When your family is broken, the holidays hurt. Here are three ways single parents can cope during the holiday season.
You can help your children to learn true freedom when coping with emotions and difficult situations by teaching them to think about life using certain words and phrases.
Community is essential for all parents, but especially single parents as we often manage the work of two people on our own.
As a mom, every minute and hour is different from one day to the next. Reading Scripture will provide peace, transform thoughts, and allow God to be the one in control of the household.
We need to raise children that are aware of God’s love for them and who want to serve Him. As parents, we need to daily challenge them to grow and start out on the journey to spiritual maturity.
A flexible mindset, adaptability, can make a big difference in how we respond to challenges
A child or teen suicide attempt represents much more than a medical problem. It represents a young person in crisis, crying out for help.
As our children grow through different stages of their life, there are many things we can do as parents to encourage positive social and behavioral development.
Raising your child with special needs well is a marathon, not a sprint. Teaching social and behavioral skills will take time and energy.
“Friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another, ‘What! You too? I thought I was the only one.’” – C.S. Lewis