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At first glance you’re probably thinking this show was made by that guy going up to people at parties asking about their self development and meditation experience; and so would I. After all, I'm a 19 year old dude hopping in front of a mic talking about feelings. Actually, this podcast was created during the struggles of Covid and is used as a vehicle to deliver on the areas where we have fallen short in our lives. I interview business leaders, sports figures, life coaches and many more inf ...
 
Hey, what's happenin'? Mike Schmidt here, hoping you'll click that "Subscribe" button and join me every week for "The 40 Year Old Boy", a brutally funny stream-of-consciousness monologue about my life. It's been called, "the funniest answering message you'll ever receive", and I agree ... unless, of course, Paul F. Tompkins has ever called you. That guy is hilarious.
 
A podcast series discussing the themes of a fatherless generation. This podcast acts as a collection of conversations by a variety of guests and myself, a 23-year-old raised by a single mother, sharing insights that would have been gold dust for my 15-year-old self. Fatherless homes are on the rise, and while I know my podcast won’t be the solution, I know that these voicemails will act as a piece of a puzzle of healing to anyone who relates to a 15-year-old Jordan Deen. My prayer is that an ...
 
What happens when the mature, independent, career-established, business-owning, self confident, boss-mode, fun-loving 40+ year old gets engaged? How about all the dating "adventures" we'll call it that happens before that? And finally, what's married life like for that woman who's been independent for so long? This channel's for the bride who just wants to get some ideas for her own wedding, chat it up about wedding issues / problems they're facing, discuss reframing what a bride today is, r ...
 
Hi, Im John, 15, and I am going to let you listen to my diary of knowledge which I’ve compiled throughout my many years of life. I’ll be trying to share my thoughts about growing up and how it’s affecting me. The podcast will cater to adults rather than teens because of its topics but feel free to listen at any age. Tune in every week (or whatever schedule I end up deciding on) and see what’s new in my life. I’m starting this as an audio diary of sorts to share my opinions about becoming an ...
 
Your healthy relationship with your six-year-old is essential to their development. Through relationships, your child develops a sense of belonging. They come to better understand themselves through their interactions with you, their teachers, and their peers. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a positive relationship with their child. Parenting is so important and each day presents new excitement and challenges. The tools offered in this podc ...
 
Ten years old -- already a decade of life! Engaging and connecting with your ten-year-old now will make a huge difference in how well they are able to navigate the next decade of their life. Children are more likely to learn how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make responsible decisions when they are intentionally engaged. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to support their child in growing confidence, respect, and the ability to make healthy c ...
 
Your nine-year-old is growing fast and is busy with friends and school. Supporting your child as they develop healthy skills, routines, and relationships is essential for their continued positive growth. As a parent or someone in a parenting role, you can choose purposeful ways to interact with your nine-year-old that build a strong relationship while developing their social and emotional skills. Now is the right time to support your child in growing their confidence, respect, and the abilit ...
 
Your fifteen-year-old needs to take risks in order to exercise their responsible decision-making abilities. Also, their need to belong becomes even greater as they assert their independence. These challenges are a normal part of your teen’s development. Now is the right time to grow a trusting relationship with your teen and encourage them to manage their own actions, problem solve, and make healthy choices. Knowing effective ways to support your teen is not easy. ParentingMontana.org offers ...
 
Your five-year-old is growing so fast and is demonstrating more independence each day. They may no longer look like a toddler, yet they still need your support just as much as they did when they were smaller. Your child needs to practice and build their skills in listening, empathy, communication, and problem solving in order to thrive in school and in life. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to cultivate a trusting relationship with their child in or ...
 
Your fourteen-year-old is in the process of learning to manage strong feelings, understanding their increased expectations at home, growing friendships, and attempting to meet academic standards. All of these new experiences can feel overwhelming. Now is the time to build a trusting relationship with your child/teen and support them in managing their own actions, solving problems, and making healthy decisions. Knowing how to offer this parental support is not easy. Parents and those in a par ...
 
Four-year-olds are actively working to make sense of their surroundings and engage with those around them. The relationship you have with your child forms a solid foundation from which your child can feel safe to explore the world. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a trusting relationship with their child. Parenting is an exciting adventure that does not come without its challenges. The parenting process and tools shared in this podcast from ...
 
Four-year-olds are actively working to make sense of their surroundings and engage with those around them. The relationship you have with your child forms a solid foundation from which your child can feel safe to explore the world. Now is the right time for parents and those in a parenting role to continue to grow a trusting relationship with their child. Parenting is an exciting adventure that does not come without its challenges. The parenting process and tools shared in this podcast from ...
 
Your sixteen-year-old needs to be in situations where they can practice healthy decision-making skills. Involving teens in establishing family rules and expectations makes a huge difference in their ability to safely experience the world. There are simple things parents and those in a parenting rule can do right now to build a healthy relationship with their teen while encouraging them to manage their own behavior, solve problems, and make healthy choices. Parenting a teen is not easy. Join ...
 
As your seventeen-year-old matures, they will need to test their limits and the rules in order to internalize them. This can lead to power struggles, especially since at times seventeen-year-olds feel like adults. Parenting a teen is not an easy journey. There are small things parents and those in a parenting role can do today to foster a strong relationship with their teen while supporting them to manage their own behavior, solve problems, and make healthy choices. ParentingMontana.org give ...
 
Your eighteen-year-old is legally an adult, but your relationship with them is just as important as ever. Your conversations won’t end when they graduate; they will change. Allowing teens to make decisions now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to offer support, will make them more successful when they leave home. Now is the time to make the most of conversations you have with your teen. Being the parent you want to be for your teen is not easy. There are numerous things pa ...
 
Your thirteen-year-old is in the process of carving out their identity, and their measuring stick is often their peers’ opinions and approval. They come to better understand themselves through interactions with you, their teachers, and their peers. This is a critical time to teach your child/teen how to manage their own actions, problem solve, and make healthy decisions. ParentingMontana.org brings parents and those in a parenting role this podcast to provide a process and tools to support y ...
 
You have already been a parent or in a parenting role for one year! The experiences your one-year-old shares with you are essential for developing a healthy brain, growing curiosity skills, learning about language and emotions, and strengthening their relationship with you. For parents and those in a parenting role, now is the right time to continue building a healthy parent-child relationship with your one-year-old. There are many small things you can do right now to make a difference in yo ...
 
Your nineteen-year-old is in the process of learning and establishing lifestyle habits that will extend throughout their lifetime. Although your teen is considered an adult, they still have a lot to learn. Giving teens the chance to make choices now while parents and those in a parenting role are able to lend support, will make them better prepared when they leave home. Parenting a teen while also allowing them independence is not easy. Parents and those in a parenting role can do simple thi ...
 
As a parent or someone in a parenting role, you can choose to be purposeful and deliberate in ways you engage with your eight-year-old that build a healthy relationship while developing their social and emotional skills. Although your eight-year-old is growing more and more independent, they still look to you just as much as ever to navigate life. Now is the right time to support your child in growing confidence, respect, and their ability to make healthy choices. This podcast shares a paren ...
 
Your eleven-year-old may have mixed emotions about their middle school years, and they will enjoy many highs as well as endure some lows. Proactively engaging and connecting with your child/teen today will make a huge impact on how well they are able to navigate the exciting years ahead. Children/teens are better able to learn how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make responsible decisions when they are intentionally engaged. Now is the right time for parents and those in a ...
 
Your twelve-year-old is working to assert their independence while still being dependent. They will naturally test limits and break rules. Although this is challenging for parents and those in a parenting role, it is a normal part of your child’s/teen’s development and necessary for their learning. Now is the right time to engage your child/teen in learning how to manage their own behaviors, solve problems, and make healthy choices. The information provided in this podcast from ParentingMont ...
 
There is a lot of adults out there who all have an opinion on their life and their generation. How about we mix it up a little bit! Hi, I am Griffin Kelly. My goal here is to get you informed on my perspective of the world or even better any 13 year olds perspective of the world. Hope you enjoy. BTW some of the episodes here are very old.
 
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In this episode of Dear 21-Year-Old Me, with guest Katherine Rich. We go back in time to 1988, when our guest, Katherine Rich, turned 21, and look at what was happening in the world, and closer to home back then. Katherine reflects on her experiences growing up in Dunedin, New Zealand, and then how she eventually got involved in politics. We talk a…
 
In this episode, I discuss what causes frustration that leads to aggression in our lives. The episode starts with understanding Tony Robbins 6 human needs and how having those differing needs can be a root of frustration if we can't learn to accept each others differences. As the talk continues, I discuss topics from the book by Elliot Aronson call…
 
In this episode, I discuss the generational gap present between parents and kids. Throughout this, you will hear real life examples of how parents sometimes use their experiences from when they were younger to help give advice to their kids now. In these scenarios, we can see how it can cause disconnect but also can provide useful advice towards he…
 
In this episode I interview executive life and leadership coach Hayden Lee. We discuss how he became passionate about life coaching while starting out with helping high schoolers with their schoolwork. As the interview progressed, Hayden breaks down the differences between being a life coach, therapist, consultant, and mentor. By doing this, we are…
 
In this episode, I talk about how our dreams that we have when sleeping are related to our experiences when we are awake. Sometimes, it's hard to believe that the crazy, far fetched events while we sleep can have importance in our life. But, they have a great impact on the way we handle different events and also reflect the type of emotions we have…
 
In this episode, I discuss prosocial behavior and what influences us to act for other people. Social exchange and empathy altruism theory are a couple of many factors that come into play with helping others. In this one, I use the example of the Zegota found in the book "Social Psychology by Elliot Aronson to help illustrate the reasons behind help…
 
In this episode, I talk about the different attachment styles and how they present themselves in infants as well as adults. Through doing this we are able to see the connections between the two stages of life, but also the capability for people to evolve and for their attachment styles to change. Later on, I discuss some research done by Mary Ainsw…
 
This episode is a different format! In this one, I take questions that listeners sent in to help fuel the different topics of this episode. Questions ranging from a variety of different topics regarding mental health, self development, and life come up. This episode is unique because it covers such a range of topics, so there is something for every…
 
In this episode I talk about how the Bystander effect is present in our lives and how we might not even realize it. Through the study by Latane and Darley as well as the case of the murder of Kitty Genovese, we can understand the unfortunate reality of the bystander effect. Through Latanes discussion of the five steps towards helping in an emergenc…
 
In this episode, I talk about lessons that I have learned from mentors about how to control having big aspirations for the future while allowing myself to still be a kid and enjoy time with friends. These talks provide context into the idea of anticipating regret and learning to envision how your future self would respond to the decisions you have …
 
In this episode, I talk with my friend Andrea about the newly released movie, "Everything Everywhere All At Once." After watching it for the first time, I definitely felt confused considering the amount of tiny details that you needed to pay attention to. But, after watching a second time, we both agreed that the true lessons of the movie came out.…
 
In this episode I talk about the impact of music on our emotions. After doing some research, I learned that our Default mode network is activated much more when we listen to music. And when listening to music we enjoy, there is more frontal activity in the brain. This activity is linked to greater analytical and reflective thoughts in our life. If …
 
In this episode I talk about the concept by Ed Mylett, “Separation Season.” These are times where people normally are relaxing and taking it easy, which are opportunities for others to get ahead and gain momentum. Throughout this episode, I talk about different ways that I have learned to get ahead in the summer and how to build momentum! @19yearol…
 
In this episode I talk about the Sunk Cost Fallacy. This fallacy is when a person refuses to abandon something because they have invested so much into it already. Perfect examples of this are when you go to sports game and spend a ton of money on seats, and your favorite team is getting smoked, but you want to stay until the end because you payed g…
 
This episode is a perfect metaphor for so many experiences in our life. We have so many times that are worth appreciating, “the little tiles” that make up the bigger mosaic. But sometimes there’s one thing that’s faulty, “the missing tile” that causes us to lose sight of all of the great things we have going for us. As a result, we have a negativit…
 
In this episode I talk about all of the learning experiences that have come with staying consistent over the last year with this podcast. Funny enough, I planned on quitting doing the podcast right before putting out the first episode a year ago Tuesday. Im laughing thinking about this but I was scared and worried people would judge me and call me …
 
In this episode I talk about the importance of persuasion and what causes certain people to be more persuasive than others. The two key factors in this talk are about central route persuasion as well as peripheral route persuasion. Central route focuses on the actual argument that is being made, while peripheral focuses on surface level aspects of …
 
In this episode I talk about the idea of wanting what you don’t have. Specifically what I’ve seen with a lot of my friends and even myself is the idea of losing interest in people that show too much interest. Someone who you were initially interested in starts texting more often, getting to the point where they’re asking to hangout a lot more than …
 
Jim Casey is a firefighting unionist, socialist and co-founder of the Australian Firefighters Climate Alliance. He is an anti-capitalist GREENS EXTREMIST who has twice run as a candidate against Anthony Albanese in the seat of Grayndler. As he gears up to run for Greens preselection to be an upper-house candidate in the 2023 NSW state election, Jim…
 
In this episode, I talk about the importance of taking a creative day. This is something that I’ve done in the past that’s not always easy. We spend so much of our time trying to respond to emails, get groceries done, do schoolwork, and succeed in jobs. And taking a day off from all of that sometimes gives us the idea that we are taking a step back…
 
In this episode I sit down with my friend Will. He is a sociology major here at LMU and is VP of Recruitment for Agape, a service org on campus. During our talk, we learn about his upbringing as a child and how that led to his passion for destigmatizing mental health. Stories of his father leaving and lack of acceptance for seeking outside help alo…
 
In this one I talk about where I and others struggle to find that balance towards our Ikigai and what questions we need to ask ourselves in order to discover it. Some of those questions include: What do you love? What are you good at? What does the world need from you? What can you get paid for? Many people might thrive in one specific area but are…
 
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