The Empowered Parent Podcast
Compromises S07 - E16

Compromises S07 - E16

November 25, 2020

In another episode of "Give Me an Example!" Ryan, Kayla, and Chris talk about compromises. Compromises, as opposed to bribes, can be such a powerful tool in our homes. It can be a difficult and confusing tool to employ. When used correctly parents can empower their kids and help to give them a voice. 

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

Engineered and Produced by Dallas Stacy

Let’s Hear From The Dads (Part 2) - S07 E15

Let’s Hear From The Dads (Part 2) - S07 E15

November 17, 2020

For part two of Let's Hear From The Dads, Ryan and Chris dig deeper into moments that impacted them at the start of their connected parenting journey, and how it compares to where they are now. They also discuss how moms can encourage dads and help foster healthy relationships throughout the home. 

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

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Let’s Hear From The Dads (Part 1) - S07 E14

Let’s Hear From The Dads (Part 1) - S07 E14

November 10, 2020

After intently discussing how kids can create funny names for grandparents, Chris turns hosting duties over to Kayla for this episode. When it comes to connected parenting, at times the dads may be a bit hesitant. Chris and Ryan share about their early days of being introduced to connected parenting concepts and why it impacted them so much. 

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

Engineered and Produced by Dallas Stacy

Trauma And Its Impact S07- E13

Trauma And Its Impact S07- E13

October 29, 2020

Trauma can have an impact on parents and their children in ways we may not be aware of or expect. Fear can manifest itself in children as something innocent or seemingly harmless. Kayla, Ryan, and Chris talk about how trauma can impact children and how parents can show compassion and care to help love children through it. 

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

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Caregiver Burnout - S07 E12

Caregiver Burnout - S07 E12

October 18, 2020

Many of us are growing weary of video calls and spending so much time at home in 2020. Making time for yourself and maintaining a community is even more important now than ever. Kayla, Ryan, and Chris talk about the importance of self care and ways to avoid burnout. 

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

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Looking Back, Looking Forward - S07 E11

Looking Back, Looking Forward - S07 E11

October 7, 2020

Kayla, Ryan, and Chris look back to the beginnings of the podcast and the journey it has taken each one of them on. From the initial idea to the future of the podcast, they share some of their favorite moments and why this is so important to them.

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

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The 100th Empowered Parent Episode! - S07 E10

The 100th Empowered Parent Episode! - S07 E10

September 22, 2020

This is the 100th episode of the Empowered Parent Podcast and Dallas put together a special episode for you to enjoy. The first part is some bloopers to give you a look behind the curtain. The rest of the episode includes clips from the following episodes:

  • Play! (S06 E01)
  • Jillanna Goble (S07 E05)
  • Trauma and the Brain (S04 E10)
  • The Importance of Connection (S02 E01)
  • Better Together (S06 E03)

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

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Advocate + Speaker + Author: Jillana Goble (Part 3) - S07 E09

Advocate + Speaker + Author: Jillana Goble (Part 3) - S07 E09

September 8, 2020

Chris, Kayla, and Ryan are joined one again by Jillana Goble to talk about her experiences as a foster and adoptive mom, how she came to write her book, No Sugar Coating: The Coffee Talk You Need About Foster Parenting, and her work with Embrace Oregon. The latter is an Every Child Oregon initiative, which seeks to help foster children and foster families in the state of Oregon through partnering with their Department of Human Services Child Welfare.

Jillana's book is a must-read for anyone thinking about fostering children, for those who do not plan to foster but wish to support those who do, and for foster parents who, in the face of what may seem overwhelming issues, may need reminders of why they started this journey in the first place.

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One Big Happy Home

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

Engineered and Produced by Dallas Stacy

Routines, Rhythms, and Rituals - S07 E08

Routines, Rhythms, and Rituals - S07 E08

September 1, 2020

It's 2020 and school is back in session in one form and another. Chris, Kayla, and Ryan discuss why routines, rhythms, and rituals are important components of family life and how they can help you keep things on track and moving forward.

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One Big Happy Home

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Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

Engineered and Produced by Dallas Stacy

Advocate + Speaker + Author: Jillana Goble (Part 2) - S07 E07

Advocate + Speaker + Author: Jillana Goble (Part 2) - S07 E07

August 25, 2020

Chris, Kayla, and Ryan are joined one again by Jillana Goble to talk about her experiences as a foster and adoptive mom, how she came to write her book, No Sugar Coating: The Coffee Talk You Need About Foster Parenting and her work with Embrace Oregon. The latter is an Every Child Oregon initiative, which seeks to help foster children and foster families in the state of Oregon through partnering with their Department of Human Services Child Welfare.

Jillana's book is a must-read for anyone thinking about fostering children, for those who do not plan to foster but wish to support those who do, and for foster parents who, in the face of what may seem overwhelming issues, may need reminders of why they started this journey in the first place.

Mentioned in this episode

One Big Happy Home

Web | Facebook Twitter | Instagram | Email | Trauma School | Patreon

Music: "Home" by Moses Uvere

Engineered and Produced by Dallas Stacy

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