Kirk Martin

Stop Defiance & Power Struggles with America's Calm Coach Kirk Martin

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Parents, are you ready to stop the power struggles, defiance and yelling? Join America's Calm Coach Kirk Martin and his strong-willed son, Casey (17) as they answer your toughest parenting questions. We'll show you how to take back control of your home, by controlling yourself first! Come laugh and learn practical, concrete tools. Sign up for our free newsletter at www.CelebrateCalm.com or www.CalmChristianParenting.com. Scroll to the bottom of this page to view excerpts from a LIVE EVENT.

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How do you get dawdling kids to move and respect your time? Want a completely different way to handle sibling fights? Why should you crush those tea cups under your SUV? How can you get kids over their anxiety to try new activities?... more

10 Great Questions. What to do when in-laws discipline your kids; the purpose of discipline (may surprise you!); how to get kids to rise to do their best; picky eaters (mac and cheese/chicken nuggets anyone?!); teenage girls and cell phones;... more

Tons of topics today in 60 minutes! What to say to the perfect sister-in-law with the perfect kids; 6-yr-old hitting and screaming; 10-yr-old having meltdowns; medication and nutrition issues; disrespect toward teachers; need for a... more

Lots of focus on Dads today. I shared how my wife and son had to manage my emotions and how I changed; what to do when a husband is verbally abusive or competes with kids; tools for kids who are sensitive to the noise of irritating... more

Action-packed show featuring: Why don’t my kids listen until I yell?; are you comfortable with your child being different?; kids who carry little things in pockets; the Grandma who deserves a time-out; lessons from the Ghetto Burger;... more

Really excited about these topics, live from Long Island: Why I don’t want schools to educate my child DESPITE his differences—I want schools to EMBRACE his uniqueness; a strategy more effective than consequences; daughter hit two... more

Are emotions good or bad; kids who are negative; homework meltdowns; medication; constant tantrums; getting kids off video games; kids keeping commitments; changing attitudes; kids who spin or slap; motivating tweens;... more

Today we waded into controversy and I LOVED it! Shouldn’t my kids just obey when I tell them? Do we have double standards? How can we problem-solve instead of punishing so much? How to get teens off video games. Who defines... more

Here’s what we addressed: pre-schoolers hitting and spitting; when do you “make” teenagers do things; why eye contact is overrated; sibling fights; report cards; kids who manipulate you and how to call their bluff; organization tips;... more
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