HHTR Flashback Favorite – Launching Kids into Life: Supporting Our Children as They Transition Back to School and Beyond with Jessica Lahey & Julie Lythcott-Haims
Original Air Date Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Raising a capable, competent, and resilient human being is what most parents strive for…
But, how to achieve that goal may go against their nurturing nature. This is why Host, Lisa Cypers Kamen asked parenting gurus, Jessica Lahey and Julie Lythcott-Haims for tips on how parents can guide without guilt.
Does something in this conversation resonate with you? Are you in need of a professional speaker who can elevate your tribe & enliven your culture? Lisa Cypers Kamen is an award-winning speaker, author & happiness expert who facilitates life-changing presentations for organizations of any size. The science is clear, happier people thrive in life. If you are ready to inject joy into your organization, find out which program is best for you at Lisa’s Live Events.
Jessica Lahey is an educator, writer, and speaker. She is an English and writing teacher, correspondent for the Atlantic, commentator for Vermont Public Radio, and writes the “Parent-Teacher Conference” column for the New York Times. She is the author of the New York Times bestselling book, The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed.
Julie Lythcott-Haims spent a decade as Dean of Freshmen at Stanford University, where she received the Dinkelspiel Award for her contributions to the undergraduate experience. A mother of two teenagers, she has spoken and written widely on the phenomenon of helicopter parenting, and her work has appeared in a TED Talk and two TEDx Talks as well as in the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, Forbes, and Parents. She holds degrees from Stanford, Harvard Law School, and California College of the Arts, and is a member of the San Francisco Writers Grotto.
This episode is generously sponsored by PrepDish.com a healthy meal planning service delivered to your inbox with love!
“It’s not about what makes us proud of our kids, it’s about what makes our kids proud of themselves.” — @JessLahey Click To Tweet“Parents need to put themselves out of a job.” — @DeanJulie Click To Tweet“We tend to become comfortable and complacent in a lot of our primary relationships.” Wisdom from @LisaKamen Click To TweetOver-parent much? How you can empower your kid to live their own life. @HH_TalkRadio Click To Tweet
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