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10 modules including over 70 lessons Downloadable PDF workbook pages for each lesson Group live mentoring calls with certified TSG mentor Weekly Support Group calls with Nicholeen Downloadable version of the cue cards, meeting forms, and choices map. Teaching Self-Government 15-Lesson Family Tutorial included FREE (Viewable on the website, no DVD) Online videos of actual parenting interactions Lifetime access to online course materials More in-depth understanding of self-government and personal self-mastery Stronger relationship strategies for husband/wife relationship Suggested assignments for implementation success Please note that the course material is online. No physical materials will be included. If you also wish to have the Parenting: A House United book or any other physical materials we recommend the Parenting University Package or Parenting Essentials Package.
Posted by David Eggertsen on June 28, 2020
This call covers: Becoming a joyful adult yourself. Easy going to control freak toddler. Manipulative and controlling son. Young son pees all over things and won’t be patient. He does it purposely sometimes. Daughter needs to wear glasses and eye patch, but doesn’t like to because she gets teased by step family and others. Son has new phone for a few days and already has looked at porn sites. How to address that.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on October 7, 2016
This call covers: Thoughts on entitlement Son only starts to obey when he is taken to the calm down spot. How to implement TSG with multiple adult children living at home. Getting younger children to do their chores when they don’t want to.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on August 24, 2016
Whole Call: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/07July/TSG_SC_7-15-20_WholeEdited.mp3 Question: I am in the very baby beginning phase of starting TSG. I have only read the book and haven’t even sat the kids down to teach them the 4 basic instructions yet. But what I’ve been thinking about is our paid activities (like gymnastics, dance, horseback riding etc) and the loss of privileges. If their activity falls on a day they have lost their privilege do you make them miss it? The problem is that they are expensive and making them miss it means we are out that money so it’s a punishment for us. They are 9, 8, 6, and 4 so don’t really have enough money to cover it if they miss. Also, for team activities not being at practice is letting down the team and I believe going back on a commitment, but I also believe that the fact that they get …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on July 15, 2020
Helping children exposed to radical ideas on the internet Helping young children with depression Children fighting at bedtime Learning when to use different TSG skills Youth learning development and schedules at home Success Stories!
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on July 8, 2020
This call covers: Summer tip! Helping family relationships stay strong with friends in the picture more. My 8-year-old daughter has a friend who will invite her to play, then leave her and go play with other people without warning. Ideas? 13-year-old son will NOT talk about the topic of changing schools. He immediately gets angry and refuses to discuss it. What do I do? (This call had some technical difficulties on the second question. We apologize. Please read the notes for more on it.)
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on June 24, 2016
This call covers: Pornography resolution on Utah Capitol Hill. Struggling with TSG through daughter’s puberty. How to teach TSG principles in a religious setting to younger children. Comment on pornography resolution.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on April 21, 2016
Whole Call: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/10October/TSG_SC_10-7-20_WholeEdited.mp3 Question: Hello Nicholeen, You mention journaling a fair amount for your own self-government, as a keepsake for your posterity, for calm, for your children’s self-reflection. Can you please talk about how you make it a habit for Mom and what you include in your journals? Do you have a system for journaling or certain questions you ask yourself as prompts each time you sit down to write in your journal? I continually try to journal. I start writing in a lovely new notebook trying to write a well-thought out new entries and then life happens, I’m exhausted by the end of the day, weeks go by and I realize I hadn’t written in my journal since I began writing in it. All the while that beautiful floral journal adorns my desk. I’m hoping journaling can help me become more self-governed, but if I can’t seem to find …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on October 7, 2020
This call covers: World Congress of Families update and November Conference call info We just found out that my teenage son is cutting, depressed, and possibly suicidal. We try to talk to him, but he plugs his ears and hums. How do we handle this? My 6-year-old son has developed a new habit of negativity and being down on himself. I thought it was manipulation, but now I’m not so sure. Thoughts? Our 15-year-old son’s room isalwaysmessy. We’ve tried to get him to clean it, but he just won’t and it’s the source of a lot of our battles. Suggestions?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on November 1, 2015
Whole Call: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/10October/TSG_SC_10-14-20_WholeEdited.mp3 Question: Hello Nicholeen, My husband and I have been using the TSG principles with our eight year old daughter for over a month, and she is showing great improvements in all areas of her behavior. We do have one re-occurring challenge though….when my we try to teach her new skills…like kicking a soccer ball or folding the laundry, etc. She does not want to listen to us and says that she wants to do it her way. In fact, she will try to take over and teach us her way. Most of the things that we are trying to teach her are just every day skills. On the other hand, she follows specific instructions……like, “I need for you to go make your bed….or I need for you to start your homework.” She has always been resistant to being taught ever since she was very small, …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on October 14, 2020
This Call Covers: Learning Self-Government in a oppositional environment Discerning if someone is actually calm Dealing with an adolecent media addiction ADHD and routines
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on January 5, 2018
This Call Covers:How to help my family understand my visionMicromanaging and touchy childrenMasturbation in teenagersHelping a spouse change their attitude
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on January 17, 2020