Episode 26 – Beyond Consequences, Logic and Control

We’re a couple of days late because sickness has struck our home. But we’re back with a review of Beyond Consequences, Logic, and Control: A Love-Based Approach to Helping Attachment-Challenged Children With Severe Behaviors. The book is authored by Heather Forbes and Bryan Post. They have their own website at BeyondConsequences.com

No, we’re not abandoning Love & Logic and
Yes, we’re recommending this book.
It’s a rare parenting book with a 2 week guarantee and it has helped us. You should check it out.

Note: We’re not sure what’s up with the sound quality. Wendy was actually right next to the microphone and Tim was a couple of feet away. But it sounds exactly opposite of that.

5 thoughts on “Episode 26 – Beyond Consequences, Logic and Control

  1. You were right about the sound. I downloaded it onto my podcast and I would try to turn it up for Wendy and down for Tim by playing with the volume the whole time. I did a good job of it until this one REALLY LOUD LAUGH FROM TIM!

    But, being the total groupie that I am, I still enjoyed every second. I need to remember to pray for you guys again tonight. May God bring you closer to bringing Andrea and Linda into your home for good.

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  3. Hi Tim & Wendy,

    I realize I am posting on a podcast that is over 4 years old, but I need to tell you HOW MUCH I enjoy and am inspired by you and your story!

    My husband and I are in the process of becoming foster parents again after a 5 year hiatus, and we are planning on taking teens this time, as opposed to kids eight and under. I downloaded the first 30 of your podcasts looking for camaraderie. Boy, did I find it! You keep it real and make me laugh out loud as I get to know you guys more and more. I’ve listened to podcasts 1-26 over the past week and am glad to know there are plenty more where those came from, but am disappointed that I found you too late in the game to post comments that would be timely.

    Anyway, I think you are both insightful, funny, kind, inspiring, and I love listening to your podcasts. Can’t wait to see what the next 100 podcasts hold for you and your family!

    Most Warmly,

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