Stop Fixing Behavior and Start Building Belief :: Jim and Lynne Jackson :: ITA105

By June 14, 2016Podcast

Do you ever feel like all those consequences you’re doling out for bad behavior are only causing a rift in your relationship with your child?  Jim and Lynne Jackson are Parenting Coaches (can a get a “Hallelujah?!”) who are sharing about turning your focus from “fixing” your child’s behavior to connecting with their heart instead.

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  • Why focusing on your own parenting can be more beneficial than focusing on your child’s behavior.
  • How quick fixes don’t work: parenting is more like turning a barge than a speedboat.
  • Practical tips on dealing with disobedience and tantrums.
  • About the framework for Christ-centered parenting:4M framework_simple2016_color

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Quick Links

  1. The Jacksons’ books and resources
  2. Julie Barnhill’s book, She’s Gonna Blow!: Real Help for Moms Dealing with Anger
  3. Printable PDF of the framework for parenting: CFFramework4x7Magnet_April2016
  4. Love the song in the outro? It’s called God Day. It’s by Jen Stanbro and you can get it on iTunes by clicking here and check out Jen’s site by clicking here.

Connect with Jim and Lynne

Website:
Connected Families

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  • Carlineke jones says:

    Yet another fabulous podcast!! Yay for y’all!! Love it. So practical so focussed on great useful parenting advice!! Thanks so much. Xxoocj

  • Heather says:

    Thanks so much! Really trying to apply it to my parenting!
    Only issue.. someone was taking sips of coffee the whole time it sounded!

    • Kat Lee says:

      Heather – yes, sorry about that. It was so good, though, I didn’t want to not publish the episode. I’ll definitely remind guests to turn off their mic when sipping coffee. 🙂

    • Jim says:

      Heather – I am the guilty sipper! I used a new little cup during the podcast that I’ve not used before. Lynne kept tapping my arm and I thought it was because the cup was noisy on the desk. I’ll never do it again! I promise. Thanks for your understanding.

  • Elzani says:

    Just love your practical advice Thank you!

  • Louise says:

    I have had much difficulty parenting my boys ( 10 and 12 ) , I have been very behaviour based. After hearing this podcast I wonder how do I switch gears after 10+ years of behaviour focused parenting?
    I really enjoyed this episode.
    Louise