It’s the age old homeschool dilemma: how do I get my kids to do what I need them to do and to care about what I think they should care about?
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Join us this month as we get “back to basics” with a parenting classic: How to Talk So Kids Will Listen & Listen So Kids Will Talk by Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish.
Solving the dilemma starts with helping our kids deal with their feelings. As Faber and Mazlish so aptly put it—when kids feel right, they behave right. Yet “helping our kids deal with their feelings” is not always as simple as it sounds. At its heart, it requires that we accept all their feelings, even the ones that make us angry or anxious. Yikes!
We’ll dive deep into how to navigate the inherent conflict of needs that exists between us as parents and those endearing yet oh-so-frustrating young people we care about so deeply and passionately. Along the way we’ll discover the five skills to engage cooperation and the attitude that helps children thrive (and what attitude defeats them!).
Have a particularly sticky problem you are struggling with? Join now to get a chance to submit your cooperation bugaboos for Julie, Stephanie and Jeanne to address in our monthly webinar.
Take a look at what the Homeschool Alliance has to offer. All the good stuff will be open to you. Think of it as your best online resource for everything you need to feel good about the home education you are providing to your kids.
We offer so many tools to help you:
- Monthly webinars
- Free digital copies of Julie’s books (A Gracious Space)
- A library of resources to educate you about parenting, school subjects, family dynamics, and extracurricular activities
- Julie’s coaching tools to help you evaluate this year and plan next year
- A discussion board to meet other homeschool alliance members and to receive coaching
…and so much more!