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Resilient Kids Podcast

Resilient Kids Podcast

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The Resilient Kids podcast provides a resource for parents to navigate parenting. From author of the Parenting Road Code, Madeleine Taylor, comes a series of podcasts to assist parents. Touching topics such as: screen time, growing confidence, and managing expectations, it features interviews with parents all with different and unique perspectives. Madeleine's set of knowledge provides a platform that encourages natural, useful, and resource filled discussions which are sure to assist many parents.
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Bailey Selland Interview - Thoughts from an Adventure Mom - Resilient Kids Podcast
Bailey Selland Interview - Thoughts from an Adventure Mom - Resilient Kids Podcast
Bailey runs the Instagram adventure parenting page Spirit and Guts (link below). She and Madeleine have a rich and important discussion on emotional intelligence. Helping our children to manage their emotions when they’re young can really set them up for the future. Bailey’s graduate school experience gives her an excellent base of knowledge but is also willing to admit that the process of teaching emotional intelligence to children is difficult. This discussion is so valuable for all parents and generally the importance of understanding our emotions. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Bailey's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spiritandguts/ Bailey's Website: https://baileyselland.com Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Bailey Selland  Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
21:30
November 15, 2022
Katie Sherriff Interview - Navigating New Family Dynamics - Resilient Kids Podcast
Katie Sherriff Interview - Navigating New Family Dynamics - Resilient Kids Podcast
Katie is a mother of an 8 year old and comes on the show to talk about navigating new family dynamics. She talks about going in blind to this new situation and the lack of resources for parents in this situation. Katie gives sound advice on navigating this situation and that makes this episode an excellent resource for parents going through this. Katie’s experiences is also very human and friendly, and provides great advice on ensuring lines of communication exist in the family. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Katie Sherriff Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
21:43
November 01, 2022
Judith Yeabsley Interview - Teens and Uncertainty - Resilient Kids Podcast
Judith Yeabsley Interview - Teens and Uncertainty - Resilient Kids Podcast
Judith discusses with Madeleine our teenager’s space of uncertainty in this modern world. With the pandemic, cost of living crisis, and a number of other uncertainties in our world, it’s a tough time to navigate the world. They discuss how to find some certainty and develop a compass to help our teenagers for their navigation into adulthood. Judith, an expert in fussy eating, has an excellent perspective on raising children and supporting them through their growth. They discuss how essential a family’s values are on assisting our children through their growth. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Judith's Website: https://theconfidenteater.com/about/ Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Judith Yeabsley  Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
28:41
October 18, 2022
Suzanne Miller - Parenting with Perfection - Resilient Kids Podcast
Suzanne Miller - Parenting with Perfection - Resilient Kids Podcast
Suzanne and Madeleine have a rich discussion on the difficulty of children’s perfectionism. Looking at the wider reasons for why our kids put these expectations on themselves, and why our children experience this pressure. Suzanne, a school teacher, and a parent, has a genuine wide breadth of knowledge that gives the conversation depth. The interview addresses the question of how to support kids who have this drive to seek perfection, and just as importantly, the need to set boundaries for these children. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Suzanne Miller Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
29:55
October 04, 2022
Ruth Taylor Interview - Phone Free Day - Resilient Kids Podcast
Ruth Taylor Interview - Phone Free Day - Resilient Kids Podcast
Parenting is the most personal thing you can do, it is the ultimate job, and as such training helps you better understand yourself and your child. Ruth Taylor counts herself lucky that she was fortunate to be trained as a parenting facilitator before she had children but admits that putting the calmly thought out plans into action was at times much harder than she thought. After losing her mother to cancer she decided to start recording her experiences and ideas, to provide a record for her own children and as encouragement to others. She continued to make notes recording the impact, on her children, of moving from England to New Zealand, being made redundant and other life experiences she had not necessarily planned for. Though the books follow her girls through different ages and stages, there are concepts which crop up in later books which would have been useful to know earlier, and guidelines in earlier books which really help provide refocus when parenting the older versions. The world we live in is constantly changing but learning how to communicate, build resilience, make memories and overall cope with the personal nature of the role is vital. Some of the topics covered: ·  The importance of non verbal communication ·  Behaviour strategies ·  The formation of routines ·  Understanding and coping with change ·  Mastering creativity ·  Understanding grief ·  Building support networks and childcare options ·  How to build memorable memories ·  Planning and perseverance Please check out Ruth's website ruthtaylor.net for more information and to access courses, articles and other resources. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Ruth Taylor  Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
13:35
October 03, 2022
Tony Kemp Interview - Setting Limits - Resilient Kids Podcast
Tony Kemp Interview - Setting Limits - Resilient Kids Podcast
The story of this podcast with Tony Kemp starts even before they begin on their topic. They discuss the difficult of a to-do list and our different ways of operating. This then flows into some discussion of screens. They have a rich discussion on the difficulty of setting limits on screen time, whilst acknowledging the importance of it being a balance. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Daniel Aman: https://resilientkids.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ANTs-in-your-brain.pdf Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Tony Kemp Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
28:54
September 20, 2022
Trent Mankelow Interview - Fear of Failure or Looking Stupid - Resilient Kids Podcast
Trent Mankelow Interview - Fear of Failure or Looking Stupid - Resilient Kids Podcast
Trent Mankelow and Madeleine discuss the processes of trying to encourage children to explore extra-curricular activities. Touching upon creating an understanding of why children find it difficult to take risks and put themselves out there. Trent’s years of experience as an entrepreneur and product manager gives him an interesting perspective on helping our children grow from their failures. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Daniel Aman: https://resilientkids.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ANTs-in-your-brain.pdf Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Trent Mankelow Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
26:45
September 06, 2022
Taino Bendz Interview - How To Build Confidence - Resilient Kids Podcast
Taino Bendz Interview - How To Build Confidence - Resilient Kids Podcast
Taino and Madeleine have a rich discussion from across the world. The bridge between Aotearoa and Sweden is crafted through an important discussion that touches upon bullying, building confidence and the area of Taino’s expertise, technology. Essential questions of finding the balance between supporting your child and understanding how a parent’s anxiety can be projected onto children. They also touch upon the changing world, and how different parents approach rules for their children. Importantly, touching on how parents can communicate with each other on these essential aspects of raising children. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. Email: resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Daniel Aman: https://resilientkids.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ANTs-in-your-brain.pdf Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor Guest: Taino Bendz  Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani
32:45
August 23, 2022
Hugh Good Interview - Managing Devices - Resilient Kids Podcast
Hugh Good Interview - Managing Devices - Resilient Kids Podcast
This episode is a friendly discussion between Madeleine and Hugh. They cover a range of topics relating to managing device use for our children. The conversation touches on the fight against the attention economy and the major corporations who's aim it is to gain the attention of our children. Most importantly, they discuss strategies to aid parents to find the balance between technology and ensuring our kids have the best possible relationship with screens. Have your say on the Resilient Kids Podcast. We value your feedback of all variety or even if you have an idea of what you'd like to hear in the future. Please leave a review, and follow us on your podcast provider to ensure you're kept up to date when any new podcast is released. Further, if you'd like to contact the podcast directly, our email is just below. resilientkidspod@gmail.com Resources: Parenting Road Code: https://resilientkids.org.nz/product/this-workbook-is-to-be-used-along-side-the-parenting-road-code-to-help-readers-think-through-the-exercises-and-record-their-thoughts-the-workbook-will-be-useful-to-refer-back-to-over-time-to-assist/ Daniel Aman: https://resilientkids.org.nz/wp-content/uploads/2022/03/ANTs-in-your-brain.pdf Digital Reading: https://www.rnz.co.nz/national/programmes/ninetonoon/audio/2018671134/is-digital-reading-changing-how-our-brains-work Podcast Creator: Madeleine Taylor  Guest: Hugh Good Edited By: Wynter McCook-Weir Intro Music By: Guy Ritani 
23:13
August 09, 2022