Aired 3 weeks ago 6:35
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Aired 11 months ago 68:09
Oh Thank God, Dr. Janet Kennedy (The NYC Sleep Doc) Is Here To Help Us Get Some Sleep
If you've got kids that give you a hard time during bed time, then this is the episode for you! Janet K. Kennedy, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist and founder of NYC Sleep Doctor a consultation and psychotherapy practice dedicated to treating sleep problems in babies, toddlers and adults. She spent eight years at the Manhattan Veterans Affairs Medical Center where she developed the Sleep Disorders Treatment Program. You might have seen her as an expert on Dr. Oz and CBS This Morning, and her first book, The Good Sleeper: The Essential Guide to Sleep for Your Baby (and You) is available everywhere books are sold. Hilaria, Daphne and Dr. Kennedy discussed various methods, products and supplements to help sleep train your kids, plus the importance of giving them the tools to be independent of you when going to bed. She also offered up tools like the Moshi Twighlight Sleep app which is full of bed time stories and lullabies to help your child get to sleep quickly and calmly. For a limited time, Mom Brain listeners can get 1 week of free service through the Moshi App by using the promo code MOMBRAINSLEEP to access ALL Moshi Twilight Sleep Stories, Relaxations, Sounds and Music Tracks.To unlock this exclusive offer download the Moshi Twilight app, go to settings, register your account and redeem code: (MOMBRAINSLEEP).iPhone users download the app at https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/moshi-twilight-sleep-stories/id1306719339?mt=8Android users download the app at https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?hl=en_GB&id=com.mindcandy.sleepstories&referrer=adjust_reftag%3Dc89lgcDpp1nt9%26utm_source%3DMoshi%2BTwilight%2BWebsite%2B-%2BApp%2BIcons%2B-%2BGrown%2BUps%2B-%2BAndroidFavorite Things:Dr. Kennedy: The Happiness Trap bookHilaria: Lovie Baby BlanketsDaphne: Tenoverten Nail Polish (Daphne Oz Trio)
Aired 1 year ago 48:31
The Birds and The Bees: Having 'The Talk' -Episode 87
Yikes. Do we really have to have â€œThe Talkâ€? Yes, we doâ€¦ and sooner than weâ€™d probably like to think. Studies show that giving our kids appropriate information *before* they need it not only makes them more likely to make good decisions once they become sexually activeâ€” it also may delay the age at which such activities will begin. In this episode we discuss: the ages and stages of The Talk (a four-year-old gets a different answer than a preteen)why you donâ€™t want your kidsâ€™ peers to be the arbiters of this informationwhy thereâ€™s not one â€œtalk,â€ but many (or should be)how to be an â€œaskable parentâ€ why mothers are usually the parents tasked with these conversationshow internet parental blockers can also prevent our kids from seeing useful sex-ed contenthow to punt when youâ€™re caught off guard (which is fine as long as you circle back later)And hereâ€™s links to research and studies we discuss in this episode: John Sharry, Solution Talk: Facts of Life: At What Age Should We Tell Our Children About Sex?Center For Young Womenâ€™s Health at Boston Childrenâ€™s Hospital: Talking to Your Tween about Sexuality: A Guide for ParentsLolaâ€™s personal, honest, real-life guide to your first periodAdvocates for Youth: Are Parents and Teens Talking About Sex? advocatesforyouth.orgDr. Colleen Diiorio et al: Journal of Adolescent Health: Communication about sexual issues: mothers, fathers, and friendsRebecca Ruiz for Mashable: Internet gatekeepers block sex ed content because algorithms think theyâ€™re pornItâ€™s up to us to keep the conversation going on these topics. And if youâ€™d rather stick your head in the sand, keep in mind it doesnâ€™t have to be only about the improbable mechanics of it all. Hereâ€™s great advice from the Center for Young Womenâ€™s Health:Remember that sexuality is a much larger topic than sexual intercourse. It also includes topics such as gender, intimacy, sexual orientationâ€¦ Talking to your tween about sexuality is an opportunity to share your beliefs about healthy behaviors and relationships with them.
Aired 1 year ago 108:44
Top 5 Crying Scenes, The Males//Us//Dragged Across Concrete//The Inventor: Out for Blood in Silicon Valley
There are all sorts of crying scenes in films, sometimes they make us cry, other times they're played for laughs. Bryan and Anderson rank their favorite male crying scenes in this week's Film Vault. Two spoiler discussions came out of this episode as well, one for Dragged Across Concrete and another for Us. Look for those in the Patreon feed.Â