Teaching Values and Coping Skills

[amazon asin=0062196847&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Madeline Levine, author of Teach Your Children Well.
Topic:
Why values and coping skills matter more than grades, trophies, and “fat envelopes.”
Issues: Learning to shift our focus from the excesses of hyperparenting and the unhealthy reliance on our children for status and meaning to a parenting style that concentrates on both enabling academic success and developing a sense of purpose and well-being.

Teach Your Children Well + Organization for Sensory Children

[amazon asin=0062196847&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Madeline Levine, author of Teach Your Children Well.
Topic:
Why values and coping skills matter more than grades, trophies, and “fat envelopes.”
Issues: Learning to shift our focus from the excesses of hyperparenting and the unhealthy reliance on our children for status and meaning to a parenting style that concentrates on both enabling academic success and developing a sense of purpose and well-being.

[amazon asin=1451664281&template=thumbleft&chan=default]Carolyn Dalgliesh, author of The Sensory Child Gets Organized.
Topic:
Proven systems for rigid, anxious, or distracted kids
Issues: What is a sensory child? What makes your sensory child tick? Using structure and routines to connect with your child; preparing your child for sensory and school experiences.

Teaching Values + Adventures in Homeschooling

[amazon asin=B005GNKI30&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Mary O’Dohohue, author of When You Say ‘Thank You,’ Mean It.
Topic: 12 lessons for instilling lifelong values in your children.
Issues: A 12-month program (that’s easy to implement and actually works) for teaching values: gratitude, self-respect, respect for others, integrity, compassion, forgiveness, a sense of joy, commitment, lifelong learning, inner strength, spirituality, and a sense of purpose.


[amazon asin=0399537600&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Quinn Cummings, author of The Year of Learning Dangerously.
Topic: Adventures in homeschooling.
Issues: Making the decision to enter the unfamiliar water of homeschooling; the highlights and pitfalls of taking your children’s education into your own hands; what do to—and what not to do along the way.

Teaching Values + The Homeschooling Adventure + Bullies and Asperger’s + Bullyproof Your Child

[amazon asin=B005GNKI30&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 1: Mary O’Dohohue, author of When You Say ‘Thank You,’ Mean It.
Topic: 12 lessons for instilling lifelong values in your children.
Issues: A 12-month program (that’s easy to implement and actually works) for teaching values: gratitude, self-respect, respect for others, integrity, compassion, forgiveness, a sense of joy, commitment, lifelong learning, inner strength, spirituality, and a sense of purpose.


[amazon asin=0399537600&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 2: Quinn Cummings, author of The Year of Learning Dangerously.
Topic: Adventures in homeschooling.
Issues: Making the decision to enter the unfamiliar water of homeschooling; the highlights and pitfalls of taking your children’s education into your own hands; what do to—and what not to do along the way.


[amazon asin=1843108461&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 3: Nick Dubin, author of Asperger’s Syndrome and Bullying.
Topic: Strategies and solutions for kids with Asperger’s and their parents.
Issues: Almost all children with Asperger’s are victimized by bullies between the ages of 11 and 19; the traits that make children with Asperger’s particularly susceptible to bullying; teaching children how to tell the difference between bullying and true friendship.


[amazon asin=0399533184&template=thumbnail1&chan=default]Guest 4: Joel Haber, author of Bullyproof Your Child for Life.
Topic: Protecting children from teasing, taunting, and bullying for good.
Issues: How our culture glorifies bullies and holds abusive people (like Simon Cowell on American Idol) up as role models; specific questions, comebacks, and action steps to help any child build resilience and confidence, and thrive in school, camp, sports, and beyond.