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When I was growing up, I remember constantly hearing my father say, “There is a time and a place for everything. This is neither the time nor the place.” Usually, hearing these words were all we needed to make us stop what we were doing, analyze our behavior, and make a necessary course correction. I’m pretty sure this wise advice was passed down from my grandfather to my dad. Now, my husband and I are trying to instill this council in our own family. A Case of the Giggles Our family is a praying family. We pray at church, at meals, at our bedsides, and as a family morning and night. So, you could say we we’ve had a lot of practice. Recently Spencer and I gathered all the children together for a family prayer before bed and found that it was impossible to get it started. Londyn and Porter, …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on July 15, 2015
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how TSG applies to grandparents and grandparenting. Whether you’re the parents and are struggling getting your own parents or in-laws on the same page as you or you’re the grandparents and want to have more structured time with your wonderful grandchildren, Teaching Self-Government has skills and advice for everyone! Listen in to see how you can involve your parents or your grown children in your self-government journey! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2021/02+February/TSGPodcast52-GrandparentsAndTSG-Feb22-2021.mp3
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 23, 2021
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the need for good, more refined social skills, in today’s adults and teens. Is it possible to be deliberate about teaching and obtaining good social skills? Do we even know what good social skills are? What goes into the development and becomes a detriment to them? Nicholeen and Paije share a healthy list of what goes into developing good social skills, especially in these times.
Posted by Richard Genck on September 26, 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 Genck on April 28, 2020