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- Asking questions and some scheduling for May.
- Applying TSG to young children, son with a "loose mouth", and bedtime in a shared bedroom.
- Discussing methods for correcting bad language.
- How to do the Rule of Three with children that need to "do it over."
- Contemplating putting oldest son in school for multiple reasons. Is it the best option?
- Synthetic consequences foreveryone? Parents need Self-Government too...
- Fixing obnoxious behavior and helping change child's heart during the Rule of three.
- Helping younger children understand the TSG skills
- Dealing with children after daycare
- Helping a child to reconnect with the family
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The other day I was attending a very heated legislative committee meeting in Utah where changes to the way state school teachers teach about sexual health were proposed. I recognized someof the legislators were not acknowledging the real solution to the problems facing teenagers. Debate and public comments on the proposed changes went on for hours. Lawmakers didn’t like the bill and ended up voting it down. However, right before the bill was officially refused some legislators expressed concern about some of the sexual problems they see pertaining to young people nowadays. Even though it wasn’t the solution, they understood why the bill was proposed. One legislator said that he didn’t know the solution to all the problems he was seeing in young people, but he would really like someone to figure it out. He also said that since times have changed, we need to make some changes, but he …
Posted by Monica Pond on February 10, 2017
Many parents wonder what to do about problems at school. Sometimes the best behavior therapy for classroom behaviorshappens at home. The video interview below discusses what parents can do about school related behavior problems. Other parents want to know how to prepare their children for educational success. No matter what way you choose to educate children at your house, you will gain a lot from hearing this conversation between veteran teacher and college professor, Nicholas Pond, and homeschool mother, Nicholeen Peck, about school pro
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on July 7, 2012
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how the way a child is parented does, indeed, affect and influence their behavior, as well as their reaction to specific genetic predispositions and situations. Is there anything you can even do to help your child that has a genetic barrier? Would it even be worth it to try and teach that child skills? Or is it better to just give up because they were born that way and there’s nothing that can be done? No! There are things that can be done to help any child, no matter their diagnosis, have self-government and thrive! Listen in for some awesome advice and steps that can be taken to help! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/October/TSGPodcast35-PracticeDoesMakeADifferenceParentingDifficultBehaviorsAndDisorders.mp3
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on October 20, 2020
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
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss seven ways to make the school year more exciting! There are mixed emotions when going back to school. “I can’t wait! I love learning!” “Ugh. I don’t want to go back to school.” No matter where you or your child fall in those range of emotions, there is a lot you can do to spice things up in your home! And, as always, they’re designed to bring you and your family closer together. Also, free online event! Friday, August 21, 2020 @ 10am heartofhomeschool.com https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/August/TSGPodcast27-7WaysToMakeTheSchoolYearMoreExciting-Aug17-2020.mp3
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on August 18, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the effects of pornography on the adolescent brain and a form of exposure that is outside the realm of internet filters. There are places where pornography can be accessed by children that are considered “safe” and don’t attract the attention of adults who are concerned with protecting their children’s innocence. They also discuss government action that is being taken to further protect the consciences of children. Are you concerned about the safety of your children while they’re at school or the library? Probably not, because the systems there are considered “safe.” But, listen in to uncover some unnerving truth about popular, hidden places where children can access and be confronted by pornography. Link to Eyes Wide Open blogpost. Link to Petition. Link to Survey.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on July 21, 2020
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the importance of schedules for children of all ages and lay out specifics on what you can do to set up a successful schedule for you and your children. Schedules look different for different ages, at different times of the year, and different schooling systems. What do you do? How do you manage a schedule that’s supposed to be stable, but that tends to change often? How do schedules vary for homeschool versus public school? Along with the scheduling, chore systems are talked about. Struggling to come up with appropriate chores for your little ones? Listen in for some great ideas and tips! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2020/June/TSGPodcast19-SuperSuccessfulSchedulesForChoresAndChildren-June13-2020.mp3
Posted by Richard Genck on June 13, 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
This is the time of year the focus of the world is on education and preparing our children to learn and grow toward success. We enroll the children in classes, schools, programs and activities in hopes they will get an education to prepare them for the future. Is our current educational plan adequate for the future our children will face? How can we know what they will need when the future is uncertain? Will foreign languages, advanced math classes, and programs designed to enhance talents be enough? What is most important? The Beginning of Schooling in America Today there are a few educational theorists who believe that if parents would get out of the way then children would be free to get a better education. However, the majority of society still knows that children need direction and instruction from wise adults and parents throughout their education because proper moral development …
Posted by Monica Pond on September 7, 2017