Learn how to save your marriage and improve your relationship. Stop your divorce and restore a loving relationship. Join Dr. Lee H. Baucom for this impactful podcast that can save your marriage.
By Lee H. Baucom, Ph.D.
I am a husband, a father, a son, a brother, and a friend. I am Kenny.<br> I am like most of you. I have a lot of awesome people in my life that are important to me who have valuable things to say about various things. Everyone is an expert at something, so listen in as I talk to people I know about the things that matter to them and maybe make some new friends along the way.
By Chew it with Pruett
Podcasts from the National Center for Learning Disabilities aim to inform listeners about the basics of LD and provide tips to parents whose children have LD—including dyslexia, dysgraphia, and processing disorders. They also feature exclusive interviews with Washington insiders about special education law and discussions on learning disabilities (LD) and AD/HD. Learn more at LD.org or at Facebook.com/LDorg.
By National Center for Learning Disabilities
Sex For Smart People (That Means You!) is a new podcast by us (Stephanie and Dave!). We think that authenticity and communication are the sexiest. We were partners (like sexy partners!) for six years. While we were partners — and also now that we are not — we created our own vocabulary around our connection, in such a way that inspires friends and friends of friends and people we don’t even know come to us all the time for relationship and sex advice. OK, so, we think that advice is sort of silly, since what the hell does any human really know about what’s good for another human anyway? But we are both fiercely dedicated to the expanding conversation around love and sex and families in America, and adding noise to the throng of folks who celebrate the idea that we are allowed to think about alternatives (sexy alternatives!). So we’ve decided that it’s about goddamn time to formalize our ideas and apparent advice-giving skills.
By Sex For Smart People
Speaking with people about the natural world including edible plants as food and medicine, agriculture, sustainability, and green living. Whether your life or job is directly interacting with nature or not, there is something to gain from hearing other people's stories. Some of you may be listening while at the office in a cubicle. Some of you may listen from your smartphone in the field. This podcast is to help us all get a little more connected with the natural world, to open our eyes to some of the opportunities and gifts that have always been on this earth and can't always be purchased in a store. To feel more connected with our planet is my goal. How we respect nature, is how we respect ourselves. We are all individuals, yet we are all one, connected in nature. We are nature.
By Sean Paul Quinn: Happier and Healthier, Living with Nature