Great Resources for Parents from Around the Web

Every once in a while I put up a post with some of my favorite parenting articles from around the web for my readers who are too busy to read a bazillion blogs. Here are some recent favorites:

GeekDad Podcast: This show is so great. If you are Dad…or even if you are not, you should absoltuely listen to Ken Denmead, Chris Anderson and Matt Blum talk everything parenting.

Jen and Barb Show: How Do You Show Your Kids Love Is an amazing episode. I mean, Jen and Barb always do a great job, but this show is relevant to every parent.

Here is the one I was on:


The Chaos Chronicles: Love this show and the most recent podcast (#403) is a great listen.

Christine Carter: Staying Together For the Kids: I love all of Christine’s writings at Raising Happiness. but this piece for the Huffington post is a great read.

Dr. Robyn’s Blog: Teaching Children to Be Fair: Dr. Robyn has some great videos and this one is especially relevant. I remember constantly yelling at my mom that ‘things were just soooooo unfair!”

10 Essential Books for Rising Entrepreneurs by David Siteman Garland: Love this post and we have a lot of momtrepreneurs and teen entrepreneurs on this site so I know it is relevant for you!

Parenting Intuitives: Intuitive Intelligence: I have been very lucky to work with Tara Paterson on a webinar, but always love reading her articles. This article on parenting intuitive children is fabulous (almost as fabulous as her book!).

How to Find the Best Drug Treatments for Teens: This is a hard topic but a great article in Time.

Mom, I don’t want to talk about it by Annie Fox: I love this article and think it is a very accurate description of communication kinks that can happen between parents and teens.

Stacey Kannenberg’s Twitter Feed: Stacey is a mogul in the industry and constantly has her finger on the parenting pulse. If you want lots of updates in one place, her Twitter feed is a great place to start.

Shaping Youth: Video Games in Schools: Amy Jussel does a great job of keeping readers up to date on how new advancements in media and technology are affecting our kids and families.

Donna Fenn’s Twitter Feed: If you are interested in young entrepreneurs or how Gen Y is changing the workplace, Donna Fenn’s book and Twitter feed are loaded with info.

The Joy Of Chaos on Momma Said: This is one of Jen Singer’s older articles, but it read just like my house growing up. Love this cover of the morning routine.

At What Age Should My Child Have A Cell Phone by Betsy Brown Braun: This is the new age-old question, isn’t it? Love Betsy’s take.

What Kids Search for…On Ask Marian’s blog Marian Merritt posts the top terms kids search in entertainment. You probably won’t be that surprised, but interesting none-the-less.

Teens and Cheating in School by Sue Blaney I think this an issue most teens face: to cheat or not to cheat? I liked this article by Sue a lot.

Kids and Thank You Notes by Kathy Sena: Oh, Kathy is speaking to an issue close to my heart! How do we get kids in the habit of being more grateful? Here is one way…

New View of Targets and Bullies by Anne Collier: I find myself bookmarking almost every single one of Anne’s amazing posts. Bullying is a hot topic right now and this is a great new perspective on the bullying relationship.

Larry Magid on A Parent’s Guide to Facebook: Larry has an amazing column on everything tech and his connect safely site with Anne Collier offer a wealth of info. I like this post on Facebook for parents!

Kids Get Hip to Online Reputations by Robin Raskin: This is a great post on the current states of kids and how they treat their online reputations, thanks Robin!

Does Your Child Have Allergies or Asthma? Answers to the Most Common Questions Parents Ask: This article by Susan Heim is great for parents of kids with Asthma.

So you think Gen Y’s the Problem? Let’s Talk to Mark Zuckerberg: Bea Fields has a great resource on Gen Y and I think this article is spot on.

Daniel Darling This is website featuring my blogs, articles, books, and podcasts. The purpose of my ministry is to help parents and teens build a foundation of faith that will carry them through life. I also write a weekly teen column for

The CyberHood Watch is an online digital community of responsible cybercitizens. The digital gap between Children, Home, Work, and narrowing that gap is doable. Empowering the community, maintaining a safe online life-style, & enjoying the Internet safely are a primary focus for Dave & Bill.

Tanya Yvonne This blog is about writing fiction and the YA market!

Teenage Brains Are Different by Sarah Newton: This is a great podcast by Sarah and speaks to how some of the parent/teen miscommunication is merely science!

Safe Social by Ypulse: I really like this article on the differences between teens and parents on social networks!

How to Talk to Your Teen About Dating Violence by Kaycee Jane: This serious and important topic is really essential for parents.

Can a mother get a witness: Bipolar Disorder in Children A very serious and interesting post by Judy Kirkwood.


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