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My Life…The Adventure it Should Be!

I’ve been working since I was 12, doing theatre professionally and babysitting. I turned 16 my senior year in high school, received my diploma at 2pm and was on the bus to leave for “summer stock” at 4pm. I came home in September, moved out in October and turned 17 in an apartment with my friend […]

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5 Needed Skills Recap with Debi and Elissa

Productive Play Recap 5 Skills Needed Thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play this week where we discussed the five “soft skills” that help foster future professional success in youths aged 15-29. After each “Productive Play” show, we recap the episode here on the Word of Mom Radio Blog and at If Not You, […]

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Holiday Helpful Hints with Debi and Elissa Recap

Productive Play Recap Show # 9 Holiday Help Happy Holidays and thanks to all who tuned in to Productive Play. This week we discussed the importance of enjoying the holiday season and how you can encourage your child to use life skills such as helping and responsibility to take some of the holiday workload! We […]

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That Conversation About Santa from Guest Dr. Jennifer Hanes

The Best Way to Have THAT Conversation About Santa  By Dr. Jennifer Hanes – Behind the Stethoscope – The blog for more than moms It is the Christmas dreaded by parents, and forever remembered by children, the year they are told that Santa is a lie. How could it not shake a person to the […]

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Ingrid Prueher Joins the Word of Mom Radio Network!

Baby Sleep 911, Help! Radio  Join Ingrid Prueher, The Baby Sleep Whisperer on November 20th 2013 for her inaugural weekly show on Word of Mom Radio. Ingrid brings her six plus years of parenting and sleep training experience, along with lactation counseling to Word of Mom Radio in pursuit of helping the millions of sleepless […]

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Going Back to Work from Host Cena Block

Going Back To Work: How ‘SAH’ Moms Find Their Way So many professional women struggle with work life balance and guilt for leaving their kids in daycare while they work, that more than 10 million decide to stay home for awhile. This provides a break from the pressures of their careers and allows them to […]

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Ingrid Prueher on The MOMpreneur Model Show

Thursday, November 14th at 11amPT/2pmET on The MOMpreneur Model Show, I welcome our newest Show Host – Ingrid Prueher – better known as The Baby Sleep Whisperer™ to the Word of Mom Radio Network.  Ingrid will be hosting Baby Sleep 911 Help Wednesday’s at 10amPT/1pmET and we couldn’t be more pleased to welcome her to […]

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Car Ideas From Elissa Sungar of If Not You, Who.org!

Ideas to Keep Kids Happy & Busy in the Car Kids and car rides can lead to chaos or make wonderful family memories.  The challenge of spending time in an enclosed car space with little physical movement can be difficult for even short rides. Any parent can have a panic attack if facing hours in […]

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Create Your Summer Bag – From Elissa Sungar

Yikes… the official first day of summer is days away.  Warmer weather, family barbecues, trips to the pool, soccer games and….your precious kids home all day or in a non-school routine for three months! During these three summer months, more time is often spent in the car as you shuttle between summer camps, daycare, play dates, […]

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Dr. Lynne Kenney Shares on Word of Mom Radio

Family Therapy and More with Dr. Lynne Kenney Lynne Kenney, Psy.D., is a mother of two, a practicing pediatric psychologist at in Scottsdale, AZ, and the author of  The Family Coach Method. She has advanced fellowship training in forensic psychology and developmental pediatric psychology from Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School and Harbor-UCLA/UCLA Medical School. Her […]

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