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Parenting Up, Parenting Down is a podcast designed to support caregivers. The biggest growing population, the sandwich generation, are those who are caring for their growing children and their aging parents. Sometimes, all at once. This generation of individuals are feeling more stress than any other age group as they try to balance these responsibilities. The job is extreme, demanding, and can bring on conflicting emotions. So, pour yourself a cup of coffee, cozy up on the couch with a blan ...
 
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Special guest and Certified Life Coach, Mary Remmes, joins co-hosts Jen and Elena as an aging parent guide and relationship expert. Mary’s professional and personal experiences are incredibly valuable to our Parenting Up|Parenting Down family. Listeners will walk away understanding that you have more control than you realize over how you experience…
 
Join us for the first episode of a two-part show on how to raise anti-racist kids. Leadership coaches, Jayme Alilaw and Hillary Hittner, kick off the conversation by talking in depth about how to begin the discussions at home and they share how the first step in raising anti-racist kids starts with the adults in the home. This is a thoughtful, rich…
 
Jeff and Debra Jay almost need no introduction. Appearing on programs such as Dr. Oz, The Oprah Winfrey Show, and PBS, they have built a career sharing their knowledge on how to prevent or recover from a life of addiction. This episode, we get their expertise on recognizing the signs and creating space for a loved one to get help.…
 
Julie Miller, MS, RDN, joins Elena, Jen and Sheila to talk about kids, mealtime and nutrition. Julie talks about her work to supports families to cultivate meaningful relationships at mealtime and beyond and shares important tools for parents who have picky eaters. She believes that everyone has a job at meal time and when we’re clear on who is res…
 
As parents, we already have a very long and established relationship with food and for many of us, it isn’t always great. In this episode, Sam Eaton, Eating Psychology Coach, joins us to talk about how to support our children to develop their own, unique but healthy relationship with food - no matter what our own food journey looks like.…
 
Jim Cooper, Licensed Clinical Social Worker with Hospice and Palliative Care Charlotte Region, connects with us on taking the fear out of the “H” word. It just makes sense to expand your Healthcare team when your healthcare journey gets complicated. Both hospice care and palliative care are a huge asset to families. Doing your homework ahead of tim…
 
This episode is part two of “How to Make Agreements with Our Kids.” Sheila Storrer joins us for a follow-up conversation to Episode 4 to answer listener questions. A lot of you wrote to us asking about next steps if/when your kids don’t follow through on family agreements. Sheila answers questions and also dives deeper into how to help teach kids t…
 
Reoccurring guest, Sheila Storrer and 2nd time guest, Jane Mayer connect with us on managing grief and what to do when a parent remarries after the other one has passed away. Surviving parents are entitled to move on and have a life after their spouse has passed away. How we, as adult children, manage our grief, insecurities, and protective side re…
 
At just 31 years old, Molly Ruggere serves as founder and CEO of Counter Culture Club, an organization committed to creating social spaces free of alcohol. This episode, Molly discusses her own journey to an alcohol-free life and why people from around the world have joined her in creating social calendars that leave out cocktails and the dreaded “…
 
Join Registered Nurse and Certified Advance Care Consultant, Sue Bergmann, in this parenting down episode dedicated to the importance of Normalizing Future Healthcare Planning. No matter you and healthy you are, you don’t want to miss this episode where Sue shares her deeply personal story and lots of great tips on how to get started on your planni…
 
Lidia Evangelista, a life and spiritual coach, joins Jen and Elena to talk about Overwhelm and Back to School. As a widowed mom a ten-year-old daughter, Lidia shares her personal experience around this time of year. She also addresses how returning to school after quarantine impacts this already hectic season. Don’t miss this episode where this inc…
 
Former pro beach volleyballer Gabby Reece uses her athletic background to help people realize the benefits of a healthier lifestyle. This episode, Gabby references "cleaning out the corners," to inspire us to create and sustain habits that will transform our wellbeing and explores the question of whether or not alcohol fits into a holistically "wel…
 
Getting your kids in that ‘back to school mindset’ might be tricky. WBTV Anchor/Reporter Alex Giles talks with Angela Poovey, School Counseling Coordinator from Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools about preparing your kids for what could be another unusual school year.By Queen City Podcast Network
 
Companies and organizations around the world are considering implementing a four-day work week. Could it work in the US? At least one local organization believes it can. WBTV anchor/reporter Alex Giles talks with Jack Kellum from the UK think tank Autonomy, and CMPD Officer Kristina Frazita about shortening the hours we work.…
 
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