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Parenting Without Power Struggles

English, Literature, 3 seasons, 130 episodes, 1 day, 22 hours, 56 minutes
Susan Stiffelman is a family therapist, parent coach, and one of the country's premiere parenting experts, and the author of Parenting Without Power Struggles and Parenting With Presence (an Eckhart Tolle edition.) Susan's podcasts will feature conversations with guests including Dr. Jane Goodall, Arianna Huffington, Jack Kornfield, Glennon Melton and many other thought leaders.
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2:5 Jack Kornfield & Trudy Goodman: Being Present

In this preview from the Tech-Wise Parenting Summit, Jack and Trudy remind listeners that being present and aware can help us engage with technology in healthy ways, rather than feeling drained and depleted, or turning to screens to hide from uncomfortable feelings. In the full summit interview, Trudy also walks us through a 7 minute Appreciation Body Scan, providing a calming, restful experience that all will enjoy!
9/13/20239 minutes, 56 seconds
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2:4 Dr. Tina Bryson, Responding to Limits

In this preview clip from the Tech-Wise Parenting Summit, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson talks about the impression a child is left with when we react with anger to their angere over screen time limits, and how it influences their future willingness to come to us when they're upset.
9/12/202310 minutes, 8 seconds
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2:3 Tiffany Shlain Summit Preview: Tech Shabbat

Susan shares a preview clip from a conversation with author and filmmaker Tiffany Shlain from the Tech-Wise Parenting Summit, discussing the benefits of a 24 hour weekly ritual of unplugging from technology.
9/11/20239 minutes, 38 seconds
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1:41 Prioritizing Family Needs During Quarantine w/ Janet Lansbury

In this conversation, Susan and Janet Lansbury talk about how to prioritize children’s needs and demands when we’re feeling stretched to the limit. A great episode with ideas that will help parents feel better about a child’s big reactions when we have to tell them, “Not right now.”
4/22/202035 minutes, 49 seconds