Join Pediatrician and mother Dr. Mona Amin as she equips parents with the tools to thrive and feel confident in parenthood. Episodes include conversations with experts in the field of child development, health, and parenting, conversations with experts in parental health and mental health, answering questions directly from parents, and parenting mindset tips to get YOU the most out of your parenting journey. Follow her on Instagram @pedsdoctalk and subscribe to her YouTube (PedsDocTalk TV) for more!
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I loved today’s episode. My 10 month old is a picky eater, and doesn’t care for texture. It’s been super discouraging but after listening to this episode it’s made me realize that I’ve been trying to live up to social media expectations, and not being realistic to my own. Thanks for all the knowledge
I have been listening to the podcast for a while, but just finished listening to the episode on breastfeeding rates in America. The rant at the end regarding the state of affairs of our American society health system and laws drove me to action and write a review. I have already finished my breastfeeding journey but I resonate with everything being said. I acknowledge I was very privileged in my resources that allowed me to breastfeed past the recommended 6 months. However, I never thought of th... more
Great parenting podcast that covers a range of topics. I find it so relatable and informative! Dr. Mona’s content has been super helpful for me while navigating everything from pregnancy to postpartum life to now parenting a toddler.
I love how Dr. Mona breaks down complex topics into digestible information for parents — from development, to health, and confidence in parenthood. Her topics are not only diverse, but insightful and eye-opening! As a child psychologist, this is definitely a podcast I would recommend to families.
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The PedsDocTalk Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 282 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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