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Janice shares from her book in an article on Thrive. What we can do to help our kids build self-confidence? We can start by focusing on positive self-talk and celebrating small successes. Studies show that, whether big or small, celebrations…

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FOX 29 Philadelphia

Interview with FOX 29 Philadelphia Good Day Philadelphia. Dr. Janice Johnson Dias, author of Parent Like It Matters: How to Raise Joyful, Change-Making Girls.   Source: FOX 29 Philadelphia Program: Good Day Philadelphia Recorded on April 6, 2021 Original link

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YourTeen Interview

Your Teen Magazine

Jody Podl, Your Teen Magazine interviews Dr. Janice Johnson Dias on the difference between happiness and joy.   Source: Your Teen Magazine Title: An Inspiring Interview with Marley Dias’ Mom, Dr. Janice Johnson Dias Date: March 20, 2021 Author: Jody…

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Austin 360

An interview with Austin 360 newspaper with Janice Johnson Dias about her book Parent Like It Matters.   Source: Austin 360 Title: Build your joy and energy, new book 'Parent Like It Matters' advises Recorded on March 15, 2021 Author:…

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What Fresh Hell

In this conversation, Janice explains how we can embolden both our daughters and our sons to find their passions– but only by finding our own passions first. Janice argues that change-making is the path to true joy.   Source: What…

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live above the noise podcast

Above the Noise Podcast

In Episode 33, Wayne and Rob talk with renowned sociologist and activist, Dr. Janice Johnson Dias. Dr. Johnson Dias is the author of the important new book, “PARENT LIKE IT MATTERS: How to Raise Joyful, Change-Making Girls”. She’s the co-creator of the GrassROOTS Community…

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Hoda Jenna Interview 3-3-21

Today Show Interview

“Parent Like It Matters” author Janice Johnson Dias joins Hoda and Jenna to share her tips for parenting children with big dreams. She tells the co-hosts her six rules, which include making sure her daughter gets enough sleep, giving her…

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J.ILL the Podcast


The relationships children have with their mothers are so diverse and dynamic. But many of us expect our mothers to be our provider, our teacher, our savior, and our source of comfort. When we are naive, growing children, it's hard…

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