Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE

Friendships & Feelings

March 08, 2021 AMAZE.org Season 2 Episode 5
Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE
Friendships & Feelings
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Become an Askable Parent with AMAZE
Friendships & Feelings
Mar 08, 2021 Season 2 Episode 5
AMAZE.org

The pandemic has created so many challenges, among them, how to handle friendships and feelings. In this episode, you’ll hear from licensed clinical professional counselor, certified professional school counselor, journalist, and author Phyllis Fagell. Phyllis and host Christine Koh talk about building character and confidence during hard times, how friendships -- and the social landscape -- are playing out during the pandemic, productive ways to lean into feelings, and how parents and caregivers can best support kids who are experiencing big feelings.

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Become An Askable Parent is a podcast from AMAZE.org. AMAZE creates free educational videos + resources to help families talk openly, honestly, and less awkwardly about sex, health, relationships + growing up. The goal of the podcast is to help parents learn how to communicate better (even when they don’t have all the answers!) so their kids know that they can ask them anything. 

Connect with AMAZE.org on YouTube (@amazeparents), Facebook (@amazeparents), Instagram (@amazeparents) and Twitter (@amazeorg).

Show Notes

The pandemic has created so many challenges, among them, how to handle friendships and feelings. In this episode, you’ll hear from licensed clinical professional counselor, certified professional school counselor, journalist, and author Phyllis Fagell. Phyllis and host Christine Koh talk about building character and confidence during hard times, how friendships -- and the social landscape -- are playing out during the pandemic, productive ways to lean into feelings, and how parents and caregivers can best support kids who are experiencing big feelings.

Links:

Become An Askable Parent is a podcast from AMAZE.org. AMAZE creates free educational videos + resources to help families talk openly, honestly, and less awkwardly about sex, health, relationships + growing up. The goal of the podcast is to help parents learn how to communicate better (even when they don’t have all the answers!) so their kids know that they can ask them anything. 

Connect with AMAZE.org on YouTube (@amazeparents), Facebook (@amazeparents), Instagram (@amazeparents) and Twitter (@amazeorg).