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Sleep Trouble?  Dr. Darius Is In The House

Sleep Trouble? Dr. Darius Is In The House

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We speak with Darius A. Loghmanee, MD Attending Physician, Sleep Medicine; Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine.  We cover all the bases from infants to adults.  Is a sleep routine good, and if so what’s the best way of going about it.  Dr.  Darius shares with us why it’s not okay… More »

Actions Express Priorities

Actions Express Priorities

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Todd and Cathy discuss why our actions dictate our priorities (a Gandhi quote), and how investigation into our priorities tells us a lot about what we think and believe. They also discuss Rob Bell’s new podcast (The Robcast) and his teaching about why “good can be the detriment of best”. They discuss the most recent country music mash up, and Todd shares… More »

It all starts with connection

It all starts with connection

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On today’s show Cathy and Todd talk about why connection is essential if we want our children to listen and cooperate. If we are seeking changes in our children’s behavior, we need to we focus our attention on deepening the relationship and creating daily connection. We have to be willing to make consistent deposits in the emotional bank accounts of … More »

Does your partner have your back?

Does your partner have your back?

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A listener shares how her husband has her back – he tells the kids that he loves them, but he loves their mom the most. We also discuss how negative behavior from your children is a method of communication – instead of yelling or punishing, consider asking questions and offering some attention. This will offer your child what he needs, and you may feel less… More »

Are you a master or a disaster?

Are you a master or a disaster?

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Cathy and Todd talk relationships and discuss and article (link below) from The Atlantic called “Masters of Love”  In the article, it talks about the most current research about “master” and “disaster” partnerships. The biggest take away? If your partner sees a bird and points to it, look at the bird and acknowledge you’ve seen… More »