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The Two-brained Kid

Just the other day, I heard an old mule trainer make one of the wisest statements about child training that I have ever heard.

Read Article February 2004
How to Train Your Daughters to be Strong Women

Movers & Shakers – How to Train Your Daughters to be Strong Women

Transcription [intro music] Debi Pearl:  He spent a lot of time with the girls. It’s amazing how much time he spent with the girls. I think a lot of their development into being strong women has to do with their … Read more

Watch Video May 2012
Mike's New Book, Training Children to Be Strong in Spirit

Mike’s New Book, Training Children to Be Strong in Spirit

Training Children to be Strong in Spirit, a new book from Michael Pearl.

Watch Video November 2011

(Un)Common Law

Parents write in with their questions regarding teaching their kids to share, while still respecting their rights to personal property.

Read Article December 2018
Life Homeschooling

Life Homeschooling

Growing up, homeschooling was our way of life. It was part of every job, every fishing trip, and everything we did as a family. Most of the time we did not realize that we were learning.

Read Article June 2014

Squashing Bad Habits

It’s been several months now and our baby girl is one happy eater. Because of that, she has one happy mama and a happy daddy, too. Who wants to eat a meal with a whiny, picky, ungrateful eater?

Read Article October 2008


How do you train your children to talk one at a time when they all want your attention at once?

Read Article June 2008

Your Authority Voice

Do you have an authority voice? How is it different from your regular voice? What are your children hearing? Do you command respect when you give orders, or do you whine out your “requests”? Does your child know when she is hearing an ultimatum?

Read Article October 2003

The Challenge

There was a time when somewhere in every large city there was a dirty building, dimly lit, tucked back where decent folks would never go. Nearby was a liquor store and a cheap motel that rented rooms by the hour.

Read Article April 2002
Girl in toy wagon

Breaking the Bondage of Shyness and Fear

Shoshanna was shepherding two small children the other day and noticed that when the little fellow, nearly three years old, asked for something, he reverted to baby talk with a whine. His parents often ignore his requests until he resorts to pitiful baby talk, at which time they are provoked to respond.

Read Article December 2000

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