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Podcast:Independence and Resilience
Independence and Resilience

Dr. Mogel shares her take on potty training: teaching children self-sufficiency and the value of ordinary work.

Dr. Wendy Mogel

Dr. Mogel discusses how to talk to young children about death of pets and relatives, and explains how even a small child can write a eulogy.

Dr. Wendy Mogel

Dr. Mogel reflects on how children, as they grow, challenge and bless parents in different ways.

Dr. Wendy Mogel

Dr. Wendy Mogel talks about how children excel at different things and how parents can nurture these talents and help their children to gain self-esteem. In this podcast, she highlights how it is not important that children excel at everything, but the importance lies in how parents facilitate the talents that their children do have. 

Dr. Wendy Mogel

Dr. Mogel discusses how to prepare children for the world by NOT overprotecting them.

Dr. Wendy Mogel

Hear about the challenges and benefits of summer camp for both parents and children.

Jonathan "J.C." Cohen

Explore the things that make parenting harder, like dispersed families, divided attention and pop culture, and the things that remain core, like the love of parents for kids and the need to communicate values.

Lori Day

Learn about the seven ingredients human beings need to be resilient and how we can foster them in our children.

Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg

Discover how parents help kids cope by letting them solve their own problems and by modeling good coping strategies.

Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg

Learn about where stress comes from and what kind of damage it can do, and try this 10-part plan for coping with stress.

Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg

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