In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how micromanaging can be a big problem. Do you try to control everything your spouse or children do? Are there things that annoy you all the time? Do you annoy yourself? This podcast gives some great insight into why that might be happening and how you can address it properly. Listen in!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how TSG applies to grandparents and grandparenting. Whether you’re the parents and are struggling getting your own parents or in-laws on the same page as you or you’re the grandparents and want to have more structured time with your wonderful grandchildren, Teaching Self-Government has skills and advice for everyone! Listen in to see how you can involve your parents or your grown children in your self-government journey!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how important it is to know what the truth is and how to apply it personally to yourself, then share it with others. Have you ever lied to yourself? Did you want to stop lying to yourself because you knew it wasn’t true, but you had no idea how to get out of your own thinking? Listen in for great truths and principles to guide you to telling yourself the truth!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss what love is and what it looks like between husband and wife and parent and child. The principles of love don’t apply to romantic relationships alone. Self-government and pure love go hand in hand. Are you struggling with feeling love for your spouse or your child? Listen in for some great tips and principles!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss principles of self-government that apply to families that have unique family dynamics. It’s often that parents aren’t on the same page when it comes to parenting and handling children from previous family circumstances and a lot of parents in blended families are at a loss of what to do to blend the family together in unity. Blended family or not, the principles shared here will help you out!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss two related ideas: what is seen and what is not seen. People sometimes focus so much on what is seen that they don’t look for what is not seen and what could be the cause of what is being seen on the surface. There needs to be a balance of both perspectives. Listen in for some great tips on how to do that!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss mentor sessions and how they’re formatted, along with teaching good principles for mentoring yourself and others. Is there a difference between teaching and mentoring? Do you deliberately take time to mentor yourself and your children? Do you have goals for yourself? Learn how to help your children and yourself set goals and make plans and build the foundation needed to progress and thrive in life!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss principles from the book, “The How of Happiness” and share 20 principles of happiness to help you make a change for the better and change your perspective for an increase in joy. How much control do you actually have over your happiness? Are there really ways and things to combat depression and parts of your personality that don’t promote joy? Yes! Listen in for some great tips to jumpstart your year and the rest of your life!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the difference between emotions and feelings, how feelings can be communicated without emotional “vomiting,” and worldwide misconceptions about how emotions and feelings should govern us. Do you or someone you know feel like they have to dump their emotions in order to work through something? Not true! Listen in for some amazing tips to help you and others navigate and communicate the emotions that we come in contact with daily!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss how self-government principles apply to Christmas and holiday times. Many personal traditions and stories are shared, along with one of their favorite Christmas stories. Traditions provide moments to anticipate and are what make certain days special. Need more ideas for traditions for your family? Listen in!