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Raising Unstoppable Teens Podcast
November 10, 2020
As a mother and victim of assault, Carlson has used her experiences to guide parents and educators as they talk to children about setting boundaries and respecting others. In this episode, Lauren answers these questions:
1. How does the topic of consent differ from the "Sex Talk"?
2. When should parents start conversations about consent?
3. How is consent more than "no means no"?
Where's Your Heart?: The Meaning
November 23, 2020
Where’s Your Heart: Championing vulnerability as a core human strength. Hosted by Royce TevisTownes and Teresa Robinson
On this week’s episode we discuss the meaning of consent with special guest, Lauren Carlson, author of Consent For Kids.
Polite Company Podcast
January 1, 2021
The podcast about all things we are told not to discuss in polite company. This 2 part interview with Lauren Carlson, the author of "My body is my own," a children's book about teaching kids boundaries. explores topics of consent and how to spot red flags of potential dangers for your child.
Touchy Subjects Podcast
Decmeber 18, 2020
When we are raising kids, we hope that we give them the tools they need to grow up to be safe, yet it seems like teaching kids about consent and boundaries is a challenge. But, it doesn't have to be! This week we sit down with the author of "Raising Kids to Understand Consent", Lauren Carlson to discuss what parents can do over the course of their child's life to help them understand boundaries.
UnSensitive! - Teaching Consent
February 17, 2021
Think about when you had “the sex talk” with your parents. What age were you? Did you even HAVE one? Or was it left to the schools, your friends, or even researching the internet to learn about the birds and the bees? Think about your current or future children for a minute – do you have a plan to talk with them, and if so, at what age. What would you think if someone told you it might be a good idea to start earlier than you think? In this episode, author Lauren Carlson addresses this and the bigger issue that this is only a small part of - consent
There comes a moment during small talk with someone new when they ask what I do for a living.
I have to immediately size this person up to see how deep they want to go. Will I give the easy “stay-at-home-mom” response that leads to more chit-chat about my children? Or do I dive in, head first, and say what I really do - but risk a totally awkward and abrupt end to the conversation?...