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  • A conversation concerning all things “Bonus Moms”. Join Charmaine Broome, founder/CEO of Blended Families Rock, Inc. as she discusses the ups, downs, ins, outs, joys, and pains of being a Bonus Mom. Listen as she teaches, inspires, and empowers Bonus Moms around the world to be better. Even when one has lost hope. She unleashes the hard truths, the harsh realities, and what others are afraid to say about this lifestyle. All while letting you know there is hope in becoming the best at one of the worlds most rewarding jobs, and ensuring you’re not alone. She is “The Bonus Mom Coach”.

  • Avslutt kveldsstellet med små, underfundige fortellinger som får barna i sovestemning før du sovner selv. Hør alle episodene i appen NRK Radio

  • The Yorkshire Terrier Explained
    The Yorkshire Terrier, affectionately known as the Yorkie, is a small dog breed with a big personality. Known for its luxurious silky coat and spunky character, the Yorkie has become a beloved companion worldwide. Originating in England during the Industrial Revolution, this breed's journey from a ratting dog to a fashionable lapdog is as fascinating as its distinctive appearance. This essay explores the Yorkshire Terrier's origins, characteristics, and role in modern society.
    Historical Background
    The Yorkshire Terrier was developed during the 19th century in the county of Yorkshire, England. The breed emerged from the Waterside Terrier, a small Scottish breed brought to England by weavers who migrated for work during the Industrial Revolution. These terriers were initially bred for catching rats in mills, a valuable trait in industrial settings.
    Development as a Companion Dog
    Over time, the Yorkshire Terrier was crossbred with other terrier breeds, possibly including the Skye Terrier and the now-extinct Paisley Terrier, to refine its size and coat. The breed’s transformation from a working-class ratter to a fashionable companion for Victorian ladies was marked by its growing popularity in English society.
    Size and Appearance
    Yorkshire Terriers are toy-sized dogs, typically weighing around 7 pounds. They are known for their fine, straight, and silky coat, which is steel blue and tan. Yorkies hold themselves in an upright, confident manner, with a compact body and a well-proportioned head.
    Grooming Needs
    Their luxurious coat is hypoallergenic but requires regular grooming. Many owners choose to keep their Yorkies in a “puppy cut” for easier maintenance, but the traditional show ring appearance involves a long, flowing coat that reaches the ground.
    Despite their small size, Yorkies possess a bold and confident temperament. They are energetic, affectionate, and loyal to their owners. Their alertness and tendency to bark make them excellent watchdogs.
    Adaptability Yorkshire Terriers adapt well to different living environments, making them suitable for both city and country living. They thrive on human companionship and can suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for long periods. Common Health Issues
    Yorkies are generally healthy but can be prone to dental issues, hypoglycemia, and certain genetic conditions like patellar luxation. Their small size also makes them more susceptible to injury.
    Exercise and Diet Although they are active indoors, Yorkies need regular exercise to maintain their health and happiness. A balanced diet appropriate for small breeds is essential to keep them in good condition.
    As Companion Animals
    Yorkshire Terriers have become one of the most popular companion animals, particularly favored by those who appreciate their compact size and lively personality. They are often seen as a symbol of luxury and have been popularized by celebrities and in popular culture.
    In Shows and Competitions
    Yorkies are a staple in dog shows, admired for their beautiful coats and graceful demeanor. They also excel in various dog sports and competitions, showcasing their agility and intelligence.
    The Yorkshire Terrier, from its humble beginnings as a ratter in industrial England to its status as a cherished companion, represents a remarkable evolution. Their adaptability, spirited personality, and elegant appearance make them a favorite among dog lovers. The Yorkie exemplifies how a breed can transcend its working-class roots to become a symbol of companionship and style in the modern world. Thanks for listening to Quiet Please. Remember to like and share wherever you get your podcasts.

  • Want to get smarter in less than 10 minutes? Then check the Daily Facts podcast that brings you interesting and surprising facts from around the world every day! Did you know that the longest recorded flight of a chicken lasted for 13 seconds? Or that there's a species of jellyfish that can essentially live forever? With the Daily Facts podcast, you'll learn something new and fascinating with every episode. Tune in daily and impress your friends with your newfound knowledge. Listen now on your favorite podcast platform.
    Hosted by Amalia Dupray and Montgomery Jones.

  • Engasjement, utforskertrang og skaperglede i skoledagen.

  • Fantorangen og Pivi forteller rare og morsomme vitser hele familien kan le av. Hør alle episodene i appen NRK Radio

  • Your family can do things differently and the payoffs are worth it! Each week on the Family Goals Podcast, Graham and Shay Cochrane share hope and actionable wisdom around the areas of marriage, family culture, parenting, money, work, and entrepreneurship.

  • Mens Daidalos og Daidalosa sover om natten, blir Labyrinten til robotenes lekeplass. Da kan de gjøre hva de vil – så lenge de ikke blir oppdaget! Hør alle episodene i appen NRK Radio

  • Fortellingen om hva som skjedde med Jesus og disiplene hans i påsken. Fortalt gjennom øynene til disippelen Peter får vi høre om hva som skjedde på palmesøndag, skjærtorsdag, langfredag og Påskemorgen. Løst basert på utdrag fra boka "Menneskesønnen" av Peter Madsen.

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  • Häng med bakom kulisserna i Lojsan och Busters kaotiska vardag. Hur får man en relation att hålla som egenföretagare med 3 barn, ett hus att ta hand om och en massa ADHD? Tillsammans med Lojsan och Buster går man in på djupet hur relationen och sexlusten hålls vid liv i en fartfylld vardag, och hur det är att leva med en partner med ADHD. Duon kommer även med hjälp av terapeuter, coacher och andra gäster hitta nyckeln till ett lyckat förhållande.

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  • En sann historie om 12 år gamle Ida. Hun blir kjent med Jake gjennom en gruppe på Snapchat. Han sier han er 15 år og kommer fra et annet land. De snakker sammen hver dag og Ida blir forelsket. Men noe skurrer. Er Jake den han sier han er?

  • En podcast med den intetnanende men nysjerrige østlendingen Petter Lavern og lokalhistoriker Bjørn Bagge, som har skrevet flere bøker om historien til Bergen helt tilbake til den spede begynnelse.

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  • As loving fathers directly influenced and empowered by ADHD, we live out a mission of focus on emotional intelligence and empathy toward our families, and in our daily walk. Join us in our journey as we stumble, laugh, reflect, and grow. We started the ADHDads movement to share our stories with ADHD and life to strengthen our relationships, and gain knowledge and wisdom along the way. As we expand our library, we will grow our network of experts to dive deep into the superpower of ADHD, and sharpen our skills to care for our loved ones—those gifted with neurodivergence, and the “normies." Support this podcast:

  • At UCLA, we believe an informed and supportive family plays an integral role in a student’s educational success. To that end, Bruin Family Insights, presented by Wescom, is here to equip families with knowledge to help you get to know UCLA better, and encourage your student to thrive during their time at UCLA and beyond.

  • Kunnskap om ungdom i dagens samfunn og nyttige verktøy til foreldre.

    En podcast gitt ut av IOGT i Norge hvor generalsekretær Hanne Cecilie Widnes og politisk rådgiver Nils Johan Garnes snakker med interessante gjester i studio.

  • Tonje, a compassionate voice on a mission, engages in transformative conversations with survivors, experts, therapists, her own child, and even those who have caused harm – all with the aim of crafting better strategies to reduce the alarming rates of sexual abuse and childhood trauma.

    How do you navigate the delicate terrain of discussing trauma?

    Tonje, a survivor of childhood abuse, embarks on a healing journey, contemplating whether the cycle of intergenerational trauma can morph into a spiral. As she discovers her own emotional immaturity, she explores the concept of "traumaing" – reacting to triggers and feeling unsafe. But the big question lingers: How does this impact those around her? Can shedding light on the healing process help the children of traumatized parents endure their own struggles? Perhaps, by addressing trauma early, we can even prevent its occurrence through discussions in schools.

    Hurt People, Hurt People.

    When we find ourselves on the path to healing, is it possible to break free from the shackles of intergenerational trauma? Tonje ponders the notion of avoiding causing harm to others when one's own healing journey has not yet commenced. Could open conversations with our closest relationships transform the cycle into a spiral? Acknowledging that some of our trauma inevitably affects those around us, Tonje emphasizes the importance of sharing the message that they are not to blame. This act of understanding might just be the catalyst needed to initiate their healing, potentially preventing a prolonged cycle of pain and confusion.

    Join Tonje in the empowering journey of "Breaking Chains, Building Spirals," where conversations become catalysts for healing, understanding, and breaking free from the binds of intergenerational trauma.

    Please send your questions or comments to [email protected]

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  • Join host Dayna Miller in exploring the diverse world of motherhood. Each episode, she shares her own journey and interviews a new mom, delving into their birth experiences and the joys and challenges of early parenthood.

    This podcast celebrates motherhood in all its forms, offering support, understanding, and a community for mothers everywhere. Tune in for heartfelt stories and honest discussions about the adventure of being a mom.