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Suzuki Conference

(This event is not hosted by TSG. Nicholeen will be a speaker at this event.) Our presenters include Jane Reed who is an expert in helping children learn better and more efficiently, by adjusting how we as parents and teachers interact with them.  We are also excited to have Nicholeen Peck who wrote “Parenting a House Divided” …

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4 Simple Steps For Helping Youth Find Purpose In Life

Our youth are stuck in a social vortex that’s forever spinning ideas past them but never leading them to truth. Every person has an inborn desire to know why they are here, where they are going, and what life’s all about. Scientists and socialists, as well as academics and activists, all attempt to promote purpose …

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The Key To Experiencing Christmas More Fully

Christmas stories are the best! They really have a way of teaching our hearts about the true meaning of Christmas, when the to-do lists seem to take over the month of December. Even though many of the best Christmas stories involve someone giving a gift, the stories aren’t really about giving. They are about something …

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One Easy Way To Increase Emotional Maturity In Children

Sadly, teaching strategies for proper social and emotional health are often unorganized and conflicting. Parents are left feeling like they need to choose between teaching children to have self-control and teaching children to be emotionally heard. These choices seem like opposites to most people. But, to a person who has true emotional intelligence, both of …

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Children, The Sexual Target?

We can’t afford to serve two masters anymore because our children’s hearts and minds are a prize to be won. For years now, society and media have dually honored both animalistic sexual license as well as humanely nurturing the innocence of children and admiring the goodness of God. Unsurprisingly, basic nurturing and some of God’s …

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Podcast 85 – Do’s And Don’ts of Dating

In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what should and shouldn’t happen in the dating world. Is “hanging out” bad? How should parents be involved in their children’s dating life? Listen in for some insight and ideas to be more connected with your children who are getting ready to date! https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2021/11+November/TSGPodcast85-DosAndDontsOfDating-Nov02-2021.mp3

A Global Need For Authentic Grandparents

Authentic grandparents who actively engage with their children and grandchildren establish a foundation of security and hope for the younger generations that can’t be found elsewhere. Grandpa had a boat and regularly took me and the rest of his large family out for rides and on water-skiing trips. These were fun memories, but one boating …

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Podcast 82 – A Bit About Bonding

In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what goes into bonding with other people. Does it just happen all on its own? Or does it take work? What are the benefits of bonding with other people? Listen in for 5 tips on how to improve your bond with others. https://tsg-podcasts.s3.amazonaws.com/2021/10+October/TSGPodcast82-ABitAboutBonding-Oct11-2021.mp3

Combating the Loneliness Epidemic

When was the last time you felt lonely? In order to thrive during these socially unusual times, and even times that aren’t unusual at all, it’s important to understand the difference between being alone and experiencing real loneliness, and what we can do to combat the loneliness epidemic that seems to be sweeping many countries. …

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Are You Teaching Children Discernment?

An online school teacher was recently giving me the highlights of his career. He proudly told me that his favorite part of his job was that he gets to teach children discernment. I could see how this would be exciting for him but was also instantly concerned. A series of “what if” questions came to …

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