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The Parents Tool Talk Radio Show is sponsored by Parents Toolshop Consulting, an organization dedicated to empowering parents by teaching unique, reliable problem-solving methods that help parents find individual solutions to their parenting challenges. Parents Tool Talk is hosted by Jody Johnston Pawel, author of the award-winning book, "The Parent's Toolshop: The Universal Blueprint for Building a Healthy Family."

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Jody and special guest expert Trevor Dimick will discuss a series of "Universal Laws" for achieving happiness between parents and within families. Topics discussed will include: Why do we call these laws "universal"? How parents can... more

In this special topic program, Jody will discuss what parents can do to support and nurture their school-aged children. Joining her will be guest parent and Parents Tool Talk veteran guest Greg R Thiel.

Jody and special guest expert Susie Weller discuss different ways of thinking, how parents and families are affected by different thinking styles, and how to use knowledge of these differences to improve communication within your family.

Parents Tool Talkā„¢ returns at a new day and time, and it's better than ever! Special coupons for "double discounts" on resources, exclusive bonus resources for our LIVE callers, and as always, guest experts who discuss topics that are... more

What is overindulgence? Can we really give too much to our kids? If so, why do we do it, and how do we know when it is happening? This month we will address these questions and many more in a lively discussion with Jody and... more

Half of all children in America will witness the breakup of their parents' marriage. This month on Parents Tool Talk, Jody and special guest Shannon Rios will provide parents with some of the tools they will need to raise healthy children of... more

This month on Parents Tool Talk we will confront the issue of emotional abuse, defining it, examining it in detail, and offering real-world advice on what to do(and what NOT to do) when you see emotional abuse occurring. Our special guest... more

This is our second of three open Q&A programs. Last month, we discussed topics as diverse as reporting child abuse, helping children stay on task, interrupting, why and how parents can avoid repeating "themselves," and how to... more

How can parents use their values in raising children? How do we teach our values to our kids, whether we mean to or not? And how does effective value teaching change as children get older? On this program, we'll discuss how parents can... more

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