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There is something I witnessed the year I left high school. It has been more than 20 years since I resolved to forget it forever. And I did. Until now. This is a podcast and a live investigation. Join me in November 2019 as I dig into the past to try to stop a terrible crime being committed in December. "At one time in my life, I might have had any number of stories, but now there is no other. This is the only story I will ever be able to tell." -- Donna Tartt
 
Human Trafficking expert and social justice advocate, Antoinette Villarreal, exposes the brutal world of human trafficking, sexual predators and pedophilia. Antoinette lobbies to change the human trafficking laws and provides outlets for survivors who have experienced these heinous crimes.
 
Nobody said parenting teenagers was easy. Join Amit Singh Kalley as he interviews professionals in mental health and people with lived experience on a variety of issues that affect 21st century teenagers. Each episode provides advice and guidance for parents to help them deal with the issue being discussed and to support their children. You can't help your teenager if you don't know what your teenager is going through.
 
Based on the hugely popular RCH Kids Health Info fact sheets, the Kids Health Info podcast explores common topics and concerns with experts in children's health. Your hosts Margie Danchin, Lexi Frydenberg and Anthea Rhodes are all paediatricians and mums, so they know first-hand what keeps parents up at night. Every episode features guest experts in a range of child and adolescent health specialties, and lots of practical tips and advice. To view the Kids Health Info fact sheets visit: www.r ...
 
STRONG takes an in-depth, insider’s view of the #metoo movement and the systemic misogyny, dehumanization, and sexual exploitation particularly prevalent in the entertainment industry, but present in all communities, and across all walks of life. We celebrate the strength, resilience, compassion, love and community that is required to overcome adversity and navigate the complexities of an exploitative society. Hosted by Barbra Neumann and Tessa Torrence Neumann.
 
Motherhood. Postpartum. Relationships. We’re not experts, we’re moms just like you. We did the research, we read the books, we joined the clubs. And the more we learned about motherhood, the more we realized how many things aren’t talked about publicly. This podcast is for you if: • You’re looking for answers to match your experience. • You ever feel frustrated with mom life and feel like you’re doing it wrong. • You’re looking for your mama tribe that gets you. • You feel misunderstood and ...
 
A shy and dowdy country girl, Berenice feels socially inept beside her vivacious and sophisticated cousin, Marjorie. But Marjorie decides to groom her and when Berenice turns out better than she expected, Marjorie is delighted, till Berenice catches the eye of one of Marjorie's own faithful admirers. Will Berenice remain the timid and diffident country girl, or will her newfound success give her courage? Lois, a young girl engaged to be married, suddenly becomes unsure about the relationship ...
 
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Asperger's Syndrome. In this month’s Mom Talk episode, Samantha Groom shares her story of raising a child with Asperger’s and how to navigate this life. The Unspoken The key to raising a child with Asperger’s Syndrome is to catch the signs early so you can get them the help they need. What We Discuss with Samantha Groom Signs of Asperger’s in child…
 
People are astounded by the fact that we walk amongst trafficked victims. Jennifer Foxworthy started by helping domestic violence victims then came across the issue of human trafficking. After that, she found that human trafficking intersects across other vulnerable populations. Her organization is helping both men and women who are victims. Facebo…
 
Achieving goals. In this episode, Hildie Dunn from The Handel Group shares how to get really clear on what you want for your life, and how to implement a step-by-step plan to achieving your goals. The Unspoken Stop and get clear on your dreams and your visions. Make decisions and take actions each day that align to your dream and vision. What We Di…
 
We take a look at the 2007 Antoine Fuqua/Mark Wahlberg film “Shooter,” a fascinating relic of the 2nd G.W. administration that asks the question “what if a hardass marine sniper operator type fuckin merked Dick Cheney?” Also, Matt brings up some deep lore from the author Stephen Hunter’s other novels that really makes him seem like a fertile well o…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Lynn Gradwell, Director of Children's Services at Barnados, about how young people are recruited into gangs. We discuss county lines and how many young people are unknowingly recruited into gangs to transport drugs and then find themselves too far in to be able to get out. Lynn and I also talk about how parents need to ta…
 
The community is the best resource to prevent and stop human trafficking locally and globally. Tarrant County’s 5-Stones Taskforce collaborative effort against human trafficking is one of the best collaboratives in the US and globally. Anyone can duplicate their actions to fight this crime against humanity. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/inhum…
 
Birthing yourself. In this episode Nina Spears from Baby Chick shares tips on how to have a powerful and healthy postpartum. The Unspoken Not only are you giving birth to your child, but you are giving birth to a new you. Families don’t plan enough for postpartum. What We Discuss with Nina Spears All the tips for preparing for the most supportive p…
 
This is the first episode of Chapo all-stars Derek Davison & Daniel Bessner’s new foreign policy podcast “American Prestige”. To get more, go here: http://patreon.com/americanprestigeIn the premiere episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek get into the US's withdrawal from Afghanistan. Did the military intentionally botch the withdrawal? Has t…
 
We’re joined by Chapo foreign policy desk Derek Davison and Daniel Bessner to check in with America’s various “oopsies”, “uh-ohs” and “oh butterfingers” accidentally enforcing our hegemony around the world. Derek and Danny have a new podcast, American Prestige, covering just this type of thing. If you like them on Chapo, be sure to go checkout thei…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Cath Knibbs, academic researcher on Cybertrauma, about exactly what the term means and how people like her support young people dealing with online harm. We discuss exactly what cybertrauma is, how parents can stop it from happening and also how parents should embrace their teenagers' digital life, rather than try to stop…
 
The community is the best resource to prevent and stop human trafficking locally and globally. Tarrant County’s 5-Stones Taskforce collaborative effort against human trafficking is one of the best collaboratives in the US and globally. Anyone can duplicate their actions to fight this crime against humanity. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/inhum…
 
Healthy gut. In this episode, Royah Loie talks about how to have a healthy microbiome from birth with your children and for yourself as well. The Unspoken There are many ways to increase your child’s microbiome whether you breastfeed, have a vaginal birth, or not. What We Discuss with Royah Loie How to create a healthy microbiome for you and your b…
 
We’re joined by Tides of History’s Patrick Wyman today to take a historical look on things, starting with a brief discussion of the assassination of Haitian president Moïse, and the increasing privatization of violence. We then turn to Patrick’s new book The Verge, examining the crucial years of the Renaissance, and investigating just how and why w…
 
In this month's episode of Real Talk with Raising Children You Like, we are talking about the anxiety that comes with parenting the second child and how to relieve that anxiety and trust in the process that is unfolding in front of us. Link to the show notes here.By Not Your Mother's Podcast with Sonnet and Veronica
 
People are astounded by the fact that we walk amongst trafficked victims. Jennifer Foxworthy started by helping domestic violence victims then came across the issue of human trafficking. After that, she found that human trafficking intersects across other vulnerable populations. Her organization is helping both men and women who are victims. Facebo…
 
Self-care is care. In this episode, Victoria Anderson talks about how to get clear on what you want to create in your life, get to the core of your self-talk that is keeping you from achieving your goals, and what steps to take to start walking forward and being the CEO of your family. The Unspoken It is not self-care, it is care. When we care for …
 
What’s one band you’re ALWAYS thinking about? We start asking some universal questions. Then, we take a pair of articles that again push the idea of Biden as a transformational progressive president and ask who are they for? Why do we keep getting these? Aren’t we all just eating ice cream? C’mon man. Finally, we turn to the federalist to learn abo…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to David Breakspear, somebody who was expelled from school and had various stints in prison. David was sexually abused as a child and displayed challenging behaviour at school. Rather than those around him trying to understand the whole child, David was labelled as a difficult kid and expelled from school. We discuss how his…
 
Constitution - WashingtonGet in the Presidency, George.Episode 2 is up now on Stitcher Premium, with new episodes out on Fridays.To sign up and to get a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/hell on your mobile or desktop browser, click start free trial, select a monthly plan, and use promo code HELL. You'll get access to Hell o…
 
Hopeful Mom, Barb Winters helps families through the exposure and addiction of porn. Barb works with youth in understanding healthy relationships and choices to prevent porn addiction and human trafficking. She shares resources and support systems for parents/guardians of all ages to fight this new drug. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/inhumane…
 
Own your truth. In this episode, Jessica and Jess from the podcast “We Should Talk About That” about being vulnerable, owning your truths, and taking action in your parenting to reflect this. The Unspoken Standing in your own truth as a parent is okay. What We Discuss with Jessica and Jess How to show up as your real self in mom circles and social …
 
It’s a jumbo sized Chapo today, starting with a return of our smash hit segment “Animal Facts” to start off with 20 min of levity and speculation on which of Nature’s magnificent creatures are conduits to the spiritual and/or extraterrestrial world. Then, after one of Will’s maybe sweatiest ever transitions, we move on to discussing the tragic Miam…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Parven Kaur, founder of Kids n Clicks, about how young people can keep safe online and how parents can keep their children safe online. We discuss the many benefits of the internet, but also the dangers and we delve into issues such as online grooming, pornography and social media. We also discuss how parents knowing thei…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Brian Dow, CEO of Mental Health UK and Deputy CEO of Rethink Mental Illness, about the impact that COVID has had on the mental health of young people. We discuss how going in and out of lockdowns has affected social interactions and how it has increased anxiety and withdrawal in young people. The conversation then moves o…
 
Hopeful Mom, Barb Winters helps families through the exposure and addiction of porn. Barb works with youth in understanding healthy relationships and choices to prevent porn addiction and human trafficking. She shares resources and support systems for parents/guardians of all ages to fight this new drug. Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/inhumane…
 
Attachment parenting. In this episode, Amanda and Alexis debunk the fear behind attachment style parenting. This conversation is Inclusive for all moms and they advocate for moms who want to lean into this style of parenting. The Unspoken You are not alone. There are other moms out there who are bedsharing too. What We Discuss with Coffee and Cosle…
 
NYC mayoral elections are tomorrow so we give our final review of the candidates - not great! Then we check in with a Chapo favorite we’ve not discussed in quite a bit but are happy to return to, offering a tentative defense of perhaps The Baseball Crank’s best ever take. Finally, a long and surprisingly thoughtful discussion of modern male intimac…
 
With traditional cigarettes in decline, the e-cigarette or 'vape' has rapidly filled the void. Boasting attractive flavours and a promise of no harmful chemicals, vaping is sometimes perceived as a safe alternative to smoking. Is it? In this episode, Doctors Anthea Rhodes and Lexi Frydenberg are joined by Doctor Moya Vandeleur, a paediatric respira…
 
Who were the U.S. Presidents? What did they do? How did they do it? Why should you care? Chapo Trap House's Matt Christman and Chris Wade will attempt to demystify all 46 U.S. Presidents in this new limited series podcast, discussing how these guys rose to power and how they executed that power as a product of the historical and material circumstan…
 
Over 1000+ complaints were made about a particular performance at the 2021 Grammys. Some labeled it pornographic for families watching while others named it the best performance ever. Who really is responsible for teaching our young people about WAP? Is it the creator /performer or the parents supplying the demand? Facebook - https://www.facebook.c…
 
Traveling with kids. In this episode, Kimberly Crossland shares her secrets on how to make life more adventurous and the key to staying consistent with it. The Unspoken There are so many ways to seek adventure. Adventure can mean whatever you want it to mean. The more comfortable you make it for yourself, the more inclined you are to doing it. It’s…
 
Another triple reading series ep, we’re spoiling you listeners. We start off with a profile of Data For Progress’s new found clout with Dems in the drivers’ seat, but who’s data? And what progress? Then it’s on to the Federalist, for an author who’s simply furious that a living wage for fast food workers might make their precious burritos cost a fe…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Natalie Queiroz, survivor of a horrific knife attack. Natalie shares her story, remembering every last detail about the day she was stabbed 24 times, and how, at eight months pregnant, both she and her baby survived. Natalie now works tirelessly to get knives off our streets and works works particular with young people to…
 
Intentional living. In this episode, Stephanie Uchima-Carney shares her secrets on creating a life with intention and purpose so you can leave behind what doesn’t serve you. The Unspoken Our role as a mother is not our only identity, we can play many roles, but that does not define who we are What We Discuss with Stephanie Uchima-Carney A step by s…
 
Changes in eating habits can be very common in childhood but in some instances these changes can be the early signs of disordered eating and eating disorders. In this podcast episode we sit down with Dr Michele Yeo, a paediatrician at the RCH who specialises in adolescent health, and in particular eating disorders. Michele discusses how parents can…
 
A loose and chill hang out ep as we come to you from Atlantic City after our successful appearance at the FRQNCY1 festival. We pitch some of our concepts to revitalize AC and solve America’s Trump problem in one tidy package, lament the purging of some truly wonderful cranks and goofys from twitter, then travel Into The Ray Donoverse.…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to David Linton-Smith, counsellor, trainee psychotherapist and avid gamer, about the world of online gaming. We discuss all the jargon, such as skins and microtransactions, and we go through the risks that exist when teenagers game online. David also provides advice, guidance and information about how the online gaming world…
 
Hormonal Health. In this episode, Megan Blacksmith talks about holistic and hormonal health and how the power of our thoughts and beliefs show up in our health and overall feeling in our daily lives. The Unspoken We often look for the one thing as the cause we can blame for the way we feel or look. There is no one diet that is right, or one thing t…
 
Amit Singh Kalley talks to Holly Archer and Scarlett Jones, from the Holly Project, about Child Sexual Exploitation. Both guests talk with brutal honesty about going through CSE themselves and how they eventually managed to escape from the awful places they were in. We discuss how so many signs were missed and how easily they went from children to …
 
Motherhood is not a secret. In this month’s Mom talk, Alessandra Simmons brings motherhood into the public, incorporating all the parts of yourself in what you bring to the table is powerful. The Unspoken Motherhood is not a private thing. It is powerful when you can bring together all the parts of yourself to the conversation and table, including …
 
US citizens have been in an uproar about kids in cages at the US/Mexico border. Is this where your anger begins? Shouldn’t the anger begin with parents/guardians entrusting their children to smugglers and traffickers? Shouldn't you want to stop the fact that these children and youth are experiencing inhumane acts onto them and others? Where is the …
 
In this episode, hosts Dr Margie Danchin and Dr Lexi Frydenberg tackle the big topic of head injuries and concussion with special guest Professor Vicki Anderson, neuropsychologist and Head of Psychology at The Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne. Our expert team discuss the signs and symptoms of head injury, how it should be treated, and break dow…
 
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