Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel podcast

Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel

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Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my child hate us if our family escapes to China, Egypt, Myanmar, Guatemala and the Marvel Universe? She also teaches us new words: zugunruhe & resfeber.

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Love this new show - thank you Dax and Monica for bringing Dr. Wendy Mogel in.I can’t describe in enough words how much I love this new podcast. I don’t have children (yet) but loving every aspect of each sessions (so far only 2) and can’t get enough of it. I’m learning so much. It brings so much interesting perspectives on challenges parents, individuals, couples may go through, in a very honest, authentic and empathetic tone. If only my sister and her husband were fluent in English (they are french), they would subscribe to it too as there are valuables advices they could use for themselves and their cute little 7 year old twin girls. So I listen for them, and send a synopsis of what I learned that they could use... in french😍 Please do a session with parents of twins, that would be so valuable. Thanks for the new foreign word at every wrap up too! Dax and Monica, you should also invite dr. Mogel to your podcast too! Thank you guys!.Score: 5/5

BrilliantI’m absolutely loving this podcast and with 9 yo & 4yo boys in a lockdown it’s even more helpful. Thank you!!.Score: 5/5

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So excited for more!!The first two episodes of this podcast are fantastic! I am a huge fan of Armchair Expert and everything under the umbrella. This podcast is totally different, but equally as good! I work for a nonprofit that supports parents and caregivers so it was really exciting to hear Wendy’s perspective. I can’t wait for more episodes!!.Score: 5/5

May revisit but for now I’m a bit unimpressedSo far I’m hearing a lot of undercurrents of surprising misogynistic ideas and opinions in this episode and it’s a bit of a bummer. I had to turn it off about half way thru. Maybe the second half really turns around and if I revisit I will happily change my review to reflect that. As it stands I’ll stick to Dax’s experts on experts for now..Score: 1/5

Not even a parent and I find valuePretty straight forward, it’s a great show even if you are not raising little minions of yourself! I enjoy listening to real life things! Thanks!!.Score: 5/5

Great podcast!!I look forward to a new episode every week. No matter what the dynamic of the featured family, I always get at least one information nugget I can use with my own family..Score: 5/5

Adopted children are not family petsI was enjoying these episodes until I got to episode 6 and heard a transracially adopted child compared to a puppy several times, several times..Score: 1/5

Fantastic!FANTASTIC!! Loving this so much.Score: 5/5

Riveting and Helpful!I loved the first two episodes and found it incredibly interesting. I learned several great parenting tips even though my kids are teens and older than those discussed in the first two episodes. Can’t wait for more!.Score: 5/5

So boringThis is so boring and derogatory and talks to people like if they are dumb..Score: 1/5

So funny and poingantLove this. Can’t wait to continue listening.Score: 5/5

Connection and CommunityEven in the episode where the mom is a secret spy (which I am not), I could still connect to what her concerns were and heard so much good advice. It reminds me we are not alone. Dr. Mogel is so masterful in identifying what is going on for children and advocates for them to have freedom and independence so they can be their authentic selves..Score: 5/5

Dr. Wendy is amazingEveryone should listen to this podcast. Wendy is so lovely and warm in the way she speaks to parents. She can focus on their strengths while giving them really good ways to grow as parents. Even if you don’t have kids, her insights can benefit anyone who deals with humans..Score: 5/5

So valuable!Thanks for this podcast, I love it! The joy and curiosity that Dr. Wendy Mogel shows is so wonderful and genuine. She must be a delight in person. As a parent of a 13 yo boy, the strategies are very helpful. I’m working to implement them now!.Score: 5/5

Can’t wait!After listening to the intro I’m super excited for more episodes!.Score: 5/5

Great show!Love this show! As parents, we’re always second guessing ourselves and this show gives you well explained and detailed answers to questions we all ask. Thank you for this! 🥰🥰🥰.Score: 5/5

Love it, with one critique.Love the content, but the machines reversing/beeping in the background is really frustrating and pulls you out of the conversation..Score: 5/5

Purposely trying to drive listeners to insanityThe constant beeping in the background makes this the single most annoying podcast of all time.Score: 1/5

Totally relatable!Love this show! Every one I have listened too so far has something I can take away from it..Score: 5/5

A bit overwhelmingWhat an awesome deep dive into parenting advice! It is so cool to see the parents talk openly about their dynamic and some of their issues, and hearing about the different ways they can help their children grow by strong better boundaries. I thought the beeping was from my end so it didn’t bother me at all. My only problem with it is probably something I don’t want you to fix, which is that it is such an overdose of information and it makes me anxious about my non-existant kids. Keep on going about this the same way though ;).Score: 5/5

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AuthenticI have really enjoyed this podcast. I am a parent and a mental health therapist and I have found this podcast to be so helpful! I love how Dr. Mogel is real in her sessions and wow, do I appreciate a woman/practitioner who swears. She is brilliant and I just purchased her books as well after listening to all of the episodes. My only constructive criticism piece is really...I need to you to publish more content because I went through the episodes fast and I am eager for more!!! Also, is she taking on virtual clients?! 😀.Score: 5/5

My Favorite PodcastThe best ever! Look forward to this every week! So many good insights!.Score: 5/5

So richly insightfulBeautiful, progressive, playful, educational and entertaining. My new favorite parenting and self-development resource! Dr. Wendy is lovely and brilliant and sees the BIG picture of family systems..Score: 5/5

Can’t get enoughI love this show! I loved Dr. Mogel the first time I heard her on Armchair Expert. I don’t have children yet, but I am always so excited to listen to her input on the family dynamics every week.Score: 5/5

Closing wordsI love this show so much! The closing at the end has me starting a list of vocabulary words I want to remember always. Thank you to the families being vulnerable for our listening pleasure..Score: 5/5

Very HeteronormativeI like the podcast enough, but there’s a lot of talk about “moms” and “dads” and it feels very exclusionary to other families with same sex parents or gender non-conforming people..Score: 2/5

Interesting content and perspectiveI like the content and hearing Dr. Mogel talk through scenarios with families. My only critiques are that she talks too slowly at times, interrupts clients quite a bit, and the mic pics up her mouth noises..Score: 3/5

Good parental informationGreat advice for parents..Score: 5/5

GratingHer content is interesting (ish) but her voice drives me crazy. Why does she talk so slowly like everyone is stupid? I just can’t listen..Score: 2/5

Fresh and just GOODI love how Dr Wendy connects her ideas and gives balanced and rich ways of looking at all that is this journey of parenting..Score: 5/5

So good! More please!Dr. Wendy Mogel is so wonderful! I love that she is able transport me from the parents point of view as well as the child’s point of view. She is so lovely and so supportive of parents! She provides such a great perspective to consider when working with kids..Score: 5/5

Parenting is Fun!I’ve learned something with each episode. I love Dr. Mogel’s kind but no nonsense approach to parents fears and doubts. She is funny, cool and very, very knowledgeable. Keep on guiding us through this wild journey that is parenthood! 🙏🏻❤️.Score: 5/5

You dont need to be a parent...You dont need to be a parent to need Dr. Wendy ❤️ That is all..Score: 5/5

Not just for parents!!I look forward to this show every week and I don’t even have kids! The sessions feel so human, intimate, and honest. Life lessons and family dynamics you can relate to regardless of what your family structure looks like. Blessing to hear these parents share their stories, frustrations, hopes, dreams, and annoyances. Love this podcast!.Score: 5/5

Obsessed!!Obsessed is an understatement. Everything Dr. Mogel says is brilliant and can be applied to any situation. Great listen for parents, but also educators..Score: 5/5

Engaging, insightful, practical and funny!I enjoy every episode! I especially appreciate how dr mogul celebrates all aspects of family life and childhood while providing meaningful insights..Score: 5/5

Great podcast even for people without kids!I don’t have kids but I LOVE this podcast. Which may seem weird but I have nieces I absolutely adore and at some point (maybe?) will have kids of my own and this feels extremely helpful! Even though I can’t relate to most of what’s talked about I find it extremely beneficial to listen to and process the trials and tribulations of parenting. It seems really great to get ahead of these things before becoming a parent..Score: 5/5

Wonderful!A beautiful listen. Would you consider an episode on parental alienation? I have walked beside my husband through a painful journey of rejection. We find that there is more need for discussion and mainstream understanding of this heartbreaking phenomenon that damages children and those who love them. Thank you for this podcast!.Score: 5/5

Inspiring and Super EducationalThis show and Dr. Wendy Mogel spark ideas in me to better myself, my relationship with my partner & my kid. I find myself laughing and awakening with every episode. Thank you Dr. and families!.Score: 5/5

LameLame Democratic bull crap..Score: 1/5

Love this podcast!I’m a new mother and I absolutely love listening to this podcast! Dr. Wendy is so fascinating and insightful to listen too! I could listen to her all day! I love her unique voice and I’m so excited to hear more episodes!! Keep em coming!!❤️❤️❤️.Score: 5/5

Excellent!So helpful for parenting tips & tricks!.Score: 5/5

Great podcast!Such great practical advice and very interesting families. One of my new favorite podcasts..Score: 5/5

Can’t stop listeningThe way Wendy delivers her information just works for me! I am soaking up every word and feeling more empowered as a parent and a partner. Anxiously awaiting new episodes. Well done!.Score: 5/5

Love thisGreat listen for parents. Funny, sweet, emotional! All of the feels!.Score: 5/5

Absolutely love it!I remember her interview with Dax Shepard and how insightful and interesting she was. I’m so excited she has her own podcast. As a mom and wife it’s so helpful to hear others stories and apply her advice in my own life where ever it may fit..Score: 5/5

Amazing!This podcast is wonderful! All three episodes so far have had so many “Ah- Ha!” moments. Wendy is magical and really cuts through the b.s. in such a clear but kind way. I look forward to each episode and despite each family’s situation being different, it is easy to find lots of relatable content. Another gem from the Armchair Umbrella!.Score: 5/5

Never too late to nurtureI love this podcast! As a parent of teens it has taught me to listen before I react - what “language” are they using right now. How can I respond better in a nurturing way,.Score: 5/5

Love the conversations and the new words from Dr Mogel!This show is such a great addition to the Armchair Umbrella. The insights from Dr Mogel are great for anyone who relates to other humans, not just parents. The words she introduces at the end of each episode always make my day!.Score: 5/5

Fabulous showI absolutely love Dr Wendy’s mind. Her perspective is so fantastic. I love this show.Score: 5/5

ObsessedCouldn’t imagine a better podcast. So much wisdom. I would recommend it to anyone..Score: 5/5

My favorite parenting podcastI’m a Mom to a 7 year old daughter. I’ve co-parented with my daughters Dad, my ex-husband, for 6 years since our divorce and I’ve been remarried 4 out of those 6 years. I’m also an only child raising an only child. It’s an interesting dynamic to say the least. This podcast is one of my ultimate favorites because I didn’t have siblings growing up, so I never saw my parents parenting other children. The first time I changed a diaper in my life was the day I birthed my daughter. I love hearing Dr Mogel’s advice on how to parent children with personalities and traits I’ve never been exposed to. It helps me so much with being a Mom, not only my daughter, but to the other children in our lives. I also feel it’s subtly preparing me for the parenting journey ahead. I recommend this podcast to all my friends. Thank you for leaving us with this gem. 💖.Score: 5/5

Amazing!I look forward to your show every week! Thank you for your wisdom and insight!.Score: 5/5

Oof.A swing and a miss. She talks rather harshly about children, at one point telling one couple that their kids are “just little dumb children.” She often prioritizes what’s most convenient for the adults over what’s best for the children in her advice. Yikes..Score: 1/5

FakeThese families are so fake!.Score: 1/5

Can’t MissI love this podcast. She is so good and so practical. I am a mom of an 18 month old and I am finding her perspective so valuable!.Score: 5/5

SO good!I’m not one to leave reviews on, well, anything. But this podcast is too good not to! Dr. Wendy is incredibly knowledgeable and is clearly passionate about what she does which makes this an exciting to listen!.Score: 5/5

Constantly talking over the guestsWendy seems like a nice person and I’m sure she means well but dear god it’s painful to listen to because she’s constantly interrupting or talking over the guests. She asks them a question or to describe a situation and they’ve barely gotten a sentence out before she interrupts! And she never apologizes! It comes across as very rude and makes the show hard to listen to. Also this really only focuses on rich privileged parents..Score: 1/5

Love Love LoveThis show is so sweet and funny and enlightening. It’s great if you have kids or if you don’t. I look forward to each new show..Score: 5/5

Insightful, Relatable, Educational.Even if you’re not in need of any parental advice, this podcast offers such amazing insight. Each week is a different family set-up/dynamic with varying issues and difficulties. All relatable concerns with comforting solutions. Even though I don’t always directly relate to the discussed topics, I always connect, and am at least extremely invested and educated by the end of each episode..Score: 5/5

Great parenting show!I of course found this from Armchair expert and so glad they did this spin off show. She is such a great story teller and offers great guidance to the families on each episode..Score: 5/5

Useful but needs diversityI enjoy listening to her practical advice. She appeals to many mainstream issues and coming-of-age themes that are relevant to today. I would like to hear about some more extreme instances though. Most of the issues are pretty “soft” and relate to families that have very minor issues. Many families are experiencing issues that need more immediate attention-something relatable but also feeling self conscience of. Just a thought....Score: 3/5

Wish I had this 3 years ago during my divorce!Such great and practical advice! Learn new tips and tricks each episode. I love how she flips the script and allows the guests to speak their actual inner voices and thoughts that we all have..Score: 5/5

Interesting and thought-provokingThis podcast is a must-listen even though I’m not a parent. It’s great for helping extended family interact with kids and family and reflect on our own patterns. Plus I love all the new words!.Score: 5/5

Anyone else hear background “beep beep beep”I’m a huge fan of the content, but particularly in the first episode, I keep hearing in the background the noise of a construction truck backing up. Anyone else?!?.Score: 5/5

Master wordsmithWendy is a master at stringing words together. I listen to her so intently that I sometimes forget to breathe. The way that she picks up on every nuance- inflection, breath, sound, etc. and always gets to the root of the issue is beyond masterful. Her advice is direct and always seems achievable. I just adore her. 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽.Score: 5/5

Parenting mustWith little ones (2.5 years and 4.5 months) this is so insightful and perspective-giving, love Dr Wendy’s pearls.Score: 5/5

Thank you!This podcast is a gift. It’s wonderful listening to parents talk about the same things I’m going through with my kids. Dr. Mogel’s perspective is so refreshing and inspiring. Every parent should take a listen.Score: 5/5

Insightful learning experience!I truly appreciate this podcast. I’ve learned so much and Mr. Wendy provides many ideas and suggestions that can be applied to life situations and relationships!.Score: 5/5

Great contentLove listening to this podcast and finding ways to relate..Score: 5/5

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Love itI love how we can all see ourselves in elements of the true stories. This is a great podcast with a host who is witty and has a great personality. I really enjoy it!.Score: 5/5

Brilliant, non-condescending parental helpI love listening to Dr Wendy! I get the best parenting ideas/toddler taming advice from listening to her podcast. Her advice is helpful, sometimes funny, relatable, non-judgemental. It always strikes the right tone..Score: 5/5

Insightful, relevant and with a few laughsI’ve never written a review before despite enjoying and listening loyally to many podcasts. I thoroughly enjoyed the first two episodes. This style of ‘therapeutic’ podcast with real parents is very interesting and Dr Wendy is a wonderful listener and very good at putting things in to a language for the parents and listeners to understand and relate to. I stopped listening to parenting podcasts because it felt overwhelming and further added to feelings of not being able to ‘do it all’ or raise the ‘perfect children’. I am so glad to have found this podcast and took so much from both episodes. It was great to be able to laugh and enjoy the light moments as well. Looking forward to the next episode!.Score: 5/5

My new favourite pod cast! Don’t tell DaxI never thought I could really be engaged, inspired AND educated in a pod cast, often just “tuning in to tune out” but this podcast and Dr Wendy is actually fantastic. I am a single mum and really resonated with Brooke in episode 2. I picked up on some similarities and behaviour traits that I do myself with my kids and Wendy did a great job of inspiring changes that are reasonable, practical and so beneficial for the long run. Dr Wendy is engaging, spirited and my new go to guru! And I am loving the word of the episode too, it’s very unique and it’s always lovely to find currents that flow through cultures that bind us all..Score: 5/5

BrilliantI am waiting anxiously for more!.Score: 5/5

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Nurture vs Nurture with Dr. Wendy Mogel Podcast Episodes

Family #11: Ava & Quincy

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my child hate us if our family escapes to China, Egypt, Myanmar, Guatemala and the Marvel Universe? She also teaches us new words: zugunruhe & resfeber.

Family #10: Anne

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my son hate me if we’re happy together? She also teaches us new words: kinehora & irusu.

Family #9: Mike & Kim

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my child hate me if I love death metal? She also teaches us a new word: akihi

Family #8: Tina

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my child hate me if I voted for Joe Biden? Will my child hate me because I ruined Christmas? She also teaches us a new word: sturmfrei

Family #7: Sherri & Max

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my children hate me if I love my wife? Will they hate us for our crazy life? She also teaches us new words: gilgil & hiraeth

Family #6: Diane & Mike

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my children hate me if I don’t give them equal time? She also teaches us a new word: uitwaaien

Family #5: Victoria & Elise

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my children hate me if I don’t allow them to curse in the bakery? She also teaches us new words: friluftsliv and iktsuarpok.

Family #4: Rhutu & Avikar

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will my children hate me if I’m strict? Will they hate me if I’m not? She also teaches us new words: etterpåklokskap & mamihlapinatapei

Family #3: Joan & Todd

Dr. Mogel answers the question: Will our children hate us for a bucolic childhood on the farm? She also teaches us new words: poronkusema & mbuki-mvuki

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