In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

In It: Raising Kids Who Learn and Think Differently

Published by: Understood
7 Episodes | First Released: Dec 13 '18
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TIF & REL
Aug 29 '19
Rating:   10
Love This

Please post more episodes!! Such an informative, thoughtful and touching resource for me as a parent of a dyslexic learner with inattentive ADHD.

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freddiespaghetti
May 28 '19
Rating:   8
Where did it go?

Started out strong, really helpful with great insight, and then just disappeared. I hope they come back soon and pick up where they left off.

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Phyxius333
Mar 28 '19
Rating:   8
Needed, Appreciated, Desired

This podcast was needed by parents everywhere. Ive just stared listening to old episodes and I’m sad there aren’t more.I’m giving this 4stars because I think this is great for what it is and that we need more of it. I will say though that I don’t quite agree with everything (for example the discipline episode included always following through on a threat/punishment without the needed addendum to ‘make sure your punishment/threat is realistic and appropriate’ or decide if whatever they are doing is a problem for you/someone else or a real problem, eg is it just irritating or is it actually something ‘wrong’ (very few things tend to fall into that category). I’ll be emailing them with more direct feedback that I hope they read.Hope to hear more from this podcast soon!

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stacytennessee
Feb 27 '19
Rating:   10
Great conversations!

So thankful to not feel alone in raising a child with ADHD.

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NotovaryActing
Feb 26 '19
Rating:   10
Great resource!

I appreciate the insight offered from the hosts & guests

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Maos
Feb 17 '19
Rating:   10
Been waiting for a long time for this ‘cast

Updated to add: The episodes so far have been both interesting and informative. It's great to hear the voices of other people going through similar things to what my family and I are dealing with all the time. And the experts sound kind and caring as well as authoritative. It's nice to hear suggestions from people who both know what they are talking about and understand that we parents have legitimate concerns. Parenting is hard and parenting a kid with issues is even harder. It’s so lonely and scary and it feels like the whole system is set up to frustrate you and your kid. Finding a podcast of stories from other people who are going through the same (or similar) issues is such a relief I almost started to cry.The first episode was TOO SHORT. I know, it’s a “teaser.” Consider me teased.

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TSK313
Feb 5 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent!

Love that this podcast combines stories from families and advice from experts!

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SarahBNC
Jan 29 '19
Rating:   10
Thank you!

This is so helpful. I can’t wait to hear more.

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DC Czarina
Jan 17 '19
Rating:   10
Like finding an oasis in the desert

TILT Parenting is the bar by which I judge other special needs parenting podcasts — and this much newer podcast has the same blend of information, empathy, humor and practical considerations for those of us in the partnering trenches with our “differently wired” (to use Debbie Reber’s term) kids. Can’t wait for more! ❤️👍🏼😀

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Lmingall
Jan 15 '19
Rating:   10
THANK YOU

Only two episodes in, and I’ve LOLed and cried! Thank you for providing this support and resource to parents who can feel utterly alone (even when we know statistically that we’re not!). I’m already spreading the word and can’t wait for future episodes!

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