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Be Certain E4: The Cause---Coping or Creating

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Release Date: 07/20/2020

Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E15: Threats to Teenage Children, Ages 12–18 show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E15: Threats to Teenage Children, Ages 12–18

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For 21st-century children to succeed, they need parents that understand the threats to their growth. Learn the 15 threats that impact your teens so you can adapt your parenting appropriately during this stage and make this time as great as it can be. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E14: Firm, Flexible, Conversant, and Accountable Parenting, Ages 12–18 show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E14: Firm, Flexible, Conversant, and Accountable Parenting, Ages 12–18

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Adolescence is considered a critical period in our society because teenagers’ development can be impacted in so many ways. This is one reason why it is important to provide firm, flexible, conversant, and accountable parenting during these years. Learn how to successfully apply this form of parent leadership and feel more confident with your teens. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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Since our podcast has always been sponsored by FirstAnswers.com, it will now be called First Answers. Same great host, same great content. Follow First Answers on Facebook to stay up to date. Visit FirstAnswers.com to find more about the podcast and tons of resources for families and mental health.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E13: Find Uniqueness and Create a Strong Family Community, Ages 6–11 show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E13: Find Uniqueness and Create a Strong Family Community, Ages 6–11

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As parents, we adapt to our children as they mature so we can provide the conditions that will help them avoid the pitfalls or threats to their growth. This works best when you communicate to your children that you understand each one of them in a unique manner and at the same time make your family the primary point of reference for your children. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E12: Individualizing and Belonging, Ages 6–11 show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E12: Individualizing and Belonging, Ages 6–11

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When parents adjust their leadership to match their children’s ages and stages, they will also need to have two types of knowledge: what healthy development looks like and the nature of the threats that can adversely affect children. In this episode, learn how to begin the process of adjusting to the circumstances your children ages 6-11 are in and turning them into success. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E11: Promote 5 Kinds of Growth in Children, Birth–5 years show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E11: Promote 5 Kinds of Growth in Children, Birth–5 years

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There are several things you can do to create a great formula for success as a parent leader of children in this generation. In this episode, you will find descriptions of the five types of growth and development you’re working toward and how to apply ten impact practices that increase the possibility of your parenting success. Learning these will give you a set of tools that will help you feel confident that what you are doing is the right thing for your children. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E10: Clear, Predictable, and Nurturing Leadership for Children, Birth–5 years show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E10: Clear, Predictable, and Nurturing Leadership for Children, Birth–5 years

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The exciting benefits of parent leadership can be seen when parents adapt to the maturing of their children, to individual children, and adapt their family to promote children's development. See how this works for children from birth to five years of age. Knowing how children will develop and then matching what you do to help them will provide a lot of satisfaction and fulfillment for you and success for your children. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E9: Getting the Good Things You Teach in Your Family Applied Outside Your Family show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E9: Getting the Good Things You Teach in Your Family Applied Outside Your Family

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Good parents want to make sure the important lessons they teach their children inside the family will be applied when children are away from the family. This episode describes what you can do to organize your family to ensure that your children will internalize and apply the good things you teach them. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E8: Be a Strategic Parent show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E8: Be a Strategic Parent

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When you become a parent, you have a choice. You can simply try to cope with all the new demands you face, which is necessary, or you can develop a strategic plan for your children and your family. In this episode, learn how to strategically use the resources in your family to promote growth in your children and more satisfaction for yourself. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E7: Be an Intentional Parent show art Parent Leadership for 21st-Century Children E7: Be an Intentional Parent

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It can be very easy when your family is young to get so preoccupied with the demands on your time that you unwittingly become parents who are busy reacting and putting out fires more than you are leading. In this episode, learn how to be an intentional parent and organize your family's work, rules, and relationships to produce the outcomes you want. This can make parenting easier and more engaging for you and more clear and effective for your children. Visit mattersmostmedia.org to find more about the podcast and FirstAnswers.com to find tons of parenting resources.

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Any attempt to arrive at a trustworthy conclusion of what causes things is more likely to succeed when you take into account your emotional and psychological circumstances as well as accurately assess and understand the problem. People who learn to react and cope tend to make one type of decision, and people who create and move forward make another. You will likely be more accurate when you do both.