Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women)
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We found 8 episodes of Girlfriends (A Podcast for Catholic Women) with the tag “catholic parents”.
Is Homeschooling Right for You?
August 18th, 2020 | 42 mins 53 secs
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Are you freaking out about the school year? What will it look like? How will you manage? How can you possibly make it work? With masks and social distance at school? With homeschooling for real for the first time? With managing your kids’ remote learning while also working and running your household? With … you fill in the blank with your own anxiety-producing scenario?
How to Manage Social Media for Teens
September 24th, 2019 | 48 mins 41 secs
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This is a scary topic for many parents—how can we manage our teens on social media? I am here to offer some help and encouragement, first of all that you can be of help to your kids with regard to social media, and second of all, it is your right and your responsibility to do so as their parents.
How to Cope with Hard Change
August 20th, 2019 | 43 mins 42 secs
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This week we are talking about seasons of change in motherhood, and how we can best cope with them. Whether you are sending a child off to college or to kindergarten, moving into a new neighborhood or starting a new job, change can be a challenging thing to cope with.
Taking on the World with Olivia Colombo
July 23rd, 2019 | 43 mins 3 secs
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I can’t wait for you to meet Olivia Colombo! She is going to encourage you! Olivia is a young adult podcaster, speaker, and activist who is making changes and encouraging others with her positive energy in the Church and in her community. She and I chat about young adults in the Church, being a pro-life witness on college campuses, and the importance of striving for holiness, no matter what your age or stage of life. I also answer listeners’ feedback about handling failure and how to deal with anxiety over our children’s health.
How to Make Schooling Choices for Your Kids
July 9th, 2019 | 45 mins 12 secs
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Should you homeschool, or send your kids to public school, private school, online school, charter school, or some combination of these things? These are hard decisions we have to make as parents, and at the end of this school year is an opportune time to think about how you will educate your children in the coming year. Listener Carol recently asked if I would share the reasons why we chose to homeschool our kids, and I share those thoughts at the beginning of this episode.
Meet the Man Behind Girlfriends
May 7th, 2019 | 1 hr 22 secs
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This is the show you’ve been waiting for! This week, my husband Dan joins me on the show for an original interview—the first male guest we’ve ever had on Girlfriends. Dan takes readers’ questions from Instagram, discussing pregnant women, complementarity between the sexes, and even foul language. And then Dan tackles the same topic we discussed last week from my point of view—discipline. Dan shares some of his ideas about the importance of setting and enforcing rules as parents, but also talks about establishing a “family culture” that will form your kids and serve them well, even when they leave home.
Principles for Effective Discipline
April 30th, 2019 | 42 mins 50 secs
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In anticipation of next week’s show, when my husband Dan will be coming on to share about discipline, I thought this week I would share my own perspective on effective discipline. Here are four ideas I have to share – let’s see how Dan’s list compares next week when he comes on!
Teaching Kids About Tough Moral Issues (with Leila Miller)
February 19th, 2019 | 40 mins 21 secs
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This week my guest is Leila Miller, author of Made This Way: How to Prepare Kids To Face Today’s Tough Moral Issues. Leila is a wife, mom, grandma, and author who has been combating evil in the culture for decades. We chat about how to talk to your kids about hard-hitting Catholic issues like abortion, same-sex marriage, pornography, and transgenderism, and the reality of children encountering these topics.