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List Name and Age of child whose challenge you are working on this week:
What are you working on?
Week 1 Homework:
Do something to take care of yourself 4 times this week. List 4 different things that you did for yourself.
Offer one genuine encounter per child per day. Describe one of these encounters.
Commit to not spanking or making your child feel worse in order to do better.
Read Chapters 2 and 3 in Redirecting Children's Behavior. Share your favorite thought from the book.
Week 2 Homework:
Think of something your child does better than you. Ask your child to teach you how to do this. Describe what happened.
Encourage your children at least 3 times a day. Share 3 ways you encouraged your children.
Practice asking for what you want. Give an example you used this week.
Do an Encouragement Feast with your family. What was the result or takeway from this experience?
Read Chapters 5 and 6 in Redirecting Children's Behavior. Share your favorite thought from the book.
Week 3 Homework:
Practice redirecting your children's goals. Give an example of one goal you were able to redirect.
Review the Logical Consequences section in Section 4.
Reference worksheet on page 137, fill it out, and bring to 1:1 private call.
Read Chapters 4 and 7 in Redirecting Children's Behavior. Share your favorite thought from the book.
Week 4 Homework:
Practice using Feeling Encouragers. Share your experience using this method.
Establish a way to detach and self-quiet. Give an example of how you detached this week.
Practice using the Logical Consequence worksheet. Give an example of how you used a logical consequence effectively.
Have a Family Meeting. How did it go?
Read Chapter 9 in Redirecting Children's Behavior. Share your favorite thought from the book.
Complete a Family Vision Statement.
Homework from the Week:
Answer Sue's Homework Question.
Share a Success Story from the Week:
What's a positive change that happened with you or a child or a co-parent this week?
I am 100% responsible for how I showed up this week!
We are on the same parenting team:
We speak positively about each other in front of the children:
When we text or call we keep our conversation short, polite and solution focused:
We avoid speaking to our child about adult issues or things they cannot control:
We have similar house rules as the other parent when it comes to safety and emotional well-being:
We keep our child out of the middle and talk directly to the other parent:
We agree to disagree when we are not able to solve a problem. We seek help from the advice of a professional:
We use self-quieting to manage upset before trying to solve a problem. " I am too angry to talk right now. I will call you in 30 minutes:
We act in a way that helps our co-parenting relationship improve:
I talked to the other parent about our weekly goals
I spoke positive about the other parent in front of my child.
I text or emailed the other parent this week and communicated in a positive way.
I encourage a close relationship with the other parent.
I chose not to speak with my child about adult issues or things they have no control over.
I chose to act in a way that helped my co-parenting relationship.
I took care of myself this week. I did four nice things for myself this week.
I read from the Redirecting Children's Behavior book.
How has this course impacted your children, yourself and your home?
How has this course impacted your co-parenting relationship?
Do you feel like more training is needed?
Yes, I need another month of training and practice.
Yes, my co-parent and I need more training and practice.
No, we are seeing improvement and are committed to continuing to work on co-parenting!
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