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Rad Parenting

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Rank #80 in Kids & Family category

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She’s an expert. He’s not. But they're both parents. Together, they help you navigate the willful waters of parenting. Hosted by author/self-esteem expert Anea Bogue, M.A., B. Ed, and comedian/record label owner Joe Sib, Rad Parenting is your go-to podcast to answer all of the difficult questions that come along with raising kids.

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She’s an expert. He’s not. But they're both parents. Together, they help you navigate the willful waters of parenting. Hosted by author/self-esteem expert Anea Bogue, M.A., B. Ed, and comedian/record label owner Joe Sib, Rad Parenting is your go-to podcast to answer all of the difficult questions that come along with raising kids.

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283 Ratings
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Why the long break??

By ashleyward00 - Feb 21 2019
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This is my favorite parenting podcast! I miss you guys!! 😫

Love it!

By nannymom2 - Apr 25 2018
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I look forward to a new episode each week! Very honest and informative!!

iTunes Ratings

283 Ratings
Average Ratings
236
23
10
3
11

Why the long break??

By ashleyward00 - Feb 21 2019
Read more
This is my favorite parenting podcast! I miss you guys!! 😫

Love it!

By nannymom2 - Apr 25 2018
Read more
I look forward to a new episode each week! Very honest and informative!!
Cover image of Rad Parenting

Rad Parenting

Updated 10 days ago

Rank #80 in Kids & Family category

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She’s an expert. He’s not. But they're both parents. Together, they help you navigate the willful waters of parenting. Hosted by author/self-esteem expert Anea Bogue, M.A., B. Ed, and comedian/record label owner Joe Sib, Rad Parenting is your go-to podcast to answer all of the difficult questions that come along with raising kids.

Rank #1: Tools For Toddler Tantrums

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Among the biggest challenges we face with toddlers is the dreaded tantrum. Why do tantrums happen and what can we do when they happen? Joe and Anea offer tips you can use that will help you in the moment and can actually give your kids tools for life.

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Feb 04 2018
27 mins
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Rank #2: Spoiled Today, Spoiled For Life

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Have you set a pattern of constantly giving your kids everything they ask for? Are you always at their beck and call? As it turns out, research tells us that we are limiting our kids' healthy development when we make them dependent on our constant attention AND giving them too much stuff. Take a listen as Joe and Anea discuss how to give our kids what they need rather than everything they want and help them become healthy, whole humans in the process.

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May 22 2017
33 mins
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Rank #3: Parenting Shortcuts with Benefits

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 Sometimes as parents we need shortcuts to get all the things done in a busy day. Some of us feel guilty taking shortcuts because we think they might short-change our children. Turns out some of the best parenting shortcuts can save time and come with big benefits for you and your kids.

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Oct 28 2018
32 mins
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Rank #4: Daddy's Princess

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Joe Sib and Ana Talk about parenting and it's awesome

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Dec 15 2015
22 mins
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Rank #5: Guiding Vs. Programming

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 It may seem easiest to just plug our kids into our own values and ways of moving through the world. But if we want our kids to be able to make good choices in our absence and to develop into the truest and fullest version of themselves, it is essential that we avoid the "because I said so" approach (programming) and instead encourage their ability to ask questions and understand why they "should" do anything.

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Feb 25 2018
38 mins
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Rank #6: Are we gaslighting our children?

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While many of us have heard of gaslighting when it comes to adult relationships, it is possible to also engage in gaslighting as a parent with our children. Don't know what gaslighting is? Not sure if you're gaslighting your child? Tune in and find out.

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Oct 15 2017
33 mins
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Rank #7: 9 Parenting Topics to Discuss BEFORE or AFTER You Have a Baby

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Thinking about having a baby? Already have a couple and navigating the obstacles of parenthood? Join Joe and Anea as they talk through 9 parenting scenarios some experts are recommending you should discuss before having a baby together. Even if you are well into the journey with your child or children, this one is loaded with important topics of parenting that you don't want to miss.

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Mar 27 2017
56 mins
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Rank #8: How to do right by our kids even after we lose our cool

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As parents, most of us have had a few cringe-worthy moments that we'd love to rewind and erase if we could. What can we do when we lose our cool and say things to or in front of our children that we wish we could take back? How can we ensure that our kids learn from our mistakes, even the ones we make with them? Fear not! There are ways to repair 'ruptures' that can actually be powerful teachable moments around the power of words, exploring our 'triggers' and taking responsibility for our own actions.

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Jul 09 2017
37 mins
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Rank #9: Holy Sh$t! We have a new baby!

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No matter how prepared you think you are, nothing can really fully prepare you for the first night (AND those first few weeks) with your new little human. Joe and Anea share some of their first 'new baby' experiences, including the ones none of the baby books seem to share.

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Apr 24 2017
40 mins
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Rank #10: What is Discipline?

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One of the biggest challenges we face as parents is how to effectively "discipline" our children. If our goal is to engage in conscious parenting, how can we think carefully about the essence of the child-parent relationship in order to meet our goal of raising whole, healthy, conscious humans?

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Apr 22 2018
36 mins
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Rank #11: Mini-Me Syndrome

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Joe and Anea explore what Anea calls 'The first rule of parenting: Check your ego at the door!' With stories of their own hilarious parenting triumphs and foibles (and tons of banter) Joe and Anea discuss the importance of maintaining balance between creating safe guidelines for your child while allowing room for discovery of her/his own likes and dislikes (even when they're radically different than your own!)

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Feb 01 2016
19 mins
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Rank #12: I Can Teach My Child to Sleep Through the Night?!

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Blurb: Joe and Anea welcome Jen Waldburger, co-founder of Sleepy Planet Parenting, to talk about why kids have trouble sleeping through the night and how parents can effectively teach their kids to be good sleepers, as early as 4-5 months of age. 

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Oct 23 2016
42 mins
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Rank #13: Spirituality in Parenting (with Ben Lee)

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Joe and Anea welcome Australian musician and actor, Ben Lee. Tune in to hear them dive deep and explore the rich and layered topic of spirituality and how we can invite and create opportunities for spiritual exploration with our children.

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Aug 22 2016
48 mins
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Rank #14: Episode 85: Sorry Not Sorry

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We often find ourselves commanding our children to 'say sorry' because it seems like the correct and socially acceptable thing to do. But is this really teaching our kids why it's important to say sorry? Are we setting them up to speak words just to end an uncomfortable moment instead of truly taking responsibility?
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Oct 01 2017
29 mins
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Rank #15: My Body, My Rules!

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An important part of keeping our kids connected to and caring for their body is to teach them bodily autonomy as early as possible. What is 'bodily autonomy' you ask? It's the inherent right of every human being to be the boss of their own body. From ensuring that kids are invested in healthy eating, sleeping and general care, to providing tools to set boundaries with their own body and respect those of others, teaching bodily autonomy is a fundamental part of raising whole, healthy humans.

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Sep 10 2017
31 mins
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Rank #16: Episode 75: How much involvement with our kids is too much?

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How much involvement in our children's lives is too much involvement? Joe and Anea explore 'helicopter parenting,' how it can limit our children's development, and ways we can learn to take a step back and give our kids space and opportunity to become the captain of their own ship. For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
Jul 16 2017
28 mins
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Rank #17: Marriage: The Good,The Bad,The Reality

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Many of us have great marriages until we face the challenges of parenting. On this 100th episode Joe and Anea get real (and very transparent) on why it's so important to nurture your relationship or marriage as a core part of being a rad parent.

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Jan 28 2018
49 mins
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Rank #18: To Be Alone or Not to Be...

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Joe and Anea explore the pros and cons of children having alone time and the guidelines we, as parents, can apply to ensure maximum benefit. Doors open or closed? Should children have televisions in their room? How much screen and tech time is too much? A mix of opinions are flying around along with the usual banter in this very practically focused episode.

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Jul 25 2016
27 mins
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Rank #19: Rad Responses for Tough Requests

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Sometimes our inclination as parents is to go for the hard 'No' when our kids make a request that throws off our packed-tight routines. But what if we could put in place a protocol that would encourage our kids to think through what they want, why they want it and how they might deal if the plan goes sideways? Joe and Anea approach this episode as a lab for themselves and for Rad parenting listeners and they want to hear from you.

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Sep 18 2017
27 mins
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Rank #20: Running, Crying and Savoring the Moments

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Ever find yourself lamenting the feeling that time seems to move at warp speed when it comes to your kids? Missing those snuggling toddler moments as you white knuckle your way through adolescence? Joe puts Anea on the spot and asks how she manages to navigate her relationships with her 20 year-old AND 7 year-old daughters and what she's learned along the way about enjoying every age.

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Jul 03 2016
29 mins
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