In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk with Andrea LaRochelle on how to parent your kids and take care of yourself in a high conflict relationship. In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk about how to get your child to talk and open up when they go quiet. In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk about the importance of building a support team for your child. In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk about the importance of getting your kids off the couch and connecting with them in different ways. In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk about the importance of taking care of yourself alongside your kids. In this podcast, Matthew and Tasha talk about the 6 strategies for introducing your new partner to your kids. Ask them if they have any questions. Keep the first meeting short and low key: Going to a restaurant or neutral spot is best.
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Podcast: Play in new window Download. Do you find Katie just a titch too understanding and forgiving of people? Do you think Kimberly is maybe not quite angry and irritated enough at the world at large? Then this is the episode for you! Keith Morrison reports. What better way to treat yourself than with some solid therapy and some actual gold!
Where do we start, Andrea told us lit rally everything. Having just ended her time at the Reality House, Andrea has some choice words to share.
Teddy Blanks. Why Oh Why is a podcast about dating and relationships. In each episode, host Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships by blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction. Her show interrogates romance and human relationships in the digital age, but it does so in a manner that defies shape and form. Photo by Adomako Aman.
Andrea Silenzi is an accomplished radio producer known for her innovative and personal brand of storytelling. From going on Planet Money to get dating advice from an economist, to recording her IUD insertion, the first years of Why Oh Why were full of surprising moments and conversations. She holds the world record for most guests booked for an hour-long radio show, and that’s Don’t count on it.
The A. Club : Podmass “Sometimes the most refreshing voices in podcasting are the ones that mirror our own. Despite all of those conflicting intense layers, Andrea Silenzi is still able to find new ways to approach an ever-shifting landscape.
Her unique message describes the role authentic connection has in making nutrition communication meaningful. Capable of cultivating excitement and critical thinking through making science accessible and easy to digest. She teaches that, when nutrition changes are rooted in our values, this change feels empowering instead of fear-based.
Then came my baby, and now listening to podcasts (much like Jewish lady, Andrea Silenzi (who hosted the poignant dating podcast, Why Oh.
Before I became a parent, I was a podcast addict. I listened to them at every possible moment: on the train to and from work, at work, on my lunch break, while I was taking a shower, walking the dog , when I had insomnia — heck, I was even listening to a podcast when I was trying to give birth. Then came my baby, and now listening to podcasts much like anything else that I like doing for myself is a real challenge , like trying to fit a square peg into a round hole on one of his many baby toys.
You can literally start with any episode of the show — they are all brilliant. I also love this episode in which Frank interviews Terry Gross about why she never had kids. Nowadays, the podcast is hosted by an awesome Jewish lady, Andrea Silenzi who hosted the poignant dating podcast, Why Oh Why! As its tagline suggests, it really is a podcast for everyone. From hypnobirthing to C-sections, this podcast has stories about every kind of birth, told to sensitive host Bryn Huntpalmer who is a lovely interviewer.
Oz, and is herself a mom of two and a former co-host on The Chew.
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Andrea has devoted her career to protecting the human rights of people with disabilities. Over the years, she has fostered a vision for the future. Andrea knows that people with disabilities are powerful, capable, wise, and strong. Together at The Arc Minnesota, we are co-creating a bright future where people with disabilities have true belonging. In this episode, learn more from Andrea about this vision and how we can all be a part of it.
She has been actively engaged in partnerships with organizations that support inclusion for people with disabilities including People First Minnesota and the Minnesota Disability Law Center Citizens Advisory Council.
Podcast members. To help stakeholders stay up to date and engage with the work of the International Accounting Standards Board and the IFRS Interpretations.
We were interested in this topic because we are so bad at using social media in our own businesses and for The Copywriter Club. This episode is available wherever great podcasts are found like iTunes and Stitcher. Get your tickets now at thecopywriterclub. But I am an early adapter to social media. I actually happen to like it and I started a blog back in I was making YouTube videos in way before it was cool and my friends thought I was insane.
So with that move, I needed something to do. I moved to a completely different country from Atlanta, Georgia to Toronto, Canada. And so that big move helped me launch my business. So my start in this world came from a very organic space.
How are you going kicking your brain into gear in isolation? Is anyone else feeling a bit sluggish, unproductive and slow? We hear you! On this episode of Wellness Women Radio we want to talk you through some brain hacks! COVID has completely changed the world in such a short period of time and it has affected us all in different ways. We think so too.
Why Oh Why is a weekly podcast about where dating and relationships meet technology, hosted by Andrea Silenzi. The show mixes documentary storytelling.
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Meaningful Nutrition Communication.
Andrea Silenzi speaks with friends, experts, and guys in bars about where love, dating and sex meets technology. The show tells the stories about relationships often blurring the lines between memoir, documentary, and fiction. To get you started, here’s an episode called Health is Wealth. After two seasons of reckoning with her own financial identity, Gaby’s ready to give the American financial system an identity crisis.
Every week, Gaby brings a queer, feminist, unabashedly radical point of view to conversations with celebrities, journalists, politicians, authors, activists, and fellow deadbeats. If you’re sick of podcast “experts” giving you practical financial advice, you’re going to love Bad With Money – the show that knows there’s nothing practical about money, and isn’t afraid to freak out about it.
Andrea Silenzi is a podcast host and producer based in Los Angeles, California. Her work focuses on love, relationships and dating. Most recently, she hosted.
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