Parenting Blog

by Nicholeen Peck   In 2020 I wrote an article about the upcoming election admonishing parents to teach their children about calmness and the peaceful transition of power amidst the emotionally charged political debates and the controlling cancel-culture controversies. The day my article was posted my social media accounts got canceled. Apparently talking about calmness […]

by Nicholeen Peck   History is full of inspirational examples of those who paid the price for freedom, for God, for family, and for love. Oftentimes this price/personal sacrifice was made for others who had never been met or who were still young children. How many fathers and mothers have moved their families, fought in […]

by Nicholeen Peck   Having command is not a bad, dominant, or militant thing. Feeling calm command is a sign of a healthy parenting relationship. It’s likely unpopular to suggest that a parent should have command at home. However, over two decades of case studies have shown me that children and parents thrive when the […]

by Nicholeen Peck Society, with all its innovations and intricacies, has lost the vision of home power. With social and political upheaval happening around the globe, parents wonder how to raise up a new generation of people who can set things straight, get society back on track toward goodness, diplomacy, truth, and healthy problem solving. […]

by Nicholeen Peck   In the past week, I’ve received multiple apology texts from friends related to a variety of topics. Two apology texts stick out to me more than the others. One apology was clearly for social posturing. The person was sending it because they knew that they looked bad to others and didn’t […]

by Nicholeen Peck   This year at the Commission on the Status of Women [CSW], at the United Nations , the topic of discussion was finding solutions for global poverty. While some of the family and motherhood organizations came up with good solutions for teaching entrepreneurialism, networking, and developing life skills through training programs and […]