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Teenagers with attitude is a Power Rangers rewatch podcast where a bunch of adults rewatch every episode of the hit kids show and recap every crazy, insane, and occasionally hilarious and awesome thing that happens. We discuss every episode and crack jokes, create weird fan theories, and generally wallow in 90's nostalgia every Friday! Check us out on Twitter @TeensWithTude and give us a like/subscribe/rate on iTunes, shoot us an email at TeensWithTude@gmail.com, or join our facebook group a ...
 
A friendly space for parents, by parents, to explore those tricky questions about how to manage the teenage years, with Parenting Coach, Rachel Richards, and Mindfulness Coach, Susie Asli. In each Episode we start by pondering one aspect of our parenting, then tackle a listener's question with the help of our entire community.It's our way of giving back. For more discussion and tips, you can find us on Facebook and Instagram.
 
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Teenagers Let's talk show

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Teenagers Let's talk show

Teenagers Engaging and Empowering network

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This is aimed at proffering solutions to the various issues teenagers all over the world face on daily basis. We seek to give effective counsels and solutions to every teenager's questions throughout the various interactive and brainstorming sessions on the show. It promises to be exciting... Don't miss it!!! My name is Ayomiposi Adeleye,popularly known as "AMA" (Your Teen's Confidant) You can reach me via 08166578787, teenagersnetwork19@gmail.com(messages only)
 
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Mi Podcast:Parenting Teenagers

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Mi Podcast:Parenting Teenagers

Darren and Katie Sutton, Millennial Influence

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Mi Podcast - The place where parents can come for answers, encouragement, and the help they need to raise a successful teenager. Mi Podcast will address topics such as communication, discipline, divorce, sex, dating, friends, money and many other topics that are important while raising a teenager. Mi Podcast is a weekly show that is no longer than the length of a short commute (10-15min). For more information about Millennial Influence visit our website at www.minfluence.com.
 
From Jacket Radio's Podcast Network, this podcast goes on a journey into the ideas and experiences of a rural American Teenager. Each week we examine what it's like to be a teenager in today's world. With our hosts Tristin Clark and Skylar Williams we look at a cross section of the American youth from a small rural town.
 
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Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode It can be alarming when teens are suddenly staying out late, dating, and getting behind the wheel. It’s easy to see them as the tiny toddler they once were, when barely able to even walk! Watching them grow from little kids to young adults means that we have to relinquish…
 
Remember those years when your child followed you everywhere, and gazed at you with adoring eyes because you knew everything? Have they now turned into a teenager who simply grunts, or screams at you, when they occasionally emerge from their bedroom? Changes in a teenage brain help them to develop abstract thinking and self-reflection but they also…
 
Life is just a history of things we pay attention to rest is just packaging. Make sure to follow or subscribe and share the podcast . You can send any stories queries and questions on guytalknp@gmail.com and follow the podcast on instagram talkingpad_pod.--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/guy-talk/message…
 
What do you do when your teen suddenly seems to be in a rut? It might be that they barely eat, lock themselves in their room, or stop talking to their friends…whatever it is, they won’t clue you in to what’s wrong. The truth is, they may not even know! These days, more and more people are finding themselves feeling down without an obvious reason—an…
 
You only have to scan the jokes on birthday cards in the shops to see how much drinking alcohol is ingrained in our culture as both fun and an escape from drudgery. So there's little wonder that teenagers can be eager to join the club. But when should we let them start, and how do we keep them safe? And in tangling with our teenagers Alex asks "How…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode For parents, technology can be quite the headache. We want kids to stay connected to the world, but is their iphone distracting them from school? Is all the time spent on social media making them depressed or anxious? Should we be limiting their screen time, blocking webs…
 
Welcome to Episode 300! Fabby and Emily Join Zack as we debate one of the hottest topics of our time: What the fuck is this little puppet guy and what does he have to do with the reproductive process of the Lamprey? Plus, a surprise from our editor Eric and you, the listeners!Di Teenagers With Attitude
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode Do you ever wish you learned smart financial planning earlier in life? Maybe if you’d just had some more information, you could have that sports car you’ve always fantasized about...or maybe you would’ve just avoided making some rough mistakes! In order to set our teens o…
 
Just when you thought that you’d got the hang of parenting, your child changes again, and this time it’s a teenager. In this episode, we have a rummage in your parenting toolbox to work out what’s in there, and how useful it actually is. And in Tangling with your Teenager, we gather all of your suggestions to answer Natalie’s question. ‘How do I ge…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode You know you have to discuss race....but you’re not sure where to start. With everything going on in the news and centuries of history to cover, there’s quite a bit to talk about. You might feel like you’re unauthorized or just woefully unprepared. What if you say the wro…
 
A reading challenge for Eric as we visit the Aquetian Embassy and talk to ex-ranger BIlly Cranston! Apologies for the rocky schedule friends, and we hope you are enjoying the holiday season. New normal episodes will resume as soon as we are able! Also: If you’d like your voice to be featured in episode 300, please contact Eric @damoonrulz on twitte…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode When it comes to our kids’ education, we don’t want to cut corners. We want them to have access to a thorough, fulfilling schooling so that they’ll have a bright future! However, today’s school system often fails to meet our expectations. Teens are shuffled through a long…
 
There’s a lot to be worried about these days! Whether you’re feeling anxious about the ongoing pandemic or just concerned that your teen is struggling in school, it’s easy to let distress clutter your mind. When we let that anxiety crawl around in our brain, we often find ourselves distracted from the better moments in life, thinking obsessively ab…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode We often hear that the secret to a healthy relationship of any kind is communication...but what does that really mean? Does it mean apologizing when we feel we’ve messed up, or daring to discuss uncomfortable topics? Are there certain things we shouldn’t say, and how do w…
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode It’s hard to think of a group that gets labelled more than teenagers. Whether we declare them slackers, class clowns, popular kids or outcasts, it can be easy to put them in boxes based on their personalities! But have you ever considered that personalities aren’t as cons…
 
Surprise! Our epic tale continues thanks to editor Eric’s tireless efforts. And thanks to YOUR tireless efforts, we raised 1850 dollars for Extra Life! Thank you so much! And if you missed our marathon you can still donate at bit.ly/aeextralife !Di Teenagers With Attitude
 
Click for full show notes, exercises, and parenting scripts from this episode When our middle or high schoolers are driving us up the wall, we often attribute their wacky behavior to hormones. They weren’t this crazy when they were younger, and we pray they won’t be this unpredictable as adults, so we assume it must be those teenage chemicals in th…
 
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