What iTunes Reviewers are Saying about On Middle Ground Podcast
Great podcast! Helpful for my family. I’m a 2E parent, pareting 2 – 2E kids! I struggled in school, with little to no support. Almost didn’t graduate. With the support my kids are thriving, I’m excited for tools like this to help me parent and learn what I was never taught.
If you have a teen at home you need to listen to this!
Adrianne is one of the smartest parents I know. The way she parents is the way I believe we should all parent our children. Reaching and empowering teens is one of her passions and that shows through on each of these podcasts. She, along with guest experts, shares strategies for parenting tweens and teens. If you have a tween or teen at home, make this podcast a MUST LISTEN! You’ll be happy you did!
Great New Podcast!
I love this podast! It’s full of practical tips and encouragement to help parents support their teens and tweens during the tricky middle school years. Very helpful.
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School doesn't always go as we had imagined for our kids. Social problems, not being challenged or the opposite, too much challenging work--many reasons to be frustrated with the traditional school experience. Remember Never Been Kissed with Drew Barrymore? I think...read more
Ugh....Study skills and test prep. I know it's important to teach my son. Often I neglect to think about the long term effect of not teaching this life skill. To motivate me more, I like to think of the contrasting stories of Les and his twin sister Natalie on...read more
| This post contains affiliate links | Over the decades, we’ve laughed at Wayne and Garth living in the basement, giggled at Tripp failing to launch out of his childhood room, and almost wet our pants laughing at Matt Foley living in a van down by the river. These...read more
|This post contains affiliate links| Dust billowed behind us, I felt liberated! Music and wind blew through my hair. Next to me was my best friend. Driving was a blast. We turned onto a long dirt road and I pounded down the gas pedal. Living in the country, no one...read more
| This post contains affiliate links | In the seventh grade classroom, parents filled every seat and stood along the walls too as I listened to my son’s teacher explain classroom policies. As I scanned the room, I could see looks of concern on parent’s faces as they...read more
Listen on Google Play Listen on iTunes Out of the corner of my eye I could see her small frame shrinking. She looked down and twirled her pencil in both hands. We had been working on a math problem about fractions for some time. A frustrated expression came across her...read more