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Support Call 6-30-17

This Call Covers:

  • How to deal with children who won't fess up to doing things/ honesty issues with children
  • Handling reactive children and correcting negative behavior in older children
  • Dealing with hostile workplace situations
  • Keeping calm with emotional children

Support Call 6-9-17

This call covers:

  • preventing judgemental attitudes in children
  • Difference between behavioral differences and immorality
  • Extra chores/Negative Consequences on the road
  • Dietary effects on behavior
  • Teaching Children to Dissagree Appropriately with each other
  •  Teaching autistic children TSG
  • Handling children who go out of control once they lose privleges

Support Call 3-24-17

This call covers:

  • Update on the happenings of this year's United Nations trip.
  • Couple struggling to agree on what their children should be doing.
  • The difference between the different kinds of "no" answers in life.
  • Finding more about grooming. 

Support Call 3-17-17

This call covers:

  • Little bit about what is spoken of at the United Nations
  • Husband saying and believing two different things about the children.
  • How to replace the spirit of selfishness with the spirit of love.
  • Teaching respect of property to young sons.

Support Call 1-20-17

This call covers:

  • Daughter gets emotional during her mentor meetings. Do we, as the parents, validate or correct those emotions?
  • How to handle crying, whining, talking back, and separated parents.
  • Son has rage episodes and will only calm down for mother. Is that making him dependant?
  • How to use TSG with children that have ODD and anxiety

Support Call 12-9-16

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