One effective method is a bond-building process that reveolves around effectively addressing three essential questions that Joseph Cohen, a former New York City middle and high school alternative education teacher, freelance journalist, and susscess coach used in the book he wrote with his son, Jared, entitled "Write Father, Write Son: A Bond-Building Journey". It provides a framework for constructive communication that can unify families and strengthen inter-generational relationships.
Do You See Me? - Acknowledging and praising recent accomplishments to open a meaningful dialogue.
Can You Hear Me? - Listening without judgement to identify challenging issues and develop a conversation.
What Can You Teach Me? - Providing constructive feedback and introducing a solutiuon of fresh perspective upon which both parent and child can act.
Another effective approach is a set of principles that Christopher Salem, an internationally respected keynote speaker, prosperity coach and author has used to help his coaching clients and those who attend his presentations - including individuals, business leaders, entrepreneurs, sales executives, coaches, authors and speakers - to resolve the root cause preventing them from achieing sustainable success. He is the author of "Master Your Inner Critic: Resolve The Root Cause, Create Prosperity" and Co-Author of "Mastering The Art of Success" with Jack Canfield.
Mr. Salem teaches that there must be alignment of health and wealth in order to achieve sustainable success — a concept for which he originated the term Prosperneur.
His Five Components For Achieving Sustainable Success Are:
Steps For Children and Young Adults:
Steps For Adults:
We utilize Davey’s CSure LIfestyle process to align mentality and methodology, as well as bringing simplicity and accountability to this process of healthier habits and choices. Davey, known globally as The Lifestyle Lifeguard, also wrote a book about this concept, and Chris Salem was a contributor. Those components of The CSure are:
The signs can be seen in bullying incidents and low self-esteem, in increasing rates of teenage suicide and in the disturbingly frequent school shootings.
These incidents are all “red flags” that call attention to one aspect of parenting that continues to receive far too little attention – the relationship between fathers and sons. The impact of fathers on the psychological well-being and social behavior of their children has been well documented.
The dangerous and extreme results of boys who are allowed to grow up without the positive bond with their fathers has been documented in school shootings, bullying incidents, and increased rates of teenage suicide.
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