The No-Problem Parenting™ Podcast
EP 14 - Parenting Your Highly Sensitive Child with special guest Asia Irgangladen and Purposeful Parenting Now

EP 14 - Parenting Your Highly Sensitive Child with special guest Asia Irgangladen and Purposeful Parenting Now

June 1, 2021

Welcome back parents!! Did you know that 15-20% of children are born with a nervous system that is highly sensitive?  These kiddo’s are overwhelmed by high levels of stimulation and activity, they have a hard time transitioning and are super sensitive to the emotional distress of others. 

Highly Sensitive Children are often quick to react to everything, although, get this; these kids would prefer to reflect before acting.

So parents, if you’ve been struggling with a child who is emotionally intense and demanding or maybe you have a child who is fairly easy to raise except when they’re with a group of children or people they don’t know, I have a great resource for you!

Asia Irgangladen is the founder of Purposeful Parenting Now. She is dedicated to showing families how to cultivate healthy relationships by shifting their focus, implementing strategies and structure in the home, and developing clear communication to allow parent and child to hear each other.

Asia draws on her Special Education teaching background and a Positive Parent Educator Certification. On a personal note, growing up in a big, multigenerational family taught her firsthand about the strengths, challenges and complexities of family life, and the diverse, unique needs of each child.

Asia provides her clients with a comprehensive problem-solving tool kit with a step-by-step system, including mindfulness strategies, and clear guidance for families to transform chaos into calm.

In today’s episode Asia is going to explain the difference between a tantrum and a meltdown And how emotions are like poop! 

So listen in parents, having a highly sensitive child is not a problem when we seek first to understand why they behave the way they do!

To learn how to turn your child's highly sensitive behavior problems into No-Problem, reach out to Asia and https://purposefulparentingnow.com/freegift

 or find Asia on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/asia.rose.irgangladen/

 

EP 13 - Turn Technology Behavior Problems into No-Problem

EP 13 - Turn Technology Behavior Problems into No-Problem

May 27, 2021

Hello Parents!

Welcome back to the No-Problem Parenting podcast where we choose to deal with and overcome behavior challenges with our kids.

Today I’m going to share how you can be EXCITED for your kids to use technology.  I give you tips and tools for setting up your child's devices and I’m gonna help you prepare for how to respond to your kids when they mess up and technology becomes a problem.  No-Problem parents view technology as a privilege AND an eventual necessity/skill they will need as they grow up.

So ,we want to teach our kids the benefits as well as the risks and responsibilities that come with this new norm of communicating not just with our friends and family but with the world. 

How can you turn your child’s technology problems into a no-problem without having to be the bad guy all the time?  Stay tuned – I’ve got some ideas for ya!

Do you have a specific behavior problem with regard to technology in your home?  Schedule a strategy session with Jaci and learn how to deal with and overcome your parenting challenge:  30 Minute Strategy Session

Hugs and High Fives,

Jaci

EP 12 - Protecting our kids from online dangers with special guest Sarah Siegand of Parents Who Fight

EP 12 - Protecting our kids from online dangers with special guest Sarah Siegand of Parents Who Fight

May 19, 2021

Hello Parents!  I am soooo excited to welcome Sarah Siegand to the podcast today! Sarah is going to share several free resources to help you protect your kids from the dangers of all things technology including cell phones, gaming devices, tablets and computers.  You will not want to miss this episode!

Sarah Siegand is a wife and mom of two active boys, ages 14 and 17, living in Nashville, TN. In 2015, she and her husband, Jesse, started an online safety campaign called Parents Who Fight to help parents protect kids from online dangers. They support parents and schools through workshops and in-home consultations, providing resources, tools, and hands-on help for digital wellness and safety.

Sarah and Jesse were also featured voices in the recent groundbreaking documentary, CHILDHOOD 2.0

For more information or to connect with Sarah and Jesse follow the links below:

parentswhofight.com

Childhood 2.0 Documentary

instagram.com/parentswhofight

facebook.com/parentswhofight

twitter.com/parentswhofight

EP 11 - Are you losing your cool with your kids because you’re too nice?

EP 11 - Are you losing your cool with your kids because you’re too nice?

May 14, 2021

HELLO PARENTS!  You’re irritability with your kids might be at an all time high right now – this past year has been super challenging and our patience in general has been tested to the max.

Add behavior problems to your already stressed out life and it’s no wonder you’re losing your cool!

A good majority of my coaching clients this past year have come to me with this problem – and they are trying their best to keep their cool and not react

But here’s the deal. The root of the "flying off the handle" problem is almost always because these parents have been too nice!  Sounds like an oxymoron, right?

Listen in as I share how being too nice and not allowing natural or logical consequences to happen, not following through with the little things because you just want to keep the peace can cause you to blow up in the long run.

To learn more about how you can Become a No-Problem Parent™ go to https://www.noproblemparenting.com/

Hugs and High Fives,

Jaci

EP 9 - Consequences vs Punishment - Allow your child to learn from their mistakes

EP 9 - Consequences vs Punishment - Allow your child to learn from their mistakes

May 11, 2021

Hello Parents! Consequences are meant to teach kids how to deal with and overcome problems they've created.  There's no need to "rub salt in the wound" once your child has made right what they did wrong.

No-Problem Parents understand that problems are meant to be dealt with and overcome and that the best way to teach your child "a lesson" is to allow them to own their problems or misbehavior and to solve the problem themselves.  Our job as the parent is to guide them as they make mistakes throughout their childhood and we can do so with empathy even when we are super frustrated, disappointed or hassled by the misbehavior. 

In today's episode I share the "Make it Right Technique" which can be used when your child has hurt or caused a problem for someone else.  And, you can model this technique by using it for yourself, in your daily life when you have hurt or caused a problem for your child or someone else!

Here's a link to the FREE MAKE IT RIGHT PDF and here's a link to schedule a call with me if you'd like a real life example of how you can use the technique: Jaci's Calendar

Want to become the No-Problem - Confident Leader your kids CRAVE you to be? 

Get started here:  Become a No-Problem Parent

Thank you for listening and sharing this podcast with your parenting friends.

Hugs and High Fives~

Jaci

EP 8- Nurturing Your Marriage, with special guest Lesli Doares

EP 8- Nurturing Your Marriage, with special guest Lesli Doares

May 4, 2021

Hello Parents! I have a special guest with me today to talk about why nurturing your marriage is important not only for you, for your kids as well. 

Lesli Doares brings over twenty years of experience working with couples, combined with her personal experience in a 35-year relationship with her husband to create a paradigm shift in marriage so it can become a space where both partners feel respected and included.

One of her greatest gifts is helping her clients to quickly and clearly understand what’s at the heart of their relationship challenges so they can find their way to greater intimacy and connection.

Lesli also founded The Hero Husband Project where she teaches men how to win back themselves, their wives and their marriage.

When we bring children into our marriage we often put our marriage needs on the back burner.  Lesli talks about the importance of date night, marriage meetings AND carving time out for ourselves. 

Get a free Marriage Road Map here: Marriage Road Map

For more information about Lesli go to:

www.foundationscoachingnc.com

www.theherohusbandproject.com

or find her on your favorite social media app:

https://www.facebook.com/HeroHusband

https://www.facebook.com/lesli.doares/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/leslidoares/

https://www.instagram.com/leslidoares/

https://twitter.com/LesliDoares

 

EP 7 Preparing your College-Bound Student with award winning Author, Kelly Radi

EP 7 Preparing your College-Bound Student with award winning Author, Kelly Radi

April 29, 2021

Welcome Back Parents! Do you have a teenager that's just starting to talk about college?  Maybe your kiddo has already been accepted to college and you're both excited and a bit anxious at the same time?  Kelly Radi, award winning Author of the book Out To Sea; a Parents' Survival Guide to the Freshman Voyage, is joining me today to talk about how to prepare your high schooler for their successful launch to college! 

Kelly Radi is a sought-after professional speaker with a passion for helping parents navigate the teen and college years.

Her powerful, relatable messages focus on personal accountability, healthy communication and nurturing relationships. Audiences leave refreshed and confident--armed with new perspectives and practical, action-based take-aways. Parents leave reassured in their abilities to successfully "launch" their college-bound kids.

Attendees describe her as authentic, relatable, and a masterful storyteller. Meeting planners appreciate her positive energy and can-do attitude. Organizations like Delta Air Lines, Women in Trucking, and Big Brothers Big Sisters hire Kelly because she customizes content and implements strategies that help people avoid distractions, prioritize relationships and achieve objectives. High Schools and universities hire her because she doesn't just talk the talk--she walks the walk in helping parents (and students) through the emotional AND practical aspects of the high school-to-college transition.

Kelly intertwines real stories, relevant research, and useful takeaways.

She is a member of the National Speakers Association and earned the 2018 NSA Minnesota Academy Award.

Kelly is the award-winning author of two books:

  • Out To Sea: A Parents’ Survival Guide to the Freshman Voyage is the go-to resource for parents as they navigate the high school-to-college transition.
  • Wonder-Full: Activate Your Inner Superpowers (No Cape Required), a motivating “thought book” for women of all ages.

Here are a variety of ways you can connect with Kelly:

www.raditowrite.com
email kelly@raditowrite.com
https://www.facebook.com/KellyRadiSpeaker
https://www.linkedin.com/in/kelly-radi-800a80b1/
https://www.instagram.com/kellyradi/

EP 6 Let’s talk about Tutoring with special guest Helen Panos of Dynamis Learning Academy

EP 6 Let’s talk about Tutoring with special guest Helen Panos of Dynamis Learning Academy

April 27, 2021

Hello Parents! Are you tired of battling homework with your kids? Or maybe your child struggles with taking tests and you don't feel prepared to help them? Tutoring takes the pressure off of you, the parent and provides your child the opportunity to excel in school and prepare for college.

Helen Panos is an accomplished educator/instructional specialist with over 25 years experience in a public school system. Helen began her K-12 nationwide tutoring business, Dynamis Learning Academy, 5 years ago to help children reach their potential. She listens to what a parent needs and matches their child with the right type of tutor. The tutor customizes a program that helps meet the child's needs. Tutors within Dynamis have various specialties and they can tutor virtually, at home, or in a library.

Helen has acquired various college degrees from a Masters to an Educational Specialist. She also holds certifications in gifted education and has several years of experience with gifted testing and managing Section 504 plans.

Helen recently launched a new book titled "Mastering Test Strategies, A Simple Successful Guide to Enhance Your Child's Grades". This guide will provide children with important test-taking strategies in the classroom and tips for high stakes tests.

To learn more, go to www.dynamislearningacademy.com

Facebook @dynamislearningacademy or on

linkedin.com/in/dynamislearningacademy

End the homework and test taking battles in your home today!

EP 3 Interview with a No-Problem Parent™

EP 3 Interview with a No-Problem Parent™

April 26, 2021

Welcome Back Parents!!  Today I have a special guest, a real life No-Problem Parent! This amazing mom is going to share her experience in becoming a No-Problem Parent and how hiring a parent coach helped her respond to the day to day behavior struggles with her 5 year old.  We'll talk about the strategies that helped her deal with and overcome the problems in their home and at school and the moment when her son said, "mom, this is a little problem right?"  And, the one strategy that she didn't think would work that is now her go to response when her son misbehaves.

No-Problem Parenting™ builds confidence in you, the parent, so that you can be the confident parent your kids crave you to be!  Kids misbehave and as parents we can be prepared for the misbehaver so that we are able to respond instead of react. 

I guarantee you're gonna have problems raising your kids, No-Problem Parenting™ understands the real life challenges that come with parenting. This non-judgmental approach gives you permission to make mistakes, teaches you how to deal with and overcome problems in your home and helps you parent with confidence rather than fear or frustration!

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EP 5 What is Reactive Attachment Disorder-Part 2

EP 5 What is Reactive Attachment Disorder-Part 2

April 22, 2021

Hello Parents! In Part 2 of What is Reactive Attachment Disorder I share with you some of the symptoms and behaviors that kiddos who have suffered breaks in attachment display and you'll hear about parenting strategies and responses to avoid as well as some key things that help you connect with and understand your child.

If you want more information about Attachment and Trauma disorders go to https://attach.org/

And to learn more about Becoming a No-Problem Parent™ go to No-Problem Parenting™

Hugs and High Fives~

Jaci

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