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In a world full of sexual depravity, diverse addictions, familial dysfunction, lascivious social platforms, manipulative media, and irate people of all ages, is it possible to even hope for our children to have an innocent upbringing? A routine trip through a store like Walmart, for example, can start a child’s brain processing in sexual and dysfunctional directions. What is a parent to do about this problem? How can a family live in the world but not become part of all the lewdness and cruelty so many people in society are laughing at? The Illusion of Innocence: Living in the World For many years I’ve taken my children, and often other children I teach, to the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Every time prior to attending, I call the festival and check to be sure the play is developmentally appropriate for children and will preserve their innocence. This year I asked the usual …
Posted by Monica Pond on November 16, 2017
Whole Call: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/09September/TSG_SC_9-30-20_WholeEdited.mp3 Question: Hello Nicholeen, When my children are having trouble with friends, I often feel extremely stressed out that the problem be resolved. I then have trouble giving my child objective advice. I used to say negative things about the situation and make my child feel worse. Now my oldest is dating, and I noticed that my stress about things that bother my child is really too high. One example is if a date hasn’t called when expected and my child is worried that the person is going to “ghost” them. I would like to be the best person for them to come to for advice. How do I detach and be that person? Do you have any advice for how to handle this? Thank you. Answer: https://s3.amazonaws.com/1-SupportCalls/2020/09September/TSG_SC_9-30-20_Q1.mp3 I love that you are seeing that you are taking things too personally! That is really great assessment. It …
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on October 2, 2020
This Call Covers: Attention Seeking in adult children Helping ADHD kids be calm Correcting children who make rude comments TSG and multiple mental disorders in children
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on August 6, 2018
This call includes:-A mother’s concerns about her son’s self-worth and self-bullying behavior-Grandmother is living in the home and is undermining and judging the TSG system the mother has established
Posted by Paije Peck on June 21, 2019
This call covers: Problems and questions with media boundaries and rules How to use TSG while traveling (via plane, car, etc)
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on May 31, 2016
This call covers: Helping husband with his tone. Son is having trouble keeping his thoughts away from other men. Follow-up with age 5 son who hits, bites, and kicks. Husband not on board and son is addicted to electronics and is physical.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on April 29, 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
This call covers: The sweetness of a long marriage and my husband. 12-year-old son has been fantasizing about girls and kissing and more. He tells his parents, but they’re not sure what to do exactly. Age nine daughter has recently been homeschooled. She is defiant and manipulative. She causes lots of contention. What to do. Grandchildren are really picky eaters. How to help them broaden their horizon. Teenaged son is very proud and power struggles all the time. Will hit and bully. How to help him.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on April 11, 2016
This Call Covers: Helping a young child with a computer addiciton Rebuilding a relationship with a rebellious teen How to truly master the TSG skills
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on March 30, 2018
This call covers: I don’t have time to read and I still haven’t gotten through the TSG book, but I need help now! What can I do for a “quick fix?” Is there such a thing as too much sports? My age 11 son is in multiple sports and it’s all he wants to do. How do I help his obsession?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 13, 2016
This call covers: Helping youth ages 12-16 keep their boundaries when in a group together and being kind to one another. Dealing with young daughters that go from best friends to worst enemies. Both parents work full time and cherish every moment with their children. Wonderingif homeschooling would be a good choice. Getting age 18 daughter to stop procrastinating and being late to and with things. Started a Commonwealth school, but has allowed it to take over the rest of life and looking for a way to fulfill responsibilities at the Commonwealth and at home. Just attended Parenting Mastery Retreat and realising that our tolerances are too high. Also, having a hard time keeping track of every consequence earned. Thoughts?
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 26, 2016
This call covers: How to correct someone else’s child when in a group. Comparing points of certain psychology to TSG: what’s right and what’s a little off. Helping my son become more attentive and less distracted. Catching my 15-year-old daughter with junk food in her room and stealing money to buy junk food. It’s all she’ll eat.
Posted by Nicholeen Peck on February 13, 2016