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:Helping children calm down quicklyCorrecting out of instructional control behaviorStopping blaming
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 7, 2019
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
This Call Covers: Helping young children accept no answers How to help an extremely independent child stay in instructional control Dealing with very obstinate children Creating an inspring home atmosphere for your children What to do when one sibling acts in open contempt towards another Helping young children genuinely calm down
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 20, 2017
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:Helping children to overcome emotional impulses.Teaching young children to focus.Correcting children who aren’t calm.helping children who aren’t sure they want to spiritually be part of the family.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 26, 2018
Whole call: CC Notes 12-16-2020 https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/December/tsg-sc-12-16-20WHOLEEDITED.mp3 Question: You mentioned a few weeks ago if calm down time with a treat doesn’t work to let you know and you would give me a modified rule of 3 for my 4 year old. He is almost 5 and very smart. He has made a lot of improvement but continues to be defiant and I feel I need more skills to help him modify his behavior. I have 4 other kids and I want to spend more positive time with our family. Thanks! Answer: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/December/tsg-sc-12-16-20-Q1.mp3 I must have mentioned using a positive consequence system to help him calm down quickly or stay on the calm down spot without running away. Here is how to do a modified rule of three… Question: My children 4.5, and 2.5 get angry and frustrated when they cannot do something like can’t get the lego blocks the way …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 18, 2020
This call covers: Thoughts on being an older mother Shame VS. Guilt (“mini class”) Coming up with better consequences Letting go of negativity Is it a need for attention or just being overwhelmed?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 17, 2016
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
This call covers: Staying calm when your toddler is harmful to your newborn. Managing outbursts at the dinner table from your teenager. Helping your child stop correcting their siblings. Maintaining the Rule of Three without punishing the rest of the family.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on November 5, 2016
This Call Covers:Helping Children FocusPreventing Stealing At A Young Age
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on December 1, 2018