In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the need for good, more refined social skills, in today’s adults and teens. Is it possible to be deliberate about teaching and obtaining good social skills? Do we even know what good social skills are? What goes into the development and becomes a detriment to them? Nicholeen and Paije share a healthy list of what goes into developing good social skills, es pecially in these times.
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the important and necessary element of calmness in everyday life. We dare you to be calm! Are you committed to being calm with yourself and with your family? Do you have what it takes? Of course you do! And even if you think you don’t, listen in to get instruction on how to be calm and achieve true self-government.
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the importance of being prepared and “prepping” for future situations and family relationships. Important things take time to plan ahead! What skills does it take to be ready for the future of your family? Listen in for some great “prepper tips”!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how social media affects family relationships, positively and negatively. Social media has become so integrated into daily life that we don’t always stop to analyze what it does to our relationships with others. Is it creating and strengthening bonds? Is it getting in the way of connecting with the people that matter? Listen in to learn some tips on how to use social media for your benefit!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss seven ways to make the school year more exciting! There are mixed emotions when going back to school. “I can’t wait! I love learning!” “Ugh. I don’t want to go back to school.” No matter where you or your child fall in those range of emotions, there is a lot you can do to spice things up in your home! And, as always, they’re designed to bring you and your family closer together.
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Friday, August 21, 2020 @ 10am
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the principle of Duty. What is duty, exactly? And, once we know what it is and how it benefits us, how do we teach our children to have a sense of duty? Duty is different from obedience. So, listen in to gain some awesome tips on how to teach and inspire duty.
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss just how important it is to bond with other people, especially your family. Some people are natural “bonders,” but others need a little help making connections with people around them. Are you one of those people that might need a little help? Listen in for some great tips on how to bond!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the effects of pornography on the adolescent brain and a form of exposure that is outside the realm of internet filters. There are places where pornography can be accessed by children that are considered “safe” and don’t attract the attention of adults who are concerned with protecting their children’s innocence. They also discuss government action that is being taken to further protect the consciences of children. Are you concerned about the safety of your children while they’re at school or the library? Probably not, because the systems there are considered “safe.” But, listen in to uncover some unnerving truth about popular, hidden places where children can access and be confronted by pornography. Link to Eyes Wide Open blogpost. Link to Petition. Link to Survey.
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the topic of humility and its not-so-pretty opposite, pride. There are so many avenues that humility and pride can take and so many behaviors that can be exhibited within each category. Is thinking solely about others prideful? Is saying nothing at all humility? Listen in to find the “ingredients” you need to make and perfect your own “humble pie.”
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what it looks like to have free communication and what causes communicative bondage. So many areas of conversation tend to be rooted in an emotional investment in someone or something, and this can be destructive. How can that change? How can we make our communication liberating for all people involved? Listen in for some amazing tips, thoughts, and suggestions!