In this episode, meet Dr. Daniel Siegel and Dr. Tina Payne Bryson, co-authors of The Power of Showing Up, Beth Newell and Jackie Ann Ruiz, co-authors of There’s No Manual, and Dr. Cara Natterson, author of Decoding Boys. Read more
Audiobook narrator—and mom— Allyson Ryan joins us on the PRH Audio blog to tell us about her latest project, and why it was such a gift! Read more
“I had been working in the single-mom space through my blog and podcast, and speaking and media engagements, for more than five years. I was raised by a single mom, I became a single mom, and I had a lot of initial shame around being a single mom. And, you know what? It happens to suit me really well. And I found myself relaxing into this time that Iâ€™m in and finding all these womenâ€”thereâ€™s ten million single moms in our country, millions worldwide, and these women have nothing to be ashamed about. Iâ€™m meeting incredible women every day that are doing incredible thingsâ€”in business, in their communities, with their familiesâ€”and I wanted to reach out to them. And I wanted to inspire the women that arenâ€™t quite there yet.”
Learn more aboutÂ The Kickass Single Mom.Â
“My book is about adolescentsâ€”how they age, how they grow, and how they make decisions. Why do they do what seem like the most insane things at times? I wrote my book because Iâ€™ve always been really interested in the teenage years, and not only teens, but adolescence, that period of time from about 10,11,12 until about 25, 26,27, when we actually start to not only become, but act, like adults. Those years so many things change and we all remember those years in in our own lives so acutely, so intensely, just like it was yesterday. Well, it turns out there are a bunch of reasons why that is the case and we set a path for ourselves during those years that really forecasts our futureâ€¦so much inevitably changes and predicts who we will become and how we will get there. And that is something that has fascinated me my entire life.”
Learn more about Born to Be Wild.
Did you know that 85% of what we learn, we learn by listening*? And that 45% of our day, on average, is spent listening*? That is how important audio is, so why not include audiobooks in your childrenâ€™s daily routine? Audiobooks are a great way to enjoy a family road trip, listen to required reading for school, or both!