How Divorce Impacts Teenagers: 13-18 Years Old

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[display_podcast] We have been discussing how divorce effects children differently, depending on their ages.  It’s so important to be aware of this when a family is experiencing divorce, in order to help your child cope in ways that are most beneficial to them in their age group.  Today we will discuss how divorce impacts teens, ages 13-18 years of age. As teens grow so does their desire to be independent.  They still need you however.  Though it may seem they are rebelling against you and what … [Read more...]

The Daren Streblow Comedy Show Mini-Cast 64: Teen Deaf, Wil Twynstra & Carlos Oscar

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[display_podcast] My teenage son struggles from a condition that I call “Teen Deaf”. It affects his ears and mostly his brain. According to my mother, the condition is hereditary, though I haven’t confirmed from two independent sources yet. An example of this condition: I tell him, “mow the lawn”. He replies, “Uhh… I don’t know what you mean.” “I said, ‘mow the lawn’.” “I don’t understand.” “Take the lawn mower. Start it. Push it over the lawn in an overlapping pattern, thus cutting the gr … [Read more...]

Real Stuff My Dad Says 57: Watch What You Say!

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[display_podcast] Hola y bienvenidos a “Cosas de Verdad me Papa Dice”, el podcast donde hablamos de cosas de me padre realmente hace decir. If you don’t speak Spanish, then it’s pretty obvious that he words (or more specifically the languages) that we use to communicate with one another matter.  They matter a lot! And, when it comes to communicating to our loved ones, author Gary Chapman wrote about five different “Love Languages” that we use.  But we all don’t instinctively speak the same lov … [Read more...]

Blending Your StepFamily 42: Parenting ‘Tweens During A Divorce or Separation

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[display_podcast] Children ages nine-to-twelve, often referred to as Tweens, are able to speak about their feelings and they understand the reality of their family situations.  When their parents separate or divorce, they usually try hard to handle their feelings of sadness, anger and anxiety. They may handle things very resourcefully and disguise their feelings from everyone. Many become active in play as a way to cope. Some may also help out with new responsibilities or otherwise “manage” thin … [Read more...]

An Examined Life with Jeff Allen 12: Jeff (Jeffy) Fisher

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[display_podcast] Jeff (Jeffy) Fisher (@jeffymra) of the Glenn Beck Program joins the show this week, and we discuss everything from parenting to comedy to university life for the modern athlete.First off, Jeffy talks about the perils of working in radio, and moving around the country at record pace – and his career path is much more stable than most people who work in radio.  I remember working in different clubs all over and “meeting” the same radio guy three times in three different ci … [Read more...]

Ouxano 59: 1 Samuel part 6 – Parenting Tips from Eli

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[display_podcast] In 1 Samuel 3, we find little Samuel hearing from God while sleeping in the Tabernacle:2 One night Eli, who was almost blind by now, had gone to bed. 3 The lamp of God had not yet gone out, and Samuel was sleeping in the Tabernacle near the Ark of God. 4 Suddenly the Lord called out, “Samuel!”“Yes?” Samuel replied. “What is it?” 5 He got up and ran to Eli. “Here I am. Did you call me?”“I didn’t call you,” Eli replied. “Go back to bed.” So he did.6 Then the Lord  … [Read more...]


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