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Parenting can be tough - but our parenting videos approach the subject with empathy and practical advice. These lessons will be used again and again as your clients learn to handle parenting situations each and every day.


Parenting Without Shame Ch. 1 - 20 min. Even though we were all children once, we forget how innocently and simply our kids see the world. What changes that? For many, it’s shame. Shame doesn’t leave marks; it doesn’t leave bruises; you don’t even know you have it. And yet, it shapes our lives and the lives of our children. But you can break the bonds of shame by learning what it looks like and how it affects a child. Raise confident kids who understand their value and worth and grow in yours too with Parenting Without Shame! Topics include: •Parenting•Shame•Value•Training Heart•Developing Character•Life Lessons•Shaping a Child•Emotional Needs•Abuse •Child’s Character•Truth and Lies•Life Lessons ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 2 - 15 min. Shame has a deep impact on our children’s lives. As they grow up, it becomes thick in their hearts and reflected in their relationships. It prevents them from learning healthy values and lessons and from developing empathy and care for others. In this lesson, learn about the effects of shame and how you can make impactful changes to model healthy behavior for your children in order to shape them rather than shame them. Topics include: •Parenting•Shame•Shame’s Effects•Values •Child’s Character•Developing Empathy•Modeling Behavior•Owning Behavior•Making Changes•Life Lessons ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 3 - 10 min. Do you want to raise your child in shame? Prevent them from having healthy relationships as adults? No, you don’t! No parent wants this! But before you can break the cycle of shame and change how you parent, you need to evaluate your responses and reactions to your child’s behavior. Children watch everything we do, and what we do without realizing they’re watching is powerful! In this lesson, learn to recognize the shaming response or reaction, and then learn some great strategies for raising your child without shame. Topics include: • Parenting•Shame •Response and Reaction•Life Lessons•Character•Relationship of Trust •Modeling Behavior•Emotional Intelligence ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 4 - 11 min. What does a child need in order to grow into a healthy, happy, well-adjusted adult? Most parents know that you need to feed and give them water, shelter and clothes. They also need time with others, language, learning, and exploration. But in order for them to grow into stable, self-confident, and compassionate people, they need to develop emotionally. How do you do this? In this lesson, learn the core emotions your child needs met, especially unconditional love, in order to develop into mature, healthy adults—and how you do it. Topics include:•Parenting•Shame •Emotional Needs•Physical Needs•Cognitive Needs•Unconditional Love •Love Hole•Jesus Love ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 5 - 11 min. Nurturing care of a child teaches them how to trust, be empathetic, and compassionate when they get older. This is something all parents want for their children! But how do you do it and what does it mean to nurture? Learn the important elements of nurture and how this critical aspect of parenting without shame shapes your child in a positive way over time. Topics include: •Parenting•Shame•Nurture•Unconditional Love•Security •Truth•Honesty•Trustworthiness•Parental Acceptance ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 6 - 15 min. Boundaries are those invisible barriers that we establish in relationships in order to protect what we value. They impact all areas of our lives. But boundaries don’t just happen, they have to be taught and internalized. Learn about the different types of boundaries, how to nurture them in your child, why they are important to their development and life, and how they impact your child’s wellbeing. Topics include: •Parenting •Shame•Boundaries•Physical Boundaries•Mental Boundaries•Emotional Boundaries•Personal Boundaries•Praise•Affection•Laughing•Dancing •Playing ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 7 - 12 min. Our emotions are important and valuable to us. And being allowed to own our emotions and express them in a healthy way is one way we feel respected and valued. Children have BIG emotions and can go from excited to sobbing within seconds! Managing those big emotions is something they have to learn. But how do you teach this? Learn why emotional safety is important for kids and the six things you can do to develop that in your child. Topics include: •Parenting•Shame•Emotional Safety•Healthy Discipline•Harsh Discipline•Emotional Intelligence •Listening Skills ©2020

Parenting Without Shame Ch. 8 - 11 min. R E S P E C T respect. It’s the theme of songs, but it’s also important in raising children too. Learn how to discern between fear and respect, and how you can show respect to your child and earn it back. You will also learn why predictability is important to your child’s security, and how to achieve all of this in this final lesson in the Parenting Without Shame series. Topics include: •Parenting•Shame•Respect•Respect Body Boundaries•Respect Opinions•Respect Things•Predicatability•Consistency •Routines•Apologies ©2020

Creating Motivation - 18 min. I want it and I want it now! If you enticed your child with the reward of two marshmallows for waiting just 15 minutes before eating the first one, would they do it? Do they have the self-discipline to delay gobbling one sugary treat right away in order to have two in the future? Self-discipline is hard for us, but it’s especially hard for our kids. So how do you motivate your kids to hold off for a better reward? In this video, we’ll give you three basic parenting rules that along with a few goals and expectations will help give your kids the skills they need to have better self-discipline. Topics include: •Parenting•Creating Motivation•Self-Discipline•Delayed Gratification•Parental Involvement•Sense of Safety•Consistency •Love and Acceptance•Setting Goals•Set Expectations•Communicate Expectations•Self-Reliance ©2019

Creating Honesty - 19 min. We’ve all caught our kids in a lie or two. We’ve even told a few ourselves. Why do kids lie and can you teach them to tell the truth? In this video we talk about why lies happen, how your reactions to lies can in fact encourage them, and what you can do to create an environment of honesty in your home to help your kids choose truth over lies. Topics include: •Parenting•Creating Honesty•Truth•Lies•Consequences •Courage•Celebrate Honesty ©2019

Creating Courage - 18 min. Your child dents your neighbor’s car when playing ball in the street. Do they tell you about it or do they hide it and hope nobody finds out? We want our children to develop into courageous little people who will always do the right thing, even when they’re afraid. But how do you teach it? Does it come from long lectures on the virtues of being courageous? Do they read about it in a book? Or can we look for everyday opportunities in their lives to teach our children about what it means to be courageous? This video gives you tips on how to help your children triumph over their fears and become courageous. Topics include: •Parenting•Creating Courage •Admit Fear•Recognize Fear•Model Courage•Follow Through•Talk to Child •Encourage Courage•Teach Courage ©2019

Creating Kindness - 19 min. We want our kids to help old ladies cross the street, serve meals to the poor, and become pals to lonely kids at school. But how do you teach them to be kind? Where does kindness come from? This video gives you tips on finding those teachable moments in everyday life where you can guide your children to choose kindness, and how you can model this value from your own interactions with them to encourage their hearts. Topics include: •Parenting•Creating Kindness•Teaching•Empathy •Communication•Random Acts of Kindness ©2019

Creating Confidence - 21 min. What kind of super-hero confidence does it take to carry your child through life? To give them super-natural power over their own actions or to defeat the villains of the schoolyard? In this video, we talk about the three things you can do to help create this super-power of confidence in your child! Topics include: •Parenting•Creating Confidence•Bullying•Confidence •Self-Worth•Supportive Home•Childhood friends•Talk to Child•Listen to Child•Use Humor ©2019

ADHD - 25 min. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder or ADHD can make parenting a challenge, as if it wasn’t already! Whether it’s inattentiveness, hyperactivity, impulsiveness, or all three combined, you have your work cut out for you! In this video, we look at what’s true and what’s not about ADHD, four ways you can best support your child and bring peace into your home, and four ways to take great care of yourself when parenting a child with ADHD. Topics include:• Parenting•ADHD•Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder•Inattentive•Hyperactive•Impulsive•Recognizing ADHD•Parenting Strategies•Behavior Therapy•Create Organization •Create Routines•Work Together ©2019

Autism - 22 min. Of the different disorders a child can have, Autism ranks as one of the toughest. There is a lot of confusion about it, but there are also many things we know today to help a child live a happy and purposeful life. In this video, we’ll talk about the what autism is and dispel few misconceptions about it. We’ll look at the behaviors that could be a red flag for you. We’ll also talk about how to get the help and support both you and your child need, and the best ways to relate to a child living with autism. Topics include: •Parenting•Autism Spectrum Disorder•ASD•Celebrate Differences•Repetitive Behaviors•Obsessive Behaviors•Professional Diagnosis ©2019

Strong-Willed Children - 20 min. Do you have a child who is a force to be reckoned with? Who won’t take no for answer, won’t be reasoned with, and won’t do anything they don’t want to do? If so, then you likely have a strong-willed child. Is this good? Is it bad? Can they be taught to comply and cooperate? We’ll talk about all of this and how you can guide your child into becoming the next great leader they are destined to be. Topics include: •Parenting •Strong-Willed•Parenting Styles•Authoritarian Style•Permissive Indulgent Style•Authoritative Style•Gaining Control•Arguing•Making Own Rules •Power Struggles•Self-Taught Lessons ©2019

Child Anger - 21 min. They get SO MAD! And sometimes we just don’t know why! You expect meltdowns from toddlers who are just trying to figure out their big feelings. But what about your school-age child? Is their anger normal or is there something more going on? Are there other intense feelings that your child is struggling with? In this video we talk about what anger can really mean, and we’ll give you some great strategies for helping your child understand and manage their feelings in healthy ways. Topics include: •Parenting•Child Anger•Professional Diagnosis•Anxiety•Stress•Trauma •Developmental Differences•Stay Calm•Talk Through Problems •Don’t Give In•Consequences•Positive Parenting•Cause and Effect ©2019

Sexual Behavior and Children - 26 min. Sexual behavior and kids rank high on the parent meter for uncomfortable topics. What are normal, developmental sexual behaviors in a child and what things should you be concerned about? In this video we talk about the common sexual behaviors in childhood from preschool children up to twelve years old, how you should respond to them, and your important role in shaping your child’s healthy attitudes and behaviors towards sex. Topics include: • Parenting•Sexual Behavior•Common Sexual Behavior•Response to Sexual Behavior•Teaching Limits•Age-Appropriate Discussion•Appropriate Terminology•Protecting Your Child ©2019

Monday: Wake Up to Reality - 30 min. In the intro to the “Have a New Kid by Friday” series Dr. Kevin Leman teaches parents on how to break free from the parent trap. Teaching and “training” your kids from an early age to set them on a good path and guide them to accomplish great things. This session is focused more on the parents and evaluating the parenting style that Is used in each home. By taking some positive action and changing things around your home, it will help you become a better parent. Topics include: •Parenting •Teaching•Training•New Kid•Parenting Styles•Parenting Skills•Home Environment•Reality•Love•Respect•Encouragement•Discipline•Action Plans Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Tuesday: Caution: Children Growing Up Here - 29 min. The second segment in the “Have A New Kid by Friday” series focuses on the kids and what needs parents need to be meeting. He covers the Big 8 things that children need from you and how you can help them grow and be close to them as they traverse through life. Amongst that you’ll also learn how to acknowledge things such as their priorities, passions, pressures etc. and help them work on them. Topics include: •Parenting•New Kid•Teaching•Training•Safety and Security•Love•Attention •Time Spent Together•Discipline•Examples•Plans•Patience•Spiritual Direction•Priorities•Passions•Pressures Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Wednesday: Staying Connected to Be Respected - 29 min. The third installment in the series talks about how staying connected to your children can help keep that respect and make children feel like the are accepted instead of rejected. Asking their opinions and preferences and allowing them to have a say in things can make a world of a difference. Throughout this segment you’ll learn various ways in how you can have a respectful relationship while also strengthening your bond. Topics include: •Parenting•New Kid•Teaching•Training•Staying Connected •Respect•Encouragement Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Thursday: Check Your Attitude at the Door - 32 min. Segment number four is all about attitude. Dr. Kevin Leman discusses on why kids do and don’t misbehave or act out. He gives you an action plan on what things to do and look out for to help your child with their attitude. He also makes sure that you yourself are checking your own attitude at the door. Adult misbehavior influences children’s misbehaviors so keeping yours in check helps your children’s attitude as well. Topics include: •Parenting•New Kid•Teaching•Training•Attitude•Healthy Authority•Consistency•Positive Expectations•Action Plans•Misbehavior Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Friday: The Amazing Race for Self-Esteem - 30 min. The last part of the “Have a New Kid by Friday” Dr. Kevin Leman brings out three different ABC’s for self-esteem. Tips on how to make your child feel welcome and have a sense in belonging in your household are given. The way you parent is critical because you matter a whole lot in your child’s world. Topics include: • Parenting•Training•Teaching•New Kid •Self-Esteem•Acceptance•Belonging•Competence•Action Plan Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Funday: Leman Secrets for Enjoying the Journey - 35 min. Dr. Kevin Leman shares his tips on how you can make every day a Fun-Day with your kids. Topics include: •Parenting•Training•Teaching •New Kid•Enjoy the Journey•Consistency•Follow Through•Responsiveness •Worship Together•Overcommitment Third Party Content: Have A New Kid by Friday ©2009

Single Parenting During Deployment - 20 min. Trying to navigate as a single parent can be difficult in any circumstances, but having a spouse deployed brings unique challenges, and some benefits. This video will help parents prepare for the complications that deployment may bring and it will look at specific ways to help you and your children to emotionally, mentally and physically thrive while your service member is away. A deployed spouse can bring about frustrating times; but it doesn’t have to! Topics include: •Parenting •Single Parenting•Deployment•Financial Plan•Legal Issues•Childcare •Support System•Routines•Teenagers•Communication Plan•Family Stability•Continuity•Involvement•Understanding ©2018

Reunited Parents: Family Unity On Return - 21 min. A spouse’s homecoming is an exciting time! It can also be a time of apprehension, elation, restlessness, and many other feelings. Reintegration after living separately for an extended period of time can create an incredibly stressful circumstance for both parents and children. The reconnection process after deployment can be difficult and any changes may be difficult to adapt to. In this video we will look at positive ways to help you and your children reconnect with your spouse as well as provide support on parenting together during reunification. Topics include: •Parenting•Reunification•Family Unity•Military Return•Expectations •Honeymoon Phase•Adjustment Phase•Integration Phase•Family Role Changes•Resentments•Re-Connection•Big Changes•Routine Changes •Big Emotions ©2018

Value Packed Parenting: The 10 Best Gifts You'll Ever Give Your Kids - 36 min. It's Never Too Late To Become a Better Parent. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Gifts•Values•Virtues•Right from Wrong•Quantity Time•Quality Time•Effort•Safety•Security•Love•Attention•Space•Be an Example •Direction•Boundaries•Responsibility•Discipline•Biblical Instruction •Accountability ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: How to Listen so Kids Will Talk & How to Talk So Kids Will Listen - 36 min. Staying Tuned In So They Don't Tune You Out. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Talking to Your Kids•Responding & Reacting•Tone of Voice •Statements over Questions•Exchange Ideas & Observations •Collaboration ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: Discipline Isn't Spelled P-U-N-I-S-H-M-E-N-T - 35 min. Why Teaching and Learning Are Better Than Punishment and Penalties. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Teaching•Discipline•Punishment•Relationships •Boundaries•Raising Children in Christian Home•Importance of Acceptance•Loving Anyway ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: 10 Ways to Improve Your Child's Self-Confidence - 34 min. A Step-By-Step Plan That Works Wonders! DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting •Teaching•Blessing Your Children•Giving Children Opportunities •Thinking•Reasoning•Making Decisions•Being Available•Talk to Your Children•Help Children Achieve Something•Acceptance-Belonging-Confidence•Understanding Purpose•Enjoy Your Children•Model Love to Children•Believe In Your Child ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: Caution: Anger Ahead - 38 min. Observing The Warning Signs Before Tempers Flare. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Dealing with Anger•Why Parents get Angry•Recognizing Anger •Healthy Authority•Controlling Anger•Suppress Anger•Express Anger •Repress Anger•Confess Anger•Stop, Look & Listen•Addressing Behavior •Problem Solving with Children ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: Birth Order and What You Need to Know About It - 35 min. Recognize Your Children's Differences and Turn Them Into Advantages. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Birth Order•First-Born Children•Middle Children •Last-Born Children•Only-Children•Children’s Differences •Children’s Personality Traits ©2019

Value Packed Parenting: Standing Up to the New Goliath (Technology) - 35 min. Helping Kids Overcome the Negative Influence of the Internet, The Media and Technology. DR. KEVIN LEMAN is an internationally known Christian psychologist, best-selling author, speaker, and media personality. He is a guest on many TV and Radio shows such as Focus On The Family, Midday Connection, Open Line, Oprah, Live With Regis, The Early Show, The Today show, Good Morning America, Real Families, and Parent Talk. Topics include: •Parenting•Children & Technology•Inappropriate Online Behavior•Create Technology Rules•Monitor Children’s Internet Use •Standing up to Goliath•Internet Predators•Technology Abuse Warning Signs ©2019