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Are YOU Parenting Like It Matters?

It’s easy to get caught up in the day-to-day details of parenting (and there are SO many details these days!) and lose sight of some of the important “big-picture” parenting issues, like: How are we teaching our kids our values, our morals?  What specific steps and actions can we take to help our children develop a core of confidence [...]

Thoughtful Thursday: Spring Has Sprung

In today's Thoughtful Thursday we celebrate Spring.  It's been a harsh winter for us all, and we are looking forward to the rebirth and renewal that comes with the Spring season.  As the grass grows green and the flowers bloom, let's hope that the nation can slowly awaken from its long hibernation and look forward to what comes next. [...]

How to Rate and Review GCP Podcast on Apple Podcasts

I end each post about the podcast by asking you to please rate and review on Apple Podcasts once you’ve listened.  And several of you have asked for more detailed directions on exactly how to rate and review.  (Good question, on some devices it is not so simple.)  So here are step-by-step illustrated instructions on how to rate and review [...]

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Celebrating Black History Month 2021

Here at GCP we celebrate Black History every month. But since today is the first day of the "official" Black History Month (which was established in 1967 by President Gerald Ford), we are offering a few great ways for your family to place a special focus on Black History this month. 1. Talk about your Family History. If your [...]

Making The Best of It with Nancy Redd

In this week's podcast episode, Making the Best of It with Nancy Redd, best-selling author and on-air host Nancy Redd talks about the values that stem from her Southern roots and shares some of the unexpected silver linings which have emerged from months of quarantining with her husband and their 9 & 6 year olds. You'll hear how she [...]

Getting Smart About Art with Franklin Sirmans

Why show art to an infant?  Why should we encourage our children to “get lost” in paintings? What’s the art and social justice connection? Who are some of the African-American artists whose work we and our children should get to know?  This week on the Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis podcast, Franklin Sirmans, director of Pérez Art [...]

Standardized Test Success with David Coleman

Have you been thinking/worrying about how your child does on standardized tests?  Is the SAT on your child's horizon?  This week's GCP Podcast episode is just what you need.  David Coleman, CEO of the College Board (makers of the SAT, SAT II and AP tests) joins me to share some really helpful tips for "Standardized Test Success”.  What starts [...]

Building On A Legacy of Activism : Keisha Sutton-James

It's a family affair this week on Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis, as we feature my cousin, producer and political & social activist Keisha Sutton-James.  Keisha talks about the important lessons she learned growing up with her grandfather, civil rights leader, politician and businessman Percy E. Sutton, how they shaped her life and how she shares these [...]

Holidays in the Time of Covid: Dr. Victor Carrion

Excited for the holidays?  Not Really?  This week on Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis features child and adolescent psychiatrist and our resident stress expert, Stanford University’s Dr. Victor Carrion!  Listen to our conversation to hear advice on how to get our families and ourselves through this pandemic holiday season. Hear him explain why we need to take [...]

Passionate Parenting with Erica Reid

This week on Ground Control Parenting with Carol Sutton Lewis features a great conversation with Erica Reid, the best-selling author, healthy living expert, and Founder and CEO of health and wellness living platform nécessité.  You’ll love hearing Erica relate how her passion for parenting, combined with her determination to improve her children’s health, led her to becoming a best [...]