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Your Teen with Sue and Steph

by Evergreen Podcasts

Susan Borison and Stephanie Silverman, best friends and co-founders of Your Teen Media, bring their magazine to life with this podcast. From interviews with experts and authors to discussions of trending topics and personal stories, Your Teen with Sue and Steph is an essential guide for raising teens today.

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Episodes

The Parenting Partners Behind the Work Partners

33m · Published 18 Jul 09:30
Finally, we fulfilled a bucket list desire to bring our husbands onto the show! Dan Borison and Todd Silverman talk about what Your Teen has meant to them over the years. We open with a chat with our podcast producer of 5 years, Hannah — her favorite interviews and how the show impacted her. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Raising Teenagers Through a Lens of Love and Support

38m · Published 05 Jul 09:30
Dr. Tori Cordiano joins us again to talk about how we can provide a supportive hand to our teens, as well as strengthen their family and community connections. In this episode, we discuss: How do we raise kids that prioritize themselves for their mental and physical wellness? How do we develop love of family in our teens? What can we do to encourage our teens to be involved with activities within their community? Learn more about Dr. Tori Cordiano here. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

We Can All Learn to Have Difficult Conversations

44m · Published 20 Jun 09:30
Kwame Christian, author of How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race, discusses tools that teenagers can learn for having difficult conversations. Of course, we all need help in this arena. Thank you Kwame.  In this episode, we discuss:  Are teenagers inherently good at dealing with conflict, and can they be taught to do so?  What are some tools for having difficult conversations?  How can parents approach difficult conversations, such as those where there can be conflict and differences in knowledge or belief about politics and race? Learn more about Kwame Christian and The American Negotiation Institute. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

When Our Kids "Hate" — You, Their Friends, Their Siblings

33m · Published 06 Jun 09:30
Amy Speidel, Conscious Discipline master instructor, analyzes why our relationship with our teenagers is likely filled with conflict. Then Amy provides simple language that you can adopt to deescalate — and maybe even resolve — the conflict. In this episode, we discuss: How to react when faced with our teens' "hate". What ways we can react to our teens' vulnerability, which can appear as anger. When our teen is in conflict with a friend, how do we continue to navigate our friendship with the friend's parent? Learn more about Amy Speidel and Conscious Discipline. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Why the Antidote to Today's Struggles is Helping Teens Feel That They Matter

37m · Published 23 May 09:30
Jennifer Wallace, an award winning journalist, is focused on shifting the parenting discussion to “Mattering.” Our teens (and all people) need a strong sense of mattering to the world around them. It’s one of the greatest drivers of human instinct. In this episode, we talk about how Jennifer became an expert in letting her kids know they matter - and how you can do the same.  Preorder Jennifer's book, “Never Enough: When Achievement Culture Becomes Toxic and What We Can Do About It," and get 4 bonuses immediately: An exclusive early excerpt. A guide to the game-changing habits of healthy achievers . Messages of mattering for parents. An invitation to Jennifer's "back to school" webinar. Learn more about Jennifer Wallace and The Mattering Movement. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Teenage Boys Need Us to Focus on Their Mental Health

31m · Published 09 May 09:00
Psychologist John Duffy, author of Parenting the New Teen in the Age of Anxiety, discusses how we can better support our teenage boys with their mental health. Learn more about Dr. John Duffy. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Keeping Them Safe When Social Media Lures Our Tweens and Teens into Danger

32m · Published 25 Apr 09:30
Dr. Brian Primack, author of "You Are What You Click," discusses how to address social media and viral trends with your teens. Learn more about Dr. Brian Primack. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

How Should You Discuss Body Image, Weight, and Beauty With Your Teenagers?

36m · Published 11 Apr 09:30
JD Ouellette from Equip wants to change our culture — because our current obsession with beauty is hurting our teenagers. Ouellette offers optimal ways to speak with your teens about body image and how to choose a path that diminishes appearance culture. Learn more about JD Ouellette and Equip. Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Parenting in the Digital Age: What Are the Top Concerns of Parents?

35m · Published 28 Mar 09:30
ChatGPT, Andrew Tate, beauty filters, and of course, all sorts of gaming— how are we supposed to keep up? Dr. Elizabeth Milovidov joins us to share how we can help guide our kids through our ever-changing modern world.  Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Helping Black Families Navigate the College Admissions Process

44m · Published 14 Mar 09:30
The college admissions process is treated as one-size-fits-all, but that's not always the case for Black families. Shereem Herndon-Brown and Timothy L Fields, co-authors of "The Black Family’s Guide to College Admissions," share their wisdom college admissions at the intersection of education, parenting, and race. In this episode, we talk about… What made this book necessary? What is under-matching? What struggles are specific to Black families? The special value of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) The drawbacks and benefits of attending PWIs (predominantly white institutions) Subscribe to Your Teen with Sue and Steph here! Check out Your Teen on Facebook here! Linkedin Twitter Instagram

Your Teen with Sue and Steph has 111 episodes in total of non- explicit content. Total playtime is 68:54:10. The language of the podcast is English. This podcast has been added on November 25th 2022. It might contain more episodes than the ones shown here. It was last updated on April 11th, 2024 00:02.

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