Mentoring Call with Nicholeen
Get personal one-on-one mentoring from Nicholeen Peck herself!
These calls are often most valuable to those who have questions about a specific issue, unique family dynamics, and personal help with implementation, or their own self government and relationship building skills.
This includes one 60-90 minutes (usually going closer to 90 minutes) mentoring phone call and the recording of the call for your future review.
After purchase, an email will be sent to you with instructions on how to access the call. Please check your Promotions and Spam folders if you don't see it right away.
Parenting: A House United 2nd Edition
Is your home in crisis? Do your children never do what they are told? Do you find yourself completely overwhelmed and hating to interact with your children? Do your children treat you with disrespect and cause contention at home? Are you out of control of your emotions as a parent too? If any of these descriptions sound like your house, then you might be in crisis and you will definitely benefit from reading this book. It is written for you. This book is also written for people who don‘t want to ever have a home like I have described above and for parents who want to have an effectively communicating family right from the very beginning of parenthood.
Londyn LaRae Says Okay!
“Londyn LaRae Says Okay!" is the first in a four-book series of books highlighting basic skills. The captivating art and rhyming nature of this book are sure to make it one your children will beg you to read to them time and again.
"Londyn LaRae Says Okay!" is a children's picture book that helps parents teach their children to follow instructions. Little Londyn LaRae just can't seem to say "okay" when her parents and grandparents tell her to do chores or take on responsibilities. She seems to always get distracted in some way or another.
Porter Earns A Quarter
Children don't like hearing "no" when they ask for something, but it is a normal part of life. Many children whine, pout and get angry when they don't get their way. These negative actions can have a significant impact on a family’s well-being. Lovingly teaching children how to accept "no" answers is a vital part of creating happiness in the home. Once a child understands how to appropriately accept "no" answers, they become more confident, less anxious, more connected to family and much happier.
Nicholeen Peck, author of "Parenting: A House United," has made teaching children self-government easier than ever before with this delightful tale of a boy who learns to accept "no" answers, and, by doing so, makes his own happiness plan.
Big Win for Quin
Ten-year-old Quin has a problem not being able to accept consequences. He doesn't think things are his fault and always looks for someone else to blame. When he earns natural or synthetic consequences, like extra chores, he doesn't stay calm. He yells, pouts and can't drop the subject.
If there is a key lesson in learning self-government, it is this skill — learning to accept consequences. If a child can't accept a consequence, he can't learn to self-govern, because what happens will always be someone else's fault. He will always think in terms of other people having the power to make him happy or sad, instead of possessing the power to control his own responses himself.
Paije Takes the Stage
This book teaches children the principle of disagreeing appropriately. This is a principle mentioned in each of the other books in the "Teaching Self-Government: Four Basic Skills" four-book children's series, but is explored more in depth in this book. What is disagreeing appropriately? Just ask eight-year-old Paije.
Little Paije likes to disagree. The problem is she doesn't do it appropriately. She yells, whines and even pouts, but she doesn't really know how to work her problems out.
This darling story, put to rhyme, is a must have for every home! If you want your children to have a voice, but still be respectful and self-governed while expressing themselves, then this is the story for your family.
Popular Parenting Methods: Are They Really Working?
Do the popular parenting methods of today really work? Do they really teach us how to raise children well so that this generation of children become self-governing, responsible, happy adults?
Nicholeen examines popular parenting methods and the long-term results we can expect them to produce in our kids. She then invites the readers to start a parenting revolution in their own home, returning to the best parenting methods... methods that buck the popular parenting styles and restore our families and homes to places where children are trained to be responsible and self-governing.
Roles. They define our rights, obligations, responsibilities, beliefs, and even who we are. How well do we each understand our respective roles? How do we teach our children about proper roles? How would the problems children and parents face change if they better understood roles? Aren't parents whether aggressive, passive or assertive always defining roles anyway? How do roles effect business relationships? Why do we see the roles in today's world wrapped around so much confusion and debate when it's impossible to escape roles? This book (published in 2016) makes roles easier to understand, and it shows how to strengthen roles and empower ourselves and those we live and work with to reach our full potentials.
Value & Mastery of Emotions Webinar
What is emotional intelligence? How do emotions fit into Teaching Self-Government?
This 3 hour webinar helps explain how to validate, express, and master emotions in a healthy and mature way.
Family Tutorial Course
This video course is now available for families who want to learn and implement self-government. The purposes of the movie are to show families what the problems look like, to teach families correct self-government principles, and to show families how to implement the changes into their homes.
There has never been a product like this before! With this movie you can teach your family self-government too.
Listen to this recording from a support call where Nicholeen talks about TSG Circles:
At the base of every great tale of success, you will find an indispensable circle of trusted advisors, mentors and colleagues.” --from "Who’s Got Your Back" by Keith Ferrazzi
A TSG Circle is a powerful mix of friendship, discussion and support group. Members expect to be challenged to grow and improve themselves and their families. All members are invited to learn from each other and share with the group equally. Honesty and a sincere desire for positive growth, concern for each other and a focus on the goal of greater self-governance are the only real requirements for group membership.
TSG Circles is a program we have been working on for a long time. We have been writing and gathering materials for discussion and support groups to begin all over the world.
Teaching Self-Government Parenting Seminar
This is the recording of a day-long parenting seminar given by Nicholeen. You will learn the methods she uses to parent her children that have worked for thousands of families. Even if families only implement some of Nicholeen’s tested parenting principles, their family life will improve.
When I did foster care, I had a hard time remembering the new vocabulary I was required to use to help these troubled youth, so I made some cue cards to help myself.
When I first started teaching people the language of self-government and I saw them struggling to remember the new words, I remembered how much cue cards had helped me in the past. These easy to use cards make using the TSG scripts much easier, especially when you need them most.
We recently added 3
new cards, for a total of 8 cards!
Note: This is a supplementary resource to help you implement Teaching Self-Government in your home. To successfully use this product, we recommend you have an understanding of the Teaching Self-Government program as contained in Parenting: A House United, Roles, and Popular Parenting Methods, or in the TSG Parenting Course, or in Parenting Mastery.
If you are familiar with the Teaching Self-Government structure of choices and consequences, then this Choices Map will
help you keep your mind clear as you work to implement this system in your home. The value of having a visual to work from when needing to know what comes next has been impactful for many parents.
This is a supplementary resource to help you implement Teaching Self-Government in your home. To successfully use this product, we recommend you have an understanding of the Teaching Self-Government program as contained in Parenting: A House United, Roles, and Popular Parenting Methods, or in the TSG Parenting Course, or in Parenting Mastery.
The Children's Choices Map has cartoon characters to help young children enjoy the map, and the standard Choices Map has no cartoon characers.
Children's Choices Map
Family Meetings Journal
The Family Meeting Journal is an integrated part of the Teaching Self-Government family system. Writing in the journal to prepare for and take notes during family meetings will help keep you on track to creating a more united family.
This book facilitates mentor sessions with your children — an integrated part of the Teaching Self-Government family system.
A family plan makes everyone feel secure and unified. Planning time is also a great time to improve relationships and strengthen bonds. Not only should we have a family plan and a statement to use to keep the family focused, but we need to have regular personal check-up meetings with our children to bond and to offer support with new events and issues. A family who plans together and regularly talks about those plans will find increased happiness and success in their family and personal lives.
Couple's Meeting Journal
The Couples Meeting Journal is used with the Family Meeting Journal and Mentoring Journal as integrated parts of the Teaching Self-Government family system.
The marital relationship affects all of the family relationships. If the relationship between the parents isn’t healthy, then all of the family relationships become weak.
The couple’s meeting sets the stage for strong family relationships. Parents can discuss issues with the family before meeting with the children, and speak unitedly about topics. That unity helps love, unity and happiness in the home to grow.
This S.O.D.A.S Journal, an important part of the Teaching Self-Government family system, includes a very basic review of using S.O.D.A.S for problem-solving training, practice ideas and many blank pages for practicing the skills described.
The book is designed for an individual or a whole family to use to journal their S.O.D.A.S in every time a problem arises that needs to be examined.
It is also meant to be referred to as situations of the past resurface in the present.
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Training the Heart
This is an amazing class by Nicholeen where she connects, in her unique perspective, how we are made of parts: heart, body and mind. This class talks about how you can train your heart to rule over your body, instead of becoming victim to the emotional reactions that put us in bondage and misery.
Leadership Education at Your House
Nicholeen describes — in her candid, storytelling way — how she has transformed her home into a Leadership Training environment. She goes through her daily schedule and shares vital principles for raising assertive, leadership-minded children.
Overcoming the Urgency Addiction
This class teaches parents how to create habits of effective communication at home instead of getting caught in an efficiency trap.
In this class, Nicholeen says that when you have an "Urgency Addiction," it means that you try to make everything so urgent by being so efficient, that you stop being effective.
This class teaches parents how to create habits of effective communication at home instead of being trapped in efficiency.
Power of Calm
The Power of Calm: an hour-long audio class by Nicholeen.
"When I go speak to people around the country about the style of parenting I live in my home and the family culture I am passionate about, one of the biggest responses I get is, 'I think I need self-government myself before I can teach it to my children.'
This is so true! It is hard to stay calm when you are under pressure and dealing with the stresses of raising children and living in our fast-paced world.
Starting Your Homeschool Right
When my oldest child was four years old, I decided that he needed to be home-schooled. At this point, I started studying education and models for learning environments. I read every home school book and article I could get my hands on, because I wasn't sure what teaching a home was supposed to look like or what principles to follow. How was I going to teach math? I have found that most parents who choose to home-school go through this same process. And I have found that most parents, including myself, get the most help by talking to someone who has already attained success.
Becoming a Joyful Adult
This exclusive audio seminar has previously only been available to members of the TSG Support Group. It details the 5 Key Characteristics of raising and becoming a joyful adult. Many of you have heard Nicholeen say:
I am not making perfect children; they don't exist. I am making joyful adults who know what their mission in life is and can't wait to fight for it and have a solid relationship with God and family.
While teaching your children and yourself the principles of self-government is a big part of the process towards becoming joyful, there is more to it. Listen to this five-part audio seminar to better understand how you and your children can prepare to be joyful adults and better live your missions in life.
Teaching Self Government for Type-A & Type-B Personalities
Have you ever wondered why you just can't seem to click with your child's personality? In this class, Nicholeen Peck discusses key differences between Type-A and Type-B personalities. When parents and children differ in their personality traits, their relationship can become fragile and should be handled with prudence. This class provides some common sense solutions to help avoid serious relationship damage. Nicholeen demonstrates how a Type-A parent should handle a Type-B child, and vice versa.
This class was recorded for Nicholeen's 10-step Implementation Course
5 Social Lessons Every Child Must Know
Come hear Nicholeen get real about what is happening in the world today and why we deeply need social skills.
Here are some favorite quotes by Nicholeen from this presentation:
“Peer interaction in a social setting is a learning experience to be discussed later with the trainer. It's not experience itself.”
“Speaking the truth is the weapon the world needs to heal.”
Improving Home Culture in 15 minutes!
This audio class is designed to help families make a quick shift in their home culture so that they can more easily implement the Teaching Self-Government principles. In this class, Nicholeen Peck talks about how to improve a floundering culture at home in just 15 minutes a week!
Support Group - 6 Months Free
The Teaching Self-Government Support Membership is designed to offer weekly TSG support for families as they are implementing self-government principles in their homes.
For many people, implementing a family self-government culture shift at home requires support. This is the reason Nicholeen made the
TSG Parenting Course. She saw that families are more successful with self-government principles if they have support.