Raising a Powerful Girl show

Raising a Powerful Girl

Summary: A Podcast for Girls AND their Parents. Join Founder Maria Fuller and some incredible guests on this show which takes a look at issues girls face today such as mental health, executive functioning, emotional intelligence, leadership, grit and what it takes to be a "Powerful Girl today" and more!

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 Empowerment from within | Spiritually Aware Parenting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2686

Christina Fletcher is a Spiritually Aware Parent Coach and Energy Worker who helps parents tune in to their deepest versions of themselves so they can authentically show up for their children. Throughout her work she has created and offers tools for children, so they can create a strong foundation of inner knowledge and connection to their sense of self. Christina is a homeschooling mom to 3 kids (ages 16, 15 and 9) and is currently world schooling with them and her husband of 17 years in Spain. For more information on For more information on Christina's work please visit www.spirituallyawareparenting.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Differently Wired: With TiLT Parenting | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2823

Today on the podcast we are joined by Deborah Reber, Deborah is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker who moved her career in a more personal direction in 2016 when she founded TiLT Parenting, a weekly podcast, community, and educational resource for parents like her who are raising differently wired children. The TiLT Parenting Podcast has grown to be a top podcast in iTunes’ Kids and Family category, with more than 1 million downloads and a slate of guests that includes high-profile thought leaders across the parenting and education space. A regular contributor to Psychology Today and ADDitude Magazine, Debbie’s newest book is "Differently Wired: Raising an Exceptional Child in a Conventional World" . In November 2018, she spoke at TEDxAmsterdam, delivering a talk entitled Why the Future Will Be Differently Wired.

 Fearless women, Princess Play, Gender Bias, Diversity and more with Girls Can! Crate | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2005

Today on the podcast we are joined by Megan Goodman. Megan is one of the co-founders of Girls Can! Crate a women-owned small business, the mission is clear: inspire girls to believe they can be and do anything by introducing them to fearless women who made the world better (like all the women you probably wished you had learned about in school). Representation matters! So, each month GIRLS CAN! CRATE delivers a box celebrating influential - and diverse - women from history and 2-3 hands on science and art activities to get girls excited about anything from engineering to entomology, from aviation to archaeology.For more information on Megan and Girls Can! Crate please visit www.GirlsCanCrate.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 7 Steps To Finding Your Life's Purpose and the Three C's of Motherhood | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3694

Today on the podcast we are joined by Stephanie Hirsch from momswearcapes. Stephanie believes that mothers are raising the future of our world. At Moms Wear Capes, they are helping to raise moms. They nurture mothers in retaining their own courage, confidence, personal identities and financial stability, and in doing so they nourish the world. There are a lot of pregnancy and parenting apps, but who is looking out for the specific struggles moms face in retaining their womanhood after motherhood? On today’s powerful podcast​ Stephanie talks about the importance of women retaining the three “C’s” after motherhood and how it can transform not only your life but your daughters as well.

 Perky Perky Coffee and Empowering Girls through Entrepreneurship | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2159

oday on the podcast we are joined by Maruxa Murphy. Maruxa is the Founder of Perky Perky Coffee, coffee with a mission to invite women to step into their power from the first cup of the day and onward. As a mom of 3 girls ages 10, 5 and 4, Maruxa knows first-hand the incredible need to have “me-time” and finds that her morning ritual of meditation, great coffee, and journaling are life savers in the midst of running her company, raising her girls while championing other women entrepreneurs’ possibilities through her newly founded media company, Female{Powered}. She calls this her Daily Momcation. Outside of her family, Maruxa has 3 major loves in life: Coffee, Conversation, and Community. Every detail of Perky Perky holds the intention of bringing these 3 loves together through great coffee, powerful conversations and meet-ups both virtually and in person! One of the most recent accomplishments she’s had was to create a Perky Perky kitchen-space designed as part of the brand experience in partnership with the Princeton Venture Hub in Connecticut to bring more in-person conversations together around the coffee cup and delicious Perky Perky coffee. Todays podcast we explore the power of entrepreneurship for girls, how it empowers them and how it can cultivate a powerful family bond while assisting them on their journey. Maruxa also shares some incredible resources to help get you started!

 Sparkitivity - The importance of Nurturing Creative Thinking | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2781

Today on the podcast we are joined by Kathryn HaydonKathryn is an innovation strategist, keynote speaker and author who helps teams and individuals activate and maximize their creative thinking. The founder of Sparkitivity, Kathryn is the author of the non-obvious guide to being more creative ( no matter where you work) and co-author of creativity for everybody. She has written hundreds of articles which have appeared in publications from the Washington Post to Psychology Today. On todays show we talk about the importance and power of Creativity not only for children but parents as well. For more information on Kathryn you can find her at www.sparkitivity.com To find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Being UnNormal - Supporting Parents of Children Struggling with Mental Health Issues | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2371

Today on the podcast we are joined by Kimberley BerryKimberly is the founder of Being UnNormal, a consulting and advocacy group that assists people navigate the world of mental health through a coaching model. She is also the founder of the podcast Being UnNormal, a podcast series which explores issues about various mental health issues with an emphasis on children’s mental health issues. Kimberly is a sought after public speaker, and coaches individuals on subjects such as personal & professional development, and specializes on working with parents of children with behavioral health special needs. She is the producer of the Adolescent Mental Health Summit which takes place in Camas, Washington tackling tough subjects like youth suicide, anxiety, and depression. For more information on Kimberley you can find her at beingunnormal.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Strong Spirit Girl - The Importance of Cultivating Daily Gratitude practices | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1727

Today on the podcast we are joined by Terrie Nathan. As a young girl Terrie Struggled with self-confidence and bullying. If it had not been for her grandmother who was able to be aware of this and take the positive actions she did, she may have been on a different life path. Terri’s grandmother is the one that called her "strong girl" when she was growing up and this helped shaped who she is today. Not all girls have this kind of positive influence, and so Terrie wanted to provide girls everywhere with a journal of sorts to help build that muscle of positivity within theirselves And to also encourage them to pay the seeds of strength forward with their daily actions.Strong Girl Spirit is a motivational, positive movement for women and girls everywhere. Their mission is to help girls see the real, the fun, the flawed, the quirky, the amazingly beautiful Strong Girl that They ARE!!.For more information on Terri you can find her at stronggirlspirit.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 The Rise of the Snowplow Parent and decrease in Personal Leadership of Children | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2439

Growing up means making mistakesThe problem with this, according to Julie Lythcott-Haims, the former dean of freshmen at Stanford University and author of "How to Raise an Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success," is that parents never let their children grow up. Growing up means making your own decisions, and sometimes, mistakes, she told The Times.“The point is to prepare the kid for the road, instead of preparing the road for the kid,” Lythcott-Haims said. Lythcott-Haims said it's difficult for snowplow parents to break the habit of being a child's fixer, always plowing away all the difficulties."If you’re doing it in high school, you can’t stop at college,” she said. "If you’re doing it in college, you can’t stop when it comes to the workplace. You have manufactured a role for yourself of always being there to handle things for your child, so it gets worse because your young adult is ill-equipped to manage the basic tasks of life."Lythcott-Haims said parents eventually have to take a back seat and let their kids drive their own lives. "You can’t just arrive them at the future you want for them. They have to do the work to build the skills," she said. Today on the podcast we are joined by Steve SimmonsEducational psychologist 30 years as business and leadership coach, former school psychologist and director of special ed, co-founder and head success coach - Launch-Your-Life.com, Steve has spent a lot of time working with and understanding teens. Steve is a frequent contributor regarding teenage issues on local NBC affiliate [WNYT], as well as - on-line parents' groups and has dedicated his life to helping to develop personal leadership in young people For more information on Steve you can find him at www.launch-your-life.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 What children can teach us | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2002

So often we talk about the power of modeling behavior to our children and we focus on what we need to be teaching them. What about shifting that perspective? What happens when we stand back, watch our children and allow them to teach us what they know? What could we learn? What do they have to teach us even at a young age?Today on the podcast we are joined by Jules GrievesJules is a wife and mother of two small children. She is expanding as an international speaker and trainer for her company, Raising Roots LLC promoting childlike growth in the adult world to unfold more fulfilling, freeing ways to live. She would say her life was dead inside until a new life came from it. Before the birth of her son, Zayden, she only knew to operate out of five things: hatred, envy, jealousy, selfishness, and cynicism. Living that way made her numb, emotionless. Once she held a raw human life in her hands, a feeling rushed over her like a heart-stopping memory: love. She became aware that her way of ‘living’ wasn’t living at all and stood still long enough to realize that her son and, soon after him, her daughter would hold all the answers towards rediscovering the best version of herself- her childlike self.For more information on Jules you can find her at raising roots.bizTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Food Allergy Un-Boxed | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 1882

Today on the podcast we are joined by Asha LeRayHaving allergies can be isolating but when we remember there are thousands of ways to view ourselves as different...we can also remember we're all human we all have our own stories! It's important to teach this to young kids early on in their lives. The person next to them has a story just as they do. Asha LeRay is the founder of Food Allergy Unboxed and help families learn to thrive with food allergies. As a parent of a 10 year old daughter who lives with multiple severe food allergies, She has lived through and learned from plenty of life's obstacles. This journey has not only taught her to live with food allergies but also helped them both transform from insecure and anxious to becoming fierce advocates for themselves in all aspects of their lives. Now she wants to help others do the same! Asha believes if families can learn to plan well - eat safely - and communicate clearly, they'll be living their best lives in no time! Beyond being a food allergy parent, Asha is an occupational therapist working in an urban inclusion school where kids of all learning abilities learn together. She is also an avid outdoors-woman and Pixar animation fan! For more information on Asha you can find her at www.foodallergyunboxed.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Mean Girls and Relational Aggression | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2236

Today on the podcast we are joined by Dr. Kimberley PalmiottoDr. Kim has worked in the field of psychology and education for over 20 years. She is an educational psychologist and art therapist that focuses on education and awareness around emotional intelligence. She has made it a point to introduce and support families understand brain-based learning and how it influences a child's development and learning. Dr. Palmiotto has worked in both public and private school settings as well as in private practice with children, teens, and families helping them to learn techniques to create a more peaceful, fulfilled life at school and home. Her most recent book is focused on relational aggression with girls; helping tween and teen girls understand how the social language of others can impact friendships to ultimately increase more self-awareness and confidence in themselves. She is a mom of 4 girls herself and currently works as a coach and counselor to help families through parent training and coaching programs for the whole family.For more information on Dr. Kim you can find her at Marigoldgirls.com

 Empowering Girls with Holistic Menstrual Health Education | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 3703

De’Nicea saves uteruses and makes babies as a Holistic Period & Fertility Strategist and Doctor of Oriental Medicine certified in Oriental Reproductive Medicine (ABORM.) She is known for her multi-faceted perspective of the menstrual cycle that shatters the belief of what has been accepted as “normal” for what is healthy.You can catch De’Nicea working with women virtually or at her Holistic Reproductive Health clinic or on her podcast, Sisters of Flow. As founder of The Fertility Effect™ and The Fertile Collective™, De’Nicea inspires women seeking holistic methods to support their quest not only for period relief or positive pregnancy test, but for a more aligned and empowered whole Self.While women have been searching all over for the answers to her questions about her period and fertility health, De’Nicea helps her see that the answers have been within her the whole time. She just needs to know how to access and interpret it.From this new perspective, she begins to create a life FOR her instead of allowing things to happen TO her, taking a more active role in her healthcare and well-being.De’Nicea leads women to shift their relationship with their cycle to one of Self-Guided Direction – detecting cues and listening to messages of what her Mind, Body and Spirit are saying she needs.There are common misconceptions about menstrual cycles where girls and women are taught to accept certain symptoms as "normal" when really they're messages of health - holistically. Providers quickly prescribe birth control which can have major side effects on a growing girl's body and some stay on it for decades after. Or, parents/guardians are unfamiliar with how to help young ladies who begin menstruating, especially if they're nervous to talk about the possibility of pregnancy. Today our listeners will learn what are some of these common misconceptions about the menstrual cycle and what can be done to encourage girls to have a healthy relationship with her cycle. They'll also learn how to begin key steps to beginning to interpret the messages her cycle is telling her about her health and well-being.It's important that girls become cycle aware and develop a relationship with their cycles. The relationship she develops begins with how she is taught. Girls who know more cycle awareness, grows more confident and her esteem increases. Also, this positions her to set different standards for herself and those she allows in her life.For more information on De’Nicea you can find her at http://www.deniceahilton.com

 Super Hero Play and Teaching Consent | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2511

Allana Robinson​believes that​t the​ ban on rough and tumble and war, weapon, and superhero play is generally in place because of a misguided feminist conviction: if we stop children from using pretend violence we can curb the rate of real violence towards women when they're adults. But the research refutes that and actually shows that children who are prevented from playing with pretend violence never learn to deal with frustration, violence impulses, and anger effectively and repress it- and in extreme cases this can lead men to acting out violent fantasies in reality because they don't know how else to process those thoughts. The research also shows that in environments where this play is accepted girls become more confident, more resistant, and more vocal as they aren't getting the message by proxy that compliance and quiet is the gold standard. In a world where children are spending more and more time in educational institutions,​ we can support both boys to become non-violent men and girls to become strong, resistant, vocal women by getting rid of zero tolerance.Allana Robinson is a parenting coach for parents of infants, toddlers and preschoolers. She provides the tools for parents who want to raise capable, confident, independent children without yelling, shaming, or enforcing disconnected consequences of their children. For a decade Allana worked with children with special needs in the capacity of an early childhood educator and developmental specialist doing early intervention. She has spent countless hours reading the latest child development and behavior psychology research, which she then uses to create targeted behavior and intervention plans. For more information on Allana you can find her at www.AllanaRobinson.comTo find out more about how to empower the girl in your life please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement. com and make sure to join our facebook group called MOMS RAISING POWERFUL GIRLS, we look forward to seeing you there!

 Empowered Girl Digital Citizens Change the World | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 2727

22% of teenage girls say they posted nude or semi-nude photos or videos of themselves onlineOnly 15% of parents are “In-the-know” of their kid's social network habits, and these behaviors can lead to cyber-bullyingGirls are more likely than boys to be targets of cyber-bullying69% of tweens and teens regularly receive online communication from strangers and don't tell a parent or caretakerApproximately 89% of sexual solicitations of youth were made in chat rooms or through instant messagingJoin Founder Maria Fuller as she explores these and other startling statistics as well as talks about how to Empower Girls to use their voice, social media and technology to not only empower themselves, advocate for others and help to change the world for the better. For more information on out Online Digital Citizenship Course please visit www.EmpoweredGirlMovement.com

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