Paige Wolf, author of Spit That Out: The Overly Informed Parent’s Guide to Raising Healthy Kids in the Age of Environmental
Please check out this WONDERFUL video of my daughter, India interviewing her 80-year-old grandfather whom we call "Ajja" for the Huffington Post #TalkToMe video series. The #TalkToMe series is an effort not only for people to look for knowledge and wisdom closer to home but also to bring the Huff Post global family closer as well!
"I have really benefitted from watching my mother start her own business, and I've been able to apply some of these business
I am very close to all three of my sons, and they know they can ask me anything they want, whenever they want. A few weeks ago, they took me up on it. We discussed my journey as a safety professional, what it was like to grow up abroad, my biggest hopes for their future -- and even my worst Christmas present.
Play games and listen to your children. You may be a disciplinarian during the day but, every night make sure you listen to them carefully in this 1-on-1 time alone. Before going to bed ask them these three questions.
Sitting down with our parents for honest, face-to-face conversation can be meaningful, enlightening, and maybe even a little scary... But in this instance, it was an HONOR to interview my Mom for the Huff Post's #TalkToMe series.
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Sitting down together in the quiet sanctuary of Marble Collegiate Church, Senior Minister, Dr. Michael B. Brown and stepdaughter
Thanks to Huffington Post's #TalktoMe series, I was able to enjoy such a time with my daughter while talking about my fears. We live in different states and at times when I miss her, I watch this video and smile.
Our family's histories live on through us. We can all learn from the past. These lessons have the ability to fuel -- and to heal -- our futures.
Spoiler Alert: People are nice! So why is the majority of the American population still hesitant when it comes to walking up to strangers to ask for help or to engage in conversation?
My mother and father illegally left communist Hungary in 1969 and came to America to start their lives afresh. Like hundreds of thousands of other Eastern Europeans living under the oppressive Soviet Union regime, my father wanted a better life. In America, he found what he was looking for and prospered.
My 27-year-old son, Ben Landmesser, is an actor in Los Angeles and had some interesting questions of me as an artist and as a son.
Layla: Thanks for coming to the show, see you on the next show Brett: OK, we'll see you on the next show I was honored to
Our #TalkToMe video is a lighthearted yet authentic conversation between me and our older daughter, Isha -- a wise young lady.
We gave #TalktoMe the Adventures in Co-parenting treatment and had Jackson interview both of us -- his mom, Katie, and stepmom, Julie -- and ask us some hard-hitting questions about co-parenting, role models, and our favorite memories.