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Sharon Witt Motivational Speaker and Author
MediaTV Segments
July 25, 2015

Ten Morning News – Raising Teens

Raising Teens A: Will the relationship between parents and their child can become strange when their little so-called “angel” becomes a moody and challenging teenager? Mother of 2 Sharon Witt says raising teenagers is quote “Like nailing jelly to a tree”. She’s just published a new book called “Teen Talk, Parent Talk” and she joins us now from our Melbourne studio. Good morning Sharon. Thanks so much for joining us today. Sharon Witt: Good morning Natasha, thanks for having me. A: I’m a mother of a 3 and 5 year old, tantrums that come in place in our household. Are you telling me that they’re gonna continue? Sharon Witt: Yeah, well it’s not much that the tantrums continuing, but certainly those hormones, those dreaded hormones have a lot to answer for. It’s too much of this time, for many of our teenagers and you know, especially their parents as well, we have…
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Sharon Witt Motivational Speaker and Author
MediaTV Segments
June 25, 2015

Kerri-Anne Show: Spoilt Kids

Spoilt Kids K: I guess when it comes to living in the real world; a lot of children have no idea how much it costs of certain things. And, you will be surprised to what they do know though. Natalie Olivery went along to find out. Have a look. Okay, well should kids be paying more attention to the real cost of goods so they’ll be prepared for life after they live home? Sharon Witt joins me. Good Morning Sharon! Sharon Witt: Good morning Kerri-anne. This actually came out of a survey in the UK that said that over half of the teenagers who were actually surveyed thought that a loaf of bread costs more than, no, more than a pound a loaf. No, sorry, that was 29 pints a loaf, and it was actually one pound a loaf. But half the teenagers didn’t realize how much a loaf of…
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Sharon Witt Motivational Speaker and Author
MediaTV Segments
June 16, 2015

ABC News – Self Harm in Teenagers

Self Harm In Teenagers A: One in twelve teenagers will attempt some form of a self harm, according to a study published this week by British medical journal “The Lancet”. The study was contributed to by the Merck research institute in Melbourne. It also found that 10% of the teenagers will then continue to deliberately harm themselves into young adulthood. Well, Sharon Witt is a teacher and a parent who’s written more than six books designed to help young people able to navigate adolescence and she’s recently finished a book designed for the parents of teenagers. And she joins us now from Melbourne. Sharon, thanks very much Sharon Witt: Good morning Andrew. A: Good morning. Now, this study, let’s start with that. It’s quite alarming. As it just said, 1 in 12 young people, mostly girls, engage in self harming such as cutting, burning or taking life-threatening risks. This is…
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Sharon Witt Motivational Speaker and Author
MediaTV Segments
May 24, 2015

Kerri-Anne Show: Love One Child More

Love One Child More KERRI-ANNE: Great to have you back. Well, parents have denied it for years, but there’s a new book out claiming that 95% of parents do in fact have a favorite child. According to the author, middle children are least likely to be the parents’ favorite, unless it’s family’s only son or daughter. Apparently, the mothers always favor the eldest son and the fathers favor the youngest daughter. Joining me this morning are author, teacher, mother, Sharon Witt, as well as mother to be Emily Everwin. Ladies, good morning. SHARON WITT: Good morning. KERRI-ANNE: Okay, as daughters, what do you think? EMILY: I do have a joke with my dad, the other boys’ birthday cards “love your favorite daughter”, but I’m the only daughter so I can get away with it. But I think this is an age-old thing, I think this has been going on for…
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Sharon Witt Motivational Speaker and Author
MediaTV Segments
April 10, 2015

Kerri-Anne Show: Have Teachers Lost Control

Have Teachers Lost Control KERRI-ANNE: When it comes to disciplining their pupils, it seems that teacher’s hands are absolutely tired these days and it’s the kids that are ruling the ruse. Recently, a 12 year old girl who was caught wagging school claim that she was attacked by her teacher even though she was the first one who threw an egg on him. Take a look at this. Well, now children of course have to be protected, there are definitely cases when teachers have abused the trust put in them. But of course, there are a lot of cases out there of pupils wrecking teachers’ careers upon making accusations that very often just prove absolutely false and untrue. If you got a view email us this morning, [email protected], but who’s protecting the teachers? This morning, parenting teacher and expert Sharon Witt joins me with 2UE commentator Jason Morrison, one and…
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