"Thank you, David. You are easy to talk to and wonderfully open."
Laura Grace Welden, author of Free Range Learning: How Homeschooling Changes Everything
"Thanks so much for the interview today! You have a great program and I was glad to be a part of it."
Cris Beam, Columbia University, author of To The End of June: The Intimate Life of American Foster Care "Thanks David. I really enjoyed this so much and enjoyed meeting you!"
Attorney Angeli Fitch: kids and criminal law
"I really admire what you're doing and your efforts to provide info and guidance to parents! I'm certain you're a great dad!"
Pamela Cayton, author of Compassion in Education
"You were a delightful host! So responsive and enthusiastic. I found myself remembering moments I hadn't thought about in years."
Adele Faber, author of New York Times Best-Seller Siblings Without Rivalry
"Thanks, David! It was fun! Loved your questions!"
Marci Warhaft-Nadler, author of The Body Image Guide for Parents
"I would be happy to come back anytime; a very good show."
Ben Cort, board member of SAM - Smart Approaches to Marijuana
"Thank you. I thoroughly enjoyed it and was impressed with your knowledge and skills. You were great and it was an honor."
Jeff Katz, founder, Listening to Parents, a national adoption advocacy group
"It was a pleasure. And what a gutsy and wonderful thing you did taking on these three."
Elizabeth Bartholet, Harvard Professor and author of Nobody's Children
"Enjoyed it! You did your homework - knew the material and asked excellent questions. Thanks again for the opportunity."
Dr. Thomas Phelan, clinical psychologist and author of 1-2-3 Magic
"The pleasure was all mine! Thanks for having me on."
John Thomas, Secret Service agent
"Thanks for a great radio show. Very interesting. Thanks for the example (of the show) and the service you are providing to the community - maybe the whole country? Not sure what your coverage area is. I encourage you and your sponsors to keep up the good work."
"I really like your show, today's show is really good. If you
really get flack for preventing kids from having internet or movie
exposure, along with all of the bad socialization that can come with
that, then I say good for you, stick to your guns, your kids will be
happier and healthier for it.
I have a friend who is a Waldorf
teacher, he has a 7 year old who has never watched movies, televisions,
or used a computer. The kid is the happiest, healthiest kid I've ever
seen and he's really smart. His dad encourages him to think for himself
and solve problems, so he has great problem-solving skills and he
appears to have great self esteem. I think you two are right on the money.
Your show is filled with so much good information, I would love to
see you elected as Head US Superintendent of Schools so you'd have the
power to implement the many great ideas you make us aware of. You're doing really great work!"
MS, Santa Cruz
"My wife and I listened to all of your shows on your site. Fantastic!"
MS and KL, San Jose
"We love your show!"
MJ, Santa Cruz
"You must read a lot of books!"
"Are you still single?"
SK, San Jose
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