The RovingBookworm Podcast: Real Talk – Things Kids Wish their Parents Knew

Hello Everyone!

Welcome to Episode 18 of the RovingBookworm Podcast.

How are you all doing? I hope you had a good week and It feels good to be back here today to have yet another interesting conversation I have been pondering about for a while. My week went well but I’m glad to start another week and hustle.

I read a book titled ‘What My Mother And I Don’t Talk About’ about a year ago and it really got me thinking about the parent – child relationship. I found most of the essays in this collection quite relatable and as a parent of three, I wanted to have a conversation with a teenager or young adult and see things their perspective.

In this conversation, I ask my young nephew, Tega Pius-Uwhubetiyi a twenty something year old university student about things most kids wish their parents knew. I loved recording this episode and I laughed quite a number of times.

I have titled this theme

Real Talk: Things Kids Wish Their Parents Knew.

and you can listen to the episode here.

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Happy New Year everyone! On this episode I share some of the things that helped me last year to achieve most of my goals and what I am currently doing this month to set the pace for the year ahead. — Send in a voice message:
  1. S6| Episode 74: Recalibrate
  2. S6| Episode 73: Help! I’m Drowning with Adesuwa Iluobe
  3. S6|Episode 72: Many Waters with Ayo Adeola
  4. S6|Episode 71: Why You Act The Way You Do
  5. S6| Episode 70: What Happened to You?

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