Chapter 23: Recap of The Child Problems and Parent Problems Toolboxes
You’ve now finished learning the core tools in the Child and Parent Problem Toolboxes
Lessons 18-21 gave you more details about how to answer the first Problem Identification Question: Is it a Child or Parent problem?
When responding to Child problems, you learned how to use the tools in the second step of the PASRR Formula: Acknowledge the child’s feelings” and use F-A-X Listening to respond to “Child problems,”
- Focus on feelings
- Ask helpful questions
- X-amine possible solutions
When responding to Parent problems, you learned how to Keep Your Cool and take the third step of the PASRR Formula: “Set limits or express concerns.”
In chapter 24, you move on to the next step of the PASRR Formula: “Redirect misbehavior.
So take time now to post your answers to the following questions in the comment section as they relate to the Child and Parent Problem Toolboxes:
a) What did you learn?
b) What action did you take?
c) What results did you get?
Become a Parent Success Member, if you haven’t already, so you can join the weekly call/webinar to get support in understanding and applying the Child and Parent Problem Toolboxes to your parenting and unique family situations. By participating in the Parent Success Calls/Webinars, you’ll:
- Get your questions answered.
- Be inspired as you hear how others are doing as they share their questions and successes.
- Get even clearer on how the Universal Blueprint® can support you in parenting more easily.
- Receive personalized problems solving with group support from other parents and certified Parents Toolshop Leaders.
- Hear ideas and get resources that have helped other parents.
We’ll reconnect in chapter 24 and move to the next step of the PASRR Formula: “Redirect misbehavior.”