I part two of our “Perspectives” series we’re asking Madison’s thoughts on another set of interesting questions. This week we’ll talk about parenting, relationships and technology related questions.
In our first segment we’ll get her perspectives on fathers taking paternity leave, should companies market to children, whether or not there’s too much of an attitude of entitlement in today’s youth and more.
Our second segment will find out of age matters in relationships, is it ok for girls to ask out boys, can you just be friends after breaking up with someone, whether it’s ok to date the ex-partner of you friend and more.
We’ll wrap up with technology when we find out if we’re too dependent on computers, are cell phones dangerous, is technology a convenience or a burden, is technology a threat to privacy and more.
This week to dive back into our Questions and Answers series and get to know Madison a bit more. We’re talking topics ranging from Money and Professions to Family and Friends and Education.
We’ll learn this week if Madison would rather be a boss or an employee, whether she believes money can buy happiness, how she defines success and more when it comes to money and professions.
In our Family and Friends segment we’ll find out what Madison thinks it is that makes our family amazing, what it takes to make a happy family, and which friends she thinks I like best of hers and much more.
We’ll close out the podcast with a series of questions on Education. We’ll find out what she’s learned in school that she thinks is most useful, what her easiest and hardest classes are,, and what the most important part of school is along with a bunch of other questions.
What is defiant behavior? Does your teen exhibit symptoms of it? Is there a medical reason for it? We attempt to answer these questions in this weeks episode of the show. We’ll also talk about the suspect causes of this type of behavior, the typical risk factors associated with defiant behavior and strategies for dealing with defiant teens and Oppositional Defiant Disorder or ODD.