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Childhood Chatcast with The Dude, is a playful and lighthearted look back at the childhoods of Children’s MN employees. From our favorite toys to our first concert, from a trip to the hospital to what kind of students we were, Star Studio’s The Dude, and co-host Jake, take these grown-ups on a time traveling trip to yesteryear. One thing is always certain, we were all kids once. Music Provided by ScoreKeepers.
 
Real, raw & honest conversations about what REALLY happened to us growing up. If you were raised by a narcissist, suffered abandonment, eating disorders, CSA, abuse or substance abuse. If you are depressed and anxious, suffering chronic illness, self esteem issues, chronic fatigue syndrome, PTSD, BPD, bipolar or panic attacks, we are asking how does childhood trauma affect us later in life? It changes the nervous system, the immune system, the digestive system. To reduce generational trauma ...
 
Childhood Cancer Talk Radio promotes Awareness of this very real and prevalent affliction, providing a forum for conversation and advocacy in a growing community of affected families, de-mystification of the experience with personal stories, information and resources. Let us be your voice. We aim to help people connect and support one another, and be a voice for prioritizing our children in cancer research.
 
Reagan, a mother and educator, hosts the Magic of Childhood podcast, which explores the magical moments that happen in kids' lives and how to reframe the tough and embarassing moments of parenting through the lens of brain science, self-knowledge, and growth.She uses stories from her own life as a parent and educator to bring light to every moment and celebrate life's messy glory.
 
I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. And then I summarize them so you don't have to read them yourself. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast. Join me as I read about surprisingly organized middle school clubs, pranks that end in murder, and goo. Lots and lots of goo. New episodes every Thursday.
 
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Childhood Under Occupation is a limited-run podcast about child rights and international law, illustrated through the stories of children living in the occupied Palestinian territory and the work of Defense for Children International - Palestine. Through interviews with experts, field researchers, and children, the podcast offers a rare, immersive experience of the lives of Palestinian children living under Israeli military occupation, including those detained in the Israeli military detenti ...
 
Do you often find yourself communicating in your favorite 80s and 90s movie quotes? Is there an epic soundtrack looping in your brain at all times? If IMDB is the app you can’t live without and you’re like a sponge when it comes to classic pop culture and trivia, then Nostalgic is the podcast for you! Join siblings Ashley, and Aaron and thair Bestie Garret! as they discuss all the fantastic treasures, trash, and trivia they absorbed while growing up in the 80s, 90s, and early 00s. No subject ...
 
If you've heard and loved that delightful nursery rhyme/lullaby, Wynken Blynken and Nod you'd certainly enjoy browsing through its creator Eugene Field's Love Songs of Childhood. The volume contains some forty or more poems for children, which are ideal for read aloud sessions with young folks. Parents will certainly enjoy reading them too. Most of these poems have been set to music and are ideal for family sing-alongs too. Eugene Field was a gifted humorist as well as being a talented child ...
 
Nostalgia is so often thought of as something great from our childhood... But this psychological pitfall can sometimes have massive effects on our decision making. Our goal here is to discuss these areas where morals and ethics blur and the warm feelings of childhood take over. Oh, and to talk some shit...
 
This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
 
This podcast is here for you; to help you become better informed about child development, preschool, parenting, teaching, and anything else that will improve the day to day lives of children. So if you are a parent, a teacher, or anyone else who cares for children, you are in the right place!
 
In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
 
We all need meaningful social connections and a secure sense of belonging. But sometimes, natural or social forces separate us from loved ones and even ourselves. Children who were relinquished by their families and later adopted navigate a particularly challenging set of issues related to finding authentic individual and social identities. Michael and Jack invite other adoptees and allies to discuss issues of self, family and society from the adoptee perspective. #adoptee #adoption #adoptee ...
 
Early childhood educators - Spencer and Lucy - discuss children, how they develop, and how teachers and guardians can support them in the hard work it takes to learn and grow! Sometimes, supporting children can get lonely and frustrating, so we are also here to help you find the fun in it! Music: "Wholesome" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 Licensehttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
 
Do you want to reduce the psychological and emotional effects of parental separation on your child? You're in the right place! I'm Nicole Lupushansky - Podcast Host, Transformation Co Parenting and Divorce Coach. My journey of creating the happiest childhood possible for my children inspires my passion to help you do the same. Here, you'll find ways to help you, no matter where you are on your co-parenting or parallel (shall we say) parenting journey... starting with my podcast, Two Homes On ...
 
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Scholastic's "The Magic School Bus" follows Ms. Frizzle and her class as they set off on field trips. Based on the best-selling book series of the same name and starring Lily Tomlin, the original cartoon version of "The Magic School Bus" ran for two seasons on PBS. It was created to encourage students to become more interested in science to promote…
 
Complex Post Traumatic Stress Disorder Trauma is confusing. We can spend years of our life having no idea we are suffering from childhood trauma. It can be so severe that we might actually be experiencing a whole range of mental and physical health effects from it, but because it has always been our normal to feel this way, it can lead us down a pa…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Goosebumps: Egg Monsters From Mars. Topics include goofy horror, trapping kids, and only one egg pun, what are you talking about? I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood -…
 
Bethany Corrie, Lizz Nolasco and I got together to think and talk about seeing parent/family questions like “Do they learn things here or are you just babysitting?” as an opportunity to see and meet parents’ need to advocate for their child. Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the …
 
John Beltzer, CEO and Founder of "Songs of Love" Foundation shares with Childhood Cancer Talk Radio the personal inspiration behind the Songs of Love Foundation, based in New York City. As a way of providing sick children with an ongoing source of comfort and joy, and a therapeutic tool for healing, he set out to create personalized, one-of-a-kind …
 
Since 1967, Israel has aggressively pursued a policy of settlement expansion throughout the occupied Palestinian territory, resulting in extreme acts of violence towards Palestinian civilians, including children, and their property by settlers and settlement guards. In this episode, we discuss the impact of the presence of Israeli settlers in the o…
 
What is childhood magic? Is it real? And can grown ups experience it? In this episode, we talk about our experiences with childhood magic and the moments that show us the beauty of life. We also share our first story about those moments you cringe at first as a parent, but in reality show the magic just as much, if not more, than the moments of dis…
 
Can you heal from childhood neglect? For much of Mandy's childhood, she was completely alone. Abandoned by a mother who was working and trying to put food on the table, Mandy was left in some very unsafe situations. And it got worse. Mandy was a little girl lost. She had absolutely nobody on her side. And when Mandy decided it was time to finally s…
 
ABC Afterschool Special was a television anthology series that aired on ABC from1972, to 1997. Younger Baby Boomers, Gen-Xers, and even "Elder" Millennials might remember coming home to these very special programs created for teens. First, we revisit an afterschool drink, Capri Sun! We learn about the origins of the foil-pouched drink and then dive…
 
Spanking Children Over the generations, hitting children has been the go-to method of keeping them 'under control'. Punishing and controlling instead of teaching and guiding. What are the effects of physical abuse on a small child? How does it affect them later in life? LeeAnn Summerfield tells her story of growing up in a physically and emotionall…
 
Can you heal from childhood neglect? For much of Mandy's childhood, she was completely alone. Abandoned by a mother who was working and trying to put food on the table, Mandy was left in some very unsafe situations. And it got worse. Mandy was a little girl lost. She had absolutely nobody on her side. And when Mandy decided it was time to finally s…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club #11: Kristy and the Snobs. Topics include difficult passages, pets with titles, and zingers. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast.…
 
It's September, and that means it's back to school time! To celebrate, we're revisiting the show that got everyone to read in the summer... Reading Rainbow! Hosted by Levar Burton, Reading Rainbow is an American educational children's television series that originally aired on PBS from 1983 to 2006. After digging into the fascinating history of the…
 
How do you reach out to a friend who is struggling? It takes just ONE person to make a difference. ONE person to connect, understand, offer kindness, care and love. When Amanda was 16 she was already at rock bottom. She had grown up in a home where she was abandoned by her mother and physically abused by her step-father. She had been suicidal and s…
 
Since 2016 at least 108 Palestinian children have been held in solitary confinement by Israeli forces. In one case, for a period of 30 days. In this special, immersive episode, former Palestinian child prisoner Mahmoud talks us through his experience of solitary confinement and its impact on his life. With thanks to DCI-Palestine Advocacy Officer M…
 
In 2018, we marked a historic moment when Rep. Betty McCollum, with support from us, introduced H.R. 2407, a bill which prohibits US taxpayer funding for the military detention of children by any country. In this episode, we speak with Brad Parker, Senior Adviser on Policy and Advocacy at DCI-Palestine, about the years of grassroots organizing and …
 
Majdi was only 13 years old when he was detained for the first time by Israeli authorities and imprisoned in Israel's military detention system, which is notorious for widespread and systematic ill-treatment of children. In this episode, he walks us through his experience of detention, and tells us about life after his release. DCI-Palestine lawyer…
 
In this third episode, we are joined by Mr. Yasser, a Palestinian headteacher and his student, Ameer Awais, from al Sawiya al Lubban Secondary School in the occupied West Bank. They talk to us about the many obstacles Palestinian children face in accessing an education, and their hopes for the future of education in the occupied Palestinian territo…
 
Israel is the only country in the world that automatically and systematically prosecutes children in military courts that lack fundamental fair trial rights and protections. In this episode, we discuss the process and context in which Israeli military detains 500-700 Palestinian children each year, and the global campaign to end this practice: No W…
 
Where do rights come from, and why are they important? In the first episode of our podcast, we explore the genesis of child rights in international law, and illustrate how these rights come under attack in the context of Israel's occupation of the occupied Palestinian territory. Childhood Under Occupation is a monthly podcast about child rights and…
 
Holy cow! It’s the 250th episode of the show, so I invited some of the Nerd Collective to play one of my favorite games (“Ransom Notes”) and laugh with me. Hope you laugh, too! Thank you all so much for listening! Thanks for listening! Save 10% on professional development from Explorations Early Learning and support the show with the coupon code NE…
 
“Revenge is a dish best served cold” Join your favorite D.I.V.A assassins as we break down Kill Bill Volumes 1 and 2. We’ll breakdown each chapter and characters as well as go into our favorite scenes, quotes and trivia! So come us because we are going to KILL BILL!Di Aaron, Ashley and Garret
 
How to heal from trauma. Trauma affects everything. In this very important episode I am speaking with Jamie McCoy, Psychotherapist and Trauma Coach. In her twenties, Jamie was literally bed-ridden with brain fog, chronic fatigue, fibromyalgia and eventually receiving a diagnosis of Lyme disease. Jamie healed herself by healing her nervous system. I…
 
This episode is about R. L. Stine's Fear Street : Halloween Party. Topics include terrible boyfriends/characters, conspicuously old teenagers, and more pranks. I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The P…
 
This week, in honor of Labor Day, we revisit Office Space! Office Space was written and directed by Mike Judge, creator of Beavis and Butthead. The film debuted in 1999 and was a sleeper hit with low initial box office returns, but huge VHS sales after being shown almost daily on Comedy Central. The movie satirizes the worklife of a typical 1990s s…
 
How can you move forward? How can you let it go? In this quick chat episode I am hearing body mind and somatic healer Sarah Harvey talking about some of the realisations she had when she first began healing from her trauma. Sarah was chronically ill for many years and she describes a point in time where she began to let people in, and she heard fro…
 
Who is most likely to sexually abuse a child? Diane grew up on a farm. There were ponies and music lessons and she loved the animals and being outside in nature. Diane's parents were incredibly busy with four kids and running the farm and Diane felt she only got their attention when she was really good or really bad. Unseen and unheard Diane didn't…
 
Do you ever stop to think about how you talk to yourself? Is your internal dialogue contributing to insecure parenting? In this episode I discuss how compassionate parenting starts with the ways we talk to ourselves. I give practical advice on how to become more aware of our inner dialogue. Disclaimer: All opinions are my own and not those of my em…
 
Featured in this episode which opens Childhood Cancer Awareness Month 2022, is Congressman McCaul's opening remarks to the Moonshot4Kids Childhood Brain Cancer Briefing on May 17, 2022. A unique window into testimony follows his remarks which will be included in a video briefing for Members of the House Health Subcommittee of Energy and Commerce re…
 
This episode is about Ann M. Martin's The Baby-Sitters Club Super Special #2: Baby-sitters' Summer Vacation. Topics include bothering people, problematic names, and laughing for some reason. The song is "Dig" by Mudvayne. The clip is from season 11, episode 20 of The Simpsons entitled "Last Tap in Springfield." It's one of my favorite episodes and …
 
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