What is Value Based Parenting?

The Value Based Parenting method gives parents knowledge and tools to instill and reinforce solid principles and morals that their children can carry into adulthood. This method isnt just about getting a childs behavior in control, but rather its ...about but developing the childs conscience and integrity their values. Value Based Parenting is a positive and affirming way to teach healthy boundaries with which the child can begin to govern themselves as they get older. Children raised with this method learn to feel satisfaction and achievement in accepting responsibility, making wise choices and contributing to the family structure. Value Based Parenting help preserve and strengthen the integrity of the family unit through consistency, communication and love.

CD 1 (Greatest Human Need)
- Job of a Parent
- Parenting out of guilt and shame
- The greatest human need
- Ripple effect
- Parenting out of fear vs. love
- Boundaries
- Filters

CD 2 (Creating Rapport with children)
- Creating rapport with children
- Your child's greatest need
- Fear
- Vale based and love
- Rules vs. Values

CD 3 (Mixed families and Co-Parenting)
- Single Parenting
- Blended Families
- Polarized Parents
- Overcoming crisis and contention
- Growing out of crisis
- 3 Steps of communication

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TurnigLeaf Seminars with Dean N. Nixon Testimonials

This video was created by individuals who went through TurningLeaf Seminars and wanted to share their experience. Turn your speakers up to hear the video better.
BeenThere, Done That…I can't believe my kid ate that.

This is the section of the blog that I am calling the Been There, Done That story. I want to hear from you. Share your similar experiences that unite us all…

I had taken my kids to McDonald's one night for dessert and some time on the play land. The kids were up in the tunnels and I took a call on my cell phone. While talking with a friend of mine, my 3 three year old came and sat next to me. I looked at him and said, "Oh, are you finishing your nuggets" and then I was flooded with panic when I remembered we didn't order nuggets, we only had dessert. Oh gross!

So now I want to here similar stories. Share your " I can't believe my kid ate that" story.