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Trade Time for Anger: Find Calmness and Patience
“You never can tell with bees,” said A.A....
Support Call 2-9-18
This Call Covers:
Helping a child who chooses violence instead of accepting a consequence/no answer
Promoting focus in young children, especially those with mental impairments
Recommended books for familes
TSG with really young children
Teaching young boys about the proper use of violence and force.
Stopping Conflicts Before They Start
A friend of mine asked me what she could do for her teenage exchange student. This student was in the middle of a multiple, day-long teenage tantrum....
Support Call 1-12-18
This Call Covers:
Teaching children not to be judgemental
Dealing with anger management issues
Helping you maintain your patience when you're running thin
How to Reach the Heart of Your Child… and Yourself
Reaching a child’s heart is vital for awakening his conscience and morally training him to desire to make good choices, but structure also has a part to play in training the heart....
Lest We Forget: The Vision of Educating Young People
This is the time of year the focus of the world is on education and preparing our children to learn and grow toward success....
To Find Personal Success, Give Yourself a “No” Answer
Self-government is being able to determine the cause and effect of any given situation and possessing a knowledge of your own behaviors so that you can control them....
Freedom Without Consequences
Is your teenaged child not getting everything done that they need to in the day? Are they slacking off on their duties and assignments? I had a mother present me with a similar situation, concerned about her 16...
Support Call 4-14-17
This call covers:
How to help aged 5 child get ready in the morning.
Controlling unwanted, inappropriate thoughts (teenage son).
Becoming more focused on self-government and stressing less about homeschool.
Dealing with disobedience in the early stages of TSG.
Helping younger children want to get out the door on time.
Resolving expectations and entitlement.
6 Steps for Making Siblings Friends, Not Foes
One night, after my parents left to go on a date, my brother and I started fighting....