Parenting and Childcare Styles around the World + ParentSpeak

Interviews with Alma Gottlieb, co-author of “A World of Babies,” about differing childcare styles in eight non-US societies; and with Jennifer Lehr, author of “ParentSpeak,” about what’s wrong with how we talk to our children—and what to say instead.

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Navigating the Road of Infertility + Improving Communication with Your Preschooler

Interviews with Chrissie Lee Kahan and Aaron Michael Kahan, coauthors of “Navigating the Road of Infertility,” about their struggle to start a family; and with Julie King, co-author of “How to Talk so Little Kids Will Listen,” about strategies and stories that will help you improve communication with your preschooler.

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A Guide to Dating and Sex for Teen Boys + Digital Mystique

Interviews with Andrew Smiler, author of Dating and Sex, about everything teen boys need to know about dating and sex; and Sarah Granger, author of The Digital Mystique, about how the culture of connectivity can empower your life—online and off.

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How Our Biggest Setbacks Can Lead to Our Greatest Gains

Interview with Sam Weinman, author of Win at Losing, about how our biggest setbacks can lead to our greatest gains–and what we lose from winning.

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Dads, Kids, and Fitness + How to Win at Losing

Interviews with William Marsiglio, author of Dads, Kids, & Fitness, about dads’ role as health role models; and Sam Weinman, author of Win at Losing, about how our biggest setbacks can lead to our greatest gains–and what we lose from winning.

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Division of Labor for Working Couples + What Are Indigo Children

Interviews with Sharon Meers, coathor of “Getting to 50/50,” about why two careers are better than one and how working parents can have it all; and Dawn Healy, author of “Energetic Keys to Indigo Children,” on recognizing “indigo” children, who tend to be highly sensitive, hyperactive, creative, but defiant.

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