Kind en gezin – Litouwen – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Extinction is nature's rule. Over the years, we have lost many animal species to extinction. Few of them are known to us only through books as we never got the chance to see them in real. Many were wiped off the earth by humans, and the abuse continues still. Listen to the immersive stories of animals who got extinct due to human insensitivity and climate change.

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  • Tulips in Tuscany features three moms all raising some pretty incredible children with a diagnosis. On this podcast we dive into sharing stories of hope, chatting about disability, diagnosis, inclusion, advocating, and so much more! We hope you'll join us. Be sure to head to our Instagram for more amazing resources for those touring Holland. Support this podcast:

  • In this podcast we will discuss to ups and downs of fatherhood Support this podcast:

  • Real therapy. Moms smoke weed, grown men throw temper tantrums, and we cope when our boyfriend stabs people. Hate it. Love it. Learn something.

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  • Certified Life Coach, Mentor, YouTuber, and author, Tylesa Smith has defied the odds all while raising two kids on her own. She created the Single Mother Chronicles podcast to uplift, encourage, and inspire single mothers on their journey, while raising kings and queens in today’s society. Join her on Single Mother Chronicles every week just to add a bit of positivity in your day. Support this podcast:

  • This podcast series focuses on the experience of parents of children who have died or are likely to have a short life. Despite advances in health care, children and young people still sadly die from a range of life limiting conditions. The parents in this series have been supported by palliative care teams to face multiple challenges in caring for their children. These parents bravely share the love and beauty of their children and the joy and sadness of their individual experiences. They hope their voices can support, inform, and better prepare other families who may need to face similar challenges. Season One is a collaborative project funded by the Quality of Care Collaborative Australia (QuoCCA) in partnership with The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne and the Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program. Season Two is a collaboration between The Royal Children's Hospital, Victorian Paediatric Palliative Care Program and ​Palliative Care Australia, funded as part of the Paediatric Palliative Care National Action Plan Project. This project received grant funding from the Australian Government. We warmly thank the parents who have generously taken part in this series.

  • Родителями юных читателей Библиотек Юга Москвы, было написано более 70 сказок. Профессиональным жюри, в состав которого вошли генеральный директор Гомельской областной универсальной библиотеки им. В. И. Ленина — Рафеевой Мариной Сергеевной, а также, другими филологами, писателями и публицистами отобраны лучшие сказки, которые вошли в сборник.

  • The title for this podcast comes from the saying the days are long but the years are short. This podcast is something to help you get through those long days. The days where you haven’t slept, the laundry is pilled up and you are lucky if you had time to brush your teeth. I am a trained doula, certified lactation counselor, and past preschool teacher. I wanted to create a place that is nonjudgemental, supportive, open, honest, and safe. We will talk about all things parenthood, pregnancy, postpartum, birth, and life in general. I truly hope you enjoy it.

  • Motherhood by Design is raw and real conversation that’s focused on all things mamahood, conscious parenting and human design.

  • Tuttoscuola ha pensato, come già fatto nel corso del lockdown del 2020 con le Favole al Telefono di Gianni Rodari, di realizzare un audio fiaba da far ascoltare ai più piccoli. All’interno di questo articolo possiamo quindi ascoltare il nostro Sergio Govi leggere “Storia avventurosa di una cagnolina”.

    È una storia bella, come potrete vedere seguendoci nei vari episodi che ogni settimana vi presenteremo.

  • Κάποιοι πιστεύουν πως η μητρότητα δεν έχει manual. Κάποιοι άλλοι αναζητούν μανιωδώς απαντήσεις και πληροφορίες όπου σταθούν κι όπου βρεθούν. Όλα θα ήταν πιο εύκολα αν αναζητούσαν τις πληροφορίες στη σωστή πηγή. Στην Ελληνίδα μάνα, που όλα τα γνωρίζει και για όλα έχει μια αποκρυσταλλωμένη άποψη. Τα podcasts «Η μανούλα ξέρει » από τη Μυρτώ Κάζη δεν είναι τίποτα περισσότερο –αλλά και τίποτα λιγότερο– από τις μεγάλες αλήθειες της Ελληνίδας μάνας. Αλήθειες, απαντήσεις, συμβουλές, μυστικά και tips που δεσμευόμαστε πως θα σας φανούν απρόσμενα χρήσιμα.

  • Being an educator is beyond a full-time job. Whether you’re a teacher or a homeschool parent, the everyday to-do list is endless. Between lesson planning, grading, meetings, and actually teaching, it probably feels impossible to show up for your students without dropping the ball in other areas of your life.

    Wife Teacher Mommy: The Podcast is the show that will bring you the teacher tips, practical strategies, and inspiration that you need to relieve the stress and overwhelm of your day-to-day. Your host, Kelsey Sorenson, is a former teacher and substitute turned homeschool mom. Tune in weekly to hear Kelsey and her guests cheer you on and help you thrive as a wife, teacher, and mommy. Because with a little support and community, you can do it all.

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  • The Plaidcast Junior is an all-ages equestrian podcast geared towards education, tackling the issues that matter to young riders. Topics will range across the equestrian industry, with guests bringing their particular take and expertise to educate and enlighten listeners. Hosted by Piper Klemm, publisher of The Plaid Horse, with guests chosen from a hand-picked team of equestrian experts across the sport. 

  • How do you become an explorer? And what does an explorer do? These are questions we get all the time.
    In this National Geographic Kids podcast, we’ll talk to eleven explorers who contribute to science and exploration through different fields. Learn about the challenges and inspirations they find along the way.
    From digging for ancient artifacts to gazing at the stars, these National Geographic Explorers have had adventures in the farthest-flung reaches of the world, and in their own backyards. They are scientists, explorers, and leaders who took risks and overcame problems to become who they are today.
    We want to share some of their amazing stories with you—and show you How We Explore. 

  • All ages are invited to listen as Miss Allison reads a few chapters a week from an elementary level book. For the fifth and final season the selection is Harriet the Spy by Louise Fitzhugh. Previous seasons include: Alice's Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll (Season 1), The Wonderful Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum (Season 2), the second book in the Wizard of Oz series The Land of Oz by L. Frank Baum (Season 3), and The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett (Season 4).

  • Are you tired of struggling to figure out what to do about your child’s behavior? Do you feel exhausted and frustrated trying to manage your own triggers while at the same time trying to calm your child down and feel like nothing is working? Do you feel guilty after losing your cool 15 minutes into a tantrum and wonder if you’re doing this whole motherhood thing right? Are you wishing there was something that would just work consistently to get your child to listen?

    Hi, I’m Kaili, pediatric occupational therapist and momma to 2 energetic boys and I’m so grateful you are here! I remember what it felt like to struggle with my son’s aggressive behavior. I felt alone. I felt like no one else I knew was going through the same things or could understand what I was going through. And I had no idea what to do. I tried everything I could think of but nothing really seemed to work or that stuck anyway.

    Feeling completely overwhelmed and exhausted, like I was at the end of my rope, I found Hand in Hand parenting and I completely fell in love with the approach. It was everything I had ever dreamed motherhood would be about; training my child in a way that actually felt good and didn’t require rewards and punishments to obey and respect my authority. Plus, it focused on what the child’s behavior actually meant! Resolving things at a root cause level. What could be better than that??

    Needless to say, I was hooked and after implementing the different connection focused strategies I saw more transformation than I ever thought possible. But not just in my son’s behavior, in my ability to remain calm through it all and my confidence in the approach I had chosen. No more comparison or worry of judgment. I knew this was the right path.

    I wanted to make sure other moms out there who were struggling just like I was, had access to this information so I completed a professionals intensive training in Hand in Hand parenting and started sharing it.

    Inside this podcast you will find tips, strategies, and perspective shifts to manage your child’s behavior as well as your triggers, and a constant shove outside the mainstream recommendations to utilize manipulation to change your child’s behavior. We are going to dive deep into how to implement CONNECTION, a vital necessity that the world wants to make us believe our children don’t actually need.

    This is the game-changing, missing link and I’m going to give you tangible steps on how to incorporate it into your daily routines and in those extra challenging moments so your home doesn’t feel like a stressful and chaotic place but rather one where feelings are welcomed, behavior is understood as communication, and joy abounds.

    So get comfy, I know you need a minute to take a rest after all you’ve been doing today, and join me as we jump into managing behaviors through connection!

    XO Kaili

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  • In this podcast, I talk to my family and relatives about their life, memories and different stages of life. The podcast is held in my native language - Lithuanian. | Šiame podcast'e, lietuviškai tinklalaidėje, aš atveriu jums duris į mano šeimos istoriją.Šie įrašai yra mano bandymai prakalbinti tuos, kurie su prisiminimais gyvena jau 9-tą dešimtį. Norėjimas pateikti jų mintis tokias, kokios jos yra - papasakotas su lengvu kasdieniu tarmišku dialektu, emocijomis, šypsena ar nostalgija.

  • No matter what it looks like or who lives there, home is a place where we should feel safe and loved. Where we talk about God, learn about God’s story and discover how we can play our part in it to impact the world around us. Making our home for faith — a place where God is present, loved, and celebrated — takes practice. Every prayer, every moment of quiet gratitude, and every kind word strengthens our faith, our hearts, and our home.
    This season on Making Our Home For Faith, the podcast, we’re working the spiritual practice of Compline, prayers we say at bedtime. Each episode features a different family sharing the peace and beauty of this ancient practice with you.
    Listen to it around the table when you’re coloring or playing with LEGOs. Or pile together in your pajamas in the bed. It doesn’t matter how or where you do it, as long as you open your hearts and homes to this family’s prayers.
    So, grab your Book of Common Prayer, turn to page 127 to follow along, or go to the Cathedral
    website and use the "Making Our Home for Faith" button on the homepage.
    May your home be blessed and strengthened this evening as we Make Our Home For Faith together.

  • Подкаст о том, как по-настоящему выглядит родительство и с чем сталкиваются мамы и папы в первые годы жизни ребёнка. Здесь мы обсуждаем свои вопросы, тревоги, страхи, безумную любовь и все прелести быть родителем.