this critical growth period can lead to behavioral problems and brain function, particularly as it relates to memory, motor skills, and coordination…Changes in brain development that may have life-long effects.
Studies show that teens of today have the same stress and anxiety level of a 1950’s psychiatric patient. Things that make you feel stressed are called "stressors." Stressors can be minor hassles, major lifestyle changes, or a combination of both. What are the major issues that are causing stress in our teens? School, Family, Physical & Emotional Change, Social Life, Time and Sports. Read the rest of this entry »
New book - “How to Survive Elementary School”
Our guest, Author Roseanney Liu, is a freelance writer and ESL teacher. With her husband Daniel Getting, she is raising their kids Morgan and Jackson who attends the Los Angeles public school system. She is experienced teaching adult students from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds and loves traveling with her family.
Our Guest Michelle Padilla is about to graduate with a BA degree in human services at the University of Dominguez Hills. She radio host for KDHR and is on the commission board for the City Of Carson. Radio show www.kdhr.net
Our Guest Karen Ford Cull is currently the Interim President of South Bay Down Syndrome Association which will evolve into a Community Group of Club 21 Learning and Resource Center. With a group of other parents, they started the association in 2009. Read the rest of this entry »
OUR EXPERT GUEST IS BRIAN CHAO. He is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania. He previously attended Mira Costa High School and is from Manhattan Beach, CA. He is currently studying Cognitive Science and is very interested in pursuing a potential career in clinical psychology, experimental psychology, or mental health policy. He is currently involved in multiple mental wellness organizations at Penn.
OUR GUEST CO-HOST IS ANNA PIRKL She is a Licensed Marital and Family Therapist, CCAPP RADT-1 and Registered Art Therapist. She now specializes in addiction and recovery work, complex trauma, and anxiety. Read the rest of this entry »
Our Guest is Michelle Manarino. She has worked in the field of nutrition since 2000. She received her degree in food and nutrition and has earned additional certifications in Adult Weight Management and Intuitive Eating. Michele has extensive experience working with eating disordered patients. Read the rest of this entry »
Our Guest is Christine Alisa. She is a traditionally based clinician, an Alternative Therapist & Author. She is a Marriage Family Therapist in private practice for over 25 years, an international speaker and trainer of therapists in over 7 countries.
Her #1 best selling books are 1) Your Itty Bitty Communicating With Your Teenager Book: 15 Steps to Creating A Better Relationship With Your Teen and 2) Wondrous Places of the Heart; Alternative Therapy with Children