35 Burst results for "One Parent"
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Bridget Ziegler: How You Can Support the Leadership Institute
"Bridget, if we can train an army of 10,000 moms dads and grandparents to run for school board races and win, it is absolutely going to make a huge difference. What does it take? Can you get into the nuts and volts for people who are considering helping leadership institute? I mean, isn't it a $150 essentially to train one parent? Yeah, that on average is about a $150 per individual that we can train and arm them up. And again, this is not just if you're a candidate. This is everything from a concerned citizen. Your awareness and knowledge will we help you understand how to be effective and activism, helping talking to your elected officials to get things in effect change. Same with candidates. A lot of times I find when I teach these classes, a lot of people say, you know what? I can do this and they step up and that's what we need. We need more people stepping up and then we help them with the tools on how to be effective to affect it to win. The lowdown ballot races have a unique aspect to them. And so we teach them all of those components to maximize every day and every dollar. And then like I said, we wrap it around with Wednesday, newly elected. We support them when they're in there to be effective as well. So it's about a $150 to train one person across the country. And we have had thousands already, but like I said, we're looking to train 10,000 people across this country over the next two years because I believe that that will put us in a good position to start moving and shifting where people can celebrate the wins and other people in other areas will start to step up as well.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
"one parent" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast
"We're seeing, we talk about the word indoctrination all the time. The K through 12 curriculum is an indoctrination, ideologically. I think about things like the 1619 Project, where schools are deliberately teaching kids not only incorrect history, but we know what it's rooted in that America is fundamentally bad that we're racist nation. Bridget, we know what's happening, this curriculum deliberately teaches children to dislike America. Yet these same kids know nothing about the constitution, World War II, history isn't being taught. That's got to be front and center here and we got to address this. I couldn't agree more and honestly, people going back to your question. This matters almost from a national security level. If we're raising the next generation of children to not really understand the founding principles of this country, that's worth fighting for. We're seeing this issue. It's hard to recruit at the armed forces component because you have a next generation that says, well, why? They believe that this country is rooted in racism, which is inherently not true. Actually, if you look at the true history, we've been able to persevere because those founding documents were so pivotal to that ability. And I think that when we look at the global issues that we're seeing over in China and Russia and then we have our next generation that aren't willing to step up. It's very alarming. And one other thing is there's the history of communism, I think, in Florida is one thing that governor Ron DeSantis has certainly let in. And we're seeing states across the country follow suit. But the history of communism is now a standard in the state of Florida to be taught so that students and educators can understand the patterns and actually start to see and discern for themselves because they'll see it's all around us right now.
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"But it's different, right? I want you to hear the difference between C, like I'm not doing enough as a parent, and I don't do anything and I'm the worst, right? Versus. Okay, I'm allowed to feel sad in this moment, I feel rejected. Even saying in this moment, it feels like a referendum on my parenting. I'm trying to separate the two. How I am as a parent from how I'm feeling, okay, okay, and when we notice ourselves a little more grounded, I think we can then ask ourselves a very powerful question. Do I want to show up differently to my kids? Do I want more of those connected moments? Is the only way a connected moment counts for me? When my kid is upset and screaming for a parent, do I have to wait for those to feel better? Is there any more that I can generate? Not to prove to myself I'm a good parent. But actually just because I want to do more, do I want to put my phone away more? Do I want to do more reading? Because that actually just feels really good with my kid, but that line of questioning, I think, is totally different than what I actually think is a very unproductive, just spiraling tornado form of questioning, which is am I horrible parent? Do I actually need to do more? Like, I don't even think it's a question. I think we're just saying to ourselves I'm a bad person in the form of asking ourselves a question. That's very fair. That second question or that first question about do I want to show up differently? You always want to be doing better. Like how do you answer that question? Well, I'm going to turn it back on you. Remember, we're turning your use into eyes. That's a project. Maybe give yourself a little like clue how don't be so grand to start small. Do I want to
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"Favorite coping mechanism, okay? And I know it's still going to be a little bit of like, okay, doctor Becky, and then what? Like fancy coping mechanism, doesn't do shit for me, you know? So is something I call AVP. And I want to go over it. Acknowledge validate permit. There's a little bit of an asterisk after. Or after that, you say the same line to yourself. And it all makes sense after I go through it. I can cope with this. A is acknowledge the validate P is permit. A is acknowledged is just naming what's happening for you. And that doesn't have to be fancy. A lot of people think naming a feeling is like, is this anger? Is this shame? Those words actually don't mean anything. It could be, I'm noticing I'm having a racing heart. Or it just could be, I noticed I don't like this feeling. I notice I'm uncomfortable. I'm acknowledging. I feel rejected. So your son rejects you after swim, and you're like, I'm gonna do this like stupid thing, doctor Becky, told me to do even though, again, it's like not gonna work, but fine, I'll try a one time, and you're gonna say to yourself what version of that. Do an a for me? How would you acknowledge what's happening in your own language? Yeah. My heart is racing. My palms are getting sweaty. I hate that kid once my husband. Right, great. A plus student. Crushed it. Okay. That was the V V is validate. To me, the best way to operationalize validating a feeling. Is telling yourself the story of why the feeling makes sense. And that phrase makes sense. I swear there's something about it that our body just loves hearing. So an example might be, well, my kid did want my partner instead of me and I know that is a vulnerability for me and nobody likes that feeling. So it makes sense that my heart would be racing and my palms would be sweaty. It makes sense to feel this way. Give me your version of that. Okay, it makes sense that I feel sad. Perfect. It makes sense. I feel sad. It makes sense and worked up. It makes sense I'm distressed. Any of that makes sense. So we've acknowledged it. We've named something. And for anyone listening, it's like, I don't like naming my feelings. It really could just be I'm uncomfortable. I am upset and I don't know why. That still naming it. And then it makes sense to be, well, there's a lot of different things going in my life. I do a lot, so it makes sense that I'm upset, even if I don't know why. Just tell yourself the story of why it makes sense. That is the P permit. And it really is almost the same line every time. Even though now, and I want you to push back, this is where people are like, oh, like, what does that do? Okay? It's just saying, I give myself permission to feel this way. Or I give myself permission to feel exactly how I feel. I give myself permission to feel sad right now. Great. So I'm just going to go over that again. My heart is racing my palms are sweaty. My son runs to their dad once again. Well, I know feeling rejected is like a pretty bad feeling, so it makes sense. I'd be feeling that way. I give myself permission to be feeling sad right now. Do you remember the last line I said? I give myself permission. And then I want you to add.
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"Know that. You feel this way, you're you, which and as we're talking about feelings and in your body, there's it's almost like this outside your body Ness, right? So I'm going to ask you, actually. Let's just do exercise now. Say, I feel rejected by my kid. I feel rejected by my kid. This is a bad feeling inside my body. This is a bad feeling inside my body. I don't feel so connected to my kid right now. I don't feel very connected to my kid right now. Tell me, what's that like? I think I preferred using you because it did feel. More external. It does feel, it feels like the ultimate rejection. It feels like the ultimate rejection. So let's do a little exercise. When today do you think your son will reject you? He'll come home after his swim lesson and he'll run to my husband. Great. Okay, you can picture it? Yeah, picture it. And almost like really I know seems almost like, how would I do this to myself? A picture to the point that you're like, oh, I now actually feel upset. You actually want to generate a little bit of a response, because that's how we can start to change how we actually intervene, or what happens in the moment by almost like preloading a different way of responding. So when the moment actually happens, we have like a little bit, got ahead of things and already started that circuit. So you're seeing that? Yeah. And I want you to say to yourself, whichever one feels most natural, what we just said either. I feel rejected right now. Or this feels hard for me. I mean, even simpler. Yeah, I feel rejected right now. Not rejected right now. Like, that's a, that's a really hard feeling. Yeah. And I want you to do this with your hands, put your hands out. Like me. And look at one of your hands. And I really want to look at that hand, and I'd be like, in this moment, I feel rejected. In this moment, I feel rejected.
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"Feels like he's saying to you? And don't worry, you're going to have a thought. You're going to be like, that sounds crazy. I know he's not saying that. I know. But forget those thoughts, just like, let's go there. What does it feel like he's saying to you or what does it feel like the world is saying to you? In that moment, he's saying dad does a better job taking care of me than you do. And I'm pausing on that just because I mean this is so important and so powerful. And I think this it's so generalizable when we get triggered into this spiral in a moment with our kid, that question is always useful. What does it feel like my kid's saying? My kids having a tantrum and public. It feels like they're saying you didn't do a good job raising me or the world is saying that or might get saying I want dad and it feels like they're saying dad does a better job taking care of me or maybe even dad does a better job taking care of me when I'm vulnerable and upset. Than you do. To that very question in my head is like, is that true? And so I think, well, he packed their stuff for a plane trip. That should have been my job. I'm very high energy, which can be good, but he's very soothing. And patient. And so it's very much analyzing. Is that true? And even if it is, like, again, as you said, I think it feels worse because you really do think that should be you. I should always be the one who can provide the best comfort to my kids when they're in need of comfort. Not quite. What's going on? I rephrase it for me. I like being wrong. So I think at least I can imagine as they grow up, you're not always that one. They're going to want their older sibling or they're going to want to teach you what are they going to want their boyfriend to be that source of comfort. But I think when they're very young and it's going to be a parent. It does just feel embarrassing when it's not you. It feels like it's an indictment on your maternal instinct when you're motherliness. Yeah, I just, I wanted to personally, he's a very selfless individual. And I think it makes me feel more selfish and less competent than he is the go to. And then what happens next? There's this dynamic where our kids act in a certain way. They say something. We kind of translate it immediately to mean something much grander. Or it's like a barometer of our parenting or just indictment on our parenting. And then what happens in the moment is we respond in the moment based on our translation to try to prove something to ourselves, which usually gets in our way of showing up to the other person and based on what actually is going on for them because we're kind of like playing out two different plays on the same stage. Does that make sense? Yeah, yeah. Tell me about, when do you feel connected to your kids? Like, reading to them, playing with them. I think last night we were in on his bed, Kean was sitting next to me, and he was between my legs. They wanted to sing the whole book. It was great. I think like you just feel some relief. Like, okay, it's not as black and white. There are times. Whenever you're not perfect, but at least they don't not want you.
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"And I was going to say, you know, don't make me feel like a terrible mom by the end of it. Oh, that's what I like to do that. So we might have to end this. Listen to it enough to know that said, a spiraling worry. You know, but that's actually, I think, the perfect place to start. And maybe we're kind of getting to the ending before I let you tell your whole story. So we'll do this a weird way. We're going to get to the ending, then I'm going to come back and ask you for details. But so many times when something is hard with our kids. Our interpretation, or maybe our fear is I'm a bad parent or I'm not managing this well, and that's why this thing is happening. So hearing you say to me, just please just don't make me feel like I messed it all up or like I'm a bad parent. I think it's also probably insightful for whatever's going on with your kids in terms of our tendency to interpret hard moments through the lens of, does this mean I'm a bad parent or does this mean I'm doing it all wrong? Does that kind of parallel process make sense? Yeah, very, very much so. I did not think I would be in this position as a parent of having. So should I give you the quick? Submarine, is that helpful? Yeah, you know, now we'll actually start in the beginning instead of the middle to end. Tell me your name, tell me what's on your mind. Tell me where you're zooming in from, and then we'll jump in. Okay, cool. My name's kosem. I'm calling from San Francisco. I have a couple of kids who are 5 and two. I knew the girl was 5, and ki and his two, and had a question about kid preferences. And then very much preferring their dad to the mom. So give me an example. Tell me the image in your mind or a situation where this kind of parental preference. And I want to say because I think it's real where it can feel too a mom like the preference for a dad feels like extra injurious or just feels like a different version of parental preference than when mom is preferred all the time. I think there's a lot of expectations and sociological dynamics there. So that's what's on your mind. Your kids kind of calling out for dad. Yeah, you know, unfortunately, it happens, it happens a lot. One could just be going to school, like, yesterday morning, he and my son, Gus didn't want to go to school, and then insisted that his dad takes him or he said, I want daddy. I want daddy to take me to school. And it can happen a lot at book time before bed. I think it hurts the most when one of them is sad. You do think that's your job.
Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"one parent" Discussed on Good Inside with Dr. Becky
"Rejection is something we get a lot of practice in. From the other kids on the playground to soccer team tryouts to the college we so desperately wanted to go to. But rejection as a parent from your own child? That's something we're often not ready for. I think at least I can imagine as they grow up, you're not always that one. You know, they're going to want their older sibling or they're going to want to teach or they're going to want their boyfriend to be that source of comfort. But I think when they're very young and it's going to be a parent. It does just feel embarrassing. When it's not
Mike Gallagher Podcast
The Bible Is Under Review for Removal in Davis School District
"I want to give you Utah as an example of why parents are concerned why Americans should be concerned. Did you hear what they were thinking about doing in Utah? A school district in Utah is very well going to ban the Bible. The holy Bible because one parent complained that it contained inappropriate and pornographic material. That led to a committee review, the David Utah school district received a petition from a parent to have the Bible removed from schools for being what the parent calls a sex ridden book now, according to the parents petition, this falls under the sensitive materials law in Utah. And as a result, the Bible might wind up getting banned from this school district.
Biden Admin Paying Illegal Aliens Is Feeding LatCrit
"The final numbers could shift the people familiar with the matter said Most of the families that crossed the border illegally from Mexico to seek asylum in the U.S. included one parent and one child many families would likely get smaller payouts depending on their circumstances Now can you imagine the incentive for people now to come into the United States they view us as such complete suckers The American criminal liberties union which represents families and one of the lawsuits has identified about 5500 children separated at the border over the course of the Trump administration citing figures provided to it by the government Let me tell you what nobody else is going to tell you Obviously the Biden administration should fight this in federal court to the end For a thousand reasons Because it's immoral to take money from you to give it to a legal aliens who are not invited here who voluntarily on their own came across the border or sent their children across the border creating a situation of anarchy that the administration tried to do the very best it could do in dealing with it Unlike this administration that is what an anarchy and doesn't secure the border intentionally purposefully But what's going on here The Biden administration wants to give them the money The Biden administration is populated with individuals who believe in LAT crit You've heard of critical race theory This is Latino race theory That the people coming into this country Are the indigenous peoples This is a further way to destroy border security
News 96.5 WDBO
"one parent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Have a chance to win. $1000. Your next shot is at eight o'clock just Listen for the payroll payout keyword and you can get paid just for listening to Wdbo. Hurricane Larry continues to churn far out into the Atlantic as a major storm. The storm is packing 125 Mile an hour winds and is about 900 miles southeast of the island of Bermuda. The storm could impact the island and the National Hurricane Center says a tropical storm watch could be issued soon for Bermuda and that Carolina's could see some significant swells and rip currents through the end of the week. President Biden is visiting New York and New Jersey. Today is the Northeast continues to recover from historic weather the president approving disaster declarations in both states, freeing up federal funds to help with the massive cleanup effort. Doctors are again being forced to make life or death decisions and the covid crisis, many reportedly on the verge of choosing who gets an ICU bed as more hospitals run out. Overall, the number of patients is up 158% from last year, while daily cases are four times as high. Starting today, kids in Volusia County will be required to put masks back on the new mask mandate was approved last week after another raucous emergency meeting. Now students in central Florida school districts will need a doctor's note or a parent will not be able to opt out of the mandatory face mask policy. There are questions now about how some of those notes are obtained. One parent in a Facebook group says she could get Doctors note from an office in Oviedo by paying $75. Doctors against the practice say it's not only on ethical, but it puts high risk kids and adults in more danger. The Orange County School district says it will reject any noted considers fake. They've all wdbo one. Oh 73 FM and am 5 80 about this box QB Tom Brady tells the Tampa Bay Times he had coronavirus shortly after the team won Super Bowl 55 earlier this year, now focused on Thursday's opening game against the.
Made of Mettle
Who Was Ida B. Wells?
"In today's episode we will be covering the impassioned the influential the inspiring ida b wells ida. B wells was born ida bell wells on july sixteenth eighteen sixty two in holly springs mississippi. Ida was the eldest. Born to james and lizzie wells. Who had seven other children. All were born in slaved as they lived on a plantation in mississippi whom or members of the confederacy during the civil war in the previous episode. We talked a bit about president. Lincoln's revolutionary decision to issue the emancipation proclamation on january. First eighteen sixty three during the civil war ida in her family were officially freed from slavery as they resided in a confederate state before either was one year old immediately following. The war was the pivotal reconstruction period with a divided territories of the union in the confederacy. Determine how they would begin to come back together as a single nation. Ida's parents were dutiful in diligence supporters of african american rights in particular the right to an education. Ida's father james was directly involved in starting in serving on the board of trustees for school for freed african americans that school rushed. College is still a notable inactive university. Today falling under the umbrella of historically black colleges and universities ida would begin her educational career at this school attending in her early teens. Sadly heartbreaking circumstances would find ida early on in life in eighteen seventy eight while visiting her grandmother. I learned harling news. Ida's mother father in her youngest sibling. Just an infant had passed away from yellow fever. Her parents sudden-death turn ida from a teenager with no children into a parent of six suffering from the grief and loss of one's parents. It would be understandable for a child to shy away in resist taking on a role with such incredible responsibility but did ida shy away from her obligation torture family. Absolutely not
The Mom Room
Mom Burnout: The Truth About Parenthood
"The title of the article is feeling pressure to be a perfect mother relates to parental burnout and career ambitions. And they don't mean career ambitions in a positive sense it's that it's negatively affected career ambitions. You'll see i'll explain so they basically talk about how becoming a parent is this massive milestone in someone's life it is a huge life transition but they outline that it's supposed to be related to this. Like euphoric hashtag. Blessed sense of happiness. But when you actually look at the research parents especially new parents do not have higher levels of happiness than they did previously if anything like. they're more stressed. They feel burnt out. They have a lot more things to think about and so they point out that parenthood benefits some outcomes lake. You know you feel like your life has more meaning like you feel a great sense of purpose but that parents with young children especially actually have lower life satisfaction and more depressive symptoms than people without children. And i know we hear this. We're probably like yeah that makes sense you know but at the same time. There's this massive expectation that having kids is the best thing in the world and it's you know like picture the mom giving birth and it's like this courageous day of my life it's so magical in rainbows and everything and that so that is the expectation but majority of us are not feeling that way. So it's like this. Cognitive dissonance of i should be feeling this way but i don't so now i feel even shittier that i don't feel this amazing hashtag blast way and i'm actually a little bit depressed and i feel like even more so nowadays. There's more pressure because both parents have also the career pressures so nowadays. It's very common for both parents to work fulltime jobs. Have these you know be pursuing these big careers whereas before it was much more common that one parent usually. The mother would stay home and take care of all the household duties and childcare tasks while the other person worked full-time outside of the house.
860AM The Answer
"one parent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Am the answer streaming now on our app. And the Odyssey app. Welcome back America. I'm Hugh Hewitt. If you're just joining me, you will have missed a 9.5 minute clip I played from CNN. L read reporting actually propagandizing about critical race theory. I couldn't. I can count a dozen errors in that quote story. It was simple, straight out left weighing hard left wing propaganda. The premise was baldly state. Ain't Republicans are creating the issue? One politician was featured Ted Cruz, one parent interviewed, who was I think emotional, excited and heavily edited. One teacher was presented exactly the opposite of women of color wearing hijab. And talking very carefully saying that Asking loaded questions one of Els questions But are you teaching Children to hate America, which is as loaded as can be as opposed to what do you teach about race in America? Well, how often do you teach it? Which curriculum book do you use? Did you change the book that you? I mean? There are obvious question, but it's one teacher, One parent, one politician. An ill informed man on the street interview, not very ill informed. They had the general idea of what CRT is to him, she asked. They got your question. Can you name one critical race theory Scholar? By the way, for all of you people out there critical race. There is a subset of critical legal theory, which began at Harvard Law School in the mid 19 seventies. It's Fountainhead is Duncan Kennedy. And there are a few others, but just remember Duncan Kennedy. It's a gotcha question. It's a silly question. It's been around forever. It was when I went to law school in 1980 83. They were debating whether or not the higher Critz And everything. That's what they're shorthand Name Is that the the annual association, American Law Scholars, Conference Law School Teachers conference When you interview at a Hyatt in Chicago or someplace, you're trying to move law schools. You run around and your scholarship and your academic and your mentorship and your everything else show you if you're quit or not very easy. By the way, Chris are very proud of being creates. Their view generally is that any legal system reflects the power.
"one parent" Discussed on SuperMamas
"Amazing it's it's i'm definitely going to buy it so it's like Thirty five dollars is not that expensive awesome. Yeah definitely i'm going to ask about outdoor living is the food but then again that's all i always think about syria agenda food over everything for us. I mean for sure. That's that's the only reason why i want to go out. Just add more excited about camping. Yes another will even though like note really camping after listening to you know you mean. I wanted to go where you're going which i think it's like super awesome. I just a different experience. You know how this are just different experiences. I'm still down to the air streaming that. You're that you're going to do. I still want to do it at some point But this was this was awesome for the kids. And i think also one of the things i was like the most fun was that there were so many other kids you know. I think he was. If he was just gonna be our or experience by ourselves it would have been very different but there was more people you know there was like. It's like a community like communion. What yeah yeah. That's i mean there's so many communities. I just live like that. That's live in your tribe and your support semi ready races each other and that. That's that's the beautiful thing about creating community in outdoors. I could see how beautiful that extras for the kids to you know. Yeah we should definitely into it at some point whenever you ready. Yeah i mean at larkhall. School is pretty big on camping They do too big camping trips every year throughout their entire Sort of trajectory into school from kindergarten. All the way goes all the way through middle school. That's also yeah. I don't know if i explain this to you. I have a shares on the podcast before but when they go kindergarten first grade Take one parent. And i think it's going to answer rego and yeah. It's pretty much out there. That just how you say it with all families of the classroom. And all the kids hang out activities and you know you learn about campy and.
"one parent" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"This bad. Only one parent number. She could hedge your mom. She would have been better Read Matthew, Darling, Linda, You should move back to Minnesota. You're all along here Raising a child. It's a nonstop all day all night up there. Madeline doesn't have a mother to my left. I am well aware of what? My daughter doesn't happen. I think you can do this, but you can't. No, man. You're right. I can't do it. But you know what? I'm gonna do it. Because I'm a father. This is actually based on a true story about a guy whose wife gave birth and died the next day, and he had to completely restructure his life to be the single dad. It's directed by Paul Whites who has done everything from American Pie too, about a boy like and so he's got a kind of a diverse directing career. But he's you know, this is a little bit into some wheelhouse that he's done before. And it was originally going to come out in theaters and I got to think I bumped around the schedule and during the pandemic, it got sold to Netflix. So now it's coming out on Netflix. It's a cute little movie. It's It's your very basic story of a person learning to be a parent, and we've seen these movies before. There's this sort of sub genre of this. Whatever the reason, however, their adopted kids are they kid that they didn't know they had. Or, you know, like Jersey Girl was a great example of a movie where a guy his wife dies. And he has to take care of the kid, You know, I mean, so we've seen these movies before. So it's kind of hard to not re tread familiar ground, and especially considering this is a true story. It's still kind of hits. These beats and the stuff that the original guy learned through this process, and I think it's heartfelt. It works. And it really shows Kevin Harts trying to stretch I mean, Kevin Harts, really trying to become an actor rather than just a community and who screens and all his movies like like Salma Hayek again, the man's body guard, But but I think Kevin Hart does a good job, and I also think it's interesting because you know he's got some controversies in the past. And he says sense. I'm not very nice things, but there's little scenes here and there were. I think it's him extending an olive branch and saying, Look, some of the things I've said there are a little bit caustic. This isn't an apology tour he's not talking about. But there's elements of this movie that At least acknowledge that some of the things he said, was not the nicest things and I think he's growing as a person, and he's grown as an actor. I actually think it is a good job in this movie. I mean, it is a little bit paint by numbers, and it is a little bit predictable, but it works as a movie. And this is where I think some cinemas going this movie I would have expected to see in the theaters. Absolutely 100%. But it doesn't look odd on that flicks. It doesn't look like a made for TV movie. It looks like a bonafide movie that was made for theaters, and it just happens to be on Netflix. And I think that's where we're going with a lot of movies, so Overall, I have to say fatherhood kind of rocks it It works it kind of rocks. That's it for this segment. I need to go to a break when I come back. I'm going to be talking about the Sparks Brothers,.
So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"one parent" Discussed on So it's a show?: keeping up with the Gilmore Girls
"And there's another part in the bourne identity where they go to his friend's house and he has children and there's a part where she says. Well i he wants to get out of there because there are children we stay here. They end up staying there and she says something like if anything happens these children in he is so firm. Nothing will happen to them. It is fine. I will not let anything happen to them. in there i think one of the best scenes in the entire franchise is in the second film at the end when he finds who was a young child at the time when he killed her parents but now as a young woman and he finds her and explains to her what happened in that he killed her parents and i think it is one of the best scenes in the entire series that he has that conversation and that is just like the recurring thing like he has a weakness for children in compassion. Yeah you know. I didn't pick up on that as a theme throughout. But you're right and even that he went to go see that you know she was a girl now young woman when people were like right on his tail but like that was where he was heading. And it's because he set up the crime scene as if the girl's mom had killed her dad and then herself is how he made it. And what an awful thing to think about your parents or you know you're one parent that they killed themselves and your other parent like that. That would just be horrible to to believe especially when not true they died. I don't night. I want now. My my mother didn't kill my father that she didn't kill herself. What happened to your parents so.
KTLK 1130 AM
"one parent" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Steps and the phases of Governor Tim Walz. When bring onto the show friend of the show from Twin Cities. Cannabis, Josh. Good morning, Josh. Hello, Josh. Nobody egg, right? Yep. Alright. So yesterday we got notice from my son public preschool that they're gonna want a graduation ceremony outside and because of all the restrictions They only want to allow one parent to attend her child. Come on. God. Come on. Yeah. So I started a big long that Seagram people responsible for that position. And I also told her friends of mine that I'm sick of the crap in our public schools in my area, So I decided I'm gonna run for the school board and the Mister Nice announced right here evolved. Nice. Dig it. I dig the energy. Thanks, Josh. Good to hear from you, buddy. You know I would go. I just screw that I'd show up anyway. You know the one parent and I forget which outlet I read this and I apologize. But when they're you know, one of the articles about governor walls is reopening restrictions and list loosening of the restrictions. You no friend of the show we've had on very often. Tony Cheswick, who has said that he's part of a task force that's supposed to be meeting with the governor from the propeller history is that they have no clue. They've not had a meeting. They've not had any input. The governor hasn't talked to them. So the entire hospitality industry is learning these things as we are, and they're supposed to be involved their stakeholders. Governor Walls said that he was going to include conversations from all these various stakeholders before making any decisions. And that was one of many of his out right. Blatant lies didn't dry and again that you mentioned it right there, and I saw you getting all worked up, and he's a liar. Just a liar. Just a liar. By the way, How far are we until Like only one parent is always going to be allowed simply because you know what if a child only has one parent and two parents show up? I mean, that's not. That's not right. That's not fair. Let any parents show up didn't is that after all, these all these controversies around the distance learning and then in the at at home viewing from parents may not be. Maybe the government should just take your child away from you at age three on, then return it to you at age 18. It may be. That would be better if it all, um in Saint Paul. Go ahead. You guys just a clarification on the vaccine numbers here in Minnesota. I'm looking at the data base for the Minnesota covert 19 response page government page that shows that 16. Plus have that have had at least one dose is at 15 59% right now, and so didn't after Holmes say something of the 30% think it's a 38%. What's he talking about? I don't know. He needs to sell books. He didn't care. It's just selling books is hard to get through. It is there There's a Yeah, he finishes everyone. I'm going to go to Amazon. Look.
Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"one parent" Discussed on Happy Even After with Ms. Renee Bauer
"Is that things that you need to share bigly. We need to share those things but we are not legally obligated to share our child's identity right lake if a child came so awesome and they came out as gay or You know they. I m trying to think of another identity But certainly I've never seen a core. I've never seen a appearance agreements That states that you need whenever child wants to raise. Is this coming out. Or i guess sexual orientation other than straight. You need to alert the other parent. No we don't have court. We don't have parent agreements like that. So why would we out the child's and in doing that and particularly in these in these cases sometimes the child says. I don't want the other parents yet. I just i'm just letting you know. And then maybe. When i feel comfortable i'll let dad or mom now and so that is not our does not are right out. The child to their other parent without their consents And i will. I will fight that well. I think that that's a really good point. Because most what a lot of times that i've seen any way of Like my own personal field late to win. That person came out it was coming out to the person of comfortable with and not the other parent until you know until they were ready and so i think that's important because i think that that probably happens a lot because there is typically even in an intact family. Sometimes you have one parent who the child just knows. It's going to be supportive and the other in. That's tricky and i'm sure a lot of people particularly attorneys might agree with me at mass. Fine i come from a children's rights perspective and social justice perspective. That's my background. So i that's the reason why i probably have the perspective that i do has that our job is chew softly the child and if they say i'm just not ready to tell my other parent that is our job is appearance to respect that..
Becoming The InfluentialMe
"one parent" Discussed on Becoming The InfluentialMe
"A pen to me this smallest thing but it. It's challenging the status query watching what we do rhyme so that we noted for us to move on say so tell us a little bit more about so now you went for this job and you said as to answer is either going to be a yes so it's going to be a note and what if what what would have happened. If it was an which i would have done got feedback and not politics that might steal and applied or something similar. But i i would have gone for. I was determined that. I was not going to let a neg- a response that was not mine affects me because i had been carrying so much baggage. Been affecting me for a long time. I now meeting to shake that. Bagging fearful that. I knew the no was might even help me that something better for me in the future by me. I'm surprised like just hearing you say this like just and knowing where you were a time where you would just like australia. But i held him. Michelle obama satellite failed. He and us just like several they based and then one of the things we talked to the coast was bad. No is not. You'll know i love that. You said that you said yet. They said no that That's that response was Could actually help me. That's the mindset seen leading to challenge your mindset and stop being somebody who sees a note as okay. That's great because i'm gonna get feedback from that but that feedback. I'm going to be better. But and i am so proud to say that because it's walks difference. It's a mock motivation. I think you should be so proud about how you to overcome that. Big hurdle larry walls before. Oh if i fail. I was expecting that now onto onto more bad news but managed change but they didn't say no debate. Your was the yes. It was a big user. Louis begets santana's the new manager says your applied for And how you feel now having lands everything that you lands having maybe investment in yourself by know it's not just money it's not just buying now. She's investing time in doing it. And you know an investing time nurturing relationships of unnecessary survey time money and head space. Tell us what's happening for you now. Realizing that i do have to give much time. Yeah to myself read books. I mean not. They don't have to be physical books that could be put on but trying on something new Let when people stack took me stop Before i'd say i've been just learning something new can actually take you to the next level and never because in a way. That's another challenge. You know. I'm hoping to be an inspiration from very lohan giving myself a year than i wound up levick and i'm i'm thinking to myself. You know sky's edge science limit. Absolutely answer tell us about this this new you and folks and you got it. And what was the feedback from hiring manager. What is my current manage bird positive. Another manager came. It just said i action you been doing the position before and i said no simply something can do. I'm willing to learn on of x. y. a. b. goes. Oh yes yesterday. She said actually so and she has a look a number of years of experience in the area when she said. I believe you'll be fine and i thought to myself i will put my mind to it and i mean okay. I do spend time improving myself looking at what other people dooms. I also study at stugotz personalities. That was something i had never done before. I'm actually from you when you stand when you young. You have to study us inanities. 'cause you lived a family members in an academic myself. Children are very small. They do that but we do it without realizing children play one parent off against the other. They know what they can ask mom for getting known and they know wenceslas that for it and then they'll get all off the family members. I thought to myself of gotta be that child a game and monitor all all all actually studying the personalities. Really sorry to interrupt you but know about that is because we have borne with inbuilt staticy and as you get older. We stopped using it with children. Very resilient say they get an idiot again and they and get up and they do it again. That's how they lead. How all learned how to walk right. We did just fanning got whooped. No it would be key trying closeable very curious but this is something that somehow lights down henderson stops us from being curious enough that you have you know a making contested effort to bring that in functionality Already out. i think that's incredible. Yeah yeah it's just taking another step another step so that when i look back and say i tried. I don't want to leave my thoughts on the same way. If only you know. I'm going to go for it. I'm going to try musings done to the next level amazing so tell us what if you fail. What did he try. Something doesn't work out. I'll get my feet trauma approach again. Maybe that's not the right place to me. But it's i think failure would be learning. I'm gonna use failures and learning and that's the most important thing. So what other questions do. I have the so the last question. I guess it's may tell us. Who are you now in how you going to step into becoming more of that woman to really briefly about you know who he will have a full of this past not was trying to figure out at Feeling deflated by everything that happened in the past. Who are you now. Ooh that's a hot not hot but what now. I'm not a challenge. I need to overcome whatever. I see as a challenge. Find another way round. Bind away over it. You find a way andrea. I'm not going to let what what i looked considerably forest. Is you know that. I come those challenges and If i need to educate myself to take his show host have a mental. I'm going to do whatever. I need to dig for myself to see how i can get next level amazing and you see that having that mentality works so what would you say With my last question the story of my life. What would you say to somebody. Who's on the fed's investing in development whether it's michael to somebody else is what would you say to that as i say you go for it. I mean what. The investment i made last year was Best investment i am. You might love of a new car last year but this kalsa with you is more value to me than that gets me around. Yes but this is something that i that has transformed my life areas leaving my personal life and people have noticed my other hoss's notes as the non thinking because he would say. Why don't you do this. And i would so nine even say before you say not finest not drag him. Come.
How to monitor kids and screen time during a pandemic
"This pandemic spending most of our time at home as a result. We're all suspended a lot more time looking at screens and it's not just the adults doing this. Kids are home bound a lot more to with remote schooling and less physical time with friends. Due to quarantining parents are relaxing. Their rules on how much time their kids get in front of screens. So you know about this because you have kids and you wrote a story about this once you tell listeners. What parents should know obviously a lot of parents when this all started kind of relaxed their rules on screen time and as a result. Our kids are using screens a lot. More whether it's you're playing video games or watching tv or using laptops or tablets. A lot of the consensus with experts always been. Don't focus too much on the quantity but the quality. What kind of stuff our kids using their screens for are they watching. Tv show or are they playing games that they can stay connected with friends or they're talking with family things like that and that's still kind of what we're seeing a couple of parents i've talked to you know as this is warren on. I think a lot one of the big concerns especially from one parent. I talked to was how you relaxed these rules. But then when you have to kind of bring these rules back in what do you do and how. It's become a lot harder because your kids now are so used to having more time that what do you do to kind of dial that back a little bit if you wanna give them breaks because you know it's for adults too you know looking at screens for hours on end. Sometimes it's a lot and you need to give yourself a break and it's good to be able to do things and find ways to separate them from screens for a little bit just to just to give them something else to do. A lot of parents are dealing with it. A lot of parents are struggling with it. You know. I think that that's something that's gonna continue but arrogance some positives some experts. I've talked to have said how a lot of kids have learned a lot more about apps and technology than they would otherwise and then also. I've talked to parents who said it's really helped their kids out. There's one mom. I talked to who said her. Daughter was dealing with social anxiety and by having some of that social time with friends playing games or through apps. She's been more social so as one expert put it. There is a silver lining with all this. Even though a lot of parents are still worried about how much screen time. Their kids are getting any advice. If if there are parents that are dealing with this dialing back fang or or other aspects of the home tech Situation so one thing that came up a lot was thinking analog so thinking of different activities that you can do that. Don't require screen so might be playing. A board game might be a physical book to read. Maybe it's a puzzle things like that and making them family activities. Because i do this all the time. I tell my kids. You're taking your screen break. Go find something to do while. I'm scrolling through my phone and to a kid. That's gonna obviously look pretty hypocritical. So it's probably best if you're gonna tell them to do that to kind of do it yourself. So if you're having a gameboard night or you're doing a puzzle. Maybe you all do it together. And then that makes them more inclined to stay off screens but they're also seeing that you're doing it so they're going gonna be more inclined to do to The other big thing is taking devices at night. One rule that. I talked to a couple of experts about this. They said hard fast role if you have to you know. Lay down any rule with screens. It's at nighttime. Screens are on so that way. It's not disrupting their sleep. They're not staying up odd hours because they've snuck their phone or tablet into their room and they're up scrolling. You can have that. It's a hard fast rule if you wanna really crack down when you should worry is if you see changes in your kids behavior as a result of the time they spent on screen also too if it seems like. There's there's an impact on their relationships so watching things like maybe the way they talk to their friends or if it sounds like. They're having arguments with friends. Maybe that's an opportunity where after they're done you can pull your child aside and talked about it. But that's maybe when you worry really what it comes down to is if you want to get your kids off screens one of the ways you can do. It is by getting off yourself and finding ways to interact with each other without him. Sounds like good
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"one parent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Jessica. Ramos lead efforts to produce a report from the education advocacy group advance illinois. That report was based on focus groups including one hundred twenty students parents and caregivers and they came up with recommendations on how the state should handle recovery. From the pandemic marine mckinney. Spoke with her about the efforts. The problems from covid nineteen for students and families. What were the most severe. When we first went into the of doing focus groups across the state we wanted to really just understand how education was going and as we were preparing our question and the direction that we wanted to go in. I quickly realized that we couldn't get focused on the educational experience of students. They need to focus on what students and families we're experiencing all before even asking about how education was going and how were experiencing schooling and their engagement with you know the disruption that happened to their. We first started with questions about their experiences. Overall with co ed and and not one area we realized that communities are really struggling with child care and that has trickled down to how students are engaging with their education. How parents are supporting their children. So we heard stories from parents that are you know both identify the central workers where they are finding themselves a with no access to healthcare because healthcare providers are either not in business or have made a difficult decision to take their children because they putting themselves in higher risk story from you know one parent where One parent is a firefighter. The other parents were in a hospital and the task of provider made a choice not to bring them in because of the hybrid and other situation. Childcare just wasn't available in their communities and parents are were finding themselves having their children to work in order to make sure that they were learning. We heard stories about how P like parents forgetting phone calls from their teachers saying you know your child isn't engaging today where are you where you were and you know it's harder to control that when you're not with your your child at the time and then when we started to ask them how they were feeling overall we learn very quickly that there are a lot of challenges that children and you know students are experiencing that really social emotional and mental. Then students are feeling very isolated and disconnected from their peers from other educators. You know especially our students that are engaging with schooling when we In many situation our students expressed that they haven't seen any other classmates since the start of the screeners because when they tune into their on me or or their class meetings its shadow walk that they see as opposed to you know the videos that we see in meetings when people choose to turn their videos on And that back back to some decisions that districts have made in order to ensure equity where they don't require students to turn their video five. Teachers haven't met their students all year. And and they have to imagine what their their their students might look like given that reality and then on the academic front we're seeing some inequities and the rigor of the core the coursework that students are engaging in The reality is that as much as we would like to hope Engaging in class remotely very different especially in a world where are educators. Were asked to pivot with no choice. Because we're we're living through a pandemic but you penalty remote learning and to a different structure learning law even in person because we have to ensure safety of the students as this was all happening and so you educational experiences. Our students have drastically changed. And it's been a major adjustment for them and are educators like in terms of recommendations on what to do worse did some of those standout is more important accurately one of the main issues that we saw was the impact that resource actually having on our students and families across the state. And as you think about the recommendations moving forward we think it's extremely important to ensure that we're on a path towards ensuring that our school district and our communities have the resources they need to support students we know that ten has not impacted students equally because there was inequities in our system that had existed even pirates with. This is ben exacerbating that and so as we think i'll be cut through recovery. We need to make sure that we invest in the resources needed that with orange resources we target some of those of course to ensure that students are supported socially and emotional and that we are closing those gaps in access. What were some examples of the inequities. I imagine The disparity in access to technology. Yes absolutely that was one of the issues that we saw. In in some situations we heard stories about. I'm students having to Ask a family member to drive them to a local church local. That had my accent in order for them to be able to work on Remote learning we heard stories about you. Know the funding disparities. The reality is that you know. Even the remote learning setting felt differently by different students in different areas that were state depending on the infrastructure is that were in place before that and that all comes back to resource equity funding equity that we as an organization highly highly value and prioritize in our work And you know. We saw the benefits of the investment of You know the evidence funding formula because some district able to pivot almost immediately provide every student with a laptop provide students with disappoints. That were needed and some districts is by bus. Numbers are still struggling to connect with students Due to the broadband access in the inequity around that and then another one of the inequities that we heard The inequitable access to rigorous and engaging coursework we heard stories from students Both from the end of students that are participating. Ap coursework an iv coursework and then students. That are participating. Of course. we're in a way that it would consider like quote unquote regular classes and that experience. Very different Students in the teesside felt like they had an experience. Too much disruption. They had a course map that they have to follow because there was the end of the year that they have to take you know in order to get that course for college and in our classes and our students that participate at that. Were in regular classes You know we had an example of one student share that they were in spanish class Remotely where they hadn't even focused vanish. Yeah because they're not able to engage in that dialogue.
San Francisco to remove Washington and Lincoln's names, among others, from schools
"San Francisco School board's voted to remove the names of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and others from public schools after officials deemed them unworthy of the honor. The decision was made it a San Francisco school board meeting to strip the names of 44 public schools or a third of schools in the city. Moves stirred outrage Wednesday on whether the famously liberal city had gone too far. One parent called it a parody of leftist
Relationships & Revenue
"one parent" Discussed on Relationships & Revenue
"It's called complex trauma and that's where the person has been victimized over and over and over from childhood or from teenagers or when they first started getting traffic and they never could escape victimization so in other words even if a child was abuse for us. you know their growing up years from a parent or one parent or maybe. There's a repetitive. Pedophilia person living next door. And they're constantly being abused. They're in a dangerous situation. And that actually anatomically which it does what..
New York City DOE failing to provide education to disabled kids amid COVID-19, lawsuit alleges
"His failing New York City's special education students. Gotham Ists, David Cruz reports. One parent described her special needs son who can't see hear or speak, trying to attend class online. She was one of seven parents now suing the city to demand the Education Department provide extra months of Taylor, learning for students with disabilities that would help offset the limits of remote learning. Some students have also aged out of the system if they had turned 21 during the pandemic, the loss of the seeking our commitment from the city for additional month of services for them too. A spokesperson from the Education Department says the city were review the lawsuit, which was filed by the education nonprofit advocates for Children, But she says a recent court ruling found that remote learning doesn't amount to a denial of services. Workers at Newark Liberty
Democracy Now! Audio
New York City to fine people who refuse to wear masks as COVID-19 positive rate tops 3% for first time in months
"In New York City officials said Tuesday. They'll begin finding people who refuse to. Wear masks in public after New York's coronavirus tests positivity rate climbed above three percent for the first time in months a new study by the United Hospital Fund finds about forty two, hundred children in new. York lost least one parent to covid nineteen. This year more New Yorkers than died in the September eleventh attacks.
Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis
Houston ISD opens Digital Learning Centers for students in need of technology
"It a digital learning center in H I S T is opening dozens of them for students who can't afford the technology for virtual learning. Some parents call it a ridiculous waste of money that Channel two's Britney Jeffers found at least one parent who likes the idea thought that came came across across my my mind mind also also is is well. well. This This is is kind kind of of like like going going to to school, school, but but it's it's really really such such a a small small situation situation for for people people that that really, really, really really need need it, it, according according to to the the district. district. Once Once the the student student gets gets the the equipment equipment from their school, they'll no longer be able to attend the Digital Learning Center. Merry G. Says her first grader will be learning remotely, but she sees this digital center as a great resource. Not everybody has a laptop for their first grader, their second grader, so number one than being able to provide that, but also having them a place to go. But it's safe where they're going to be able to access all the things that they need. I think it's a really great option, Some parents say. If you Congar toe a digital learning center, you can go to class. The
Best of Both Worlds Podcast
A Work Schedule without Childcare
"Had a very interesting blog post. Recently, I thought that detailed away that A. Two Person. Could Alternate things like in a very structured way you want to go into that. So I got an interesting amount of feedback from this not so much in comments on the blog but I heard from people who wanted to share it with other audiences because it just hasn't been spelled out exactly how a split schedule with two working parents. Splitting fifty-fifty could, in fact, work in could give both parties approximately thirty hours a week of focused work time. Mostly during the workday. So none of these like get up at four. I, am and work till I am things which if you have today you have to do but you also wouldn't have to in this sap. So the idea is. that. You have two different shifts on during the workday one is eight to three. And one is one to six, and that is predicated on the idea that it young children who are home are napping from one to three those a rough nap window. We are recording this at two-thirty right genevieve napping and Sarah does not have childcare today. And you know older children could use that time for independent work or for screen time or whatever you wanted to do. The idea is that that is that could be double in terms of the parents. One Parent is on during distraction. So some of their hours are not pure hours but. Mostly, two of them will be able to work anyway. So one party takes eight to three Monday, Wednesday and one to six on Tuesday and Thursday the other party takes one to six on Monday Wednesday and eight to three on Tuesday and Thursday, and then they alternate on Friday who gets eight to three and who gets one to six. So each week it's butts off there and what works out to is then twenty nine hours during the weeks when you have the three one secs shifts and It works out to thirty one hours on the weeks where you have the three, eight, two, three shifts, and the key thing for this to work is that when you are on your job is not just to keep the children safe like being adults present in the house, you are also committing to keeping the children out of your partners office, right so that they can be guaranteed those hours being at eight to one one, the sex or whatever. are focused right like absolutely focused they are not on your they're not dealing with anything, and if you do this that each of you can, in fact, get the twenty five cure focused hours and then between four to six hours each week of. Most likely but could be interrupted because of naptime was or whatever. And both of you would have both some afternoon in some morning hours and so I know that that's an issue that some people be like well, we just split it that she takes the mornings when I take the afternoons. But then what you know, there are some teams that always WanNa meet in the morning because some other person has a different shift of their schedule and so this allows you to occasionally have morning meetings or occasionally have afternoon meetings as the case may be again, this has to be pretty much you are committed to this. You're committing to keeping the kids out of your partners office you can obviously arrange for A. Sub. Credit. On a day, if there was something like you have to pitch a new client, a huge project in the only time they can meet. Tuesday antenna at ten. AM technically Tuesday as the tae that you work on the sex like probably you could arrange with your spouse to get a sub credit that you would make it up for that person at another point but. You WanNa. Have that be relatively infrequently but you know working twenty nine or thirty hours a week with no pay childcare is. Pretty good. If that's a situation that a couple might find themselves in and if they need more hours, you can extend the swap idea to different times I mean. Maybe each of you works from six to ten pm one night a week and that gets you up to thirty four hours a week or you do six to ten am on a weekend or something you each get one weekend morning and you know what it is but. That is basically fulltime ours, and if they are plans, well, you will be okay.
Atlanta - Cobb County parents report issues with virtual learning
"On a bumpy note for students in Cobb County this morning online, I got several messages of parents, letting me know their Children were having issues connecting as the day started for the state's second largest school district, one parent telling me her three kids each had a problem early on, but then got in. A second, saying she thinks the platform got overloaded, but says the teachers were super responsive and ready with alternatives, adding quote. Our teacher has the patience of a saint. These kids don't know what a mute button does. The district tells me there have been no reported technical issues with the platform itself. Michelle right,
Philadelphia public school teacher worries about 'conservative' parents listening in on virtual classes
"A teacher in Philadelphia that I find not surprising but unexpected that somebody would actually say it out loud. As you know, an awful lot of Americans are facing Ah, fall where their kids do not go back to government run bricks and mortar schools. They will do some on line or distance learning. I don't see the problem with that. In fact, I think having heard from parents who are doing that with their kids right now, and they were doing it even before China virus arrived, it'll actually be a better solution. The problem is the government run public schools populated with union represented teachers. They say. We don't want to do this because they realize that one's parents and students and taxpayers are given a choice. They may decide that the choice of distance learning work so well for their family that their kids never go back. To a bricks and mortar government school. And that's bad news for all those union represented teachers. Well, one teacher, the admission I mentioned a moment ago. This is the one that this teacher in Philadelphia and I have a feeling there's more than one out there Fact I'd love to get a call from one of them. He worries out loud. He tweeted out that he worries the conservative parents are going to listen in on some of the virtual classes. I mean, if your kids are learning at home, they're doing distance education, and you hear a teacher starting to shovel out. Ah lot of political propaganda. That some of the parents might actually object, and I hope they dio this guy Matthew Kay teaches English at the Science Leadership Academy, which is a public school in Philadelphia. Over the weekend, he tweeted out that he's concerned about the damage that parents might cause if they over here, lessons on topics like gender and sexuality and race. The daily wire reports. So far this fall. Virtual class discussions will have many potential Spectators, parents and siblings in the same room. Where will never be quite sure who's over overhearing the discourse? What does that do to our equity and inclusion work? He then described how conservative parents are his chief concern. Listen what he's worried about his teachers. There used to be able to shovel stuff into your kidsheads, and you never find out exactly what it is. You may have one or another child come home and say, Boy, the teacher went on a rant about Donald Trump today or went on a rant about black lives matter or went on a rant about sexuality. And the parent hears it. But there's no way to prove it. What happens when parents can actually hear the lessons? Frankly, I'd be happy if parents were able to hear all of the lessons that their kids are subject to. And if they find a reason to object to it, then, for goodness sake, call the school board called the superintendent and to say You can't do that to my kids. Parents should have the right to do that. And now that
The Ben Shapiro Show
Parents who want schools reopened risk putting themselves before their kids
"Sociologist and professor of education and public policy at U. C. Berkeley's Graduate School of Education. Hey, is an authorities written a couple books, standardized childhood and organizing locally. Speaking of books, Bruce, are you going? I know you're in the midst of your writing another book, but it's not on this top topic. Isn't this really something that someone should be writing a book on? Oh, for sure, It's Ah, It's a right area for Her research and lay foundations and others. You're trying to get some research up on going to really document In part, the inequalities that had built in the online instruction You know, before we talk to talk about that I do want to talk about the inequalities because I know you've done a lot of work on that and and you know, it's hard for me. I really identify why don't but I would like to identify with inner city kids who parents who have a really difficult time. I understand. I'm very fortunate in that regard, but others are less fortunate, and they have a lot of issues that they're facing. But talk a little bit about what you've done. Commented on in some of these pieces about the attention to child care, academic supervision for low income families and how the unhappiness and anxiety of parents will in fact, maybe Permanently. Hurt the development of kids. Well, I think is all parents know, Alan. Our kids are super sensitive to the stress and anxiety in the home. Especially younger kids say through fourth or fifth grade, but even adolescence or hyper sensitive to how they're parents you're doing you know whether In a one parent's divorce when parents with childcare arrangements cancels their job. Congress is deadlocked over unemployment protection. So in time of benefits, maybe running out in the next couple weeks on the problem is that the stress, of course, is most intense and working class. Household so Not only do we have kids that are trying to figure out what to do during the day and how detective teachers but we have terrorists under You know, suffering enormous anxiety and pressure. Some have to get to work to risk their own health. Some as we've seen in the papers, some get Corona virus come home sick. And then and then have to lose their jobs. And all those stressors buildup and that really set skins back emotionally and socially and They start to turn off start employing from online instruction. So I mean, this agreement is nice. It's it's better than the spring, but it doesn't provide child care for parents. It doesn't provide relief for parents who need to get back to their jobs. And it's a deeper structural problems facing blue calling parents especially They're really going to start to drag down kids on Dwyane achievement gaps and social developmental disparities. Yeah, I was going to ask you about that. But I mean, if this continues throughout the year How many kids are going to need to repeat this year? How many kids are goingto possibly need to repeat the year before? I mean, this is his going there. It seems like this is good. This might be a massive problem. A lot, And that's why I think we've got a experiment in small charters or small private schools carried to see how we get out of this hole because You know better off families. Khun can finance learning pods they can hire college students is tutors, but You called her parents trying to get back to the mechanic jobs or they're nursing assistant jobs. These air folks who don't have many options, and if their kids falsehoods and certainly behind, it's going to close off college opportunities are not able to graduate from high school. So I'm sympathetic with the unions who want to be super cautious about Teacher's going back to school. But the costs are going to be mounting for the families and kids, and we've got a way that I think more heavily than we have in recent months. And what about socialization? What can we do? In order to try and avoid some of the detrimental effects that we know occur when kids don't have for especially younger ones. You know, I know, For instance, my kids they really haven't had a whole lot of play dates of Fanny. They haven't been able to socialize. It's got to have an impact. What do we do? Oh, yeah. And I think that's what this learning pot idea. Alan is picking up speed. It's it's going to create inequalities, but you got to sympathize. With parents like yourself. Who's kids? They're just not They're not making any friendships. They're not working. You know, morning howto work out problems with their peers. They're not enjoying the joy of, you know, being in school out in the playground. And that lack of emotional support and Emotional wonder Munch. You know that that's so much part of childhood and that's goingto Nita mounting disparities as well. So I think we have to find ways of expanding our pods hanging out with our cousins, You know, figuring out who's been Most unhealthy for a number of weeks and then trying to engineer these get togethers for kids because All learning is built upon a strong emotional base. If that starts to crack its biggest section on kids running on the society as a whole
Practice Guidelines and racial disparities
"Delivery is racist in many ways from insurance to hospitals to admission rates, and in other ways through implicit bias this week. The New England Journal of Medicine Points Outweighs that Ray sneaks into medical practice in ways we don't even realize. Is Skin color really a proxy for health risk factors we'll. geneticists argue that racial background is important to identify specific genes that are associated with specific diseases. Social scientists argue that racial differences in diseases are not due to genetics or skin color, but due to social disparities and inequities. Well, let's look at one example. A study shows that black and Latino ex people with heart disease. We're less likely to be admitted. Admitted to the hospitals heart service than white people. Some doctors argue that those differences aren't really racially biased. Because doctors used a computerized flow chart to calculate a person's risk of death from heart disease, and so they did well. There are dozens of these flow charts for all sorts of medical conditions. Many share a common problem. Let's look at the one used to predict risk of dying of heart disease. You'll see that the practice guideline directs more intensive resources to white people then to black people the way the American Heart Association's guideline does this is by putting together a number of risk factors for heart disease, history of diabetes, hypertension, family, history, and the like. Each risk is associated with a point. When it comes to race. If someone is not black, they get three additional risk. points sounds like AAC. Good thing right? Blacks have lower risk. Right will what happens is the black person get a lower risk or so? They are less likely to be admitted to the hospitals, heart service, and less likely to get all the heart care they need why those three extra points well. Nobody really knows and this isn't the only example by far. There are guidelines for heart surgery. Dialysis, organ, transplants, vaginal births, lung, disease, and cancer treatments when any of these specific. Followed seems that doctors are directed away from providing people of color with the route to more aggressive care, so is the risk really skin color. What do we do with the risk factor for someone with one parent who is white and one is black. We know that people of Color have different health outcomes than whites and Asians, and for public health reasons it is important to keep track of data by race and ethnicity and other social parameters. Why well just look at the rates of Covid in different communities? Communities. We need to know this the difference though isn't about skin, color or race. It's about poverty and housing and education, toxic stress and type of employment. There are very likely examples of diseases that do track to certain subgroups of people, but let's look for the specific gene that causes the disease and not the color of someone's skin. We do need to look at racial disparities, but that's very different than using raised to develop guidelines for doctors to
I Divorced My Spouse, And My Child Divorced Me
"WanNa tell you a story that I. Don't think you're gonNA very well, because well. No I mean you'll, you'll see what I mean. It was just terrifying. I went out to the west coast and visit an old friend of mine who I knew was struggling with a marriage that was failing, and it turns out that they had separated, and that they were sort of trying to adjust the family to this new normal. He had two children a son who's little older than my son and a daughter and. One day, the Sun essentially announced I'm not gonNA. visit you anymore. I'm not. I don't want to have any contact. And it went even further than that he He refused to refer to my friend as his father used to even call him, he called it. and was verbally abusive, and essentially was trying to say in every way that a eight or nine year old kid can say you're dead to me. And I was listening to the story. My friend was just wrecked by it I mean literally he just. I've never seen him so sad and I was terrified because Cheryl. You and I both know this is as parents we get that sometimes kids push away their parents in a way. That's developmentally appropriate whether it's a Tantrum from a three year old or teenagers slamming the door in your face there certain kinds of. Quote Unquote that are appropriate. They're trying to individuals. Push their parents away. There's FI. But, this was something altogether. This was that the red fear that lives inside a parent that you will have. That door slammed on you for good by a child. That bond that we take for granted, it's such a deep strong von. It seems like not even up for grabs, but it's terrifying to imagine that it could be, and it turns out that this is. Again something that is not widely discussed, but there is a kind of technical academic term parental alienation, which is the situation. Where not only is there a divorce or marriage that comes apart, but in the process of that one parent is either actively or passively manipulating a child or children to push the other parent out of their lives. We're really going to dig into this today and we're gonNA. Do a little different or every two letters back to back, and then we're going to discuss some together, because really they're both asking the same question and we're going to talk to a national. Somebody, who's done a lottery search and work on this issue? Why don't you read the first letter state right? Let's do it. Do, sugars, a middle aged father of one teenage girl. Within the last year I ended my twenty year marriage after slowly coming to the realization, it was a codependent relationship. It had been unhappy Union for the last decade, and in the last few years at a turned emotionally abusive. I knew it needed to end as far back as ten years ago, but as so many do I hung on. I'd like to say I did it solely for the benefit of my daughter who was young at the time, but if I'm being honest, I stayed because the price of leaving seemed to deer. When a serious health scares shook me to my core I knew I could no longer go on as you once pointed out in an earlier podcast. I had to save myself. I ended my marriage, but in so doing I paid a terrible price worse than I'd imagined all those years ago. Sugars. It has been nearly half a year since I've heard from my teenage daughter. She's angry and blames me entirely for the discord between her mother and me, she has outright. I resolved early on that it is wrong for a parent, either of us to involve our child and the terrible game of. He said she said. I kept my side of the story to myself. My daughter has blocked me from all communications. Since leaving her mother emails remain unanswered I cannot call. She's blocked me from her phone I love my daughter. Dearly I'm trying to give her the space she needs, but the silence kills me slowly day by day. Sugars. How do I recover from this? How do I move past the immense guilt bear for staying longer than I should have in a marriage that turned so sour and vicious. How do I repair relationship with the daughter who refuses to even talk to me? I played an equal part in a failed marriage, but I was a good and loving father, and yet I'm left with. Nothing signed broken dad. Wow, that is a sad hard letter. Can you imagine. Your. Kids not speaking to you. I'm devastated when they won't talk to me for thirty seconds, I'm devastated when they slam. Joe's just gone to the age where she will close her door and it's clear that I'm not allowed into the room and that levels me. I mean it's every parent's nightmare.
Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
Sheryl Sandberg Interview
"Tonight on next chapter I'm in silicon. Valley for a power lunch with facebook's co-pilot. We discuss her famous boss, the myth of having it all, and how in the world? She juggles the demand of one billion facebook, users. Don't tell me that Donna Karen. Donna care. That really. Got Him so glad that would be an honor. To. Have you hear. So excited to be here. The Fleas Street cafe is a Silicon Valley Institution. This is where Cheryl and Mark Zuckerberg. I met to discuss the possibility of her joining facebook. Their partnership is now one of the most well known in business history. These are unbelievable. That's how you that's how you get me. Start with the biscuits, so you can't have a biscuit when it's torn now. You have to do that, so we're here at the flea. Street cafe. Welcome nice to have you in California again your neighborhood, my neighborhood I live around the corner. And you came here for your very first meeting, or shall we call it date way Mark Zuckerberg it was, and it did. It was date like in the sense that you're nervous. Yes, it's a dinner. You're getting to know each other, but we had our dinner I very i. only dinner we ever. Weren't were in public together until we announced I was coming to facebook, obviously went, will well yes well. We actually stayed so late. The restaurant was kind of closing down. We wanted to keep talking. That's a good one ten o'clock at night way past my bedtime, but he clearly wanted to keep talking and he was mark Zuckerberg so I said well. It's WANNA come over, so we came over and around midnight I had to say like time to go time to go. My kids are getting up at five hours, so we're GONNA have to. Was the process like like dating? Though was it like a court courtship trying to figure out whether work, or did you know after that first meeting that it's on? I knew after that first meaning how warm he was, and how nice he was, and how much he cared about facebook, but it was definitely a process of getting to know each other when you first started the job. Will you staying up late at night? Worrying about the pressures that you earned, did it keep you up at night? Yeah, yeah, it did and the pressures I was under to make facebook what it needed to be wooden mark and I get along. Would we have the relationship? We'd need to have very unique relationship where he runs the company I run part of the company working for him. We really need to trust each other. You know he was fifteen years younger than I was. When I was interviewing with him one night, we were supposed to talk and it was like. Nine o'clock at night, and he called, and he said well I'll just call you later and I said well. Let me go to sleep in about thirty minutes, so if you know if you're still at your dinner, we'll talk tomorrow. He calls the next day. It's like. Are you okay like yeah? I'm fine. He's had sick. So number wasn't sick. You said you went to bed at nine thirty. and. I said I wasn't. You know what I do. I go to bed at nine thirty and so I definitely had this fear. That I was going to be too old. Not Understand what he was doing enough, and it was scary at first at first I so you have now written what I have to say. The modern manifesto for women in the workplace, and you call it lean in because. They gotTA lean in. We gotTA leaning. We gotta we courage girls, and you've done this in your own life. Look what you've done with your school. We've got to encourage girls to lead so women have made tons of progress. You look at the opportunities. My mother had my grandmother had. But, we have a really small percentage of the top jobs in any industry in any nation in the world. There are very few Oprah Winfrey's. There are very women who will the kind of influence and have the kind of opportunities you have. Sheryl's new book is a must read for women and men. It's a smart, honest, deeply personal exploration of Cheryl's mission. She wants women to pull their chair up to the table. It starts with a healthy dose of reality. You've said there's no such thing as work life balance. Why? Why is there no work life balance? I think all of these phrases people throw it. Women are so harmful. Having I've I having. You all the time. Heidi you it oh. Yeah, yeah! The worst, no matter how much we all have, and how grateful we are for what we have, no one has it all because we all make trade offs every single day every single minute work life balance. No one ever asks. Have having it all for second because I love it because I don't think you can, you can have it all I feel like I do, but you can't have it all at the same time. That's right and what's happened. If you compare like my generation to my mother's generation, my mother says this all the time and her generation work nine to five Monday to Friday forty hours. No one expected anything else. and. Parenting was actually much more constrained. What's happened now? We are all connected? My indices part of the problem, right? We are connected all the time. We expect our workers, our our colleagues at work to be able and the amount of time mothers spend one on one in that direct child thing with their kids. It's totally changed. My Mother didn't organize play dates. We wrote our bikes. Dates she wasn't with me, you know. My Mother didn't sit there with all my homework. She helped me when I asked. Checked in every so often work has changed and made it more intense and parenting has changed and become more intense and I'm not judging those things they might be bad. They might be good. They make it harder and harder for working women and almost all women in this country. Are, working women and almost all kids are being raised by two or one parent who is in the workforce. Absolutely, How do you get women past the guilty space? I don't have the answer to that. Did you get past it? I am not passed or not passed to try and get past it and I know I want to be passed. I still feel guilty. I taught my kids off in the morning. And they get out of the car. And I see the other mothers were staying all day because they're volunteering and the heart Pang Wo-. Would my kids be better off if I were staying? My husband, Dave. He thinks were heroes. no-one no-one does as much as we do. No one has jobs like ours against home in the way we do, we're fantastic.
For The Defense with Attorney Brad Koffel
The impact of COVID-19 on education
"Do but in most parts America Susan children have been out of school since the middle of March and in person learning has been canceled and now the way of a summer camp closures rippling across the country there's a raging debate over whether schools will what type of position will be in the fall talk about K. through twelve but also we have college kids and their parents have spent tens of thousands of dollars for their their kids to live and learn on campus and they're starting to reach a conclusion that this isn't what they paid for a distance learning and the value proposition of online of all of higher education let's talk about K. through twelve Susan what do you guys but what what we what we need to know here going into this if you're advising superintendent or school board or even the governor the whole world and the Ohio statute three three one three point four eight that provides for free education and that what that statute states Brad is that all the board of education in each city shall provide for the free education of uniforms yes correct and that's cool that are supposed to be open for so many hours basically for little ones in kindergarten is four hundred sixty five days up to you that over a thousand dollars once you get into high school now the districts are going to argue that opened for education is the same as distance learning in this time of coke at nineteen what that sounds great in reality but what does it look like in practice in the homes across the street all across this state and across the country and I'm here to tell you as an education where is that this is going to be creating issues for our children they're gonna last far beyond because of that all right Christina won't even talk about what it's like for your little kids in your house sure fortunately I am in a situation I have two young children and they're they're both very motivated and self directed but none the last especially for little ones the bottom line is doing distance learning at home with you know a parent working it's just not the same as being in school and I think you couple the changes in learning where Robert motional you know fallout from the closure of schools kids missing their friends parents perhaps being laid off and you know experiencing financial struggle the bottom line is learning at home distance learning is not the same as the whole emotional social education experience that children have when they're in the school building you are listening to attorneys Susan stone and Christina simpler even based education law education lawyers title nine civil rights and they are wonderful advocates for their clients let's talk about Susan you brought up to me on the phone yesterday when we spoke special education services talked a couple minutes about that this is an interesting sure so the federal government has a statue called ID eighty individuals with disabilities Education Act and in that act basically all states are required to deliver to students a free appropriate public education to students with disabilities in that you're supposed to receive if your student with disabilities and eject individualized education plan that gives special education and related speech therapy occupational therapy social skills therapy now the problem of education is basically saying under Betsy device school do your back but in practical terms what does that mean for students with disabilities if your artistic and you require socialization that cannot be done and all practical purposes when you're sitting at home they're saying for blind students it's okay you can pick up the phone to get the education you know through the telephone it's a disaster what about his Susan what about ADD ADHD that seems to be the number one diagnosis that I see in my practice with the was with five before I eat peas syndrome alcohol doubt toxics to last and pakcik stroke before because the way the brain reacts to any type of stress much like PTSD on the phone you want mmhm they're now willing to distract the correct word and if your ADHD and you're trying to learn and sit there and focus through the lens of a complaint they're saying the stress level is reaching the proportions that we have never seen and it is actually worse giving them this distance learning that no weapons at all because the anxiety the stress levels are just reaching all time high and they're saying that the students are not absorbing any of the curriculum or very little of the curriculum it's almost impossible for a student with a beagle and all sitting in the chair focusing on the screen and I would say the reality of how many of us have homes where there's a spotter location free of distraction where students particularly little ones can sit down and try to get back into school work I mean we're just we're surrounded by distractions day in and day out I stopped barking yeah the blues on different schedules Herrnstein contributors all oh my gosh even watched every single a fraction in fact myself having you know done some laundry and unloaded dishwasher to along the way well I'm you know trying to work and take care of the kids and everything else yeah and now that a lot of parents are going back to work and if we're going to have kids let's say one of concepts is that fifty percent of the school populations going on these days the other fifty percent going on these these days by default you're going to have a large chunk of home home schooling home learning and if the parents are going if it's a one parent household or two parent household and they're back at work who steps in to take care of those kids a lot of times grandkids are grandparents well we're trying to protect well do you have a groom who is above the age of sixty five or so coming to a home where people are going in and out of their work places yeah that's not a good idea a good