9:00am to Midday with Andrew Urquhart, also included are the daily lifestyle segments which feature new topics every day.
Bruce Pilbrow, CEO of The Parenting Place, says parenting through the teenage years is the most important part of parenting, and educating young people about sex yourselves is by far the best way – don’t leave it to schools.
Ian Grant from Fathers Who Dare Win answers tricky parenting questions from listeners such as the following: "My 12-year-old has always been shy, I’ve always thought that she’ll grow out of it as she gets older, has more life experience and mixes with other more confident friends... but she’s much the same. She is now working out that some adults don’t seem to like her because she’s quiet and doesn’t talk when they’re around, how can I maximize this realization to encourage her to speak up? Even saying, "Hi" to an adult is difficult for her let alone a, "How are you?" etc. I don’t want to bang on and on to her but I wish that she were more outgoing for her own sake.
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Dan Wooding from assistnews.et talks about a story called, The Gospel According to the Master of the Macabre by Stephen King, in which he talks about growing up, believing in god, intelligent design, and getting scared.