Johns Hopkins physician & health researcher Dr. Marty Makary joins Dr. Meg to discuss the pressing issue of Covid vaccination amongst America’s youth. Their professional perspectives, backed by years of research & experience, will help parents make an educated choice that’s best for their children.
Personal finance expert Dave Ramsey joins Dr. Meg to discuss his new book, Baby Steps Millionaires, as well as the importance of teaching kids good money habits. This episode covers topics such as money & identity, materialism, spending/saving, and teaching kids to make wise purchase decisions.
The pain of being estranged from an adult child runs deep. While the process of reconciliation is simple, walking it out may be one of the hardest things a parent will ever do. Providing hope for the weary parent, Dr. Meg discusses four essential keys needed to begin the process of reconciliation.
Holiday stress, family differences, conversations to steer clear of, avoiding/responding to offense - Dr. Meg shares how to deal with the people and situations that hit a nerve in you. Learn to anticipate problems and prepare in advance to deal with any conflicts that may arise this holiday season.
Lack of sleep is one of the biggest factors keeping parents from parenting well. If we could parent from a rested state, we would parent so much better than we do from a place of fatigue. Join Dr. Meeker as she shares how you can train your baby to sleep through the night in 7 days or less!
Health Journalist & “Food Issues” podcast host Julie Revelant joins Dr. Meg in discussing picky eaters, childhood obesity & other issues parents encounter when it comes to kids & food. Be armed with proven tips on how you can train your child to become a wiser, healthier eater!
Discover the 5 stages of puberty so you can anticipate (and answer) questions your child may have about their changing body. This candid message from “America’s Mom” will help empower you to confidently share with your kids about puberty, and the normal body changes they can expect to experience.
Sex trafficking is a difficult topic to talk about, yet it is vitally important to be aware of trafficking dangers all around, especially on social media, and to know the most common methods being used to lure kids in. Learn how you can help guard your kids against online sex trafficking recruiters.
This is the extraordinary story of Peter Mutabazi, a surviving street kid turned entrepreneur/founder of Now I Am Known, a grassroots coalition focused on adoption & foster care. Every parent will benefit from this conversation by learning to show their children that they are valued, loved and seen.
In this frank and honest discussion, Dr. Meg doesn’t beat around the bush when it comes to talking about sex with your kids. Dr. Meg will equip and encourage parents to raise their children above the toxicity and sexualization of the culture, which will profoundly impact decades of their lives.
One of Dr. Meg’s favorite things is to answer questions from you, the listener. This is a special episode of the “Parenting Great Kids” podcast as Dr. Meg devotes the entire episode to doing just that, helping you make sense of roadblocks we all encounter as parents.
Young adults have become more familiar with isolation, loneliness and depression during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Meg talks with Dr. Claire Nicogossian in this episode, who gives both practical advice, and signs to look for, to help your young adult(s) deal with pandemic stress.
The isolation and limits of the COVID-19 pandemic have caused issues with the head/heart connection in even the strongest of kids. Drs. David and Donna Lane join Dr. Meg in offering helpful insight into mental health strategies for this COVID-19 generation.
Girls are dealing with issues today that previous generations never had to. As a parent, what can you do to help your daughter handle these issues in a healthy way? Join Dr Meg in a conversation with Sissy Goff, Director of Child/Adolescent Counseling, Daystar Counseling Ministries/Nashville TN.
The stress and pressure of raising kids can make you question whether you are messing your kids up or setting them up for success when they leave the nest. Do you constantly worry if your kids' future is going to be everything it should be for them? If you can relate, this episode is for you.