Monday, November 2, 2015

Get Ready To Get Empowered! Part II - Podcast Series


Present 

~ Another Way Wednesday ParentCast ~

An entertaining and informative series about the characters, the story-line,
and the lessons in "Another Way"!

Parents, Youth, and Youth Leaders!
Get a copy of "Another Way" and follow along!
Or, take a listen and learn! Either way...

Get Ready to Get Empowered!



Another Way Wednesday Series!
Part II

Parents and Guardians, because we respect you...please note this series is for you and your children - ages 11 and over.We recommend you listen first, and then listen with them! If you missed Part I, take a listen.

Lessons Six - Nine!






When our children stumble and fall, what are they feeling and how can they begin again? How does forgiveness relate to their worth and making healthy decision?
          



Another Way introduces a healthy and hope-filled application of forgiveness -
"for-giving" ourselves times to heal and make healthy decisions.

Another Way empowers young people as they discover the relationship between self-forgiveness, self-worth, and decision- making.









"By harming others, we harm ourselves" - What does this mean? Why is it important?







Another Way introduces a powerful concept - when we harm another person, we also harm ourselves and we diminish our worth.

Another Way engages young people in a process of taking ownership of their actions, behaviors, and attitudes towards others.










What do Chloe's Circles of Worth represent and how do they work?














What does Tyrell's Code of Conduct stand for and how does he apply it?













How do these tools empower Chloe and Tyrell to live their lives "Another Way"?


How can they empower young people?






Another Way guides young people through the principles in "Another Way" utilizing concrete tools and strategies, making the concepts "their own" and applying them to their lives.

Another Way provides a dynamic three-part process for young people to discover, define, and determine their worth and make decisions based on their worth and unique levels of readiness.








Once young people decide to live "Another Way", how can they stay strong against bullying, teasing, and being excluded for  not doing what everyone else is doing?  How can parents support them?                                    





Another Way provides a process for continual implementation and integration of the lessons in "Another Way", supporting young people as they live out what is important to them and standing strong against outside influences or pressures.

Another Way is an ongoing source for parents and guardians, providing communication tools, support activities, and parenting guidelines.



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