In this episode, Dr. Peck shares about her book and how to navigate through life's toughest issues. As a pediatric nurse practitioner in primary care, over the last 20 years Dr. Jessica Peck has engaged, encouraged, equipped, and empowered families to raise holistically healthy kids.
A parent's critical/self-sabotaging mindset can be passed down to their children. Best-selling author Jon Acuff shares how choosing to think and speak positively about ourselves (and teaching our teens to do the same), can literally change the trajectory of our lives.
Is there a way for teens & young people to date & bring glory to God? Many voices are eager to chime in on this conversation, yet it often feels overwhelming with no clear answers—until now. Joining Dr. Meg are husband/wife duo Tovares & Safa Grey, as they discuss their new book, "Godly Dating 101."
If your teen is abusing substances, what should you do? What are the best steps to take? Dr. Meg talks with mental health & substance abuse counselor Richard Capriola, who gives clear insight & direction to parents who may be confronting this issue. Learn which warning signs to watch out for!
Adolescents today experience anxiety & depression in ways that past generations rarely did. Join guest Erica Komisar LCSW, as she shares timely & insightful information for parents from her newest book, “Chicken Little, The Sky Isn’t Falling: Raising Resilient Adolescents in the New Age of Anxiety”.
After losing his son, Jason Reid went on a mission to understand teen suicide. Seeking to uncover the warning signs that were missed, he found ways to reverse the isolation & disconnectedness killing our youth. Jason feels we have the ability to end teen suicide by 2030 & answers the question, How?
Women often struggle to find work/life balance. What is work/life balance? Is it a 50/50 split? How do mothers today juggle all that is required of them? Join Christy Wright, author of “Take Back Your Time: The Guilt-Free Guide to Life Balance" as she shares a new approach to creating life balance.
If a child doesn't have the language to express what they are worried about, it can manifest in negative behavior such as disobedience, anger, fear. Dr. Josh Straub explains how a parent's focus should be on dealing with the emotion their child is experiencing, not just the behavior being exhibited.
Join this heart to heart conversation between Dr. Meg & Ashley LeMieux, a mother who tragically lost three children – two to a contested adoption, and one just 16 weeks into her pregnancy. Rising from the ashes of pain and loss, Ashley shares her journey out of fear into healing and transformation.
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.
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.
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.