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  • In this podcast we will talk about topics that are important for you as a somali parent. The children are the most valuable we have! The pod is in somali.

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  • Encouragement for single parents in their current season with practical tips and advice with grace and hope. Where your single parenting journey and God's grace collide!

  • Welcome to our Spotify podcast, providing soothing sounds and white noise to help parents and babies sleep peacefully. Our episodes feature calming sounds, including rain, ocean waves, and lullabies, designed to promote relaxation and improve sleep quality.

    As parents, we understand the importance of quality sleep. Our podcast is curated to create a peaceful environment to help soothe and calm babies to sleep, ideal for new parents struggling with sleep.

    Subscribe to our podcast today and let our episodes lull you into a deep and restful sleep.

  • A show for families seeking to raise children who love and follow Jesus, hosted by Jennifer Dennis, Children's Director for the CityRise Network, and produced by Justin Kellough, Media Arts Pastor for the CityRise Network.

  • Your eighteen-year-old is legally an adult, but your relationship with them is just as important as ever. Your conversations won’t end when they graduate; they will change. Allowing teens to make decisions now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to offer support, will make them more successful when they leave home. Now is the time to make the most of conversations you have with your teen. Being the parent you want to be for your teen is not easy. There are numerous things parents and those in a parenting role can work on today to encourage a strong relationship with their teen. This relationship will allow you to support your teen in managing their own behavior, solving problems, and making healthy choices. ParentingMontana.org gives parents and those in a parenting role the chance to cultivate their skills while utilizing a process and tools to engage their teens in meaningful conversations. This podcast shares resources from the website that will teach you to support your teen in developing crucial social and emotional skills.

    Raising a teenager comes with excitement and anxiety as they grow their independence. Parents and those in a parenting role will benefit from the process and tools that ParentingMontana.org provides to support their teens’ growth during this significant time of development and change. The Montana Department of Health and Human Services joined forces with the Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University to encourage healthy mental, emotional, and behavioral growth through ParentingMontana.org. These tools were initially developed for parents and those in a parenting role in Montana. However, the tools are relevant and applicable to parents everywhere.

    Through this podcast you will learn a five-step process: Gain Input, Teach, Practice, Support, and Recognize. Making the most of your daily interactions with your teen using this process helps them to understand themselves and solve problems while growing a trusting relationship with you. You and your teen will gain confidence using the process and will be prepared to navigate challenges today and in years to come. Preparing your teen to face struggles and build life skills requires respectful communication and a healthy relationship. The tools available for parenting your eighteen-year-old include: Anger, Back Talk, Bullying, Chores, Confidence, Conflict, Discipline, Establishing Rules About Alcohol, Friends, Homework, Listening, Lying, Mixed Messages About Alcohol, Peer Pressure, Reading, Routines, and Stress. Listen now to make the most of the time you have with your eighteen-year-old!

  • As your seventeen-year-old matures, they will need to test their limits and the rules in order to internalize them. This can lead to power struggles, especially since at times seventeen-year-olds feel like adults. Parenting a teen is not an easy journey. There are small things parents and those in a parenting role can do today to foster a strong relationship with their teen while supporting them to manage their own behavior, solve problems, and make healthy choices. ParentingMontana.org gives parents and those in a parenting role the opportunity to grow their skills using a process and tools to engage their teens in important conversations. This podcast gives you access to resources from the website that will allow you to support your teen in developing the social and emotional skills crucial for their success. Honest communication with your teen utilizing the process available in this podcast will build the relationship necessary for enjoying the teen years and beyond.

    Raising a teen is an adventure that comes with a lot of excitement as well as worry. Parents and those in a parenting role will appreciate the process and tools that ParentingMontana.org offers to support their teens’ growth during this important time of development and change. The Montana Department of Health and Human Services teamed with the Center for Health and Safety Culture at Montana State University to promote healthy mental, emotional, and behavioral development using ParentingMontana.org. The site was originally created to offer skill building to parents in Montana, yet the tools can benefit parents and those in a parenting role anywhere.

    This podcast teaches a five-step process: Gain Input, Teach, Practice, Support, and Recognize. Engaging your teen in the process through your daily interactions helps them to understand themselves and problem solve while building a genuine relationship with you. With time, you and your teen will become more natural using the process and will be equipped to navigate challenges today and down the road. Supporting your teen to face struggles and build life skills requires clear communication and a healthy relationship. The topics and tools available for parenting your seventeen-year-old include: Anger, Back Talk, Bullying, Chores, Confidence, Conflict, Discipline, Establishing Rules About Alcohol, Friends, Homework, Listening, Lying, Mixed Messages About Alcohol, Peer Pressure, Reading, Routines, and Stress. Listen now to support your teen in building skills for their successful future.

  • Bedtime Stories with Nanna Chelle is a bedtime story podcast for young children. I'm a nanna who lives hours away from my grandchildren, so miss out on the privilege of tucking them in and reading them a bedtime story. I believe this podcast is the next best thing. Mum or dad can take the night off and let Nanna Chelle read to them via audio. The added benefit of hearing my voice is that it promotes connection between grandchild and grandparent, something I hope will strengthen our bond.

    My wish is that this may also bring comfort to any other little ones who may not have their nanna nearby.

  • Does living on one income feel impossible? I mean cutting costs takes too much time. Saving money is all but nonexistent, all because you can’t stick to the budget and bringing in more income while you’re taking care of the kids just feels like you’re adding to the juggling act…

    Mama, am I glad that you found me!

    In this podcast you will learn how to live abundantly WITHOUT bringing in more income (unless you want to 😜)! You will learn how to cut costs without using up all of your time, how to save money and make it grow for you, and create a budgeting system that keeps you sticking to the budget like a pro, so you can finally go on that family vacation. And this is all based on a solid faith led foundation.

    Hey, I’m Molly. A Stay at Home Mom of 2 beautiful baby girls, wife and Jesus Lover. And for over half of my life I have lived on one income. First as a child with my parents, then as a college student living on my own and finally as a Stay at Home Mom. Through the many stages of living on one income I have learned how to manage my money, created many budgets until I found the one that I can stick to and how to be frugal so that I can still enjoy living my life. And it’s this that I am so excited to share with you!

    If you are ready to finally live abundantly on one income WITHOUT bringing in more income…
    Create a budget that you can stick with, cut costs without cutting into your time, and save money for that family vacation, all while leaning on God - this podcast is for you!

    Head on in so together we can track, goal set and keep you on budget!

    Next Steps:
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    Join the FREE Community - bit.ly/theoneincomefamilycommunity
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    Book a Coaching Call - bit.ly/budgetcheckup
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    Become a One Income Family Insider - bit.ly/theoneincomefamilyinsider
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    Questions? Email me at [email protected]

  • Welcome to The Midlife Momma Podcast: Grace for the Next Phase of Parenting. Join me, Pamela Henkelman, a certified Empty Nest Coach and proud momma of five, as we navigate this transformative journey together. Discover practical wisdom and heartfelt discussions on setting boundaries, finding purpose, learning effective communication, and relying on the unwavering strength of your faith. If you are an empty nest momma seeking guidance and support in your empty nest, tune in to feel confident, experience peace, and build a stronger connection with your adult child. Pamela invites experts once a month including, Suzy Mighell, creator behind the popular brand, Empty Nest Blessed and authors, Jennifer Dukes Lee and Mary DeMuth. Check out episode 63, because it’s a fan favorite. Embrace the joy of this season of motherhood and have confidence in your empty nest, on The Midlife Momma Podcast.

  • Two moms giving an honest take on parenting. Sharing their stories and life hacks.

  • Introducing the "I Am Human. This Is My Dog." podcast - the show devoted to putting the individual back into the dog, as well as their human, while also examining difficult, and oftentimes controversial, animal welfare-related topics that have been largely ignored, but are critical for real progress. For more information, visit: https://riverfirefilms.com/podcast/ Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/riverfirefilms/support

  • The 4 Fit Fatherhood podcast with conversations with dope dads covering the 4 Pillars of Fatherhood, the Fit Fatherhood Formula= faith + family + finance + fitness Follow the podcast @ www.4fitfatherhood.com Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/4fitfatherhood/support

  • parents guilty conscience..is about parents who leave their children behind, for many years, in pursuit of job opportunities in foreign countries and the effects on themselves as parents and even more importantly, multifaceted impact on the children. In this podcast, we delve deeper into the lives of the children left behind without the parental love, their emotional detachment from absent parents, the manipulation they may experience from others (eg. relatives, friends etc), the turmoil they undergo and their yearning for love. Furthermore, we discuss the financial burden that comes with the separation and the sneaky tactics of by the very people you trust (eg. black mail). And lastly, we explore the path to healing.

    you always end up being a victim of guilty conscience
    Being sensitive to the effects of every action.
    Overwhelmed by possibly making the “wrong” decision.
    Low self-esteem.
    Putting others before yourself until it's detrimental.
    Avoiding your full range of emotions.
    crying alot
    Anxiety
    the fear of the unknown

    Am excited to say am officially an Author
    My book Cherobet is out you can order on Amazon Barnes and noble kindle ebooks

  • As believing parents, we know how important it is to raise our kids with love and intentionality. We want to give our kids a full picture of God’s love for them every day! But some days, it’s really hard! We are stretched thin, tired, and often feel unequipped. The Christian Parenting Podcast gives parents the space and resources to set aside perfection and grow into the perfectly imperfect parents God made them to be. Join host Steph Thurling and her guests as they discuss practical tips and spiritual guidance for your parenting journey.

  • Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/hope-newkirt/subscribeThis is simply a podcast that will feature me and my son sometimes my daughter doing story time! Story time is huge in our house so we do it often!! My son is 4, so I along with my daughter will be reading age appropriate stories and sharing this moment with you!

  • Being a mom can be challenging and rewarding all at the same time. When I learned to start praying for my kids, God started pouring His blessings out over my family. So, join with me as I connect scripture with prayer over our kids, and watch the power of God pour blessings over your family.

  • This podcast is for new parents - Level 1: Baby/Toddler - who need someone to relate with them. Let’s cry, laugh, and process through parenting life while pursuing the wisdom God offers us! Don’t walk through this season alone!Love, The Jones Family Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/level1parenting/support