40 Burst results for "Janet"

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

04:54 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Money Matters with Gary Goldberg

"And when you do call in order, you will not be enrolled in an automatic delivery program. This is a one time order. The number to call is 1 800 to 1241 A one. I'll give it to you again. It's 1 800 to 12 for one, a one. Okay. Well, if you're just joining us, we've been talking with Dr Janet McCarroll. She's a natural health expert. She's also an expert in dealing with pain pain relief. But we've been talking about how pain has a devastating effect on our overall health. And now how her glucose, Tommy and cream this is a natural solution. Is a way to really get to the I guess the root cause that's right of pain in the body. Before we get into that, Dr Janet, I'm going to ask you and I know this is hard for you because this is this is emotional, but I think it's important for people to understand how you got to where you are today, or why what's driving you and if you could share that story, I'm sure it was birthday out of a lot of personal pain and pain that my husband had years ago he had severe osteoarthritis throughout his body. At the same time, I had fibromyalgia, right? So I was really on a quest to find something all natural to help him have a better quality of life and for myself a swell. I mean, I had to function and raise three Children during that time. Let's talk a little bit about what's in your glucose to mean cream. Well, I did a lot of research on glucose to me. I know how good it wass. So I came across the fact that Emmy oil is a powerful natural, anti inflammatory and can carry most any ingredient right through your skin and deliver relief to your area of pain. So I took Amy Oil and glucose. Ammi. I used Boswellia, which is an Indian herb. That's an anti inflammatory. OK, l'm Elaine. That's an enzyme known to be an anti inflammatory, SM natural organic silver. That is all So just a cz important is glucose, amine and rebuilding and repairing our joints. And so I put that all together in a cream that actually has no odor. It's graceless. It doesn't freeze the pain. It doesn't burn the pain. It doesn't irritate your skin goes in 15 minutes later, you have relief. So that's why I'm here. To share what I know and share what I had, because it wise and I have this here, by the way, folks Good postman cream comes in a plastic dispenser that has a pump top on it. It's a pump and it's metered. You'll need 122 palms, depending on the area, okay of pain of information. It's sanitary. You know, no contamination, so you don't have to worry about it becoming rancid. Okay. Now, in terms of this getting into your body, then you're talking about a couple things right here not not only relieving the pain but also Building the rebuilding part. So how does that work? Once you apply the cream to that area that you're gonna target? Okay, you get the inflammation to go down in the body heals itself. The body heals itself, provided you give it the raw materials it needs. I'm giving you what you need for your body to take over and do the job It was meant to do and that's hell. Okay, And this is safe. He did nothing you have to worry about. You have to worry about a thing. If you're taking drugs for pain, it won't conflict with that at all. None of these ingredients. Okay, So what? What is then? A realistic expectation If somebody calls today and and wants to try your glucose, amine cream. What would you tell them? I would say within the 1st 15 minutes, you're going to notice that your pain is greatly reduced or even eliminated, OK? And then over time you're gonna rebuild to repair your joints with that inflammation being taken down. That's going to restore flexibility and mobility and sleep. I mean, if you can sleep again, That's where our bodies get all of our recuperative regenerative ability to heal. And then with that, being taken care of all the things that you love to do, you can start doing again. Traveling exercising so you can lose weight, socialize with family and friends. You could be the life of the party. Pain really changes who you are, because of all of these are the things you just can't do her. It's very difficult to deal with in terms of Of living a normal life trying to live Will. You can't you're right. You can't live a normal life. And your your life has changed forever. And you get this thing taken care of, and you can. Yeah. And you've got people out there that are that are already getting great results, and I brought some more e mails and letters. You'd like to hear. Sure, Okay. Chris Here's one from.

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University of California mandates flu shot for students, faculty and staff

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:24 sec | 16 hrs ago

University of California mandates flu shot for students, faculty and staff

"Of California system is requiring all students, faculty and staff to get the flu shot by November 1st President Janet Napolitano issued executive order on July 31st adding that getting the shot should help lessen the burden of hospital hospital systems. systems. Already Already overwhelmed overwhelmed with with Cove Cove in in 19 19 patients. patients. The The CDC CDC says says vaccination vaccination has has prevented prevented millions millions of of illnesses illnesses and and thousands thousands of of hospital hospital visits visits each each year. year. A

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Fresh update on "janet" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on KYW 24 Hour News

"Changing. Thanks to cochlear implants. Excuse me, cochlear implants. She came here for the very first time. There are so many first in a child's life, but few can come here to this. Can you hear Mama? Mama e Think. Think you can hear me. It's almost too much for Mavis Malone Sheikhoun here for the very first time. There's just lets get right before she covers them that I felt like she wanted to cry like I heard it. You know, the two year old was born with profound hearing loss hopes were high. A four hour surgery would change that doctor's putting cochlear implants in both ears. The device is delivering sound directly to the auditory nerve Now without her mom signing, Mavis understands Grandma and a trip to the park with their older brothers is AH, Whole new world and not be that my sister can hear. And I love her and end to the silence and a life forever changed Janet Family and.

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A 7-year-old boy in Georgia has died of Covid-19, the youngest victim in the state

Kilmeade and Friends

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

A 7-year-old boy in Georgia has died of Covid-19, the youngest victim in the state

"As the state's Corona virus. Death toll surpasses the 4000 mark. Georgia is making its are marking the death of its youngest victim. It's a seven year old boy from the Savannah Savannah area. area. Janet Janet two's two's Justin Justin will will font font says says there there isn't isn't much much known known about about the the boy's boy's illness illness or or death. death. Coastal Coastal Health Health Department Department is is releasing releasing little little information information about about the the boy's boy's death. death. But But did did tell tell me me in in a a statement. statement. Every Every Coben Coben 19 19 death death we we report report is is tragic, tragic, but but to to lose lose someone someone so so young young is is especially especially hard hard braking. braking. We We know know that that older older individuals and those with underlying conditions are at a higher risk of complications. But this is a disease everyone should take seriously. The Health Department says the child did not have any known underlying health conditions.

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Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Protect Your Assets with David Hollander

Protect Your Assets with David Hollander

08:26 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Protect Your Assets with David Hollander

"And Mitch, We've a CZ. You'd like to say We've broken bread with a few of these folks over the years and Oh, yeah. Dan Dan Turner joins us. We've broken bread with him. It Ah happened Day Original Joe's We actually shares don't share doughnuts with Janet original jokes. I think last year, Dan, Welcome to the show. And thanks so much for your help over the years being our president of the hooked on Golf Club. Running. Well, good morning to both units are to be on your farewell tour. E er those doughnuts bring back great memories. And you know what my saying about that is the only thing that tastes better than one of those donuts that original Joseph West like, is a six of them, And so can I. I've shared with both of you that the great photos of just enjoying those So yes. And while you know, under the bonnet really run with you guys for as affected my notes. I think Associate club I think we're 16 years old mill. Wow. Over the years, we have met some really neat people. Great Great locations traveled here traveled there. But what I really look forward to is still, even though we're going, we'll continue you've been after the air show. We will do our once a month tournament still in around the Bay area, but primarily here with our good friends at some bagel flicks. Well, keep us posted on those. And do I recall that your son in law made a hole in one in one of those events that happen Bay? Yes. You do that that the Alex rests on number 17 and our baby. I guess our last tournament before the pandemic. Shut us down. It might have you know that you're worried for him and on the ocean course. Yes, And you're and you're just up in the Plumas Pines area and Ah, tell us how that went for you, Dan. Yes. I think Plumas was fantastic. We go. We go up there every year, sometimes one of the guys and some family friends But we usually have 68 12 guys little shorter field this year, But the bitch is John. What I like to be able to tell you a very appropriate timing. Mitch. I want to get together with you so we can share our whole in one plex. Love. I just don't know, war appropriate place to do that. Because how do you say this without raising? But, Yeah, I got a date yesterday 14 Grizzly ranch. Get here. No good. I lost you. Didn't you? Mitch is breaking up. Sounds a little reluctant there. Well, you know, just talking about a sizeable woman that you're here. Yeah, Yeah, I can't hear Mitch. But I could hear John Mitch Mitch may need to reconnect their loose so Ah, but that's that's awesome. That's awesome. Stuffed in and and you shot under par on the back nine. That's Ah, That's just the way you helped me. Never, ever done a bolo knife of blow part on Mangold came home with a sin a 35 so Still flowing. That was yesterday about 2 p.m. But no, you guys have just inspired me to play golf. I really I never really was off. But I ended up working as a greenskeeper Beckett for the 87 open. If you let the club and I got hooked on it right there, And so I guess that's where my introduction The gulf was. I took it up a little later in life. But now I know my bucket list is complete. Let's play with me. We have a new lows. Yeah, That's awesome. Do we have Mr back? Yeah. Do you have me? Yeah, we have. OK. Good. Good. All right. Good dancer, You know, shook up with that news. I did not get all shook up that new. I know. We gotta run, John, but I just wanted to say that I don't know what kind of interview process. Dan runs when somebody wants to join our club, but I mean to a person. They are the most delightful people, and it is so much fun if your within the sound of our voice join our club because we have so much fun. All right, John. John keeps upto the website. So just go to the website for continued information. We're going to keep this going great stuff. Thank you so much. Alright. Hey, Mitch. Over the years, you know, we've met some awesome people as we've done down the road, and I don't know if there's a stronger tradition. Certainly Tom Spencer, but I've got a little. I think I've got a little surprise here. Can our next guest please sign in ghost? Call it what you want to tell you under every help and for big game production. Absolutely right. This is coach Steve Desdemona and champion. It's still on his answering machine. Steve, Thanks so much for calling in. This is awesome stuff. Going, Steve? Yeah, I'm just going to say if you're out there, you've got a lot of money. And you'd like to make it Not so much money. Take betting tips on football games from Steve Desdemona. You defaming me again. It One time I was not on the show last year on I have witnesses. I actually called the exact score of 24 pointed. So, um, you know, I've been laughing about that ever since I didn't know if I ever have the opportunity. The path that on but any time you need tips, you know who to call. Well, if you've got that documented, I want to get some e mails from people I do, and I'll start with my wife that that's that's that's all is at the War department heard it. I'll take her words. I've just gotta thank you guys. Uh, for so much fun over the years, your coverage of college golf Tiger Woods in the old days on DH, so many other players, But now we've got going more callin the hunt and You know, it's great. Great to see these college kids, uh, moving up the ranks on doing just great things on on tour. Today should be an awful lot of fun. What a leaderboard on Yeah, And I was going to say that you recruited Colin and you know this could be if I'm correct. It would be the first major championship for for a Calbert. You are absolutely correct. In fact, it's the highest position. Ah, Golden Bear has been in a major ever and I don't need to tell you. The phone in the texts were fun yesterday, and I know they'll be flying today as well. Well, I'm certainly in his corner. What I liked best about him was his demeanor coach. He's standing up there, and I think it was run Croix check that asked him. Did he think that his previous experiences at Harding having been a towel helped him and he said something like, you know, not really. I guess that hope because I knew which freeway exit to take. Call it yesterday. But isn't that the kind of attitude you want? I mean, you've got to be look boost. Or he's about to get is a confident young man. You've got a wonderful sense of humor and I concurrent Iate the day Today's day will not be too big for him. Uh, it I think he's going to play really well, and you know, they'll say and let the best man win. It was kind of It was kind of fun yesterday when you and I texted Tom Spencer had texted me for Jim Nance to find out how often Colin had played Harding and you and both Walter Chun got back to me..

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The Power of Scheduling: Tips for Parents Working at Home

Janet Lansbury Podcast

06:57 min | 4 d ago

The Power of Scheduling: Tips for Parents Working at Home

"One mom just had her third baby and she was telling me on the phone. The other day that she thinks, I need to do a podcast all about scheduling the power of scheduling because she has discovered this recently, and it's changed everything for her she and her husband both work, and they live in an urban area. And she had a maternity leave which is just about to end. So she was home for a while they only just recently were able to get their childcare person back. So they are privileged to have child care. But what this mom noticed was that when she was just there with the children on her own and then with the new baby even. She realized that having a scheduled for the day was a godsend. It was the key to making naps, work to her children being better able to cope with the challenges of the day and to do all the things that she needed to do. Within reason, I, mean everybody's noticing something that some of US noticed longtime ago, and that's that things aren't smooth when you have children and the more we expect them to be. The more difficult can be for us because our frustration tolerance is going to be lower and we're going to be disappointed when the day invariably falls apart and surprises, US and children don't do what we want them to do or expect them to do. But this parent found, she said in the old days when her nanny was there, her children seemed to take their naps and do the things they needed to do. But with her and her husband on the weekends, it would always be kind of a struggle and that's because they had a lot of outings plan and things they wanted to do, and they did not follow a routine. There's nothing wrong with that. Of course, but it just can make life harder when you need to work. Work at home and have those stretches of time to get things done. Or even if you are a stay home parent and you need to get things done, it is so helpful to be able to know that you will probably have this break coming up where your child is self directing their play and doesn't need you even when they're awake. So it not only works better for us that we have a rhythm for the things that we want to accomplish during a day but. Is So empowered I. have a post called empowering our babies with rituals and talks about even with infants or especially with infants that rhythm that we find with them and then stick to. This isn't some schedule that we impose on a child that we're deciding. It's based on their needs and the rhythm that supports them, but they like to do when they first wake up, which is maybe have something to eat or their baby nursing are bottle feeding. So this isn't something arbitrary. We impose into our lives as parents, but rather something that we sensitively develop in accordance with our child's rhythms. And then as soon as possible, we communicate this routine to our child beginning with babies. We say in the morning. Okay. Here's what we're going to do. After we change your diaper will go to your place space. For this mother that I had the phone consultation with she said that her son who was in kindergarten last year and it was online. She would have this time in the morning. First thing after breakfast where he would do his quote work I, don't know what it was exactly assignments given by the teacher. And even her younger son who I think was only a toddler, he would do something at that time that was more focused at a table was drying what he was doing, but they had that time that was quote schoolwork, and then they would play at home, and then they would have luncheon and naps and maybe have an outing at the park. I. Didn't really get into all those details with her, but she was so sold on this. It had changed her life so much and made her life so much easier. especially with a newborn baby, she felt that this was supporting her so much. She could see how her two sons were thriving with this schedule. So, this routine where our child knows, and then we communicate with them about what happens each day some people even like do a visual schedule where they draw pictures and they can show the child on a chart. Now, we're GonNa do this, and now we're going to do that. So that's probably the only kind of chart I like for children, and what this is is a story that we tell our child that they get to live out each day and feel confident about feel sure of even the parts of it that maybe. Maybe, they don't like as much the part where the to wash their hands before meals, and we all go do that together. They are able to feel more cooperative when they are empowered to know this is what's going to happen next this story that I've heard is going to repeat itself I. Know What's going to happen in my world. The world is so overwhelming to young children. They don't have much control over anything, but through this schedule this routine, they feel a sense of control that they are on top of it. And so where I would take this with parents working from home. First of a lot of parents rebel against routines. They do not like having schedules and I understand that I think. I'm that kind of person naturally. So I had to realize how important it was for my children and how important it was for me to know that I was going to most of the time. Get this nap time period where I could really focus and lose myself in something I had to be convinced of this and I, think this. Speaking to did as well. To. Realize that that is more important than me getting to be spontaneous and take the kids do whatever I wanna do with them each day, and we can still do that once in a while. In fact, giving our children that routine helps them to be more flexible when we break it once in a while it's kind of. Intuitive, and my mentor Magda Gerber used to speak about this that we might believe that if we take babies everywhere with us and don't have a schedule that they will be more adaptable, but she said actually, no, it's the opposite. It's the child that is secure in their routine as that little bit of control in their life. That is the child that can break the routine with more confidence.

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Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Religion And Public Affairs

Religion And Public Affairs

03:35 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Religion And Public Affairs

"This is a one time order you, Khun! See for yourself. How well this works. The number to call is 1 804 679709 I'll give it to you again. It's 1 804 679709 Okay, well, this has been really, really enlightening. We've been talking about pain, which which, unfortunately, is a difficult subject for so many people. And we've been talking about Dr Janet's glucosamine cream, which contains proven pain fighting ingredients that not only help to reduce or even eliminate your pain but also helped too. Rebuild, and I think that's that's that's so important. There is an opportunity here to get on a path backto ultimate health, you know, with pain. You had this. What if thinking? What if this isn't going to get better? And I'm gonna wind up in a wheelchair? What I have is this terminal. Is this going to take me out? What's gonna happen to my family? What's gonna happen to my job? So this is what America is going through. And the stress on Ly perpetuates the pain syndrome. And so I'm here to tell you that help is on its way. It's time to take charge. Be proactive. Pick up the phone and try this. So your glucosamine cream is all natural, all natural, and you just rub this right in the area. Think No smell. Doesn't that greasy while ruin your clothes, And this is safe. You don't have to worry about interactions. No, nothing at all about their I meant to ask you is this Is this something that you, Khun? Continue to use or should continue, Tio after you know, Let's say that you don't have paint anymore, but, yeah, it happened once it could happen again. So you want to keep replenishing all those building blocks that help us remain flexible. So right there you have it. It works. It works. I'm living proof. So what should you notice when you start using it? More flexibility, less pain. You'll have more mobility. You're gonna sleep better get back into life. You know, it's funny. I have people tell me the first and second day they use it. So you know, I have a feeling For the first time that my well being is returning. I'm gonna be all right. And there there are literally thousands of people that have benefited already. Absolutely. We know that for a fact, the letters don't stop coming in. So can you share a few more with us some more with me here? We've got Pam from Douglasville, Georgia, she says. My finger swelled. My doctor said it was carpal tunnel syndrome, and I couldn't get any relief. So I rubbed. It flew close, mean cream on my fingers in hand, and the pain was instantly gone. I keep this by my bed in my person at my workstation. Thank you, Dr Janet and and Agnes sent this letter. I knit for hours at a time. It takes all the oil from my skin and my hands were so bad that they were cracked bleeding and very itchy. Plus my hands hurt a lot, too sometimes waking me up at night. I would usually look awesome in cream on my hands, and I'd have to tell you that it's better than any hand cream or lotions. Plus the aching and painted faded in my hands have never been so smooth. The view Oil also is an incredible skin conditioner, so that's a side benefit to myself. There's just all kinds of things as the testimonies keep pouring in. So will Dr Jenna Unfortunately, we're about out of time here. Any final words of encouragement. You want to leave with our listeners to? Yes, Absolutely. Chris. You know, pain. It can be your friend because that alerts you to take action. But pain becomes your enemy when you failed to take action, and that's what the show is all about. I want to encourage you to become proactive and go to the root cause of your pain..

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2-year-old hears for the first time after cochlear implants

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:13 min | 4 d ago

2-year-old hears for the first time after cochlear implants

"From Kansas finally got to experience something most of us take for granted. There are so many firsts in a child's life. But few can come here to this. Can you hear? Mama? Mama? Hey, I think you can hear me. I think that it's almost too much for Mavis Malone. She can hear for the very first time. It was almost as if she couldn't believe it. There's just right before she covers them that I felt like she wanted to cry like I heard it. You know, the two year old was born with profound hearing loss hopes were high. A four hour surgery would change that doctor's putting cochlear implants in both ears. The device is delivering sound directly to the auditory nerve Now without her mom signing, Mavis understands Grandma and a trip to the park with their older brothers is ah, whole new world and not be that my sister can hear. And I love her and end to the silence. Oh, sweetie, it's okay. Life forever changed Janet

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Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Z104 Programming

Z104 Programming

02:39 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "janet" discussed on Z104 Programming

"He's a cute little BIA down low key, you know. From the game. She decided she had come to me. She said, baby, Let's go. Head making and then in my me Freddie, this is the one thing that I think that Janet is The wishing things get like, Yeah. Did you look in the club so I could pick you up and women alone? The proud if you hold that steady, young milked a cow. Get about game. Drue, get a neighbor with a minute will be off with a clothes brush. Jack and I took the role of the bank. Put him on foot patrol like me now, with my over 300,000. Let's drank youto want to please fill cup like double team way. Leave some day. We want a lady in the street but a freak in a.

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Engaging in Your Child's Play without Interrupting

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:17 min | 2 weeks ago

Engaging in Your Child's Play without Interrupting

"Is now twenty one months old and I have a question about self directed play as often as possible I. Try to make time to just be with her in her playroom and let her direct play I. Sit with her and I'm ready to respond if she engages with me. Sometimes, she asked me to help her with something that I know she can do and I typically say something like. Oh, I would like to help by watching you do it. I believe she often just wants to make sure. I'm paying attention and engaged which I try to be lately. She's taken to directing my husband and or I in play. For example she will say mommy played with train. She doesn't appear to want to play with the train herself instead. She wants us to play and she will watch or mommy cut food when she wants me to cut the pretend food. We have in her play kitchen. I struggle with how to respond to this on one hand I. Want Her to be in charge of play and what she requests. However, it also seems that by doing this. She isn't actually playing, but just watching her directing us and sometimes what she wants us to do like sit in her small playhouse ends up not being comfortable for us because we're sitting in a tiny house. She smiles because we're sitting in a tiny house, not made for grownups. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to director play, but also let her know we are present and engaged. Thanks again for all of your wonderful advice. It has been life changing for me. Okay so as I said, I love the subject and I'm going to zoom right to the end and answer her question. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to director play, but also let her know we are present engaged so this is sort of a simple answer, and that's why I wanted to get to it first to kind of frame the other things I'm GonNa. Talk, about Leading our child, no that were present and engaged requires one thing that we are present and engaged. So we don't have to prove this to children, we just have to be really present. Which of course is an easy for any of us? But that's why Magda Gerber recommended. We practice this mindful exercise of taken an imaginary basket putting all your concerns your phone. Ideas of haggard child's play should look all of your adult thoughts about this. Put those away. Put those aside and just be there with your child. For however long you can or wish to. And, then, when you're not going to be paying attention, let your child now I'm going to be reading this book while you play or. I'm going to be going to the kitchen or whatever it is so that clarity of I'm with you or I'm not with you mentally, or maybe I'm part with you I'm reading a book by your their being clear with ourselves and clear with our child. And interestingly I'm so glad all these studies are proving this now. Even an infant, even a newborn consents, our emotions consents, if we are comfortable and consensus, they have our attention, so we don't need to make a big show out of this. We just have to be genuinely attentive. And then the beginning of that sentence she says. How would you handle these scenarios to encourage her to direct her play? So. Our child's ability to direct play is actually something else that we can trust. Every child is born with the ability to create an initiate their play. But they do need a couple of things from us for their self directed play to flourish. They need opportunities, and they need us to not distract them or otherwise. Get in away which we made do with the best of intentions. So opportunities mean that while babies need a lot of holding. If we are constantly holding are carrying our baby. They don't have opportunities to be initiators to have a moment of agency in deciding where they wanna look what they WANNA do. They are passengers to what we're doing, and I'm not saying. This is a terrible thing, but it gets in the way with self directed play if that is taking a majority of the day. Sometimes we'll see an infant quote playing on a diaper, changing table or in the bathtub or during some other activity. Even when they're feeding, our breastfeeding will see them. Maybe look over at something and seemed to be engaging in it. And right there. We can show our attention. We can say. Seem to be looking at something over there. I wonder what you're seeing. Is it that shadow? Are you hearing that bird outside? Giving space for our child to take in our words, which, of course, they don't understand completely as an infant, but they begin to because we're putting words to things that they are choosing, and they are experiencing

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New York - Lawyer Accused of Killing N.J. Judge’s Son Might Have Targeted Another Judge

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

New York - Lawyer Accused of Killing N.J. Judge’s Son Might Have Targeted Another Judge

"Esther Salis may not have been the only target of Roy Den Hollander. Even though the men's rights attorney was found dead in his home in the Catskills, Governor Cuomo's ordering extra security for another. Judge calendar allegedly had in his sight when the body of Roy Hollander was discovered in the Catskills Governor Andrew Cuomo said There was a picture of New York State chief Judge Janet if You'r E in the car, so I have directed the state police. To provide security for our chief judge. Investigators found several names in Hollander's car, and he has emerged as a leading suspect in the shooting death of a lawyer in California, where the killer also wore a FedEx uniform. Hollander had cancer and authorities are investigating whether these were grudge killings carried out by someone who knew he was dying. Correspondent Aaron Carter Ski

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Investigators believe New Jersey judge was target in deadly family ambush

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Investigators believe New Jersey judge was target in deadly family ambush

"Is new reporting tonight in the deadly attack on the family of a federal judge. Authorities say the suspect was found dead and tonight. Is he connected to another murder? Here's Stephanie, rebels. Tonight authorities uncovering disturbing twists as they investigate the attack on New Jersey federal judge. Esther Solace as family that left her only son, debt and husband in the hospital. Law Enforcement sources revealing suspect Roy den Hollander is also being investigated in the killing of Mark Andulucia this month in California mark with an angel here on her, and he will be greatly missed. Sources say the gunman in Angela. Cheese killing was dressed similarly to den, hollander, wearing a Fedex uniform. When police say, he opened fire on Solace says twenty year old son, Daniel and husband Mark Andrew on Sunday a two thousand fifteen. Fifteen case in which den Hollander a lawyer and self-described anti-feminist represented. The plaintiff was presided over by judge. Saleh's before another lawyer took over in June. Twenty nineteen authorities seemed removing boxes from his New York City apartment sources say den. Dan Hollander killed himself in upstate New, York, on Monday. The names of dozen others were found in his car, including New York State. Chief Judge Janet fury to guns and cash were also found. Sources say North Brunswick mayor a solace family friend says the town is in shock. Every time I would ever speak with mark about Daniel. Marx is would light up. David sources tell ABC News Den Hollander had been diagnosed with cancer. Officials are now investigating whether these attacks were grudge. Killings committed by someone who knew they were

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Suspect in New Jersey family shooting may have targeted another judge, possible link to California death

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

01:13 min | 2 weeks ago

Suspect in New Jersey family shooting may have targeted another judge, possible link to California death

"Say the man who allegedly targeted a federal judge in New Jersey is the prime suspect in a California murder eight days ago, and officials say the gun used in the suspect suicide was the same gun in the attack. Kill Judge Esther Salas, his son and seriously injured her husband here. CBS is Meg Oliver. Victim tonight. Authorities believe the killer was Roy den Hollander. Sources say he posed as a FedEx delivery man and opened fire in broad daylight at the front door of New Jersey. Federal Judge Esther say La's den Hollander was found dead in a car from a self inflicted gunshot wound a day later. In the car, they found a package addressed, a judge say, lists an address and photo of New York State chief Judge Janet de Fiori and documents connecting den Hollander to a California killing. Investigators believe the gun recovered where he died. Matches not only the one used in the New Jersey murder but is now being tested to see if it was used in the California shooting in another murder eight days earlier in San Bernardino, so a gunman also posed as a delivery man shot and killed. Attorney mark injury. UCI, who was part of the National Coalition for Men,

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Not extending $600 unemployment benefit 'would be a catastrophe,' say former Fed Chairs Bernanke and Yellen

KYW 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Not extending $600 unemployment benefit 'would be a catastrophe,' say former Fed Chairs Bernanke and Yellen

"Reserve board chairs Say that $600 supplemental unemployment benefit should be extended. The extra $600 a week has been a lifeline for millions of people who lost their jobs because of Corona virus, But the benefit is set to expire at month's end. Former Fed chairs Ben Bernanke and Janet Yellen say it needs to be continued. I think frankly, it would be a catastrophe not to yell in stressed, it's benefit to the economy. We need this spending. Is it those unemployed workers can do. Ellen and Bernanke praised how the Fed in Congress have responded to the pandemic, but say more needs to be done like providing financial assistance to state and local governments. Any Republican strongly oppose such a move. Jerry Bodlander,

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Not extending $600 unemployment benefit 'would be a catastrophe,' say former Fed Chairs Bernanke and Yellen

77WABC Programming

00:37 sec | 3 weeks ago

Not extending $600 unemployment benefit 'would be a catastrophe,' say former Fed Chairs Bernanke and Yellen

"A week has been a lifeline for millions of people who lost their jobs because of Corona virus. What the benefit is set to expire at month's end. Former Fed chair has been Bernanke and Janet Yellen say it needs to be continued. I think frankly, it would be a catastrophe not to yell in stressed, it's benefit to the economy. We need this spending. That those unemployed workers can do. Ellen and Bernanke praised how the Fed in Congress have responded to the pandemic, but say more needs to be done like providing financial assistance to state and local governments. Any Republican strongly oppose such a move.

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Trump pushes for schools to reopen; Houston ISD to begin 2020-2021 academic school year online for 6 weeks

Jim Bohannon

00:25 sec | 3 weeks ago

Trump pushes for schools to reopen; Houston ISD to begin 2020-2021 academic school year online for 6 weeks

"CORONA VIRUS Cases continue to multiply, but the Trump administration continues to push for schools to reopen this fall. CBS's Janet Shamley and says many schools are pushing back here in Houston, the nation's eighth largest district, just announced plans to delay the start of the academic year by two weeks, and then it will be online on Lee. Until mid October. At that point, parents will have the choice of sending their Children back into the classroom or letting them to continue Learning online.

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Houston schools will start school year on-line

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

Houston schools will start school year on-line

"To roll out their $1 trillion counter offer to house Democrats three trillion covert 19 8 package. Some of that money will go to help schools reopened in the form. CBS News correspondent Janet Shamblin reports that while the Trump administration continues to push for schools reopen, more areas are already announcing plans to delay the fall semester. Here in Houston, the nation's eighth largest district, just announced plans to delay the start of the academic year by two weeks, and then it will be online only. Until mid October. At that point, parents will have the choice of sending their Children back into the classroom or letting them to continue learning online. Meantime, around

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The Power of Bias and How to Disrupt It in Our Children with Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt

Janet Lansbury Podcast

03:41 min | 3 weeks ago

The Power of Bias and How to Disrupt It in Our Children with Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt

"I studied racial bias in particular in ratio, bias is a force that so powerful that it can influence everything from you know who teachers discipline in school to WHO's hired and promoted in the workplace. In the criminal justice system it can affect you know everything from who caps as suspicious on the streets to who jurors are gonNA sentenced to die in prison. So I'm I'm looking at the book? And in my work I look at how bias works, and how racial disparities can create bias as well so so bias can lead to disparities like the criminal justice system in our schools in our workplaces. But simply witnessing, those despair is taking in those disparities in spaces can reinforce bias, and so there's like a two way or sort of bidirectional relationship here, so it's like a cycle that is one creates the other, and then that reinforces the other. So, what can we do to disrupt this? Are there things that we can do to help ourselves to recognize our own biases? Be More aware of them and change them so I mean I can give you examples of ways in which people have disrupted by us in in their own spaces, one example would be with teachers so I've done work. Showing that teachers will discipline black middle school students much more harshly than white students for the same repeated infractions, and that's because teachers are thinking about those repeated infractions for for black students as being taught one is tied to the other like they see it. It as a pattern of misbehavior that needs to be shut down, and they see it as indicative of the Child. When the child is black, being troublemaker, but for white students they don't see one instance of misbehavior as connected to the others, so they don't make this sort of overarching a judgment about a white child who misbehaves or at least not to the same degree or in the same way, and so we see this, and even we see this for black children who are different children's so one black child misbehaves for example, and then a different black child misbehaves. The a teacher might respond to. That, second black student, as though he's misbehave twice right, so it's almost like the the sins of one child can get piled onto the other, but we don't We don't see teachers doing that so much for white students. They sort of big, think about white students as being individuals, and so, what one white tile does has absolutely nothing to do with what another white child does. So. We've done this work and so we were thinking about well. What could disrupt that like? How could we are teachers in a way where it doesn't trigger bias and whether or not contributing to these racial disparities in in terms of discipline? So one of the CO authors on the paper and the research just described. His name is Jason O'connor so he was looking at empathy as a way for disrupting. What he did was help teachers to reframe why it is that they were disciplining students, and then also you know what it was that caused children misbehave so the kind of broadened their focus to think about not just the misbehavior in the moment to think about what was producing that misbehavior.

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University of California system names 1st Black president

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

University of California system names 1st Black president

"The border regions for the sprawling university of California system has named the new president will be taking over no later than mid August Dr Michael Drake has been named to replace Janet Uppala Tano he'll become the first black president at the university of California the seasoned administrator will be overseeing it two hundred eighty thousand students system that have life upended because of the corona virus pandemic and has been dealing with issues including accessibility for minorities and slashed budgets drink as a medical degree from UC San Francisco served as vice chancellor for health affairs for the UC system and ran the university of California Irvine for nine years he retired last month as the head of the Ohio State University Drake told the UC board of regents he's excited and ready to address challenges including the pandemic the threat of climate change and social injustice I'm Jennifer king

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Los Angeles - Dr. Michael Drake Named UC System’s First Black President

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:25 sec | Last month

Los Angeles - Dr. Michael Drake Named UC System’s First Black President

"News at this hour. The University of California system has just named Dr Michael Drake to replace Janet Napolitano as its new president. Drake, who was chancellor at UC Irvine from 2005 to 2014. Becomes the system's first black president. Drake was unanimously approved Tuesday by the Board of Regents Street enters the president's office. This campus budgets are being slashed and campus life up ended by the Corona virus pandemic will have more

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As Texas coronavirus cases cross the 200,000 threshold, some hospitals prepare to hit capacity

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:39 sec | Last month

As Texas coronavirus cases cross the 200,000 threshold, some hospitals prepare to hit capacity

"In two weeks, the number of virus cases has doubled to more than 200,000 in Texas, CBS's Janet family and spoke to a nurse in the state who got sick. Patty Peterson is a single mom to two girls. The 29 year old nurse tested positive for covert June 26th. She's been in a critical care unit since last week. Her just like someone stabbing you and you haven't been able to see your daughters have you know I haven't seen him since July 2nd big facetime me every day crying. Call me when you're coming home. Mommy Peterson doesn't know how or where she got Corona virus but is now one of almost 8700 Texans hospitalized with the disease.

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Technology Helps Train Police Officers

WSJ The Future of Everything

07:52 min | Last month

Technology Helps Train Police Officers

"Around the country for the past few weeks, protests have erupted over the killing of George Floyd. The arrests kindle renewed outrage over the deaths of black Americans like Brianna Taylor Eric Garner Michael Brown among many others and the mistreatment of people of Color by police. The protests have also sparked and national reckoning for many police departments. They've been trying to reduce the use of lethal force and improve accountability among other things through training. From The Wall Street Journal this is the future of everything I'm Janet Baben. Today on the show we'll consider the future of police training with virtual reality technology. What's most powerful about the are? You're able to create worlds and circumstances and experiences that you wouldn't be able to create in the real world that can help you shift your perspective, which is really different than a training. We'll speak with researchers about how the brain perceives are and whether it can address bias. Notwithstanding or conscious beliefs or conscious convictions, and we'll talk about why a future developments in Vr police training may fall short. Tell me why you shot. Shot because he was within that zone, you know I felt there was leased departments have long used actors playing and instructional videos to train officers to deal with real life scenarios, but this can be. Pricey and not very realistic. People who make and sell virtual reality say the technology can improve training. If you play video games. You're probably familiar with VR. It's been around for a while, but we asked Wall Street Journal attack video game reporter Sara Needham, in to explain virtual reality is all encompassing. It's a matter of hardware so when you put on APR headset. Everything you see up down left right turnaround. Everything is in there virtual world one hundred percent. You cannot see anything else, so you feel very immersed the main difference between VR other video simulations you can actually interact with this computer generated three D world. It's so. That Sarah says you can get sucked in and lose yourself. I experienced this myself. playing a racing game where I was sitting down very low, and we felt like a cockpit of a vehicle, and as we went around the turns, I literally felt like we were going to crash into the wall, because I wasn't driving very well, and it scared me. For Police. It's not about the thrill or fear of race track. It's about learning how to lean into the fear and still be able to deal with it calmly. If you feel like you've done something before been in a situation before. You're better at knowing how to react. You can practice your actions in these potentially life, threatening situations and hopefully resolve altercations peacefully. We'll talk more about this in just a bit. It's one of the reasons that some of the biggest law enforcement groups in the country like the Los Angeles. Police Department are turning to Vr. The LAPD has a history connected to police, misconduct and misuse force. In Nineteen ninety-one. Were caught on tape brutally beating motorist Rodney. King a black, man. The officers acquitted of criminal charges sparking riots in Los Angeles. In the early two thousands. The department was put under Federal Investigation for. Engaging in a pattern or practice of excessive force, false arrests and unreasonable searches and seizures, the government came in with what's known as a consent decree to change the culture in the LAPD. Dr. Lou Pinella joined the department in the middle of all that in two thousand five. The Rodney King incident put a laser focus on LAPD, tactics and training as well. I believe that we have continued to expand on that every year, both by how we work with our community and the training that we offer. She's the director of Police Training and education at the LAPD and she revamped its training. Process Department currently trains officers with something called a forced option simulator. It's often referred to as first generation. VR says it trains police in real life scenarios you walk into a room and one walls, completely blank and on their, we will project a scenario that an officer has to handle. Handle, it could be anything from a person in a park to a bank robbery to an office scenario, workplace violence scenario, something like that and officers will get a call, and they'll come into the room and and try to respond to what is in front of them. In the meantime, there's a instructor at the back of the room who be on a computer. Computer and as the scenario unfolding, they are able to branch in different directions, where either the officers are calming, the situation down, or it becomes more difficult to handle

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:02 min | Last month

"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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How to Make No Mean No

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:02 min | Last month

How to Make No Mean No

"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 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 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.

Livy
"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:32 min | 3 months 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands furry welcome to unruffled this week i'm thrilled to have laura grace weld and back to discuss how her self directed free range learning ideas can benefit children who do go to traditional schools like minded and we'll be discussing a lot of other things as well for those who aren't familiar with her work laura grace weld and is the author of free range learning which is a comprehensive guide for families interested in homeschooling and unschooled ing in our previous podcast together laura's shared an extremely compelling case for home schooling if you haven't listened to that up assode and you're interested in exploring less conventional schooling possibilities it's really must the title of that podcast is adventures in free range learning and i know you'll be is inspired as i was by laura's experiences and discoveries her whole journey it's really incredible and i i believe she's a genius laura agreed to join me again to explore the other side of the coin conventional schooling which is still the rule that most families take by either choice or assess ity welcome laura and thank you so much for being here how janet thank you so much for inviting me again so in the personal story that you shared last time you mentioned that your children were originally in school and you touched a little bit on how you were an advocate for their education and their individuality in that setting can you talk a little about how you manage that and what if any progress you able to make well i think like many really involved parents i volunteer in classrooms i served on committees i managed to work with a group of moms and institute an all day program when we brought working artists into the school which shows their school had a lot of flexibility to work with us i did things that weren't successful like try to change the school lunchroom offerings to be healthier and tried to advocate for my kids when there were mandated things and remember one was all school seaworld field trip and i politely said that my kids would be staying home that day because i didn't want them to learn about marine mammals in the captive situation and i think i was the only person who did that and considered crazy everybody else you know but i think that we always have the right to dig up from what mean kim about and whether that saying that there's research showing that homework is a value in the elementary grades and that we advocate for our kids to have the less or no homework at that time is something they have the right to do maybe to advocate for kids not taking standardized tests which more than people doing is a way of sticking up for kids i know that i ended up having to take one of my kids out of the school and take him to case western reserve university iq testing because they didn't want put him in the gifted program because he was not getting work done because he was bored but that was one of the qualifications as you had to be you know super sponsoring kid so just now we've just kinda follower instincts and just you know do we think is right even if it's hard what was your approach in those days with their after school time in their weekend time in their holiday time did they have the balance of self directed learning and lying around and deciding what that time was about we always deemphasized structured programs what side of school and in part that was because so many of the families we were friends with once their kids recall age they were just gone and sesame they were in travel soccer or they were in so many theater lessons were just gone it was like our kids friends would completely unavailable unless you scheduled them in.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

05:05 min | 2 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:55 min | 2 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:55 min | 2 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:02 min | 2 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:02 min | 2 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands berry welcome to unruffled today i'm ansari an email from a parent who says that her son decided it was time to sit on the potty when he was three years old but now year later he's still not able to have a bowel movement on the body so she's wondering how to respectfully help them along this week's podcast is sponsored by story worthcom story worth is an easy way for you or your loved ones to share and preserve their life stories so this is a great way to stay connected with your family or your friends and it's a perfect creative gift idea for your spouse or your parents or your inlaws any loved one who's stories you want to share and preserve for your children and future generations it's simple you just purchase a subscription for someone you love and story worth does the rest story worth emails a story prompt each week for an entire year with a simple question about your loved ones memories you can make the questions up yourself or you can pick from story were library of suggestions and you can also upload photos at the end of the year all of the stories and photos are beautifully bound in a hardcover book questions can be answered by either responding to the weekly email or by recording over the phone very easy and the answers can be shared with as many people as you like you get to decide all the stories are strictly private they're only shared with people that use specifically choose my husband has a subscription which he loves and the whole families enjoying his stories uh most of them anyway this year we're going to surprise my aunt with a subscription she was born before world war two and has had an extraordinary life full of fascinating people and grounded adventures she's been sharing snippets with us over the years when we get together but there's really never enough time and there's so much more i want to now family is important and everyone in your is has stories worth telling and sharing so gifting a loved one with story worth is a perfect way to connect with family no matter where they live and preserve life memories especially for your children uh right now story with is offering a great discount to my listeners so go to story worthcom forward slash.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lands berry welcome to unruffled today i'm ansari an email from a parent who says that her son decided it was time to sit on the potty when he was three years old but now year later he's still not able to have a bowel movement on the body so she's wondering how to respectfully help them along this week's podcast is sponsored by story worthcom story worth is an easy way for you or your loved ones to share and preserve their life stories so this is a great way to stay connected with your family or your friends and it's a perfect creative gift idea for your spouse or your parents or your inlaws any loved one who's stories you want to share and preserve for your children and future generations it's simple you just purchase a subscription for someone you love and story worth does the rest story worth emails a story prompt each week for an entire year with a simple question about your loved ones memories you can make the questions up yourself or you can pick from story were library of suggestions and you can also upload photos at the end of the year all of the stories and photos are beautifully bound in a hardcover book questions can be answered by either responding to the weekly email or by recording over the phone very easy and the answers can be shared with as many people as you like you get to decide all the stories are strictly private they're only shared with people that use specifically choose my husband has a subscription which he loves and the whole families enjoying his stories uh most of them anyway this year we're going to surprise my aunt with a subscription she was born before world war two and has had an extraordinary life full of fascinating people and grounded adventures she's been sharing snippets with us over the years when we get together but there's really never enough time and there's so much more i want to now family is important and everyone in your is has stories worth telling and sharing so gifting a loved one with story worth is a perfect way to connect with family no matter where they live and preserve life memories especially for your children uh right now story with is offering a great discount to my listeners so go to story worthcom forward slash.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

01:32 min | 3 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 | 3 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

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lambs burienwelcome to unruffled todayi'm answering a question from a mother whose worried that her son's behaviour on the playground is evolving from ageappropriate rough housing to aggressive bullying beforei begin i want to welcome a new sponsor to my podcast macworldandcom a company that offers an exclusive line of daily wear for men so what exactly is daily where basically it's the most comfortable underwear socks shirts undershirts hoodie he's and sweatpants your guy guy any guy will ever wear and i'm speaking from experience my husband ordered a pair of sweats and a couple of t shirts barely taking them off to the honest they're really softer softer than soft they look great and they're suitable for just about any occasion so let's talk about underwear for a minute comedy many out there listening are wearing the same twelve pack brand that their mother bought them and grade school while until last week my husband's drawer was full of boxers that he's honestly had since the last century literally the last century macweldon believes in smart design premium fabrics and simple simple shopping i can attest to this simple shopping macweldoncom is easy to navigate and i appreciate that an offers a really tight manageable selection of products such check it out and if you like what you see andi bet you will please use the promo code unruffled un r u f f l e d and you'll get 20 off anything you buy if you order underwear and for any reason you don't love your first pair even if you just don't like the colour macweldonwe'll send you a different style or size or issue refund and you can keep the pair that you already tried on make sense right soi don't know how many men are out there listening but take my word for it macworld is better than whatever you're wearing now while i can't promise up but i'm guessing whoever buys the underwear and tease an socks and sweats in the family goat amacweldoncom enter the promo code unruffled and get 20 off makweldon a revelation in daily wear so here's the question i received dearjanet thank you so much for your wonderful books and podcast.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

"Hi this is janet lambs burienwelcome to unruffled todayi'm answering a question from a mother whose worried that her son's behaviour on the playground is evolving from ageappropriate rough housing to aggressive bullying beforei begin i want to welcome a new sponsor to my podcast macworldandcom a company that offers an exclusive line of daily wear for men so what exactly is daily where basically it's the most comfortable underwear socks shirts undershirts hoodie he's and sweatpants your guy guy any guy will ever wear and i'm speaking from experience my husband ordered a pair of sweats and a couple of t shirts barely taking them off to the honest they're really softer softer than soft they look great and they're suitable for just about any occasion so let's talk about underwear for a minute comedy many out there listening are wearing the same twelve pack brand that their mother bought them and grade school while until last week my husband's drawer was full of boxers that he's honestly had since the last century literally the last century macweldon believes in smart design premium fabrics and simple simple shopping i can attest to this simple shopping macweldoncom is easy to navigate and i appreciate that an offers a really tight manageable selection of products such check it out and if you like what you see andi bet you will please use the promo code unruffled un r u f f l e d and you'll get 20 off anything you buy if you order underwear and for any reason you don't love your first pair even if you just don't like the colour macweldonwe'll send you a different style or size or issue refund and you can keep the pair that you already tried on make sense right soi don't know how many men are out there listening but take my word for it macworld is better than whatever you're wearing now while i can't promise up but i'm guessing whoever buys the underwear and tease an socks and sweats in the family goat amacweldoncom enter the promo code unruffled and get 20 off makweldon a revelation in daily wear so here's the question i received dearjanet thank you so much for your wonderful books and podcast.

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"janet" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:06 min | 3 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" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast

Janet Lansbury Podcast

02:00 min | 3 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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