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Fresh update on "janet" discussed on WGR Programming

WGR Programming

00:39 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on WGR Programming

"Let's have our competition. Those who are turning a certain age today or this week and we play the game and guess what do we got? Here Come, all right. Let's start with Janet Jackson, a musician and From other fame. How old is Janet Jackson turning today? Thank you kindly for letting us know who she is. We would have stumbled our way through that had you not given the modifier that she's a musician, among other things. I believe she's she's got to be like 55. Yeah, Miss Jackson say, 58. Wow, Shit spot on 55 is how are these time? Incredible. I want to thank James from the neighborhood back in hand cramming for the Quinter jets. Cannot forget James from the neighborhood. All right,.

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Treasury Secretary Yellen Hints at Rise in Rates

CNBC's Fast Money

01:00 min | Last week

Treasury Secretary Yellen Hints at Rise in Rates

"Did janet yellen just put the market on notice that higher rates are coming. It may be that interest rates will have to rise somewhat to make sure our economy doesn't overheat and just hours later the white house back that up. You mentioned this coming friday. She said in remarks published today that interest rates will have to rise somewhat to make sure that our economy doesn't overheat. This president vice president certainly agrees with his treasury secretary secretary later clarified her remarks. Saying it's not something. I'm predicting are recommending. If anyone appreciate the independence of the fed. I think that person is me but still her comments got us. Thinking could higher rates beyond the way either changing fed policy perhaps pressure from the white house or possibly a change at the top with fed chair. Jerome powell term ending in february

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Yellen: Biden's Phased-in Spending Plan Won't Fuel Inflation

Snap Judgment

00:13 sec | Last week

Yellen: Biden's Phased-in Spending Plan Won't Fuel Inflation

"Secretary Janet Yellen says President Biden's multi trillion dollar plans for infrastructure jobs and families won't cause inflation and the U. S has tools to address it. If it does, stressing the spending will be phased in over a decade.

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FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Tobacco Products

First Light

02:12 min | 2 weeks ago

FDA Moves to Ban Menthol Cigarettes and Flavored Tobacco Products

"Light up plans are underway by the Food and Drug Administration to ban menthol flavored cigarettes and all flavored cigars more from Kathy Foster. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the U. S. And One study, conducted by the Food and Drug Administration found that a ban on mental cigarettes could potentially save more than 630,000 lives by 2050 acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock says Because of that, the next year the FDA plans to work toward issuing tobacco products standards that will be in mental and cigarettes. And ban all flavors, including mental in cigars, Woodcock says banning mental the last allowable flavor and banning all flavors in cigars will help save lives, adding methanol acts like a drug when smoked aesthetic properties and qualities that help mask the harshness and irritation of tobacco smoke. Flavored tobacco, including flavors found in some cigars and cigarillos make smoking more appealing by reducing initial aversive responses, according to the latest available statistics released by the CDC. More than a third of all cigarettes sold in the United States were mental flavored. Studies also show that methanol can especially believe young people to become regular smokers, since the flavors may make it easier for beginners to try tobacco. Furthermore, FDA tobacco products Director Mitch Zeller says this Right. The tremendous progress made getting people to stop smoking over the past 55 years. The progress has not been experienced by everyone. Equally. 85% of all black smokers use mental cigarettes. Compared to just 30% of white smokers. And while we've seen declines and mental cigarette use among non Hispanic white use, we have not seen the same declines. And youth from communities of color. The potential band would only apply to keep the products off the market but would not apply to individual possession or use the tobacco industry and its allies are making it clear they plan to put up a challenge. And while the FDA hopes to have the band in place within the next year, it must first go through at number of hurdles, including legal challenges, public comment and even the White House

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Should Potty Training Be Child-Led? With Bedwetting Expert Dr. Steven Hodges

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:16 min | 2 weeks ago

Should Potty Training Be Child-Led? With Bedwetting Expert Dr. Steven Hodges

"You subscribe to the idea that children should lead their potty training. That children should be the ones to let parents know that they are ready. And sort of following the child method rather than the parent doing three day potty training or one of these potty training methods yeah for sure. I'm definitely a fan of child. Lead apparent lead. But with a one caveat so i found that you know three and younger tends to be a little bit too young in terms of maturity from us. Kids generally four teams to be a little too old because they're in preschool and they should know by then honestly if you can't probably four then maybe they have an issue that makes it impossible and you could get evaluated but somewhere between three and a half and four. Most kids have the physical ability in the mental ability. To kind of get it into go. And so i think introducing it gently at that. Point is fine. I i don't think that you have to force the issue. Most of them the one case kind of positive peer pressure when other kids doing it and they wanna do it as well. The one for training late And i've noticed a lot. Is that peeing in. Party is very easy for those kids. They control it well. But pooping in the potty. The more you get used to doing it in a pull up the kinda hard on toilet and so. That's a little bit of takes a little bit of help guidance. Through that because some kids as communist constipation as communist toting issues aren't kids You know delayed. Pooping on the potty. Where they just asked for pull up to go poop. Instead of doing the troll is very communist world. It's just you know. Old habits are hard to break sometimes. And you gotta work a little bit at it. The kids don't usually willfully poop on the toilet as easily as they do the pig and do you think that's just a force of habit or do you have the sense that it's also a child feeling maybe rushed or push emotionally and isn't quite ready to take that step and they feel that the parent trying to urge them ahead. Did you ever consider those aspects. yes i think. Pooping has just a hard thing for people to do is is interesting. Every kid i've been around you know has had an episode. were kinda feel good to poop. And they don't really don't know what to make of it you know. It's an uncomfortable on. They learn easily that you can Hold it in that. Kinda urge goes away so that it's so common and then since their minds involves much worse. It like a stressful situation. I think kind of hiding behavior having up do it in just seems safer that sitting on a toilet Little bit

U.S. Lifts Pause on J&J's Covid Vaccine

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

U.S. Lifts Pause on J&J's Covid Vaccine

"On Johnson and Johnson's covert 19 vaccine. Just hours after a CDC recommendations for an extensive review of the available data, the FDA and CDC are lifting the recommended pause on the Johnson and Johnson or Jenson Covert 19 vaccine. That's acting commissioner Dr Janet Woodcock, ABC Stevo Since Sami is that CDC headquarters, health authorities put a pause on using the vaccine after six women came down with severe blood clots about two weeks after getting the shot the CDC shares that there are now 15 of these cases, most of them with severe blood clots near the brain. All of them are women between 18 and 59 years old. Three of them died and seven are still hospitalized. But the experts underlying that thieves are out of eight million Americans who've gotten the shot with no serious complications. Those who received the shot will be told to watch for symptoms, including severe headache or leg pain, which could be signs of blood clots. Vice President Harris hit

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Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine: FDA, CDC Call for 'Pause' in Distribution

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:19 sec | Last month

Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine: FDA, CDC Call for 'Pause' in Distribution

"Remain recommending an immediate pause in the distribution of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine due to a handful of blood clot concerns cases of a rare and severe type of blood clot following vaccine administration. The acting FDA Commissioner Janet Woodcock says the federal health agencies want more time to review the data. The World Health

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AGs from Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last month

AGs from Kentucky, Tennessee sue over stimulus tax rule

"Two more states are suing the bite in administration over provision in the code relief bill that blocks them from using those funds to cut their state taxes the attorneys general of Kentucky and Tennessee both Republicans have filed suit against the treasury department and other agencies seeking to overturn a part of the one point nine trillion dollar relief package that bar states from using relief money to offset tax cuts they're seeking an injunction against what they call an unprecedented power grab by the federal government thirteen other states filed suit last week in Alabama federal court treasury secretary Janet Yellen when challenged on the provision told states they can still cut their taxes if they want they just can't use relief funds to offset the reduction in tax revenue if they change their laws Jackie Quinn Washington

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Janet Yellen Calls for Minimum Global Corporate Income Tax

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:58 sec | Last month

Janet Yellen Calls for Minimum Global Corporate Income Tax

"We heard from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen today and she called for a global minimum corporate tax rate. She laid out a new multilateral approach in virtual remarks to the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. President fighters proposals announced last week called Bull domestic Action, including to raise three US minimum tax rate and renewed international engagement. We're working with G 20 nations to agree to a global minimum corporate tax rate that can stop the race to the bottom. Now. At the same time, Yellen singled out China, saying the U. S needs a strong presence in global markets to level the playing field, yelling by the way, is participating at her first I M F and World Bank meetings as U. S Treasury secretary. These meetings, by the way, will focus on climate change. And helping to boost I f I m F resources to help poor nations cope with covert

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Yellen calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

Pat Thurston

00:24 sec | Last month

Yellen calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

"That suggestion from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen as the Biden administration seeks to increase the corporate tax rate here at home to help pay for its massive infrastructure plan. We're working with 20 nations. To agree to a global minimum corporate tax rate that can stop the race to the bottom. One of the goals to keep US businesses from relocating offshore. Derek Shoven absolutely

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Treasury Department calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

Marketplace Minute

00:17 sec | Last month

Treasury Department calls for global minimum corporate tax rate

"Treasury secretary. Janet yellen is calling for a global minimum tax rate for corporations that she said would prevent what she called the race to the bottom where countries cut their tax rates to learn businesses. Yellen said the. Us is discussing the plan with g twenty nations.

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Treasury's Yellen Calls for Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | Last month

Treasury's Yellen Calls for Global Minimum Corporate Tax Rate

"Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is calling for the adoption of a global minimum corporate tax rate, the strategy behind a global minimum taxes. Reduce the likelihood of companies relocating elsewhere. If President Biden is successful, it boosting the U. S corporate tax rate from 21 up to 28%. That increase is scheduled to fund his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Ellen, making the announcement during a speech at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Today. The average corporate rate among G seven nations is 24% and nine countries recently lowered their rates. Yellin says the Biden administration would work with other advanced economies in the G 20 to set a

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How To Balance Bodily Autonomy and Safety

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:56 min | Last month

How To Balance Bodily Autonomy and Safety

"So this parent is concerned about her daughter's feelings around bodily autonomy and that is a whole other issue. That will be another podcast in the future. I imagine it's important that we deliver this message to our children that we let them know through our words but even more importantly our actions and the way that we interact with our children that they do have a right to personal boundaries around their body that they aren't just love objects for us to enjoy and do whatever we want with nor should anybody else that they have a right to consent to any kind of touch and this can be confusing for parents because there are situations where we are keeping our child safe or keeping them appropriate and we do need to touch them without their permission. They may be saying no. I don't want that. These situations include buckling our child into a car seat changing a messy diaper more picking them up and carrying them out of a situation that they are showing their unable to leave on their own or stopping them from a behavior that we can't let them do so when parents are concerned about bodily autonomy and. This has become kind of a buzz phrase. Which is i think. Positive that were thinking about this and talking about this and understanding the children do deserve respect but it can make parents feel tentative about these situations where children do need us to confidently touch them and help them physically. And we want to do that. With a lot of acknowledging of our children's feelings welcoming them to be upset but letting them know clearly. You don't like this. Don't want to be in this car seat. It seems like really. Don't like to be strapped in. But i've got to do this to keep you

13 attorneys general sue Biden admin over stimulus tax rule

Buck Sexton

00:40 sec | Last month

13 attorneys general sue Biden admin over stimulus tax rule

"Attorneys general from 13 States sued the Biden administration on Wednesday. Over a provision in the federal stimulus that bar's tax cuts from being offset with relief money. The filing and U. S District Court in Alabama asks judges to strike down the provision that prohibits states from using $195 billion of federal aid. You either directly or indirectly offset a reduction in net tax revenue. Restriction could apply through 2024. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is named in the suit earlier this month. She says states can still cut taxes as long as relief funds aren't used to cover for the

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Seattle's University of Washington Opens Clinic To Treat COVID-19 'Long-Haulers'

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

00:49 sec | Last month

Seattle's University of Washington Opens Clinic To Treat COVID-19 'Long-Haulers'

"The long term consequences of covert disease ranged from serious long damage to problems like brain fog or fatigue that could make returning to work difficult. Dr Janet freely with you W Medicine, which now has a special long haulers clinic, says the evidence and experience It shows many of the symptoms are related to a prolonged immune response, which she says sets off systemic inflammation and nervous system problems. A lot of the approaches that we use and seem to be most helpful or really geared towards reducing that inflammation and sort of calming the nervous system down and helping to better regulate freely says they're seeing success with a combo of strategies, including a team approach with doctors who can treat the physical or cognitive issues. Freely says they are seeing some improvement of long covert symptoms after people are vaccinated, but that more research is needed. Ryan Harris Co.

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Recording Registry adds albums by Janet Jackson, Nas

Bob Sirott

00:39 sec | Last month

Recording Registry adds albums by Janet Jackson, Nas

"Induction of iconic recordings into the Library of Congress. National Recording Registry. Yeah, these air songs and recordings that are going to be preserved for all time. Based on their importance and Janet Jackson's rhythm nation is going on there. The rapper NAS eyes going to be in the national registry, Jackson Browne's 1974 album Late in the day, Albert King's born under a bad sign. Kermit's of the Rainbow Connection. Marlo Thomas is free to be you and me are just some of the inductees

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Powell, Yellen agree valuations in the market may be high

Squawk Pod

00:28 sec | Last month

Powell, Yellen agree valuations in the market may be high

"Fed chair. Jay powell and treasury secretary janet yellen testified before the senate banking community day yesterday appearing before a house hearing both told lawmakers they still expect a strong rebound this year is the vaccine. Roll out expands. Economic activity picks up But the recovery is far from complete. They also agree that while valuations and parts of the market or high. That's no cause for alarm just

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Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

The Breakdown with NLW

05:54 min | Last month

Stablecoins in the Hot Seat: Powell Calls Bitcoin a Substitute for Gold

"There was an absolute flurry of content and commentary yesterday around the place of bitcoin. Stable coins defy and the digital asset industry as a whole vis-a-vis. Us government regulation as well as how a digital dollar might shake that all up before we get into it. Let's at the terms of the debate. One of the competitors for this cycles top fudd is the government will ban it if it gets sufficiently threatening now to be clear banning depending on your sister could mean anything from an outright ban of use in holding too forceful seizure too limiting access to on and off ramps to the more benign from a commercial standpoint but no less threatening from a privacy standpoint integration of the full crypto infrastructure into the am l. kyc. Money surveillance apparatus. I've spent some time on this show looking into global versions where this fudd seems to be playing out in particular. We've been watching the evolving situation in india and nigeria india which seems gearing up for a bill that would have some sort of outright ban although at least one finance minister says that that's not the case and nigeria. Where the central bank of nigeria. I reiterated that banks should not be working with crypto users which they've then subsequently rolled back just a little bit either way however really what everyone has been focused on is the us particularly in the context of a new administration. The last administration had friends and foes alike when it came to bitcoin and crypto trump. Famously tweeted that he did not like bitcoin or crypto. But we didn't really take that seriously as a threat because it was so clearly about zuckerberg and libra mnuchin was a much bigger enemy. Probably wrote that text for trump's tweet even and clearly wanted to tighten the reins in his final act. He was trying to require exchanges to collect more information. When users transferred crypto to their own wallets on the flip side however there was brian brooks who was absolutely revolutionary at the office of the comptroller of the currency. The changes he oversaw are a huge reason. Why so many big institutions are now playing in this space. Why so many big traditional banks feel like they have to race to catch up to allow people to offer their customers crypto services however as we know from physics every action has a reaction and to some extent one reason why observers are so keenly watching the biden administration is to see how much they're going to respond or try to walk back with brooks in the occ changed on top of that. As the biden administration has come to power the price and volume around bitcoin stable coins and the rest of the digital asset industries have made them much more on ignore -able last time joe biden was in office. Bitcoin is about four hundred and thirty bucks. Now it's been over fifty thousand dollars for sixteen days in a row tether was barely out of diapers now. It has a market supply above forty billion in his doing upwards of one hundred billion dollars in volume per day combined with us dc. And you've got over. Fifty billion dollars of usd approximates there so lot more is at stake with that. People have been watching. Two things has come in and what they're saying on the who has come inside. Janet yellen is back for another round although this time is treasury secretary rather than as he chair gary genzer to is back. Although this time is as he c- chair. Instead of cftc chair of these two there is much more optimism around gessler who has done a pretty fair bit of work to understand where the crypto industry is coming from even teaching a course at mit about bitcoin and blockchain. And of course we have someone who still around in the form. Of jay powell. The federal reserve chairman. His ex factor. And all these discussions is the potential of a central bank digital currency a digital dollar. That could potentially shift the us's relationship with these projects now in terms of what we've seen these actors say so far over the last few months up until now it's been pretty standard fare one part. There's a lot of exciting potential here. One part we have to protect investors though and one part but it's also used by criminals over the last couple of days however we've gotten both comments and news that could shift as into our next phase of understanding what the us is relationship with. Bitcoin stable coins and other digital assets is going to look going forward. So let's talk about powell speaking about cdc's and cryptos at a bank for international settlements panel yesterday. Let's talk about the announcement of digital dollar prototypes coming this summer. And let's talk about new draft fat. If guidelines around cryptocurrencies. I up powell. Did a session yesterday with leaders from the bank for international settlements including augustine carstens. We talked about last week. He was asked about crypto currencies. And whether he saw them as a threat. And here's what he said. We call them crypto assets. You know. they're they're highly volatile. See bitcoin and therefore not real useful as a store of value in there not backed by anything. They're more of an asset for speculation. So they're also not particularly in use as a means of payment. It's more speculative asset. That's it's essentially a substitute for gold rather than for the dollar. And i think with crypto acids the the the public needs to understand the risks. The principle thing is there's the volatility there's also the outsized energy requirements requirement for for mining. And the fact that they're not backed by anything so let's break out these three reasons that he wasn't particularly impressed by cryptos. I this idea of volatility or that. It's just an asset for speculation. Basically he's dismissing bitcoin and any other crypto as something that he does not have to stress about or really factor into his consideration around global monetary competition while many. Bitcoin is grabbed onto the essentially a substitute for gold piece as a great tweet and knocked to the gold bugs. Who they're trying to convert or at least undermined powell was saying this more. Like a giant shooing away. A fly gold is to him clearly. Irrelevant an unimportant antiquated part of the fiat system that he sits at the helm of in that way a substitute for that thing does not present a threat

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Powell, Yellen to testify in Congress

Marketplace Minute

00:23 sec | Last month

Powell, Yellen to testify in Congress

"Janet yellen are poised to deliver a fairly optimistic economic outlook when they testify congressional oversight hearings today and tomorrow in written testimony. The treasury secretary says there could be a full employment rebound by next year. Meanwhile fed chair. Powell says the recovery has been quicker than earlier forecasts predicted and stimulus has helped the travel industry is

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Days. It's so easy to forget about our own health and wellbeing. Neum is a lifestyle app. that helps empower you. To be mindful of yourself as you are of your kids your family and other day to day responsibilities you set your goals and new personalizes a program to help make them happen in just ten minutes a day old habits tough to break. And there's a lot of confusing contradictory information out there. But numerous designed by psychologists specifically to help you understand and change negative or unwanted behavior. It's a cognitive behavioral approach. That makes sense right because once. You're aware of why you do what you do. It's easier to change unhealthy habits. Numerous rules willpower shaming. And there's no finish line at all. Neum helps give you the self knowledge and confidence to develop your own healthy mindful habits that you can maintain for the long run for me. It's about balancing my work with other healthy physical activities but whatever your goals are eating better to feel better having more energy or stamina maybe enjoying exercise again or just practicing more self care neum works with your lifestyle on your scheduled to help you feel good about your choices and improve your chances for long term success and i love is that you're not doing this alone you're assigned your own personalized coach. A real person for support to keep you on track and help you achieve your goals. You can sign up for a trial today at neum dot com slash respect. That's neum and om dot com slash respect new mass for just ten mindful minutes a day and they'll support your journey twenty four seven. Check it out at noon dot com slash respect and start your trial today. Okay here's the note that i received from this parent. I'm having a very challenging time. Watching my son repeatedly and in

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

04:20 min | 5 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Mindset is for us to rise tall into our power as parents to believe in and embody our power the power differential between us and our children is enormous and for our children. It actually needs to be because if we can imagine being a tiny new person in the world for them to feel that they are overwhelming for us that their behavior has the power to regularly upset us. This message that they're a little more than we can handle is disquieting so what we can do by understanding and stepping into our power is give our children this whole layer of safety and comfort. That doesn't mean life is going to be perfect and easy all the time with young children. It just isn't. There are a lot of challenges but this is like a foundational comfort level that we're giving our children and if it's not their life is going to be a lot tougher for us because it's less comfortable for our children and so. This is a lot of practical level for us because our children's behavior goes hand in hand with their level of comfort so when they display challenging behaviors. it's a sign of some level of discomfort. And if they have this basic sense of security that we've got this job like we can do this job. We can handle them. Whatever happens. were not intimidated. Were not threatened by them and their behavior. That helps lessen a lot of the issues that they have so other. Reasons is important for us to come into communion with our power it helps us to be less reactive to all the things that happen with our children to their behavior and all their little experiments and emotionally fueled unreasonable behavior that they have and help us to avoid a lot of the pitfalls around giving power to behavior so a lot of times a behavioral will start as a one time thing or an experiment whether this is a child using certain words or throwing hitting being resistant to that. We want to help them. Do like get into the car seat. Oftentimes this is a one time thing that we unwittingly magnify and can turn into a more frequent issue because we've given at power. We've shown our children that this is something that gets our attention in a negative way. That upsets us. That we don't have a handle on their fourth tendency can be for them to keep going there to on some level explore why we don't have a handle on this and they're kind of saying to make me feel comfortable that you've got your job. I need you to have a calmer response to this. I need you to help me to show me that. You can handle all these sides of mate that are coming out so that i can feel safe and this is a journey to self confidence parents that i know intimately because for most of my life i was not a confident person and even kind of wore that like a badge and then it would be validated by my parents or even teachers so then you believe it more and more and then i had my oldest daughter who is a strong wonderful personality. And i've shared a lot about my journey with her. How i had to find the confident parent and myself out of love for her and the intense desire to give her what she needed. I started to realize took a long time for me to figure this out but she needed me to be that for her.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

06:57 min | 6 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"If you've answered it before our two and a half year old son doesn't seem to want to say hello or goodbye to adults. Which is something. I'm trying to model and encourage. He won't say hello or goodbye to people in our building when they say hello to him and at school which he loves and runs inside to. He won't say goodbye to his teacher. I made the mistake of saying by teacher. Now it's your turn to say it now. Every time he says it's not my turn. I would even be fine if he ignored people but when someone says hello sometimes he'll yell back not talk to me. No say that any advice. Okay so actually. I was quite inspired by this note. And i realized that i have a lot of advice or i have a lot of things to say about this topic even so much. That cited for tiktok. And i did a couple videos about this because i thought that it would be helpful for me to demonstrate what to do when you are in a situation where your child is not saying. Hello and the adults seemed to be pushing for that to happen. So if you are on the platform you may want to check that out. The first thing i want to talk about is the beginning of what she says she says are two a half year. Old son doesn't seem to want to say hello or goodbye to adults so one of the keys to respectful parenting or really. Any kind of effective parenting is to understand the why. Why doesn't he want to say hello or goodbye to adults. Why do we think he wouldn't wanna do that. Well what we know about young children is that they do not have the same kind of filters that we have as adults. They are much more sensitive vulnerable wide open so these things that we take for granted as adults that we're going to say. Hi how are you. I'm fine and maybe we don't really mean. I'm fine but we say it children. Don't have that glib response. They're actually much more honest than that. They're taking in this person and their energy and it's a lot for them to say hello at this age. It's a lot for them to put themselves out there that way because it is a vulnerable moment for them. They don't have this down so knowing this that it. It's really a big deal for a child to respond to someone especially some of they don't know very well or more maybe a total stranger to them. What they need is a lot of our trust and our ease around this so that they can feel the safety to do what seems to us as a very small thing. Just say hi. It must have big deal when they say hi. They really mean it. And they're really connecting sold to solve with this person. One of my favorite things magda gerber used to say referring to the way a baby or toddler looks at us she would say there are three kinds of people who will look at you that way a lover an insane person and a baby that openness that showing their soul that children do and that intensity and so what encourages children is again. This whole feeling of safety. My parents trust me. They're comfortable with. However i handle this. They're not feeling impatient. They're not projecting discomfort intention into the situation. They need that trust and they will do it. I promise you they will you know then. There's certain times when they're actually rightfully not feeling comfortable with that person. Maybe the person is too pushy there too demanding and that's a wonderful sensitivity that we actually want our children to have that intuitive about people so that they don't let the wrong people into their life. Obviously that's very very important but what can happen is maybe we're not understanding how different are child is from us as adults in this manner. How in their innocence and sensitivity. That this isn't an easy thing to do just to say that one word and so we try to. Prompt or maybe. We're just uncomfortable that this other person is expecting something. And we've got to please them so were prompting our child or coaxing them and then were feeling disappointed that they're not performing as we hope they would. That's understandable too but it doesn't help us get what we want. Which is our child to have genuine good manners not just. My child is saying the words and any feeling of pressure that a child has or any of us have doesn't help us to perform doesn't help us to be at our best especially in these vulnerable situations for example. I still feel like this. I could be typing something on my computer and my child. Not someone intimidating. One of my children. They are adults now but they're not intimidating. They're not judging me. They're coming over to look over my shoulder for some reason. I've asked them to or their there and all of a sudden they can't type anymore. How crazy is that. I making all these mistakes. That i wouldn't have made i get a little frazzled. I know i'm probably more sensitive than the average adult. Maybe more childlike in that way. But i feel that. I totally feel that. And so if my parent really wants me to do something. They're watching. And i know that all the attention is on me right now. It's not going to be easy to do something as risky as sharing myself with this person saying hello and i think the difficulty that we face as parents one of the difficulties is that there is this old school way of thinking that maybe our parents had our parents parents we teach manners directly and we make our child say hi. That's our job so that they'll be able to grow up and have manners but that's not the way it works. This parent already understands that. It sounds like she's been very subtle about the whole thing because she does understand that she mostly wants to model that. That's the best way to encourage. Manners are blossoming that children have and what they need from. Us is to nurture the environment for them to blossom in their time. We trust that the blessing

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

07:29 min | 8 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"The innate drive children have to explore and learn and go deeper and deeper into understanding their world and especially these powerful figures us. . And I hear from parents about issues similar to this, , not in regard to race but I've heard it in regard to I. . Don't like Gramma or go away to people on the street or go away two neighbors that are being kind and I've heard it happened with other things that parents care about. . For example, , if it's important for a parent to raise children who are gender neutral and they have, , let's say a daughter who only wants to wear pink frilly Princess's dresses. . That can become a thing that starts as an in the moment behavior or exploration. . And then because it hits a Chord with the parent, , it takes hold and becomes a thing. . In this case, , I don't think the child believes in their heart. . The black people are scary. . I don't think this child actually believes that and yet is continuing. . Because the child wants to learn about their power with this parent. . The another thing about young children is they're not expressing these philosophical viewpoints about things. . They're expressing something very in the moment. . So my guess is what happened here is that in that moment for whatever reason, , I don't like this person that looks different than us that we don't socialize with and I don't like. . A little afraid like even afraid to me sounds like something that this child caught wind of that maybe a parent responded. . Are you afraid it doesn't sound like something that a child would naturally feel. . Unless. . They were scolded by a black person or they heard people arguing or there was something disturbing that actually happened that scared them but I think it's probably with this child to this dad says, , is inconveniently insightful about how to find exactly the right framing to turn a situation in his favor i. . mean this guy reads these parents like a book and it's a gift most children young children are just naturally so aware and. . Perceptive about their parents. . That's why we have to be on our game as much as we can, , and we're not going to be perfect, , and in this case, , I can empathize with this parent. . This sounds like a very disturbing horrifying situation. . The last thing is as parents as you know if it was anything else I feel I could handle this but this is so deeply important to me, , and that's exactly why this is happening. . So. . Again, , backing up something happened that this child had that momentary feeling that I don't like that I don't like this person I don't like these people. . Then they felt instantly that they'd hit on a big nerve and now it's become a place they have to continue exploring. . So. . What do we do as a parent what we do especially in this case when the ship has sailed? ? For some to talk about how we can handle it the first time, , and then I'll talk about how to write this ship, , which is very, , very possible. . It's really gonNA. . Come from understanding a child's process. . The way children view the world, , which is just much more innocently and usually specific to one situation at one moment. . So even when they say something like I don't like what does that mean to them, , it doesn't mean what it might mean to us where we're just painting all this like I don't like any of these people. . It could mean that not used to these people it could be a lot of things so. . The first thing a apparent I would want to try to do if I could call myself enough is be curious and I would want to understand. . Why what? ? What happened? ? What what don't you like? ? And again, , we know that children are born with a tendency to be biased that even babies prefer people that are familiar and look like their parents. . So it's a natural thing to have that bias. . But if we can use this magic word for ourselves as parents curiosity, , we will be in the mode that we wanna be in openness curiosity trusting our child trusting that our child is a good person and that we are good parents and that whatever they're saying there's a reason that moment that they're feeling that way. . We want them to be able to explore with us. . We want those feelings or those thoughts to be able to land with US safely not push back on with fear if possible as soon as we're judging as soon as were pushing back, , don't say those things about people you can't feel that way. . We're closing the door to understanding and connecting with our child and to being that person that we all want to be for our children somebody, , they can confide in somebody that there are no taboo topics with. . That you can say anything to me I mean, , this is goal does our children are getting older that they feel safe saying anything to us they don't have to hide and feel wrong for what they're doing or saying. . So I, , I would be curious and I would want to understand We're not going to be perfect and I totally understand where this parent is coming from the trauma. . This period is going through around this, , but that's what we want to aim for as much as possible and I think this parent knows this because the parents says, , if it was anything else I would just minimize my response to it, , but we don't even have to think about minimizing our response because they're trying to control something. . What I would do is embrace a clearer understanding of the way children think an explorer and driven. . They are learn especially about us. . So you know maybe we're caught for a second like. . <hes>. . and. . Then we settle into want to know more about this and most of us do WanNa know more but our judgments and our fears will get in the way. . So trust in your child trust in their process be open. . In that case, , I would say, , what don't you like something happen or where did you get that feeling? ? What makes you feel that way? ? And then I'm going to breathe and just remain this open place. . And that can be easier because we don't have to come up with a response sometimes parents put pressure on themselves that. . Oh my gosh I gotta steered this child immediately got fixed this right away and that can get in our way because then we're coming back with no, , you don't feel like that. . That's not okay. . What's going on in your heart? ? That's what children need, and , that's the parent that I think we all want to be with the realization that it is a

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:49 min | 8 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Janet I hope you can offer advice here setup for this question is my wife and I are both white and our son is white. We live in a small southern city that is still pretty segregated, and most of the people are sincere in our daily life in our personal life our white. My son will be five next month and has largely been home with one of us since birth with the exception of a very rocky attempt at starting preschool that was ended by the pandemic. He's very bright has great language and critical thinking skills and is inconveniently insightful about how to find exactly the right framing to turn a situation in his favor. He's extremely attached to my wife and sometimes seems to see me as the not Mama, and project a lot of his frustrations on to me which I largely just acknowledged. You would really rather mom were here to do this with you at Cetera. Anyway, this is the context for which he has started saying he doesn't like or is afraid of black people a sentiment that is abhorrent to us. Worst of all, sometimes, he will say this when he sees black neighbors needless to say he's learned that these statements get a response. Recently, he has told me that he learned to not like black people from me because I have told him it's not okay to not like black people and he wants to be the opposite of me. If this were literally anything else I could just minimize my response to it and acknowledge the feeling but saying you don't really like black people doesn't seem like an acceptable or appropriate response. We worked to include books and movies that have black leads acknowledged the wide diversity of human bodies affirm the dignity of all people but can't really broaden social experiences right now nor do we want to expose black children to anti black statements from our son? This is absolutely the biggest parenting challenge I faced and I'm really at a loss I. Hope you'll have some thoughts. Right Wow. So I feel how upsetting the situation is and it sounds like this parent is handling their life with a lot of care and thoughtfulness sort of doing everything right and then this happens and it is so dismaying and this is parent says abhorrent that his child would be saying these things. So many of the answers for this parent. I, feel like the parents have already knows on one level. Also, the child actually explains what's going on very honestly says I'm doing this because you've shown me that bothers you and that's something I'm exploring..

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:02 min | 11 months ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"I was wondering. If you have an article about no means, no, my almost seven year old is a pusher constantly whining and asking in hopes she'll get her way until my patients is lost and I ended up screaming and her crying. I don't understand she doesn't get. No means no until I pop. It's so frustrating and I hate yelling, but it's a constant battle about everything. She'll ask an ask over and over twenty five or more times. Can my cousins come over? Can we get ice cream now? Why? Why please this isn't fair? I must be addressing the situation wrong at the I ask, please help. Okay so I thought this would be a good one to respond to, because it applies to many situations, all ages and the fact that this is happening with her seven year old shows that yes, the dynamic has gotten a little entrenched. The Star seems to be getting some traction with her repeated questions and pushing and pushing her parent holding on instead of letting, go to the no answer. So, why does a child do this? Because they see that they can impact their parents with their feelings, and it becomes a compulsive thing to repeat I always had the fantasy myself that because it's very hard for me to say no I. Don't like setting limits myself not good at having boundaries. I want to hope that when I do that. The person going to give me any trouble about it because it was hard enough for me to say now in the first place a lot of the time I just want you the other person to let me off the hook. And that is my issue. Not My child's because we're a child is coming from. Is They? Use these boundaries from us to release a lot of feelings that often have little to do with the specifics. It's a tendency children have it's actually very healthy. They have this Cathartic stress release experiences because they can't have ice cream right now, and yes, they are disappointed about the ice cream. I'm sure, but it touches off more feelings that a child has. So it's important for us to perceive these experiences that way so that we can understand that my child is having a kind of a Tantrum here. This is a seven year old version of a Tantrum for sure and can't even be the way that a younger child get stuck repeating repeating. Livy give asking I'm not happy about this. And what they also tend to be feeling is that the parent doesn't have complete conviction in their choice that the parent is like I'm saying about myself. A little unsure setting limits that maybe we're not in the groove of it yet. We haven't realized that this is one of the most important loving things we can do for a child. It's still feels a little mean. Maybe our child Snuka the like us. We WanNA please them. Maybe our child's going to reject us, and we could be tapping into old attachment feelings that we have from our childhood. But for whatever reason were not coming down the note and then doing the other part that we have to do to be your child's leader with conviction, and that's welcome them to share. What are they need to share about that? Welcome them to keep persisting welcome to keep asking. We are so centered and sure of our decisions, and we need to find this in every decision, even the small ones like ice cream. We need to find this in the moment. We need to get in the habit of ideally coming down those notes a period at the end of our sentence and sure of ourselves. Or even if we're not sure, we can be assured about not being sure by saying it <hes> let me think and not because you are pestering me and repeating this that I'm getting worn down. It's just me actually taking a moment from a platform of strength because we have so much power as the parents is the adults in the room. We have all the power here and so I can take a moment. Moment <hes> let me think I'm not sure. And meanwhile our child is saying. Oh, please please, please. We have to let that go. We have to hold our own with our children with every limit that we set ideally and we're not going to be perfect. We're going to have days where we're exhausted. We can't, but if we can at least do it half the time or a little more than half the time. Will start to feel that groove and we'll start to see how it helps our child to let go when we do that.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is Janet lands very welcome to unruffled as we all know. Social media is not just about putting content out. It is about listening sharing exchanging ideas. I've been focusing lately on the listening and I was struck by a comment on something I posted the other day this parent said I have to hide these posts and keep myself from reading them because they make me feel like about parent they make me feel overwhelmed and that hurt me because I realized that we can feel like every bit of advice put out. There is something that we have to live up to that. Were being judged. Somehow a lot of us do judge ourselves pretty harshly about the only thing I am offering. My only purpose here is to make your life easier. Nothing that I put out her share is about telling you how to be a good parent or a good parent. It's about how to make this job easier. Help you enjoy it more. Feel good about yourselves so I know that a lot of us are very hard on ourselves but please know that nothing. I'm putting out is meant to be judgmental. It's really only meant to be helpful. And on that note I wanted to share some quick ideas today. That can make your life easier for a begin. I've got a quick message for everyone out there..

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is Janet Lansbury. Welcome to unruffled this week. I'm responding to an email I received from a parent who asks an interesting question. She wonders how we can give children the freedom freedom to work out their struggles. Their peer struggles themselves while also being there to support them to keep them safe to let them know that we're not abandoning them and we do care. This podcast is brought to you by purity. I know I've raved about this amazing company before they make safe. Natural baby home and personal care products that actually work pure sees a family company family owned and completely independent pendant out of Austin Texas one day they just cleaned the floor with one of the common big brand products and they noticed the dog licking the floor well.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi, Janet, lansbury welcome to unruffled today. I'm going to be responding to a parent's question about her daughter who is three years old and having trouble with transitions, especially getting dressed and getting out the door in the morning. And this mothers tried several approaches and nothing seems to be working before I begin. I wanna share another reminder about the momentous day that's fast approaching. I'm counting down the days myself. It's made thirteenth and it's mother's day. It's time to honor and celebrate the women who raised us and all the other incredible mothers, we know including ourselves. And if you're looking for a truly unique and special gift for a mother in your life, canvas people dot com has a limited free offer. That could be the perfect solution. If you didn't already know canvas, people is the world's best photo to canvas company. They really know what they're doing and. Right now just in time for mother's day, you can go to canvas people dot com. Upload any photo you choose any favorite memory or special moment, grandmother with her grandchildren. Those are always go over really, really well. Enter the promo code respect our ESP C T at checkout and canvas. People will send you an eleven by fourteen photo canvas for free. That's right. Free. These incredible canvas prints of your photo normally sell for about seventy dollars. But for mother's day you'll pay nothing. Just cover the shipping. I know I'm repeating myself, but the word cams people does is really, really first rate, and I'm speaking from experience canvas. People print looks great on any wall, and it's a perfect unexpected mother's day gift that will be admired and cherished for years. And did I mention it's free. I think I did, but just in case mention it again. It's free. You just pay the shipping. So go to canvas. People come up. Slowed any photo and enter the promo code respect. You'll become a customer for life. I think that's canvas. People dot com promo code respect. Here's the email I received. Hi, Janet, I have a strong willed sensitive and shy three year old daughter who's having trouble with transitions. The biggest being in the morning every morning. We have breakfast together before she gets dressed for preschool after finishing breakfast, she runs to the couch and plays under the blankets. Even though we've talked about the next step of the morning, getting dressed. I've tried different approaches such as removing the blankets from the couch, waiting for her to get dressed herself, getting dressed before breakfast and even offering to read a book if she helps get dressed, but nothing results in her willingness to want to get dressed. She tells me she wants to stay in PJ's to which I replied that I wish I could stay in PJ's too, but that it's time to get dressed for school. I know she needs my help to get dressed in this situation, but every morning ends up being a struggle to get her dressed with her crying and screaming and trying to take off the clothes that I'm putting on. I feel like we. Are stuck in this week day morning drama, and I don't know what to do differently, please help. Okay. So first of all, it's very typical for toddlers and all young children to have difficulty with transitions. And I think this is probably something we can all relate to as mother even said to her daughter. She wishes she could stay PJ's too. Well, I wish I could say PJ's and I often do because my work actually is a lot of it is writing and being at home, and I actually can't stand Jay's most of the day, but getting out somewhere getting ourselves together, even if it's somewhere that we want to go is for some of us. Difficult. It's just, I don't know. I just wanna be doing what I'm doing, and I don't want to have to stop this and go through the whole thing of getting dressed. Even if this is something I'm really looking forward to. It's tough to get over that hump even for somewhat mature people like me, knowing that what I'm seeing here or what I'm reading. What I'm imagining in this note is that this mother's kind of starting out as gosh, here's this task I have to do, how can I get this done? How can I get her to comply? How can I get this to work? I could be wrong on this, but that's what I'm feeling when she talks about the different approaches. She tried making it impossible for her to use the blankets that she was playing with. She tried just waiting. These are all in a sense tactics to try to get someone else to do something you want them to do, but what actually works with children. And is probably particularly important with strong willed. Children is to really approach the whole situation differently to approach it from a place

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this janet lance berry welcome to unruffled today i am responding to an email from a step parent who wants to be the best parent she can be or her stepchild and the stepchild is dealing with some very different households going back and forth different kinds of parenting different kinds of care but before you decide that this doesn't relate to you please note that this advice i'm about to share should also pertain to children who spent time in daycare or in the care of relatives and have to switch back and forth between different kinds of care also children who been travelling and had their routines sort of up ended and after readjust even celebrations over the holidays that children might need to wind down from before i begin well the holiday season has come and gone i know you have tons of great pictures maybe your babies first christmas decorations family gatherings and so on so i am especially happy at this time of year to be partnered with canvas people dot com so that i can offer you a great deal to celebrate and commemorate those special moments if you didn't know canvas people dot com is the world's best voter to canvass company were you just upload one or more of your favorite photos to their site and they send you a gorgeous canvas print of that photo stretched over a wooden frame it's a real work of art and i'm speaking from experience because we have these adorning are walls and they are beautiful right now if you go to canvass people dot com and use the promo code respect in the cart at checkout that's r e s p e c t the print and eleven by fourteen inch canvas of any floatie you choose absolutely free now normally the.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands berry welcome to unruffled today i'm gonna be answer an email from a parent whose upset about her deteriorating relationship with her almost threeyearold daughter she feels like she spends most of their time together struggling to get her girl to cooperate or behave and she really wants to find a healthier dynamic for their relationship before i begin well the holiday season is here and that means lots of gatherings with friends and family and of course tons of great pictures so i am especially happy at this time of year to be partnered with canvas people dot com so that we can offer you a special deal if you didn't know canvassed people dot com is the world's best foted a canvas company reaches to upload what are your favorite photos to their site and they send you a gorgeous canvas print of that photo stretched over a wooden frame a real work of art and as you know if you listen here i'm speaking from personal experience because i have a all of these and they're hanging in our house and they look amazing right now if you go to canvass people dot com and enter the promo code respect that's r e s p e c t they'll print and eleven by fourteen inch canvas at any photo you choose absolutely free normally this would cost about seventy dollars but with a special offer all you have to pay is shipping because kansas people dot com is sure that once you've senior free canvas you're going to become a loyal customer and come back again and again such as choose a photo you really loved that's the hardest part maybe it's a great holiday moment with the kids for a birthday or a wedding or even the family pet any really special memorable photos that's collecting dust on your cell phone or maybe buried on your facebook page and uploaded to canvass people dot com and include the promo code respect they'll do the rest in a couple of days you'll receive a beautiful eleven by fourteen inch canvas print of your photo absolutely.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands berry welcome to unruffled today i'm gonna be answer an email from a parent whose upset about her deteriorating relationship with her almost threeyearold daughter she feels like she spends most of their time together struggling to get her girl to cooperate or behave and she really wants to find a healthier dynamic for their relationship before i begin well the holiday season is here and that means lots of gatherings with friends and family and of course tons of great pictures so i am especially happy at this time of year to be partnered with canvas people dot com so that we can offer you a special deal if you didn't know canvassed people dot com is the world's best foted a canvas company reaches to upload what are your favorite photos to their site and they send you a gorgeous canvas print of that photo stretched over a wooden frame a real work of art and as you know if you listen here i'm speaking from personal experience because i have a all of these and they're hanging in our house and they look amazing right now if you go to canvass people dot com and enter the promo code respect that's r e s p e c t they'll print and eleven by fourteen inch canvas at any photo you choose absolutely free normally this would cost about seventy dollars but with a special offer all you have to pay is shipping because kansas people dot com is sure that once you've senior free canvas you're going to become a loyal customer and come back again and again such as choose a photo you really loved that's the hardest part maybe it's a great holiday moment with the kids for a birthday or a wedding or even the family pet any really special memorable photos that's collecting dust on your cell phone or maybe buried on your facebook page and uploaded to canvass people dot com and include the promo code respect they'll do the rest in a couple of days you'll receive a beautiful eleven by fourteen inch canvas print of your photo absolutely.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Here's the email i received high janet i'm a big fan of your work i read your post compulsively just finished elevating childcare and i'm about to start no bad kids your work is very enlightening and helpful for parents here's my question to you my husband gets irritated when i'm acknowledging the feelings of our 16monthold son he says it feels very patronising and that it's someone suggested to him what his feelings were he would get mad he also believes that acknowledging causes the feeling or behavior to become fixed in the child's mind for instance are kid hates taking a shower or god forbid a bath although he does like getting hosed down in the garden go figure happy thinks that if i say you don't like taking a shower it will cause our boy to always hate showers what should i answer also i wonder whether i'm using the right language when acknowledging feelings if other parents share similar concerns i'd love to read more in a blog post i will maybe i should have done a blog post about this but i feel like this one's easier for me to answer in a podcast because it gives me the opportunity to explain an demonstrate this idea of acknowledging feelings which is very easy to misinterpret especially through words in a blog post there's a lot of subtlety in this practice and so it's much easier to demonstrate than it is to convey in words on a page.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Here's the email i received high janet i'm a big fan of your work i read your post compulsively just finished elevating childcare and i'm about to start no bad kids your work is very enlightening and helpful for parents here's my question to you my husband gets irritated when i'm acknowledging the feelings of our 16monthold son he says it feels very patronising and that it's someone suggested to him what his feelings were he would get mad he also believes that acknowledging causes the feeling or behavior to become fixed in the child's mind for instance are kid hates taking a shower or god forbid a bath although he does like getting hosed down in the garden go figure happy thinks that if i say you don't like taking a shower it will cause our boy to always hate showers what should i answer also i wonder whether i'm using the right language when acknowledging feelings if other parents share similar concerns i'd love to read more in a blog post i will maybe i should have done a blog post about this but i feel like this one's easier for me to answer in a podcast because it gives me the opportunity to explain an demonstrate this idea of acknowledging feelings which is very easy to misinterpret especially through words in a blog post there's a lot of subtlety in this practice and so it's much easier to demonstrate than it is to convey in words on a page.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands free and welcome to unruffled this week i'm responding to a question from amum whose 20monthold seems to have developed a bit of a short fuse and he doesn't get his way yells no and starts crying and she's wondering if there's a respectful way to support him through these episodes today's episode of unruffled is sponsored by blueapron a company that is revolutionizing the possibilities of home cooking by offering farm fresh ingredients and fantastic recipes delivered right to your door we all know parenting young children is an all consuming often exhausting endeavor so it's not always convenient or even possible to plan shop and cook a great meal for our families every night there are only so many hours in the day right wellblueapron is changing all that by making incredible home cooking accessible and convenient to everyone with the very freshest highest quality ingredients and creative recipes it's costeffective too because meals are all under 10 per person per meal and right now blueapron is offering a special introductory offered to my podcast listener's so you can check out this week's menu and get your first three meals free with free shipping of course by going to blueaproncomparentingeachblueapron meal comes with a step by step easy to follow recipe card and preportion ingredients so you're all set you can choose from a variety of new recipes each week or you can just leave it up to blueapron to surprise you know recipe is repeated within a year so you'll never get bored and there's no weekly commitment at all so you only get deliveries when you want them for more information and to check out some of this week's great recipes go to blueaproncomparentingblueapron a better way to cook so here's the question i received helloi'm hoping for some ideas.

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Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands free and welcome to unruffled this week i'm responding to a question from amum whose 20monthold seems to have developed a bit of a short fuse and he doesn't get his way yells no and starts crying and she's wondering if there's a respectful way to support him through these episodes today's episode of unruffled is sponsored by blue apron a company that is revolutionizing the possibilities of home cooking by offering farm fresh ingredients and fantastic recipes delivered right to your door we all know parenting young children is an all consuming often exhausting endeavor so it's not always convenient or even possible to plan shop and cook a great meal for our families every night there are only so many hours in the day right well blue apron is changing all that by making incredible home cooking accessible and convenient to everyone with the very freshest highest quality ingredients and creative recipes it's costeffective too because meals are all under ten dollars per person per meal and right now blue apron is offering a special introductory offered to my podcast listener's so you can check out this week's menu and get your first three meals free with free shipping of course by going to blue apron dot com slash parenting each blue apron meal comes with a step by step easy to follow recipe card and preportion ingredients so you're all set you can choose from a variety of new recipes each week or you can just leave it up to blue apron to surprise you know recipe is repeated within a year so you'll never get bored and there's no weekly commitment at all so you only get deliveries when you want them for more information and to check out some of this week's great recipes go to blue apron dot com slash parenting blue apron a better way to cook.

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