Aug 30, 2019
Aug 23, 2019
Professor Suniya Luthar talks about the counterintuitive finding that kids in high achieving environments are at risk of serious disturbances and most importantly, what parents can do to help!
Aug 16, 2019
Michael Ian Black shares his children’s books to open up conversations with kids about being sad, being worried and being bored. Also, raising emotionally vulnerable boys and other useful parenting nuggets. Lastly, in this episode I am deeply disturbed to answer listeners’ questions about...
Aug 9, 2019
When it comes to phones and social media, delay delay delay! But they are going to happen at some point, and for some earlier than others. Today we are breaking down how to navigate technology on-boarding with NY times bestselling author Rachel Simmons.
Aug 2, 2019
How does an economist make a decision about breastfeeding, sleep training, vaccines, going back to work and potty training? Economics Professor Emily Oster tirelessly combs through the data and clears up some longstanding myths. I’m also walking you through potty training!