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Respect

Support Call 6-23-17

This call Covers:

  • How to get your spouse on board with couples meetings
  • Jealous older children.  Also, teaching children to love each other
  • Charlotte Mason homeschool philosophy and TSG
  • Is my child really calm
  • Children not coming home on time.

Support Call 6-16-17

This call Covers:

  • Dealing with defiant children who have a problem with the Rule of Three
  • Pre-Teaching Children with anxiety
  • The importance of familial roles, and how society views them
  • How Roles change in a family
  • Getting Children to calm down when physical force may be neccesarry
  • Dealing with children who refuse to calm down

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 5-05-17

This call covers:

  • 3-year-old will not do any chores, even after earning them and calming down.
  • Getting teens on board with the new TSG skills when they don't want to.
  • Feeling like a robot when doing the rule of three and how to make it not as mechanic.
  • Helping children become "humble enough" to listen to parents during the rule of three.
  • Inspiring change in adult children to help them stop power struggling.

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 3-03-17

This call covers:

  • Answers to questions and announcements.
  • Specifics on doing corrections in the car.
  • Staying calm and facing power struggles from your children.
  • The difference between extrinsic and intrinsic motivation.
  • Feeling more understood when you disagree appropriately.