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November Live Coaching Calls

Fostering Kindness & Gratitude


Learn how to foster the skills that lead to real happiness, and keep your kids from thinking life is just about getting what they want. Registration is now open!

Live Group Coaching allows you to interact directly with me, getting expert advice about the specific issues you’re facing in your family.

  • Do you feel like you are losing the battle against the advertisers and marketers that are targeting your children?
  • Are you frustrated that your kids’ “thank yous” sound forced, and feel disingenuous?
  • Do you worry that your kids act more entitled than grateful?

Group coaching provides practical solutions that you can put into action right away!


Can kids LEARN to be kind and grateful, and what are the benefits?

Watch this interview with me, “Change Your Kids’ Attitude with Gratitude,” to hear more about it:

Now’s your chance to talk to me about all this!


Participation is extremely limited and the group is filling up fast.


What’s Live Group Coaching? CLICK HERE to learn more.

Like the idea of coaching, but don’t want to do it in a group? CLICK HERE for more information on individual coaching.



“Christine Carter coaches families on how to create systems that promote family happiness. And you know what? She changed my life. Because she took questions that are difficult and complicated for me and she was able to find good answers quickly.”

Penelope Trunk, blogger, bestselling author & mother of two, Madison, Wisconsin.


November Theme: Fostering Kindness & Gratitude in “Generation Me”


Instead of trying to limit your kids’ exposure to the modern world, teach them happiness skills that will make them stronger and more capable in dealing with today’s pressures.


4 weeks of online coaching (Nov. 1st to Nov. 30th)
4 private video classes — watch on your own, whenever you want!
3 Live video coaching calls on November 13th, 20th, & 27th
Tuesdays 5:30pm PT/7:30pm CT/8:30pm ET.


Ready to Join the Coaching Group?

CLICK HERE to learn more about this live small-group coaching.



  1. Sonja says:

    You’ve got me thinking of all the things I do each day out of habit and that really connected me to the material; seems plausible and doable. I’m wondering if, in building a routine, would it be wise to try adding two consecutive new behaviors? I have sporadically been meditating and exercising.

  2. Georgia says:

    I joined up to the free class and then didn’t get to the sessions in time! So now I am a full member gym resolution is to eat to be clean and lean. I am 40. I had my gall bladder out late last year and now I have high blood pressure. I have two young children and I am twenty kilos overweight. Wow. That’s a lot to say out loud. I need to change the way I look after myself and the foundation of it all is what I eat. In watching the second session tonight I see the need to have fast and easy options for myself during the week. That’s my new routine for the anchor of being hungry or preparing a meal. So my job now is to create a five day meal plan that is clean and lean and fast and easy!

  3. Mona says:

    By the time I listened to Christine and finished my worksheet for Day 2, I realized I might need to refine/change my Day 1 resolution. Wait, not might, have to. My resolutionn was write more on my book. As I selected my anchor and routine today (turning on my computer) I had to consider the writing work I’m paid to complete, the business of it and its schedule. The book writing comes after that. So back to Day 1, recraft my resolution and move forward. I did set a great reward though: reward myself with a word count and Flesch reading level score. It’s a very measurable way to see what I’ve accomplished and can congratulate myself on.

      • Mona says:

        As I went back through Days 1 and 2, what I ended up doing is trying to schedule my day. That exercise led me to the realization that my resolution should really be: Get up at 7 am. The corollary is schedule my day. What a great set of exercises, the trick is to drill down isn’t it!

  4. Sasha says:

    Christine, Is there an easy trick for me to re-format your worksheets so that they fit within the margins when I print them out?

  5. Renee says:

    Hi – My resolution is to develop a daily meditation practice. You mention this as part of your routine in the Day 2 class. I’m wondering if you have some recommendations for audio meditations/relaxations that you could share? I think downloading some of these onto my mp3 will really help to get me started. I enjoy audiobooks when I walk/exercise, so I think this would be similar. I’ve tried some (from the library) but haven’t found many yet that I really enjoy. Thank you!

  6. Liz says:

    Day 2, 9 days later. Well, I’m slower than most people at most things, so I’ve finally gotten to day 2. Christine, do you have any advice about my concern that “decluttering” is a project and “putting things away” is a habit? How can I approach this in terms of habit-forming vs. straightening up the house?

    • Christine Carter says:

      I agree — decluttering can be seen as a one-time project. Putting things away is a habit. HOWEVER, I have a habit that I love: While I’m waiting for coffee to brew in the morning, I always clean up something in the kitchen. Often this means decluttering a drawer or reorganizing a shelf. It’s a habit that led to a totally decluttered kitchen (eventually), and that lends itself daily to keeping things put away in the kitchen.

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