Nicholeen and Spencer Give Parenting Advice on TV

As I was thinking about what question would beneficial to answer today on M*, I realized I had just answered questions this morning on television which might be of interest to M* readers.  Today my husband and I had a great day with Debbie and Ron on The KJZZ morning show hosted by KUTV2 news station.  I hope these video clips will be interesting and useful to you and your family.  Today’s topic was consequences and how to choose them.  Remember, “Home should be the safest place to make mistakes.”  (Parenting A House United)

  Below are the links to the two segments we appeared in. 

Segment one: http://connect2utah.com/content/fulltext/?cid=79502

Segment Two: http://connect2utah.com/media_player.php?media_id=119902

Last month we also appeared on the show and will on the second Friday of each month.  Below are the links to last month’s segments.

Segment one: http://connect2utah.com/content/video/?watch=1&cid=76602

Segment two: http://connect2utah.com/media_player.php?media_id=114272

For more free parenting information go to Nicholeen’s Blog http://teachingselfgovernment.com

2 thoughts on “Nicholeen and Spencer Give Parenting Advice on TV

  1. Nicholeen, I really liked your advice. Luckily, my wife and I are following your advice for the most part. One of the keys is positive consequences.

    With our older kids, we have a chart with responsibilities and activities for every week. If they do what they are supposed to do, they get points, which can be converted into positive consequences (see a movie, go to a water park with their friends, etc). If they don’t do what they’re supposed to do, they get points taken away.

    I liked the interview although I wish the hosts had allowed you to talk more in the first segment.

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