I finally decided to work on habits. Better late than never right? I am not sure which products are best for my family. I think I need them all, but dont really want to spend the money, although it is worth it. I just dont want to buy anything I dont need, if that makes sense. So far I purchased Laying Down the Rails book and dvd seminar. It seems I also need help with how to actually implement the habit training. Other than telling my kids we are working on such and such habit, what do I do to actually facilitate. Rewards? Consequences? I havent watched the dvd yet so maybe all that is outlined in the seminar. My question is whether I need LDTR for Children or LDTR for Myself or both. My kids are 9, 12 and 15. I am inclined to get both, but dont want to buy anything I wont use. What do y’all think?
I have all of them, and I feel that both the set for children and the one for myself are helpful to have. The one for children has lesson ideas for each habit, and the one for myself is a good reference when I am planning for how to teach the habit, as it discusses different aspects of the habit I may not have thought of. I would look at the samples in the bookstore of both books if you haven’t already to get a better idea of what is in each one, but I personally felt much more confident having both!
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