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Your Teen with Sue and Steph

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Your Teen with Sue and Steph

Your Teen with Sue and Steph

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Susan Borison and Stephanie Silverman, best friends and co-founders of Your Teen Media, bring their magazine to life with this podcast. From interviews with experts and authors to discussions of trending topics and personal stories, Your Teen with Sue and Steph is an essential guide for raising teens today.

Latest Episodes

Boys & Sex: How To Change the Toxic Locker Room Banter

The phrase "boys will be boys" has taken on new life (and new meaning) in 2020. From the condemnation of dozens of high-profile men in the media, to conflicting messages about consent and pleasure in today's hyper-accessible world of pornography, the lives of teenage boys are more complicated than ever. Peggy Orenstein, author of "Boys & Sex," is here to discuss her findings with Sue and Steph.

32 MIN3 d ago
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Boys & Sex: How To Change the Toxic Locker Room Banter

Neurodiversity: How one mom became an advocate for her son

Debbie Reber is the founder of Tilt Parenting, an online community aimed at helping parents raise differently-wired kids from a place of confidence. In this episode of Your Teen, Debbie explains her approach to positive parenting in a world that's not always so accommodating to the neurodiverse.

32 MIN2 w ago
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Neurodiversity: How one mom became an advocate for her son

College Admissions: It's All In Your Story

In many ways, the college admissions process can feel like a lottery. What can applicants do to set themselves apart from the crowd? Julie Kim, college admissions expert, has some innovative ideas for teens and parents looking to create an exceptional college application.

27 MINJAN 21
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College Admissions: It's All In Your Story

ICYMI: The Kids Are Alright After All

We're dropping this episode in your feeds again this week, just in case you missed it in the holiday hubbub! A tell-all by Zach and Jessica, kids of Steph and Sue. The twenty-year-olds reveal high school secrets: what they got away with, what their moms should and should not have worried about, and what they now appreciate most about Steph and Sue's parenting choices.

35 MINJAN 7
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ICYMI: The Kids Are Alright After All

The Kids Are Alright After All

A tell-all by Zach and Jessica, kids of Steph and Sue. The twenty-year-olds reveal high school secrets: what they got away with, what their moms should and should not have worried about, and what they now appreciate most about Steph and Sue's parenting choices.

35 MIN2019 DEC 24
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The Kids Are Alright After All

An Education in Boys

Raisinng boys mostly involves brotherly brawls and boundless energy, right? Partially, yes, but in the experience of Jennifer Fink, mother of four and creator of BuildingBoys.net, raising sons is much more than just snips, snails, and puppydogs' tails.

30 MIN2019 DEC 10
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An Education in Boys

How College Makes or Breaks Us

In a dream world, your teen should attend the most selective college they're admitted to... right? Paul Tough, author of "The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us," joins Sue and Steph to bring his perspective on this subject, in addition to shedding some light on the baseline inequity that's inherent to the traditional college admissions process.

40 MIN2019 NOV 26
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How College Makes or Breaks Us

Can't You Just Try and Be Pleasant?

Lian Dolan of Satellite Sisters joins Sue and Steph for some good old-fashioned gab, sharing stories of sisterhood, life behind the microphone, and keeping the familial peace.

26 MIN2019 NOV 12
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Can't You Just Try and Be Pleasant?

A Your Teen Halloween

Celebrate Halloween with a fun-sized episode from Sue and Steph! They discuss Your Teen's complicated relationship with Halloween, Producer Hannah reads some spooky Facebook comments, and Lian Dolan shares why we should be generous Halloween night.

16 MIN2019 OCT 29
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A Your Teen Halloween

Do Popular Kids Really "Peak" In High School?

Would abolishing homecoming courts radically reinvent the traditional social hierarchy of American high schools? Dr. Robert Faris thinks it just might. Join Steph and Sue for a conversation with Dr. Faris as he demystifies the changing landscape of social status among teens.

35 MIN2019 OCT 15
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Do Popular Kids Really "Peak" In High School?

Latest Episodes

Boys & Sex: How To Change the Toxic Locker Room Banter

The phrase "boys will be boys" has taken on new life (and new meaning) in 2020. From the condemnation of dozens of high-profile men in the media, to conflicting messages about consent and pleasure in today's hyper-accessible world of pornography, the lives of teenage boys are more complicated than ever. Peggy Orenstein, author of "Boys & Sex," is here to discuss her findings with Sue and Steph.

32 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Boys & Sex: How To Change the Toxic Locker Room Banter

Neurodiversity: How one mom became an advocate for her son

Debbie Reber is the founder of Tilt Parenting, an online community aimed at helping parents raise differently-wired kids from a place of confidence. In this episode of Your Teen, Debbie explains her approach to positive parenting in a world that's not always so accommodating to the neurodiverse.

32 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Neurodiversity: How one mom became an advocate for her son

College Admissions: It's All In Your Story

In many ways, the college admissions process can feel like a lottery. What can applicants do to set themselves apart from the crowd? Julie Kim, college admissions expert, has some innovative ideas for teens and parents looking to create an exceptional college application.

27 MINJAN 21
Comments
College Admissions: It's All In Your Story

ICYMI: The Kids Are Alright After All

We're dropping this episode in your feeds again this week, just in case you missed it in the holiday hubbub! A tell-all by Zach and Jessica, kids of Steph and Sue. The twenty-year-olds reveal high school secrets: what they got away with, what their moms should and should not have worried about, and what they now appreciate most about Steph and Sue's parenting choices.

35 MINJAN 7
Comments
ICYMI: The Kids Are Alright After All

The Kids Are Alright After All

A tell-all by Zach and Jessica, kids of Steph and Sue. The twenty-year-olds reveal high school secrets: what they got away with, what their moms should and should not have worried about, and what they now appreciate most about Steph and Sue's parenting choices.

35 MIN2019 DEC 24
Comments
The Kids Are Alright After All

An Education in Boys

Raisinng boys mostly involves brotherly brawls and boundless energy, right? Partially, yes, but in the experience of Jennifer Fink, mother of four and creator of BuildingBoys.net, raising sons is much more than just snips, snails, and puppydogs' tails.

30 MIN2019 DEC 10
Comments
An Education in Boys

How College Makes or Breaks Us

In a dream world, your teen should attend the most selective college they're admitted to... right? Paul Tough, author of "The Years That Matter Most: How College Makes or Breaks Us," joins Sue and Steph to bring his perspective on this subject, in addition to shedding some light on the baseline inequity that's inherent to the traditional college admissions process.

40 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
How College Makes or Breaks Us

Can't You Just Try and Be Pleasant?

Lian Dolan of Satellite Sisters joins Sue and Steph for some good old-fashioned gab, sharing stories of sisterhood, life behind the microphone, and keeping the familial peace.

26 MIN2019 NOV 12
Comments
Can't You Just Try and Be Pleasant?

A Your Teen Halloween

Celebrate Halloween with a fun-sized episode from Sue and Steph! They discuss Your Teen's complicated relationship with Halloween, Producer Hannah reads some spooky Facebook comments, and Lian Dolan shares why we should be generous Halloween night.

16 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
A Your Teen Halloween

Do Popular Kids Really "Peak" In High School?

Would abolishing homecoming courts radically reinvent the traditional social hierarchy of American high schools? Dr. Robert Faris thinks it just might. Join Steph and Sue for a conversation with Dr. Faris as he demystifies the changing landscape of social status among teens.

35 MIN2019 OCT 15
Comments
Do Popular Kids Really "Peak" In High School?
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