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Family Structure Definition: Nicholeen Peck on TV

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Changing family structure can be difficult.  Our parenting habits probably started in our childhood. And, even when we promised we wouldn't do the same thing, practice the same negative parenting styles, we don't always know a different way. There are multiples types of family structures out there to choose from. Since there are many some parents can get overwhelmed.

How do parents know if the chosen structure will actually work? 

Nicholeen and Spencer Peck, who have been teaching self-government parenting principles to families all over the world since the year 1999, were interviewed by KJZZ TV about how their inspiring family structure changed the hearts of two troubled British teens on the show "The World's Strictest Parents".

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