9 Burst results for "Museum Of Children"

"museum children" Discussed on Unorthodox

Unorthodox

04:59 min | 1 year ago

"museum children" Discussed on Unorthodox

"I wrote a rave review of that new holocaust museum which the teen magazine published between a list of makeup tips and an article about belania. In my review. I spent a lot of time. Praising the museums children's section an exhibit called daniel story. The exhibit tells the story of an imaginary child named daniel and museum. Visitors walk through different places from daniel's life. I you enter a mockup of daniel's house in frankfurt germany which looks a lot like a house in any american suburbs. We lived in a house with a yard. And i had my own bedroom. We're happy times for me. And my fans you see daniel soccer cleats and his soccer ball on a shelf in his room next to his glue and his camera. Daniel's dad was a war veteran so you see his dad's army medals to just pass cookies and daniels kitchen and the teddy bear on daniels bed. You move onto a street. Full of vandalized storefronts and signs. That say no jews allowed in the next room. You're in a ghetto where daniels fancy house has been replaced with a small and shabby room. We were trapped. There were rules about everything and my family lived together in one small room. We thought it couldn't get worse than the ghetto. But it did and by the next room. You're at auschwitz. But this is a kids exhibit so it stops at the barbed wire at the end. You're encouraged to write a note to the imaginary daniel telling him what you've learned as a recent child myself. I found all this quite moving and in one thousand nine hundred three. I still believed in the power of dead jews to protect living one's a belief that's actually rooted in the theology of judaism itself. I was convinced that writing about this exhibit would help people recognize the juice humanity just like the museum itself would i couldn't imagine anything objectionable about this so i was shocked when a random holocaust survivor attacked me for it. When i returned from washington my parents took me to see some friends of theirs and everyone was eager to hear about the brand new museum that they'd only seen on. Tv gave them my review especially of the children's exhibit. What are the other guests was an older woman who i didn't know like many old jews back. Then she had a heavy accent and a bunch of numbers on her arm. She glared at me. Until i stop talking. Then she said a kid on a soccer team is not what died in the holocaust that she started ranting about gish speaking culture about books and theaters sheba's newspapers and hasidic dynasties and political parties and youth groups and musicians and artists and writers. I never heard of. She shrieked at me about how. I had to tell my teenage readers about what was really lost. Why she demanded. Did the museum have a sucker playing german-speaking kid. As its emblem of the children. Who were murdered in the holocaust. When eighty five percent of holocaust victims were yiddish speakers and a huge percentage were religious jews instead of soccer cleats. Why didn't the boy's bedroom shelves have his volumes of the talmud or his scouting uniform from his socialist youth club or his hebrew song books from the zionist group. Hashomer hot site year instead of his dad's army medals. Why not dads to fill it. Or dads gish. Newspapers or his tickets to the theater. Was there even a missouri on the door of daniel's imaginary house i recently checked. There isn't the woman kept ranting at me but i was sixteen and i had no patience for cranky old people instead of listening. I politely told this holocaust survivor that she was completely wrong. What mattered most in a museum. Like this i patiently explained. Was that regular. American children could relate to it. The whole point was to teach american kids. That kids who died in the holocaust were just like them then the woman shouted at me. But what if they weren't just like them would it have been.

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"museum children" Discussed on Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"museum children" Discussed on Thyme 4 Tea with Mikita

"Today get your pin and your no so you can take some notes because we are spilling tea with sex and relationship. Coach are syria aka the pussy. Ferry i just want to first of all. Thank you so much for joining me today to talk about a topic that i feel. Most women feel embarrassed to talk about is one of those things. We're all doing yet. No one wants to really talk about it. So i am honored to have you here to really bring back some empowerment for women to talk about their sexuality and embrace it in a way that is empowering to them. Oh thank you so much for that introduction. I am so excited to be here and talk about all the juicy things with your listeners. Yes we are definitely ready to hear all the juicy things sex with the topic so taboo people you know shun from it or they wanna hear all about it topic. Yes but i tell us a little bit about yourself. Yes is so. My name is as aria. And again i am a sex relationship coach. I work with moms. Were couples. I work with women around finding more pleasure in and out of the bedroom and religious reigniting spark that excitement bad leg mo-jo back in to their life into their bedrooms into the relationships like all the good stuff. Yeah so what led you to your journey like how did that transition. So i've always been very curious even museum child. I was just really curious about bodies curious about 'hogra thing worked and so i was one of those kids that always asked parents awkward questions and just directed to books in the library so i had a really kind of like factual upbringing around sex and relationships in bodies. And i'm really really really grateful for that. So i had a very healthy relationship with sexuality with my body growing up but unfortunately i did experienced sexual abuse and that really brought me to feel so disconnected from my relationships so disconnected from my own body so disconnected from saks. And i really felt like. I wanted to be able to feel good again in my relationships to form healthy relationships to form a like to be really really excited and feel good about the sexual choices that i was making to thrive in the bedroom. Like not only just participating in stocks just because my partner wanted it or feeling like sex was just like not really that exciting. I wanted to feel freaking amazing. And so my sexual healing journey early it you know. It's it's a long long journey but ailing so empowered on the other side and feeling so incredibly grateful for all of these tools that i learned along the way. I'm so cash about sharing all the incredible things that i've learned and especially just finding ways to feel like you're thriving in the bedroom not just like having regular sex that you're like in not really that excited about it like there. There is so much more to tax. There's so much more to relationships. And i'm just so fired up about sharing that with the world. Yes i like the fact that you said you had upbringing. That allowed you to to look up information. My upbringing was not the same. Like i remember my mom's sitting on my bed trying to tell me about the birds and the bees and.

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"museum children" Discussed on Z104

Z104

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"museum children" Discussed on Z104

"Driving by a straight it After all this still going? Goodness, let it go. Six away here in the morning to you. Welcome to Thursday, everybody. Good Looking day. Partly sunny and 80 today. Tomorrow, we back down into the seventies. Tomorrow's like our dip day We get a little bit of dip down into the seventies. But then the weekend looks great Sonny. Mid eighties or if I had a pool in my backyard, maybe nights when it would be nice. It was. We're at actually friendly radio. We're 60 right now and coming up this morning for you on the show. Dirty work. If you missed yesterday will catch up with the rewind it around seven Good, dirty work this week. Plus, we're going to talk about the couple who decided to take a gap year from their marriage. That's interesting. We'll talk about that in today's Give me your two cents and Jonas Brothers. We have tickets starting next week. Well, we'll let you know exactly what you need to do to get those tickets. So that you are ready to go by Monday, Plus in about 20 minutes to Daisy. On this eve, the Walla pollutes the lineup is just I mean, whether you're four years old or 99, you will enjoy this. It's like everybody in the Wiggles. Yeah, it's great, So we'll have that line up for you coming up in about 20 minutes. We'll talk about Paul Mooney, who passed away yesterday as well and death by but strangulation. That's the thing It happened. Yeah, but before we get to that, let's start the show with a sophisticated theme today. Uh, someone asked 2000 Americans to name the top things that make someone seem like a sophisticated adult. You'll recognize these things because you do none of them. I'm number one. Having an opinion on the stock market, 38% says. It shows you're sophisticated. Well, if you haven't paid for it is an opinion of stock market. I love this stuff. What's your opinion? Stock market? E. Don't play it. That's their Xenia number deal. Being able to discuss different types of wine or things like Scotch. Oh, no, I'm not their nasty Not even there yet. Number three wearing expensive clothes That's clearly not this group number four going to museums, museums. Children's museums were real. I don't get Children. Okay, alright. Understands gonna I'm like I'm like You can't take Kobe to a dinosaur museum ago. We went to the museum this week. Yeah, number five being able to discuss current events. Well, that depends. Discuss them intelligently or discussed them because I could discuss everybody discusses more baseball, So they're obviously not sophisticated. I could discuss them. I don't know if I could discuss them intelligently. Well, that's the list. 2000. Americans say that Z do you Do you do anything in your life that you Considers sophisticated or when you're doing it. You kind of feel like this is sophisticated. What we're doing. Is there anything like that? Um, cheese. You can't pronounce you eat. That is the reason. Yeah, you shot okay. You shop at Trader Joe's right. Okay. That's kind of sophisticated. Can that count? Or is that too? That too open to the everybody Now how we to open and you don't feel little snooty walking in Trader Joe's idea in $8 for a banana when we go to win, Shaggy family goes to a restaurant they give us like forks and knives were like Look at this. This is sophisticated s a little different societies scale there from museums to shaggy. You just think eating with metal utensils. This sophisticated deal. Listen like classical music when I clean, do you? Yes. And you do it in the nude. No. Okay, So what? That make it sophisticated? Yeah, Of course. I've considered the fact that I do crossword puzzles in pen sophisticated That is that's commitment, like there's no going don't do pencil. I knew pain and it's like I have to make a mistake now and then, but damn it. I did it in pen and that shows that I'm smart enough to do it, Ben. That makes me sophisticated, were committed by the way. Most of the crossword puzzles are out of Mia's Barbie and Palm Patrol coloring book. There's only two downs and to cross, right. Yes, and usually bark is one of the world. It's usually one of the words going, but still sophisticated. So when we come back next on the sea Morning, Zio we say goodbye to Paul Mooney. A man who you probably if you don't know the name. You definitely know what he did for Chappelle Show, but he did a lot more than that. Radio dot com is now Odyssey. Download The Odyssey app a U D A C wife and listen to Z one. Oh, four and all the music news, sports and podcast that move you it's Jane and my favorite part about a Kiwi co create coming to the door is you instantly have a project you can do with your kids that doesn't involve a screen. I've done everything from painting to.

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"museum children" Discussed on Kalamazoo Valley Museum Interpretive Hour

Kalamazoo Valley Museum Interpretive Hour

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"museum children" Discussed on Kalamazoo Valley Museum Interpretive Hour

"Seekers learners and cultural cooperators. These museums do this through unique. Learning experiences and interpretive practices which are more tactile interactive an inclusive than many major museum exhibits tend to be in this episode. We will explore four institutions and then discuss how important they are in the museum field. Today we learn by play on the kalamazoo valley museums. Interpretive our my name is greg wilson and i'm jacob wolf and today we're going to start off by talking about are different children's museums in the united states however before we get into the museums themselves. Let's give it a little bit of background on the institution itself. According to the association of children's museums children's museums are places where children usually under the age of ten years learn through play while exploring environments designed for them. These institutions are a transition from museums. Being about something to being for someone and the institutions including contemporary institutions heralded the value of visitors centers museums. Children's museums combine interactivity child adult and child environment activities. They focus on a theory of museum education which explores the cognitive social and cultural aspects that go into learning for children sometimes. These theories are selective or sometimes they're intertwined and often times these institutions are guided by contextual model of learning which are sorted into three contexts personal physical and socio cultural. We won't go into detail about this contextual model of learning but if you're interested in this consider looking into this model further these institutions grew over the twentieth century nineteen twenty two saw only three children's museums in the usa as twenty nine thousand nine. This increased to four hundred and growing these institutions foster the first museum experiences for many americans therefore they hold a lot of weight. The begin today's episode. Our first case study will explore the first children's museum in the united states of america. This is the brooklyn museum. The institution was established in eighteen. Ninety nine and its original purpose was collections. Which children could enjoy understand in us. Go jesse swagger. I nine hundred ninety seven..

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"museum children" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"museum children" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the agenda this weekend. It's a basketball tournament, and it's set to bring in about 9000 people by normally on a holiday weekend. Four times the amount of that from one event, But that event's been canceled due to the Corona virus now visit, Andy says day trips are big draw to the city attractions like the Indianapolis Zoo, the Art Museum, Children's Museum and White River State Park won't see the high volume of tourists like holiday weekends. In the past, a handful of restaurants have been forced to close and those that are open are trying to bring in customers by offering deals. It it visit, Andy says. There is a glimmer of hope and that starts with E. You have earned it campaign and gives Hoosiers up to 50% off hotel deals in Indianapolis through the end of the month. Now in general, there has been an influx of visitors since the start of the pandemic in March, and this weekend's basketball tournament is just one example. These things don't come together really quickly. And so ah, lot of these pieces of business have actually come together because they're unable to meet in other cities or other convention center might not be able to welcome them right now. And so, I mean, this was just finalized. I believe last week or early this week, so a lot of the stuff we're turning it really quickly and working with the city to make sure that we can welcome this number of people safely. Indianapolis hospitality industry normally employs 83,000 Hoosiers every year and about 40,000 Hoosiers are still without a job. Now there are some fall festivals that are set to open here in a few weeks, but visit Andy says it's a long road ahead in Indianapolis, Katie wisely which TV which TV dot com.

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"museum children" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"museum children" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"And if you ever come to building see, you'll see the beauty of this the dormitories. These are Greek revival style gorgeous beautiful. Buildings, I mean be if you can think about how well endowed that that system was for a while I mean they build fifty plus buildings and it becomes a completely self contained community at the height of it. There's about a thousand snug us. There's requirements are are are there funny in lovely and you have to display moral character and these are these old guys are probably younger than you and I James? That that are going in their. Different different times. World. I mean back to be you know forty six at that point made I'm not forty, six and forty five to forty five at that point. Having that career. was very difficult. Could stole it did yeah and there's there's a lot of them. Funny things if you mind. Your Times Harper's whatever the of the they often got in trouble for for drinking alcohol consumption and so that that was one of the things but they were given to brooks brother's suits and they were it was a self contained community. You had a farm, you had a power play the. Butcher the maker of the candlestick maker everything on there and You know a beautiful where people get married today in the Great Hall is where they used to sit in and a reading room and listen to music, and there was just this this really holistic approach there was a. A. Sanitarium there they they were for convalescing in the there was just a real. There's more. There's all these really amazing. This kind of amazing. Approach, and then you know things really change the course of the you know of of the EPA turn of the century and. The safety nets like social security, the change, the way that the approach of of the sailors changed the needs and simultaneously these hundred year leases the dried up. and. So they say they start tearing down buildings. And then simultaneously. People are taking a deep interest with the formulation of of preservation and in New York landmarks in the nineteen sixties comes in and they take the whole front, the front, the front five Greek revival style buildings where Saddam Museum is in the noble those two others, the name among the first New, York City landmarks and mainly. Like literally day one ones. And the then the community works hand in hand with people like him. There's a there's a very famous visit from Jackie O that comes. And our our artistic attorney Michael told me about how he was. He was he was one of the servers that day when Jackie Ho came like to you know coming in and and you have these these pillars, our community right now who who, who banded together there's a bunch of women actually that came together fabulous five that came together and with Jackie O Brooklyn. The they is this had these building saved the city of New York purchased it, and they wanted to create it into a cultural center in Nineteen, seventy, five the. The einstein-hilbert Cultural Center was founded separately actually the staten. Island Botanical Garden was founded they were only merged. In two thousand, eight. Yes and so now it is this it's eighty three acres, twenty, six buildings. Of Fourteen botanical gardens a two and a half Acre farm unprecedented architecture you know home to the Staten Island Museums Children's Exam Maritime Collection The new House Center for Contemporary Art the Chinese Scholars Garden and then forty plus small businesses studio artists and..

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"museum children" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

15:45 min | 2 years ago

"museum children" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kiss miss and mystery. Signed your host Kit Crumbs. I WanNa talk about research for a moment of the of the hundreds of novels and novellas hybrid nor the past twenty years of the three hundred plus stories. I've written for this podcast research was a backbone and one story in particular stance out and I've received hundreds of emails asking me to repeat this. I've got the script in front of me. For this. That evolves the research. It came out in two stories one was called. Where DID BILLY GO? The other one was a strange case of Billy falstaff referring to the same individual so I will read these as clearly as possible. Today's podcast where to billy go is by far the most bizarre story. I've ever run across because it is so unbelievable. I've decided to relate the steps taken in an effort to make sensible this remember. Those words were part of the podcast almost a year ago. This is a story of an eleven year. Old Boy who vanished from just outside Tucson Arizona. While performing in front of twenty two adult witnesses he was discovered seventy two hours later wandering across a civil war battlefield fifteen hundred miles distance in the southwestern area of Tennessee. The site was Shiloh national military park. He was discovered by tourists taking a tour who identified a distant figures looking like a child. And I'll speak more on this in a minute. I want to go over some of the things I did. It all started when I was scouring some thirty seven year old. Fbi files so. This was a cold case. I hadn't looked at it in a long time the FBI files. But I hope to find something intriguing when I noticed under the child. Abduction section the case involving a young boy he'd been abducted in nineteen eighty to remember that date from his Arizona. Residence was located in south western Tennessee wandering as a state park three days later. What caught my eye is that this was marked s kidnapping and there is no. Rassam call the FBI were brought in was discovered in another state. I managed to get my hands on a heavily redacted. Police report anything. This old has been archived and is available on special website that investigators and people like myself have access to anyway. The report related how the victim and three other children were in a field performing jumps and bike tricks on their stingray bicycle. So this was in the tunnel oatman Arizona. The report described that the children had built a ramp and Eastwood. Perform a jump. Overstock tires twelve tourists. Visiting the nearby town of Open Arizona. Twenty two residents including the children's parents were attended seated on the homemade set of bleachers. The victim was a last minute. Jump is by crash on the other side of the tires but he had vanished before I go any further. You need to know that police. Fbi reports made available to the public. Investigators like myself are cryptic to say the least heavily abbreviated redacted especially when a child is involved often. There are more black lines. And they're complete sentences. I contacted as many residents of what is virtually the ghost town of oatman Arizona as I could. And as of this podcast talking to you now open is pretty much a tourist trap or tourist attraction of the twelve phone calls and several emails. I had one hit after fifteen minutes. A small top. Mrs Jones said she remembered the incident written up and said the boy's name was billy something she didn't remember the last name. I promise not to use her name. That's why it's Mrs Jones. She also confided that I should talk to William Howard who she thought saw. The boy vanished was one of the witnesses another couple of phone calls. I located Mr Howard in an assisted living Sattar outside Apache junction. Arizona was ninety four years old but very alert and after much pro. Bain was able to remember. Billy's last name falstaff. He said like the beer after contacting the county sheriff's Department and Officer the FBI located in Phoenix and coming up empty. My next move was to contact the folks that oversee the tours of the Shiloh state military park at Tennessee. Where billy was found again? Nothing with no other ideas. I reluctantly decided tobacco the story for days. After making that decision I received an email from Escondido. California wanted to know how investigation into Billy falstaff was GOI. The email came from a woman whose father had passed away recently to events prompted her to contact me. I at the funeral were several reenactor. So the battle of Shiloh. Who were on the tour when billy was spotted and they had heard about my inquiries and related them to her second while going through her father's notes files and journals in the garage. She discovered that he was the doctor. That treated billy. I assume that the boy might have been treated for shock said rather than emailed us much. Her response knocked me out of my chair. Her father had removed a civil war. Era many ball for the boys of Thi- I e mail back asking if she meant bullet corresponds was an emphatic. No it was a mini ball and she had founded wrapped in wax. Paper stapled to the top of journal explaining the injury. I asked her if she could take a picture of the Journal. And the mini ball and send it to me as an attachment and she did. This was just getting better and better. I punched billy's age in my calculator added the elapsed thirty seven years from nineteen eighty to two thousand nineteen when I originally did this story by the way it was twenty nineteen to come up with his current age of forty eight but stopped short of putting the calculator away. He vanished April six. Eight nineteen eighty two exactly to the day a hundred and twenty years since the battle of Shiloh April. Six eighteen sixty two. I had to find. Billy assuming he'd been taken back. Arizona. I ran a check on the name full staff. I only found one in the region and the individual had no connection with billy falstaff through contact with law enforcement and see icy see is checked. One William falstaff was in Marian penitentiary a medium security federal prison in Illinois. My problem or prisons are notoriously tight lipped. When it comes to giving out information about prisoners I submitted a form requesting physical characteristics scars and received a brief description that could have been anyone but was rewarded when the description included scar on the right upper five fading and thought to have been caused by something when he was quite young. This was my boy but I figured I'd taken the story of force. I could my last effort at communicating with him was a letter addressed to William falstaff of Marianne Federal Prison. Forty five hundred person road. I received a response twelve hours later but not from Roya. A man of few words emailed me asking what my interest in William falstaff was through several emails. I Determined I was communicating with an agent of the FBI. William had escaped just days after my form was received requesting physical description had an interesting story and a series of events linked together giving it credence but nothing really solid dealing with phone calls. Receiving emails does not truly make story. But I just couldn't let it drop. I assume that Billy's parents were deceased or at least out of the picture but someone must have known him between the time he was discovered. Tennessee in his incarceration in federal prison. I started this new search with child protective services. I ONA than in Tennessee. All people that might have been involved were retired and some deceased and all records had been archived and for the most part sealed dead and I reexamined my progress since first scanning the FBI reports realize that. I'd been conducting. What amounted to missing person? Case Surprise I put knowledge that a doctor had removed a civil war era. Many ball for billy side out of my mind. It just seemed to weird. That's all still decided to take a look at children involved in the civil war. It was a simple search to determine that preteens as young as ten were often horse and wagon tenders during the civil war and never really fought in any battles. I contacted the Museum Child Military Park for any information on children involved in the battle next. I placed ads in several newspapers. Symbol Tennessee and Arizona. Asking for information on William or Billy falstaff. I actually received a call. Few days later from Virginia falstaff Smith Billy Sister Jackpot. My first question was the most difficult. Did she know that billy had escaped from prison? She laughed and said he hadn't escaped. They'd lost him that they were transferring him from Marian a medium security prison to a minimum security and when the bus arrived on board after a few awkward moments. I continue by question. This was not a happy person and after a few questions she let me know in no uncertain terms that it was going to cost me to continue. I let her go and thirty seven years. He must have had a girlfriend. I felt I could put together. Billy's character I might be able to track him by employment. The problem was what I didn't Arizona. I had to do in Tennessee. Every knock at my door pulled me away from my computer my chuck the time. It was six o'clock. I opened the door and stood facing a young man of about thirty. That could have been a salesman toy opened his mouth. I talked to Virginia. You said you might be willing to pay for information on her brother. He said I didn't make the connection for a minute. I stood just staring at him. Oh yes I said. Billy yeah what do you want no? I can't pay anything. I told him flat out. He made a face and told me not to worry about it. I asked him how he knew. Billy he said and this is a quote. I knew who he was and he sat on the bus in front of me. You were be transferred to a minimum security prison. I ask that's right. He said he was real easy. Going didn't talk much. I ask if he ever mentioned it. Eventless childhood and the Guy said if you're asking about how he got shot in the leg now okay. That was the story of where to bill ago. And then I continued later with the strange case. Falstaff that's what I'm into right now. I found the story interesting but it was thirty seven year. Old Case of child abduction. At least ask the FBI called it. I let it drop but four days. After making the decision I was contacted by a woman whose father had treated billy and had pulled a civil war era many ball from his upper thigh. Aside from being totally blown away by that fact I jumped back on research. Wack I had to find billy I managed to trace it to a medium Security Prison Illinois shortly after I located as residents. He was in the process of being transported to a minimum security prison loaded on a special transport plus with thirteen other prisoners but when the bus arrived at his destination was not on board. That brings you up to date with this particular story. The strange case billy falstaff. I'd communicated with billy sister who wants to be paid for information on him. She did provide a picture of him just before he was arrested and car serrated once again I hit it get in. That is until I was visited at my office in Ashland Oregon by Tony Gale. He'd Billy soulmate. Y'All have been on the bus with billy. He'd gotten my name from billy sister with whom he had been in touch. The only thing I got out of Mr Gail was that billy always said he was a child of the civil war and that when they were lined up ready to be checked onto the bus. Billy told him that he'd never make it after number phone calls. I determined that. Billy was definitely checked onto the bus at the bus made no stops and was manned by experienced driver and two guards and was followed by an escort vehicle great. I was back to the question. Where Billy go before we let the story go..

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Parenting in Anxious Times with Susan Stiffelman, MFT

Janet Lansbury Podcast

09:59 min | 2 years ago

Parenting in Anxious Times with Susan Stiffelman, MFT

"Parent says I have an inquisitive sensitive four year old daughter with the recent corona virus outbreaks around the world and us. I have remained informed but not shared this information with her. Unfortunately and very rapidly. My Home State has begun taking precautions due to infections in the area closing all K. Through twelve schools we are anticipating childcare to follow as licensed providers and several surrounding counties have been mandated to close. I work in childcare and she attends so closure would drastically impact. Our daily lives even without that local museums children's programs etc in our area that we regularly frequent have announced closures due to an abundance of caution. My question is what is the best way for me to explain this information to a four year old? Of course I want to use language that is appropriate and that she can understand but also have it in the back of my mind. She tends to be anxious and worried about things additionally she asked tons of questions and I want to be able to fill those appropriately. Thank you for any guidance. You can provide. That's such a great question and I think it's universal right now whether the child's four or eight or twelve our kids WanNa know what the heck is going on? You know the world is not the way it was yesterday and we're not doing things the same way we were so Kudos to that parent writing into you Janet. Yes and it sounds like she's been able to kind of keep the status quo for a while but it seems like she's noticing that there are some impending changes. I'll try to get this outta soon as possible. And at least we can help her to answer some of the questions and explain the situation to her. Do you have any thoughts on that? Yeah let's start with the good news and might surprise people. What's the good news? It seems like all the news is worrisome. But the good news about a young child in the situation is that we have a lot of power or ability to quell their anxieties by regulating ourselves and by managing our own fears and worries in an appropriate way with other adults getting support in ways. That help us finding good sources of guidance online or within our communities and friendships so this four year old is not browsing the Internet for information. They're going to be primarily looking in one direction. That is the mom who can first and foremost address her own concerns and fears till I always suggest that parents before talking with their children have a conversation with a trusted friend or some support group. That will help her address some of her greatest worries around the virus in the upheaval in disruption in daily life. That seems to be up ahead for so many of us so that her four year old doesn't pick up on that because the other good news is that four year olds really are focused on mostly one thing and that one thing is am I gonNa be okay and his mommy or daddy or grandma going to be okay. Their Ego centric and so the primary concern of this child is going to be about the immediate world that she lives in. And that's easier in one sense to address by first of all holding a place as you do. Begin the conversation or have these conversations you're energetically reassuring that there's a place you have managed to land on where you're not spinning in your head with all the what if all the things that might happen. I was Doing something for parents earlier today to offer support in one of the things that I reminded someone when they asked the question. How are we going to get through this day after day after day? Homeschooling and all these other things and I said well remember in the twelve step programs. It's one day at a time. And even though we have to plan for what this is GonNa look like all we have to do is get through today and so I think it will start with remembering that for ourselves and then being in a when we begin the conversation you and I can talk about what that might sound like where. We're not subtly transmitting our own fears and worries because we've appropriately vented those with an adult that we trust. Yes that's so important. Children are always taking their tone from us and were the first point of safety for them and if we're not there then yeah it is much harder for them to feel comfortable so we would start with that. That's wonderful framing really important and remember that this is a neutral event. Even though it's a disruptive event for a young child there isn't the same kind of cataloging of where does this rank in the realm of awful things? They watch us so carefully to decide how they should feel about something like this something. That happens unexpected or difficult. I've seen this with kids so many times and I saw this when my own son was young that we might be facing something that to me was sort of. Oh my gosh. I can't believe we're dealing with this. And his focus was not on the situation but on me like to kind of read me to see whether he should be worried or whether this was sort of a funny thing or even a good thing so again holding place when she does begin to speak with her little girl that allows her to communicate in the non verbal part of the messaging. You know this is it change and this is different and there are things that we haven't figured out yet but I'm solid and we'll get through this and it's just one day at a time so that's kind of reiterating what I said before. But it's important that we remember that we can strongly influence how our kids digest this information in the way that we come across exactly. I've noticed that children always surprise me in their ability to be okay with a very unusual or even tragic situations when we are okay with it. We're not happy about it but they know again. They're looking to us as my. Are My parents going to be okay? That's all I care about. That's my world. And then they surprise us with their ability to understand things. I would recommend being very honest and simple using frames of reference that our child has saying things like you know how we get colds and we get stuffy noses sometimes we get a fever and we have to lie down that comes from a virus and right now there's a virus that's new and for a lot of people it ends up feeling like a cold or the flu but for some people. It's very dangerous so we're all being careful not to pass this around and we're not gonNA have daycare for a while and we are going to keep our lives to ourselves a little more and things like that. I think children can understand that and even embrace it as okay. Well we'll do this interesting new thing again because my parent seems confident that it's going to be all right. Yeah you know I like using very concrete ways of describing situations two young kids who are in that concrete stage so for instance you could take out your puppets and you know. Show the puppets playing catch with little balled up piece of tissue or you could just play catch and be maybe a foot apart and then get a little bit further apart and then eventually to the other end of the room and deliberately throw the tissue where it doesn't reach and help her understand that in a way the tissue represents the germs that carry this virus. And so if you're really close and you throw the tissue back and forth. It's not very hard to catch it. If your child isn't good at catching by the way you can just sit on the floor and push it back and forth away. We used to play hot potato but if you get really far on the other side of the room where one of you goes down the hall then eventually you just can't reach and you could sort of explain you know this tissue represents the germs that carry this bug this virus this flu that we are really all working hard not to pass to each other and we're close together then it's easier for to pass from one friend to another friend but if we're far apart or we stay in our houses and you could even played a game where you go outside if you goes outside and closes the door then you can obviously see that the tissue the little germ can't reach the other person so anything that comes to mind that would allow you to make it visible and practical for the child to understand. Why this distancing is a really good idea can be helpful and of course. We're all talking about washing hands for twenty seconds singing twinkle twinkle little star or two verses of happy birthday and this can become a game. It can become something that you do were. You're being a little bit silly. Maybe so you reinforce this habit of being germ buster were you. You make it really hard for the germ to pass from one friend to another and that that's the way everybody's GonNa stay. Well I love that. And then this parent. She's anticipating that. Her daughter will have questions and she wants to make sure that she's GonNa feel those appropriately. That's the wonderful thing about children. They let you know what's on their mind and they ask the questions. We don't have to assume that they're worried about certain things they will let us know. That may not even be worried about may just be. This is what I'm curious about. This is what I'm interested in. This is what I need to know to feel more on top of this situation for

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"museum children" Discussed on Career Relaunch

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"museum children" Discussed on Career Relaunch

"This is with with of challenges having Say Much business in the rest of your life kind of slightly sometimes those by the way. I'm Carney moving house at a which meant the out house hunting to find a new face. So that's GonNa keep busy but I will say gung latest weekend long weekend going camping to the city. I'll l. say some fun on the horizon which is very cool. Well we are GonNa talk a little bit more about pippen not so I do WanNa come back to that. I would like to focus most of our conversation conversation on your historical career before you were at pippen not in and also your time at pippin up but before we do that as an American I'm always looking for a good peanut butter here in the UK. And I for many years really struggled to find a good one here. But then I spotted pip and nut. I think in a whole foods and I'm really became a fan. What do you think people should look for when they're trying to find the good peanut butter the me about if it's not true or not so we didn't have any palm talk about products and it doesn't mean that we get some oil separation on the PROTAS Bet She always think as a really great thing. It shows the Tasty naturally children additives Zoar any pommel say. That's something that I was out. Four of 'em eat my the less ingredients on the back the packaging the best And use the Best Rosie peanuts almonds that you can get your hands on because it really. When you've got ingredients? They make such a difference. One one of the things I love about your product is it tastes great and that you also don't use palm oil and it's actually really hard to find the peanut butter that doesn't have palm oils so so I think it's great. You're doing what you're doing and I also love the range of your flavors. I think I've tried your maple not one. That was the first one. I tried to very tasty while we're gonNA come back and talk talk about your journey as much per noor in the founder of Pippin up but before you were doing this. You're in a very different line of work. Can you tell me about your time as a producer for the view Science Museum in London and then we'll move forward from there. I studied anthropology Novostei which is not useful for what day right now but when I was leaving Invest Invest Within the crazy sector always been interested by an museums immaterial. Culture which big Paul budgies about and I I when I left. Ti started pursuing a career within the What various different centers across London Man Events? She kind of went to the Science Museum. Josh I watch Assistant Before sauce out the bronze I guess what that role is essentially. Oh helping together. Large data shows the Science Museum Children's Statia J. creches let us technical production without In sound for Jesus says as themselves Natasha's and you'll basically the one to help facilitate and coordinate. The whole Shay says really really interesting jaw. Probably one last. Thought I didn't actually really hate my job. A tool and I thought the career path is done without she. Pretty interesting potentially exciting one so going to something. I am business in move into A away from Public creative sector. was she a big shift but also something that wasn't I wasn't necessarily pushed. It was that a choice wasn't necessarily in my initial thinkings on ice O'Brien out from my in business. Yeah that's really interesting because I think some of the founders that we've got on the show many of them actually say that they never had the intention to start their own business but it was the the idea that pulled them towards starting their own business. How did you move from theater production into creating your own peanut butter is she vividly? Remember the day I handed in my notice Science Museum. I am boss at the time I think looked at me as if I was crazy. Because it's so random at so so different that I think he was like I was Gonna say but I think it takes a long time. I think you know you take quit your job on the fast eighty. Come the idea the idea for me and my brain took me about two years year. Hostile for out. She fully quit my job. I think that was it was partly. Johnson is the fact that I had never worked in the sex before. I really really didn't know I was doing and I knew that I need a little bit. More validation full by itself I I was filming in my brain comes us to create in my kitchen rules that needs to kind of validate whether or not She likes the idea of running my business. Did I enjoy the process sessile creating products and I think that's one of the things that that's what it takes time but I think the key steps in when you all can't kind of stock you're in business in specific Edwin Fathy about the recipes I bull pokes fancy blender and made the In my kitchen I'd make two hundred Taina China tape based products to a market down in south London and I'd like she writes them on on people to see whether or not they like to they like to enough to buy. That was my validation. That was my way said checking whether or not what I was creating with with something that people wanted to and then it was a house. Man Get some direct that feedback. I think there's something so brutal about sending something to someone on the market so people will be instantly. Internee love it or the incident hated. And I think you could Quite quick Ear On something once he got that sense Jack and you've treat to refined and improved on your products. That was when I was I. I think I want to scale this up. And that's a whole new settles challenges you face and he scaled something out. How did you decide on peanut butter like of all the different things that you could invest? Rest your time man. I guess you're pretty busy with your day job. How did you decide you want to devote all of your energies to this particular food product? So I'd always been interested in the food aid sector. I've lived in London for twelve days. Now on a such a hotbed for like amazing food. Trends Nichols a great feed seeing those food trucks PO-POINT GRANDPA around London browse. The shelves opposed as myself as a chopin Great products on the shelves and saving more magic. And and I think I was so interested in a sector. I told nope she gave. You can be both creative and have a product that actually he does people good. I feel that was really exciting. Have landed on not western peanut butter partly because I am a proper peanut butter added. I sue each every not ally if not two or three times a day. We came from a love of of the product I was doing training at the time. Missile marathons for me not muster on taste in my porridge. Whatever was Louis Heist Ron Trait and I just saw. The product is brilliant. It not only tastes unbelievably goodness. So this was a filled with Not really kind of hosted ingredients and it's not often then. He got a health food That she did his own flavor as well as functional benefits like protein in healthy fats. And that's the thing that was sought to at. She made me see the gap in the market. was that name. Every diabetes in St Marcus Contain pommelled mentions That was really. I need peanut butter in the market. And I've recite Allen buses cashier buses in the put themselves take flavor already. Britain may like the Alma buster was one of fast. Boats Develops Mellon's grave combat. I felt like that wasn't really Lebron's taking hold of that and I just read enough the fat the this space in the supermarket which is a bit traditional bit tired. Haven't really seen a brand enter into the space in the process is which is so open for an innovative brand. Come in it was things it's ASTA come to get it in a row thickness definite got paid. And it's definitely a growing trend with protein and fats awesome things about being good for the. I think this could be in business. You also mentioned the two year transition and before we talk about how you turn this into a business. I'd be really curious if you could give us a glimpse into what the transition was like balancing your day job with trying to get this idea and eventual actual business off the ground. What was that like for you? Yeah I mean I always say.

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