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We are a simulcasted pop-culture and nostalgia podcast where each episode we discuss a specific property from your childhood. Ranging from movies, cartoons, video games, and toys, we'll cover it all. Along the way we'll have some special guests from within the community joining in on the discussion, and providing some insight on what property helped shape their future.
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A celebration of growing up in Britain in the 1970's and the huge part TV played in our lives. You can comment on episodes, suggest subjects for future podcasts and, of course, share your memories with us on our blog www.my70sTVchildhood.com
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I’m Anna Runkle, also known as the Crappy Childhood Fairy, and I teach people to recognize and heal the symptoms of Childhood PTSD. Welcome to my podcast!I’m not a doctor or therapist; I know about childhood trauma because I lived it, and I discovered a radical approach to healing that focuses first on calming neurological dysregulation, which is common in people who grew up with abuse and neglect. In my podcasts, I teach about dysregulation – how to know if you have it, what it can do to yo ...
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Hey there, passionate educators! Dive into the dynamic world of early childhood education with The Inspiring ECE Podcast, hosted by seasoned educator and passionate advocate, Marcia Nicole. This podcast delivers: - Practical tips for new and seasoned early childhood educators seeking to create engaging learning environments -Strategies for maintaining your well-being as a teacher and educator -And inspiration to pursue professional growth so you can be the best version of yourself for the ch ...
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Welcome to “Un-seen Legacies Of Childhood”, a new podcast making serious noise about the importance of self-esteem, and our environment, particularly in the younger years. Hosted by Sonia Seekunto, the 6-part series chews the fat on everything that contributes to self-esteem and our choices later in life, exploring the pain of feeling unseen, ignored and what that does to your sense of self. How our self-esteem moulds our choices, how it shapes our lives and why it’s so damn important! Each ...
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How do we navigate childhood in a century that we have never experienced ever before? How do we parent children, when they are managing obstacles we do not even understand? Gritty Growing Up focuses on those topics and conversations that you know you need to have, but sometimes do not know where to start. From mental health to exams, consent to social behaviours, grab a cup of tea and let's talk mental health together.
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Shine Bright EYM proudly presents Shine On, a podcast series for prospective and current Early Childhood Education Professionals. A podcast to engage, celebrate, and advocate for the Early Years sector through collaborative discussions with professionals in the industry. Drawing inspiration from our guiding philosophy document The Shine Bright Way, we’ll be bringing you a series of conversations, inspirations, and big ideas from all aspects of the Early Childhood Sector. From keeping the joy ...
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I’m a bookish nerd on a mission. I’m rereading the books of my ‘90s childhood: The Baby-Sitters Club, Goosebumps, and Fear Street, and writing a review and summary, so you don't have to read them yourself. I’m Amy A. Cowan and this is Rereading My Childhood - The Podcast. Join me as I read about surprisingly organized middle school clubs, pranks that end in murder, and goo. Lots and lots of goo.
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Welcome to the Think Unbroken Podcast, where healing begins and transformation takes flight. Join host Michael Unbroken on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment as we delve into the realms of overcoming childhood trauma, narcissistic abuse, PTSD, CPTSD, high ACE scores, anxiety, depression, and various mental health challenges. Unlock the secrets to healing with insights from therapists, trauma coaches, mindset leaders, neuroscientists, entrepreneurs, and researchers. Gain access to pr ...
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Shining With ADHD by The Childhood Collective

Lori Long, Katie Severson, Mallory Yee

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Are you a parent of a child with ADHD (or suspected ADHD)? Are you overwhelmed by the treatment options to support your child? Are you exhausted from giving your child with ADHD *countless* reminders for the same tasks… yelling to get them to (sometimes) listen… and walking on eggshells to avoid the seemingly endless meltdowns? Are you getting constant calls from the school about your child’s behavior? Is your child struggling in school without a plan in place to help them? If you want to tr ...
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Stop Ruining My Childhood!

Stop Ruining My Childhood Podcast

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A sometimes nostalgic, sometimes cynical look back at pop culture. Join us as we revisit movies, cartoons, and live-action TV of the 80s and 90s, and ask the question, ”Does this hold up? Or did I just ruin my childhood?”
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But Still, She Thrives - Narcissistic Abuse, Toxic Relationships, Grey Rock Method, Healthy Boundaries, Childhood Abuse, Trauma Healing

Christy Jade - Narcissistic Abuse Coach, Grey Rock Coach , Gaslighting Expert, No Contact Mentor

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Find Peace and Freedom after Narcissistic Abuse Are you feeling lost after breaking free from a toxic relationship? Are you afraid you will get sucked back in, whether it is with the same narcissist or a new one? Are you ready to finally live in peace? In this podcast, you will find healing methods and coping solutions to set you free from narcissistic abuse and its effects. My mission is to equip you to become strong and free through confidence building, proven healing methods and finding p ...
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Listen up, and listen in, this is about our children! Learn something today on the TeacherTalk segment of Ask Ivy. A special guest and I explore the importance on early childhood education and share some tips as to how you can better prepare your child to be successful in school.
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This book contains verse for young and old. It is full of fantastic stories, breathtaking images, and brilliant rhymes. Including classics from "The Duel" to "The Delectable Ballad of Walter Lot," the author, a devout Christian, keeps his religious overtones to a minimum. When listening, please keep in mind that the text was originally written in the 1800s. -- Summary by Squid Varilekova
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This podcast arms mothers with mindset techniques to help them navigate their child's cancer journey. With an emphasis on curiosity and compassion, Dr. Samara Potter coaches mothers out of overwhelm and into quiet confidence. Dr. Potter is a practicing pediatric oncologist and certified life coach.
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This podcast is here for you; to help you become better informed about child development, preschool, parenting, teaching, and anything else that will improve the day to day lives of children. So if you are a parent, a teacher, or anyone else who cares for children, you are in the right place!
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Do you want to overcome the childhood trauma wounds and obstacles that are holding you back? Is the impact of childhood trauma keeping you from confidently living the life God wants you to live? Does your trauma history keep you crippled by fear, yet you want to learn to trust others, trust God’s plan, process, and purpose for your life instead? The effects of childhood trauma can show up as low moods, negative thoughts, overthinking, anxiety, crippling fear, low self-worth, physical illness ...
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A Childhood Rerun

A Childhood Rerun

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In each episode, I recount a period of my life, mostly memories with a bit of reflection sprinkled in. I’m just trying to document what life was like during these years, so I’ll have things to laugh at when I’m old. Cover art photo provided by Fabrizio Conti on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@staticlaw
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If you grew up with an abusive or neglectful parent – and especially if you were the oldest child -- you may have learned to dance around and do everything in your power to make Mom stop being sad. You may have erased your feelings and needs and instead poured ALL YOUR ENERGY into the parent. People who have done this often have a hard time getting…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Childhood trauma survivors often struggle to receive and give love because of hurt in relationships, poor models of love, or unhealthy experiences of care and attachment in their formative years. This leaves a gaping wound that they try to fill however they can. Many read about the love of God, but struggle to feel secure in t…
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In this episode, we will explore how to overcome the fear and shame associated with seeking guidance. Michael Unbroken shares personal insights on the importance of seeking assistance to heal from trauma, abuse, and adversity. He offers a step-by-step framework for asking specific questions, creating an action plan, and trusting mentors to avoid co…
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Are you transitioning from ECE to classroom teaching or curious about what it entails? In this heartfelt episode, I share the detailed story of my first day stepping up as a classroom teacher, from the initial jitters to the profound lessons learned along the way. The mental and practical shift from child-led to curriculum-driven teaching. Strategi…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. This episode is the third installment of a new tradition–episodes in May…
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Feel like you have no control and can feel crazy town when having a conversation with a narcissist? Been there, girl, glad to say I'm not there anymore and I wanna help you too. So stay tuned for my four ways to gain control and keep calm while having these not so fun conversations. mentioned episodes: Episode 2 (about gaslighting and more) https:/…
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Welcome back to My 70s TV Childhood. In this episode, we journey through the streets of 1970s London with a torch light on the iconic police drama, The Sweeney. As a child, I loved the gritty world of detectives Jack Regan and George Carter, and their relentless pursuit of justice amidst the backdrop of a city rife with crime and corruption. Throug…
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This show is dedicated to all the moms out there. I want to introduce my listeners to my mom, the mom of all moms, Mama Webb. Please join us for some fire-side chat about motherhood and of course ME........ How do you juggle motherhood and work? How do I do it alone? How can I be an amazing mom? Listen and be inspired................... Happy Mothe…
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SHINING WITH ADHD EPISODE #156: I Didn’t Mean to Do That! Impulsivity and ADHD The Childhood Collective 5/15/2024 SUMMARY “Why did you do that?” “What were you thinking?” Sound familiar? When our kids act impulsively, it is easy for us to get frustrated and confused. We might start asking our kids why they behaved the way they did. The truth is, in…
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There's a moment in everyone's life when the world feels like it's collapsing under the weight of our mistakes. For Chris Baker, that moment stretched into years of battling the repercussions of a childhood riddled with trauma and a descent into a life of crime. This episode hears how he broke the cycle of trauma to embraces the power of second cha…
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Episode: # 23Featuring: Fred AczonDescription: This episode we got a chance to speak with Fred from Boss Fight Studios about a little bit of Avatar, a little bit of this, a little bit of that but he does something that doesn't happen. He flipped the script and started asking us about things, which was definitely not something we were prepared for. …
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Alex, Crystal and Sophie discuss a hot topic in early childhood education - assessment and rating! They share Shine Bright EYM's proven process for supporting early childhood services through assessment and rating, which has led to amazing A&R results.Af Shine Bright Early Years Advisors
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There’s this strange thing that happens to families when one member falls into destructive addiction. We know that addicts’ thinking gets distorted, and they fall into denial and lying and blaming and sometimes stealing. That’s what you’d expect. But, as I know so well from bitter experience, the “presumably sane” people who LOVE the addict ALSO su…
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A chaotic and neglectful family life can deprive a child of forming an identity – not just who they are, but what they like, and what they might like to pursue in their lives. In adulthood, you may try to fill this empty space with relationships – or rather, the IDEA of a relationship – to give you direction and a sense that your life matters, and …
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In this powerful episode, Michael Unbroken is joined by Ken Canion, a renowned relationship and communication coach, to have an open and authentic conversation about redefining modern masculinity. They dive deep into the challenges men face in embracing their emotions, maintaining healthy relationships, and becoming the best versions of themselves.…
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There’s a symptom of trauma that is common in everyone, but it’s almost universal for people who were abused or neglected as children. It's a haunting sense of loneliness, and not fitting in, that can make any effort to connect with people extra stressful. This is not just an emotional hurt. Abuse and neglect caused an injury to your ability to con…
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 As promised, I’m back with another Mother-focused episode for North American Mother’s Day. Today, I have a special guest, Nanci Lamborn, who shares her experience of childhood sexual abuse and the anger she felt toward her mother, who did not support her and even blamed her for what happened. Nancy will share the steps she too…
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Have you ever struggled to get even basic things done, like get to work on time, put wet laundry in the dryer, or make a phone call? Everyone procrastinates sometimes, but for people who were abused or neglected in childhood, procrastination can take over your life and hold you back. In this four-video compilation I share some of my most powerful v…
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If you're a woman and you say your "close male friend" is just a friend, one test of your true feelings is how you feel when he gets into a relationship, and how she feels about you. A lot of people will gaslight the girlfriend, or blame the boyfriend for not standing up to her, but often there’s something else going on here. My letter today is fro…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. This episode is the second installment of a new tradition–episodes in Ma…
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Show Notes Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 Welcome to the first official Quick Tip Thursday Episode. Starting this month, I will release an additional episode each Thursday with tips on various topics to help you navigate your healing journey. The four tips for today will focus on how to trust after you’ve been hurt, and they may not be what you think. After…
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In this episode, I take you back to my own first day as an Early Childhood Educator, sharing stories that will resonate with anyone who’s ever stepped foot in a classroom with a heart full of dreams and a mind full of questions. The real-world transition from theory to practice on the first day in an ECE setting. The importance of building meaningf…
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A history of abuse and neglect can make a person crave extra emotional support. But when both partners have CPTSD, communication can be fraught and feelings of abandonment can turn into hours-long processing sessions. Can you teach a partner to listen to the needs you express? In this video I respond to a letter from a man who loves his partner in …
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Squash those negative thoughts that abuse has caused! These thoughts are BS, and we have no time for them! Let's replace them and build ourselves up! RELATED LINKS: Want the BEST and quickest pick me up?! All my current offers! Journey to Peace 1:1 Coaching Call and Blueprint https://shethrives.thrivecart.com/journey-to-peace-coaching-blueprint/ 1:…
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In this inspiring episode, Michael Unbroken sits down with holistic wellness coach and author River Faire to explore his remarkable journey of healing and personal transformation. From a childhood fraught with confusion and feelings of being "broken" to embracing a life of radical integrity, River shares profound insights on topics such as overcomi…
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Hello, and welcome to the My 70s TV Childhood Quiz. Whether you're a regular listener or joining us for the first time, it's great to have you here. We're back with our usual four rounds of five questions each. Remember, it's just for fun, but feel free to take it seriously and share your thoughts, scores, and who you're playing with by reaching ou…
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If you had trauma in childhood, you may find yourself feeling that you have to hide how you feel in a dating relationship, and pretend you're "fine" when in fact you feel manipulated and hurt. Maybe you fear you'll look foolish or drive away what little love is available. But it's never worth faking a relationship just so you don't have to be alone…
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When it comes to mental health, we know that things like stress, work situations, or personal relationships affect us, but there are other factors that you probably do not think about that can affect your sense of well-being. When it comes to mental health you have to look at all the factors that are affecting you because they could be impacting ho…
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SHINING WITH ADHD EPISODE #155: Med Shortages, Melatonin and More: A Pediatrician's Perspective on ADHD with Dr. Mona Amin 5/8/2024 SUMMARY We often talk about how supporting kids with ADHD takes a village. Building your child’s team of professionals is SO important. From educators to therapists and pediatricians, their experience and understanding…
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One in three people (and even more among people with CPTSD) report that most days they feel completely overwhelmed -- emotionally, mentally and in terms of all they have to do in a day. Just about everyone has lost at least SOME of their power to FOCUS during the last decade. For many, it’s become much harder to feel alert and peaceful inside, and …
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It’s natural to want a loving connection with your own parents. When one or both of them have either abused or neglected you, and they continue to undermine and criticize you, it can be hard to know what to do when the parent who hurt you KEEPS hurting you. Even if you love them – even if you wish you could have a good relationship -- keeping them …
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Hey, Sister-friend 👋🏽 We are doing something new. That’s right! It’s Thursday, and I have a special announcement for you. Listen to today's episode to find out more about what will be happening on Thursdays starting this month. I hope you'll be as excited about this as I am. With Healing and Love 😊 Jenniel 🌟Your Next Steps🌟 👉🏼Listen and Leave a Rev…
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Are you exploring career opportunities in Early Childhood Education? In this episode, I'm excited to share a comprehensive list of career paths that you might not have considered yet with your ECE diploma. From classroom teaching to roles in policy-making, the world of ECE is vibrant and diverse. A list of career paths available for ECE professiona…
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In this insightful episode, trauma survivor and coach Michael Unbroken shares 3 transformative strategies to help you develop self-love and healing after experiencing trauma or abuse. Discover how cultivating self-compassion through kindness, understanding and patience can radically shift your mindset. Learn the crucial role of boundary-setting for…
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Have you ever noticed that most of the theorists and philosophies in our early childhood textbooks are the same handful of men-plus-Montessori? Heather got curious….who are the women (past and present) who are influencing and informing the work we’re doing with young children. So, here’s the first installment of a new tradition–episodes in May that…
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Abuse can wreck your motivation during and even after! The 5 second rule helped me and helps many. Here is how to use it in general, and specifically after you have gone through narcissistic abuse. All my current offers! Journey to Peace 1:1 Coaching Call and Blueprint https://shethrives.thrivecart.com/journey-to-peace-coaching-blueprint/ 1:1 coach…
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In this powerful episode, Michael Unbroken hosts Dr. Hosein Kouros-Mehr, a physician-scientist and author of the book "Breakthrough: Master Your Default Mode and Thrive”. They delve into Dr. Hosein's journey from growing up as an Iranian immigrant to battling stress, addiction, and emotional trauma. Discover practical strategies to master your defa…
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Welcome back to My 70’s TV Childhood. This episode marks the 51st anniversary of "The Tomorrow People," a show that premiered on 30 April 1973, and was a gateway to a world of superhuman abilities and thrilling adventures. Join me as we explore how the Tomorrow People, equipped with their jaunting belts, navigated the challenges and adventures that…
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People who were emotionally or physically neglected, or literally abandoned in childhood often find themselves getting left by partners over and over again. The reasons feel mysterious when it's happening to you. But this is how CPTSD can damage your ability to form healthy relationships AND your perception about why this happens. In this video I e…
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