This call covers: I don’t have time to read and I still haven’t gotten through the TSG book, but I need help now! What can I do for a “quick fix?” Is there such a thing as too much sports? My age 11 son is in multiple sports and it’s all he wants to do. How do I help his obsession?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 13, 2016
This call covers: Support call difficulties explained and discussed How to teach TSG to a child with language and learning barriers Setting up gaming and texting time limits for teenage children How to remind your spouse to stay calm when correcting the children Helping resolve disdain for and unwillingness to do chores
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 12, 2017
This call covers: Helping youth ages 12-16 keep their boundaries when in a group together and being kind to one another. Dealing with young daughters that go from best friends to worst enemies. Both parents work full time and cherish every moment with their children. Wonderingif homeschooling would be a good choice. Getting age 18 daughter to stop procrastinating and being late to and with things. Started a Commonwealth school, but has allowed it to take over the rest of life and looking for a way to fulfill responsibilities at the Commonwealth and at home. Just attended Parenting Mastery Retreat and realising that our tolerances are too high. Also, having a hard time keeping track of every consequence earned. Thoughts?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 26, 2016
This Call Covers:Teaching children with developmental challengesRaising children up to the LordEncouraging proper mental development during pubertyHelping husbands stay on board with TSGStopping negative attention seeking.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 25, 2019
Whole call: CC Notes 2-17-2021 https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2021/02February/tsg-sc-2-17-21WHOLEEDITED.mp3 Question: How can I teach my 4yr old to stay with me in the shops and stop touching things in the store? He is accepting these no boundaries, but how do I do TSG consequences while in the middle of the shop? Answer: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2021/02February/tsg-sc-2-17-21Q1.mp3 That’s great that he’s accepting No answers. Do praising for positive consequences. He can hand you something, or you can make a list for when you get to the car. Also, pre-teach how you will handle out of control behavior ahead of time… Question: Looking for suggestions on what would be good “building blocks” of information. We have a 6 (almost 7 year old) who we want to be prepared for when he asks the inevitable question of “where do babies come from?” (Or any question along those lines). My husband and I already agree that in those moments we …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 20, 2021
Using TSG while babysiting other people’s children Having respect for parent authority. How to handle several different scenarios, such as threatening, whining, controlling others, micromanagement, etc. What todo when your babysitters don’t know the TSG language. Using treats for rewards
Posted by Pennie Rumsey on February 17, 2013
This call covers: How to correct someone else’s child when in a group. Comparing points of certain psychology to TSG: what’s right and what’s a little off. Helping my son become more attentive and less distracted. Catching my 15-year-old daughter with junk food in her room and stealing money to buy junk food. It’s all she’ll eat.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 13, 2016
This call covers: What we’ve done this Christmas Season and some good Christmas stories and videos to read and watch How to correct a child that overreacts Small son won’t stay in the calm down spot. What’s the process for keeping him there? Noticing bad habits in the children that can be fixed Oldest child turning 18 and difficulties that come with that
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 17, 2016
Whole call: CC Notes 12-30-2020 https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/December/tsg-sc-12-30-20WHOLEedited.mp3 Question: Hi Nicholeen, My question is about my 18 year old son. He is a senior. He is bright and usually kind. He was a model student until about his sophomore year. He still did okay and will graduate from high school with an associate’s degree. My guess is that around his sophomore year he became addicted to media and having fun with friends. I did not realize this was going on until now (I may also have been sticking my head in the sand). I notice he has moments of extreme selfishness. He has six months left at home. He is planning on heading to college in 2021. This week he did not do his chores and was disrespectful about it and he earned 24 hours with no electronics. He did not receive this consequence gracefully. I love your philosophy that these corrections …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on January 2, 2021
This call covers: How to help children with a lack of interest in going to church How do I train an 18-month-old to accept No answers? How can I get answers to prayer? The importance of eye contact. Connecting while correcting Staying up too late and modesty in age 17 daughter Fighting: when to and when not to When is friend time good and when is it bad? How do I know when it’s been too much?
Posted by Pennie Rumsey on December 14, 2013
whole call: CC Notes 11-4-2020 https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/11November/tsg-sc-11-7-20-.mp3wholeedited.mp3 Question: Some people say my daughter has autism. I’m not sure if that’s true, or if she’s just unique. She is very oppositional and doesn’t want to do what people tell her to do when they tell her to do it. She also gets bored in groups really easily and then starts to cause problems. I don’t know if the boredom is an excuse or if it’s for real. How can I help her to stop distracting other people so much and to stop being so disrespectful? Answer: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/11November/tsg-sc-11-7-20-Q1.mp3 Maybe autistic, maybe not. Same solution. Might need more meat in the activities and conversation. Needs the Four Basic Skills like this… Question: How do we deal with the feelings of futility and resignation when working to apply these techniques and principals with teenagers? The push back and begrudging attitudes wear me down when …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on November 7, 2020
This call covers: HUGE deals for this weekend! Get TSG merchandise and classes for great deals and get gifts for others! Black Friday and Kenya update/”discussion” My 9-year-old has put only expensive things on his Christmas list that I don’t want him to have. How do I deal with that? I don’t really like family gatherings because my extended family judges how we parent. I’m sure they think we’re “uptight. What do I do? How do I stop kids from becoming spoiled and entitled at Christmas, especially with blended families where lots of gifts are given? My age 6 son broke something at my sister-in-law’s while we were there for Thanksgiving. This seems to happen a lot. I feel like this affects our extended family relationships. What can I do to keep those relatioships in tact?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on November 27, 2015
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