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Thanks to Pre-Teaching, Melanie Sees the Future

Years ago I was participating in a sewing activity at my church. Many women had gathered at the church with their sewing machines. At this activity, there was a four-year-old girl that kept touching the knobs o... more

Support Call 3-2-18

This Call Covers:

  • Helping husbands develop more self government skills
  • How to help children not power struggle while disagreeing appropriately
  • Dealing with bullies
  • Stoping children who struggle with being violent
  • Restitution and correction of stealing
Family Riding Bikes

Roles, Rights, Property and Parenting

Login or create a login to hear this audio class. (Don't forget to verify your email too.) Recently, I was asked to speak at the "Stand for the Family" conference. They requested that I give this presentation.... more

Support Call 2-9-18

This Call Covers:

  • Helping a child who chooses violence instead of accepting a consequence/no answer
  • Promoting focus in young children, especially those with mental impairments
  • Recommended books for familes
  • TSG with really young children
  • Teaching young boys about the proper use of violence and force.

Support Call 12-22-17

This Call Covers:

  • How to help children who are compulsive liars
  • Ways to show compassion without coddling your children
  • Dealing with anxiety in small children
  • Helping a child overcome swearing and backtalk
  • Fun Games for the whole family!
  • Dealing with calm down spot infractions/staying calm yourself

Support Call 12-8-17

This Call Covers:

  • Helping young children accept no answers
  • How to help an extremely independent child stay in instructional control
  • Dealing with very obstinate children
  • Creating an inspring home atmosphere for your children
  • What to do when one sibling acts in open contempt towards another
  • Helping young children genuinely calm down
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