Kind en gezin – Verenigde Staten – Nieuwe podcasts

  • Award-winning ex-BBC journalist Andrew Gold interviews fascinating minds & quirky outsiders, from a Westboro Baptist Church defector and a female Mormon psychopath to Amanda Knox and Richard Dawkins. New eps Mon & Thu.

  • Comedic interviews where The Speech Prof (Chesko) and a rotating guest talk comedy and kindness while giving bad advice to questions from my followers that they submit without context.

  • A Disneyland Resort based podcast by 2 life long Disneyland enthusiasts who love Walt's Park. This show is full of good, clean fun and research always takes a back seat. Hosts, Jungle Cruiser and Yo Ho Joe, Aboard The Disneyland Railroad (In their imaginations) and take it to different areas within the Disneyland Resort (Attractions, shows, restaurants, etc.) They discuss fun facts, hidden Mickeys and memorable moments for each area. Support this podcast:

  • Welcome to our Discussioncast! Where we're going to delve into the beautiful and challenging journey of being a partner and parent. With a population of over 8 billion on Earth, there are countless approaches to parenting and partnership, and we want to explore them all. We're not just looking at this from a western perspective but from a range of diverse backgrounds, including different countries, religions, races, education levels, financial situations, and lifestyles. Our goal is to showcase how people from all walks of life are tackling this important role and to prove that there is no one "right" way to do it. The Hunny Bunny family is a multicultural and energetic family that has merged their cultures.  The father is a caregiver, while the mother holds a prominent position at a German DAX business. This has enabled them to reside in several nations over the previous 13 years, including China, Japan, Hong Kong, Germany, and Dubai. They are now a global family that has embraced a variety of cultures and lifestyles, resulting in greater resilience, flexibility, and communication. They consistently pursue their own objectives rather than conform to societal norms. Through our real conversations, weโ€™ll discover that every family has its own set of challenges and successes and that there's no right or wrong way to approach it. What matters most is finding the way that works best for you and your family. Join us as we explore the different ways people are making it work, and how you can too. 

  • Waiting to adopt can feel lonely and draining. The Adoption Wait podcast offers support, practical advice, and hope through the stories of adoptive parents who have been through it.

  • Join author, dog trainer, and behavior expert Sarah Hodgson as she provides training advice, talks to other experts, and demystifies dog behavior one podcast at a time!

  • Welcome to the Snorts, Slobber, & K9 Adventures Podcast – a podcast for dogs and their humans that provides tips, tools, and resources for caring for your adventure pup, living the adventure life, and unleashing your inner explorer. Hear from industry experts and dog parents with personal experience dealing with everything from health to behavioral challenges as we dig into a variety of important topics. Each episode delivers inspiration through personal stories, and sniffs out fun exploration through a candid review of adventure spots. Since every place you explore with your pup is an adventure, we review trails, mountains, beaches, national landmarks, and neighborhood parks. So, sit, stay, and get ready for some great information — it’ll be a treat!

  • Think Cats. Think The Cat Protection Society of Victoria. 

    Hosted by our Cat Protection Society team of Veterinarians, Animal Behaviourists and our Adoption Shelter and Foster Care team, our Purrfect Podcast is dedicated to helping cat-lovers ensure they can provide their fabulous feline family member (or members) with a happy, healthy and safe nine-lives. We celebrate the amazing bond that exists between cats and their humans and recognize the incredible role that cats can play as companion animals.

  • Each weekday holistic councillor Tracy Malone will deliver a positive affirmation or idea that parents can listen to with their kids in the car, before bed or when they're going through a tough time. In a world full of anxiety, bad news and bully's, this podcast is all about Positive Kid Vibes!

  • Hello toi ! 
    Bienvenue sur Daily Poney, 
    le podcast de la vraie vie de cavalière où on aborde des sujets pas toujours simple dans le milieu de l'équitation ๐Ÿด Mais c'est également une safe place où les proriétaires peuvent me parler de leur histoire sans jugement ni critique โœŒ๏ธ 
    Si tu souhaites participer à ce podcast n'hesite pas à écrire à l'adresse : [email protected]

    On se retrouve sur instagram si tu as des questions  : @origandepezerole

  • Welcome to The Play On Words Podcast with Miss Beth, founder of Big City Readers. As a private education practice builder, parent, teacher, and child advocate, Miss Beth has developed a huge following all over the world. Her passion for child development, social-emotional development, and learning to read as a social justice issue drives her to help kids beyond the learning-to-read years. In this easy to understand education  podcast, Miss Beth shares her expertise on how school is not always set up to help kids and how parents and teachers can work together to support every child's learning. Listening to miss beth feels like a call with a friend and will leave you feeling empowered and equipped to help your child not only learn using  evidence based research, but have fun doing it. Tune in for tips on hot topics like school tours, family values, conversations with your child's school, teaching your child to read, and empowering you and your child to advocate for their learning style.

  • Being a mom can be rewarding and tough. Staying organized is not an easy challenge. Join me, Mariela De Santiago, weekly to talk about all things mama related to help make your life easier. Let's talk through the nonexistent parent manual we should have gotten while opening up about postpartum, breastfeeding, feeding baby solids, your first period after baby and more. We'll take a few minutes to share how to keep life balanced while keeping up with your kids! Want to be a guest on our show? Shoot us an email [email protected]. Instagram: @mamawearsathleisure

  • Honest conversations about becoming and being a mom. Host Ali Kozoll, a mama, women’s embodiment teacher talks with moms about the beautiful roller coaster ride of motherhood. Learn how others navigate the path of motherhood and recognize that none of us are alone on this journey. Together, we’ll share deep truths about life as a mom, including real talk about pregnancy, labor and birth, pregnancy loss, fertility, postpartum, maternal mental health, partnership & marriage, love & sex after baby, nurturing a family, and more, so you feel connected to a genuine community of fellow mothers! Tune in every other week for episodes filled with heartfelt interviews and inspiration to leave you feeling encouraged toward living a more meaningful life. For more information, visit our website:

  • Stopping scoliosis, attempting to reverse curve progression, and preventing spinal fusion surgery is paramount for parents of kids with spinal curves. It’s what led Dr. Marc Moramarco to embark on a journey in search of non-surgical scoliosis treatment options. When he discovered the benefits of scoliosis-specific exercise rehabilitation, he established Scoliosis 3DC – a treatment center focused on education and empowerment for patients with scoliosis and kyphosis. If you or someone you care about has a spinal curvature, tune in to hear more about the potential to work toward spinal and postural improvements, without surgery.

  • A series of casual breastfeeding chat sessions about the triumphs and tribulations of keeping tiny humans alive. Put on your yoga pants (oh wait, you're already wearing them!) and tune in. The most powerful way for mamas to support each other is to share that we're not alone. Click the link for your favorite podcast app to Listen & Subscribe!

  • A podcast about fellow parents and individuals connecting through live conversation. So often we go through life not really hearing the deeper stories of people all around us and the journeys they are on or have gone through. This podcast is all about connections that happen when you sit down and have a conversation. A podcast that will resonate with parents as we cover topics ranging from finding ourselves after becoming parents, brain & child development, fun things to do on a rainy day and how to keep relationships going.

  • Moms and Baseball is a podcast for youth baseball moms, dads, coaches, and players. Co-hosts Diana Stephens and Stephanie Malley share their thoughts and stories--but more importantly, interview experts--relating to all levels of baseball: Little League / rec, travel / select, high school / showcase, college, and beyond. Plus look for appearances by special guest hosts, including Patrick and Trevor, for special Baseball Dads episodes and more! Check out our Facebook group, "Parents and Baseball." @momsandbaseball on Facebook and Instagram.

  • Raising a Champion digs into the $15 billion industry of youth sports through the eyes of former professional athletes, parents, coaches, administrators and medical experts to answer how youth sports can improve, be safer, cost-effective and more inclusive for all athletes. We also explore how parents can provide a better supporting cast financially, emotionally and spiritually for their children to not only raise a champion on the playing field, but Raising a Champion for life!

  • Two Word Tunes! the children's podcast where your host, Mr. Marshall creates catchy, fun, songs based on YOUR suggested two words. The ideas are sent in by you so tune in to hear your song every Wednesday! 

  • Dr. S. Yaroslawitz, DSc OTR/L directs Hands Full, Inc., an occupational therapy practice that has offices in Brooklyn, N.Y. and Monsey, N.Y. The practices provide occupational therapy for children, adolescents and adults and focus on a myriad of treatment techniques, with particular focus on visual perceptual and visual motor development, cognitive development and behavior management for children who are both typically developing or who present with disabilities. Besides direct care, Dr. Yaroslawitz teaches behavior management courses to parents, teachers, school principals and clinicians to empower their management skills in the area of children’s behavior and development. She has authored both the books and audio books titled, “Are Your Hands Full”, Volumes I and II, which are step-by-step guides for the behavior management of children ages 0 – 10 and adolescents ages 10 -18.

    Hands Full, Inc. is committed to the provision of community education in the area of behavior management and cognitive development of children who are developing both typically and atypically. Education is provided both during direct client care and in formal education settings, with the expressed purpose of teaching caretakers to establish and maintain the appropriate rapport with children, so that maximum development can be achieved.