In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss different problems that commonly arise in any relationship, whether it is romantic or not. These problems can be and are solved through different principles of self-government. Problems from bad communication to entitlement, the principles discussed in this podcast can help you with so many issues you might face! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/May/TSGPodcast16-HealingTheHeartOfYourRelationship-May23-2020.mp3
Posted by Richard on May 28, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss multiple questions that are common concerns and topics of debate among married or soon-to-be married couples. In answer to these questions, 10 key Self-Government skills are presented that help to answer and solve almost all marital questions, concerns, and problems. Do you feel like you struggle appreciating or maintaining a good opinion of your spouse? Do you feel like you aren’t supported in your endeavors and don’t know how to get your spouse to be more invested in you and your efforts? These, along with other questions, are addressed and discussed. https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/May/TSGPodcast15-HowToHaveAHappyMarriage-May16-2020.mp3
Posted by Richard on May 16, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the details and “ins and outs” of criticism. This word isn’t liked all that much in today’s society. But, why is that, exactly? Why does it have such a negative connotation? Maybe it’s because the real meaning of the word “criticism” isn’t known or understood. Listen in to learn more about the positive side of criticism and other important lessons and life skills connected to it.
Posted by Richard on May 11, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what real love looks and feels like in a family setting, how that love can and should be utilized, and the difference and similarities between romantic love and familial love. They touch on what it feels like when the proper love isn’t present, along with skills that can be used to bring that proper, deep love into family relationships.
Posted by Richard on May 5, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discover some of the struggles that arise and are present when trying to make and keep a daily schedule. Paije relates to this in many ways, which makes it possible for her to add some insight on how to overcome scheduling challenges and roadblocks. There are so many things that get in the way, but so many skills that can help alleviate the stress of scheduling! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/April/TSGPodcast09-BestDailySchedule-April06-2020.mp3
Posted by Paije Baumert on April 8, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what happens when children, or anyone of any age, puts up a “wall.” Is it normal? Is it the child’s fault or the parents’ fault? Or is it both? What causes someone to put up an emotional wall and not open up? https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/March/TSGPodcast05-WhenChildrenPutUpWalls-Mar09-2020.mp3
Posted by Paije Baumert on March 12, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what it looks like when someone isn’t calm, what calmness really is, why calm people and behaviors are becoming more and more socially unacceptable, and 7 steps to help you achieve your own calmness, no matter your age! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/March/1TSGPodcast04-CalmnessCoaching101-Mar02-2020.mp3
Posted by Paije Baumert on March 2, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the importance of having open communication in all different relationships and areas of life, what actual open communication sounds like, and how to achieve it with your friends, roommates, spouses, children, and anyone else! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/February/TSGPodcast03-OpenCommunication-Feb24-2020.mp3
Posted by Paije Baumert on February 26, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss components of any good relationship, the concept of TIME (along with the many aspects that come along with time), love languages, the difference between quality time and quantity of time, and share some fun family stories. https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/February/TSGPodcast02-Feb17-2020-ChillingWithTheChildren.mp3
Posted by Paije Baumert on February 19, 2020
Is your home in crisis? Do your children never do what they are told? Do you find yourself completely overwhelmed and hating to interact with your children? Do your children treat you with disrespect and cause contention at home? Are you out of control of your emotions as a parent too? If any of these descriptions sound like your house, then you might be in crisis and you will definitely benefit from reading this book. It is written for you. This book is also written for people who don‘t want to ever have a home like I have described above and for parents who want to have an effectively communicating family right from the very beginning of parenthood.
Posted by Richard on April 28, 2020
Nicholeen, Do you have any hope (techniques we can use) forNarcissistto change? I am dealing with a 50 year old son who we have diagnosed (finally) and he is wearing us out emotionally and financially. Thank you so much, When I think about this situation I can’t help but ponder on the word “control.”He wants control of his life and is going about it all wrong…………you want to have more control, or influence, over him and he is not a child anymore, despite how he is acting, so you can’t have it by taking it. There is a principle I believe in…………..No one is able to really control anyone but herself. However, this doesn’t mean that you can’t still have influence on your son. It just means that it is much more
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on January 21, 2010
Even though there seems to be more self-absorbed people around us than ever before, calling someone a narcissist may miss the mark. In fact, many people who seem to possess narcissistic behavior, might just be prideful. There is a difference. People all over the world share their relationship struggles and personal development goals with me in an effort to better learn self-government. These conversations have made quite an impression on me. As a result of these conversations, I’ve noticed that narcissistic disorders as well as prideful behavior in relationships are both increasingly damaging family bonds and healthy child development, as well as creating social drama and decreasing productivity in business. As a society, we need to understand these behaviors and know what we can do to stop the pride and narcissism trends. So, what’s the difference between pride and narcissism? Baseline behavior for normal people includes: Recognizing they’re wrong about …
Posted by Monica Pond on January 25, 2021