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119: Aligning Your Parenting With Your Values

By Jen Lumanlan | Sep 7, 2020

Ever have a vague sense that your interactions with your child aren’t quite aligned with your values…but aren’t quite sure what to do about it?   Have you been to a protest and shouted “Black Lives Matter!  Fight the Power!”…and then gone home and forced your child to brush their teeth?   Have you chastised…

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SYPM 007: Parenting Across Cultural Divides

By Jen Lumanlan | Aug 23, 2020

In this episode we hear from Denise, who claims to have listened to every Your Parenting Mojo episode… Denise is a Filipina living in Madrid, and the intentional, respectful parenting style she’s chosen to use is somewhat out of place in both cultures.  She wanted to chat about what to do when her daughter is…

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118: Are You Raising Materialistic Kids?

By Jen Lumanlan | Aug 11, 2020

This episode on the topic of materialism concludes our series on the intersection of parenting and money.  Here we talk with Dr. Susanna Opree of Erasmus University Rotterdam, who studies the effect of advertising and commercial media on use, materialism, and well-being. We discuss how children’s understanding of materialism shifts as they age, the extent…

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117: Socialization and Pandemic Pods

By Jen Lumanlan | Jul 26, 2020

One of the questions I see asked most often in parenting forums these days is some variation on: “I’m worried about my child’s socialization now that it looks like daycares, preschools and schools have been closed for several months and will likely remain closed for several more months. Can someone please tell me if I…

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116: Turn Work-Family Conflict Into Work-Family Balance

By Jen Lumanlan | Jul 16, 2020

Work-family conflict can seem unavoidable – especially in the era of COVID when we’re either working from home with children underfoot all day, or we’re an essential worker who has to leave the house and can’t find childcare. In this conversation with licensed psychologist Dr. Yael Schonbrun, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Brown University, and…

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