Are my teens or tweens constantly pushing my buttons?
Do I try to guide them, but instead feel like I’m at the end of my rope?
Do I feel like they never listen to me and sometimes I wonder if it is even possible to build lasting relationship with them?
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Do I Need the eCourse?
With All Due Respect is an opportunity like none other. It’s a devotional, it’s Bible Study, and it’s a training course all rolled into one. Not only that, but when done in a group setting it is amazingly powerful. You’ll learn parenting skills that have the ability to change you, change your kids, and the relationships and dynamics in your home. You’ll develop friendships with other moms who will want to walk beside you through the trenches of parenting.
And even if you already have good relationship with your kids, with the skills we’ll ask you to refine, you will be amazed at the strengthening that will happen in those connections. At the very least you’ll have deep lasting friendships with the moms that work through the book with you.
If you don’t have a group of moms that can meet with you for nine weeks to go through the course, then maybe our online eCourse is for you. The women in these courses spur each other on to take the next step with encouragement and positive reinforcement.
Here’s why you should do this book in community:
God created us to be in relationship with Him and with other people and brain research has proven that lasting change happens in the context of community. Practicing new behaviors repetitively with safe people rewires our brain. It makes those new skills “stick”.
If you are looking for skills to help you connect with your kids so that they will listen more often and seek you out for advice allowing you to coach them to do the right thing, this course is for you.
While the book is written for moms, we’ve had dads join in the small groups so that both parents can learn the skills together. If your group decides to have couples go through the course, Dad Questions are available on our website or in the Small Group Leader’s Guide.
Hope you’ll join other parents in the journey to a more fulfilling relationship with your teens and tweens.