Julieta Returns, Child Problems, Sons & Daughters, Bad People, & Financial Responsibility (37m) – Episode 403

Episode 403 has Skyler and Julieta giving their commentary on the following questions from Quora: “If you are giving complete freedom to your child to live his or her life however they want, if some problem arises should they face it alone?”; “Do fathers treat sons and daughters differently?”; “Are parents really responsible if their child becomes a bad person?”; and “How long are your parents financially responsible for you?”

Childhood Freedom, Not Having Children, Bad Fathers, & Advice to My Children (33m) – Episode 383

Episode 383 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following questions from Quora: “Why don’t children have any freedom beyond what their parents give them?”; “Why does choosing not to have children still make so many people argue?”; “What characteristics make a bad father?”; and “What is that one piece of advice that you would surely give your child?”

Family Obligations, Connection, Childhood Play, Friendship, & Dreams (27m) – Episode 367

Episode 367 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following questions from Quora: “Should children be obliged to give something back to their parents?”; “How do I deal with this? I live together with my friend, his 10-year old son is living with us. I know I am not his parent, but I do am an adult and feel like he should listen to me. He feels like he can do whatever he wants in the house.”; “Is it okay to bring young children to a public park if you don’t want them to interact with other children?”; “Can a father be friends with his son?”; and “What are your dreams for your children?”

The Best Things to Learn about Raising Children (37m) – Episode 275

Episode 275 has Skyler giving his commentary on the following topics: using an essay by Leo Babauta of ZenHabits.net, he looks at 18 of the best things to learn about raising children; loving your children unconditionally; helicopter parenting; the harmful effects of harsh discipline; self-directed education; learning independence; democratic family decision-making; leading your children by example; parental contrition; shielding children from sex, drugs, and technology; giving children space; recognizing that your children should be allowed to become their own person; and more.