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"My freshmen son goes from 0 to 10 very quickly. He yells at us. He is addicted to video games. Nothing we do seems to work. What can we do?"
"My daughter will not speak with me. She calls me "annoying", "mean" and says she doesn't like me. How do I engage her and heal our relationship?"
"How do I coach my kids to use the communication tools I am learning from you?"
"My 9-year old son has serious anger issues. He behaves well at school but not at home. How can I break this cycle?"
"When my son acts out he will later calm down and say, "I am sorry", but I don't feel like he is really sorry. Worst of all, it's not breaking the pattern of his acting this way. I am at a loss, what can I do to break this cycle with him?"
"We need to have a family meeting about screen time for the summer. Our boys expect to be able to be on screens all day in the summer from 8am until bedtime. When we try to have a family meeting, our boys gang up together against us - they don't want to talk about it, they immediately shut down, they don't want to find a win/win. They yell and say that all their friends get to play all day long. Anything we try to do to make the meeting fun (ice cream sundaes, etc...) is rejected.
Any advice about how to approach this with them?"
"I’m working hard to rebuild my relationship with my 15-year-old daughter. We are using your tools and making good progress, but then I’ll make a mistake it brings her back to square one. She gets hopeless and says I will never change. What can I do?”
"I am using your tools to create win/wins with my three teens. My 18-year-old choose to not attend the Family Meeting so his two sisters and moved forward and made some progress, but now the 18-year is complaining and not on board, what should I do?"
"We started family meetings and they are going great, but I have noticed we have a meltdown or flare up a few days after. How can I break this pattern?"
"I got these nice "voucher cards" from my 15-year old son for Mother's Day. I used one for a long hike, but he whined and complained the whole time. He ruined it. Here is how I handled it...What else could I have done?"
"I am stuck in a loop with my 13-year-old daughter. She will share her feelings about wanting to be totally unlimited on her cell phone often, but I/we can't seem to get our of this same conversation! Help please."
"My 6 and 9-year-old, they are less able to explain their emotions and mostly just get angry and break down, as opposed to my 12 years old who will talk back and is very vocal. How do I use these tools with younger kids?"
"My son snaps at me often. He doesn't eat well or take care of himself and is on screens even more than before (which was too much!) during this Shelter-in-Place. How do I break this pattern, and how do I respond when he says he doesn't care about me or my feelings?"
"My 17-year-old son refused to get off his video game and come to the family movie what could I have done?"
"My son doesn't want to wake up or get up. He wants to lay in bed late, and when I try to talk to him about it, or even parent him, he gets quiet, shuts down, and complains. We call him "One-Word-Nathan. He refuses to talk to engage, it's so frustrating. Should can I do?"
"My 17-year old son is staying up late playing his guitar and making noise and keeping my daughter up who is home from college. She is very upset and is threatening to move back to her college apartment, what should I do?"
"What does a parent pep-talk sound like?"
"Why I ask my 12-year-old son to get off his game and come to our 9 am home school, he ignores me. In fact, he ignores my husband often as well, even when asks him to play soccer or hang out. I am trying not to do my Reactions, what should I do?"
“"What is a healthy amount of screen time during Shelter-In-Place?"
“Are kids allowed to give parents cards?” (A question about the "Card System from the Masterclass.
“My daughter gets very aggressive, sharp and mean with her comments when she is angry. She wants to rage and we keep telling her that would be inappropriate."
"What do I do when my son walks out of a family meeting?"
"What do I do when my son says he doesn't care?”
"What do I when I ask my daughter what she is feeling and she says, "I don't know."
"I seem to be caving a lot and I can't break the cycle. Can you help me?"
"How do I speak with a teen boy who walks out of his bedroom, says "Shut up, leave me alone" and then asks mew to make him a bagel?"
“How to respond when a 16 year old wants to got to the park during shelter-in-place, but mom's nice dinner is about to be done, and he doesn't want to come?"
"My kids are out of school next week which means they have more free time. And this means they have more opportunity to get in trouble. I find myself getting stuck in the cycle of reminding and can't get out, and it's going to get worse now that they have all this free time. And despite all this, they still don't listen to me, do things like their chores, and then I have a hard time following through."