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Parents' Perspective is an award-winning weekly radio program, airing on radio stations across the country and around the world. For a list of stations, click here, or check out our list of available podcasts to listen online or download to your MP3 player.

Hundreds of thousands of listeners across the U.S. and (via American Forces Radio) around the world tune in weekly to Parents' Perspective. Caring adults find help with topics as diverse as schools in a stressful time, parents as advocates, stepfamilies, playground safety, risk-taking behavior, toddlers and media, helping children learn to manage money, and what teens want their parents to know. Fifty per cent of listeners are male. Experts in such fields as child development, medicine, nutrition, psychiatry, education, sports, social work, child care, and law enforcement provide up to date information and resources.

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Guests are frequently world renowned, often entertaining, and always stimulating. The daughter of a terrorist discussed helping children reject hatred; a county executive related how he dealt with anxious residents during sniper attacks; a social worker (who is also a bereaved parent) provided encouragement and support for parents who have lost a child; and a psychologist with adult children in the armed forces discussed issues arising when soldiers return to their families.

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137. Values First

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136. Asthma

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135. Violence in Media

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134. Raising Gay and Lesbian Kids

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133. Schools in a Stressful Time

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131. Childcare (II)

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