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Connected Families is committed to bringing you content that will challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the thoughtful and confident parent you long to be. Several times a year we take a break from our weekly articles to bring you themed series through podcasts.
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Honoring Our Imperfect Dads

Honoring Our Imperfect Dads

2020-01-2200:24:49

If you’ve struggled in your relationship with one (or both!) of your parents, this podcast can give life-changing insight. Hurt and resentment left to brew under the surface can often perpetuate the effects of sin passing from one generation to another.  In this podcast, Jim shares his process of working through very difficult feelings and dynamics in his relationship with his dad. This enabled him to get to a place of an affectionate, grace-filled, restored relationship. As mentioned in this fall 2019 blog post, he learned to apply the Connected Families Framework with his own parents. In this podcast: You’ll learn practical ways to release bitterness, reconnect, and confront a parent about past hurts.  You’ll be encouraged to replace bitterness with forgiveness, and disconnection with affection and honor.  You’ll be equipped to set boundaries as needed.  As you learn to navigate your relationship with your earthly parents, you may even find your relationship with your heavenly Father growing deeper and more personal. In turn, this can permeate your own family for generations to come. Being intentional about parenting is vitally important! We can help. Our Discipline That Connects with Your Child’s Heart online course registration is now open. In this 8-session course, beginning the week of Feb 4, we thoroughly expand on our framework for parenting and make it applicable to all families. Join us! Your kids will thank you!
In this podcast episode, Jim and Chad take a deeper dive into the dynamics of dads’ good intentions with their kids. If you sometimes feel like you’re doing your best and it’s just not good enough, be encouraged and equipped by the ideas in this practical podcast. In this podcast you’ll: listen as Jim shares some helpful insights from his own relationship with his dad.  hear a roleplay illustrating typical default parenting and the messages kids may actually be receiving. be given examples demonstrating how to communicate messages of grace and truth to your kids in clear and practical ways. Whether you are a dad (or mom!) who’s raising toddlers, tweens, or teens these deep and heartfelt principles can help change the trajectory of your family for generations to come. We invite you to listen to the rest of this podcast series and be encouraged to lead your family with grace!  Our Discipline That Connects with Your Child’s Heart online course registration is now open! In this 8-session course, beginning the week of Feb 4, we thoroughly expand on our framework for parenting and make it applicable to all families. Join us! Your kids will thank you!
Join Jim Jackson, Connected Families co-founder, and Chad Hayenga, LMFT, Certified Life Coach and parent coach, for this first episode in a 5-part series for dads. Moms, of course you’re welcome to listen! But Jim and Chad will be addressing specific issues unique to dads.   Often dads are working outside the home and that can bring unique challenges. It’s easy to carry stress from work into the pressure cooker of home. Dads frequently, not always, feel they need to use strong authority to manage conflict in the family. The messages dads want to convey are often not the ones that kids receive. This can build disconnection and resentment in family relationships, despite the best intentions. In this podcast you’ll: learn 4 principles for parenting in a way that builds connection and respect. hear a story about a dad who finally achieved a life-long goal with his kids when he began to focus on these principles. receive 4-5 key questions to guide your thinking for inevitable discipline situations. So whether you are a dad (or mom!) who’s raising toddlers, tweens, or teens these deep and heartfelt principles can help change the trajectory of your family for generations to come. We invite you to listen to the rest of this podcast series and be encouraged to lead your family with grace! Our Discipline That Connects with Your Child’s Heart online course registration is now open! In this 8-session course, beginning the week of Feb 4, we thoroughly expand on our framework and make it applicable to all families. Join us! Your kids will thank you!
Family Gatherings

Family Gatherings

2019-12-0400:22:26

You’ve just had Thanksgiving and might still be recovering from the overt or passive-aggressive comments from extended family about your kids’ behavior and your parenting choices. Family gatherings can be HARD...especially if we sense that external pressure is shifting our parenting style to avoid criticism.  On this podcast Jim and Lynne Jackson tackle this tough and timely issue. In today’s episode you’ll learn: How to graciously talk to your parents (or other family members) about your parenting goals. How to stay consistent and confident in your own parenting. How to prep your kids for success at family gatherings. Listen in and be encouraged. You’ll be ready for any extended family gatherings (birthday parties, Christmas, Easter, reunions, etc.) as you make a commitment to stay consistent and confident in your own parenting. Want to dig deeper? Check out these helpful family gathering resources:  Read “3 Steps For Success in Holiday Chaos”. Read “What To Do When Relatives Criticize Your Parenting”. Read “Family Gatherings: Who’s In Charge” . If you have a child who struggles with sensory sensitivities, share “Viewing Your Child Through a Different Lens” with your family. Buy our Framework Magnet ($2!) to have handy as you explain your parenting goals. Encourage your parents, grandparents, or interested relatives to download and read, “4 Messages Every Child Longs to Hear.” To launch confidently into 2020 requires an extra $200,000 over and above monthly giving. Join our Donor Team at the $50 level and receive a Thank You gift!
In this podcast, Jim Jackson interviews Stacy Bellward, online course moderator, in a fun and heartfelt conversation. (Find out what even got Jim a little teary!)  You’ll get the real scoop on the Discipline That Connects with Your Child’s Heart online course, so you can know whether or not it’s a fit for you and your family. In this 15-minute podcast we explore: the history behind the Discipline That Connects with Your Child’s Heart online course. how Stacy went from being a student (2014), to moderating (2015), to project managing and producing the updated version (2018). what impact the DTC online course has had on families just like yours. what is included in the registration fee and what some of the key takeaways are from the course. One mom shared a realization as she began to walk in God’s grace for her parenting: “If I’m not defined by my past behavior then my kids aren’t either!” As God’s grace invades our messes, we learn that it’s who we are in Christ that defines us and empowers us to parent differently.  Don’t miss your opportunity to experience this life-changing course with hundreds of others from around the world! To learn more Read through our Frequently Asked Questions about this online course.   Register for our Discipline That Connects With Your Child’s Heart (https://connectedfamilies.org/dtc/online-course/) online course TODAY! Course begins on October 1st!
Today, Stacy Bellward interviews Jim and Lynne Jackson as they dive deep into ways to correct kids’ misbehavior with the message, “You are RESPONSIBLE for your actions”. Misbehavior is like the tip of the iceberg. If we make misbehavior our primary focus we miss guiding our children toward lasting change and growth. During this episode, all four parts of the Connected Families framework are brought together.  “You are SAFE with me.”  What’s going on with me?  Can I exchange my inner angst for God’s grace and truth so my child feels safe?  “You are LOVED no matter what.” Express unconditional love, which often brings a child to repentance.  “You are CALLED & CAPABLE.” Coach my child toward wiser choices and better use of their gifts; solve the problem together.  You are RESPONSIBLE for your actions.” Hold a child accountable to make right what they’ve made wrong.  In this episode we talk through: teaching your kids what it means to make right what they’ve made wrong. the story of a young boy who hits his sibling and reconciles well. how parents might respond when a teen misses the bus.   Want to learn more? Download our eBook Four Messages Every Child Longs To Hear Read yesterday’s article about cultivating respect in your child. Register for our Discipline That Connects With Your Child’s Heart online course this fall. Course begins on October 1st!
Stacy Bellward is joined by Jim and Lynne Jackson to talk about the third part of the Connected Families framework: You are CALLED and CAPABLE! They spend much of their time focusing on the idea of finding the gifts in your child’s misbehavior.  Listen to today’s podcast as we discuss the following: The mind-bending idea of gifts-gone-awry. Why it is difficult for parents to embrace this challenging concept. A biblical example of when Jesus sees a gift-gone-awry. The importance of not suppressing kids gifts. We also hear from Jessica, an alum from the Discipline that Connects With Your Child’s Heart online course. She shares a practical example of looking for the gift-gone-awry in a tough situation with her son. Before taking the course, in various ways she had communicated the message to her son, “You are a problem!” Now her relationship with him is being transformed as she is learning to view him as someone gifted for God’s purposes! Want to learn more? Download our eBook Four Messages Every Child Longs to Hear. No time to listen right now? Check out yesterday's article to learn more about finding the "gifts-gone-awry" in your child's struggles. Register for our Discipline That Connects With Your Child’s Heart online course this fall.  (https://connectedfamilies.org/dtc/online-course) Course begins on October 1st!  Subscribe to never miss an episode!
Stacy Bellward is joined by Jim and Lynne Jackson to talk about a message that is essential for discipline situations: You are LOVED no matter what!  Why is this necessary? Don’t kids already know they are loved? During the frustration of misbehavior, kids can easily internalize a perception that their parents don’t like them. If we don’t intentionally communicate the message “You are LOVED no matter what” during challenges, kids will only become more discouraged. And if they believe they have to perform well to be loved, that can weave insecurity into the very fabric of their lives. In this podcast we discuss in-depth what it looks like to practically bring “love-no-matter-what” into daily discipline challenges. We explore the questions:   What can we do to prevent performance-based insecurity?  Start with a heart to sincerely connect with your child, not to manipulate them. Then offer the same kind of connection that is natural in your relationship in non-conflict situations - like touch, humor, or verbal affection. Doesn’t this let kids off the hook when they misbehave?  It actually helps keep them on the hook. Communicating love in the midst of misbehavior earns parents the respect needed to guide children to make right what they’ve made wrong. (See Romans 2:4)  What does “love-no-matter-what” look like in real life? In today's podcast, Nichole, an adoptive mom with six kids, shares her story with strategies for connecting during misbehavior and the impact it’s had in her family. Want to learn more? Download the free Romans 8:38,39 adaption mentioned in the podcast.  Register for our Discipline That Connects With Your Child’s Heart online course (https://connectedfamilies.org/dtc/online-course). The course starts on October 1st! Download our eBook Four Messages Every Child Longs to Hear.
Being an emotionally safe parent is not about being soft or lenient. It’s also not suppressing our anxiety and frustration and trying to look calm when we discipline our kids. If we engage with a heart attitude of “What is wrong with you?!” our kids won’t feel safe with us.  The starting place for making your home a safe haven is to take an honest look at how you might be contributing to the conflict with your child.  When you engage with a heart of grace and a sense of purpose for the discipline situation, it’s much easier to help your child feel emotionally safe.  In this podcast, Stacy Bellward interviews Jim and Lynne Jackson, co-founders of Connected Families about the foundational principle in the Discipline that Connects With Your Child’s Heart online course: What does it mean to be an emotionally safe parent? You’ll hear an amazing story written by a parent who transformed  her relationship with her troubled child through the principle of emotional safety. This podcast and story hold lots of practical ideas you can apply today! If you don’t have time to listen, read our article Becoming An Emotionally Safe Parent.  To learn more about Connected Families framework for parenting download our eBook Four Messages Every Child Longs to Hear.
We’re in back-to-school season, bringing all the joy and anxiety that comes with it. One question we hear when we talk with parents is, “What do I do when my child won’t get ready for school on time?” This week Stacy Bellward and Jim Jackson interview Chad Hayenga, LMFT and parent coach about how to respond in a kind, but firm, way to this high-stress time of day.  Short answer: The natural impact, without parental intervention, is what will be the greatest teacher.   Listen in as we explore a deeper dive into this frustrating issue:  Step 1 - IDENTIFY: Be clear in your expectations and ensure that your child has the ability to understand and clearly knows what to do to get out the door.   Step 2 - EMPOWER: If kids are struggling, empower them to identify exactly what they may need from you to help them get going in the morning.  Step 3 - TRANSFER: Try to avoid lecturing and nagging, and implement your plan so you transfer the weight of responsibility to the child. One resource we recommend is our free eBook Consequences that Actually Work where you will learn about natural, logical, and restitution consequences. Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
My Child Hits Me

My Child Hits Me

2019-08-1400:21:57

Your child is escalating quickly and you have a pretty good idea where this is headed. You know the scenario...the anger turns to screaming, which then becomes a full-blown tantrum.  Pretty soon your child hits YOU. In today’s episode Stacy Bellward and Jim Jackson interview Lynne Jackson, OTR as she helps to answer the question: “What should I do when my child is so out of control they hit me?!” She draws on her occupational therapy knowledge to help us understand how brain function impacts this tough dilemma. The quick answer: Work to figure out and verbalize what your child’s hands are trying to say. If their mouth could say it, their hands wouldn’t need to. If it continues, try to find the most loving way possible to keep everyone physically safe. In this podcast we’ll explore this common scenario based on the Connected Families framework:  FOUNDATION: You are safe with me. What’s going on in you? Are you responding back with anger because you are embarrassed or ashamed? (“What is wrong with this kid?!”)  Instead, step away with calming thoughts like: “This is normal.” or “These emotions are too big for my child." CONNECT: You are loved no matter what. Heartfelt, sincere empathy is very powerful. State what your child is feeling and wanting. COACH: You are capable… of using your words to solve problems. Help your child with the messy process of gradually learning respectful self-advocacy as you teach emotional awareness outside of conflict times. CORRECT: You are responsible for your actions. Help your child choose a way to use their hands to restore the connection in the relationship.  As mentioned in this podcast, the Connected Families framework is also available on a magnet that is available for purchase.  Keep it visible anywhere you typically look, for constant reminders and encouragement in your parenting! To learn more about the topic of your child being too physical when they are angry, order our Discipline That Connects book and take a look at the appendix on aggression. Also, consider registering for our 8-session online course of Discipline That Connects With Your Child's Heart this fall.  Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts.  Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/" Join our private Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ConnectedFamilies) to ask YOUR “What should I do when… ?” question. Subscribe to never miss an episode!
“I don’t WANT to practice my trumpet.” “My piano teacher is mean!” “I don’t have time to practice with all this homework. I want to quit!”  Sound familiar? In today’s podcast, Stacy Bellward and Jim Jackson interview Chad Hayenga, LMFT and parent coach to explore how our parenting framework gives insight into the question: ”What should I do when my tween wants to quit music lessons?” Quick answer: In most cases, help your child understand that it’s important to stick to their commitments (for the duration of that commitment), and provide the support your child needs.  Listen to our full podcast to explore:  SAFE: Is the word “quit” a trigger for you, the parent, for some reason?  LOVED/CONNECT: Can you understand and empathize with what it’s like to be your child? Maybe there’s a very logical reason why music lessons are not working.  CAPABLE: How might you encourage capability in a way your child would receive: “I know this is hard, but you can do this hard thing!”?  RESPONSIBLE: How do I help my child develop a sense of ownership for this?  In conclusion: Be in prayer and ask God for wisdom about this difficult decision.  Encourage your kids even as you keep them responsible for their commitments. But if music lessons (or any other commitment!) isn’t benefiting your child don’t let it cost you the relationship. Find other ways for your child to learn responsibility.  To learn more about our parenting framework, download our FREE ebook Four Messages Every Child Longs To Hear.  Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Join our private Facebook group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/ConnectedFamilies) to ask YOUR “What should I do when… ?” question. Subscribe to never miss an episode!
My Child Lies to Me

My Child Lies to Me

2019-07-3100:18:48

Your child has just told you something you are pretty sure is not truthful.  What should you do? Do you call them out on it? Should there a serious consequence?  In today’s podcast episode Stacy Bellward and Jim Jackson interview Chad Hayenga, LMFT, and parent coach. Together they tackle the challenging question: “What should I do when my child lies to me?”  The quick answer is:  Think of your big reactions like fertilizer. If you put big emotional intensity into calling out lying, you’re likely to get more of it. Take notice when your child tells the truth and give that a lot of positive attention.  In this episode we address: How to give big intensity to truth-telling instead of lying. How to ask questions that set kids up to tell the truth, rather than questions that trap.  Even when  your child lies, how to stay emotionally safe as a parent so you don’t allow your child to control your emotions.  Consider this:  If you stop giving big energy to lying and start giving big energy to truth-telling, over time, where might you be?  In this podcast we mention our Discipline That Connects online course. This course works to equip and encourage parents in many areas of parenting (including lying) using our parenting framework as the filter. This 8-session online course will be offered twice a year and is also available anytime as a small group.  We'd love to see you there! Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
Words are powerful.  We can so easily take it personally when we hear hurtful words from our children like,  “I HATE YOU!” But instead of reacting in frustration and anger, we encourage you to look below the surface. There may be deep reasons why the child might feel anxious, discouraged or ashamed in a way that is coming out in those aggressive words.  Jim Jackson and Stacy Bellward welcome Lynne Jackson, OTR and parent coach to the show. Lynne is an occupational therapist and brings practical brain-based knowledge and years of experience to this topic.  Today’s episode covers: underlying causes including sensory, emotional, developmental factors that play a role in the words that children say. how you can respectfully and constructively help your children navigate big emotions that drive the hurtful words. the “language of emotions.” (Here’s the link for the feelings poster mentioned.) When your child says, “I hate you!” they’re doing the best they can to tell you something else. Take a breath, then say, “I can see that you’re very, very angry!”  If this topic hits home for you, download our free Helping Kids with Anger e-book (https://connectedfamilies.org/anger-ebook/) to take steps towards peaceful parenting and connection, today. Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
Have you ever wondered, "My child can’t manage to even take the garbage out. How will she ever survive in adulthood?" Or, maybe it sounds more like, "I do so much for these kids. Why can’t they do a few simple things to help out?!" Today’s episode is loaded with tools and will give you a lot to think about as Jim Jackson and Stacy Bellward talk with Connected Families parent coach Chad Hayenga and pull apart the question, “What should I do when my kids won't do their chores without my nagging?" In today’s episode you’ll learn: Effective use of “when/then” statements. The link between clear expectations and kind and firm accountability. Insight into what compels parents to nag their kids.   How to help those distractible kids. How to link privileges to responsibilities in an encouraging way.  and more!  Ready to go deeper on this topic? Our 4-session online course, “The Entitlement Fix” (also available for small groups!) will give your family the tools you need to grow gratefulness and hard work. At only $23, we feel that this is a fantastic value. If that isn’t in your budget, check out our scholarship options.   Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook and Instagram Subscribe to never miss an episode!
My Kids Fight All the Time!

My Kids Fight All the Time!

2019-07-1000:19:07

It’s summer and the kids are home from school. Is the constant fighting and bickering more than you can take?  This week we welcome Lynne Jackson, parent coach and co-founder of Connected Families. She brings stories and practical solutions you can apply (today!) to the sibling conflict in your home. Your big take-away from this podcast:  Enter with big, sincere empathy for both kids (conflict is hard!) and then, as they begin to settle down, guide them toward their own solution.  To help make this practical we’ll introduce you to The Peace Process. This will give you a simple and memorable path down off “crazy mountain” toward true reconciliation: calm (calm ourselves and help kids calm down) understand (empathize with your kids and help them understand each other) solve (use questions to help kids solve their problem) celebrate (highlight and recognize what went well)  We expand on these ideas in our 5-session online course Sibling Conflict: From Bickering to Bonding (also available for small groups!) In this course we equip you with lots of practical tools so your kids can learn to resolve their own conflicts well. At $28, we feel like that is a fantastic bargain! If that isn’t in your budget, check out our scholarship options. Register today! Your kids will thank you!  Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
Parenting is hard. It takes everything we have...and then some. What happens when we get to the point of feeling totally overwhelmed and hopeless? On this Connected Families Podcast episode, we discuss these overwhelmed feelings, pull them apart, and ask what we can do about them.  Our guest today is parenting coach and Connected Families co-founder, Lynne Jackson. Lynne clearly remembers the times she felt overwhelmed and hopeless as she raised her three rambunctious kids. She will bring practical ideas to encourage you today.  In this podcast we discuss: How expectations can feed feelings of hopelessness. The idea behind toxic half-truths.   Two key questions to help us identify and replace toxic lies with God’s truth. Help your child feel safe, loved, called and capable, and responsible for their actions. Check out the following resources: Parenting Assessment (FREE!) Take this 24-question (15-minute) assessment to learn your parenting strengths and opportunities for growth.  Peaceful Mothering DVD We’ve developed this DVD (and corresponding discussion handouts) to be used for Mom groups (like MOPS) but individuals and groups of friends will benefit as well. Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies) and Instagram  (https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams) Subscribe to never miss an episode!
SCREEN TIME!!! It’s a persistent battle in almost every home. And it is one of the questions we receive most frequently. What should you do when your child constantly asks you for screen time?  And more screen time? We expand on the following three ideas in this podcast: Get yourself calm. Be clear about expectations, and what will happen if expectations aren’t met. Hold kids accountable to meet those expectations in a way that gains, not loses, kids’ respect. Your calm respectfulness gives weight to your authority so you can hold your kids accountable. Might sound simple, but what does this look like in everyday life? Listen in as we use role plays to pull apart a typical parent-child interaction about screens.  Our guest today is Connected Families parent coach Chad Hayenga. Chad is a licensed marriage and family therapist and has coached hundreds of parents - many with tween and teen children (and their challenges). Chad gives practical tips for this heated topic of screen time. He will help you explore the questions: What is your child hearing from you as you engage about screen time? What messages are they getting from you? Is there a better approach? Help your child feel safe, loved, called and capable, and responsible for their actions. Check out the resources we mentioned on the podcast: Discipline That Connects with Your Child's Heart book (also available in audio) Four Messages Every Child Longs to Hear: A Discipline That Connects Overview (FREE ebook!) Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
My Child Won’t Calm Down

My Child Won’t Calm Down

2019-06-1900:23:39

“My child won't calm down!” Have you ever said these words? Perhaps even this morning? ;-) On this Connected Families Podcast episode we discuss this relevant parenting concern and provide steps that you can take to move forward with grace and connection. Our guest today is parenting expert, and Connected Families co-founder, Lynne Jackson, OTR. Lynne brings practical tips that you can use and a deeper understanding around the brain science of meltdowns. She’ll help you explore the questions: What is going on with me?!? What is going on with my child? How should I respond when my child won't calm down? You’ll learn what to say and do when your child won’t calm down, including how to effectively use empathy in the midst of a meltdown (I know! It’s hard!). You’ll also learn the keys to reducing the frequency of those meltdowns over the long haul, so your child can begin to learn to calm down independently when upset. Help your child feel safe, loved, called and capable, and responsible for their actions. Check out the resources we mentioned on the podcast: Discipline That Connects with Your Child's Heart book (also available in audio) Four Messages Every Child Longs to Hear: A Discipline That Connects Overview (FREE ebook!) Want to learn more? Subscribe to catch each episode on Apple Podcasts or wherever you find podcasts. Follow us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ConnectedFamilies/ and Instagram https://www.instagram.com/connectedfams/ Subscribe to never miss an episode!
Connected Families Podcast

Connected Families Podcast

2019-05-2100:00:37

Welcome to the Connected Families Podcast! We are committed to bringing you content that will challenge, encourage, and equip you to be the thoughtful and confident parent you long to be.  Beginning June 19th, the Connected Families podcast will be coming your way! Season 1 explores the question, "What should I do when.....?" . Subscribe on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. Or share your name and email address below to ensure that each and every episode lands in your inbox. Season 1 asks the question: “What should I do when….?”  Episode 1 – June 19, 2019 – My child won’t calm down. Episode 2 – June 26, 2019 – My child will not get off screens. Episode 3 – July 3, 2019 – I feel overwhelmed and hopeless. Episode 4 – July 10, 2019 – My kids fight all the time! Episode 5 – July 17, 2019 – My child says that they hate me. Episode 6 – July 24, 2019 – My kids won’t do their chores without my nagging. Episode 7 – July 31, 2019 – My child is hitting me. Episode 8 – August 7, 2019 – My tween wants to quit his instrument lesson. Episode 9 – August 14, 2019 – My child lies to me. Episode 10 – August 21, 2019 – My tween will not get ready for school on time.
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