Channel Sponsor

You Are here:

Home >>> Parents Radio
Parents Channel

Home to School
A Look at the Causes and Consequences of Sibling Aggression 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Corinna Jenkins Tucker, Dr. Larry Curry, Patrick Larkin 

    

pic

To some, sibling rivalries is a normal, typical aspect of the family dynamic, but our guests assert that sibling aggression is a bigger problem than many parents realize. Moreover the impact of sibling aggression can extend beyond the family.  

 

 Follow: @patrickmlarkin 

@bamradionetwork

play button talk

 

Trend Watch
Understanding Dating Violence Among Teens 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Emily Rothman, Annie Fox, M.Ed., Ugo Uche

 

   

pic

Dating violence is a bigger problem than many parents realize. Perhaps most surprising is the list of behaviors that qualify as dating violence. Some are psychological assaults that are so subtle that your teen could be a victim and not know it. Learn more...

 

 Follow: @annie_fox

@bamradionetwork

play button talk

 

Trend Watch
The  Impact of the Teen Obsession with Body Image 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Louise Wasylkiw, Dr. Jann Gumbiner
    

pic

The accepted ideal of an attractive appearance can have a profound impact on a teen's self image, physical well being, and mental health. What can parents do to help their teens develop positive body image no matter how they look? 

 Follow: 
@janngumbiner

@bamradionetwork

play button talk

 

Trend Watch
Work Ethic: The Values  Millennials Are Bringing Into the Work Force 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Jean M. Twenge, Heather Wolpert-Gawron, Susan M. Heim

 

   

pic

Are the values and work ethic of the generation entering the workplace significantly different from past generations? If so, what are the implications? What do parents need to know?

 

 Follow: 
@tweenteacher, @ParentingAuthor,
@bamradionetwork

play button talk

 

Trend Watch 
Are Teens Losing the Ability to Read People? 
Dr. Regina Lamourelle with Wendy L. Patrick, Dr. Jann Gumbiner

    

pic

In this segment our guests explore whether tech-distracted teens are losing the ability to read people and perceive dangers in their environment.

 Follow: @janngumbiner

  @bamradionetwork

play button talk

 
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next > End >>

Page 4 of 36

Parents Zone

Big Changes Coming - Follow Them!

FacebookTwitterItunes

I Heard It On BAM Radio!

Duncan"There are no jobs out there today for high school drop outs. There are almost no jobs if you just have a high school diploma. Some form of higher education has to be the goal of every single child in this country."

Arne Duncan  U.S.Secretary of Education


@Bamradionetwork on Twitter

Polls

Who are you?
 

Inside the Mind of Teens RSS Feed

Subscribe to Inside the Mind of Teens  RSS Feed

Syndication

feed-image Feed Entries

Save Time, Stay Sharp, Know First

Are you deeply engaged in education, but really busy? Sign up for BAM Quick Scan to just follow the highlights and featured shows.