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!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss different styles of praise and how praise should be given. Along with tips on how to properly praise anyone in any kind of relationship, they talk about what do to and how to recognize when praise is done wrong, which can happen. How does praise tie into everyday living? Does it actually help a relationship? Do you praise improperly? Listen to find out!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss good civil discourse, what it is, the difference between civil disobedience and destructive behaviors, what it all looks like, and how it affects the family and societal relationships. Not only is the problem discussed, but Nicholeen and Paije share 6 steps that can be taken to achieve good civil discourse.
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss different problems that commonly arise in any relationship, whether it is romantic or not. These problems can be and are solved through different principles of self-government. Problems from bad communication to entitlement, the principles discussed in this podcast can help you with so many issues you might face!
In this podcast, Nicholeen and Paije discuss the details and "ins and outs" of criticism. This word isn't liked all that much in today's society. But, why is that, exactly? Why does it have such a negative connotation? Maybe it's because the real meaning of the word "criticism" isn't known or understood. Listen in to learn more about the positive side of criticism and other important lessons and life skills connected to it.
This Call Covers:
Does correcting children harm them?
Young adults and their roles in the home
Digital boundaries with teens